Thursday, February 17, 2011

CIA AND MOSSAD TOPPLED MUBARAK

Mubarak, who made Egypt more peaceful and more prosperous. The CIA and Mossad have now toppled Mubarak.

Egypt: the new Haiti? Both Aristide and Mubarak were accused of being corrupt.

Mubarak made Egypt peaceful and more prosperous.

Mubarak is very rich, but so also is the Bush family in the USA.

Most of the leaders in the Gulf region have made fortunes from their links to western companies.

Egypt has had torture, but so also has the USA; the chief torturers work for the USA.

Toppling Saddam did not help Iraq.

Toppling the Shah did not help Iran.

The toppling of Mubarak has already done great damage to Egypt.

* Growth may fall to as low as 1%
* Big price rises
* Investment outflows of up to $1 bln a day
* Key tourism revenues take "big hit" (Egypt inflation to rise ...)

Egyptian children of El-Fayoum
Egyptians by mshamma

Many Egyptians supported Mubarak, particularly in the villages.

Mubarak defended Christians in Egypt, according to His Holiness Shenuda III', the Coptic Pope.

El Soryani is a Coptic Bishop and he strongly supports Mubarak (EGYPT: COPTIC BISHOP: WE SUPPORT MUBARAK.)


In Alexandria people painted over anti-Mubarak graffiti. (Many In Egypt's Ancient Alexandria Support Mubarak : NPR)

One piece of graffiti that declared: The people want to try Mubarak, now reads: The people want Mubarak.

Some Alexandrians say they feared going outside because of pro-Mubarak bullies.

The ruling party HQ

Cairo today, by Kodak Agfa

The protests have left the Egyptian economy in a shambles

"Today Giza is empty - and horse guides like Farag abu Ghanim, who has 25 employees and 35 horses, are in trouble.

"'From where we feed our family?' asked Farag. 'And from where we feed these horses?'

"A horse costs almost $10 a day to feed - Farag has already gone into debt to pay for them. Many more are like him - tourism accounts for one out of every ten jobs in Egypt...

"In central Cairo, shop owners like Abdul al-Sunni say their business is down 70 percent - he is not earning enough to feed his family."

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Egypt by faelius

What lies ahead for Egypt, if so called 'democratic' elections are held?

1. There could be a weak coalition government which may contain the CIA's Muslim Brotherhood.

Rajab Hilal Hamida, a member of the Brotherhood in Egypt's parliament, has said:

"From my point of view, Bin Ladin, al-Zawahiri and al-Zarqawi are not terrorists in the sense accepted by some. I support all their activities." (a Cautionary Note)

This Muslim Brotherhood guy is spouting CIA-Mossad propaganda intended to weaken countries like Egypt.

2. A new Egyptian president may quickly be undermined by acts of false flag terrorism, accusations of government corruption, and disputes with the military.



3. The majority of the Egyptian population will become MUCH poorer and there could be serious malnutrition.

The middle classes will lose some of their savings.

4. There is a risk that Israel will grab the Sinai.

There is a risk that Egypt will be balkanised.

5. Eventually a new leader may emerge.

He could be an American-trained general or even a member of the CIA's Muslim Brotherhood.

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Egypt by faelius

Indonesia had a CIA 'people power' revolution in 1998.

This was followed by years of dire poverty and much violence.

Now Indonesia is ruled by an American-trained general who once worked for Suharto.

Indonesia is now being invaded by a less-liberal form of Islam and the poor are still struggling.

Most of the 'corrupt' people are still in place - civil servants, police, judges, generals, businessmen and politicians.

Recent visitors to Indonesia have been George Soros and Nat Rothschild.

capturant somriures
Egypt by Kaobanga

According to Irannewsnow (SNAP ANALYSIS: Elbaradei, The Muslim Brotherhood, and a Cautionary Note):

"After the 1979 revolution in Iran, the secularists and the various religious groups united to form a coalition government.

"Within a year, the Islamic Republic party (two of the members of which were Rafsanjani and Khamenei) completely took control and turned Iran into a totalitarian state in the guise of a so-called 'Islamic' republic that took away many of the hard-earned rights that Iranians had gained in the last century...

"I would like to remind people that when Khomeini came to Iran he promised freedom, democracy and human rights...

"In fact, one of the members of the Muslim Brotherhood, involved in the assassination of former liberal Egyptian President Anwar Saddat, is Ayman Al-Zawahiri, one of the leaders of Al Qaeda."

So, the CIA got rid of Sadat as well.

