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PostPosted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 1:31 am    Post subject: Egypt coup/revolution - US Nazi Frank Wisner pulls strings? Reply with quote

My latest info is that Mubarak may have fled to London.

Egypt protests are breaking new ground
http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jan/25/egypt-protests
Egyptians have been here before, but the nature of this protest will unsettle a regime for which complacency is a way of life
Simon Tisdall - guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 25 January 2011 19.02 GMT

Egypt is not Tunisia. It's much bigger. Eighty million people, compared with 10 million. Geographically, politically, strategically, it's in a different league – the Arab world's natural leader and its most populous nation. But many of the grievances on the street are the same. Tunis and Cairo differ only in size. If Egypt explodes, the explosion will be much bigger, too.

Egyptians have been here before. The so-called Cairo spring of 2005 briefly lifted hopes of peaceful reform and open elections. Those hopes died, like autumn leaves, blown away by a withering sirocco of regressive measures and reimposed emergency laws. Food and price riots in Mahalla el Kubra in 2008 briefly raised the standard of revolt again. They were quickly suppressed.

But Tuesday's large-scale protests were different in significant ways, sending unsettling signals to a regime that has made complacency a way of life. "Day of Rage" demonstrators in Cairo did not merely stand and shout in small groups, as is usual. They did not remain in one place. They joined together – and they marched. And in some cases, the police could not, or would not, stop them.

This took President Hosni Mubarak and his ministers way out of their comfort zone. Interior minister Habib al-Adli had said earlier he held no objection to stationary protests by small groups. But marching en masse, uncontrolled and officially undirected, along a central Cairo boulevard, heading for the regime heartland of Tahrir Square – this was something new and dangerous............

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 10:32 pm    Post subject: Egypt riots - Mubarak's son flees to London? Reply with quote

Egypt on the boil, Mubarak's son flees
Times Of India - AGENCIES, Jan 27, 2011, 02.39am IST

WASHINGTON: Egypt's longtime President Hosni Mubarak's son Gamal, seen as his likely successor, has reportedly fled to Britain, along with his family following a Tunisia-inspired protest. The 48-year-old younger Mubarak boarded from an airport in western Cairo a private jet bound for London with his wife and daughter, and nearly 100 pieces of luggage, the US-based Arabic website Akhbar al-Arab reported.

Thousands of Egyptians defied a ban on protests by returning to Egypt's streets on Wednesday and calling for Hosni Mubarak to leave office, and some scuffled with police. Activists had called on Egyptians to take to the streets again to end Mubarak's 30-year rule after Tuesday's "Day of Wrath" involving anti-government protests across Egypt in which three protesters and one policeman were killed. The three protesters died in the city of Suez, and the policeman was killed in Cairo.

Police used riot trucks on Wednesday to break up a crowd of as many as 3,000 people who had gathered outside a Cairo court complex, one of the places where demonstrations had started on Tuesday. Police arrested at least 500 people across Egypt on Wednesday. Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the morgue in Suez demanding the release of one of the three bodies, witnesses said. Protesters said he was killed by several gunshots and demanded an autopsy.
"The government has killed my son," the Suez protesters outside the morgue chanted. "Oh Habib, tell your master, your hands are soiled with our blood," they said, referring to interior minister Habib al-Adli.

Hundreds of protesters also gathered outside Cairo's journalists' syndicate, where the authorities allow regular protests. Police beat some with batons when they tried to break a cordon. Protesters on buildings threw stones at police below. The state news agency said 90 people were arrested while trying to gather in Tahrir square in central Cairo, the focus of the biggest demonstrations. A judicial source said 64 people were detained in Alexandria.........

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2011 9:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Its not necessarily a riot but a movement to overthrow the hated dictatorship of Mubarak who has ruled Egypt with an iron fist based on US subsidies and has done everything in his power to keep the Palestinians isolated by closing the border, not allowing the Free Gaza aid convoys to go through and generall being the other pillar alongside S Arabia of zionism.

If due to the Tunisian Revolution this now spreads to Egypt this will be a progressive turn for mankind as a whole....

Cairo stock exchange just closed and government buildings on fire in Suez

Did you catch this about M16 and internment in Palestine for Hamas?
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jan/25/mi6-palestinian-papers-rej ectionists-plan

This shows that the security services have been globalised and they run networks the world over trying to prop up the post-world war order which is now collapsing all around them
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I understand Twitter pulled etc.

this is now the latest info:

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service has stopped for Etisalat & vodaphone & mobinl
customer service tell ppl Egypt telecom company is "updating the system ..

