Newcastle United football and murderous Saudi prince


This video from Britain says about itself:

Newcastle expect green light for Saudi takeover despite human rights backlash

Thursday, 16 April 2020

The consortium close to completing a takeover at Newcastle United does not expect the Premier League’s owners and directors test to pose any problems but Amnesty International has raised serious concerns about Saudi Arabia’s involvement. The Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia (PIF) has joined forces with the Yorkshire-born financier Amanda Staveley and the UK-based Reuben Brothers to reach a £310m agreement with Mike Ashley to end his ownership.

Today, the Belgian daily Het Laatste Nieuws headlines (translated):

Newcastle United football club‘s princely takeover soap: Prince Andrew‘s ex, Kim Kardashian‘s friend and a murderous prince

The ex-lover of Prince Andrew is British millionairess Amanda Staveley. Kim Kardashian’s friend is Carla Dibello. The ‘murderous prince‘ is the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammad bin Salman; guilty of murderous war against the people of Yemen, and widely considered to be guilty of murdering journalist Jamal Khashoggi and other Saudi subjects.

See also here.

Amnesty International warns Newcastle United against becoming property of Mohammad bin Salman: here.

Human rights organisation concerned Saudis could continue putting kids to death despite law changes: here.

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