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"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

06:41 min | 2 months ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"Today is Wednesday, October 7th, 2020. Let's get to the news breaking news and no one is making a big deal out of this. So I will the first-ever Israeli woman is being appointed as a legal adviser for is Jose Mission to the United Nations. It was decided by a vice chairwoman to a un Committee just yesterday. Sarah Weiss midi will be repping the Western Europe and birth. Groups w e o g of countries on the 6th committee, which is the number one form where consideration over legal questions that pass through to the general assembly. I get reviewed and takes place gilad. Erdan Israel's ambassador to the UN posted a beautiful picture of the two of them wearing masks Sarah in a gorgeous green. Leave dress. He said it was an important achievement for Israel that will lead to the strengthening of our influence at the UN and that it has a connection to bring peace agreements that we recently signed. So I'm not really sure what that means that it has a connection to the peace agreements that we recently signed, but maybe he feels that we're in a forward-moving momentum. Universally my favorite part. However, is that urgent said when he heard the Iranian and Syrian representatives were angered by Sarah's appointment. He understood. Yep. Was a success I find that funny. I saw this article on The Times of Israel website and they had a great note for the history textbook. It was not until the year two thousand when the late US ambassador Richard Holbrooke was able to push Regional groups within the UN to invite Israel to be a temporary member. Well, the membership was extended them on and it was never cancelled. Do you see that? Do you see the impact that one person made he made that decision in two thousand and it has lasted up until today. You can be that person as well in whatever Endeavor it is that you're working on. You can be that one person to make an impact and never forget and in another win for Israeli women Gal Gadot Hollywood's sweetheart actress born and bred in Israel is ranking on Forbes. As the third highest paying actress in the world in 2020 and her big Financial wind did not come from her hit role as Wonder Woman rather for a Netflix film that has not yet. Been released called red notice twenty million of her Thirty one point five million dollar earnings in 2020 comes from this month which revolves around the biggest and Most Wanted art thief in the world Ryan Reynolds and Dwayne The Rock Johnson both have roles in the film as well. It's supposed to come out the end of the year. I would like to note that Gal Gadot. Now the third highest paid actress in the world comes from very humble roots, and took grandfather was even a holocaust Survivor. So it just goes to show you how hard the human spirit will fight to endure continue and not just make it but Jose. Eat really succeed. Let's follow up with yesterday's tale about how Israel's foreign minister and the United Arab Emirates foreign minister had a play date in Germany yesterday. I misspoke and called bin Zayed the foreign minister for buck rain, but I should have said for the UAE. So please excuse me for that error from yesterday. Anyway, Gabi Ashkenazi and Abdul bin Zayed al-nahyan bumped elbows instead of shaking hands when they met yesterday in Berlin. They then proceeded to check out the city's Holocaust Museum currently the idea to make the museum trip came from Zayed and he signed the guest booklet with a detailed note in Arabic and finished out by writing never again in English and in Arabic at the bottom of his note. He also got a tip from German foreign minister. Heiko Maas during their tour that Ashkenazi was the son of Holocaust Survivors. So curiously bin Zayed asked Ashkenazi to tell of his father's story escaping a Bulgarian labor camp in nineteen forty-four and making his way over to Israel. This move is an important symbol of peace long as many Arab Nations don't teach about the Holocaust or even go so far as to deny that the Holocaust was a part of History the UAE and Bahrain signs official deals with Israel last month, and now you can see that the two foreign ministers are actually having a little date of their own in a third party country song. Now to make an addendum to this story about Arab peace. I want to highlight an interesting interview that Saudi Arabian Prince bandar bin Sultan gave to the saudi-owned arabiya TV station the sit-down with the former Saudi ambassador to the US and intelligence chief. He had both of those rules aired on Monday. So tan said a handful of striking takeaways. I'll give you a few of them. He said during his time working in diplomacy. Saudi Arabia has always been there for the Palestinians. I'm quoting him. Now. He says whenever they ask for advice and help we would provide them with both without expecting anything in return but they would take the help and ignore the advice then they would fail and turned back to us again, and we would support them again regardless of their mistakes still ten went on to say that though the Palestinian cause is a just one month. Their leaders are not working as advocates and instead are working against one another he referenced a few examples throughout history in which piece deals were written up and refused by Palestinian authorities, even though they were good for the citizens. He said consistent money from Saudi Arabia to the Palestinians has been taken for granted. And now the country is condemning the UAE and Bahrain for making peace with Israel and it's not a good look. Why.

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"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:23 min | 2 months ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Side of the car. He acted as if he was going to walk past the car, and then he made a left turn directly toward the car raised a pistol. And fired several rounds inside of the vehicle, striking both sheriff's deputies. Police are now searching for the gunman. Wildfires across Oregon of scorched more than 1300 Square miles and remain largely uncontained. Despite more favorable weather conditions. This weekend. Oregon Public Broadcasting's Emily Cure it in reports. Those have been evacuated from their homes. Say they're having trouble getting accurate information about what they'll find when they return. Central Oregon resident Jason Rogers fled his home on the Mackenzie River in the middle of the night. It's still standing. But it's also still too dangerous for him to return. And Roger says not knowing exactly what has and hasn't been lost in his community is difficult to bear. I think on this hardcore, you know Army gay but Emotions have been running a while and I just end up You know, start crying over attacks. There's something like that. In Roger's rural community alone, the sheriff's office reports more than 50 people are still missing. For NPR News. I'm Emily Cure it in in Oregon. In California crews continue to battle dozens of fires that have burned nearly 5000 square miles in Belarus. Tens of thousands of protesters flooded the centre of Minsk today as anger rises over last month's election, which they call rigged. Police have reportedly detained some 250 people demanding President Alexander Lukashenko stepped down. This is NPR. This is WN. I see in New York. I'm Lance. Lucky. As the nation mark the 19th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, A judge ruled that two members of the royal family in Saudi Arabia will have to answer questions about who planned the terror attacks. Lawyers for victims call it a turning point in the long running lawsuits. The judge ordered Saudi Arabia to make the pair and other Saudi witnesses available for depositions in the suit brought by victims seeking billions of dollars in damages. Lawyer for Saudi Arabia declined to comment. Court papers say the members of the royal family include Prince Bandar bin Sultan. Naomi Osaka got off to a slow start dropping the first SAT 162 unseated Victoria Azarenka but then battled back to win. The final two sets 63 to claim her second US Open Championship and third Grand Slam title but without the typically raucous flushing faithful, the 22 year old Osaka Said. This victory came under unusual circumstances. This one feels different overall because of the circumstances I'm under. I wasn't in a bubble last time. Andre were no, like there were a lot of fans last time, but yeah, I feel like you know, In the end, all I focus is what I can control on the tennis court. Last month, Osaka refused to play after the police shooting of a black man Jacob Lake in Wisconsin. She said she'd withdraw from her semifinal at the Western and southern Open but later decided to play after the tournament took a full day off. In solidarity. The Stanley Cup playoffs. The New York Islanders have been looking better as their Eastern Conference finals have gone on against Tampa Bay. They'll try to even the Siri's this afternoon at two games each in the Edmonton playoff bubble. 72 degrees at.

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"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:03 min | 2 months ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Report comes with a caveat. While firefighters may be able to slow the spread of large fires, it's unlikely they'll be extinguished until rains returned to Oregon this autumn for NPR News. I'm Dirk Vander Hart in Portland, the influential Jamaican musician to tip Bert has died. He was 77 years old. Hibbert's family announced his death last night. The family did not give a cause. But he had been in a medically induced coma at a hospital in Kingston and was waiting for the results of a covert 19 test. After showing symptoms his 1968 hit Do the reggae has credited for giving reggae music its name. And you're listening to NPR news. This is w N. Y. C in New York. I'm Lance. Lucky. Mayor de Blasio is decision to move. Hundreds of homeless men out of an Upper West Side hotel will impact nearly 900. Other people who will be moved to other locations around the city. W. Glen Hogan was outside one of the shelters that stands to be impacted by the decision. The city has temporarily halted the plan to move homeless New Yorkers out of a midtown Manhattan hotel to make room for the several 100 men being moved from the Upper West side while it tries to make accommodations for residents with disabilities who are being displaced in the shuffle. That doesn't make the news any less Devastating. For Denise Holly, a 55 year old home healthy. I'm moving, moving, moving, moving my whole house. I'm going to run and run and run course. Me. The nonprofit that runs the shelter says it will have to lay off 41 employees when it closes. The Department of Homeless Services hasn't returned to request for comment. New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says almost 3/5 of people who respond to New Jersey's Cove in 19 contact tracers are refusing to cooperate. The governor is calling on people to cooperate with the state's contact tracer to help prevent any new outbreaks. Having contact traces that the ready is only one half of this equation. The other half is you folks, So please take the call. Murphy says People are worried the tracers might pass information along to law enforcement, particularly for incidents involving underage drinking parties. But the governor says that's not the case. Overall 82% of people getting initial Carl's from tracers answer the calls, but 59% of them. Refuse cooperation. As the nation mark that 19th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. A judge ruled that two members of the sports world Royal family in Saudi Arabia will have to answer questions about who planned the terror attacks. Lawyers for victims call it a turning point in the long running lawsuit, The judge ordered Saudi Arabia to make the pair and other Saudi witnesses available. For depositions in the suit brought by victims seeking billions of dollars in damages. A lawyer for Saudi Arabia declined to comment. Court papers say the members of the royal family include Prince Bandar bin Sultan. 63 right now. It'll be mostly sunny and 72. Today, this is WNBC Support for NPR comes from epics with the new original Docuseries enslaved Samuel L. Jackson explores the lost history.

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"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:48 min | 2 months ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The synchronicity Zehr just amazing. The narrative is faulty. It always has been. 9 11 Commissioner Max Cleland resigned from the 9 11 Commission. In fact, we have the 9 11 Commission book in Aftermath. Top media tonight. You can read it and judge for yourself. But he stated, Cleveland stated, he said. This should be a national scandal. This investigation is compromised. This is the gong show. One of these days, we'll have to get the full story because the 9 11 issue is so important America but the White House wants it to cover up. In August of 2002 of the U. S. National Institute of Standards and Technology. Launched what would become a six year investigation of the three building failures occurred on September 11. Well known collapses of the World Trade Center twin towers that morning and the lesser known collapse late that afternoon of the 47 story. World Trade Center Building seven The building wasn't struck by an airplane, but yet it came down. CNST concluded its investigation based on the stated premise that the World Trade Center Towers and World Trade Center Tower seven. The only known cases of total structural collapse in high rise buildings. The fire's played a significant role neither before nor since 9 11. Have fires caused the total collapse of a steel framed high rise. Nor is any other natural event with the exception of the 1985 Mexico City earthquake, which toppled 21 Storey office building. Otherwise, the only phenomenon cable of collapsing such buildings completely is He's basically procedure known as controlled demolition, whereby explosives or the devices were used to bring down a structure intentionally, all of the finally concluded after several years of investigation. All three collapses on 9 11 were due to primarily fires 15 years after the event, a growing number of architects, engineers and scientists. Are unconvinced of that explanation. So is it any wonder why there's so many conspiracy theories about 9 11, even with the so called 28 pages. Remember that? 28 pages about 9 11 were released. There was really no, it wasn't a smoking gun, either. There were entire paragraphs of redacted. A few crucial points were left out. But what we have access to Actually shows that the Saudi government, including top officials, including then Saudi ambassador to the U. S, Prince, Bandar bin Sultan and other members of the royal family finance and actually aided the hijackers. Pride of September 11 2001. We also learned that according to anti war dot com two of the hijackers had extensive contracts with Saudi naval officers in the United States is according to telephone records, and when Abu Zubaydah One of the accused in 11 conspirators was captured in Pakistan. They found the phone number of a Colorado company that manage the affairs of the Colorado residents. The Saudi ambassador, Prince Bandar. It's practically the star of the suppressed 20 pages. No wonder the Bush administration, which had close ties with fought so hard to keep all this a big secret. The 28 pages also revealed But an individual named reduction, of course associated with Al Qaeda and the hijackers sneaked into the US avoiding customs ages and the I N s due to the fact that he was traveling with a member of the Saudi royal family. We're also told that another Saudi national with close ties to Saudi royal family Redacted is the subject of FBI counterterrorism investigations and reportedly was checking security of the United States southwest border in 1999 and discussing the possibility of infiltrating individuals in the United States. Prince Bandar went on to become head of Saudi intelligence. His personal relationship with the Bush family is well known, and his access is to the U. S. Government officials his power and influence in Washington once again. Made more circumstantial evidence that 9 11 Was an inside job. That would be stretching the evidence, too, bluntly stated the suppressed 28 pages of joining quiet report on the 9 11 terrorist attacks places agents of the Saudi government at the epicenter of the plot. In short there, no two ways about it. The Saudis They did 9 11. They work jointly with a criminal element in our government, And since our government had no desire to retaliate against them, they covered up the truth and lied in order to put us in the perpetual war with two countries after 19 years This hasn't made the narrative and today would you tune in the news programs? Just a small mention of the 9 11 attacks, and now the tragedy has been paired with covert 19. With the fires in the Pacific. We have literally gone. From the ashes of the 9 11 attacks. To the ashes of the fires that are now raging here in the Pacific. Go to Nick in Florida. High neck. You're on ground zero a clock. It is honor to be on the air with you on 9 11. Thank you Think we're going in? Yeah. Um, you know, I want to send my condolences to you and everybody else is hurting because of the events on 9 11, But I also wanted to give you some reassurance because You don't want to praise you for your article that you had back in the I believe it was 2015 or 2016. It was called on crossing the borders of time. And it discussed a lot of things having to do with the synchronicity of 9 11 seamy on my situation. Personally, I can't talk too much about it over the air. Um, I'm actually sitting here in the state institution right now is actually found legally insane for a crime that I did I committed. Basically, I stabbed the guy and I was charged.

