DHS Gives Special Security Clearance To Saudi Arabia But Not To Germany Or France

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The relationship between the high-ranking people in the government in the United States and their counterparts in Saudi Arabia and some other despotic Sunni governments is a story that Americans are never able to completely comprehend. The story is simply never told. We know that there is a relationship between the House of Saud and the House of Bush. We know that the Clintons also have a relationship of some kind. Recently, information surfaced that indicated that Obama may have been sponsored in his adult schooling by money from Saudi Arabia. But all we have are hints and guesses. It can lead almost anywhere.

Fox News reported last night,

“Sources voiced concern about the decision to the Investigative Project on Terrorism, which issued a report Wednesday on the under-the-radar announcement – which was first made by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano after meeting in January with her Saudi counterpart. According to the IPT, this would be the first time the Saudi government has been given such a direct role in fast-tracking people for entry into the United States… Only an exclusive handful of countries enjoy inclusion in the Global Entry program — Canada, Mexico, South Korea and the Netherlands. According to the IPT, some officials are questioning why Saudi Arabia gets to reap the benefits of the program, when key U.S. allies like Germany and France are not enrolled; Israel has reached a deal with the U.S., but that partnership has not yet been implemented.”

Basically, this allows Saudi authorities to investigate people who want to fly to this country and give them “trusted traveler” status after deciding they are low risk. This will allow them to bypass normal customs lines.

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