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

French Paper quotes CIA 'no threat here Mubarak will remain in office!'

http://www.courrierinternational.com/article/2011/01/27/la-cia-ne-dout e-pas-de-hosni-moubarak

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2011 11:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

famous last words.....

Ben-Eliezer: Mubarak regime, peace will endure
Jerusalem Post - Gil Hoffman - ‎41 minutes ago‎
“I have no doubt that the situation in Egypt is under control, our relations with Egypt are strategic and intimate,” Labor MK tells Jerusalem Post
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 9:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Below was sent to me.
Soros has been working there as well but the Arab world is more like Victorian Britain. If conflict is sponsored it can definitely go out of control as it has....

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Following the Money Trail
As the common adage goes, if you want to know who’s running things, follow the money trail. Looking at the recipients for NED grants we find the following, for 2009 (the latest available):
Al-Jahedh Forum for Free Thought (AJFFT) $131,000

To strengthen the capacity and build a democratic culture among Tunisian youth activists. AJFFT will hold discussion forums on contemporary issues related to Islam and democracy, debates between Arab scholars on societal problem, academic lectures on Islam, economic policy and international relations, and book review sessions. AJFFT will conduct leadership training workshops, support local youth cultural projects…’[8]
The purpose of this is clear enough; to create a cadre of youth activists, including ‘leadership training 0workshops.” Again, it is exactly the same course as the strategy used by NED and Soros in other states afflicted with “color revolutions”. Exactly the same.

Association for the Promotion of Education (APES) $27,000
To strengthen the capacity of Tunisian high school teachers to promote democratic and civic values in their classrooms. APES will conduct a training-of-trainers workshop for 10 university professors and school inspectors, and hold three two-day capacity building seminars for 120 high school teachers on pedagogical approaches rooted in democratic and civic values. Through this project, APES seeks to incorporate the values of tolerance, relativism and pluralism in Tunisia’s secondary educational system.[9]
The program seems to be for the purposes of spreading a doctrinal base for revolution; the “democratic and civic values” must be presumed to be of the post-New Left variety fostered by NED and Soros, based on values that generally run counter to the traditions of the societies where Sorsos and NED operate.

Mohamed Ali Center for Research, Studies and Training (CEMAREF) $33,500To train a core group of Tunisian youth activists on leadership and organizational skills to encourage their involvement in public life. CEMAREF will conduct a four-day intensive training of trainers program for a core group of 10 young Tunisian civic activists on leadership and organizational skills; train 50 male and female activists aged 20 to 40 on leadership and empowered decision-making; and work with the trained activists through 50 on-site visits to their respective organizations.[10]
The terminology here is not even hidden with euphemisms: “To train a core group of Tunisian youth activists…” Might one not be justified in suspecting that the intention is to create a revolutionary youth cadre for the purposes of “regime change”, following exactly the same blueprint that has orchestrated “color revolutions” in the former Soviet bloc and elsewhere?

Given the keen interest NED has shown in Tunisia, it would seem naïve to think that the “Jasmine Revolution” is simply a “spontaneous manifestation of popular anger” and that it has not been planned well in advance, awaiting the right moment for a catalyst.



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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 2:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Problem, Reaction, Solution-again... "Internet blocked amid Egypt protests"
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/4/20110128/twl-internet-blocked-amid-egypt-pr otests-41f21e0.html

ITN 6 hours 48 mins ago

"Internet access has been shut down across Egypt as demonstrations against the 30-year rule of President Hosni Mubarak continue. Mass protests have been staged since Tuesday by people emboldened by this month's revolt that toppled the authoritarian leader in Tunisia.
Early on Friday, Egyptian demonstrators fought security forces in the city of Suez.
"This is a revolution," one 16-year-old protester said, "Every day we're coming back here."
As well access to the internet, mobile phone text messaging services have been affected and appeared to be partially disabled.

Activists are replying on the web, especially social media services like Twitter and Facebook, to organise their protests.

US based Internet monitoring firm, Renesys, said the total shut-down of the Internet it recorded early on Friday was "unprecedented in Internet history", going far beyond measures taken during Tunisia's protests or a 2009 uprising in Iran.