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"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This is Katy K. Radio 70 degrees at Pittsburgh International at 5 30. I'm Rose. Ryan Douglas. A nearly hour long ceremony marked the 40 lives lost on Flight 93 near Shanksville in Somerset County 19 years ago. Katie Radios Joe Dusty o reports. Two bells struck as each of the names of the 40 passengers and crew were red Head route spoke for the families of flight 93. They were unable to save themselves, but they knew that unless they acted Many more will die, and President Trump, who spoke in a hushed voice for about 15 minutes, their names and their stories are forever inscribed on the eternal roll call of American heroes, The president said their memory would inspire America for all time to come. Jody CEO NEWSRADIO 10 20 Katy K. A judge has ruled that two members of the royal family in Saudi Arabia will have to answer questions about who planned the September 11th terror attacks in what lawyers for victims are calling a turning point in a long running lawsuit. US Magister Judge Sarah Net, Burn ordered Saudi Arabia to make the pair and other Saudi witnesses available for depositions in the suit brought by victims seeking billions of dollars in damages. The ruling was unsealed late yesterday. Ah, lawyer for Saudi Arabia declined to comment today. Court papers say the members of the royal family include Prince Bandar bin Sultan. Nearly 100. Major fires are burning across 11 states in California, Oregon and Washington. At least 16 people have died. An entire towns have been reduced to rubble. CBS's Chris Martinez is in Monrovia, California, Six of California's largest wild fires ever have happened this year. Ah, blaze burning north of Sacramento called the North complex fire is now the state's deadliest fire this year, flames scorched hundreds of thousands of acres. And incinerated towns, including very creek and the ashes were everywhere. Just when.

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"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

13:20 min | 9 months ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Going to bring it to a screeching halt something well because this is gonna end as of all things end the corona virus is being hyped beyond what it is Rahm Emanuel right here we haven't had a car corona virus could be devastating for trump reelection bid over the audio sound bite roster the drive by media back to weaponizing the corona virus against the trump administration once again claiming this could be a provided opening for the Democrats which continues to just outrage me I mean these these these these are the people claim to have all of compassion I have all the understanding they have all of the feelings for people they're running around could be an opening for the Democrat what it what does it mean to say that the corona virus it could be an opening for the Democrats it means the suffering of people could be an opening for Democrats and they're all excited about it and they are unable let go of it now before we get to the corona virus is particularly American political situation specific let me explain to you what's going on with the stock market oil markets there is in Saudi Arabia there if it's it's it's to me this is fascinating there's a thirty one the value may maybe thirty three years old now thirty three year old kid he is one of the many sons of the current king of Saudi Arabia and now the the king of Saudi Arabia is one of the many brothers all of the founder of Saudi Arabia who goes way way to Saudi Arabia's not that old I mean it's it's old as a piece of real estate it's old as biblical times but as it's currently structured in Saudi Arabia it was founded by a guy whose last name is also on and he had countless songs Manson brothers out there Germany's head count listens in enough sons that for the last fifty years one of them has been came now prior to the current king the O. King was King Abdullah king Abdullah did not have any sons we had songs but that I did not have any of that there's attempted to run our make end runs around the royal family structure so when King Abdullah died the next son of the founder was king Solomon and king Solomon himself is eighty some odd years of age don't know how intact he is because we we we don't know about the inner workings of the Saudi royal family they're more mysterious than Meghan Markle and prince Harry and they've got much more oil than Meghan Markle and prince Harry have but you see oil is no longer the exclusive province of Saudi Arabia I am very M. begins the beginning of the problem faced by the kingdom it wasn't that long ago the world dependent on them they can set the price for oil they ran all tank they literally could determine world economies and everybody was dependent on them and everybody kiss their rear ends and everybody did everything they could to be friends and these guys in doubt presidential libraries I mean it you you'd you'd have to go along I am why do far to find a presidential library in this country not primarily or significantly under written by a Saudi king king Abdullah was a particularly good friend of the bushes for exam this is not a criticism I'm just giving you some background here there was a a member of the Saudi royal family who was an ambassador to the United States and his name was friends what was his name prince of a member of my family about a block and a guy but he he lives in Washington it practically became a prince Bandar prince Bandar bin sultan and he became as Americanized as the royal family will allow any of its members to become Americanized and prince Bandar bin sultan used the diplomatic pouch of Saudi Arabia for all kinds of things are people I've ever wondered how it was hi Maisch I've maybe shouldn't involved now I go ahead and tell you this you ever wonder how it is so many Washington power brokers dented up a Cuban cigars they're in the Saudi diplomatic pouch you can't question what comes in a diplomatic commented that if folks these these people had and wired and wired and when when oil was the exclusive province of Saudi Arabia there's always been oil producing countries but you remember the old saw hearing all those years all those presidential campaigns all these candidates promising the M. dependence I'm sorry oil and nobody ever did we have had the means to do so for a long time but we never did it because it would be expensive the the the cut to the chase fracking has done as much to destroy the soil of the Saudi exclusivity over oil in the world is anything in fracking is a distinct American procedure and it is it's a way of getting the oil out of the ground that heretofore was way too expensive to do it was not productive it was not profitable you can get it but it would cost you more than you could ever sell refined products for you couldn't sell gasoline or kerosene jet fuel for anywhere near enough of a profit to make fracking worthwhile but as American technology improved and as more and more people got involved in you know the north the codes of been revived bye bye shale oil production a number of states in this country have is the fact that we can now get oil from shale rock that has done one of the greatest bits and damage the Saudi Arabia now we're allies with them so we've not held in over their heads nearly as much as we could have but we are now a net exporter of via a fossil fuel energy net exporter of natural gas and oil brought about by fracking whatever you find natural gas refined oil whatever you find on you'll find natural gas natural gas is a clean fossil fuel it's not pollutants it's not that doesn't create a so called greenhouse gases it's clean as it can be a and we own it we own it yet but we've always had on our wide relationship with Saudi Arabia but the Russians have not and what's happening today with oil is that the new crown prince this thirty three year old kid who has he put his own mother under house arrest I want you to figure this now follow me on this Mohammed bin Salman thirty one years old decides that he's going to become the next king there are many of his brothers older than he is further in line closer in line to the ground and he is but somehow Mohammed bin Salman has launched himself above every other rival including his own brothers he is now the crown prince which means he's the facto ruler of the country his father king Salman still is the figure head but has allowed all of this to happen in fact in order for Mohammed bin Salman just securing this position he had to put his mother in house arrest and two of her sisters for like three to four months just a question her away in one of the palaces she was a centrally in prison so that she could not run opposition to him in favor of some of her other sons stop and think her husband is Mohammed bin Salman's father where was he when the kids put the mother under house arrest he didn't care this should tell you about women and Saudi Arabian live forms of Islam the mother can be sacked away now granted it's going to be a palatial house in which she is in house but she's under house or she can't believe she can't interact with the family she was essentially imprison her some points are there which your three ever sisters and and and her husband his dad either doesn't know or is perfectly fine with it I you and I cannot relate to this certainly can you imagine putting your mom in jail and your dad not caring that you did it and then can you imagine all of that happening so that you can take from your dad whatever he has and run the show well this is what's happening but the kids thirty one thirty three years old it's an amazing story there's a book coming out I think being released tomorrow about all of this I haven't read it but all of this fascinates me on a number of levels now Mohammed bin Salman Khan okay something else had happened folks before I got there what's roiling the markets here just I want you to have as much background as you can it was either last summer or two summers ago and I I forget which because time flies one of the riskiest luxurious hotels in Saudi Arabia is the Ritz Carlton in Riyadh Mohammed bin Salman Khan took it over and use it as a jail he put his nephews he put his brothers he put his own goals in this prison and charged them with corruption one of them one of the guys that he put in jail why is if you remember after nine eleven there was a Saudi I met me yes Saudi WWW Saudi prince seven waffle outsole also some such thing this guy offered to ten to fifteen million dollars or billion to help rebuild the World Trade Center if we would do something with the Jews and of course we told the guy to pound sand but he has is a heavy investor in a lot of American businesses and products of heavy investor in apple for a time Mohammed bin Salman put this guy in jail in the Ritz Carlton in Riyadh and said you have gotten what you have by virtue of corruption you need to give back to the government of Saudi Arabia X. numbers of billions of I think I was in jail for months before he finally said okay I'll give the money back I'm thirty one thirty three year old kid was doing all that when I say kid everybody he's doing this to is twenty years older than he is and has been around a lot longer and supposedly would have roots of power that are much deeper than his but he's doing all of this with the permission of his father the king well Mohammed bin Salman Khan decided about three to four years ago that Saudi Arabia was too vulnerable as an oil only nation if the only export and product they had for people invest in was oil he said and he was right about this yeah we're we're too vulnerable because what happens with the supplier women if that day comes and it's at that hundreds of years of not by the way don't don't believe anybody's ever gonna run out of oil next year next month we've got so many hundreds of years the oil because oil continues to be made a lot of people think when they hear fossil fuels of the oils resulted dinosaurs that died years ago on a pretty soon we're gonna run out all those thought that's not what fossil fuels are it's a big miss mountain number in and and something improperly named that fossil fuels are still being made and they're made in spurts of particular places a low in the world Saudi Arabia happens to be were there are massive deposits and but so is the United States not by Mohammed bin hammam was correct about something he was correct that the Saudi royal family it moves Saudi Arabia needed to diversify sol you might remember he went on a world tour shortly after trump was elected Mohammed bin Salman comes the United States has massive meetings with Ivanka and Jared Kushner he had massive meetings with tech valley people Silicon Valley people he had massive meetings with Hollywood people he was pitching Saudi Arabia as an investment site for all kinds of things besides oil he wanted movie studios to be built there he wanted Silicon Valley you invest in in in structures factories think tanks you name it in Saudi an end to this royal Saudi Arabia because Saudi Arabia had.

