Blackwater founder Eric Prince is a Knight of Malta.
Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) is a friend of Jared Kushner.
Arrests have been made immediately AFTER Kushner and Trump officials secretly visited Saudi Arabia.
Trump supported the arrest:
….Some of those they are harshly treating have been “milking” their country for years!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 6, 2017
Donald Trump’s top foreign adviser and friend Joseph Schmitz is not just a former boss of Blackwater, but also a Knight of Malta.
Trump’s Education Secretary Betsy Devos is the sister of Blackwater founder Eric Prince.
Anti-establishment? Draining the swamp?
It is all a show!
As I’ve told you before the election…
Trump is a Freemason and Illuminati puppet, just like the Bushs, the Clintons, Obama, Merkel, May, Macron, etc.
If I had to guess, then I would say that all of this is possibly about getting rid of people that would NOT 100% support the coming great war (WW3), leading to the total destruction of their country and its people, which is quite the opposite of what some mainstream and alternative news outlets want to tell us.
What I am totally convinced is, is that all of this is done in preparation for WW3.
Mohamed Bin Salman’s (MBS) royal Saudi coup is still in the making and its stories of mystery and intrigue are unfolding.
Some recent articles written about this unprecedented Saudi development have focused on whether or not MBS was actually desirous of instigating reform within the kingdom of sand and capable of putting together the infrastructure that made such reform possible and how. Other more cynical articles have cast little doubt on his ability to create any change and classified him as yet another puppet of the legacy that his grandfather King Abdul Aziz, the founder of the Saudi dynasty, has forged with the West. In between the two extremes, many perhaps waited in anticipation to see what was to happen next in the now quick-changing kingdom that did not change at all in essence for nearly a hundred years.
To put recent developments into perspective, we must objectively look at MBS’s achievements and failures since his rise to prominence; with a special emphasis on the developments of the last few weeks.