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WikiLeaks: President Obama's Entire Cabinet Was 'Hand-Picked' by Saudi Prince

Saudi Arabian Prince Al-Waleed chose every single Obama cabinet member

By: Jay Greenberg  |@NeonNettle
 on 28th November 2017 @ 6.45pm
saudi prince al waleed hand picked every member of obama s cabinet according to wikileaks © Neon Nettle / Press
Saudi Prince Al-Waleed hand-picked every member of Obama's cabinet according to WikiLeaks

Wikileaks has revealed that "every single member" of President Obama's cabinet was "hand-picked" by Saudi Arabia's Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal in 2008.

According to Julian Assange's whistle-blowing organization, the influential Saudi Arabian billionaire used his power and influence over Citigroup to meddle in US politics and install political puppets who would push policies that benefitted his own country's interests.

Al-Waleed was arrested on November 5, 2017, following a sweeping crack-down on corruption by the new Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman. 

His arrest has drawn attention from both the media and the general public, who have taken a particular interest in his life and ethos, shining a spotlight on specific information that had previously been buried.

Squawker reports: Owning significant amounts of stock in Twitter, Lyft, and Citigroup, Al-Waleed had gone into business with some of the world’s most powerful men, including Gates, Rupert Murdoch and Michael R. Bloomberg.

Certainly, one would presume that such a man would be untouchable. 

Mr. Trump famously accused the Islamic leader of being a “dopey prince” trying to control our U.S. politicians with daddy’s money.”

Al-Waleed has meddled in U.S. politics in the past, most remarkably with the ascent of President emeritus Barack H. Obama to his former position of global power. 

The late African-American political leader and businessman Percy Sutton, in an interview with reporter Dominic Carter, explained how Al-Waleed’s “principal adviser,” Dr. Khalid al-Monsour, introduced him to the future president and had inspired him to become his pedagogical benefactor. 

This, however, if taken as isolated could potentially be understood as a simple act of charity; however, the story doesn’t end there. 

Al-Waleed is Citigroup’s largest individual shareholder. Citigroup, for the uninformed, is an enormous multinational investment bank based in New York City. 

The company, according to documents on WikiLeaks, “submitted to the Obama campaign a list of its preferred candidates for cabinet positions in an Obama administration [2008]. This list corresponds almost exactly to the eventual composition of Barack Obama’s cabinet.” 

Having had a direct hand in Obama’s college education and cabinet selection, Al-Waleed is far from uninvolved with American politics. 

Will the arrest of Al-Waleed lead to more unraveling mysteries?

Many questions have been answered already, and one can only assume that this arrest will lead to more exposure of hidden agendas.

tags: Wikileaks | Obama

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