"Renesys observed the virtually simultaneous withdrawal of all routes to Egyptian networks in the Internet's global routing table," it said. "The Egyptian government's actions have essentially wiped their country from the global map."

The United States is Egypt's close ally and major donor, and has tread carefully over unrest in a country it considers a bulwark of Middle East stability.

Nobel Peace Prize winner Mohamed ElBaradei, who returned to Egypt from Vienna on Thursday, has called for Mubarak to resign and said he would join the protests on Friday.

A page on Facebook listed more than 30 mosques and churches where protesters are expected to gather.

"Egypt's Muslims and Christians will go out to fight against corruption, unemployment and oppression and absence of freedom."

In Suez, which has been the centrepoint for some of the most violent demonstrations, police fired tear gas at protesters who hurled stones and petrol bombs overnight. Fires burned in the street, filling the air with smoke.

The city fire station was ablaze. Waves of protesters charged towards a police station deep into the night. Demonstrators dragged away their wounded comrades into alleys.

Security forces shot dead a protester in the north of the Sinai region on Thursday, bringing the death toll to five".

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 3:48 pm    Post subject: Mike Ruppert includes comment on Egypt in video Reply with quote

Mike Ruppert includes comment on Egypt in his latest broadcast.



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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 9:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

See Mike on Zeitgeist: Moving Forward. Warning 2h41m but worth it Wink

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z9WVZddH9w

also new updates from FB:

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Egypt parliament speaker to announce important matter in a short time - Egyptian Satellite TV
Israeli Channel 10 is saying Mubarak is on a private jet to Switzerland.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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THE EGYPTIAN INTERNET IS DOWN!!!!
The Egyptian Embassy in Berlin confirmed!!
..I just called the Embassy in Berlin - and asked to put it back on!!
I begged him to voice the voiceless - to help where he's able to help, to support the people in need and OUR CHILDREN ♥
He sounded quite cool and felt my worries, m hopefully - let's see what the people of conscience can do ♥ insha'Allah ♥

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Rafah crossing:
Egyptian armored vehicles and security forces mobilized and left their posts along the border with Gaza and opened heavy fire at angry Egyptian citizens who want to break into the Gazan side of the border, also there are sound of explosions along the border .

Gaza TV News repoter - Yousef Al-Helou

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://www.jpnews-sy.com/en/news.php?id=709

Hosni Mubarak wealth goes beyond 40 Billion Dollars


http://www.presstv.ir/detail/162430.html
Worldwide protests back Egypt uprising

Riot police force protestors back across the Kasr Al Nile Bridge as they attempt to get into Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo on January 28, 2011.

Hundreds of people around the world have held demonstrations near Egyptian embassies to support the ongoing protests against President Hosni Mubarak.


In Turkey, groups of people gathered outside the Egyptian Embassy in Ankara in a show of solidarity with protesters in Egypt.

In London, demonstrators called on the Egyptian authorities to avoid the use of force against protesters.

In the Tunisian capital of Tunis, a similar rally was held in front of the Egyptian Embassy to support the uprising in Egypt.

"We are here to say that the Tunisian people are behind the Egyptian people. They have suffered in the way that we suffered. It's time for change," AFP quoted one protester as saying.

A demonstration is also expected in Germany to show solidarity with Egyptian protesters.

Egyptian security forces have clashed with protesters in the capital Cairo and several other cities where rallies are held against the government of Mubarak.

Thousands of protesters have defied an overnight curfew and to stay on Cairo's streets.

The Egyptian government initially announced an overnight curfew in the districts of greater Cairo, Alexandria and Suez. But later it was extended to the whole country.

Security forces have been replaced with army troops on the streets of Alexandria while reports say security forces have opened fire on thousands of protesters in Suez.

Latest reports say at least five people have been killed during Friday's protests, bringing to 14 the number of those killed in the unrest. Scores of others have been wounded in the massive protests.

Egypt's largest opposition group, the Muslim Brotherhood, earlier called on all Egyptians to take to the streets. Sources say the opposition leaders brace for massive arrests across the country.

The Egyptian government has cut all cell-phone and Internet services amid anti-government demonstrations that began after the Friday prayers.

The army has also been brought in and military vehicles are seen on the streets of the capital following violent clashes between police and protesters.

Opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei was among other top figures, who attended the rally.

Reports say ElBaradei has been placed under house arrest after joining the massive anti-government protests in Cairo.

