November 8, 2018
You’d think Saudi Arabia would just chill out and lay low for a bit.
But you’d be wrong.
Since everyone is already mad at them, they figured it was time to just get it all over with at once, like ripping off a band-aid.
So they went ahead and started killing journalists again.
Another dissident journalist has reportedly been tortured and killed in Saudi Arabia.
Turki Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Jasser is said to have been murdered in jail a month after Jamal Khashoggi was slaughtered in the kingdom’s Istanbul consulate.
News site The New Khaleej reported Al-Jasser’s death on Saturday quoting human rights sources. The report has not been confirmed.
Human rights groups say the Saudi government believed Al-Jasser secretly ran a Twitter account called Kashkool, which exposed human rights violations by officials and the royals.
Saudi spies in Twitter’s regional HQ in Dubai unmasked him and he was arrested in March, according to reports.
Twitter is responsible for the death of this journalist.
They are clearly infiltrated by foreign, meddling governments trying to subvert free speech. They should do an internal investigation. And let this be a lesson to you edgy kids out there.
Twitter and all the other big tech companies are chock-full of Israeli and other foreign intelligence agents. Even if they weren’t authoritarian leftists, they’re also simply compromised.
On some level, you just gotta respect Prince Salmon’s (often called “MBS” by Westerners) hatred for journalists. At this point, I wouldn’t be surprised if CIA reports started coming out talking stairs of death and death camp masturbatoriums and lampshades made out of journalists’ skin being sold in Saudi Arabia.
This guy doesn’t mess around.
So many journalists, so little time!
Trump should invite the Prince to America, have like a dinner together with the cameras present and talk about how much he… respects Jim Acosta. Then he can wink at the camera for good measure as Salmon begins menacingly sharpening his bone saw.
All I’m saying is that Saudi Arabia are our allies and partners and committed defenders of freedom and democracy in the Middle East. In fact, we like Prince Salmon so much, we need him in America, working as the Press Secretary or something.
He’s good with lists and making sure every journalist gets a chance to speak… once.