Biden: We Don’t Punish State Leaders until they outlive their usefulness to the US Regime and the Saudi Milk Cow isn’t dry yet

During his campaign, Biden had promised to make Saudi Arabia a “pariah” state for the Khashoggi killing and other abuses.

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World: US President Joe Biden has defended his decision not to impose any sanctions on Saudi Arabia’s crown prince in the murder of his critic, US-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi, in a move that rights groups say signals “permanent impunity” for the royal leaders.

US intelligence agencies acknowledged in a report last month that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) authorized the team of Saudi security and intelligence officials that killed Khashoggi in the country’s consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, back in October, 2018.

Biden, however, said he was not going to hold the prince accountable for the murder.

“We held accountable all the people in that organization – but not the crown prince, because we have never, that I’m aware of … when we have an alliance with a country, gone to the acting head of state and punished that person and ostracized him,” Biden told ABC News on Wednesday.

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3 thoughts on “Biden: We Don’t Punish State Leaders until they outlive their usefulness to the US Regime and the Saudi Milk Cow isn’t dry yet

  1. The Saudis have obviously paid Biden & Co. whatever blackmail amount they demanded – and thus, are now free to continue as normal.

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  2. Pingback: Biden: We Don’t Punish State Leaders until they outlive their usefulness to the US Regime and the Saudi Milk Cow isn’t dry yet — The Most Revolutionary Act | Vermont Folk Troth

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