Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Here's my take on this "pretend" Resolution which we all know will be vetoed:
When the Bill is vetoed by his warlordship, Americans, at least those that are not glued to reality TV and Kadashian's boobs, will perhaps ask themselves why their overlords would kill this Resolution when to all appearances KSA-sponsored Al Qaeda terrorists were responsible for the greatest atrocity of all time on American soil.
They will also perhaps puzzle over the veto and draw conclusions that would further embed the notion that the 9/11 attack was indeed a false flag operation masterminded by the US govt itself or in partnership with USA's favorite ally, Israel. Reason: To commence wars of aggression in the Mid East countries. Vetoing the Bill will tell Americans (the thinking ones anyway) that their government is afraid that Saudi Arabia will spill the beans on what really went on, on that fateful day. Americans will come to the realization, albeit very slowly and painfully, that if the Bill had been allowed to pass into law, there would have been consequences ... the TRUTH of 9/11 would be made a lot less foggier, courtesy the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
So there you have it. Obama is damned if he lets the Bill pass into law and he and his legacy is even more damned if he vetoes it.
All in all, I am loving it!
BREAKING: Bill Passes House Allowing Citizens to Sue Saudi Arabia for 9/11
— But It’s a Cruel Hoax
The U.S. House of Representatives, following the lead of the Senate, has passed a bill allowing Americans to sue Saudi Arabia over 9/11 only days before the attack’s 15th anniversary. The measure passed unanimously, without objection or opposition, but President Obama has promised to veto the bill.
House Resolution 3815, also known as the “Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act” or JASTA, creates an exception to sovereign immunity created by a 1976 law, which currently prohibits U.S. citizens from suing foreign countries for terrorism that kills Americans on U.S. soil. The unanimous vote in the House gives the Republican-dominated legislature the ability to override a promised veto from the White House....
President Barack Obama intends to veto bipartisan legislation
that would allow the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia, according to the White House.
“So the President feels quite strongly about this. And our concern is not limited to the impact it could have on a relationship with one country, but rather it could have an impact on our relationship with every country around the world in a way that has negative consequences for the United States, for our national security, and for our men and women in uniform,” noted White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest on Monday.
“That is still the plan. The President does intend to veto this legislation,” responded Earnest when asked if Obama still planned to veto the bill....
Gulf States Condemn Bill Permitting 9/11 Families to Sue Saudi Arabia
A group of Persian Gulf states denounced legislation passed by the U.S. Congress last week that would allow the families of Sept. 11 victims to sue the Saudi Arabian government over its alleged links to terrorism.
The head of the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council, Abdullatif al-Zayani, said in a statement Monday that the bill stands “contrary to the foundations and principles of relations between states and the principle of sovereign immunity enjoyed by states,” Reuters reported.
Qatar and the United Arab Emirates also publicly condemned the legislation. UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan said in a statement that the law would negatively impact international efforts to combat terrorism.
The House unanimously passed the bill on Friday, roughly four months after the Senate approved the legislation in May. Congressional leaders called the legislation a “moral imperative.”
Republican and Democratic lawmakers along with a number of 9/11 families have implicated Saudi Arabia in the Sept. 11 attacks given that 15 of the 19 terrorists who participated were Saudi....