Two Tales of a Saudi

It’s been a horrifying news week, even more than usual. Ethnic cleansing is underway in the middle east because no one can control the madman Putin installed in the White House.

Thousands of US Troops were removed from northern Syria, which was seen as a green light to the Turks to begin dropping bombs, their goal being to claim Northern Syria.

“They didn’t help us in the Second World War; they didn’t help us with Normandy as an example,” ~Stable Genius

The White House squatter who unleashed this chaos went on to minimalize the battle, saying the Kurds are only fighting to protect their land. Isn’t that the cause of most wars? He also failed to mention that the Kurds fought alongside US troops against ISIS— that was for us.

While thousands of troops have been removed from one location, our five time draft dodger in chief, who comes from a long line of draft dodgers, announced plans to deploy thousands of troops to Saudi Arabia to protect THEIR interests.

Why would the dotard send US troops to protect Saudi oil? Payback. The Saudi crown prince loves to boast that he has Jared Kusner is ”in his pocket.” The reason is financial. The prince bailed Kushner out of his incredibly stupid real estate purchase of the building that bears the mark of the beast, 666, 5th Avenue, New York. Kushner bought the Manhattan building in 2007 for $1.8 billion.

Our sons and daughters are risking their lives on the orders of a draft dodger because his son in law is an incompetent realtor and neither possess morals.

Today is a short post day. It’s all I can stand.

Report: Saudi crown prince says Kushner was “in his pocket”

Saudi Arabia oil attacks: US to deploy thousands of extra troops

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