On Thursday, American idiot president Donald Trump in an interview with Reuters whined that Saudi ‘royal’ are not paying enough money in return for American protection.
“Frankly, Saudi Arabia has not treated us fairly, because we are losing a tremendous amount of money in defending Saudi Arabia,” whined the Judas’ goat.
Trump’s criticism of his brothers Crypto-Jew Saudi royals was a return to his 2016 election campaign rhetoric: “Nobody’s going to mess with Saudi Arabia because we’re watching them. They’re not paying us a fair price. We’re losing our shirt.”
Maybe the Crown Prince Jared Kushner didn’t briefed his idiot father-in-law that Saudi ‘royals’ are the largest funders of American imperialism. They have invested more than $3 trillion in American armament industry, banks, real estate and aid over natural/man-made disasters. In addition to that Saudi ‘royals’ have funded America’s proxy wars for Israel in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, Syria, Iran, Bosnia, Sudan, Somalia, Bahrain, etc. Saudi Arabia is also home to 54,000 ARAMCO workers many of them spying on the neighboring Arab countries for Israel.
I bet Trump will never dare to make such statements about Israel – the only country America has protected by giving over $3 trillion in financial and military aid and using 37 vetoes at UNSC to save Israeli butts. The US has never used a veto to protect Saudi Arabia.
Saudis don’t need America’s protection as they can get it from Russia or China. In fact, the only country which has kept its military boots in Saudi Arabia for over three decades, is Pakistan.
During his campaign, Trump registered eight companies in Saudi Arabia – reported by Jew-owned The Hill on November 21, 2016.
Trump own hotels and golf courses in many foreign countries including West’s Arab colonies – but Israel has refused to allow him to built a 70-storey skyscraper on a parcel of land near Tel Aviv he bought for US$44 million in 2006.
In January 2017, Jewish media complained that Trump didn’t put travel ban on Muslim majority countries where he runs his business.
In the interview, Trump didn’t mention the additional ransom amount he expected Riyadh to pay – but my guess is it could not be less than what he just demanded from South Korea – US$1 billion, which was rejected by Seoul.
In March 2016, Trump told the Jew York Times: “We were a rich country with a very strong military and tremendous capability in so many ways. We’re not anymore. We protect countries, and takes tremendous monetary hits on protecting countries.”
In other words, American military has now become a mercenary force for the highest bidder with the exception of the Zionist entity.
Trump is mulling to visit both Saudi Arabia and the Zionist entity in May.