Monday, October 15, 2018


Christopher Greene of AMTV tells us the story in cryptic fashion behind the murder of the journalist. If Christopher is right in his information, all Hell is about to break loose.

Christopher used a Legend of cryptic coded words which you have to watch and use to learn who he is talking about. I am not sure how this could keep him out of trouble, but at least he can claim he never fingered anyone by name.

Use the Legend below the video to untangle the coded message:

Missing Journalist Khashoggi = Yogi Bear 
Saudi Arabia = Camel 
USA = Grandma 
Bin Laden = Cave man 
Spook / US Intelligence community (CIA) = Batman 
Sept 11 = Fire

What facts are significant about Khashoggi which may tell us why he was killed by assasins, who did it, and why did Donald Trump go into panic mode and send Sec. of State Pampeo to Saudi Arabia, and elsewhere to points unknown, to talk to the key players? When we determine why Trump is in a total panic over this, we will know why the story is so hot.

Facts as reported by Wikipedia:

Jamal Khashoggi began his career as a regional manager for Tihama Bookstores from 1983 to 1984.[20] Later he worked as a correspondent for the Saudi Gazette and as an assistant manager for Okaz from 1985 to 1987.[20] He continued his career as a reporter for various daily and weekly Arab newspapers from 1987 to 1990, including Al Sharq Al Awsat, Al Majalla and Al Muslimoon.[4][20] Khashoggi became managing editor and acting editor-in-chief of Al Madina in 1991 and his term lasted until 1999.[20]

From 1991 to 1999, he was a foreign correspondent in such countries as Afghanistan, Algeria, Kuwait, Sudan and in the Middle East.[4] It is also claimed that he served with both Saudi Intelligence Agency and possibly the United States in Afghanistan during this period.[21] He then was appointed a deputy editor-in-chief of Arab News, the leading English newspaper of Saudi Arabia and served in the post from 1999 to 2003.

Khashoggi became the editor-in-chief of the Saudi daily Al Watan for a short period, less than two months, in 2003.[4][23] [24][22] He was fired in May 2003 by the Saudi ministry of information because he had allowed a columnist to criticize the Islamic scholar Ibn Taymiyya (1263 - 1328), who is considered the founding father of Wahhabism – a movement that the Muslim Brotherhood has always been at odds with.[25] This incident led to Khashoggi's dubious reputation in the West as a liberal progressive.[26]

After he was fired, Khashoggi went to London in voluntary exile. There he joined the Al Faisal's team as an adviser.[27] He then served as a media aide to Prince Turki Al Faisal, while the latter was Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the United States.[28] In April 2007, Khashoggi began to work as editor-in-chief in Al Watan for a second time.[22]

A column by poet Ibrahim al-Almaee challenging the basic Salafi premises was published in Al Watan in May 2010, which led to Khashoggi's seemingly forced resignation, now for a second time, on 17 May 2010.[29] Al Watan announced that Khashoggi resigned as editor-in-chief "to focus on his personal projects". However, it is thought that he was forced to resign due to official displeasure with articles published in the paper that were critical of the Kingdom's harsh Islamic rules.[29] After his second resignation from Al Watan in 2010 Khashoggi maintained ties with Saudi elites, including those in its intelligence apparatus. 

In 2015 he launched the satellite news channel Al-Arab, based in Bahrain outside Saudi Arabia as the country does not allow independent news channels to operate within its borders. The news channel was backed by of Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal and partnered with US financial news channel Bloomberg Television. But the channel was on air for less than 11 hours before it was shut down by Bahrain.[30][31] He was also a political commentator for Saudi and international channels, including MBC, BBC, Al Jazeera and Dubai TV.[20] Between June 2012 and September 2016, his opinion columns were regularly published by Al Arabiya.[32]

Citing a report from Middle East Eye, The Independent said in December 2016 that Khashoggi had been banned by Saudi Arabian authorities from publishing or appearing on television "for criticising US President-elect Donald Trump".

Khashoggi relocated to the United States in June 2017[34] and began writing for the The Washington Post in September 2017, continuing thereafter.[35] In the Post, he criticized the Saudi-led blockade against Qatar, Saudi Arabia's dispute with Lebanon,[36] Saudi Arabia's diplomatic dispute with Canada and the Kingdom's crackdown on dissent and media.[37] Kashoggi supported some of Crown Prince's reforms, like allowing women to drive,[38] but he condemned the Saudi Arabia's arrest of Loujain al-Hathloul, who was ranked 3rd in the list of Top 100 Most Powerful Arab Women 2015, Eman al-Nafjan, Aziza al-Yousef, and several other women's rights advocates involved in the women to drive movement and the anti male-guardianship campaign.[36]

Speaking to the BBC’s Newshour, Khashoggi criticized Israel's settlement building in the occupied Palestinian territories, saying: "There was no international pressure on the Israelis and therefore the Israelis got away with building settlements, demolishing homes."

