Iran Does It Again, Saudi Crown Prince Murdered In NYC Hospital Bed – OpEd


Don’t you believe a word of what you’re hearing from the U.S. media about the Saudi Crown Prince dying today in a New York hospital.  Nor a word about his long term illness which allegedly killed him.  Those of us who’ve lapped up the convincing conspiracy theories spun by the Justice Department about Iranian terror plots against Saudi targets in the U.S. know what really happened today in New York.

Those wily Al Quds agents fed Arbabsiar to the FBI dogs last week in order to put them off the scent of their real prey, Crown Prince Abdul Aziz.  It was a masterful bit of sleight of hand too, convincing the feds that a drug-dealing, low-life scum plotted with Mexican drug assassins to bomb the Saudi ambassador while he ate felafel in a DC restaurant.  While the G-men were looking for Gholam Shakuri and on the trail of the $100K in bounty money, those clever IRG assassins slipped into the Crown Prince’s hotel room while his entourage wasn’t looking and pumped him with an overdose of his favorite whiskey and pigs in a blanket, mixed with a bit of Saudi crude to wash it all down.  The chatter  I hear is that he died with a smile on his face and the feds are none the wiser.

If FBI director Mueller and his boys read this don’t be surprised if you hear a press conference at which they’ll announce criminal charges against the Iranian assassins who offed the Saudi Crown Prince.

This article appeared at Tikun Olam

Richard Silverstein

Richard Silverstein is an author, journalist and blogger, with articles appearing in Haaretz, the Jewish Forward, Los Angeles Times, the Guardian’s Comment Is Free, Al Jazeera English, and Alternet. His work has also been in the Seattle Times, American Conservative Magazine, Beliefnet and Tikkun Magazine, where he is on the advisory board. Check out Silverstein's blog at Tikun Olam, one of the earliest liberal Jewish blogs, which he has maintained since February, 2003.

One thought on “Iran Does It Again, Saudi Crown Prince Murdered In NYC Hospital Bed – OpEd

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