WWE and the Saudi Royal Family | Renegade Cut

WWE and the Saudi Royal Family | Renegade Cut


The United States of America and the Kingdom
of Saudi Arabia have had a close relationship for the better part of a century. Despite the noticeable differences in government
– the US being a secular constitutional republic and Saudi Arabia being a far-right
theocratic monarchy — the two nations bonded over a mutual disdain for socialism and a
mutual love of weapons and oil. Saudi Arabia has the oil, and America needs
the oil. America has the weapons, and Saudi Arabia
needs the weapons. America needs oil for transportation, and
Saudi Arabia needs weapons to perform airstrikes in Yemen that kill civilians. In 2017, Saudi Arabia bought $110 billion
worth of arms from America with the expectation that they will buy another $350 billion in
arms from America over the next ten years. For reasons like this – as well as their
ongoing human rights abuses – The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has a terrible reputation
the world over. Not its people but its rulers: The Saudi Royal
Family. Recently, the royals had an idea. “What if,” they thought “we could improve
our international reputation with some superficial, insignificant reforms and publicly ally ourselves
with a powerful American company? But what company could we find that has absolutely
no shame?” World Wrestling Entertainment is existed in
one form or another since 1952. Vince McMahon, seen here with his tongue in
the mouth of one of his wrestlers, has been chairman since 1980. He took a family business and made it an international
sensation. Through a series of broken promises and steroid
scandals, McMahon amassed an empire that is now the leading brand in professional wrestling
across the world. Although publicly traded, WWE remains a “family
business” in key way: members of his family, including his children and son-in-law, help
run WWE to this day. The House of Saud is the ruling family in
the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. More commonly called the Saudi Royal Family,
the head of the House of Saud is King of Saudi Arabia. The King serves both head of state and monarch
of the Kingdom. The King holds almost absolute political power,
but the King sometimes appoints someone else to be the public face of the kingdom or to
do the legwork because I guess being a king with no real accountability gets hard sometimes. Right now, that man is Crown Prince Muhammad
bin Salman. Human rights under the Saudi Royal Family
are considered among the worst in the world by almost any metric. Saudi Arabia performs public executions by
beheading and can be performed for any number of offenses, many of which would not be considered
capital crimes in most of the world. A Saudi citizen can be publicly executed for
repeated drug use, heresy or apostasy, adultery, witchcraft and more. I guess they got a real witch problem over
there. Earlier this year, Saudi Arabia carried out
a mass execution of thirty-seven prisoners, mostly due to confessions that were made under
torture. Women are given status similar to that of
children in Saudi Arabia and comprise only 5% of the workforce, the smallest in the world. The public practice of any religion besides
Islam is strictly prohibited. The press is actively censored by the Saudi
government. Peaceful protest can get you locked up for
15 years. Homosexuality is illegal and punishable by
either imprisonment or even execution. Doctors are banned from giving hormone replacement
to transgender people and honestly, the list just goes on and on. Bear in mind that none of this is a condemnation
of the Saudi people. They’re the victims, not the oppressors, and
a lot of them are trying to fight back. The problem is the government. Not the people. The deal between WWE and the Saudi Royal Family
is for WWE to do huge shows in Saudi Arabia and help them with propaganda for the family
while they’re there. Unlike the vast majority of WWE shows, their
events in Saudi Arabia are funded by the government, controlled by the Saudi Royal Family. Normally when WWE wants to tour somewhere,
they pay some fees, do some paperwork, make a deal with the arena about profits and who
gets what, and then all of the sudden, Monday Night Raw is live from Tampa, Florida or London,
England or wherever WWE wants to hock its merchandise. In this case, Saudi Arabia handles everything. WWE just needs to show up and rassle. Now you might be thinking “So what about
Saudi Arabia? Why is it strange that WWE is doing shows
in Saudi Arabia? They do shows in other countries with less
than stellar reputations all the time, and America is an imperialist nightmare.” And all that’s true. In fact, this isn’t even the first time WWE
has toured Saudi Arabia. But WWE’s events everywhere else are not paid
for exclusively by the government or paid to be propaganda. When WWE tours the UK, their events are not
paid for by the Queen, and WWE is under no obligation to endorse the UK government or
make a stand on Brexit. They’re just there to put on a wrestling show. Frankly, WWE usually has their heels mock
the city or country they’re in for some cheap heat. The precise terms of the deal are unknown
only to those who have signed it and those who have access to it, but since WWE is a
publicly traded company, they make quarterly reports on their earnings. Some of the details have been sussed out while
other details remain under lock and key. One thing we do know for sure is that WWE’s
money from Saudi Arabia is stacked higher than that of Wrestlemania. The gate alone for Wrestlemania this year
was around $16 million, but that’s chump change compared to the Saudi Arabia deal. There have been conflicting reports on just
how lucrative this deal is for WWE, but by the most trusted accounts, this will make
