from Sputnik News:
Now that American citizens are allowed to sue Riyadh for its alleged role in the 9/11 terror attacks, the Saudi press has launched an assault against the legislation.
In a controversial decision, US lawmakers voted to overturn President Barack Obama’s veto of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA). […]
by Michael Krieger, Liberty Blitzkrieg:
There’s an ongoing humanitarian disaster happening in one of the poorest countries on earth — Yemen. Yet you won’t hear much outrage about it from the media, and you won’t hear moderators asking questions about it during the debates. Why? Because close U.S. government ally and Clinton Foundation […]
wo days ago, after the stunning Congressional override of Obama’s veto of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism (JASTA), aka the “Sept.11” bill, we wondered how long until the first lawsuit by a Sept 11 victim naming Saudi Arabia as a defendant would emerge.
We didn’t have long to wait.
by Derrick Broze, Activist Post:
President Obama’s veto of a bill that would allow the 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia has been overturned by Congress.
The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have voted to overturn President Obama’s recent veto of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, or JASTA, which will […]
Amid what some might call self-inflicted economic collapse, Saudi Arablia has announced a $5.3 billion bailout of its banking system as interbank borrowing rates near the highest since Lehman. In what the supposedly central bank calls “supportive monetary policy…on behalf of government entities,” is easing liquidity constraints with 28-day repo agreements and […]
by Maxim Egorov, New Eastern Outlook:
The unanimous adoption of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) by the US House of Representatives on September 9 resulted in a massive diplomatic row between the US and Saudi Arabia.
For sure, this latest episode is not the first one in the history of the […]
by Darius Shahtahmasebi, The Anti Media:
Saudi Arabian support for terrorism is something most people are aware of, but in the face of Saudi Arabian and American denials of this reality, presenting it as an undisputed fact is frustratingly difficult without an official confirmation.
This is all beginning to change. At least some degree […]
from Democracy Now:
Questions surrounding Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation continue to grow. On Sunday, Democratic National Committee interim chairperson Donna Brazile defended Clinton’s meetings as secretary of state with Clinton Foundation donors, saying, “When Republicans meet with their donors, with their supporters, their activists, they call it a meeting. When Democrats do […]
by Michael Krieger, Liberty Blitzkrieg:
Samuel Oakford just penned a powerful and important Op-Ed in the New York Times titled, Saudi Arabia Kills Civilians, the U.S. Looks the Other Way.
Here are a few key excerpts:
In the span of four days earlier this month, the Saudi Arabia-led coalition in Yemen bombed a Doctors […]
In this video, Rachel Blevins looks at the recent civilian casualties in Yemen at the hands of the U.S.-backed Saudi led coalition, and questions why the U.S. still considers Saudi Arabia a close ally?
Episode 1047b. Putin tells the US and Ukraine they are headed down a very dangerous path. Corporate media playing up the S400 to Crimea this was set way before the false flag by Ukraine. US strategic bombers gathering intel as they fly over the arctic near Russia. Italy denies reports they have […]
from Underground Reporter:
The Saudi-led, U.S.-backed military coalition has resumed bombing in Yemen as an uneasy, five-month-long ceasefire gives way to an escalation in fighting that puts besieged civilians at even greater risk.
According to news outlets, there were “immediate reports of civilian deaths” after coalition airstrikes in the Yemeni capital of Sana’a on […]
Episode 1045a. Job opening rise has hiring slows. BoA reports that spending is slowing and the American people are tapped out. Postal service is reporting a 1.6 billion loss. Public pensions are in trouble. Saudi Arabia economy is collapsing, the country does not have the ability to pay workers. Deutsche Bank is […]
by Brandon Turbeville, Activist Post:
While the war in Syria continues to rage and the world’s focus oscillates between American elections, terror attacks in Europe, and a failed Turkish coup (which no one really understands), a scrappy band of rebels in Yemen has not only withstood an onslaught from the Saudi-led coalition, they have […]