Saudi Arabia Threatens to Dump $750 Billion in US Assets if Congress Passes ‘9/11 Bill’

Saudi Arabia Threatens to Dump $750 Billion in US Assets if Congress Passes ‘9/11 Bill’

When Saudi Arabia threatens to damage its own currency in order to stop a bill from moving forward in the US House of Representatives, people tend to notice.

Where there is smoke there's fire and Saudi Arabia has a mushroom cloud of guilt billowing over it right now.

In 1976, President Gerald Ford signed The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act into law and until events following the September 11th attacks on the the World Trade Center, Americans have learned very little about this powerful act.

Essentially, The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act prevents US Courts from trying foreign governments.

This has become an issue when US leaders want to explore Saudi royal family members possibly funding terrorist networks.

The FBI and CIA have gone to great lengths to hide some information in the 9/11 Report and many are wondering what these two agencies are trying to conceal.

In the background of this cover-up, is the Saudi Arabian government raising a stink over some of their royal family members being investigated.

Please see the next page for details on the Saudi threats and the US desire for clarity.

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