the company at least $45 million per year on the deal. That may be an estimate because WWE’s earnings
in Saudi Arabia are listed as “Other” in their financial reports. Let’s say this conservative estimate is correct
and that WWE stands to make 45 million per year. The deal lasts for ten years. WWE stands to make, at least, $450 million
dollars over the course of their deal with the Saudi Royal Family. That’s nearly half a billion dollars into
the WWE coffers. Maybe with that much cheddar, they can start
giving their wrestlers health insurance. (They won’t.) This is a ridiculous amount of money for two
shows per year, especially considering how little is actually grossed for Saudi Arabia. Media outlets have reported that their first
show only made the Saudis $250,000, and the second made a similar amount. The Saudi Royal Family is losing a tremendous
amount of money on this contract. There is absolutely no way for them to earn
a profit from it. For WWE, it’s a sweetheart deal. For the Saudi Royal Family, it seems like
a bad investment…except they aren’t trying to make money off WWE directly. They have other plans in mind. When WWE tours in Chicago, their presence
helps the city’s economy, and of course WWE makes a tidy sum from the tickets and any
merch they sell. That’s the arrangement. They aren’t summoned there on the behest of
the Mayor of Chicago and paid $45 million just to show up. There would be no return on that investment. So, why is this happening in Saudi Arabia? What do the Saudi Royals want from their association
with WWE? Saudi Arabia practically gave their tickets
away. They had no intention of making money from
this. Their objective was not to make money from
their alliance with WWE. The deal to have WWE put on shows for them
and their people is part of a “charm offensive” to the west. To understand this, you gotta understand the
Saudi Royal Family. In April of 2016, Crown Prince Mohammad bin
Salman unveiled his plan for the future: Vision 2030. While the plan was lauded as a modern solution
to the monarchy’s heavy reliance on oil, it simply does not involve significant social
reform. Instead, it has provided the Saudi Royal Family
with a strategic way to distract international attention away from massive human rights abuses
that the country commits to this day. It’s almost entirely a financial plan. Not a social progress plan. Among his goals are “reforms” for the
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, such as allowing women to drive. Saudi Arabia was the last nation on Earth
that criminalized women driving. When they decriminalized it, the international
media ate it up. What a reformer! Women drivers! How progressive. What’s next? Freedom of religion? No, literally no chance of that. Well, maybe decriminalizing homosexuality. No, that’s still on the books as punishable
by prison or execution. But still. Women can now put their hands on a steering
wheel without going to prison. Much progress. So equality. But that didn’t matter to the media. The Crown Prince got what he wanted: positive
press for his country and the Saudi Royal Family. Reputation means a lot. PR means a lot. For example, when the Saudi royals recently
had a journalist murdered, it caused an international stir resulting in several nations in the European
Union to suspend their weapon sales to the kingdom. The Saudi Royal Family wants the Kingdom to
have more influence in world politics, and you can either earn a better reputation or
you can buy one. The closest thing to a real reform is the
Crown Prince saying he will stamp out corruption in the government, but guess what, buttercup? You’re the government! And you and your family do ALL the crimes! What the Saudi Royal Family means when they
say they will end corruption is that they will end corruption outside their family. They want all the corruption for themselves. This parallels Donald Trump’s claim of “draining
the swamp” and then presiding over an administration that itself is corrupt. How many scandals have their been? Are they daily now? The Crown Prince gives up nothing, gains everything
and everyone calls him a selfless and earnest reformer because it makes for an appealing
narrative in mass media. The reforms are not “bad” – women being
able to drive is good – but the reforms won’t go much further than that. Saudi Arabia is an ultraconservative theocracy,
and that won’t change outside of a revolution. Bottom of the barrel reforms are not indicative
of significant reforms any time soon, if ever, and so far, that has been confirmed. Executions have gone up since the Crown Prince’s
Vision 2030 plan. The interventionist war in Yemen has intensified
under the Crown Prince. The war in Yemen is so bloody and such a disaster
that even longtime ally the United States tried to pull support for it in Congress until
the bill in was vetoed by the President. Donald Trump loves the Saudi Royal Family. They are peas in a pod. Saudi Arabia has become more dangerous to
its people and to its neighbors. The “reforms” related to entertainment
are superficial. It’s a veneer, a thin veil and nothing more. So, where does WWE come in? World Wrestling Entertainment is the Saudi
Royal Family’s proof to the world that they are a “modern” kingdom. In addition to this alliance looking good
for the Saudis, WWE is paid to perform propaganda for the Saudi Royal Family during their WWE
Network specials in Saudi Arabia. That’s what the Saudi Royal Family paid for. They didn’t pay for wrestling. They paid for propaganda. WWE understands reclaiming your legacy after
a history of misdeeds and scandal. In recent years, WWE has had their own charm
offensive: charity work. That hasn’t changed the fact that they mistreat
their wrestlers, don’t provide healthcare, prop up murderous regimes and support a President
