The Muslim World IV - The Saudi Arabia Revolution:
An example of power, good willness, willness, and awareness,
he is a king. an example of loving his own nation: Radical Against Corruption and blackmailing. - Who demonstrates that we can win the war against evilness, an example the rest of the world show try, radical against corruption and blackmailing:
The West, like Israel, should welcome radical change, so long as he doesn't start a war with Iran. SOURCE:
When Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia rounded up 500-head of royals and billionaires last weekend and tossed them into luxury confinement, it was more than just a power grab by a young man in a hurry. It was a revolution."... SOURCE:
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The prince must be careful and wisdom, even if he is acting on good will and doing things right, media is fiercely attacking him.
"We have ties that are indeed partly covert with many Muslim and Arab countries, and usually (we are) the party that is not ashamed,” Mr Steinitz said.
November, when his government arrested scores of Saudi princes and businessmen on charges of corruption and threw them into a makeshift gilded jail — the Riyadh Ritz-Carlton — until they agreed to surrender their ill-gotten gains. You don’t see that every day.
“My father saw that there is no way we can stay in the G-20 and grow with this level of corruption. In early 2015, one of his first orders to his team was to collect all the information about corruption — at the top. This team worked for two years until they collected the most accurate information, and then they came up with about 200 names.”
Not a single Saudi I spoke to here over three days expressed anything other than effusive support for this anticorruption drive; the mood among Saudis I spoke with was: “Just turn them all upside down, shake the money out of their pockets and don’t stop shaking them until it’s all out!” - “We are privileged to be the generation that has seen the before and the after.” The previous generation of Saudi women, she explained, could never imagine a day when a woman could drive and the coming generation will never be able to imagine a day when a woman couldn’t.
“But I will always remember not being able to drive,” she told me. And the fact that starting in June that will never again be so “gives me so much hope. It proves to me that anything is possible — that this is a time of opportunity. We have seen things change and we are young enough to make the transition.”
This reform push is giving the youth here a new pride in their country, almost a new identity, which many of them clearly relish. - Awesome.
Saudi Arabia’s Arab Spring, at last
Friedman wrote favorably about Bin Salman in the piece entitled “Saudi Arabia’s Arab Spring, at Last.”
The column focused on Salman’s stated efforts to modernize Saudi Arabia, which include allowing women to drive and fighting corruption.
Friedman offered very little critique in the article towards Bin Salman, and when he did it was about the crown prince’s tendency to rely on an inner circle and maintain too many goals.
“Over multiple courses of lamb in Riyadh, the Saudi Crown Prince easily convinced Tom Friedman that he’s a genuine reformer, mega-popular dude, and an all around super awesome guy,” foreign affairs journalist Avi Asher-Schapiro tweeted.
And that is what I was talking about, some of the media will attack the Saudi Arabian evolution, why? Because they know is effective and a good example of anti-corruption. Can't they see they're just people with a new vision of their nation? A step into the future?
You need to be blind to miss the fact he's cleaning his country of corruption and giving hope and connecting Saudi Arabia's Culture to the world. That's why some don't like him. Even the same Saudi Arabian are happy to see this anti-corruption process, and evolution. The question is, who and why don't like the wellness of Saudi Arabian people? The conspiracy will try to destroy the good things done by him or anyone else. The conspiracy and the corruption are the enemy, not Saudi Arabia. Of course the bad guys will talk shit, that's why we need to keep evidences against evil.
This other one is good:
The broader message — aimed at the public sector as much as the traditional private sector — is that the authorities will not tolerate corruption in the new Saudi Arabia being shaped under Vision 2030, in which graft, bribery and backhand deals will be a thing of the past. So, it’s not a shakedown at all — but it is a very big shake-up.