For 2020 (1442), I hope HH Sheikh Hamdan (MRM) recovers his smile and verve. I hope he knows he has friends beyond the UAE; that people appreciate his subtle ways, his endurance and devotion; that no one holds him to any of his colleagues' actions; that many people, beyond his 9.2 millions of followers, look forward to the effects of his just leadership.
I haven't yet read through the 4 docs released this week about the UK judgements, however I see a bit of a study in contrasts emerging. Straight off, no one will win awards for parenting. Let's be clear on that.
1) how can a woman refer to a husband as being ok with her long affair in one breath, then paint him presumably as an oppressive husband over the course of a 12? year marriage? She can't, ergo she goes for the daughters fiasco.
2) how does a man think it's really going to work if he places the care of his children from another woman, to one matriarch whom he repeated forgoes for other women? Like there won't be transference of resentment somewhere. 2b) Also, one must presume some children will inherit traits of a father who's only constrained by his superior male counterparts in the region. Therefore, too much idleness would produce restlessness. They are not the children of strangers, after all.
3) Seeing princesses on Human Rights Watch amid headlines purporting to stateless migrants and refugees being shot at outside Greece, seems absurd. Saving 300k £ for an escape is what entire persecuted families only wish they had. There is a lot of dialogue missing, obviously, and a core team mentality to be instituted after some healing.
A few days ago, an expat in Dubai threatening to rape a social media influencer saw his visa revoked and got booted out. Dubai was also named among the best places expats loved to live in. Charity begins at home, and children are the future. Surely there's room for some innovation at Zabeel. Life coaches, maybe?
Princess Ameerah, former wife of Saudi prince Alwaleed who made quite a splash at William & Kate's wedding, and now Emirati wife and mom taking to social media to scold mockery of Coronavirus victims and their families:
To offset from the sensational, this bit of news is flying somewhat under the radar whereby the NHS's Nightingale centre against Coronavirus - that at full capacity could relieve the UK health system of over 4000 cases - is being set up on the site of the ExCel Centre which is loaned by the UAE:
“The Roadmap initiative will boost digital collaboration between governments and encourage the support of the private sector and international organisations, as well as individuals around the world,” Sheikh Hamdan said. “The UAE is committed to any initiative that promotes international dialogue, as it is a key supporter of the UN,” he added.
A link to the UAE’s New Media Academy’s website features on the homepage of the Next Nas Daily, although the nature of the support for the programme was not clear.
The Dubai-based academy runs courses itself, including the Youth Youtuber Programme and the Open Content Creator Programme. Both are carried out by the Nas Academy, and the trainers include Belik, among others.
In addition, Yassin is listed as an expert speaker in two other courses run by the Emirati institution.
Last Edit: Sept 20, 2020 12:03:51 GMT -5 by agentf
Funny how Sheikh Khalifa hasn't controlled his $5 billion UK portfolio since 2015, among which he's the landlord where Julian Assange was holed up...
Lancer’s lawyers cited a document they claim shows control of his assets was secretly handed over to a special committee in 2015.
The notarised document purports to be signed by Khalifa but the signature appears to belong to his brother Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, de facto leader of the UAE and one of the most powerful figures in the Middle East.
So not to overstate, but while it's fresh in mind, maybe someone should compare signatures on Epstein's Little Saint James island deed in the DP World guy's name with the forged signature on the notarized transfer of Sheikh Khalifa 's $5 billion real estate holdings in the UK.
Interpol should investigate and not be used to cover up crimes.
I can't wait to get back to writing poems, my dear. It's not from lack of inspiration, it's a matter of headspace, to be able to hear myself. We're almost there. I want a trophy for endurance please, even if it's just a charm to put on a necklace! I really don't want to be a champion at this. Once is enough. 😊
Addressing the elephant in the room, this however confirms my earlier thoughts. It's from a 2001 Guardian article:
“She just didn’t like authority, she didn’t want to be told what to do,” one friend said. “She could see through the close protection guys, she hated all the pomp and circumstance and all the yes sir, no sir.
“She was a little character but there was no malice in her. She just seemed to have a western girl’s head on her shoulders and a desire for a bit of freedom and perhaps was prepared to pursue that a bit more than the other children or girls, who all knew their place in the family.”
This begs attention on a wider scope, because the next Arab generation will be even further Westernized stemming from their consumerism and lax faith. Bearing in mind also that laws differ between countries, and that each is entitled to their sovereignty and domestic laws, dialogue is key as is withholding judgment. Everyone currently speaking up is a flawed messenger, myself included.
PS: Hindmarsh is an associate of Erik Prince ( Blackwater ) in Reflex Responses. "R2" is involved in Yemen and Libya. Here is the potential link to Hervé Jaubert:
According to the former R2 employees, most of the enlisted combat and non-combat personnel are former military specialists from Colombia and South Africa, and have been extensively trained by retired US soldiers, as well as veterans of the British, German and French Special Forces.
A new twist, involving an arms dealer now. In my experience with the Sy Jacobsons of this world, you usually would have to take any information from them and twist it backwards. That would give us that Jaubert engineered the rapt of Latifa because of Christian Michel. But upon cursory closer look, what I found was that Michel has a Russian computer science guy, Kirill Neklyudov, as co-partner offshore under Entera Ventures Corp - presumably an Israeli firm. ( offshoreleaks.icij.org/nodes/197560 )
In it, you see a pattern of companies being opened and closed, much like Sy Jacobson and the securities fraud boiler room stuff. Michel lied to Dassault, in a messy deal settled out of court and his dad was involved with Qaddafi.
The name Neklyudov appears on the sanctions list regarding Ukraine, but as the now "Deputy Interior Minister of the annexed Crimea region Dmitry Neklyudov" in Putin's government, though I don't know if that's just a (big) coincidence...
I'm not sure where my nose is taking me but this is interesting so I'll throw it up there:
Prince, along with Wagner co-founder Dmitry Utkin, was sanctioned by the U.S. for having “recruited and sent soldiers to fight alongside [Russian-backed] separatists in eastern Ukraine” during the 2014 Russian invasion, in violation of international law..
The sheikh, whose horses ran in his famous blue and white colours, established his worldwide Shadwell breeding empire in 1981 and was champion Flat owner in Britain eight times (1990, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2005, 2009, 2014 and 2020). He came to prominence in Britain after he bought the Shadwell estate, near Thetford in Norfolk, in 1984. His other equine operations included the Derrinstown stud near in County Kildare in Ireland...