According to The Spectator, "With almost two million Twitter followers, he was the most famous political pundit in the Arab world and a regular guest on the major TV news networks in Britain and the United States."[26] In 2018, Khashoggi established a new political party called Democracy for the Arab World Now, posing a political threat to Crown Prince Mohammed.[26] He wrote in a Post column on 3 April 2018 that Saudi Arabia "should return to its pre-1979 climate, when the government restricted hard-line Wahhabi traditions. Women today should have the same rights as men. And all citizens should have the right to speak their minds without fear of imprisonment."[

Khashoggi befriended Osama bin Laden in the 1980s and 1990s in Afghanistan and Sudan while championing his jihad against the Soviets in dispatches. At that same time, he was employed by the Saudi intelligence services to try to persuade bin Laden to make peace with the Saudi royal family. Khashoggi interviewed bin Laden several times. He also met bin Laden in Tora Bora, and once more in Sudan in 1995.[40]

It is reported that Khashoggi once tried to persuade bin Laden to quit violence.[41] Khashoggi was the only non-royal Saudi who knew of the royals’ intimate dealing with al Qaeda in the lead-up to the 9/11 terror attacks. He dissociated himself from bin Laden following the attacks.

Khoshaggi also happens to be an American citizen, and he was an opinion columnist for the Washington Post, the most Liberal newspaper in America. 

I will suggest some answers:

Khashoggi had made enemies in the Saudi Government, but on the other hand, he had highly placed friends in the Saudi royal family. This suggests a war of wills among the Saudi elite, and Khashoggo made the bad mistake of getting in the middle of the battle of wills.

Also, Khashoggo made an enemy of Donald Trump by criticizing him. Trump would thus be willing to see Khashoggi murdered by someone with their own reason to do the job.

Khashoggi was a close friend of Bin Laden leading up to 9/11. This hints at his knowing who actually blew up the Twin Towers, especially since he worked both sides of the world with Bin Laden and the CIA. If Bin Laden had nothing to do with the Towers, Khashoggi would know that, and he might have decided to blow the cover of the real party who blew up the Towers. This would bring the CIA into the picture. They would be told by Trump and the Deep State Neo Cons like Dick Cheney, George Bush, and even Trump to snuff Khashoggi before he went public fingering the real thugs.

There is even a possibility that, since Khashoggi despised Donald Trump, he was being approached by Hillary Clinton or George Soros to blow the lid off of 9/11, and the CIA and Bush Neo-Cons decided to stop the process.

To help seal his fate, Khashoggi also attacked the Israelis over their land grabs from the Palestinians. Thus, the CIA may have deferred to Mossad, asking them to do the dirty work of killing Khashoggi.

So, why is Trump in a tall panic over this? As Christopher suggested, our people do not care a bit about the death of a journalist. Why was Khashoggi so precious to our State Department to the extent that Trump is hammering the Saudi king over the assassination?

I believe Sec. of State Pampeo is in Saudi Arabia to convince the king of Saudi Arabia not to make a formal denial of being implicated in the Twin Towers 9/11 event. The US Government implicated the Saudis in the thing, and the Saudis have never quite gotten over it. If they had nothing to do with it, they would WANT Khashoggi to live long enough to persuade him to claim that he knew that Bin Laden had nothing to do with 9/11. Pampeo will be talking to the King of Saudi Arabia assuring him that we will stop accusing the Saudis of 9/11.

Pampeo may also be trying to assure the Saudi King that the US will not blame the Saudis for the killing. Pampeo will then fly off to Turkey where he will try to convince Erdogan to down play the murder so that the CIA or Mossad is not implicated. Erdogan will be handed some nice cookies to buy his cooperation.

The whole mess is because the CIA was probably deeply involved in 9/11, and Trump has decided that, as much as he pretends to want to drain the swamp, he has not got the guts to blow the lid off of 9/11 and tell America that George W. Bush and friends took the Towers down. Trump may have even been threatened by powerful people with death if he lets the cat out of the bag.

So, Trump is play acting, and Pampeo is putting out brush fires, so that Bin Laden remains the proper bad boy for the 9/11 cover up. 

What is happening is this..... We are, as a nation, about to be made naked as the most crooked government in modern times. That is, we have leaders who kill their own people to find excuses to go to war. If 9/11 blew right now, the Republicans would be blamed for it, and they would lose the House and Senate. Trump would also be associated with Bush, and he would not get a second term. So, "we the people" will be protected from the truth, and if a few Arab journalists have to be snuffed, that is just collateral damage in the scheme of things.

