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Theresa May rejects 9/11 survivors appeal

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Theresa May has rejected an appeal from survivors of the 9/11 attacks to make public a suppressed report into the role of Saudi Arabia in funding Islamist extremism in the UK.

Earlier this summer, the British government announced it had decided not to publish the information, citing national security reasons and the “vast amount of personal information” it contained. 

Among those calling for Ms May to make public the report, which was commissioned by her predecessor, David Cameron, was a US group of survivors of the 9/11 attacks and relatives of some of the almost 3,000 people who were killed. 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/theresa-may-saudi-arabia-report-911-survivors-reject-terrorism-latest-complicity-a7898816.html

The report obviously contains significant information for this appeal to be rejected. 

I've had a suspicion for a while now regarding Saudi Arabia. I don't think our support of them makes sense when you consider just how intertwined they are with Al Qaeda, ISIS and Islamic extremism in general. I suspect that the Saudis have something they're holding over the heads of the US and UK. Maybe the threat of withdrawing all their trillions of dollars from US banks? That could potentially cause an economic collapse that would cripple the dollar and all who rely on it for trade, which is pretty much every country in the world. Whatever the reason, it's obvious the Saudis are untouchable.

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No suspicion at all, surely. They, to put it quite frankly, did it. The only question is, was it directly at the instigation of the Government, to draw Uncle Sam into doing their dirty work for them (destroying Iraq as a viable power, trying their hardest to do the same to Syria, and trying very hard to encourage them to do the same to Iran), supporting their little tribal squabble with Yemen, all through the means of pure and simple economic blackmail. Now obviously you wouldn't expect Ms. May, hanging on by a thread and totally fixated with brexit as she is, to put her head above the parapet, would you. 

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Do we really need to know what the report found? i mean seriously we all know Saudi Arabia bank rolls the mosques here in Europe and throughout the world - as a form of soft power to spread wahhabism.

They buy Billions of Dollars worth of Western military equipment to hold influence, they help counter balance Iran in the region and help to secure the shipping lanes of the Persian Gulf, Gulf of Aden, and Red sea on route to the Suez canal of which the majority of European seaborne trade flows.

Saudi Arabia will get their comeuppance and sooner rather than later,  once the Panama canal extension/improvements are complete the majority of world trade will flow through this route, and moving away from the suez canal, as our reliance moves away from oil so the revenue of Saudi Arabia will dry up they've got nothing else to offer the world with their wealth and economy based upon oil/gas.

We've already seen their desperation when America started fracking Saudi Arabia to protect their market share of oil/gas production, they took the action to drop the price of oil, Saudi Arabia as the lowest extraction costs in the world costing just $5 a barrel, no-one can compete - as prices compared to the US $24 barrel or UK $35 barrel, so they tried to make US fracking financially unviable, it didn't work, the US is now a net exporter of gas and oil, twenty years from now most of the western world will be generating their energy via green renewable technology, and Saudi will be in the cross-hairs, dropped like a stone. until then we'll play them like they play us. time for them is running out.

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