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"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:34 min | 9 months ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Virus is being hyped beyond what it is Rahm Emanuel right here we haven't had that kind of corona virus could be devastating for trump reelection bid go to the audio sound bite roster in the drive by media back to weaponizing the corona virus against the trump administration once again claiming this could be a provided opening Florida Democrats which continues to just outrage me I mean the these these these are the people claim to have all the compassion may have all the understanding they have all of the feelings for people they're running around could be an opening for the Democrat what it what does it mean to say that the corona virus it could be an opening for the Democrats it means the suffering of people could be an opening for Democrats and they're all excited about it and they are unable let go of it now before we get to the corona virus in particular in the American political situation the specific let me explain to you what's going on with the stock market the oil markets there is in Saudi Arabia there if it's it's it's to me this is fascinating there's a thirty one the value may maybe thirty three years old now thirty three year old kid he is one of the many sons of the current king of Saudi Arabia now the the king of Saudi Arabia is one of the many brother is also the founder of Saudi Arabia who goes way way to Saudi Arabia's not that old I mean it's it's old as a piece of real estate it's old as biblical times but as it's currently structured in Saudi Arabia it was founded by a guy whose last name is also on and he had countless songs Manson brothers out there too but he's had countless isn't enough sons that for the last fifty years one of them has been came now prior to the current king the old king was King Abdullah and King Abdullah did not have any songs we had songs but that I did not have any of that there's attempted to run our make end runs around the royal family structure so when King Abdullah died the next son of the founder was king Solomon and king Solomon himself is eighty some odd years of age don't know how intact he is because we we we don't know about the inner workings of the Saudi royal family they're more mysterious than Meghan Markle and prince Harry and they've got much more oil than Meghan Markle and prince Harry have but you see oil is no longer the exclusive province of Saudi Arabia and there M. begins the beginning of the problem faced by the kingdom it wasn't that long ago the world dependent on them they can set the price for oil they ran all tank they literally could determine world economies and everybody was dependent on them and everybody kiss their rear ends and everybody did everything they could to be friends and these guys in down presidential libraries I mean it you you'd you'd have to go along why do far to find a presidential library in this country not primarily or significantly under written by a Saudi king king Abdullah was a particularly good friend of the bushes for exam this is not a criticism I'm just giving you some background here there was a a member of the Saudi royal family who was an ambassador to the United States and his name was friends what was his name prince of a member of my family about a block and a guy but he he lived in Washington they're practically became a prince Bandar prince Bandar bin sultan and he became as Americanized as the royal family will allow any of its members to become Americanized and prince Bandar bin sultan use the diplomatic pouch of Saudi Arabia for all kinds of things are people I've ever wondered how it was hi Maisch I've maybe shouldn't involved now I go ahead and tell you this you ever wonder how it is so many Washington power brokers ended up a Cuban cigars they are.

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"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

12:30 min | 9 months ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Virus is being hyped beyond what it is Rahm Emanuel right here we haven't had a car corona virus could be devastating for trump reelection bid go to the audio sound bite roster the drive by media back to weaponizing the corona virus against the trump administration once again claiming this could be a provided opening for the Democrats which continues to just outrage me I mean these these these these are the people claim to have all the compassion may have all the understanding they have all of the feelings for people they're running around could be an opening for the Democrat what it what does it mean to say that the corona virus it could be an opening for the Democrats it means the suffering of people could be an opening for Democrats and they're all excited about it and they are unable let go of it now before we get to the corona virus in particular in the American political situation the specific let me explain to you what's going on with the stock market oil markets there is in Saudi Arabia there if it's it's it's to me this is fascinating there's a thirty one the value may maybe thirty three years old now thirty three year old kid he is one of the many sons of the current king of Saudi Arabia now the the king of Saudi Arabia is one of the many brothers all of the founder of Saudi Arabia who goes way way to Saudi Arabia's not that old I mean it's it's old as a piece of real estate it's old as biblical times but as it's currently structured in Saudi Arabia it was founded by a guy whose last name is also on and he had countless songs Manson brothers out there too but he's had countless lives in another sons that for the last fifty years one of them has been came now prior to the current king the O. King was King Abdullah king Abdullah did not have any songs we had sons but that I did not have any of that there's attempted to run our make end runs around the royal family structure so when King Abdullah died the next son of the founder was king Solomon and king Solomon himself is eighty some odd years of age don't know how intact he is because we we we don't know about the inner workings of the Saudi royal family they're more mysterious than Meghan Markle and prince Harry and they've got much more oil than Meghan Markle and prince Harry have but you see oil is no longer the exclusive province of Saudi Arabia I am very M. begins the beginning of the problem faced by the kingdom it wasn't that long ago the world dependent on them they can set the price for oil they ran all tank they literally could determine world economies and everybody was dependent on them and everybody kiss their rear ends and everybody did everything they could to be friends and these guys endowed presidential libraries I mean it you you'd you'd have to go along M. why do far to find a presidential library in this country not primarily or significantly under written by a Saudi king king Abdullah was a particularly good friend of the bushes for exam this is not a criticism I'm just giving you some background here there was a a member of the Saudi royal family who was an ambassador to the United States and his name was friends what was his name prince of a man having a mental block and a guy but he he lived in Washington it practically became a prince Bandar prince Bandar bin sultan and he became as Americanized as the royal family will allow any of its members to become Americanized and prince Bandar bin sultan use the diplomatic pouch of Saudi Arabia for all kinds of things are people I've ever wondered how it was hi Maisch I've maybe shouldn't involved now I go ahead and tell you this you ever wonder how it is so many Washington power brokers dented up a Cuban cigars they are in the Saudi diplomatic pouch you can't question what comes in a diplomatic commented that it forms these these people had and wired and wired and when when oil was the exclusive province of Saudi Arabia there's always been oil producing countries but you're going to the old song released all those years all those presidential campaigns all these candidates promising the M. dependence I'm sorry oil and nobody ever did we have had the means to do so for a long time but we never did it because it would be expensive the the the cut to the chase fracking has done as much to destroy the soil of the Saudi exclusivity over oil in the world is anything in fracking is a distinct American procedure and it is it's a way of getting the oil out of the ground that heretofore was way too expensive to do it was not productive it was not profitable you can get it but it would cost you more than you could ever sell refined products for you couldn't sell gasoline or kerosene jet fuel for anywhere near enough of a profit to make fracking worthwhile but as American technology improved and as more and more people got involved in you know the north the callers of been revived bye bye shale oil production a number of states in this country have is the fact that we can now get oil from shale rock that has done one of the greatest bits of damage the Saudi Arabia now we're allies with them so we've not held over their heads nearly as much as we could have but we are now a net exporter of via a fossil fuel energy net exporter of natural gas and oil brought about by fracking whatever you find natural gas refined oil whatever you find on your find natural gas natural gas is a clean fossil fuel it's not pollutant that's not that doesn't create a so called the greenhouse gases is clean is it conveyed and we own it we own it yet but we've always had on our wide relationship with Saudi Arabia but the Russians have not and what's happening today with oil is that the new crown prince this thirty three year old kid who has he put his own mother under house arrest I want you to figure this now follow me on this Mohammed bin Salman thirty one years old decides that he's going to become the next king there are many of his brothers older than he is further in line closer in line to the ground and he is but somehow Mohammed bin Salman has launched himself above every other rival including his own brothers he is now the crown prince which means he's the facto ruler of the country his father king Salman still is the figure had but has allowed all of this to happen in fact in order for Mohammed bin Salman just securing this position he had to put his mother in house arrest and two of her sisters for like three to four months just a question her way in one of the palaces she was a centrally in prison so that she could not run opposition to him in favor of some of her other sons stop and think her husband is Mohammed bin Salman's father where was he when the kids put the mother under house arrest he didn't care this should tell you about women and Saudi Arabian live forms of Islam the mother can be sacked away now granted it's going to be a palatial house in which she is in house but she's under house or she can't believe she can't interact with the family she's essentially imprison her some points are there which your three of her sisters and and and her husband his dad either doesn't know or is perfectly fine with it are you and I cannot relate to this certainly can you imagine putting your mom in jail and your dad not caring that you did it and then can you imagine all of that happening so that you can take from your dad whatever he has and run the show well this is what's happening but the kids thirty one thirty three years old it's an amazing story there's a book coming out I think being released tomorrow about all of this I haven't read it but all of this fascinates me on a number of levels now Mohammed bin Salman Khan okay something else had happened folks before I get there once roiling the markets here just I want you to have as much background as you can it was either last summer or two summers ago and I I forget which because time flies one of the riskiest luxurious hotels in Saudi Arabia is the Ritz Carlton in Riyadh Mohammed bin Salman Khan took it over and use it as a jail he put his nephews he put his brothers he put his own goals in this prison and charged them with corruption one of them one of the guys that he put in jail why is if you remember after nine eleven there was a Saudi admit me yes Saudi WWW Saudi prince seven waffle outsole also some such thing this guy offered to ten to fifteen million dollars or billion to help rebuild the World Trade Center if we would do something with the Jews first we told the guy to pound sand but he has is a heavy investor in a lot of American businesses and products as every investor in apple for a time Mohammed bin Salman put this guy in jail in the Ritz Carlton in Riyadh and said you have gotten what you have by virtue of corruption you need to give back to the government of Saudi Arabia X. numbers of billions of other guy was in jail for months before he finally said okay I'll give the money back thirty one thirty three year old kid was doing all that when I say kid everybody he's doing this to is twenty years older than he is and has been around a lot longer and supposedly would have roots of power that are much deeper than his what he's doing all of this with the permission of his father the king well Mohammed bin Salman Khan decided about three to four years ago that Saudi Arabia was too vulnerable as an oil only nation if the only export and product they had for people invest in was oil he said and he was right about this yeah we're we're too vulnerable because what happens with the supplier women if that day comes and it's at the Tunbridge of yours or not by the way don't don't believe anybody's ever gonna run out of oil next year next month we've got so many hundreds of years the oil because oil continues to be made a lot of people think when they hear fossil fuels than oils resulted dinosaurs that died years ago on a pretty soon we're gonna run out all those thought that's not what fossil fuels are it's a big miss mountain number in and and something improperly named that fossil fuels are still being made and they're made in spite of particular places in law in the world Saudi Arabia happens to be where there are massive deposits and but so is the United States not by Mohammed bin hammam was correct about something he was correct that the.

