Meet Prince Muhammad Bin Salman (known as MbS) 32 years old.
He’s young, he’s a reformer, and as of June 2017 was named the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. According to Saudi traditions there was a chain of succession, and the next in line to be king should have been Crown Prince Muqrin. With King Salman’s health failing, he deviated from the expected norm, and named young MbS as the Crown Prince. This created quite a stir with the Saudi royal family. Also with the Kings poor health this left Prince Muhammad Bin Salman in charge.
You might have noticed a lot of happenings in Saudi Arabia, and a lot of changes. Women can now drive because of him. He also brought the first ever Comic Con convention to Saudi, to the city of Jeddah. Also on the agenda are monster truck rallies, and pro wrestling. He dreams someday of building a mega city where people of all faiths are welcome and robots outnumber the people.
He also is in favor of major economic reforms. Reforms in which do not rely on only oil, and he has the support of President Trump:
‘On the day he became Crown Prince, U.S. President Donald Trump called Mohammad bin Salman to “congratulate him on his recent elevation”. Trump and the new crown prince pledged “close cooperation” on security and economic issues, according to the White House, and the two leaders also discussed the need to cut off support for terrorism, the recent diplomatic dispute with Qatar, and the push to secure peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Mohammad bin Salman told the Washington Post in April 2017 that without America’s cultural influence on Saudi Arabia, “we would have ended up like North Korea.’
Cool dude huh!
On the forth of November a major shakeup occurred within the Saudi Royal Family. Called the “Saudi Purge”, Prince Muhammad Bin Salman decided to crack down on corruption within the Royal family. He had stated earlier that he would do this and not hesitate to go after Saudi’s top officials. He did just that. He ‘drained the swamp’ in Saudi Arabia. This also removed all opposition to his claim to the crown.
Prince Talal is a ‘Saudi businessman, billionaire, investor, philanthropist, and a member of the Saudi royal family. He was listed on Time magazine’s Time 100, an annual list of the hundred most influential people in the world, in 2008.’
‘ He is the founder, chief executive officer and 95-percent owner of the Kingdom Holding Company, a Forbes Global 2000 company with investments in companies in the financial services, tourism and hospitality, mass media, entertainment, retail, agriculture, petrochemicals, aviation, technology and real-estate sectors. The company had a market capitalization of over $18 billion in 2013. Al-Waleed is Citigroup’s largest individual shareholder, the second-largest voting shareholder in 21st Century Fox, and owns Paris’ Four Seasons Hotel George V and part of the Plaza Hotel. Time has called him the “Arabian Warren Buffett”. In November 2017 Forbes listed Al-Waleed as the 45th richest man in the world, with an estimated net worth of $18 ‘billion.
In addition to the above he is invested in AOL, Apple, Motorola and Fox Broadcasting Company. It’s interesting to note, among his physical assets is a yacht once used in sever James Bond movies, purchased from Donald Trump.
It’s fair to say that President Trump knows both of these men. Trump has had nothing but praise for young Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, and once referred to Prince Alwaleed bin Talal as “dopey”.
Now let’s take a look at a hotel in Las Vegas. I promise you all these elements will come together by the end of this post, so please bear with me.
Ever heard of the Four Seasons Hotel?
It’s actually a ‘hotel within a hotel’ and occupies 5 floors, Floors 35 through 39, of the Infamous Mandalay Bay. Saudi royals like to stay there whenever they travel to Las Vegas. Prince Talal and Bill Gates are the owners.
Now let’s put all this together in a story. The story is based on both verifiable facts and answers (and commentary) provided by the numerous anons on Reddit, 4chan, and 8ch based upon the questions asked of Q_Anon.
On the night of the 1st of October Prince Muhammad Bin Salman is on vacation in Las Vegas.
As Saudi Royalty does when they are in Vegas he is staying at the Four Seasons Hotel owned by his cousin Prince Talal.
He decides he wants to dress as a regular guy and go do some gambling, so he dons a T shirt and makes his way to The Tropicana.
He does not know his Cousin (Prince Talal) as well as others in his family have a plan to remove him by assassination.
Supporting link (but a questionable news source): Saudi Prince Admits He Had Snipers At Mandalay Bay During Shooting
It had been arraigned for a team of assassinations to meet with Steven Paddock in the Mandalay Bay, a few floors down from the Four Seasons for the arms needed to do this. It has been estimated there may have been as many as 20 or more assassins for this task.
The plan was simple get the guns, get the ammo, go upstairs and kill Prince MbS in a daring raid.
But The plan went wrong; the prince is not where they had planned for him to be, and the Mandalay Bay security guards start sniffing around.
Some assassins go after Prince MbS at the Tropicana, but at this point they only have handguns, and not received their rifles from Paddock yet.
A firefight takes place in the Tropicana.
Prince MbS was escorted by armed security away and escapes. He is unharmed. Video
Other assassins are stuck in the room with Paddock with a room full of weapons, but only a handful of loaded magazines.
They decide to attempt a diversion in order to escape, and in doing so they kill Steven Paddock and start shooting at the crowd below.
They also shoot at the fuel tanks across the way at the airport in an attempt to make a huge explosion. This plan fails as well
Eventually they either shoot themselves, or are killed by Vegas PD.
The bodies were removed, and the blame is placed on Paddock.
So was this an attempt at a coup for the crown of Saudi Arabia? It’s a fantastic story isn’t it. Yet it’s completely plausible, and supported by facts. It is also a story that Q_Anon has alluded to with his questions.
Shortly after the night of 1 October the Saudi Purge happened and many of Saudi’s princes were locked up, including Prince Talal. Another Prince, the son of the previous Crown Prince was killed in a helicopter crash while attempting to flee the country.
So does this have any significance to Biblical Prophecy?
It’s hard to say and so many well respected end times teachers have so many differing views. Generally most teachers lump Saudi Arabia with other Middle Eastern countries in prophetic passages.
In Ezekiel 27:21 we read this:
‘Arabia and all the princes of Kedar were your favored dealers in lambs, rams, and goats; in these they did business with you. (ESV)’
So we know Saudi Arabia will be integrated in our worldwide economic system in the last days.
We also read in Revelation 6:6:
‘And I heard what seemed to be a voice in the midst of the four living creatures, saying, “A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius, and do not harm the oil and wine!” (ESV)’
I often wondered if the oil was petroleum, and not cooking oil.
In an old Rabbinic commentary called the Yalkut Shimoni there is an interesting commentary on the book of Isaiah:
“Rabbi Yitzchak said: ‘In the year in which the Messiah-King appears, all the nations of the world are provoking each other. The King of Persia (Iran) provokes an Arab king and the Arab king turns to Aram for advice. And the King of Persia (Iran) goes back and destroys the entire world. And all the nations of the world are in panic and distress and they fall upon their faces and are seized with pains like those of a woman giving birth, and Israel are in panic and distress and asking ‘where shall we go? Where shall we go?,’ and He says to them ‘my sons, do not fear; all that I have done, I have done only for you. Why are you afraid? Do not fear, your time of redemption has come, and the final redemption is not like the first redemption, because the first redemption was followed by sorrow and servitude under other kingdoms, but the final redemption is not followed by sorrow and servitude under other kingdoms.”
Are events leading up to a larger Middle Eastern war against Iran? Certainly seems like things are going that way.