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Scorned former Saudi “crown prince” could be assassinated over Trump bribe secrecy

Posted by feww on June 21, 2017

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– Arabia Report # 25 –

Bin Nayef should reveal details of Trump-Saudi secret deal to save himself

Background:

Saudi Arabia’s Alzheimer “king” Salman has named his 31-year-old son, Mohammed bin Salman, aka “Psycho,” as the new “crown prince,” ousting his nephew, Mohammed bin Nayef, 57.

The scorned and disgraced bin Nayef has reportedly escaped four previous assassination attempts, though he was slightly injured in the third attempt. However, he may not be so lucky next time.

It is entirely plausible he may soon be assassinated on orders from the new “crown prince” out of fear and mistrust. Bin Nayef  knows too much, and he is now a man scorned.

His best life insurance policy would be to go public and reveal everything he knows about the corrupt “royal family” deals, especially the multi-billion-dollar scale of bribes paid by “king” Salman to Trump-Kushner, Inc.

Corrupt to the core, like all other members of the so-called “Saud Kitchen,” bin Nayef himself was implicated in the Panama Papers leaks in 2016.

[Saudi Arabia Report #25 is prepared by an affiliated team of political scientists.]

  • Reports Saudi Arabia 01 – 25 are available in full from FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

 

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One Response to “Scorned former Saudi “crown prince” could be assassinated over Trump bribe secrecy”

  1. Monica E. said

    Deposed Saudi Prince Is Said to Be Confined to Palace – NYT
    nytimes.com/2017/06/28/world/middleeast/deposed-saudi-prince-mohammed-bin-nayef.html

    BEIRUT, Lebanon — The recently deposed crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Nayef, has been barred from leaving the kingdom and confined to his palace in the coastal city of Jidda, according to four current and former American officials and Saudis close to the royal family.

    The new restrictions on the man who until last week was next in line to the throne and ran the kingdom’s powerful internal security services sought to limit any potential opposition for the new crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, 31, the officials said, speaking on the condition of anonymity so as not to jeopardize relationships with Saudi royals.

    It was unclear how long the restrictions would remain in place. An adviser to the Saudi royal court referred queries to the Information Ministry, whose officials could not immediately be reached for comment on Wednesday. A senior official in the Saudi Foreign Ministry reached by telephone on Wednesday night described the account as “baseless and false.”

    The Saudi monarch, King Salman, shook up the line of succession last week with a string of royal decrees that promoted his favorite son, Mohammed bin Salman, to crown prince and removed Mohammed bin Nayef, 57, from the line of succession.
    ……………………………
    Mohammed bin Salman dined with Mr. Trump at the White House in March. That cleared the way for Mr. Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia, where he declared the Saudis key allies in combating terrorism and extremism.

    The restrictions have also been imposed on Mohammed bin Nayef’s daughters, according to a former American official who maintains ties to Saudi royals. A married daughter was told that her husband and their child could leave their home while she had to stay, the former official said.

    One Saudi close to the royal family said the new restrictions had been imposed almost immediately after Mohammed bin Salman’s promotion.

    After the announcement, Mohammed bin Nayef returned to his palace in Jidda to find that his trusted guards had been replaced by guards loyal to Mohammed bin Salman, according to the Saudi and a former American official. Since then, he has been prevented from leaving the palace.
    Read more at nytimes.com/2017/06/28/world/middleeast/deposed-saudi-prince-mohammed-bin-nayef.html

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