JoAnne Moretti – Proof Negative Radio Show: REAL Patriot News 11/6/17
Last night, I was on radio discussing the Las Vegas shooting and the connection to what is happening in Saudi Arabia.
They are connected.
I’ll start at the beginning.
There was a King Fasal who had a son, Prince Alwaleed, bin Talal.
King Fasal took ill and named his brother Salman as king in his place.
King Salman has named his son an heir to the throne, instead of his brother’s son Prince Al Waleed.
Al Waleed is a Wahabbi. Salman is Suni.
Wahabbi is extreme Islam.
Salman wanted a more mo
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ern, non extreme Islam for Saudi. That’s why he named his own son as heir.
In Las Vegas, Prince Al Waleed owned the upper floors of the Mandalay Bay resort, including the 32nd floor that was one of the points of shooting at the strip.
I say one of the places, because the witnesses were all correct. There were other locations too.
The Mandalay Bay has a heli-pad on the roof. That is important, because that was the escape route after the carnage.
Paddock was a pilot. He was also a gun runner between the Philippines and the US.
He was running guns for Prince Al Waleed.
He didn’t win at the casino. Those millions came from smuggling.
On the night of the attack, I found out that King Salman was in Las Vegas. (I didn’t know that part until after the show and I received a missing piece of info.
Salman was at the Tropicana.
Paddock was victim one.
Others were used to shoot at the country music venue.
That was to create chaos and distract from the real target over at the Tropicana.
Al Waleed’s assassins shot from Mandalay bay, but they also were at the Tropicana trying to kill Salman.
That explains why there were shooters on the ground as well as in the air.
Remember the videos of the helicopter fly over.
I asked why a helicopter would be there when there was a shooter high up.
It wasn’t news, or cops.
It was the assassins who ran up the stairs to the roof from the 32nd floor.
Remember they sealed the door to the stairwell?
Paddock had access to the service elevator, because the boss said he could use the elevator.
Nobody questioned him.
Meanwhile the assassination attempt on Salman failed.
Now we are seeing the result of the failed attempt.
It was not only an assassination attempt and a terror attack, but an attempted coup in Saudi.
This is why everyone shut up in Las Vegas.
The response is still ongoing.
You are watching it play out.
As I said, I spoke on air about this.
I will post links in comments to prove my story.
Las Vegas was definitely a terror attack.
Al Waleed, the owner of the suite was who is behind all of it.
All the witnesses citing multiple shooters all told the truth.
There were shootouts along the strip and in Mandalay Bay & Tropicana hotels.
The reason nobody is talking is it’s not over yet.
Credit to Nancy Kennedy for providing the missing link. (un-vetted information from 4chan)
There is a perfect helipad at the top of the Mandalay, right at the hub. Here is a pic from Google Earth.
A campaign of mass arrests of Saudi Arabian royals, ministers and businessmen expanded on Monday after a top entrepreneur was reportedly detained in the biggest anti-corruption purge of the kingdom’s affluent elite in its modern history.
The reported arrest of Nasser bin Aqeel al-Tayyar followed the detention of dozens of top Saudis including billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal in a crackdown that the attorney general described as “phase one”.
Saudi banks have begun freezing suspects’ accounts, sources told Reuters.
Dozens of people have been detained in the crackdown, which have alarmed much of the traditional business establishment. Billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, Saudi Arabia’s best-known international investor, is also being held.
CIC Saudi Arabia Verified account @CICSaudi Nov 4
VIDEO of Crown Prince
From the stately rows of palm trees on its 52-acre grounds to the grand double staircase to the glittering ballroom chandeliers, it is easy to see why the six-year-old Ritz-Carlton in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, has played host to billionaires, heads of state and members of the Saudi royal family.
Which is why it is all the more jarring that former government ministers, prominent businessmen and members of the royal family — the House of Saud — are being held captive in the five-star hotel, which was swiftly converted over the weekend into what is almost certainly the world’s most luxurious prison.
The Ritz-Carlton hotel in Riyadh on Saturday, as the arrests of prominent Saudis was about to begin.
@BakedNorwegian 5h5 hours ago (Midnight, right after the show)
“I had a feeling when i saw this video whoever they were protecting and let slip out was powerful, it also makes sense why there were multiple shootings places it was meant to be a mass distraction to get the Saudi players.” – AHardimon
@FoxBusiness 3h3 hours ago
FILE – In this Feb. 4, 2014 file photo, Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, waves as he arrives at the headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank city of Ramallah. (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed, File) (AP)
Saudi banks freeze accounts of suspects detained in probe: sources fxn.ws/2y9lqk6
11:10 PM – 6 Nov 2017
Bloomberg Verified account @business 3h3 hours ago
Prince Alwaleed is $1.2 billion poorer since he was arrested in a Saudi crackdown bloom.bg/2j79HA0
10:55 PM – 6 Nov 2017
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is still very wealthy, but even the mega-rich would balk at losing more than $1 billion in 48 hours.
His net worth fell to $17.8 billion after the market value of the Saudi investment firm he founded plummeted $1.3 billion this week. Kingdom Holding Co.’s stock closed on Monday at the lowest level since December 2011.