Rahm Emanuel
"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

13:48 min | 9 months ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on KNSS

"I don't know what's going to bring it to a screeching halt something well because this is gonna end as all things end the corona virus is being hyped beyond what it is Rahm Emanuel right here we haven't had a car corona virus could be devastating for trump reelection bid over the audio sound bite roster in the drive by media back to weaponizing the corona virus against the trump administration once again claiming this could be provided opening Florida Democrats which continues to just outrage me I mean these these these these are the people claim to have all the compassion they have all the understanding they have all of the feelings for people they're running around could be an opening for the Democrat what it what does it mean to say that the corona virus it could be an opening for the Democrats it means the suffering of people could be an opening for Democrats and they're all excited about it and they are unable let go of it now before we get to the corona virus in particular in the American political situation specific let me explain to you what's going on with the stock market oil markets there is in Saudi Arabia there it it's it's it's to me this is fascinating there's a thirty one to fight it may maybe thirty three years old now thirty three year old kid he is one of the many signs of the current king of Saudi Arabia now the the king of Saudi Arabia is one of the many brother is also the founder of Saudi Arabia who goes way way to Saudi Arabia's not that old I mean it's it's old as a piece of real estate it's old as biblical times but as it's currently structured in Saudi Arabia it was founded by a guy whose last name is also on and he had countless songs Manson brothers out there Germany sent countless on seven of sons that for the last fifty years one of them has been king now prior to the current king the old king was King Abdullah and King Abdullah did not have any songs we had songs but that I did not have any that that attempted to run our make end runs around the royal family structure so when King Abdullah died the next son of the founder was king Solomon and king Solomon himself is eighty some odd years of age don't know how intact he is because we we we don't know about the inner workings of the Saudi royal family they're more mysterious than Meghan Markle and prince Harry and they've got much more oil than Meghan Markle and prince Harry have but you see oil is no longer the exclusive province of Saudi Arabia I am very M. begins the beginning of the problem faced by the kingdom it wasn't that long ago the world depended on they can set the price for oil they ran all tank they literally could determine world economies and everybody was dependent on them and everybody kiss their rear ends and everybody did everything they could to be friends and these guys in down presidential libraries I mean it you you'd you'd have to go long and wide to far to find a presidential library in this country not primarily or significantly under written by a Saudi king king Abdullah was a particularly good friend of the bushes for exam this is not a criticism I'm just giving you some background here there was a a member of the Saudi royal family who was an ambassador to the United States and his name was friends what was his name prince of I'm I'm having a mental block and a guy but he he lives in Washington it practically became a prince Bandar prince Bandar bin sultan and he became as Americanized as the royal family will allow any of its members to become Americanized and prince Bandar bin sultan you is the diplomatic pouch of Saudi Arabia for all kinds of things are people are given wondered how it was hi Maisch I've maybe shouldn't involved now I go ahead and tell you this you ever wonder how it is so many Washington power brokers dented up a Cuban cigars they're in the Saudi diplomatic pouch you can't question what comes in a diplomatic commented that it was fox these these people had and wired and wired and when when oil was the exclusive province of Saudi Arabia there's always been oil producing countries but you remember the old saw him everything all those years all those presidential campaigns all these candidates promising the M. dependence I'm sorry oil and nobody ever did we have the means to do so for a long time but we never did it because it would be expensive the the the cut to the chase fracking has done as much to destroy the soil of the Saudi exclusivity over oil in the world is anything in fracking is a distinct American procedure and it is it's a way of getting the oil out of the ground that heretofore was way too expensive to do it was not productive it was not profitable you can get it but it would cost you more than you could ever sell refined products for you couldn't sell gasoline or kerosene jet fuel for anywhere near enough of a profit to make fracking worthwhile but as American technology improved and as more and more people got involved in you know the north the codes of been revived bye bye shale oil production a number of states in this country have is the fact that we can now get oil from shale rock that has done one of the greatest bits of damage the Saudi Arabia now we're allies with them so we've not held over their heads nearly as much as we could have but we are now a net exporter of via a fossil fuel energy net exporter of natural gas and oil brought about by fracking whatever you find natural gas refined oil whenever you find all you find natural gas natural gas is a clean fossil fuel it's not pollutant that's not that doesn't create a so called the greenhouse gases it's clean as it can be a and we own it we own it yet but we've always had on our wide relationship with Saudi Arabia but the Russians have not and what's happening today with oil is that the new crown prince this thirty three year old kid who has he put his own mother under house arrest I want you to figure this now follow me on this Mohammed bin Salman thirty one years old decided he's going to become the next king there are many of his brother is older than he is further in line closer in line to the crown then he is but somehow Mohammed bin Salman has launched himself above every other rival including his own brothers he is now the crown prince which means he is the fact ruler of the country his father king Salman still is the figure head but has allowed all of this to happen you fact in order for Mohammed bin Salman just securing this position he had to put his mother in house arrest and two of her sisters for like three to four months just a question her away in one of the palaces she was a centrally in prison so that she could not run opposition to him in favor of some of her other sons stop and think her husband is Mohammed bin Salman's father where was he when the kids put the mother under house arrest he didn't care this should tell you about women and Saudi Arabian live forms of Islam the mother can be sacked away now granted it's going to be a palatial house in which she is in house but she's under house or she can't believe she can't interact with the family she was essentially imprison her some points are there which your three ever sisters and and and her husband his dad either doesn't know or is perfectly fine with it I you and I cannot relate to this certainly can you imagine putting your mom in jail and your dad not caring that is that it and then can you imagine all of that happening so that you can take from your dad whatever he hasn't run the show well this is what's happening but the kids thirty one thirty three years old it's an amazing story there's a book coming out I think being released tomorrow about all of this I haven't read it but all of this fascinates me on a number of levels now Mohammed bin Salman Khan okay something else had happened folks before I get there what's roiling the markets here just I want you to have as much background as you can it was either last summer or two summers ago and I I forget which because time flies one of the riskiest luxurious hotels in Saudi Arabia is the Ritz Carlton in Riyadh Mohammed bin Salman Khan took it over and use it as a jail he put his nephews he put his brothers he put his own goals in this prison and charged them with corruption one of them one of the guys that he put in jail why is if you remember after nine eleven there was a Saudi I met Matt yes Saudi WWE Saudi prince sultan bin waffle outsole also some such thing this guy offered to ten to fifteen million dollars or billion to help rebuild the World Trade Center if we would do something with the Jews and of course we told the guy to pound sand but he has is a heavy investor in a lot of American businesses and products is a heavy investor in apple for a time Mohammed bin Salman put this guy in jail in the Ritz Carlton in Riyadh and said you have gotten what you have by virtue of corruption you need to give back to the government of Saudi Arabia X. numbers of billions of love the guy was in jail for months before he finally is okay I'll give the money back thirty one thirty three year old kid was doing all that when I say kid everybody he's doing this to is twenty years older than he is and has been around a lot longer and supposedly would have roots of power that are much deeper than his but he's doing all of this with the permission of his father the king well Mohammed bin Salman Khan decided about three to four years ago that Saudi Arabia was too vulnerable as an oil only nation if the only export and product they had for people invest in was oil he said and he was right about this yeah we're we're too vulnerable because what happens with the supplier women if that day comes and it's at the Tunbridge of yours or not by the way don't don't believe anybody's ever gonna run out of oil next year next month we've got so many hundreds of years the oil because oil continues to be made a lot of people think when they hear fossil fuels of the oils resulted dinosaurs that died years ago on a pretty soon we're gonna run out all those thought that's not what fossil fuels are it's a big miss mountain number and and and something improperly named that fossil fuels are still being made and they're made in spurts of particular places in law in the world Saudi Arabia happens to be where there are massive deposits and but so is the United States not Mohammed bin hammam was correct about something he was correct that the Saudi royal family a move Saudi Arabia needed to diversify sol you might remember he went on a world tour shortly after trump was elected Mohammed bin Salman comes the United States has massive meetings with Ivanka and Jared Kushner he had massive meetings with tech valley people Silicon Valley people he had massive meetings with Hollywood people he was pitching Saudi Arabia as an investment site for all kinds of things besides oil he wanted movie studios to be built there he wanted Silicon Valley you invest in in in structures factories think tanks you name it I in Saudi or an end to this royal Saudi Arabia because Saudi Arabia had never westernized like this they they they did not believe in westernizing like this and when Mohammed bin Salman went to meet these guys he dressed in a pair of jeans and a and a Ralph Lauren polo shirt and maybe where the headrests but but that was it I was kind of a short little chunky guy when you when you take the roads off of it but that doesn't matter he's got whatever hundreds of dozens of dollars is god which which.

Rahm Emanuel
"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

13:26 min | 9 months ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on WRVA

"Okay the drive by media wants you to think that this massive stock market plunges because of the corona virus some of it is but the vast majority of this has nothing to do with the coronavirus absolutely nothing to do with the coronavirus I am here to tell you what the massive market one is all about I don't know what's going to bring it to a screeching halt something well because this is gonna end as of all things end the corona virus is being hyped beyond what it is Rahm Emanuel right here we haven't had a car corona virus could be devastating for trump reelection bid over the audio sound bite roster in the drive by media back to weaponizing the corona virus against the trump administration once again claiming this could be a provide an opening for the Democrats which continues to just outrage me I mean the the this is these are the people claim to have all the compassion they have all the understanding they have all of the feelings for people they're running around could be an opening for the Democrat what a what does it mean to say that the corona virus it could be an opening for the Democrats it means the suffering of people could be an opening for Democrats and they're all excited about it and they are unable let go of it now before we get to the corona virus in particular in the American political situation specific let me explain to you what's going on with the stock market the oil markets there is in Saudi Arabia there it it's it's it's to me this is fascinating there's a thirty one to fight it may maybe thirty three years old now thirty three year old kid he is one of the many sons of the current king of Saudi Arabia now the the king of Saudi Arabia is one of the many brother is also the founder of Saudi Arabia who goes way way to Saudi Arabia's not that old I mean it's it's old as a piece of real estate it's old as biblical times but as it's currently structured in Saudi Arabia it was founded by a guy whose last name is also on and he had countless songs Manson brothers out there Germany's head count listens in enough sons that for the last fifty years one of them has been king now prior to the current king the old king was King Abdullah in King Abdullah did not have any sons we had songs but that I did not have any that that attempted to run our make end runs around the royal family structure so when King Abdullah died the next son of the founder was king Solomon and king Solomon himself is eighty some odd years of age don't know how intact he is because we we we don't know about the inner workings of the Saudi royal family they're more mysterious than Meghan Markle and prince Harry and they've got much more oil than Meghan Markle and prince Harry have but you see oil is no longer the exclusive province of Saudi Arabia M. variant begins the beginning of the problem faced by the kingdom it wasn't that long ago the world dependent on them they can set the price for oil a ram all tank they literally could determine world economies and everybody was dependent on them and everybody kiss their rear ends and everybody did everything they could to be friends and these guys endowed presidential libraries I mean it you you'd you'd have to go long and wide to far to find a presidential library in this country not primarily or significantly under written by a Saudi king king Abdullah was a particularly good friend of the bushes for exam this is not a criticism I'm just giving you some background here there was a a member of the Saudi royal family who was an ambassador to the United States and his name was friends what was his name prince of a member of my family about a block and a guy but he he lives in Washington it practically became a prince Bandar prince Bandar bin sultan and he became as Americanized as the royal family will allow any of its members to become Americanized and prince Bandar bin sultan you is the diplomatic pouch of Saudi Arabia for all kinds of things are people I've ever wondered how it was hi Maisch I've maybe shouldn't involved now I go ahead and tell you this you ever wonder how it is so many Washington power brokers dented up a Cuban cigars they're in the Saudi diplomatic pouch you can't question what comes in a diplomatic commented that it was fox these these people had and wired and wired and when when oil was the exclusive province of Saudi Arabia there's always been oil producing countries but your member the old saw him everything in all those years all those presidential campaigns all these candidates promising the M. dependence I'm sorry oil and nobody ever did we have the means to do so for a long time but we never did it because it would be expensive that that to cut to the chase fracking has done as much to destroy the soil of the Saudi exclusivity over oil in the world is anything in fracking is a distinct American procedure and it is it's a way of getting the oil out of the ground that heretofore was way too expensive to do it was not productive it was not profitable you can get it but it would cost you more than you could ever sell refined products for you couldn't sell gasoline or kerosene jet fuel for anywhere near enough of a profit to make fracking worthwhile but as American technology improved and as more and more people got involved in you know the north the callers have been revived bye bye shale oil production a number of states in this country have is the fact that we can now get oil from shale rock that has done one of the greatest hits and damage the Saudi Arabia now we're allies with them so we've not held in over their heads nearly as much as we could have but we are now a net exporter of via a fossil fuel energy net exporter of natural gas and oil brought about by fracking whatever you find natural gas refined oil whatever you find on you'll find natural gas natural gas is a clean fossil fuel it's not pollutants it's not that doesn't create a so called the greenhouse gases it's clean as it can be a and we own it we own it yet but we've always had an allied relationship with Saudi Arabia but the Russians have not and what's happening today with oil is that the new crown prince this thirty three year old kid who had he put his own mother under house arrest I want you to figure this now follow me on this Mohammed bin Salman thirty one years old decided he's going to become the next caring there are many of his brothers older than he is further in line closer in line to the crown then he is but somehow Mohammed bin Salman has launched himself above every other rival including his own brothers he is now the crown prince which means he's the facto ruler of the country his father king Salman still is the figure head but has allowed all of this to happen in fact in order for Mohammed bin Salman just securing this position he had to put his mother in house arrest and two of her sisters for like three to four months just to question her away in one of the palaces she was a centrally in prison so that she could not run opposition to him in favor of some of her other sons stop and think her husband is Mohammed bin Salman's father where was he when the kids put the mother under house arrest he didn't care this should tell you about women and Saudi Arabian live forms of Islam the mother can be sacked away now granted it's going to be a palatial house in which she is in house but she's under house or she can't believe she can't interact with the family she was essentially imprison her some points are there which your three ever sisters and and and her husband his dad either doesn't know or is perfectly fine with it are you and I cannot relate to this certainly can you imagine putting your mom in jail and your dad not caring that is that it and then can you imagine all of that happening so that you can take from your dad whatever he has and run the show well this is what's happening but the kids thirty one thirty three years old it's an amazing story there's a book coming out I think being released tomorrow about all of this I haven't read it but all of this fascinates me on a number of levels now Mohammed bin Salman Khan until something else happens fox before I get there once roiling the markets here just I want you to have as much background as you can it was either last summer or two summers ago and I I forget which because time flies one of the Red Sea is luxurious hotels in Saudi Arabia is the Ritz Carlton in Riyadh Mohammed bin Salman Khan took it over and use it as a jail he put his nephews he put his brothers he put his own goals in this prison and charged them with corruption one of them one of the guys that he put in jail why is if you remember after nine eleven there was a Saudi I met Matt yes Saudi happened obvious Saudi prince Sinden waffle outsole also some such thing this guy offered to ten to fifteen million dollars or billion to help rebuild the World Trade Center if we would do something with the Jews and of course we told the guy to pound sand but he has is a heavy investor in a lot of American businesses and products is heavy investor in apple for a time Mohammed bin Salman put this guy in jail in the Ritz Carlton in Riyadh and said you have gotten what you have by virtue of corruption you need to give back to the government of Saudi Arabia X. numbers of billions of other guy was in jail for months before he finally is okay I'll give the money back I thirty one thirty three year old kid was doing all that when I say kid everybody he's doing this to is twenty years older than he is and has been around a lot longer and supposedly would have roots of power that are much deeper than his but he's doing all of this with the permission of his father the king well Mohammed bin Salman Khan decided about three to four years ago that Saudi Arabia was too vulnerable as an oil only nation if the only export and product they had for people invest in was oil he said and he was right about this yeah we're we're too vulnerable because what happens with the supplier women if that day comes and it's at the Tunbridge of years so now by the way don't don't believe anybody's ever gonna run out of oil next year next month we've got so many hundreds of years of oil because oil continues to be made a lot of people think when they hear fossil fuels of the Orioles result the dinosaurs that died years ago on a pretty soon we're going to run out all those thought that's not what fossil fuels are it's a big miss mountain number and and and something improperly named that fossil fuels are still being made and they're made in sports in particular places in law in the world Saudi Arabia happens to be where there aren't massive deposits and but so is the United States not bin Mohamed bin hammam was correct about something he was correct that the Saudi royal family it moves Saudi Arabia needed to diversify soul you might remember he went on a world tour shortly after trump was elected Mohammed bin Salman comes the United States has massive meetings with Ivanka and Jared Kushner he had massive meetings with tech valley people Silicon Valley people he had massive meetings with Hollywood people.