who literally puts children in cages, but hey. You know what? Shut up. Ignore all that, and Be a Star. Be a Star, everyone. WWE has an anti-bullying campaign in spite
of the fact that it infamously has created an atmosphere of bullying among its talent. Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon, seen
here falling into a pool of mud, has admitted publicly that WWE’s charities are there for
show, to help the image of the company, and because it’s just good business. Frankly, the McMahons and the Saudi Royal
Family are a match made in Heaven. When it is said that WWE performs propaganda
for the Saudi Royal Family, this does not mean that WWE simply has wrestling shows in
Saudi Arabia. When detractors of this deal say it’s propaganda,
they mean it’s propaganda. During the first show under this deal called
Greatest Royal Rumble, announcers, commentators and wrestlers touted Saudi Arabia as a “progressive”
country thanks to the Crown Prince. Corey Graves talked up the Prince’s Vision
2030 plan and said that Saudi Arabia is committed to “diversity.” That is…a lie? Yeah, it’s a lie. It is literally illegal to be anything but
a Muslim in Saudi Arabia. It is literally illegal to anything but a
heterosexual in Saudi Arabia. Multiple times during the show, Michael Cole,
the voice of WWE, gave shout-outs to the Saudi Royal Family in attendance. You know, the group that signs off on all
the executions and extrajudicial killings? The Saudi Royal Family can be seen in almost
every shot because they occupy the entire front rows. They seem barely interested in the show and
mostly talk amongst themselves and walk around, obstructing the view of the people behind. Just milling around, being dicks. Just being…mean, salty dicks? There was also an entire section of the show
dedicated to WWE Hall of Famers like Jerry “The King” Lawler and Booker T thanking
the Saudi Royal Family and completely ignoring everything they stand for. In addition, there was a video package touting
Vision 2030 and the amazing reform of women not being imprisoned anymore for driving a
car. Quite literally the last country on planet
Earth that permitted women to drive cars, and they want a cookie for it. Right before the Rumble portion of the evening,
Michael Cole reiterated that Jeddha, the city where the event took place, is so “progressive.” [sighs] Listen, I’m not applying the word
“progressive” under American standards because America is complicit in a lot of this. I’m not applying European standards or “western”
standards, especially since that term has some racist implications. I’m not applying the word “progressive”
here in any way except to say that the Saudi Royal Family has made Saudi Arabia one of
the most ultraconservative nations on Earth by anything resembling an objective criteria
and calling it “progressive” in any way, shape or form is fully enriched, weapons grade
bullshit. It is conservative not only by world standards
but also by regional standards. Women are required by law to limit their interaction
with men unless they are family. There are separate entrances for women and
men in buildings, offices, banks and universities. Unlawful “mixing” leads to criminal charges
for men and women but women will always have to face the harsher punishment. Women can’t go anywhere without their male
guardian’s permission or conduct business without a man present. Speaking out about this or about anything
else that the Saudi Royal Family does is also illegal and punishable by death. As I am writing this, Saudi Arabia has just
sentenced three moderate scholars to be executed for the crime of campaigning for a better
country. There is no “progressive” city in Saudi
Arabia while the Royal Family is in power, and claiming that there is because the Saudi
Royal Family paid you to say it participating in propaganda. During the Greatest Royal Rumble, there were
no matches for women. This is prohibited in the country. Even though WWE has made strides in their
women’s division over the past several years, they were barred from the event. Women fans of WWE were permitted to attend
the show but only with man as a chaperone. Sami Zayn, who is of Syrian descent, was also
barred from attending the show. The Saudi Royal Family doesn’t like Syria,
and even though Zayn is actually Canadian and just has Syrian roots, that’s still too
Syrian for the Royal Family. During the show, WWE played an advertisement
featuring some of their women wrestlers, and the Saudi Royal Family was furious. According to those who were there, the audience
– the citizens – were apparently fine with this, but again, the government is not
the citizenry. The Saudi Arabia General Sports Authority
made a statement later on apologizing for showing “indecent” women in their wrestling
gear and basically threw WWE under the bus. And what did WWE do after being mistreated
like that? They said “Thank you, sir. May I have another?!” Jamal Khashoggi, a journalist and critic of
Saudi Arabia, entered the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul to obtain documents related to
his marriage. He never walked out. Over time, it was revealed that Khashoggi
had been assassinated, almost certainly under orders by the Saudi government. Saudi Arabia kept changing its story. First they denied he had been killed, then
he had been killed in a fist fight, then by accident during interrogation, until finally
the Saudi Arabian attorney general said it was a premeditated murder but absolved the
Royal Family of any guilt. Of course. Shortly thereafter, a CIA investigation concluded
that Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman ordered the assassination. AUDIO 9 This put WWE in a public relations nightmare. Should they go ahead with Crown Jewel, their
next show in Saudi Arabia? Should they cancel and deal with the fallout
of their contract? WWE claimed it would “investigate” the