There is one simple way that the truth about 9/11 could come out. That would be if the Saudi king tells Pampeo to go chase himself, and if the king dumped the truth on the world. Thus, Pampeo will be threatening the king with assassination if he does that, and Khashoggi's latent connections with parts of the Saudi royalty, as well as his involvement with US spying agencies, could be used to destroy the king of Saudi Arabia. 

What Trump is gambling on is that the Saudis could well have a motive to do America serious harm after Pampeo gets done with the king. This drama, and how Trump is handling it, could bring Trump disastrous trouble if 9/11 is exposed for what it was. America could well turn in hate on Trump for letting the cat out of the bag. Americans refuse to believe that our own leaders did the trick. Most of you reading here still cannot call 9/11 what it was..... a masterful demolition inside job.

The end of this story may be a horror story of a surprise for Americans. God may WANT the USA to be ravaged in the world be being seen as the most murderous nation on earth. The 9/11 story may be about to come tumbling forth, and Bible believers better stop waving the flag and calling Trump a great man of God. The Lord's Church in America needs to get politics and nationalism OUT OF their pulpits.

If you simply replace the Saudis as the perpetrators with the CIA or Mossad you can untangle the story for yourself. The CIA has many Arab friends in the Middle East who could have done this and even flown out of Saudi Arabia to Turkey.

It is highly instructional that the Washington Post and Vice are front and center to push this version of the story. They are both masters of Fake News. One more horror that could come out over this story would be if Khoshaggi was a CIA operative while writing a column for the Washington Post. This would motivate the CIA to kill Khoshaggi.

Zero Hedge has the same take on this that I do.

The Saker asks some troubling questions.

UPDATE: 10/17/2018

This panel discussion at Aljazeera makes it clear that nothing is clear. Khashoggi may have actually played a trick and disappeared as some sort of publicity stunt. Absolute facts are not known. The media, and arm chair experts all over the world, are assuming guilt because they all want to call the story and win credit for naming the guilty.

The talking head from Bristol is my man. He is the only one keeping his mind from driving him to conclusions which are not backed up by facts.


If Aljazeera cannot find a conclusion, no media in the USA will find the facts that define this moment. The point is, if the CIA did the trick and snuffed Khashoggi, the talking heads are right where the US State Department wants them..... wandering around the sands of Saudi Arabia trying to find a royal thug to blame.

The last thing President Trump needs is for the world to learn that he called for the killing of Khashoggi. This is a Reagan or Nixon moment, and it forces us to ask if Trump has been taken over by the Neo-Cons.

This is a classic example of how important it is to learn to do your own thinking, AND, keep your mind skeptical. 

UPDATE: 10/30/2018

While mowing the lawn, I got an epiphany on the Khoshaggi killing.





In this article, further up the page, you learned that Khoshaggi was an agent for several entities, including the CIA. His editorial position at the Washington Post was, to me, simply a cover to hide him while he worked for the US CIA. Khoshaggi was being used by the CIA to gather compromising information on the Saudi Royal family in order to blackmail the prince into submission.

Remember, the CIA is like the Freemasons..... once a CIA agent, always an CIA agent.

So, the Prince snuffed Khoshaggi, and later he admitted it. Why would he do this?

Answer: The Saudis were bluntly telling the CIA and Trump to back off. The CIA will now have to think twice before they send Saudi Arabia another CIA spy, no matter who he is. 

This scenario also explains why the CIA was tagging Khoshaggi and came up with the video. The CIA, for many years, has taken the attitude that they rule the world. When one of their agents is arrested or killed or put in prison, they scream and rage and send the President out as their personal hound dog to rescue the CIA agent. The CIA wanted to embarrass the Saudi Prince by trying to prove he called for the murder.

So, the Prince of Saudi Arabia wins. His mia culpa was not because he could not come up with a classic Arab cover story. The Prince WANTED the USA, CIA, and Europe to understand that messing with Saudi Arabia can get you killed. And, the Saudis are not above killing a President. 

The Prince has had the last word, and Trump has been publicly thanked for rolling over and peeing on himself. The media and Americans in general do not know this, but Trump does, and you can watch for him to ravage the CIA in some way soon. Trump is not the sort of boy who likes to end the deal with egg on his face.

The reason I like my theory is that it explains why the USA, Trump in particular, raged and roared and made this an international issue. Our country has stood and said nothing as thousands of journalists and significant people have been slaughtered. Why all the fuss over Khoshaggi? The answer is that the CIA lost their man, and they wanted revenge. From reading his resume on Wikipedia, it is clear that Khoshaggi was a very highly valued soldier for the CIA. He was on the inside with just about everyone in the Middle East, Europe, and the USA. The CIA losing Khoshaggi would compare to Richard Nixon losing Henry Kissinger.

This story is another example of the rule for catching the magician. Watch the hand that seems to be doing nothing. The trick is in that hand.

Drop by any time here in the Texas Hill Country, and I will show you how I mow the lawn and sprout theories on international affairs.