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

13:27 min | 9 months ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Going to bring it to a screeching halt something well because this is gonna end as of all things end the corona virus is being hyped beyond what it is Rahm Emanuel right here we haven't had a car corona virus could be devastating for trump reelection bid over the audio sound bite roster the drive by media back to weaponizing the corona virus against the trump administration once again claiming this could be a provided opening Florida Democrats which continues to just outrage me I mean the the this is these are the people claim to have all the compassion may have all the understanding they have all of the feelings for people they're running around could be an opening for the Democrat what it what does it mean to say that the corona virus it could be an opening for the Democrats it means the suffering of people could be an opening for Democrats and they're all excited about it and they are unable let go of it now before we get to the corona virus is particularly American political situation specific let me explain to you what's going on with the stock market oil markets there is in Saudi Arabia there it it it's it's it's to me this is fascinating there's a thirty one the value may maybe thirty three years old now thirty three year old kid he is one of the many signs of the current king of Saudi Arabia now the the king of Saudi Arabia is one of the many brothers all of the founder of Saudi Arabia who goes way way to Saudi Arabia's not that old I mean it's it's old as a piece of real estate it's old as biblical times but as it's currently structured in Saudi Arabia it was founded by a guy whose last name is also do any had countless songs Benson brothers out there too but he's had countless until enough sons that for the last fifty years one of them has been came now prior to the current king the old king was King Abdullah king Abdullah did not have any songs we had songs but that I did not have any of that there's attempted to run our make end runs around the royal family structure so when King Abdullah died the next son of the founder was king Solomon and king Solomon himself is eighty some odd years of age don't know how intact he is because we we we don't know about the inner workings of the Saudi royal family they're more mysterious than Meghan Markle and prince Harry and they've got much more oil than Meghan Markle and prince Harry have but you see oil is no longer the exclusive province of Saudi Arabia M. variant begins the beginning of the problem faced by the kingdom it wasn't that long ago the world depended on them they can set the price for oil they ran all tank they literally could determine world economies and everybody was dependent on them and everybody kiss their rear ends and everybody did everything they could to be friends and these guys in down presidential libraries I mean it you you'd you'd have to go long and wide to far to find a presidential library in this country not primarily or significantly under written by a Saudi king king Abdullah was a particularly good friend of the bushes for exam this is not a criticism I'm just giving you some background here there was a a member of the Saudi royal family who was an ambassador to the United States and his name was friends what was his name prince of a member of my family about a block and a guy but he he lives in Washington they're practically became a prince Bandar prince Bandar bin sultan and he became as Americanized as the royal family will allow any of its members to become Americanized and prince Bandar bin sultan use the diplomatic pouch of Saudi Arabia for all kinds of things are people I've ever wondered how it was hi Maisch I've maybe shouldn't involved now I go ahead and tell you this you ever wonder how it is so many Washington power brokers dented up a Cuban cigars they're in the Saudi diplomatic pouch you can't question what comes in a diplomatic commented that it forms these these people had and wired and wired and when when oil was the exclusive province of Saudi Arabia there's always been oil producing countries but you remember the old saw all those years all those presidential campaigns all these candidates promising the M. dependence a Saudi oil and nobody ever did we have the means to do so for a long time but we never did it because it would be expensive to cut to the chase fracking has done as much to destroy the soil of the Saudi exclusivity over oil in the world is anything in fracking is a distinct American procedure and it is it's a way of getting the oil out of the ground that heretofore was way too expensive to do it was not productive it was not profitable you can get it but it would cost you more than you could ever sell refined products for you couldn't sell gasoline or kerosene jet fuel for anywhere near enough of a profit to make fracking worthwhile but as American technology improved and as more and more people got involved in you know the north the callers of been revived bye bye shale oil production a number of states in this country have is the fact that we can now get oil from shale rock that has done one of the greatest bits of damage the Saudi Arabia now we're allies with them so we've not held in over their heads nearly as much as we could've but we are now a net exporter of via a fossil fuel energy net exporter of natural gas and oil brought about by fracking whenever you find natural gas refined oil whatever you find on you'll find natural gas natural gas is a clean fossil fuel it's not pollutant that's not that doesn't create a so called the greenhouse gases is clean as it can be a and we own it we own it yet but we've always had an allied relationship with Saudi Arabia but the Russians have not and what's happening today with oil is that the new crown prince this thirty three year old kid who has he put his own mother under house arrest I want you to figure with the follow me on this Mohammed bin Salman thirty one years old decides that he's going to become the next king there are many of his brothers older than he is further in line closer in line to the crown then he is but somehow Mohammed bin Salman has launched himself above every other rival including his own brothers he is now the crown prince which means he's the facto ruler of the country his father king Salman still is the figure head but has allowed all of this to happen you fact in order for Mohammed bin Salman to secure in this position he had to put his mother in house arrest and two of her sisters for like three to four months just so question her away in one of the palaces she was essentially in prison so that she could not run opposition to him in favor of some of her other sons stop and think her husband is Mohammed bin Salman's father where was he when the kids put the mother under house arrest he didn't care this should tell you about women and Saudi Arabian live forms of Islam the mother can be sacked away now granted it's going to be a palatial house in which she is in house but she's under house or she can't believe she can't interact with the family she was essentially imprison her some points are there which your three of her sisters and and and her husband his dad either doesn't know or is perfectly fine with it by you and I cannot relate to this certainly can you imagine putting your mom in jail and your dad not caring that is that it and then can you imagine all of that happening so that you can take from your dad whatever he has and run the show well this is what's happening but the kids thirty one thirty three years old it's an amazing story there's a book coming out and being released tomorrow about all of this I haven't read it but all of this fascinates me on a number of levels now Mohammed bin Salman Khan I take something else happened folks before I get there once roiling the markets here just I want you to have as much background as you can it was either last summer or two summers ago and I I forget which because time flies one of the rich he is black jury as hotels in Saudi Arabia is the Ritz Carlton in Riyadh Mohammed bin Salman Khan took it over and use it as a jail he put his nephews he put his brothers he put his own goals in this prison and charged them with corruption one of them one of the guys that he put in jail why is if you remember after nine eleven there was a Saudi admit me yes saw the WWE Saudi prince seven waffle outsole also some such thing this guy offered to ten to fifteen million dollars or billion to help rebuild the World Trade Center if we would do something with the Jews first we told the guy to pound sand but he has is a heavy investor in a lot of American businesses and products is a heavy investor in apple for a time Mohammed bin Salman put this guy in jail in the Ritz Carlton in Riyadh and said you have gotten what you have by virtue of corruption you need to give back to the government of Saudi Arabia X. numbers of billions of other guy was in jail for months before he finally said okay I'll give the money back thirty one thirty three year old kid was doing all that when I say kid everybody he's doing this to is twenty years older than he is and has been around a lot longer and supposedly would have roots of power that are much deeper than his but he's doing all of this with the permission of his father the king well Mohammed bin Salman Khan decided about three to four years ago that Saudi Arabia was too vulnerable as an oil only nation if the only export and product they had for people invest in was oil he said and he was right about this yeah we're we're too vulnerable because what happens with the supplier women if that day comes and it said that hundreds of years so not by the way don't don't believe anybody's ever gonna run out of oil next year next month we've got so many hundreds of years the oil because oil continues to be made a lot of people think when they hear fossil fuels of the oils resulted dinosaurs that died years ago and pretty soon we're gonna run out all those thought that's not what fossil fuels are it's a big miss mountain all Martin and and something improperly named that fossil fuels are still being made and they're made in sports in particular places in law in the world Saudi Arabia happens to be where there are massive deposits and but so is the United States not by Mohammed bin hammam was correct about something he was correct that the Saudi royal family it moves Saudi Arabia needed to diversify sol you might remember he went on a world tour shortly after trump was elected Mohammed bin Salman comes the United States has massive meetings with Ivanka and Jared Kushner he had massive meetings with tech valley people Silicon Valley people dead massive meetings with Hollywood people he was pitching Saudi Arabia as an investment site for all kinds of things besides oil he wanted movie studios to be built there he wanted Silicon Valley you invest in in in structures factories think tanks you name it in Saudi an end to this royal Saudi Arabia because Saudi Arabia had never westernized like this they they they did not believe in westernizing like this and when Mohammed bin Salman.

