October 10, 2018
So earlier this month, this liberal Saudi journalist who works for the Washington Post was living in self-imposed exile in Turkey because his work was critical of the regime and he feared they would take action against him.
He needed a marriage certificate from the Saudi embassy – a pretty routine affair, which the Saudi government wouldn’t even have known about beforehand unless they used Mossad technologies to hack his phone – and never came out.
The Turkish government last week said he was killed inside the embassy.
The New York Times yesterday published an article claiming to have confirmed details of this with some of their infamous “unnamed sources.”
Top Turkish security officials have concluded that the Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi was assassinated in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on orders from the highest levels of the royal court, a senior official said Tuesday.
The official described a quick and complex operation in which Mr. Khashoggi was killed within two hours of his arrival at the consulate by a team of Saudi agents, who dismembered his body with a bone saw they brought for the purpose.
“It is like ‘Pulp Fiction,’” the official said.
Saudi officials, including Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, have denied the allegations, insisting that Mr. Khashoggi left the consulate freely shortly after he arrived. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey has demanded that the Saudis provide evidence proving their claim.
The security establishment concluded that Mr. Khashoggi’s killing was directed from the top because only the most senior Saudi leaders could order an operation of such scale and complexity, the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity to disclose confidential briefings.
Fifteen Saudi agents had arrived on two charter flights last Tuesday, the day Mr. Khashoggi disappeared, the official said.
All 15 left just a few hours later, and Turkey has now identified the roles that most or all of them held in the Saudi government or security services, the official said. One was an autopsy expert, presumably there to help dismember the body, the official said.
Another person briefed on the matter, speaking on condition of anonymity to disclose confidential details, told The Times on Saturday that Turkish intelligence had obtained a video of the killing, made by the Saudis to prove that it had occurred.
A commentator close to Mr. Erdogan’s government said so publicly on Tuesday.
“There is a video of the moment of him being killed,” Kemal Ozturk, a columnist in a pro-government newspaper and the former head of a semiofficial news agency, said in an interview on a pro-government television network, citing unnamed security officials.
That’s a pretty wild story, but I can believe that the Saudis would do it.
What wouldn’t these monkeys do?
It’s very easy to imagine a situation in which some leadership of the country just ordered this without thinking about the consequences.
After all, the Saudis are literally as dumb as niggers.
So, “surely they wouldn’t be so stupid” is definitely not an argument.
Lest we forget, they did a gang-bang with Theresa May right in the middle of their palace courtyard.
However, just a couple hours after the NYT published the above article, the Daily Mail – which is presumably the more reliable of the two papers – published a piece saying he’d been secretly flown out of the country and is alive in Saudi.
A Washington Post columnist who went missing after visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul was spirited out of Turkey in a private jet and held captive in the kingdom where he may still be alive, a source close to its royal family has claimed to DailyMail.com.
There are fears that the columnist was killed and dismembered inside the embassy before his body was loaded – in boxes – into a waiting van and then flown out of the country in one of two private jets rented by Saudi Arabia.
But a source close to the Saudi royals has told DailyMail.com that an alternative version of events is being discussed inside high levels of the Saudi government.
The source said that after entering the embassy Khashoggi was taken in a black Mercedes S-500 and a white minivan with four Saudi officials to Istanbul airport, where he was flown on a private jet to Dubai and then Riyadh, where he is now being held.
Flight records show that a Gulf Stream IV private jet, tail number HZ-SK2, landed in Istanbul at 3am on October 2, the day Khashoggi disappeared.
The jet left later that day, stopping in Dubai and then flying on to Riyadh. Khashoggi was driven from there to Riyadh, and was held there, the source said.
The source was told Khashoggi is still alive, contradicting the claims he was murdered in the Istanbul embassy.
The different version of events cannot be independently verified.
So, who knows what’s going on.
I will say that killing a journalist in an embassy and hacking him up with a bone saw Pulp Fiction-style is the more fun and exciting version. And the one I hope is true. All journalists deserve this fate – in fact, they deserve much worse.
But yeah, whatever the case, Saudi is going to face some pretty serious backlash for this. Though I do think journalists deserve to be murdered and chopped into pieces, I’m not at all a fan of the Saudniggers, and welcome them being attacked by the entire media over this.
And they will be, regardless of the fact that Saudi is such a close ally of the Jews.
Because the media, while being mostly Jewish, is itself a partially-closed cult that will always protect and defend its own.