Security forces initially prevented ElBaradei from leaving a mosque in Giza.
The mosque was under siege for several hours before ElBaradei was put under house arrest.

ElBaradei has said he would help head a transitional government if Mubarak steps down.

Many more people including opposition activists have been arrested. Protesters want an end to the decades-long rule of Mubarak.

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Egypt shut down ALL communications last night, phone, internet, EVERYTHING. They stormed Al Jazeera studios & shut them down this morning, nothing in, nothing out. All after a video of security forces shooting a protestor dead in the streets, he was a football field away from the nearest police officer.


Man shot in Egypt Protest


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Breaking news from Aljazeera - Alexandria has been liberated from the Mubarak regime!! Smile) And police are starting to refuse firing on protesters and are changing sides!! Smile)

Al Jazeera English - Live Streams
english.aljaze...era.net
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

EGYPT IN REVOLT! EGYPT REVOLUTION!


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Pres. Mubarak’s Steals 40 Billion

http://www.politicolnews.com/pres-mubaraks-steals-40-billion/

Jan. 28, 2011 President Mubarak’s stash is worth 40 billion dollars as his personal worth or what he stole from the Egyptian people has risen to epic proportions.

The overthrow of his 30 years of a dictatorship regime and the military taking over his corrupt government today January 28, 2011 has army tanks fighting back protesters but actually many sympathize with the protesters.

Hosni Mubarak has taken real estate, liquid cash, royal yachts, and has 40 billion in cash and assets hidden away in banks around the world for easy access namely in: Germany, United States, UK, Switzerland, Scotland, England, Dubai, Madrid and other countries. The Alaa Mubarak has properties both inside the country or in the United States major cities of Washington, LA and New York on the finest streets of the land.

His wife Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak and their two sons also are incredibly wealthy and the first lady has another 3-5 billion for her own personal use.
Mubarak’s wealth also has ties to large corporate US interests such as:
Marlboro, Hermes, Mcdonalds, Vodafone, Hyundai, Chili and other large corporations.

It is no surprise that the people of Egypt are starving, jobless and have been robbed of their countries wealth because President Mubarak and his greedy relatives have stolen all from his own country.



MUBARAK PERSONAL WEALTH AT 40 BILLION DOLLARS STOLEN FROM EGYPT
Today Egyptians said enough is enough and have taken to the streets 20 thousand strong to oust the 30 years of dictatorship and corruption. In recent weeks we have seen the same in Tunisia as their dictator Ali fled the country. Ali’s relatives are seeking asylum in a wealth neighbourhood in Montreal Canada.

It is clear that the dictator days in Egypt are over as Mubarak has only one option and that is to flee his country immediately and allow a democratic rule to take place.

tags: Mubarack’s stolen 40 billion, Mubarak’s stash, stolen Egyptian money in US bank accounts, Suzanne Mubarak, Egypt’s President’s stolen wealth, Companies involved in Mubarak’s stolen investments, US banks, government of Egypt.

Source: Jouhina Portal News

Update: the headquarters of the national democratic party has been burned to the ground, sources at CNN say the police did the burning. It appears the army and police are taking the side of the protesters.

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added 00:16 http://www.good.is/post/spread-the-word-telecomix-providing-internet-t o-egypt/
Tell all your friends to spread the word far and wide: The Telecomix News Agency, an organization dedicated to informing the public about internet freedom issues, is now providing dial-up modem service to Egypt. Yesterday, the embroiled nation's government shut down all high-speed web service when it was discovered that protesters were galvanizing via e-mail and social networking sites.

The number is +46850009990, and Telecomix is also asking anyone able to provide more modem service to do so. Go here to find out how.

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SPREAD MEGA VIRAL! FREE INTERNET ACCESS INFO for those censored/blocked in Egypt!!!
by Ryan D Hall on Friday, 28 January 2011 at 20:34
Hosni Mubarak's Government of Egypt has been BLOCKING social networks and free internet access - please share this info so that you can encourage CONTINUAL OPEN SHARING of LIVE UNCENSORED NEWS and REPORTS from people on the streets of the protests in Egypt! ALSO COPY and PASTE all of this info into a NEW NOTE that you can post and share with others in case anything happens to THIS note or MY profile! DO NOT LET THEIR FIGHT FOR LIBERTY DIE! A person does NOT have to agree with Islam / the Muslim religion or Egypt politics, or Middle East culture, in order to AGREE that EVERY PERSON of EVERY NATION deserves God-given FREEDOM which is INALIENABLE and CAN NEVER be denied of any man!