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"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Now, we're going to be in the wilderness. And I knew from Alaskans that I know just from re I needed to get bear spray. So when we landed in Anchorage, we went to the sporting goods store hooked up. I with I hooked up with one of the sales people at my Anchorage Alaska affiliate, and they were kind enough to lend me a h and k nine millimeter, which I carried for my entire trip. So I had a gun is we were all over the place. We were in a motor home driving around and staying in the woods. So I wanted to nine mil I would have liked a little bigger, but I got an nine mills good enough. And I I stopped the got bear spring. I also bought some hollow points for the night. Some I think some Speer gold dots, which I like a lot and they feed brilliantly in my role ball nine mil anyway. So that's a little tiny pocket jobber. So I get the bear spray. We have the bears. So I know all about bear spray, and you're not supposed to shoot a bear you should bear with a nine millimeter. You're gonna piss them off that was for other potential intruders like people, maybe so I spray in the bear spray. You can fired from fifteen twenty feet away. And that's like the best thing unless you have a cannon or barren fifty Cal to keep the the bears away. So I know what happened at the warehouse for Amazon in New Jersey, these robots man, and again this HBO documentary that just hit like a week ago about the killer robots, which I thought it was pretty good a little deceptive is there's one thing. It was like the opening the story was about a Volkswagen worker. Was pinned against the wall and killed in Germany by a robot. So it's not like the whole documentary was about robots that are killing humans. But that is more like killing jobs is kind of a metaphor. There's a whole whole shebang. Anyway, it was one of these robot machines that that takes the back and forth it punctured one of these bear repellant cans, and it sprayed this bear spray all over the place at the Amazon facility in Robbins. Ville New Jersey. And people were sickened people were taking more than four dozen workers was sick. And last night. It was someone actually critical condition. Twenty-four hospitalized. And all because what these damn robots man, if it was a person with the person a punctured that bear spray, probably not but twenty four hospitalized over fifty were were sickened Osas on the case. The Jeff Bezos make a trip over to personally see these people in the hospital. Does he do that? A so can you see if bazo flew in to check out the his employees that got hurt. He he said the drone with with with get well cards. Okay. Very good. She's a. I I don't mind Amazon. But are they too big? They to monopolist I'm kinda rooting for WalMart to jump into the competition bandwagon, even greater that WalMart has a similar thing. Set up. We can go to WalMart dot com. But again, it's about marketing, and I would love to see WalMart get as strong as Amazon online week just go there and order everything. But does it come down to the reason why we use Google versus being or other search engines, it's you know, it's become the verb Amazon's more like the verb to Google something. It's become the verb. When being in the other L do just as well. So can WalMart. Make a big dent. I mean, they've got the infrastructure. They've got the distribution the warehousing they've got the capital. So I know they're trying to just reeducate and say, hey, instead of going to Amazon or if you use Amazon checkout, WalMart dot com, and everything you can get on Amazon ultimately should be able to get at WalMart with free shipping prime shipping type equivalent because ultimately it's going to be better for us, the consumer in the form of competition and lower prices better service. So I really do want to see WalMart and other companies give Amazon online a run for their money. And I still have I still have a lot of belief in support for brick and mortar and also for mom and pops. So so where do you want me to go? What line? Let me grab right. I'll let me go to Aspen, Colorado and Patrick Patrick. You're on Schnitt. Hello, pat. I don't believe I'm listening to you. I'm I'm pulled over in the intercept lot on the poll after Snowmass, I know you have property in Vail, and we've got snow. I just wanted to make a comment. I was a maintenance engineer at the Ritz Carlton when the ownership of you probably know more about this than I do valley's notorious with with the Saudi influence. We have a huge I forgot the guy's name. He was the Saudi ambassador Ryozo bunch of property here now, but he sold it. But anyways, I just wanted to say that I hope we stand up to Saudi Arabia in the sense that as Americans we fought against what everything that that Saudi Arabia Stanford. I just wanna make a little quote from Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain that he made to the twelfth main before the battle of Gettysburg. And he said, no man is born for royalty. Here. We judge you. What you do? And not by what your father does. I just I'm a liberal guy. Todd. I listen to every Dan, I really agree with you. What you're saying about this? We need to hold them accountable. Wasn't this conservative your liberal, and this shouldn't be a conservative liberal thing? And it shouldn't be and it shouldn't be Trump doesn't wanna roughly feathers. So we got to go along with him. I'm sorry. We as Americans regardless of what side of the political aisle, you're on. You gotta stand up the crap. Now, by the way in Aspen. There was a Saudi prince. That had. He had that that fifty million dollar Aspen house, right? Wife worked at the floral shop that used to go up there, and I worked up there is a weed control specialist. Todd really guy's name. Hey, I'm looking right now, it was Saudi Prince Bandar. Basseterre of any. That's another thing that great bean. He paid off. Philanthropy went on. He gave a bunch of money to the school system to build a mansion that was why you wouldn't be able to build. Even if you have the money. By the way, the house the house was guess the most expensive single family residential property in the US at one point or on at least on the US market. I guess was once one hundred thirty five million it's sold. It looks like it sold for forty nine million and was Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan, is that we've talked. Remember too. Here in the valley. I mean, you've got it in bail. But the locals here Bandar is like you say that for like eight don't band army, man. Don't you think there's any chance that he ever stopped in for the truffle fries at the little Nell?.

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"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And I knew from Alaskans that I know just from re I needed to get bear spray. So when we landed in Anchorage, we went to the sporting goods store, I hooked up with hooked up with one of the sales people at my Anchorage Alaska affiliate, and they were kind enough to lend me a h and k nine millimeter, which I carried for my entire trip. So I had a gun because we were all over the place. We were in a motor home driving around and stay in the woods. So I wanted or nine mil I would have liked a little bigger, but I got an milk. Good enough. And I stopped the got hairspray. I also bought some hollow points for the night. Put some what some I think some Speer gold dots, which I like a lot and they feed brilliantly in my role ball nine mil anyway. So that's a little tiny pocket jobber. So I get the bear spray. We had the bears play. So I know all about bear spray, and you're not supposed to shoot a bear. It you should bear with a nine millimeter. You're gonna piss them off that was for other potential intruders like people, maybe so. I get the bear spray and the bear spray. He can fire from fifteen twenty feet away. And that's like the best thing unless you have a cannon or barren fifty Cal to keep the the bears away. So I know about bear spray. What happened at the warehouse for Amazon in New Jersey these damn robots, man. And again this HBO documentary that just hit like a week ago about the killer robots which I thought it was pretty good a little deceptive. Is this one thing? It was like the opening the story was about a Volkswagen worker that was pinned against the wall and killed in Germany by a robot. So it's not like the whole documentary was about robots that are killing humans, but more like killing jobs. It's kind of a metaphor not a whole whole shebang. Anyway, it was one of these robot machines that that takes the back and forth it punctured one of these bear repellant cans, and it's sprayed this bear spray all over the place at the Amazon facility. And Robbins Ville, New Jersey. And people were sickened people were taking more than four dozen workers was sick. And last night. It was actually in critical condition. Twenty-four hospitalized. And all because what these damn robots man, if it was a person with the person a punctured that bear spray, probably not but twenty four hospitalized over fifty were were sickened Osias on the case. The Jeff Bezos make a trip over to personally, see these people Maha Spital. Does he do that? Hey, so can you see if Basil's flew in to check out the his employees that got hurt. He he said the drone with with with get well cards. Okay. Very good. She's a. I I don't mind Amazon. But are they too big? They to monopolists that I'm kinda rooting for WalMart to jump into the competition bandwagon even greater now. Walmart has a similar thing setup can go to WalMart dot com. But again, it's about marketing, and I would love to see WalMart get a strong as Amazon online. We can just go there and order everything. But does it come down to the reason why we use Google versus being or other search engines, it's you know, it's become the verb Amazon's more like the verb to Google something. It's become the verb. When being in the other L do just as well. So can WalMart. Make a big dent. I mean, they've got the infrastructure. They've got the distribution the warehousing they've got the capital. So wolf I know they're trying to just reeducate and say, hey, instead of going to Amazon or if you use Amazon checkout, WalMart dot com and everything you can get on Amazon. Ultimately, you should be able to get WalMart with free shipping prime shipping type equivalent because ultimately it's going to be better for us the consumer in the form of competition and lower prices better service. So I really do want to see WalMart and other companies give Amazon online or run for their money. And I still I still have a lot of belief in support for brick and mortar and also for mom and pops. So so where do you want me to go? What line? Let me grab some all right. Let me go to Aspen, Colorado and Patrick Patrick. You're on Schnitt. Hello, pat. I don't believe I'm listening to you. I'm I'm pulled over in the intercept lot on the pull off the Snowmass. I know you have property in Vail. And we've got snow Todd. I just wanted to make a comment. I was a maintenance engineer at the Ritz Carlton when the ownership of you probably know more about this than I do after valley's notorious with with the Saudi influence. We have a huge I forgot the guy's name. He was the Saudi ambassador Ryozo bunch of property here Napster, but he sold it. But anyway, I just wanted to say that I hope we stand up to Saudi Arabia in the sense that as Americans we fought against what everything that taught that Saudi Arabia stands for and I just wanna make a little quote from Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain that he made the twelfth main before the battle of Gettysburg, and he said. No man is born for royalty. Here. We judge you by what you do. And not by what your father does. I just I'm a liberal guy. Todd. I listen to every Dan, I really agree with you. What you're saying about this? We need to hold them accountable. This I'm a conservative your liberal, and this shouldn't be a conservative liberal thing. And it shouldn't. And it shouldn't be all Trump doesn't want to ruffle any feathers. So we got to go along with him. I'm sorry. We as Americans regardless of what side of the political aisle, you're on. You gotta stand up the crap. Now, by the way in Aspen. There was a Saudi prince. He had that that fifty million dollar Aspen house. Right wife, worked his at the floral shop that used to go up there, and I worked up there is a weed control specialist Todd really the guy's name hang. I'm looking right now, it was Saudi Prince Bandar Basseterre of any. That's another thing. That's great. My bean he paid off. I mean, it was nice philanthropy went on. He gave a bunch of money to the school systems. Build a mansion. You wouldn't be able to build it. I mean, even if you have the money, you would they would take. By the way, the house the house was I guess the most expensive single family residential property in the US at one point or on at least the US market. I guess was once one hundred thirty five million it's sold. It looks like it's sold for forty nine million. And it was Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan, is that we've talked. Remember to Ben? Slam here in the valley. I mean, you've got it in bail. But the locals here Bandar is like you say that for like eight don't band army man, don't you think there's any chance that he ever stopped in for the truffle fries at the little Nell..

