Saudi Arabia, owned by the Saud family, are telling the U.S. Government, they’ll wreck the U.S. economy, if a bill in the U.S. Congress that would remove the unique and exclusive immunity the royal owners of that country enjoy in the United States, against their being prosecuted for their having financed the 9/11 attacks, passes in Congress, and becomes U.S. law.
As has been well documented even in sworn U.S. court testimony, and as even the pro-Saudi former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton acknowledged privately, “Donors in Saudi Arabia constitute the most significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist groups worldwide.”
Sperry, author of Infiltration: How Muslim Spies and Subversives Have Penetrated Washington, published an article in the New York Post this weekend about “how the U.S. covered up the Saudi role in 9/11.” In that article, Sperry discusses many interviews with intelligence and law-enforcement officers who say “virtually every road” from the 9/11 attacks “led back to the Saudi Embassy in Washington, as well as the Saudi Consulate in Los Angeles” — but investigators were constantly told to back off from pursuing those leads.
Sperry said his book Infiltration documents “how the Saudi machine has financed a number of front organizations,” including — but not limited to — radical mosques. He expected the infamous “28 Pages” to fit neatly with the many other classified documents he reviewed when writing the book.
He thought the Saudis probably shared that expectation, given their surprisingly blunt threats to wage economic warfare against the United States if the documents are declassified.
“It’s an empty threat, but it shows just how worried they are, that this information is going to get out there, and they’re going to be held liable,” he said, adding that he’s been told “there’s enough information in those 28 pages to bring indictments against Saudi officials.”
“The Saudis’ fingerprints are all over 9/11, and yet our government has done everything to erase them, so the public can’t see them,” he charged. “You’re not just talking about locking up those 28 pages, but also the case agents I’ve talked to, who were working those 9/11 leads going back to the Saudis, were stymied at every turn. They were stopped from doing their jobs, when it came to the Saudis.”
“These 28 pages are explosive,” he said. “They name names of individuals complicit in the attacks. They’re all clearly identified – the facilitators and handlers for the hijackers, the financiers and bag men.”
“This is a monstrous scandal a political scandal, as well — one of the worst in our history, if not the worst,” Sperry continued. “It is so important to release those 28 pages, not just so the 9/11 families can finally get justice and closure, but also so we can end this suicidal phony alliance with Saudi Arabia.”
“We’re still sharing intel with them, at this moment, in our so-called War on Terrorism, that Obama won’t even call it that any more,” he pointed out. “We’re still arming them, sending weapon systems, JDAMs. We’re still rubber-stamping their student visas, to the tune of tens of thousands of these young Saudi men are still flooding our shores here, and supposedly going to our campuses — the ones that, you know, we can track. But yet the Saudis, they’re still funding jihadists, all around the globe, and they’re still building radical mosques here.”
“We’ve got to stop this madness. The Saudis are operating a massive counter-intelligence program against us, right here in America,” Sperry warned. “And we’re letting it happen.