"During the height of the revolution in Iran in 79, the Islamists burned a cinema in Tehran full of people, massacring the people in side (The Rex Cinema Massacre).

"They were able to successfully blame the government of the Shah for this, and they leveraged the anger of the people to further their own position." (SNAP ANALYSIS: Elbaradei, The Muslim Brotherhood, and a Cautionary Note)

The 1979 toppling of the Shah was of course the work of the CIA.

(KHOMEINI - AN AGENT OF THE US AND UK GOVERNMENTS) ?

Chicago, 1954
There are poor people in Egypt. But, this photo shows Chicago in the USA.

Life expectancy in Egypt is 70.1 years, the same as in many parts of the USA.

Unemployment in Egypt is LOWER than in the USA.

Some figures (Egypt.):

1. Between 1980 and 2007 Egypt’s Human Development Index (HDI) rose 42%.

2. Egypt’s average annual HDI growth was 10th fastest worldwide and almost double the global average.

3. Between 2005 & 2008 Poverty, as defined by those living under $2/day, fell over 11%

4. Only 16% of the population now live on less than $2 per day.

5. The Gini Index, the international measure of wealth inequality, fell 7% between 1999 & 2007.

6. The share of the poorest 10% in national income rose 5% and the share of richest 10% fell 6% in the same period.

The ratio of the wealth of the richest to the poorest 10% also fell 10%.

School bus - Transport scolaire
Egypt - school bus, by coalvillestation

Egypt has enjoyed economic growth averaging 4%–5% over the past 25 years.

The Egyptian economy was expected to grow at 6.1% in 2010/11. (Egypt - African Economic Outlook)

"Egypt held up well during the first round of the global financial crisis thanks to its reformed banking sector and low integration into global financial markets as a whole." (Egypt - African Economic Outlook)

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Tuesday, February 01, 2011

WHAT THE USA REALLY THINKS ABOUT EGYPT

In 1967 Israeli and US intelligence decided to attack the USS Liberty, and blame Egypt. By the end of the 1967 war, Israel had seized the Gaza Strip and the Sinai Peninsula from Egypt, the West Bank and East Jerusalem from Jordan, and the Golan Heights from Syria. (Thy Weapon of War: The 1967 Israeli Attack on the USS Liberty ...)

It looks like the USA decided to dump Egypt some time ago.

The Foreign Policy Research Institute is a US think tank associated with people such as Henry Kissinger, Dov Zakheim and Daniel Pipes.

In 2009, it gave us an insight into US thinking on Egypt.

At FPRI, Trudy Kuehner wrote: The U.S. and Egypt Since the Suez Crisis - FPRI

Some quotes:

"There is a sense that the relationship has run its course...

"Its foundations are either weak or obsolete.

"The Egyptian-Israeli peace is cold...

"The U.S. in the 1970s did not have bases throughout the Persian Gulf. Thirty years later, U.S. military bases dot the Gulf.

"Now, there are no Soviets to contain. This relationship has been running on bureaucratic inertia.

(Egyptian Lantern Slides)

"So what should policymakers do? The debate falls along three axes.

"First, some argue that we should go back to authoritarian stability...

"The second axis around which the debate revolves is that we need to undertake a program of democratization and reform in Egypt...

"We need to provide some sort of soft landing...

"Finally, the third stream of thought, an emerging one, is that ... we need to step back from this relationship...

"There is no compelling reason to have a strategic relationship with Egypt, or for Egypt to be the second largest recipient of our foreign aid."

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Soros helped Arab bloggers gain exposure.

The story from the mainstream media is that:

(A) Mubarak is in bed with Israel

(B) Mubarak has not helped Egypt.

What is the truth about Mubarak?

1. Egypt opposes Globalisation.

Mubarak "has failed to deregulate and privatize the economy." (Egypt and Israel: A Reversible Peace :: Middle East Quarterly)

2. Egypt has been making good economic progress

Egypt has enjoyed economic growth averaging 4%–5% over the past 25 years.

The Egyptian economy was expected to grow at 6.1% in 2010/11. (Egypt - African Economic Outlook)

"Egypt held up well during the first round of the global financial crisis thanks to its reformed banking sector and low integration into global financial markets as a whole." (Egypt - African Economic Outlook)

Pawns?

3. Mubarak opposes Israel.

"The Egyptian minister of defense and war production, Muhammad Hussein at-Tantawi, was reported to have told a closed forum a few years ago that Egypt should prepare for a future war with Israel." (Egypt and Israel: A Reversible Peace :: Middle East Quarterly)

In 1981 President Mubarak came to power and he "has effectively boycotted Israel."