issue, but that’s corporate speak for “we’re not going to do anything.” It’s the same thing they said when one of
their doctors recently admitted, under oath, that he had a sexual relationship with one
of the wrestlers under his care. It’s the same thing they said when reports
of Randy Orton’s sexual misconduct surfaced. They didn’t investigate but two things: jack
and shit, because if they did investigate and came up with something, they wouldn’t
have plausible deniability anymore. They didn’t want to find anything because
it would be easier and better for them not to. Generally speaking, WWE fans were not happy
with the wrestling company’s foray into Saudi Arabia and their blatant propaganda for the
regime, but once word about the murder of the journalist began to spread, fans at live
events began to audibly boo every reference to Crown Jewel. Even the Undertaker – a fan favorite for
decades – was on the receiving end of this reaction when he promoted his match in Saudi
Arabia. American politicians, both Democrats and Republicans,
condemned Saudi Arabia and some were even concerned about WWE doing the show. Some speculated that the State Department
might put pressure on WWE not to go. But with Trump in the Oval Office, it never
seemed likely that WWE would be asked to stay home. WWE and Trump go back a long time. Trump hosted two Wrestlemania events in Trump
Plaza. Trump is in the WWE Hall of Fame, the WWE
did fundraising for the Trump 2016 campaign. Even Linda McMahon, seen here next to Karate
Eric Bischoff, was head of the Trump administration’s Small Business Bureau for about two years. There is no way Trump’s State Department [photo]
would tell the McMahon family not to make their blood money. In the end, WWE decided not only to do the
show but to continue to do their twice yearly shows for the Saudi Royal Family. Nobody has a copy of the contract between
WWE and Saudi Arabia except for WWE and Saudi Arabia. That means we don’t know for sure what the
penalty for backing out of a show or a deal will cost WWE. But probably a lot. They may even have to go to court over it
or settle out of court for a lot of money. Nobody knows exactly how it would shake out. But here’s the thing. I don’t…care? According to Forbes, Vince McMahon is worth
three billion dollars. If he lost two thirds of his worth overnight,
he would still be a billionaire. I don’t have any sympathy for a billionaire
who might lose millions of dollars on a deal or go to court and lose millions more. Vince McMahon will never be broke. He’s seventy three years old, set for the
rest of his life and he’s probably happy with all of his success. There is no other explanation for why he walks
that way. UFC, following the murder of Jamal Khashoggi,
severed its ties with the Saudi Arabia. Endeavor, the parent company of UFC, returned
a $400 million investment to the Saudis. They gave it up. All of it. I also don’t have any sympathy for Vince McMahon
here because he may not have known that the Saudi Royal Family was going to dismember
and murder someone and have it be international news, but he definitely knew who they were
before he signed the deal. He knew what they were about, and he signed
on anyway. The killing of Jamal Khashoggi is nowhere
near the first death at the hands of the Saudi Royals. It’s just among the most high profile in recent
years. Numerous American businesses expressed concern
or made a show of outrage over the Saudi Royal Family’s involvement in the murder of Khashoggi,
but nearly all of them are still doing business with the Saudi government, including WWE. Only two men refused to work the Crown Jewel
show: John Cena and Daniel Bryan because they are very good boys, and we’re all better off
for having them in our lives. It’s understandable why others were afraid
of requesting the night off, though. WWE is infamously vindictive and most wrestlers
would probably end up losing their spot for staging a protest. Cena and Bryan are basically untouchable at
this point and so well-respected that punishing them would cause more problems than solve. Chief Operations Officer Paul “Triple H”
Levesque, seen here having sex with a dead body, followed WWE’s talking points precisely. He said that the company’s presence will make
Saudi Arabia a better country, but he is too smart to really believe that. AUDIO 11 The Saudi Royal Family is using WWE to increase
their influence on the world stage. WWE is not using the Saudis to change Saudi
Arabia. They just want their blood money, and it’s
extremely naive to think otherwise. WWE can’t make Saudi Arabia a progressive
or even moderate country because Saudi Arabia is a hundred times more powerful than WWE. Also, WWE is not financially incentivized
to do this either because if the Saudi Royal Family gives up its power, it won’t be able
to make all the decisions like giving an American wrestling company untold millions to put on
glorified house shows. Speaking of which, Crown Jewel happened. They brought back Hulk Hogan. Look at him. All racist and made of leather. They had a World Cup that only featured wrestlers
from America, so whatever. Shane McMahon, seen here getting his penis
electrocuted by a monster, was given the World Cup and declared the Best Wrestler in the
World. Their next Saudi Arabia show, Super Showdown,
is being billed as a show that “will be as good or exceed Wrestlemania.” That’s definitely something the Saudis insisted
WWE say. WWE has never before thrown Wrestlemania under
the bus or treated Wrestlemania as anything but the biggest show of the year. The Saudi Royal Family has so much power over
WWE right now. It’s embarrassing. WWE wants to keep the cash rolling, and they
will do and say whatever it takes to make that happen. This is a ten year deal between WWE and the
Saudi Royal Family. We’re only about a year in. We have a long way to go before it’s over.

