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Biden backs Saudi prince in journalist murder


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Criminals backing each other up? :toofunny3:

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This is one of the worst things Biden has done. Democrats' allegiance to Saudi Arabia while touting democracy and women's rights, etc is disgusting.

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Oh wow, I guess the vicious virtue signaling we're seeing from westerners about human rights these past few months does not include the US own history of violating human rights and enabling such acts overseas for their own interests. Inch resting. :celestial5:

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I mean how expensive do you want your gasoline. We need better alternatives so that we can hold these people accountable. 

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Can America survive at all without Saudi oil? The way that family does the most egregious stuff and America doesn’t say sh*t really just shows that none of this is actually about humans rights or democracy, it’s about power and resource.

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18 minutes ago, BOOMBAYAH said:

Can America survive at all without Saudi oil? The way that family does the most egregious stuff and America doesn’t say sh*t really just shows that none of this is actually about humans rights or democracy, it’s about power and resource.

The people who are most vocally against the Saudi royals and their crimes and human rights abuses also tend to be most vocally against domestic oil production :celestial5:

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As always, that's misleading.

 

He was named Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia, therefore he has legal immunity from prosecution in another country. It's not Biden granting him immunity, it's the State Department following basic international law. It's pretty straightforward, they even make notion that it doesn't change their view on the Khashoggi case.

 

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17 hours ago, Gui Blackout said:

As always, that's misleading.

 

He was named Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia, therefore he has legal immunity from prosecution in another country. It's not Biden granting him immunity, it's the State Department following basic international law. It's pretty straightforward, they even make notion that it doesn't change their view on the Khashoggi case.

 

 

Why does an absolute monarchy have a PM or is that a misnomer? :rip:

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Democrats refusing to exploit US oil just so they can openly support murderous authoritarians abroad :clap3:

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The whole thing is a farce, MBS became Prime Minister in September 2022, just so that he could give Biden an excuse to pretend he can't do anything.

 

King Salman still attends the cabinet meetings, maintaining his Prime Minister chair.

 

 

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