Santa Surfing 8-13-20 VIDEO… “Peace is the Prize – Saving Israel for Last – TRUMP JUST DID IT!”

This newest video by Santa Surfing I’m posting in part because of the new agreement Trump team negotiated between the UAE and Israel (Fox news Oval office segment; that video is posted at the end of this article).

This is extremely big news. It relates to Q post 916 which states in part, “We are saving Israel for last. Very specific reason not mentioned a single time.”

Also Santa Surfing’s Twitter account was suspended, so she has started a new one, linked below.




RT 1-28-19… “UAE holds gender equality awards… where all recipients are men[!!!!]” (this was too hilarious to NOT post!)

Well, this “popped up” in my RT YouTube subscription feed, and it just struck me as extremely hilarious! The official title of these awards (according to the video) was, “UAE’s Gender Balance Index Awards”… nothing about “Equality” in the title. Well, at least they’re having some kind of ceremony to at least pretend that gender equality might be (at least faintly) on their minds (the only minds that matter, the men’s minds).

Published on Jan 28, 2019

The United Arab Emirates has showcased its profound commitment to female empowerment, awarding a group of men for their contributions to gender equality in the workplace… and twitter exploded with sarcasm.

Middle East markets reel after Arabs sever ties with Qatar

Qatari markets are likely to suffer further in the coming days as the country is locked out of regional trade and exchange [Xinhua]

Markets in the Middle East took a hit following announcements from Bahrain, Egypt, Libya, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Yemen that they had severed ties with Qatar over its alleged ties to “extremist” groups.

Qatar’s QE Index became the world’s worst performing and hardest hit Middle Eastern exchange on Monday as a result of the break in diplomatic ties when it lost 7.27 per cent of its value at press time.

The UAE’s DFM Index dropped 0.727 per cent while Bahrain’s BB All Share Index dropped 0.44 per cent.

Saudi Arabia’s Tadawul, however, gained 0.54 per cent as Kuwait’s weighted Index dropped 0.79 per cent.

Middle East stocks are also likely to feel the weight of the flight ban which was imposed on commercial carriers over Qatar. Many flights between Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Yemen were cancelled indefinitely Monday; Egypt banned Qatar Airways overpass through Egyptian air space.

Although the six Arab countries cited Qatar’s alleged links to terrorist networks for the diplomatic severance, each did so for different reasons.

The Saudi-backed Yemeni government said it decided to cut ties with Qatar because the latter had links with “groups” which backed the Shia Houthi rebels. Experts say the term “groups” refers to Iran’s backing of the Houthi rebels.

For its part, Egypt has long accused Qatar of supporting the outlawed and banned Muslim Brotherhood group, which it claims are behind many terrorist attacks in the country.

The UAE has also accused Qatar of backing the Muslim Brotherhood, which it classified as a security threat. In February 2014, fiery Islamic cleric Yusuf Al Qaradawi, a staple of Al Jazeera’s Arabic programming, launched a verbal attack on the United Arab Emirates for supporting the Egyptian government following the ouster of Muslim Brotherhood president Mohamed Morsi.

The UAE called on Qatar to exile the cleric, but Doha refused.

In the same years, perhaps as a harbinger of things to come, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain withdrew their ambassadors from Doha after Qatar failed to honor a joint security agreement in November 2013 that included commitments to cease support for the Muslim Brotherhood and its hosting of Gulf opposition figures.

Meanwhile, Iranian officials have criticized the Arab move saying it was counterproductive to regional stability.

The BRICS Post with inputs from Agencies