This video says about itself:
Prince Al Waleed Luxury Boeing 747 INSIDE LOOK
9 January 2014
He is the founder, CEO, and 95%-owner of the Kingdom Holding Company. Arabian Business ranked him as the most influential Arab in the world.
In March 2013, Forbes listed Al Waleed as the 26th-richest man in the world, with an estimated net worth of US $20 billion. Prince al Waleed disputes the Forbes valuation, and believes his wealth to be $26 billion. Bloomberg later estimated his wealth as $30 billion. Arabian Business magazine estimated his wealth at $31.2B in December 2013.
The video is about the connection between Boeing corporation in the USA and a Saudi royal oil sheik, obscenely rich while there are so many poor people in that prince’s own Saudi Arabia, neighbouring Yemen and many other countries.
By Steve Sweeney in Britain:
Activists aim to clip Boeing‘s wings
Wednesday 2nd August 2017
Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) accused Boeing — whose 2016 revenues totalled $94.6 billion (£71.55bn) — of profiting from the bombing of Yemen, which has led to at least 10,000 civilian deaths and a cholera outbreak of almost a quarter of a million suspected cases and about 1,000 deaths.
Some 14 million people — 60 per cent of Yemen’s population — are now relying on food aid, with seven million at serious risk of starving to death. More than 80 per cent of the population urgently need some form of humanitarian aid.
London CAAT spokesman Phil McMahon said: “As the world’s second largest arms company, Boeing contributes to much harm around the world and has no qualms about selling weapons to countries with dubious human rights records.
“They will be among those pushing their deadly wares on anyone who will buy them at the DSEI arms fair in a few months’ time. DSEI is a stain on the UK’s human rights record and should not be darkening our shores ever again.”