Jamal Khashoggi occasionally wrote propaganda pieces for The Washington Post. He attacked his homeland of Saudi Arabia and condemned then-President Donald Trump. Khashoggi was an anti-American Islamic extremist whose goal was to destroy our relationship with the Saudi kingdom.
Independent Sentinel Nancy Pelosi issued a statement after the Biden intelligence agency released the recent Jamal Khashoggi report. She wrote in part: The chilling report from the Intelligence Community confirms what the world has long known: that Jamal Khashoggi was brutally murdered at the direction of top Saudi officials, including Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman.
The House Speaker doesn’t care about Jamal Khashoggi. Nor does anyone else in her administration or the press. He was a useful operative.
Khashoggi was a foreign agent indoctrinating Americans. The purpose was to turn U.S. policy against Saudi Arabia to favor the other side. Jamal Khashoggi occasionally wrote propaganda pieces for The Washington Post. He attacked his homeland of Saudi Arabia and condemned then-President Donald Trump.
The Washington Post even admitted in a December 2019 article that Jamal Khashoggi, who was killed in the Saudi embassy in Turkey, was writing propaganda for a Qatar-funded organization. Qatar is Saudi Arabia’s enemy. They’re no friends to the U.S. or Israel either.
This new report from the Democrats condemns the Saudi Prince. It launches the bad relations with the nation that they seem intent on having. Khashoggi’s death was weaponized. People don’t know him or anything about him except what the press prints. The press and the Dems insist you care, and they can make you think you care.
The Washington Post martyred Khashoggi, knowing he was Muslim Brotherhood and had been Osama bin Laden’s friend. The Post also knew of Khashoggi’s deep Qatar connections. They claimed they didn’t know he was an influencer for the nation. That was despite his constant anti-Saudi op-eds.
With the security studies group, the Federalist exposes the shocking role played out in the bowels of The Washington Post. Khashoggi was never a journalist but a highly-partisan operative. He worked with a handler to put out propaganda at the behest of the Emirate of Qatar.
On behalf of Qatar, Khashoggi’s goal was to end the Saudi war in Yemen, end the arms sales, cause a break in US-Saudi relations, and damage or depose the Crown Prince. It was all indoctrination and propaganda for terrorists in the Brotherhood. Qatar supports The Muslim Brotherhood, a terrorist organization. They also support Hamas.
The Post further used his brutal death to demonize conservatives, the President, and Saudi Arabia.
Khashoggi was operating in violation of the Foreign Agents Registration Act. The Washington Post attempted to change U.S. policy by colluding with these corrupt people. Turkey controlled the narrative, but it was Western media that promoted it.
Why is the media so in love with Jamal Khashoggi? Guessing isn’t hard. He hated Donald Trump. A one-time Saudi regime insider, Khashoggi also hated reformer Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Spectator In many respects, bin Salman’s regime has been revolutionary: he has let women drive, sided with Israel against Iran and curtailed the religious police. When Boris Johnson was foreign secretary, he said that bin Salman was the best thing to happen to the region in at least a decade, that the style of government of this 33-year-old prince was utterly different.
Khashoggi hated that Mohammed bin Salman was good news for Israel and the United States, as his firm anti-Iranian positions make him an important partner – and not only in the struggle against Iran. Bin Salman agrees with America on the need to thwart Russian influence in the region; to topple President Bashar Assad’s regime in Syria; and to act firmly against ISIS and other radical organizations, from the Muslim Brotherhood to Hezbollah.
Khashoggi never had much time for western-style pluralistic democracy. In the 1970s he joined the Muslim Brotherhood, which exists to rid the Islamic world of western influence. He was a political Islamic extremist until the end, recently praising the Muslim Brotherhood in the Washington Post.
Khashoggi frequently sugarcoated his Islamofascist beliefs with constant references to freedom and democracy. But he never hid that he was in favor of a Muslim Brotherhood arc throughout the Middle East. His recurring plea to bin Salman in his columns was to embrace not western-style democracy, but the rise of political Islam which the Arab Spring had inadvertently given rise to. For Khashoggi, secularism was the enemy.
Oh, NOES! I bet the Saudis are wringing their hands over Joe Biden’s threat to hold them accountable for ordering the murder of radical Muslim Brotherhood operative Jamal Khashoggi.