100 Replies to “WWE and the Saudi Royal Family | Renegade Cut”

  1. Senile Vince McMahon needs to move to Saudi Arabia along with the WWE and his family never to return the United States

  2. I wish I could think of something positive or clever to say but I can't stop retching whenever I think about this crap.

  3. I wish that WWE fans would reserve just a modicum of their rancor for Roman Reigns' booking over the years and express it over this fucking disgusting travesty.

  4. Wow an actual intelligent comment section on YouTube on an intelligent video i am legitimately blown away

  5. Azerbaijan is doing the same thing with the UEFA Champions League and Europa League finals. It's not even in fucking Europe. And to make matters worse, an Arsenal player couldn't go because he is Armenian and they are banned from the country. The power money brings is absurd at this point and it's actually making the world a worse place.

  6. RTJ! 👉🏻🤛🏻

    On a serious note though, this deal between the E and the Saudi government is a total Vince decision, all the more reason why he needs to step the fuck down and hand the reigns over to Hunter

  7. Fuck Saudi government and yeah any of it's ppl that support that way of living. Wether male or female anyone thinking any of that bs is okay should be beat down and pissed on.

  8. Respect to Kevin Owens and Daniel Bryan !! AEW this fall !! The WWE drown faster and faster every week …

  9. I can't pause it fast enough from my phone. Who appears at the 12:17 / 12:18 mark? It's like a subliminal message.

  10. It's not just WWE that kisses their ass, when Mbs came to America in 2018 EVERYONE kissed his ass. Some of the people include:
    Businesses like Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Apple
    Politicans(from both isles) like Trump, Bill Clinton, The Bushes(RIP 41), Madeline Allbright, John Kerry, Mike Bloomberg
    Entertainers like Oprah, The Rock and Rupert Murdoch.

