Being cheated by an agency is normal in developing country. This is not the first case where people commit suicide due to what they are being promised is not what they actually get. I was hoping that the government will shutdown this crazy human trafficking agency. Seriously! They should do better than that and punish this people that the sole purp
War is good for military industries. Especially the US who keep feeding the Wahabi Saudi with weapons in order to get their ideals be implemented. In return, the Saudi will pay US with their oil or even worse, they borrow money from the IMF or World Bank. Something that happened couple months ago for the first time in history.
I ran across this article from Saudi Arabia. Though it affects only foreigners living there, they seem to be onto something: Foreigners who fail to report to work will be fined SR10,000, deported permanently and barred from returning to Saudi Arabia. That sounds like something American needs, for American workers. Something to get them out of this
What did I say in my previous post? War is good for business. US sold Jordan and Lebanon last week, and this week, drop a mother load to the Saudi Arabia. What else is new? The west need the middle east to be in the warring state so they can support the military industry. Of course with the backing of the central bank that keep printing money and t
"I hereby confirm that the telecom sector will be fully nationalized and urge citizens and expatriates to report any violation," he said. From my point of view it is sad to see an industry nationalized by any country. Especially sad is a high tech sector. An industry that flourishes on newness and change. Things that governments usually do poorly a
Yeah so! This is not supposedly a government jobs! Those workers went to Saudi under contract that they sign with an agency. C'mon, don't give the media and the people more crapola than what already occurred. The agency that responsible for the welfare along with the company that unable to pay this workers should be held responsible too. In the lon
I got nothing against the food drive, but isn't it better to help these people go back home instead stranded on Saudi Arabia? The mission is NOT accomplished until these people can go back to their home in India. Even better if the government can give them jobs to work there too. But that's another story.
So, almost 15 years later, they finally declassified the document. What a meatballs! The issue now at hand is not giving US residents who have any family members that died on that fateful day to sue the government of Saudi Arabia in US court, but why in the world it took them that long to declassified the material dated in 2002. If you think of it,
Elizabeth Trudeau Director, Press Office Daily Press Briefing Washington, DC July 15, 2016 Index for Today's Briefing FRANCE SOUTH SUDAN IRAQ/REGION/DEPARTMENT FRANCE/REGION SYRIA/REGION UKRAINE/RUSSIA DEPARTMENT SOUTH KOREA/JAPAN/REGION FRANCE IRAQ/REGION/DEPARTMENT EGYPT INDIA/PAKISTAN SAUDI ARABIA DEPARTMENT SAUDI ARABIA MIDDLE EAST PEACE CHINA
Elizabeth Trudeau Director, Press Office Daily Press Briefing Washington, DC July 14, 2016 Index for Today's Briefing LIBERIA SECRETARY'S TRAVEL/FRANCE/RUSSIA RUSSIA/SYRIA TURKEY/SYRIA RUSSIA/SYRIA SYRIA SAUDI ARABIA CHINA/PHILIPPINES/REGION EGYPT INDIA/PAKISTAN/REGION ISRAEL IRAN TRANSCRIPT: 2:03 p.m. EDT MS TRUDEAU: Hello, everyone.