The purge, is something that's clearly happening across the globe, in multiple governments, in multiple nations, in multiple continents; and now there's news that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has once again brought down justice on more of the corrupt mongrel Princes in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
This new report is a stunning turn of events for the Crown Prince, who continues to remove the threats to the world which existed within his ranks; bringing both good tidings to the planet and an effort to make the KSA great again.
In a statement from the Saudi Attorney General; Saudi Arabia said on Saturday that it has indeed arrested a group of 11 Princes, all who held an anti-government demonstration at the Qasr al-Hokm Royal Palace.
The protest occurred after the government halted payment of their electricity and water bills, in which the greedy Princes knew that they were on a hit list for their corruption.
While only the Crown Prince knows exactly what their crimes are, there's been reports of <a href="https://www.sgtreport.com/articles/2018/1/2/saudi-prince-al-waleed-bin-talals-ex-wife-tells-all-orgies-with-underage-girls-drugs-bangladeshi-children-traded-as-sex-slaves">underage orgies, sex-slaves, with many of the Princes having ties to child sex trafficking</a> (“PedoGate”), and a multitude of other degenerate criminal activities involving many of the Kingdom's Princes for several months.
The corrupt Princes have been demanding compensation, <i>“for a death sentence that was issued against one of their cousins”</i>, the statement said, adding that the cousin was convicted of murder and executed in 2016.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, a close ally and personal friend of the President of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump; apparently knows more than the general public, as he continues to cleanse his nation of the filth that has corrupted the planet.
Under the Crown Prince, Saudi Arabia is modernizing, with new austerity measures and the easing of social restrictions that his supporters say are intended to modernize the country and diversify its economy.
Women are being given more rights, as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia moves into the 2018 Era of peace and resiliency.
In November, the government arrested dozens of influential Saudis, including princes, cabinet ministers and business tycoons, detaining them at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Riyadh, the Saudi capital.
Officials said the arrests were part of a determined effort to root out corruption, but the unprecedented sweep also threatened to upend the kingdom’s delicate and decades-old balance of power, analysts said.
The Cabal that was in place, of what most believe are Moloch Worshipping Pedophiles, and Globalist evil; is nearly gone from the nation, as we witness the birth of a strong ally of America in the newly born Saudi Arabia.
According to <a href="https://www.reuters.com/article/us-saudi-reforms-arrests/eleven-saudi-princes-detained-following-protest-media-idUSKBN1EV09B">Reuters</a>, Saudi Arabia, which is the world's top oil exporter, has introduced new reforms that include reducing energy subsidies, introducing value-added tax, and also cutting some of the perks to Royal Family members to try to cope with a drop in global crude prices that has caused a budget deficit estimated at 195 billion riyals ($52 billion) in 2018.
The new changes ensure that the people of Saudi Arabia are beginning to tip the scales in their favor, where Royals are no longer untouchable to commit the crimes they've been accused of.
"Despite being informed that their demands are not lawful, the 11 princes refused to leave the area, disrupting public peace and order. Members of a security services stepped in to restore order and the princes were arrested," the public prosecutor's statement said, without identifying the Princes arrested.
"Following their arrest, they have been charged on a number of counts in relation to these offenses. They are detained at Al-Hayer prison south of the capital pending their trial."
<a href="https://www.cbsnews.com/news/princes-arrested-saudi-arabia-protest-riyadh-dubai/">CBS</a> reports that the former Royal Princes were sent to Ha'ir prison, a large maximum security facility south of the capital, Riyadh, run by Saudi intelligence services, where criminals, militants and al-Qaeda terrorists are held.
Think of it as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Guantanomo Bay. A magical place, where these sick people deserve to stay.
As <b>”The Storm”</b> brews; the calm is no longer with us.
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