Insights Into the Khashoggi Ordeal; Who and Why

Exploding the mythology that Khashoggi entered the Saudi embassy for a divorce certificate – and his female companion (who he first met in May 2018) was his fiancee.

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In this insane historical era in which we currently live, events, their causes and consequences do not necessarily follow this particular logical sequence of reporting and analyzing; and we have to get used to much worse.

To this effect, a week ago, it was almost impossible to work out who “killed” Khashoggi and why even though the financial and political and consequences were fairly obvious. However, the events of the few days that followed are beginning to shed some light for speculation about the how and why Mr. Khashoggi was killed and who did it.

In asking “how”, the question is not in relation to the gory details of how the man was physically murdered, but in the events that have possibly led to this fateful event. Some conspiracy theorists abound about there being no death or murder. Were he alive, given that the Saudi’s are under such extreme attack…

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3 thoughts on “Insights Into the Khashoggi Ordeal; Who and Why

  1. Given the fog of peace from our (and every other) State Department in this age of lies (the Age of Mendacity), who knows what is going on. In any case, whatever is negative will be declared the result of President Trump. Especially considering all of the accusations made against him at every turn, he is as or more honourable than his predecessors going back many administrations. Sir Henry Wotton (1568-1639), said something like, “An ambassador is an honest man sent abroad to lie for the good of his country.” That is a necessary element in statecraft, and I can’t begin to figure out what is happening here. Just some observations. Khashoggi was a Saudi, subject to the king and sharia and executed on Saudi territory (the Embassy.) Whatever happened however unpleasant, perhaps it is overplayed. Or perhaps not. Khashoggi was not Archduke Ferdinand.

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  2. Very astute comment. Marblenecltr. From the beginning, the whole case has smelled like some kind of intelligence retaliation – like Khashoggi was engaged in intelligence work for both sides – possibly a double or triple agent. And like you say, you rarely learn the truth about such activities.

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  3. Pingback: Insights into the (Jamal) Khashoggi ordeal… – The Underground Movement w/ DJ Blendz

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