Jamal Khashoggi was just a Bad Guy Killed by Other Bad Guys Those Defending Saudi Dissident Do NOT Understand the much bigger Threat of the Muslim Brotherhood

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By Ben Barrack

Judith Miller

Judith Miller is a good reporter. She has a very good body of work. Once you research it, you quickly conclude she knows how to be a journalist. However, her defense of Jamal Khashoggi is disturbing.

It’s safe to say that Khashoggi fell out of favor with Saudi leadership. It’s becoming clearer by the day that the Saudis tortured him to death at its consulate in Turkey.

Khashoggi’s death is not all that dissimilar from Al Capone’s chief henchmen disposing of one of the mob’s out-of-line underlings.

Why should we cry about it? Bad guys killed a bad guy. Not only that, but they rid the world of a Muslim Brotherhood operative who infiltrated one of the two top newspapers of record in the U.S.

Khashoggi was a reporter for the Washington Post.

Furthermore, as bad as Saudi Arabia is, it did the U.S. a favor.

Khashoggi Fought with Bin Laden

Perhaps the deepest, darkest secrets in American political history are centered around the Soviet-Afghanistan war and the Iran-Contra scandal. The former dirtied up power brokers for years afterward. The latter dirtied up the Bushes and the Clintons.

Khashoggi with the Mujahideen during the Soviet-Afghanistan war

There is exactly zero difference between the Mujahideen and the Muslim Brotherhood. The terms are synonymous. You know what else is synonymous? Al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood.

The September 11th attacks perfectly demonstrated how the Saudi-Muslim Brotherhood partnership works. The Saudis financed and assisted the Muslim Brotherhood (Al-Qaeda) as long as the Ikhwan (Arabic term for Muslim Brotherhood) furthered Islam around the globe and left the Saudis alone.

However, at heart, both entities hate each other. The Ikwhan was founded in Cairo, Egypt after the Saudis kicked them out in the 1920’s. 9/11 represented a win/win for the Saudis. It financed al-Qaeda (Ikhwan / Muslim Brotherhood / Mujahideen) outside its borders and in so doing, assisted in the attacks. The Saudis sought plausible deniability.

U.S. Alliance with Saudis and Mujahideen Kept Under Wraps

George W. Bush refused to release 28 pages from a 9/11 Committee report in 2002. In 2016, those pages were released. As a result, the American people learned that Saudi Arabia was complicit with al-Qaeda in the 9/11 attacks. In fact, the highest figure within the Saudi Kingdom was none other than Prince Bandar.

Clockwise from far left: Cheney, Bandar, Rice, and George W. Bush on 9/13/01.

In fact, just two days after the attacks, Bandar was at the White House with Bush and Vice President Cheney.

It’s hard to know what Bush and Cheney knew with the maturation of the internet in the years since but it’s clear what Bandar knew.

As such, any outrage directed at the Saudis for the murder of Khashoggi would be akin to outrage directed at Bandar had he ordered the murder of bin Laden.

Muslim Brotherhood a Greater Threat to the U.S. than are the Saudis

Make no mistake. When push comes to shove, the Saudis and the Ikhwan are mortal enemies. That’s why they keep each other at arm’s length whenever possible.

Whatever happened with Khashoggi, he got too close to the sensibilities of the Saudis.

However, he did so from inside the walls (pun intended) of the U.S., from a top propaganda center at the Washington Post. He was just one of many. The Ikhwan has infiltrated every institution inside the U.S.

The Saudis may have done the U.S. a favor but it was merely a token gesture. The Ikhwan has operatives all over the U.S.

In fact, the Washington Post has completely sided with the Muslim Brotherhood at every turn.

Just look at how Muslim Brotherhood spy Huma Abedin has been defended by that paper.

During a recent appearance on the Fox News Channel, Judith Miller became visibly emotional when discussing the torture and death of Khashoggi; she actually teared up.

She got too close. She’s been compromised by the Muslim Brotherhood.

Many in the D.C. swamp have. In fact, many more have been far more than compromised.

They’re guilty of treason because they got in bed with the Ikhwan after the Soviet-Afghanistan war.

Many are still under the covers.

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