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Islamic Oil Money Feathers the Nest of Quisling Politicians and Other Western Bigwigs

Reader comment on item: Why Politicians Pretend Islam Has No Role in ISIS
in response to reader comment: self interest

Submitted by Domenic Pepe (United States), Mar 15, 2015 at 18:20

Many politicians and other islamist apologists do not criticize the crimes, violence, and psychopathology of islam, and speak of islam as a "peaceful" religion because they do not want to offend the wealthy saudi "royal" family and other wealthy OPEC islamic blackmailers. They do not want to offend this ilk because they, like the clintons, want some of the saudi/islamic/OPEC largess that is passed out in order to keep criticism in check. Many government officials and politicians and business and academia bigwigs feather their nests with various highly lucrative forms of remuneration such as contracts and speaking fees from the saudis and others. These quislings have betrayed their own country and should be charged with treason.

The clinton foundation, through bill and hillary, are truly vile for amassing hundreds of millions of dollars from the saudis and other totalitarian anti-American islamic enemies who surreptitiously fund and sponsor terrorism and islamic/sharia hatred around the world. Thus, the greedy feathering of one's nest from islamic oil money coffers is another reason that American politicians and others pretend islam has no role in islamic inspired violence.


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