Pass it on: HOW TO GET ON FACEBOOK... FROM EGYPT!
Anyone in Egypt who has access to a analog phone line and can call France is able to connect to the network using the following phone number:
+33 1 72 89 01 50
login: toto,
password: toto

Egypt : To bypass government blocking of website names, use numerical IP addresses:
for Twitter http://128.242.240.52/
for Facebook http://69.63.189.34/
...for Google http://72.14.204.99/
I personally just now verified all IP addresses of those websites and they ALL work from Kansas, USA right now.

Another friend of mine on Facebook RECOMMENDS:
"i would recommend using http://www.anchorfree.com/ HOTSPOT BLUESHIELD, its a Virtual Private Network (VPN) = you could surf the web flawlessly"

For more information, read THIS:
"How to Foil a Nationwide Internet Shutdown"
http://lifehacker.com/5746046/how-to-foil-a-nationwide-internet-shutdo wn

For more information on GETTING AROUND the INTERNET BLOCK in Egypt, read THIS: http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=489470481221

And THIS:
"How to Foil a Nationwide Internet Shutdown"
http://lifehacker.com/5746046/how-to-foil-a-nationwide-internet-shutdo wn

How-to Bypass Egypt Block for Facebook and Twitter
http://www.texnomic.com/blog/?p=480

The Onion Router = averts (bypasses) censorship!
Help Egypt! Join the Cloud!
https://www.accessnow.org/proxy-cloud/page/join-the-cloud

wow! BOMBSHELL NEWS! Also of note: Israel's Gov't says that Mubarak shall prevail ... wow
"Egypt protests: America's secret backing for rebel leaders behind uprising - The American government secretly backed leading figures behind the Egyptian uprising who have been planning “regime change” for the past three years, The Daily Telegraph has learned."
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/egypt/8 289686/Egypt-protests-Americas-secret-backing-for-rebel-leaders-behind -uprising.html

**** Watch NOW! FREE LIVE video of uprising in Egypt...
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SPREAD THIS MEGA VIRAL IN SUPPORT OF OUR FREEDOM FIGHTING BROTHERS IN EGYPT and TUNISIA!!!

The rest of the good people in the world are behind you and rooting for you.

LET THE LEADERS OF AMERICA FEAR!
For everything happening in Tunisia and Egypt WILL ALSO EASILY HAPPEN HERE! (in America!)

A good question is: WHY IS IT NOT HAPPENING HERE NOW ALSO???????????

I find it INCREASINGLY SUSPICIOUS that the MILITARY CHIEF of Egypt was visiting Obama in America right as these riots started happening. Yet where is Egypt's dictator Mubarak at? Al-Jazeera says that nobody can find him and they keep worrying over him - do they support him or what?! Uggh it is SICK!

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 29, 2011 12:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jan the 1st Coptic Church bombing in Alexadria false flag? hmmm
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 29, 2011 1:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well Said


Tunisia Egypt Revolution Tribute by Ken O'Keefe


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Recorded in Gaza on January 27, 2011, Ken O'Keefe pays tribute to the revolutionaries of Tunisia and Egypt and calls on all just minded people to give physical support for the revolution.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 30, 2011 1:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Israeli troops have entered the Sinai border area. They appear to be sat on the border in heavy numbers.
They are saying officially that this is to prevent militants entering Israel due to Egyptian military unable to hold the border.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 30, 2011 10:51 pm    Post subject: An interesting take on Egypt/Tunisia? Reply with quote

Webster Tarpley comes at this from a different angle to what we have heard so far in the media. Don't know what to make of it. Is this really the work of western Babylon? Tarpley has been spot on about so much for so long.
What do you think about this version of these events?


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2011 12:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tarpley is SPOT on. If you look at it logically the Army Commander was in America for "Talks" at the time the trouble started, the Army has so far failed to act, indeed said they "will not act against the citizens". Meanwhile, American puppet El Baradei has flown in - from America (HELLO) - with his nobel peace prize to offer himself up as Mubarak's successor!

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2011 6:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

More clarity, perhaps?

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Meanwhile, American puppet El Baradei has flown in


Could you rephrase that, or better yet, translate from Regev-speak, bearing in mind how 'well' El Baradei is liked at State?

