Justice for Jamal Khashoggi, Boycott Twitter/Saudi

By Ron’sSpot.org

Boycott Twitter

Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has increased its stake in Twitter over the last six weeks to 5.17%, making him the second biggest shareholder after former CEO and co-founder Evan Williams.

Alwaleed, one of the richest men in Saudi Arabia, bought a 3% stake in the company in 2011 before it went public in 2013. The current stake of 35 million shares is worth $1 billion, and includes 30 million shares owned directly by the prince and five million by his Kingdom Holding Company.

Source: Saudi prince now owns 5% of Twitter

Boycott FOX News

How ironic is it that the FOX News where Sean Hannity has been howling about Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf wanting “Sharia law” to replace our existing laws is the very same FOX News whose parent company, the Rupert Murdoch controlled News Corporation, has as its second largest shareholder Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal

Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch has partnered with Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal to launch a new 24-hour news network for the Arab world, a move that has drawn mockery from Murdoch’s critics and questions from media experts.

The new channel, based in Saudi Arabia, “will focus on development in Saudi Arabia and the Arab world on the political, economic and social fronts,” Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the world’s 19th-wealthiest person according to Forbes, said in a statement.

Source: Sharia Prince Owns Stake In FOX News Parent

Boycott Coca-Cola 

Aujan Coca-Cola Beverages Company (ACCBC) and Rani Refreshments (RR) were established in 2012 following the successful establishment of a partnership between The Coca-Cola Company and Aujan Industries.

RR is the trademark owner to premier beverages brands including Rani and Barbican, while ACCBC is an authorized manufacturer and distributor of its products in 15 countries across the Middle East and North Africa. ACCBC is also the licensed manufacturer in the Middle East for VIMTO.

Rani soft drink maker Aujan, an affiliate of Coca-Cola Co

If you have accounts with these firms close them: JPMorgan Chase & Co / Morgan Stanley / Citigroup Inc.

The American executives will want deals. Some, like Jamie Dimon, chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co., and Morgan Stanley boss James Gorman, already have agreements to advise oil giant Saudi Aramco on its initial public offering, which may be the largest ever. JPMorgan and Citigroup Inc. helped arrange a $17.5 billion Saudi bond sale last year and a $9 billion Islamic bond issue in April. This weekend the banks will aim for more contracts as the Saudis prepare to sell other state assets.

If you own these stocks sell them: Boeing Co. / Lockheed Martin Corp. / General Electric Co. / Halliburton Co.

Boeing Co. CEO Dennis Muilenburg and Lockheed Martin Corp. head Marillyn Hewson will be looking to cement defense sales. Aramco could sign at least 10 deals with companies including General Electric Co. and oil field-service businesses Schlumberger Ltd. and Halliburton Co. to open manufacturing plants in the kingdom, people familiar with the plans say.

WHAT’S NEXT?

Write, call, let your voice be heard:

Western support of regimes that murder people for apostasy can only exist in the shadows. If you vote for your local representatives on the basis of their standing on realpolitik and morally repugnant deals that are justified by some vaguely defined “national interests”, a lot of “friends” will have to change their ways.

What can your Congress member do? 

1.) Domestic oil and gas production – the more the better.
2.) Nuclear energy in addition to renewables – hydrocarbons should not be used to produce electricity for large networks, period.
3.) Base arms (weapons) sales on human rights abuses/progress.

To call your Member of Congress: US Capitol Switchboard (202) 224-3121 To locate your Member on-line: U.S. House of Representatives: www.house.gov U.S. Senate: www.senate.gov

What can you do?

Switch to a hybrid car.

Don’t visit Saudi Arabia.

Walk or ride a bike whenever possible.

Ride the bus, the train and carpool as often as possible.

Boycott dates.

To call Fox News, dial 1-888-369-4762. This is also the phone number provided for offering news tips.

Be prepared to go through a series of phone prompts when you dial the number. These prompts will direct you to the person or department you need to speak with.

The main address for Fox News Channel is 1211 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10036.

Fox News lists emails for its many programs so that viewers can send comments to hosts or show producers. The general email for comments is yourcomments@foxnews.com. All emails end with @foxnews.com. Here is the list:

You can reach Sean Hannity at hannity@foxnews.com and
Reach Geraldo  atlarge@foxnews.com.
America’s Newsroom w/ Bill and Martha can be emailed at americasnewsroom@foxnews.com.
Email Cavuto on Business at cavuto@foxnews.com
Email friends@foxnews.com for Fox & Friends.
Fox News Specials can be reached at fncspecials@foxnews.com
Fox Report can be written at foxreport@foxnews.com

If you live outside the United States but watch Fox News on the Internet or on television, let them know by sending an email to FOXaroundtheworld@foxnews.com.

Twitter Phone Number (415) 222-9670 Corporate Offices

Address Twitter, Inc. 1355 Market St. Ste. 900San Francisco, CA 94103

Address The Coca-Cola Company
P.O. Box 1734
Atlanta, GA 30301, USA

(800) 438-2653

Justice for Jamal Khashoggi

An International Day of Mourning

To stand as one people, without color, creed or division. We are one.

AN INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER AND CALM

This is a call for a day of prayer and calm. To mourn the dead. This is a non-violent protest. A day of remembrance, not a day for violence.

1.) To participate we call on everyone everywhere to wear black to mourn the dead.

2.) Do not go to work, or to school or to church, as remembrance of the dead.

3.) No shopping. Do not spend one dime. No buses, no trains and no planes for one day to show our solidarity with those who have been murdered.

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