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 John Galt    973

Saudi authorities have arrested Mohammed Hussein Al-Amoudi a duel national with Saudi and Ethiopian citizen and is reportedly the second richest Saudi, after Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal.

While bin Talal’s arrest has gained most media attention. Al-Amoudi’s arrest is especially important because it could potentially destabilize the economy of an entire country, according to Middle East Eye.

Al-Amoudi, who is also known as “the Sheikh”, has invested in almost every sector of Ethiopia’s economy, including hotels, agriculture and astrology.

According to a leaked diplomatic cable from 2008 “the Sheikh’s influence on the Ethiopian economy cannot be underestimated.”

In the nearly ten years a since then it has become even harder to estimate the exact value of Al-Amoudi’s total investment in Ethiopia, which is among the fastest developing countries in Africa. One analyst estimated the value of the Sheikh’s investment at $3.4 billion, which represents 4.7 per cent of Ethiopia’s current GDP.

Although they acknowledge that Chinese people who are heavily investing in Ethiopia have now a much larger stake than Al-Amoudi in Ethiopia, analysts suggest that even if the government is not in a state of panic at present, there would definitely be future concerns about the extent to which a conflict with Saudi Arabia would affect the Ethiopian economy.

https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20171123-saudi-arabia-arrests-second-richest-man-in-kingdom/

 

War-time movement.

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 Cinnamon    22,993
49 minutes ago, John Galt said:

Al-Amoudi, who is also known as “the Sheikh”, has invested in almost every sector of Ethiopia’s economy, including hotels, agriculture and astrology.

So, he can bring down the entire economy of Ethopia because of his investments. This could happen here, too, if they keep allowing giant companies (some that are food producers!) to be sold out to foreign countries. 

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 John Galt    973
4 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

So, he can bring down the entire economy of Ethopia because of his investments. This could happen here, too, if they keep allowing giant companies (some that are food producers!) to be sold out to foreign countries. 

We are being used as a farm, and that is one of our 'exports'.

The literal industry in itself. This principle can be used in various ways with any colonized/proxy nation.

Certainly shows the objective direction when witnessed though.

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 coco    481

Hmm.  Ethiopia huh?  Home of the black Hebrews that the Israelis are notorious for disliking?

 

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 John Galt    973
6 minutes ago, coco said:

Hmm.  Ethiopia huh?  Home of the black Hebrews that the Israelis are notorious for disliking?

 

Yes. It certainly is.

Thank you coco :) 

Ancient Christians..

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 apache54    4,883
12 hours ago, Cinnamon said:

So, he can bring down the entire economy of Ethopia because of his investments. This could happen here, too, if they keep allowing giant companies (some that are food producers!) to be sold out to foreign countries. 

he  (or she)who control the food of the masses controls the masses!!

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 Cmonsense101    279
16 hours ago, John Galt said:

Saudi authorities have arrested Mohammed Hussein Al-Amoudi a duel national with Saudi and Ethiopian citizen and is reportedly the second richest Saudi, after Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal.

While bin Talal’s arrest has gained most media attention. Al-Amoudi’s arrest is especially important because it could potentially destabilize the economy of an entire country, according to Middle East Eye.

Al-Amoudi, who is also known as “the Sheikh”, has invested in almost every sector of Ethiopia’s economy, including hotels, agriculture and astrology.

According to a leaked diplomatic cable from 2008 “the Sheikh’s influence on the Ethiopian economy cannot be underestimated.”

In the nearly ten years a since then it has become even harder to estimate the exact value of Al-Amoudi’s total investment in Ethiopia, which is among the fastest developing countries in Africa. One analyst estimated the value of the Sheikh’s investment at $3.4 billion, which represents 4.7 per cent of Ethiopia’s current GDP.

Although they acknowledge that Chinese people who are heavily investing in Ethiopia have now a much larger stake than Al-Amoudi in Ethiopia, analysts suggest that even if the government is not in a state of panic at present, there would definitely be future concerns about the extent to which a conflict with Saudi Arabia would affect the Ethiopian economy.

https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20171123-saudi-arabia-arrests-second-richest-man-in-kingdom/

 

War-time movement.

This is highway robbery by bin salman. He is forgetting that those rich folks he arrested have relatives both in Saudi Arab and abroad capable of assasinating bin salman and co. A potential for civil war in Saudi Arab is very ripe.

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 coco    481
3 minutes ago, Cmonsense101 said:

This is highway robbery by bin salman. He is forgetting that those rich folks he arrested have relatives both in Saudi Arab and abroad capable of assasinating bin salman and co. A potential for civil war in Saudi Arab is very ripe.

Yes it is.  And his father is certainly aware of it, even if he is not.  Is he truly that smug?  Does he have a protection plan of sorts?  Does he have a martyr complex?  Is his personal guard Mossad?

As far as a civil war, a lot of ordinary people seem to like him.  The Shia minority in the East thinks he's the best thing since french toast as they can, for the first time in living memory, openly celebrate the prophet's birthday.  How will that play out when/if he goes to war with Iran?

The Ethiopia thing is huge too.  But all of the African continent is about to change.  It bears watching.

Bin Salman's actions seem completely contradictory.  There has to be far more going on than we know.  

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 John Galt    973
16 minutes ago, Cmonsense101 said:

This is highway robbery by bin salman. He is forgetting that those rich folks he arrested have relatives both in Saudi Arab and abroad capable of assasinating bin salman and co. A potential for civil war in Saudi Arab is very ripe.

I don't think it will happen because of Sophia.

Top class protection, and of course Mossad has his back too. How do you think 'Saudi' Arabia was created? :) 

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