But yes, Tarpley is at least plausible and certainly in fine form.

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Amazing twitter feed from Tahrir Square in central Cairo tonight
http://twitter.com/justimage

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Rights NGO claims that Israeli planes carrying crowd dispersal weapons have arrived in Egypt
Monday, 31 January 2011 14:20
http://www.middleeastmonitor.org.uk/news/middle-east/2001-rights-ngo-c laims-that-israeli-planes-carrying-crowd-dispersal-weapons-have-arrive d-in-egypt

Three Israeli planes landed at Cairo's Mina International Airport on Saturday carrying hazardous equipment for use in dispersing and suppressing large crowds.
The International Network for Rights and Development has claimed that Israeli logistical support has been sent to Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak to help his regime confront demonstrations demanding that he steps down as head of state. According to reports by the non-governmental organisation, three Israeli planes landed at Cairo's Mina International Airport on Saturday carrying hazardous equipment for use in dispersing and suppressing large crowds...............



Looters included undercover Egyptian police, hospitals tell Human Rights Watch

Egypt: Anti-government protesters clash with riot police in Cairo
The Egyptian government blocks Twitter after thousands of protesters took to the streets of Cairo to demand an end to the 30-year-rule of President Hosni Mubarak.
By Leila Fadel
Tuesday, February 1, 2011; 8:36 AM

CAIRO - Human Rights Watch confirmed several cases of undercover police loyal to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's regime committing acts of violence and looting in an attempt to stoke fear of instability as demonstrations grew stronger Tuesday against the autocratic leader.

Peter Bouckaert, the emergency director at Human Rights Watch, said hospitals confirmed that they received several wounded looters shot by the army carrying police identification cards. They also found several cases of looters and vandals in Cairo and Alexandria with police identification cards. He added that it was "unexplainable" that thousands of prisoners escaped from prisons over the weekend.



Looters included undercover Egyptian police, hospitals tell Human Rights Watch
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CAIRO - Human Rights Watch confirmed several cases of undercover police loyal to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's regime committing acts of violence and looting in an attempt to stoke fear of instability as demonstrations grew stronger Tuesday against the autocratic leader.
Peter Bouckaert, the emergency director at Human Rights Watch, said hospitals confirmed that they received several wounded looters shot by the army carrying police identification cards. They also found several cases of looters and vandals in Cairo and Alexandria with police identification cards. He added that it was "unexplainable" that thousands of prisoners escaped from prisons over the weekend.

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CIA: Frank G. Wisner arrived in Cairo
http://www.voltairenet.org/article168337.html

As the Egyptian revolt swells, the U.S. National Security Council considered that the handling of the situation by Margaret Scobey, their Ambassador in Cairo, was not good enough.

Ms Scobey is a career diplomat with a significant track record in the Middle East, but lacks experience in secret operations. Without prejudging the future, she has spared no effort to meet with the greatest number of players and establish ties with all camps at the same time.

For the National Security Council, it is not enough to simply safeguard the interests of the United States. It is absolutely indispensable to preserve the Egyptian-Israeli peace, which implies having to choose the next leaders of the country. Thus, the NSC called on Frank G. Wisner, former Ambassador to Egypt (1986-91), and dispatched him urgently to Cairo where he arrived on 31 January 2011.

Mr. Wisner is the son of Frank G. Wisner Sr., co-founder of the CIA and Gladio. Together with Allen Dulles, Wisner Sr. was one of the architects of the U.S. secret intervention doctrine: support those democracies which make a "good choice", oppose those which make the wrong choice.........

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Egypt on the brink of a bloodbath
by Thierry Meyssan | Beirut (Lebanon)
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The mainstream media are enthralled by the demonstrations in Egypt and are heralding the advent of a Western-style democracy throughout the Middle East. Thierry Meyssan refutes this interpretation. According to him, antagonistic forces have been set in motion, the outcome of which will turn against the order imposed by the United States in the region....