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"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Witnessed this. We have watched Lindsey grab just he is flat out angry at this. And to try to justify all the Saudis can do what they want all this guy, Houston, no bin Laden years ago. But also keep in mind that after nine eleven he was Khashoggi was violently against bin Laden and completely shredded bin Laden for the nine eleven attacks. And said he wanted no part of this guy. I think even read that he wished she didn't know him that this is a horrid. And I don't believe it was fake. I believe he meant that. I wouldn't be hanging with kashogi don't I'm sure share most of his ideologies. But the fact is he was a past. He was a payment to the kingdom, and you know, with that kind of absolute power dealing with, you know, model Ricky. You're dealing with the ability to really just say, and do whatever you want and point your finger and have someone killed with no consequences. That's what this crown don's fought. And ultimately what's going to happen? I don't think we know. But you've got Republicans Democrats, and listen, I'm upset this administration. We need to stand firmer and tell the Saudis this won't stand. This is this is an abomination kids rub folks out because he has nasty things to say about your kingdom. King prince. So the resolution is is out and we can put the full resolution if you want to read it. It just were better than this. The United States. We need to have a firm hand to demonstrate to the world that this is not acceptable. This is not civilized behavior. This is brutal. This is dick, Tori. And we can't let it stand regardless of whether you like this kashogi guy, whatever his previous history was. I had a guy call up the show was yesterday day before he's trying to make an argument that this kashogi guy was just as bad as bin Laden. What are you talking about? That is asinine. That is moronic to the tenth power. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine nationwide number here on Schnitt. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine somebody tell me what this is. Oh. What is that? I'm choking. I'm gagging coughing. I can't breathe. Ladies and gentlemen, that was Schnitt radio theater and a dramatization of the bear spray that got punctured and second folks at an Amazon fulfillment center in Robbins, Ville, New Jersey, I've I've driven by that. It's right off the turnpike. Runoff, the New Jersey turnpike, and he can see it right right off the side of the road, huge massive Amazon fulfillment where they're building a brand new one they're like doubling or tripling the capacity. For for Amazon and. They sell everything including bear spray. And I'm familiar with bear spray. Because when I landed in Alaska when we went on our trip by not this past summer, but the summer before we rented, a motor home, and we're going to be staying in campground areas and a US forest service US park service areas now we're going to be in the wilderness. And I I knew from Alaskan that I know and just from re I needed to get bear spray. So when we landed in Anchorage, we went to the sporting goods store hooked up. I with I hooked up with one of the sales people at my Anchorage Alaska affiliate, and they were kind enough to lend me a h and k nine millimeter, which I carried for my entire trip. So I had a gun because we were all over the place. We were in a motorhome driving around and staying in the woods. So I wanted to nine mil I would have liked a little bigger, but I got an milk. Good enough. And I I stopped the got hairspray. I also bought some hollow points for the night. What some I think some Speer gold dots, which I like a lot a feed brilliantly in my role Baugh nine mil anyway. So that's a little tiny pocket jobber. So I get the bear spray. We had the bears play. So I know all about bear spray, and you're not supposed to shoot a bear. It you should bear with a nine millimeter. You're gonna piss them off that was for other potential intruders like people, maybe so. I get the bear spray in the bear spray. He can fire from fifteen twenty feet away. And that's like the best thing unless you have a cannon, Barron. Fifty Cal to keep the bears away. So I know about bear spray. What happened at the warehouse for Amazon in New Jersey, these robots man, and again, this HBO documentary that just hit like a way to go about the killer. Robots which I thought it was pretty good. A little deceptive is there's one thing was like the opening the story was about a Volkswagen worker that was pinned against the wall and killed in Germany by a robot. So it's not like the whole documentary was not robots that are killing humans, but more like killing jobs, it's kind of a metaphor a whole whole shebang. Anyway, it was one of these robot machines that that take stuff back and forth it punctured one of these bear repellant cans, and it's sprayed this bear spray all over the place at the Amazon facility. And Robbins Ville, New Jersey. And people were sickened people were taking more than four dozen workers was sick. And last night. It was someone actually critical condition. Twenty four hospitalized. And all because what these damn robots man, if it was a person with the person a punctured that bear, spray, probably not. But twenty four hospitalized over fifty were were second Osias on the case. The Jeff Bezos make a trip over to personally see these people in the hospital. Does he do that? Hey, so can you see if bazo flew in to check out the his employees that got hurt. He he said the drone with with with get well cards. Okay. Very good. She's a. I I don't mind Amazon. But are they too big? They to monopolists that I'm kinda rooting for WalMart to jump into the competition bandwagon, even greater that WalMart has a similar thing. Set up. We can go to WalMart dot com. But again, it's about marketing, and I would love to see WalMart get a strong as Amazon online. We just go there and order everything. But does it come down to the reason why we use Google versus being or other search engines, it's you know, it's become the verb Amazon's more like the verb to Google something. It's become the verb. When being in the other they'll do just as well. So can WalMart. Make a big dent. I mean, they've got the infrastructure. They've got the distribution the warehousing they've got the capital. So WalMart, I know they're trying to just reeducate and say, hey, instead of going to Amazon or if you use Amazon checkout, WalMart dot com, and everything you can get on Amazon ultimately should be able to get a WalMart with free shipping, a prime shipping type equivalent because ultimately it's going to be better for us, the consumer in the form of competition and lower prices better service. So I really do want to see WalMart and other companies give Amazon online a run for their money. And I still I still have a lot of belief in support for brick and mortar and also for mom and pops. So so where do you want me to go online? Let me grab some all right. Let me go to Aspen, Colorado and Patrick Patrick. You're on Schnitt. Hello, pat. I don't believe I'm listening to you. I'm I'm pulled over in the intercept lot on the poll after Snowmass, I know you have property in Vail knowing and we've got snow Todd. I just wanted to make a comment. I was a maintenance engineer at the Ritz Carlton when the ownership of, and you probably know more about this than I do after Dow is notorious with with the Saudi influence, we have a huge forgot the guy's name. He was the Saudi ambassador does a bunch of property here after but he sold it. But anyway, I just wanted to say that I hope we stand up to Saudi Arabia in the sense that as Americans we fought against what everything that sought that Saudi Arabia Stanford. I just wanna make a little quote from Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain that he made to the twelfth main before the battle of Gettysburg, and he said. No man is born for royalty. Here we judge you by what you do. And not by what your father does. I just I'm a liberal guy. Todd. I listen to you every day, and I really agree with you. What you're saying about this? We need to hold them accountable. Wasn't this conservative your liberal, and this shouldn't be a conservative liberal thing? And it shouldn't. And it shouldn't be all Trump does want to ruffle any feathers. So we got to go along with him. I'm sorry. We as Americans regardless of what side of the political aisle, you're on. You got to stand up the crap. Now, by the way in Aspen. There was a Saudi prince that had he had that that fifty million dollar Aspen house, right? My wife worked his at the floral shop that used to go up there, and I've worked up there is a weed control specialist. Todd really guy's name. Hey, I'm looking right now, it was Saudi Prince Bandar. Basseterre of. That's another thing that great my being paid off the road for. I mean a lot of philanthropy went on. He gave a bunch of money to the school systems. Dime. A mansion that was why you wouldn't be able to build even if. Even if you have the money, you would they would. By the way, the house the house was I guess the most expensive single family residential property in the US at one point or on at least on the US market. I guess was once one hundred thirty five million it's sold. It looks like it's sold for forty nine million. And it was Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan, is that we've talked. Oh my God. I should remember to bend. Slaying here in the valley. I mean, you've got it in bail. But the locals here Bandar is like you say that for like eight band army man, don't you think there's any chance that he ever stopped in for the truffle fries at the little Nell..

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"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Oh. What is that? I'm choking. I'm gagging. I'm coffee. I can't breathe. Ladies and gentlemen, that was Schnitt radio theater and a dramatization of the bear spray that got punctured and second folks at an Amazon fulfillment center in Robbins, Ville, New Jersey, I've I've driven by that. It's right off the turnpike. The New Jersey turnpike, and you can see it right right off the side of the road, huge massive Amazon fulfilment where they're building a brand new one they're like doubling or tripling capacity. For Amazon and. They sell everything including bear spray. And I'm familiar with hairspray. Because when I landed in Alaska when we went on our trip by not this past summer, but the summer before we rented, a motor home, and we're going to be staying in campground areas and a US forest service, you know, US park service areas now we're gonna be in the wilderness. And I knew from Alaskan that I know and just from re I needed to get bear spray. So when we landed in Anchorage, we went to the sporting goods store hooked up. I with I hooked up with one of the sales people at my Anchorage Alaska affiliate, and they were kind enough to lend me a h and k nine millimeter, which I carried for my entire trip. So I had a gun because we were all over the place. We were in a motor home driving around and staying in the woods. So I wanted to nine mil I would have liked a little bigger, but I got an nine milk. Good enough. And I I stopped. They got bear spring. I also bought some hollow points for the night. Some what some I think some Speer gold dots, which I like a lot of a fee brilliantly in my role all nine mil anyway. So that's a little tidy pocket jobber. So I get the bear spray. We have the bears play. So I know all about bear spray, and you're not supposed to shoot a bear. It you should bear with a nine millimeter. You're gonna piss them off that was for other potential intruders like people, maybe so. I get the bear spray in the bear spray. You can fire from fifteen twenty feet away. And that's like the best thing unless you have a cannon or on a barren fifty Cal to keep the bears away. So I know about bear spray. What happened at the warehouse for Amazon in New Jersey, these robots man, and again this HBO documentary that just hit like a week ago about the killer robots, which I thought it was pretty good a little deceptive is there's one thing. It was like the opening the story was about a Volkswagen worker that was pinned against the wall and killed in Germany by a robot. So it's not like the whole documentary was about robots that are killing humans, but more like killing jobs. It's kind of a metaphor is a whole whole shebang. Anyway, it was one of these robot machines that that take stuff back and forth it punctured one of these bear repellant cans, and it's sprayed this bear spray all over the place at the Amazon facility. And Robbins Ville, New Jersey. And people were sickened people were taking more than four dozen workers was sick. And last night. It was someone actually critical condition. Twenty-four hospitalized. And all because what these damn robots man, if it was a person with the person a punctured that bear spray, probably not but twenty four hospitalized over fifty were were sickened Osias on the case. You know, the Jeff Bezos make a trip over to personally see these people hospital. Does he do that? Hey, so can you see Basil's flew in to check out the his employees that got hurt. He he said the drone with with with get well cards. Okay. Very good. Jeez. I I don't mind Amazon. But are they too big? They to monopolists that I'm kinda rooting for WalMart to jump into the competition bandwagon, even greater that WalMart has a similar thing setup. We can go to WalMart dot com. But again, it's about marketing, and I would love to see WalMart get a strong as Amazon online week just go there and order everything. But does it come down to the reason why we use Google versus being or other search engines, it's you know, it's become the verb Amazon's more like the verb to Google something. It's become the verb. When being in the other they'll do just as well. So can WalMart. Make a big dent. I mean, they've got the infrastructure. They've got the distribution the warehousing they've got the capital. So WalMart, I know they're trying to just re educate and say, hey, instead of going to Amazon or if you use Amazon checkout, WalMart dot com, and everything you can get on Amazon ultimately should be able to get at WalMart with free shipping, a prime shipping type quivalent because ultimately it's going to be better for us, the consumer in the form of competition and lower prices better service. So I really do want to see WalMart and other companies give Amazon online or run for their money. And I still I still have a lot of belief in support for brick and mortar and also for mom and pops. So so where do you want me to go? What line let me grab some all right? I'll let me go to Aspen, Colorado and Patrick Patrick. You're on Schnitt. Hello, pat. I don't believe I'm listening to you. I'm I'm pulled over in the intercept lot on the poll after Snowmass, I know you have property in Vail. Yeah. And we've got snow Todd. I just wanted to make a comment. I was a maintenance engineer at the Ritz Carlton when the ownership of, and you probably know more about this than I do after valley's notorious with with the Saudi influence. We have a huge I forgot the guy's name. He was the Saudi ambassador does a bunch of property here now, but he sold it. But anyways, I just wanted to say that I hope we stand up to Saudi Arabia in the sense that as Americans we fought against what everything that sought that Saudi Arabia Stanford. I just wanna make a little quote from Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain that he made to the twelfth main before the battle of Gettysburg, and he said. No man is born for royalty. Here we judge you by what you do. And not by what your father does. I just I'm a liberal guy. Todd. I listen to every Dan, I really agree with you. What you're saying about this? We need to hold them accountable. This I'm a conservative your liberal, and this shouldn't be a conservative liberal thing. And it shouldn't. And it shouldn't be all Trump doesn't want to ruffle any feathers. So we got to go along with him. I'm sorry. We as Americans regardless of what side of the political aisle, you're on. You got to stand up the crap. Now, by the way in Aspen. There was a Saudi prince that had he had that that fifty million dollar Aspen house. Right wife, worked his at the floral shop that used to go up there, and I've worked up there is a weed control specialist. Todd, really, what's the guy's name. Hey, I'm looking right now, it was Saudi Prince Bandar. Basseterre of any. That's another thing that great my bean he paid off. I mean, it was nice city. Did a lot of philanthropy went on. He gave a bunch of money to the school system. A mansion that was white. You wouldn't be able to build. Even if you have the money, you would they would. By the way, the house the house was I guess the most expensive single family residential property in the US at one point or on at least on the US market. I guess was once one hundred thirty five million it's sold. It looks like it's sold for forty nine million. And it was Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan, is that we've talked. God remember to then? Slang here in the valley. I mean, you've got it in bail. But the locals here Bandar is like you say that for like eight band army man, don't you think there's any chance that he ever stopped in for the truffle fries at the little Nell..