  11. 19:46 – 20:18 The fact that we are being led by reality TV stars has NEVER hit me as hard as this. Just…wow

  12. I went to Raw Monday. I made a sign that said "Super Showdown" with a streak of red paint diagonally across it. It's a shame our seats weren't as close as usual.

  13. Seen here with his head buried in a man's ass. Seen here tearing off his face at an in-ring wedding. Seen here jumping from 40ft with the grace of a sandbag.

  14. "Seen here with Karate Eric Bishoff"
    "Seen here having sex with a dead body "
    Seen here hitting the subscribe button

  15. Hahahaah my second recommended video on the list to the right here is Cody Rhodes's AEW theme. Yessssssss.

  16. I'd be angry but with capitalism, nothing shocks me. The thing is, there are untold numbers of stupefied, idiot fans who, with glassy eyed adoration, support and line the pockets of these ridiculous clowns. Fascism is meant to first, keep people in control by spreading false information to invoke guilt and fear. Then, pacify with a theatrical spectacle of colorful lights and bells and whistles.

  17. Yea this is why I cancelled my WWE network subscription despite how great NXT is. Putting the money towards Sami Zayn's fundraiser that will be going on at the same time WWE is airing Super Showdown

  18. Actually they have hyped up something bigger than wrestlemania. Undertaker vs brock 3 was billed to big for wrestlemania but still a good video.

  19. Good thing AEW is coming. I have been feeling all out on wwe for awehile now. The bad booking, the horrible stories, the burying of the talented people who work for them. Now propaganda pushers for one of the worst nations on earth. Its just garbage.

  20. So Saudi Arabia is straight trash an that's something we can all agree on and WWE partnership with them is trash

  21. Love your channel but the rap interludes wouldn't be so damn annoying if it wasn't pumped to nearly twice its volume. I mean, seriously? I gotta get up and turn it way down for only a few seconds. Come on, man..

  22. When you lie in bed with the enemy you become the enemy to your own.
    In any case,whenever WWE promotes any PPV in Saudi Arabia I make it a point to not watch it on the day it airs nor any other time.
    As far as I'm concerned,Money In The Bank was WWE's last PPV for the main roster then TakeOver XXV and then onto Stomping Grounds.
    If WWE can repudiate Flair's accurate number of title reigns then so can all their Saudi Arabia PPVs be disavowed as well by fans.

  23. America are evil fucks and so are the Saudis …most governments are inherently evil ….because the source that runs this shit show is evil

  24. This won't end well for the WWE. What is going to happen when the next high profile murder occurs? They've got ten years of this crap to deal with and it could do more long term damage than any short term financial gain could ever do. Additionally now that they are involved with the Saudi Arabian Government they will be linked to all the human rights issues that confront that country.

  25. Usa has been all about money and weapon (government) so why people are surprised.

    Note: All politics are all about image, power and money….

  26. Vince McMahon the piece of shit , just cares about money an nothing else, when he dies i will have the biggest party ever.

  27. "Chief Operations Officer Paul 'Triple H' Levesque, seen here having sex with a dead body-"

    What an introduction, lol.

  28. The main event of the last Saudi PPV was basically: "The Devil Vs. A Jewish Athlete"
    They hyped a 50 man battle royal as THE MOST IMPORTANT ONE EVER — which a local guy won — who they didn't mention during the match whatsoever until the end.
    It's like watching your favorite actor bought by a rich kid to perform like a clown at their birthday party.

  29. Stopped watching or even Google searching for WWE the moment they went through with this deal even after Khashoggi's murder. Can only hope HHH has a conscience and cancels the arrangement once Vince goes.

  30. sad & true…as Egyptian i lived in KSA for 20 year cuz my father wanted a better life for us .. i rather die with my pride than to give my life to a country that treated us like slave ..yes i had family & friends there but to give my life for nothing (no green card – no citizenship – no future)..look further more into KSA & Foreign labor .. very similar to WWE .. peace & love to all

  31. I think it’s simple America protects the Arabs pay, its been like this forever and sadly never gonna change.

  32. I'd love to see more stuff like this here. Less about analysis of the art of filmmaking as it relates to politics and philosophy, this is more of a documentary report on something that has something to do with media/politics. It's not analyzing the text of WWE Raw, it's discussing the world that WWE Raw exists in.

  33. I stopped watching WWE back around the first women only PPV because of this shit. The way they swapped John Cena and D Bryan (praise be upon their morals) like toys disgusted me.

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