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The Mubarak speech was the moment where the regime decided to respond and defend itself. It has a plan, and it's not foolish at all. Were the pro-Mubarak protests organized by the regime? Maybe. Yet this cannot explain the protestors' love for the president. People were kissing Mubarak's photo and walked up to me on their own accord to tell me they love him and that he's "their life." Not only older people were out there, but also youngsters and women. Indeed, there were no intellectuals in the Mubarak camp, but I certainly saw middle class Egyptians there.
At one point, someone grabbed hold of me and said: "It's all because of you, because of the photographers and press. You're a spy." The last time someone told me that I was the target of a lynching attempt in Iraq. I did not respond and got away, withdrawing to the safe haven - the Hilton Hotel.
Cairo is no longer a safe place. Rather, it is a place of emotions, urges, hate and love – all the components that make a civil war.
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Neutrality would've been the army stopping Mubarak's thugs from attacking demonstrators. The army has clearly taken a side
http://twitter.com/justimage

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Loosing the Goons: The Mubarak-Obama Move to Crush Egypt’s Uprising

Written by Chris Floyd
Wednesday, 02 February 2011 16:47

I must agree with As’ad AbuKhalil: The violence we are seeing in Egypt today (Wednesday) is a direct result of a green-light from Washington to “do what it takes” to preserve the Cairo regime. Today we have suddenly seen hundreds of “pro-Mubarak” goons pouring into the public squares to attack the non-violent demonstrators. The Egyptian Army – whom most of the demonstrators had lauded and looked to for protection from the police – is now apparently refusing to interfere with the attacks by the goon squads against the unarmed protestors. The UN reports that at least 300 people have already been killed in violence against the demonstrators since the uprising began: this number will now rise, perhaps sharply.

What is happening seems clear: Mubarak, backed by Obama, has decided to foment a storm of bloodshed, chaos and fear in order to provide a justification for “restoring order” – i.e., crushing the uprising by force. This course could not have been adopted without the support of the Cairo regime’s patrons and paymasters in Washington. None of this should come as a surprise. From the very beginning, the administration of Barack Obama, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate, has been killing people – most of them defenseless civilians – all over the world to advance a brutal agenda of militarist domination and the enrichment of corrupt elites.

For decades, a pliant regime in Egypt has been a linchpin of this thoroughly bipartisan agenda. Obama’s task now is to preserve this arrangement if at all possible. Mubarak himself doesn’t matter; he’s now become a liability to the operation of business as usual. But the power structures in Washington and Cairo can’t afford to have him simply forced from office by popular will; what kind of example would that set? Instead they will seek to use the months until Mubarak’s envisaged retirement in September to beat down the uprising by overt means – as we are seeing on the streets of Egypt’s cities today – and covert means, with the piecemeal arrest of various dissident leaders and other crackdowns on activities that might “threaten public order.”

Whether they will succeed in this is still an open question; but things have taken a decidedly darker turn in Egypt. And a great deal of that darkness is being cast by the ever-looming shadow of Washington’s Domination Machine. *AbuKhalil has provided some of the most insightful and informed observations on the uprising in Egypt. Below are a few excerpts from several of his recent posts that throw light on the current situation.

A Western correspondent in Cairo told me that Mubarak goons targeted many reporters and that they also sexually harassed female protesters. Those goons and criminals are the linchpin of Obama's Middle East policy. ...

There are a lot of similarities already between Iran of 1953 and Egypt of 2011. Don't forget what happened in 1953 in Iran. The CIA then hired armed goons and thugs to defeat the pro-democracy movement. This time around, the armed goons are hired by the regime itself. ...

... I just read the speech by Obama: it confirmed my suspicion, that basically Mubarak was permitted by the US to do with the Egyptian people as he would like. Every drop of blood that is spilled in Egypt from this day onwards should be blamed on Obama because he has embraced this new strategy of letting Mubarak defy the popular will of the Egyptian people.

I don't trust the Egyptian army: the top brass is hand picked by the US/Israel [coalition] and can be easily bought off by a combination of bribes, gadgets, and perks. They could care less about the Egyptian people. This is part of the ruling group of this tyrant. ..

The US is now arranging for a coup against the will of the Egyptian people. ... This move by Obama towards Egypt can be described as criminal because it will lead to blood on the streets. I wonder if Obama during his talk with Mubarak discussed numbers like: just don't kill more than 50 or 60 a day, or something like that. His unprincipled cynicism reminds me of the conspiracies of the 1950s. I am so glad that I resisted all efforts by my liberal and leftist friends who were urging me to vote for this personification of the Bush Doctrine.

And......Tony Blair has described Hosni Mubarak, the beleaguered Egyptian leader, as "immensely courageous and a force for good".

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