Asylum: where princes, what princes say, and what princes think don’t matter.
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When they k--led the prince’s brother for being too dark skinned did they dissolve him in acid or grill him up on a tandoori and eat him like they did to that reporter?
Oops I said acid. My bad.
Try getting an invoice paid by Aramco. I'm surprised that anyone still does business with Aramco without getting paid first.
Lots of hype about housing for Aramco Saudi empoyees. Housing not built by the tens of thousands of Highly Educated Qualified Saudis because building things is hard, following plans is confusing, keeping track of what gets put where in what order is an insurmountable task best done by poor foreign workers. Educated Saudis are best qualified to watch things being built, not build. They are also not qualified to pay for it themselves but expect Aramco and the government to do it for them.
AZMEEL workers were also building NEOM the magical city of robots.
But and alas: they were working for Saudis, who in the paradise of Saudi Arabia do not believe in paying their debts or their workers.
These workers found themselves abandoned, not paid for months, but again, because they are working for Saudis their wonderful, fair, holy, and grateful hosts kept them trapped in Saudi, with no “visa” or permission to exit.
Part 4 tomorrow
Be patient. You well know what’s coming next.
What’s the point?
Part 2: Aramco awards Azmeel for being a great contractor
Azmeel: contracted to build housing complexes for Aramco employees
We should talk about Ajyal and the workers there. I’m sure that’s OK
I think the saudis want no part of this site. They’ve all disappeared. Too much effort. We aren’t helpless teenage girls or old reporters.
عائشة كانت التاسعة
Someone has indigestion. Maybe bbq too much. Antacid may help.
Can we use the word sanctions?
Is the prince ordering acid baths again?