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Saudi Prince Giving Away His Money Buying Immortality For The Democrats?

Sunday, July 5, 2015 10:11
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Judi McLeod / Canada Free Press

There should be no big mystery as to why Alwaleed bin Talal, the Saudi prince Bill Gates talked into giving away all his money to charity, is dumping his riches.

No one’s given away all of his money since the last saint more than 2000 years ago.

Charity is no longer as conventional as it once was.  In the case of the notorious Clinton Foundation, charity eloped with power and has never been the same.

Is Prince bin Talal, whose $32 billion fortune makes it possible, about to buy immortality for the Democrats?

Now that Barack Obama’s made good on his promise to fundamentally transform America, progressives the world over are looking to the Democrat’s Act II. Gung-ho to cling onto DC power forever, the Democrats may now have $32 billion to control the 2016 election and any that come thereafter.
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal’s money is going to charity, and there’s no doubt that the “Send $5” Democrats have spent their last seven years being a charity,

Hillary will no longer have to have her goons corral and rope-lasso reporters when conducting her meet-the-taxpayer   walk-a- bouts like she did yesterday in New Hampshire.  (See surrealistic photo proof, shared on Twitter and Snapchat from which there was no reporter but only public outrage. Pictures of uncomplaining roped-in reporters and the potential for roping in elections with billions of dollars should serve as proof positive that the next president being Democrat is all but inevitable. 

Before nominating Bill Gates for the Noble Peace Prize, Prince bin Talal was trying to throw his money around as far back as 2001 when Mayor Rudy Giuliani turned down his $10-million check in the aftermath of 9/11.

That didn’t stop the Arab prince—who likes watching CNBC—  from giving his money to a plethora of American and UK universities – including Harvard, Cambridge and Edinburgh.

“High-profile investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal owns a swath of stakes in private and public companies in the U.S., Europe and the Middle East, mostly through Kingdom Holding Co., 5% of which is listed on the Saudi Stock Exchange. Holdings include stakes in Twitter, Citigroup, hotel management companies Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, Movenpick Hotels & Resorts and Fairmont Raffles Holding, as well as hotel real estate such as the swanky Hotel George V in Paris and a stake in the Savoy Hotel in London. Kingdom Holding announced in early February 2015 that it had sold most of its stake in News Corp in the first half of 2014. The Prince also owns extensive Saudi real estate and other assets outside of Kingdom Holding. In February 2015, Alwaleed launched Al Arab, an Arab-language TV news channel in Bahrain, which the government shut down less than 24 hours after the launch, reportedly due to a licensing problem. A spokesperson for the Prince didn’t reply to Forbes’ request for comment about the channel, but in late February the Financial Times reported that the Bahrain government had requested a permanent shutdown of Alarab. (Forbes)

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