@ABC 4h4 hours ago
Pres. Trump expresses confidence in Saudi leaders amid anti-corruption push. “They know exactly what they are doing”
9:57 PM – 6 Nov 2017
In a two-part Twitter message sent from Tokyo, Trump said he has great confidence in King Salman and the crown prince, adding some of the arrested people “have been ‘milking’ their country for years!”
The Trump administration had been quiet about the unprecedented arrests of dozens of Saudi Arabia’s most powerful princes, military leaders and ministers, which are widely being seen as a consolidation of power by the nation’s 32-year-old crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman. The crackdown began Saturday with little warning.
Trump News 24/7 @MichaelDelauzon 5h5 hours ago
Humiliation of the Saudi billionaire and his fellow princes photographed sleeping on bare mattresses for corruption.
9:28 PM – 6 Nov 2017
Trump News 24/7 @MichaelDelauzon 5h5 hours ago
9:35 PM – 6 Nov 2017
Bloomberg @business 4h4 hours ago
Major hotels are being forced to grapple with politics in Saudi Arabia, China, and the U.S. bloom.bg/2zmpAXe
9:39 PM – 6 Nov 2017
Hotels used to be gauged by the campaign strategy that won the presidency for Bill Clinton: it’s the economy, stupid. Nowadays, politics may determine their future.
Here are some hotel companies caught up in shifting political winds globally:
Hilton – Five months ago, another high-profile arrest, in China, of Anbang Insurance Group Co.Chairman Wu Xiaohui, raised doubts about whether Anbang would proceed with its plan to convert Manhattan’s landmark Waldorf Astoria hotel into luxury condominiums.
Strategic Hotels – Wu’s detention also raised questions about the future of Anbang’s Strategic Hotels unit, which it bought last year for about $5.5 billion. Strategic owns 15 resorts and hotels around the country, including the JW Marriott Essex House in New York and Westin St. Francis in San Francisco.
Trump Hotels – The U.S. presidential election a year ago — and the surprise victory of hotel owner Donald Trump — ushered in an era of politics over economics in hotel occupancy. His Washington property was a constant backdrop for campaign events and it got an immediate boost as political and business types, domestic and international, flocked to the Pennsylvania Avenue property after the election.
Marriott – In Saudi Arabia, Alwaleed and other Saudi princes are believed to be held at the five-star Riyadh Ritz-Carlton, which is owned by the Saudi government and operated by Marriott. A hotel employee who answered the phone cited “an unforeseen booking by local authorities” and said Marriott was assessing the situation.
Who does Kusher fit in? The money. He was following the money. He isn’t involved. He’s a whistleblower. He’s a money guy. He sees when big money is moving, missing, and back again. Kushner took the proof to King Salman. – JAMoretti / SNolen
Second Saudi prince Abdul Aziz confirmed dead, killed in gunfire while resisting his arrest on Saturday
Twitter is abuzz with the reports of death of yet another Saudi prince. Prince Abdul Aziz, 44, was the youngest son of King Fahd.
The ArabicAlIthad News later quoted a Saudi Royal Court release saying that the Saudi royal family mourned the death of the prince who died at 44. It however did not cite a reason for the death.
@williamcraddick Nov 4
Fun fact: Alwaleed bin Talal owns the Four Seasons, which in turn owns floors 35-39 of Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman removed a host of prominent officials in a sweeping crackdown, in which dozens of princes and former ministers were detained. News outlets, including Saudi-owned Al Arabiya and The Wall Street Journal, reported Bin Talal was among those arrested. CNBC could not immediately confirm Bin Talal’s status.
They seemed untouchable. The head of a huge construction conglomerate. A prince who led Saudi Arabia’s elite national guard. A billionaire investor who was one of the richest people in the world.
But in one breathtaking stroke, the men were detained by the Saudi authorities in a purge that began Saturday night and swept up some of the most powerful and recognizable names in the country, including members of the Saudi royal family, cabinet ministers, titans of media and industry, and former officials. The detainees included Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, a wealthy investor who owns major stakes in such companies as Twitter and Citigroup, according to an associate of his family.
Stephen Paddock was an undercover arms dealer involved in gun running entrapment scheme similar to Fast and Furious‘
HERE’S WHAT HAPPENED LVMPD
(ID: MaEh0Stq) 4Chan
The LVMPD knows the motive behind the attack, but the FBI will not allow us to release the motive because it implicates the FBI in illegal arms deals and supplying arms to ISIS terrorists within U.S. borders.
Stephen Paddock was an undercover FBI agent who participated in multiple illegal arms deals in the Las Vegas area in a gun running entrapment scheme similar to Fast and Furious. Paddock thought he was engaging in another routine arms transfer, but ISIS had learned about the entrapment scheme and Paddock’s true identity. They killed him and carried out the massacre, and then fled the scene.
Everything is being kept under extreme wraps because 1) armed ISIS terrorists are still at large and 2) this is very embarrassing to the FBI and they don’t want their scheme to become public knowledge.
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