Beheadings Up! Human Rights Down. Saudi Arabia brutality accelerates.

Published on 29 Sep 2015

2015 has been a banner year for be-headings in Saudi Arabia. According to Amnesty International be-headings have surpassed 175 at a rate of one every two days. Many had hoped That new Saudi King Salman would have diminished the brutality, instead he has accelerated it.

Well then, America and the rest of the representatives of the modern world must be furious with the Saudi Government for these blatant displays of medieval barbarism. Wrong.

Saudi Arabia has been chosen to head an important U.N. human rights panel. And State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner responded with enthusiasm. Toner said “We would welcome it. We’re close allies…”

Close allies, according to witness testimony to the classified 28 pages of the 9/11 report, this ally of ours funded the 9/11 terror attacks and has been dubbed the Great ISIS by Colonel Sharaf Luqman, the official spokesman for the Yemeni armed forces. A region that has experienced exponential war crimes undertaken by Saudi Arabia and supported by the United States.

The Saudi government has been very elusive with the evidence connecting them to the bankrolling of ISIS. It has officially condemned the Islamic State along with Jabhat al-Nusra, the Muslim Brotherhood, Yemen’s Houthi rebels, and Saudi Hezbollah.
Wealthy Saudi and Qatari citizens, however, continue to fund and support Sunni Wahhabist groups in the Middle East, including ISIS, al-Nusra, Liwa al-Tawhid, Ahrar al-Sham, Jaish al-Islam and other jihadi fighters in Syria.

Yet, none of these wealthy agitators have been beheaded.

Source: http://www.infowars.com/special-report-beheadings-up-human-rights-down/

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4 Responses to “Beheadings Up! Human Rights Down. Saudi Arabia brutality accelerates.”

  1. Lynn says:

    Jim stone has the latest on the atrocities at Mecca. These crypto’s have been caught red handed. Tick Tock everyone…

  2. ian says:

    medieval dictatorships r us. Another point is though, I wouldn’t live in Saudi, but if I did, I would be well behaved. This brutality is the ultimate deterrent. Our good buddies, what a claim to fame.

    • Men Scryfa says:

      If only the same rules applied to everyone though. That is the problem isn’t it. The hypocrisy of the elite. Prizes and payment are the rewards for their bad behaviour. Rules and sanctions are for the rest of us.

      This guy Jones is totally mind controlled.

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