These two situations are obviously very different and involve entirely different state actors, but something is not sitting right with me here.
The sketchy Deep State connections to Khashoggi aside (ie his friendship with Osama bin Laden), I found it shocking how the disappearance of Interpol chief Meng Hongwei was reported by the Mockingbird MSM, along with all of the outrageously suspicious details, but then they literally would move on to the next story in the same breath.
Just to make sure I have this timeline right, Interpol Chief Meng Hongwei sent a cryptic text message of a dagger to his wife (who believes he’s dead), was arrested in China for undisclosed reasons, and then it was rather unceremoniously announced that he “retired” from his position, and he hasn’t been seen since (!!).
In what bizarro universe can this be reported as “yet another story” and then largely forgotten?
In what bizarro universe can a reporter disappear under similarly suspicious circumstances, and then that creates an international incident?
Granted, Khashoggi being a “journalist” certainly caused more interest among the MSM, but are we really living in a world where you can be the head of an international law enforcement agency and you can be kidnapped and “disappeared” without the global population so much as batting an eye?
This by no means is meant to downplay the increasingly likely culpability of Saudi Arabia in the death of Khashoggi, but why does China get a free pass?
Does China have to kidnap and murder a Deep State journalist before the Mockingbird Media actually pays attention?
For those who are all of the sudden “outraged” by Saudi Arabia over this incident, where have you been as KoA continues its genocidal campaign in Yemen using US weaponry?