This Week in the World Affairs Brief


After enjoying decades of protection among US leaders the corrupt Saudi monarchy is finally facing much need criticism and scrutiny after the torture and murder of exiled Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. As evidence of the shocking brutality emerges, the Trump administration is being forced to reassess its long-standing, uncritical support of the regime—at least superficially. But I don’t think anything will change. As the news and rumors of torture and live dismemberment of Khashoggi emerged, Trump initially lashed out at Saudi Arabia and threatened all kinds of sanctions. But it didn’t take long for Trump to start backtracking and find excuses for the Saudis. No doubt his globalist advisors reminded him of how important our “ally” is in the (phony) War on Terror. The Deep State is dependent on Saudi Arabia’s military and monetary support for radical Islamic terrorists the US backs in Syria. Trump likely knows of that Saudi support, but doesn’t understand that this aid flows to both the claimed “moderate” terrorists and their cousins in crime, ISIS. This week, I’ll also analyze the growing confrontation between Trump and the column of illegal immigrants from Central America headed for the US border, financed by globalist sources. To receive a one-time free sample copy of the brief, email us at editor at

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