Jared Kushner is in Saudi Arabia.
Lots of princes were booted from government. www.i24news.tv/en/news/international/middle-east/159424-171104-in-dramatic-shake-up-saudi-king-fires-slew-of-princes-from-government-posts
Billionaire Saudi Waleed, owner of the 4 seasons hotel above the Mandelay Bay (where the LV false flag occurred) and huge investor in Twitter has been arrested. Note: There are rumors that a powerful person deleted Trumps twitter account the other day.
These are rumors for now but they seem legit. It should all surface soon.
Edit: All VIP departures out of Saudi Arabia major airports frozen.
It appears Saudi Arabia is leading the charge in draining their swamp.
Prince Bil Talal arrested. www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-11-04/shocking-purge-saudi-king-arrests-billionaire-prince-bin-talal-others-anti-money-lau
Lebanese prime minister fled to Saudi Arabia and resigned out of nowhere.
Update: Anon claims princes are Podestas protectors so they had to go down to get Podesta and the US cabal. Podesta art business was really him selling kids to people like Saudi princes.
SAUDI PRINCE BILLIONAIRE ARREST FORESHADOWS CLINTON INDICTMENTS: Alwaleed bin Talal Arrest Huge
Billionaire Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal arrested in corruption crackdown: Local reports
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud
REAL TIME NET WORTH — as of 11/5/17$17.2 BHigh-profile Saudi Arabian investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal owns chunks of private and public companies in the U.S., Europe and the Middle East through Kingdom Holding Co., 5% of which is listed on the Saudi Stock Exchange (he is listed as owning the other 95%). Holdings include stakes in ride-sharing firm Lyft, social media firm Twitter, Citigroup, hotel management company Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, the swanky Hotel George V in Paris and the Savoy Hotel in London. Outside of Kingdom Holding, the Prince owns real estate in Saudi Arabia, the majority of Arabic-language entertainment firm Rotana, and other assets. Prince Alwaleed, who bought Donald Trump’s yacht in 1991, called out Trump on Twitter in June 2016, saying he should drop out of the presidential race “as you will never win.” After Trump won the U.S. election in November, Alwaleed congratulated him on Twitter. In December 2016, Alwaleed joined Bill Gates’ Breakthrough Energy Coalition with the promise of a $50 million investment.
Dopey Prince Talal arrested! Huge & unprecedented developments in Saudi Arabia! So far: • 11 Princes & 38 Ministers arrested. • Royal princes’ private
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Saudi Arabia’s King Salman removed a prominent prince who headed the National Guard, replaced the economy minister and announced the creation of a new anti-corruption committee.
The Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya news channel also reported late Saturday that 11 princes and dozens of former ministers were detained in a new anti-corruption probe headed by the kingdom’s powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who was named to oversee the new committee.
Al-Arabiya reported that the committee is looking into devastating and deadly floods that overwhelmed parts of the city of Jiddah in 2009 and is investigating the Saudi government’s response to the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus that has killed several hundred people in the past few years.
Meanwhile, the kingdom’s top council of clerics issued a statement saying it is an Islamic duty to fight corruption— essentially giving religious backing to the high-level arrests being reported.
The government said the anti-corruption committee has the right to issue arrest warrants, impose travel restrictions and freeze bank accounts. It can also trace funds, prevent the transfer of funds or the liquidation of assets and take other precautionary measures until cases are referred to the judiciary.
The royal order said the committee was established “due to the propensity of some people for abuse, putting their personal interest above public interest, and stealing public funds.”
This is the beginning. Arresting the in-arrestable. US is next.
Trump will help usher in a more moderate Saudi Arabia. If they can purge their corrupt elite, so can we.