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"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Oh. What is that? I'm choking. I'm gagging. I'm coffee. I can't breathe. Ladies and gentlemen, that was Schnitt radio theater and a dramatization of the bear spray that got punctured and second folks at an Amazon fulfillment center in Robbins, Ville, New Jersey, I've I've driven by that. It's right off the turnpike. The New Jersey turnpike, and you can see it right right off the side of the road, huge massive Amazon fulfilment where and they're they're building a brand new one they'll like doubling or tripling the capacity. For for Amazon and. They sell everything including bear spray. And I'm familiar with bear spray. Because when I landed in Alaska when we went on our trip by not this past summer, but the summer before we rented, a motor home, and we're going to be staying in campground areas and a US forest service, you know, US park service areas now we're going to be the wilderness. And I knew from Alaskans that I know and just from re I needed to get bear spray. So when we landed in Anchorage, we went to the sporting goods store hooked up. I with I hooked up with one of the sales people at my Anchorage, Alaska, Philly, and they were kind enough to lend me a h and k nine millimeter, which I carried for my entire trip. So I had a gun because we were all over the place. We were in a motorhome driving around and staying in the woods. So I wanted to nine mil I would have liked a little bigger, but I got a nine mil good enough. And I I stopped the bear spring. I also bought some hollow points for the nightmare. What what some I think some Speer gold dots, which I like a lot a feed brilliantly in my robot nine mil anyway, so. And that's a little tiny pocket jobber. So I get the bear spray. We have the bears play. So I know all about bear spray, and you're not supposed to shoot a bear. It you should bear with a nine millimeter. You're gonna piss them off that was for other potential intruders like people, maybe. So I get the bear spray the bear spray you can fire from fifteen twenty feet away. And that's like the best thing unless you have a cannon or barren fifty Cal to keep the the bears way. So I know about bear spray. What happened at the warehouse for Amazon in New Jersey, these Deborah bots man, and again this HBO documentary that just hit like a week ago about the killer robots, which I thought it was pretty good a little deceptive is there's one thing. The opening story was about a Volkswagen worker that was pinned against the wall and killed in Germany by a robot. So it's not like the whole documentary was about robots that are killing humans, but more like killing jobs. It's kind of a metaphor is a whole. The whole shebang. Anyway, it was one of these robot machines that that take stuff back and forth it punctured one of these bear repellant cans, and it's sprayed this bear spray. All over the place at the Amazon facility in Robbins. Ville New Jersey. And people were sickened people were taking more than four dozen workers was sick. And last night. It was someone actually critical condition. Twenty-four hospitalized. And all because what these damn robots man, if it was a person with the person a punctured that bear spray, probably not but twenty four hospitalized over fifty were were sickened Osias on the case. The Jeff Bezos make a trip over to personally see these people hospital. Does he do that? Hey, so can you see bazo flew in to check out the his employees that got hurt. He he said the drone with with with get well cards. Okay. Very good. Jeez. I I don't mind Amazon. But are they too big? They to that. I'm kinda rooting for WalMart to jump into the competition bandwagon, even greater that WalMart has a similar thing setup. We can go to WalMart dot com. But again, it's about marketing, and I would love to see WalMart get strong as Amazon online. We just go there and order everything. But does it come down to the reason why we use Google versus being or other? Search engines, it's become the verb Amazon's more like the verb to Google something. It's become the verb. When being in the other they'll do just as well. So can WalMart. Make a big dent. I mean, they've got the infrastructure. They've got the distribution the warehousing they've got the capital. So WalMart, I know they're trying to just reeducate and say, hey, instead of going to Amazon or if you use Amazon checkout, WalMart dot com, and everything you can get on Amazon ultimately should be able to get at WalMart with free shipping, a prime shipping type equivalent because ultimately it's going to be better for us, the consumer in the form of competition and lower prices better service. So I really do want to see WalMart and other companies give Amazon online or run for their money. And I still have I still have a lot of belief in support for brick and mortar and also for mom and pops. So so where do you want me to go? What line on the grams? All right. Let me go to Aspen, Colorado and Patrick Patrick. You're on Schnitt. Hello, pat. Hard. I don't believe I'm listening to you. I'm I'm pulled over in the intercept lot on the poll after Snowmass, I know you have property in Vail knowing and we've got snow. How'd I just wanted to make a comment? I was a maintenance engineer at the Ritz Carlton when the ownership of you probably know more about this than I do ask the valley's notorious with with the Saudi influence. We have a huge I forgot the guy's name. He was the Saudi ambassador does a bunch of property here in after but he sold it. But anyways, I just wanted to say that I hope we stand up to Saudi Arabia in the sense that as Americans we fought against what everything that thought that Saudi Arabia Stanford. I just want to make a little quote from Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain that he made to the twelfth main before the battle of Gettysburg, and he said. No man is born for royalty ear. We judge you by what you do. And not by what your father does. I I'm a liberal guy. Todd. I listen to every Dan, I really agree with you. What you're saying about this? We need to hold them accountable. This I'm a conservative your liberal, and this shouldn't be a conservative liberal thing. And it shouldn't. And it shouldn't be all Trump doesn't want to ruffle any feathers. So we got to go along with him. I'm sorry. We as Americans regardless of what side of the political aisle, you're on. You got to stand up the crap. Now, by the way in Aspen. There was a Saudi prince. He had that fifty million dollar Aspen house. Right wife, worked his at the floral shop that used to go up there. And I've worked up there is a weed control specialist. Todd really guy's name hang. I'm looking right now, it was Saudi Prince Bandar Basseterre of any, you know. That's another thing that great bean. He paid off the ROY. I mean, it was nice city. Did a lot of philanthropy went on. He gave a bunch of money to the school system. Dime. A mansion that was why you wouldn't be able to build it. I mean, even if you have money you would. By the way, the house the house was I guess the most expensive single family residential property in the US at one point or on at least on the US market. I guess was once one hundred thirty five million it's sold. It looks like it sold for forty nine million. And it was Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan, is that we've talked. Oh my God. Yeah. Slann here in the valley. I mean, you've got it in bail. But the locals here Bandar is like you say that for like eight band army man, don't you think there's any chance that he ever stopped in for the truffle fries at the little Nell..

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"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"prince bandar bin sultan" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"About the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi kashogi usually potato potato. Bottom line is whatever political views that he had. We should in this. This will be a great exercise in keeping those several conflicting facts in our minds at the same time. Because I'm sure by now most of you have heard about his different political views. Some true some not true some questionable some factual. I mean who knows? The one thing that we do know. Is that it's wrong to kill muzzle or jail dissidents Saudi Arabia remains a repressive tribal society. It is the original source of the Sunni Islamist extremism that now plagues the world. Just a couple of facts that people. Tend to all wrapped around the axle about because Trump's either being too hard or is not being hard enough. Trump is trying to thread a needle here. Between Turkish president. Really wants to be the leader of the Islamic world. Forget there's there's some there's some name that. I'm not gonna try to remember. But I know there's there's some Islam eight name in ancient history of these vaulted leaders of the Islamic world. And it really has not been one of these for awhile. And he thinks that he is the next one or should be the next one. Turkey is an ally of the United States. Turkey is a member of NATO believe it or not. Saudi Arabia's an ally of the United States. And what I find funny ironic way is that people are coming down really hard on the Saudis ostensibly for killing Jamal kashogi while at the same time ignoring all of the things that doesn't Turkey. What we ought to recognize is that the Middle East with the exception of Israel is full despots, tyrants, and others. Were killings occur. All the time. The disappearance and presumed murder of Jamal kashogi has caused this kind of crisis of relations between the United States and Saudi Arabia part of that stems from his. I'm gonna say tenuous ties to the United States, and I say tenuous because he's not a United States citizen. He was a permanent legal resident museum green card. He was an off and on contributor to the Washington Post. I'm an off and on contributor to Fox News or FOX business. It doesn't mean that I've got some really high and mighty important relationship with Fox News or MSNBC, which I haven't been in a long time. We're CNN twenty four news out of Israel in any of these outlets that I appear on. Kashogi enters the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to sign some papers relating to his to his marriage. And then he never emerges again. By now, there are lured accounts. The claim that he was murdered in the consulate by fifteen man strong team that was flown in from Saudi Arabia. The previous day for the specific purpose of killing him when he came for his appointment at the consulate. That is almost exclusively. Turkish and Qatari narrative did includes claims that a pathologist on this team dismembered. His body. While he was still alive. Whether it's still on drudge or not, but I'll all over the interwebs their headlines about. Sounds tape recordings and you can hear all of these things. For their part the Saudis maintain the Shoghi left the consulate had nothing to do with his disappearance. They're walking that back a little bit and saying, well, maybe it was some rogue agents. Maybe some rogue employees. We don't know, but western mainstream media have mainly been presenting kashogi as a liberal journalists that opposed the regime of the purported Saudi modernizer and crown prince Mohammad bin Salman known as NBS crown prince envious. I'd like to know where that started is it just too hard to say Mohammed bin Salman. The western narrative goes. The NBA's had him killed because he really wasn't a modernizer modernizer at all accordingly. Envious show you kill. Arrival analysis has been doing the rounds. The kashogi was actually an Islamic extremists a former friend of Osama bin Laden, some of you sent me the picture from the nineteen ninety s of bin Laden in kashogi together in some desert. Outlet somewhere the show you as an acolyte of the Muslim Brotherhood. I don't doubt that. But he's a hater of Israel who called an all herbs to join the resistance against it. And who opposed crown prince NBS not because he was undemocratic. But because he was not Islamic enough. But even so. Why would NBS have kashogi killed in this complicated? Macabre and political exposed way. Why did it need fifteen men to do this? Why kill him at all? As was also reported kashogi criticisms of 'em Bs had been relatively mild. Sources that I'm beginning to read provide answers to some of these questions in an even more startling account. They say the kashogi was indeed still very much in his Llamas connected to the Muslim Brotherhood but much more significantly. He was intimately connected to the Saudi regime, which is bitterly opposed to the brotherhood. He was there for the ultimate insider that had gone rogue. One of these stories that I read says he was a Saudi intelligence service asset for more than twenty years. It was his report in nineteen Ninety-four. That'll some bin Laden was inextricably under the influence of Egypt and the brotherhood that convinced the Saudis bin Laden was a lost cause. How many of you have ever heard because all we ever hear are eleven of the. Of the nine eleven. The attackers were from were Saudis. Okay. How many MS thirteen gang members currently in the United States or Guatemalan? I mean, I think that's a fact without any much meaning to it. Kashogi work closely with the former directors of the Saudi intelligence agency, he worked with Prince Faisal he worked with Prince Bandar bin Sultan, and most importantly, he was the architect of Saudi intelligence Brigadier General Yusuf all Siri, those people had no problem with him being out of the country, but he knew a lot of intelligence secrets. So when he got too close to the Qataris into the Turks who are now, the arch enemies of the Saudis that's win to Shoghi really cross the line. Do you know, there's fiance a Turkey step lament is the daughter of a former adviser to Turkey's Islamist president Irwan kashogi started tweeting pictures of himself with Irwin's advisors. Remember Turkey in the Saudis or more, mortal enemies at this point. He was also planning to start a Turkey center funded by the Turks and the Qataris. Now, if you're getting way starting this llama centre, here's could be funded by the Qataris. And by the Turks does going to piss off the Saudis, but many of the dissenters the kashogi was championing whereas Llamas opposed to the attempts by NBS to modernize the Saudi economy and Saudi society..

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