Egypt's state-controlled newspapers continued to demonize Israel.

"All ties on the bilateral level between Egypt and Israel have been frozen including tourism, commerce, and industry." (Egypt and Israel: A Reversible Peace :: Middle East Quarterly)

4. Israel and the USA want to topple Mubarak.

Under Mubarak, the Egyptian military has seen Israel as the enemy and has not cooperated fully with the USA.

Egypt has resisted sending troops to Iraq and Afghanistan. (US frustrated with Egypt military)

Egypt opposes US Globalisation.

Emad Gad, an expert at Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, says:

"Despite Israel’s peace treaty with Egypt, Egypt remains Israel's primary threat in the region.

"Israel sees Egypt as its main obstacle to regional dominance."

Israel wants to grab a part of Egypt.

Some History:

Egypt and Israel were at war in the years: 1948, 1956, 1967, 1973.

In 1977 President Anwar Sadat decided that Egypt could only get back Sinai by signing a peace treaty with Israel.

In April 2010, it was reported that a weekly magazine aiming to link Arab bloggers with politicians and the elderly was launched in Egypt at the initiative of a group backed by US billionaire George Soros. (Soros backs Egypt weekly to give Arab bloggers exposure.)

In April 2010, it was reported by the Jerusalem Post that "Egypt has taken an aggressive stance against Israel, with Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit calling Israel an 'enemy' state." - (Egypt warns of Israel-Lebanon escalation)

In June 2010, Egypt re-opened the Rafah border with Gaza (Rafah crossing to remain open indefinitely - News)

In August 2010, Egyptian security forces seized a ship loaded with explosives coming from Israel and arrested its owner in Port Said. (Egypt seizes explosives on ship coming from Israel - People's.)

On 20 December 2010 (ISRAEL DESTABILISING EGYPT) we learnt that Egypt arrested members of an Israeli spy ring within its borders.

On 1 January 2011, we read that a group calling itself Al-Qaeda (the CIA-Mossad) may be responsible for the seven dead and 24 injured in an attack on a church in Egypt

In January 2011, we read that Egypt's Irrigation Minister has dismissed the possibility that Egypt would supply Israel with water from the Nile. (Egypt and Israel, a souring relationship?)

Egyptian riots. Photo AP.

It would seem that the USA and Israel decided some time ago to topple Egypt's president Mubarak.

"The U.S. strategy for three decades ... has been to bet on Mubarak... But that cannot possibly be a smart bet for the next decade." - Elliott Abrams on 20 January 2011 (interview)

Abrams, a neo-con Zionist, was involved in Iran-Contra.

According to PressTV (Mossad was behind the Egypt church blast):

"Political experts believe that the US, the Israeli regime and Britain have crafted a long-term joint security program in the Middle East and North Africa...

"Part of the scenario is to ... split Egypt into a Christian-populated country and a Muslim-populated one ...

"The West's agenda is to lay the groundwork for the formation of a Coptic government in Upper Nile in Egypt...

"Therefore, the recent scuffles between Muslims and Christians in Naj' Hammadi region in Qena governorate in southern Egypt as well as the blast at the Alexandria church are a prelude for the dangerous Western-engineered scenario to unfold in one of the key Islamic-Arab nations."

Netanyau meets Omar Suleiman, head of Egyptian Inteligence on 4 November 2010 in Tel Aviv.

According to the powerful US Council on Foreign Relations (Egypt - Council on Foreign Relations):

"The Suez Canal remains critical to the security of the Persian Gulf and its vast energy reserves, as well as to global trade.

"Egypt also maintains the region's largest and most powerful Arab military."

It seems that Obama would like to topple Egypt's President Mubarak, and replace him with someone more reliable.

The Pentagon wants the Egyptian military to help advance the US-Israeli agenda.

Egyptian

Who might replace Mubarak?

Some unknown military figure could emerge.

Or spy chief Omar Suleiman could take power in some kind of coup.

Suleiman was trained at the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare School and Center at Fort Bragg, in the 1980s. (Egypt's Next Strongman Foreign Policy)

Suleiman continues to have close contacts with US intelligence and military officials.

On Facebook, Twitter, and blogs, Suleiman is receiving support. (Egypt's Next Strongman Foreign Policy)

Sounds spooky.

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CIA, MOSSAD & SOROS VERSUS MUBARAK
THE PUZZLING CASE OF MOROCCO

THE CIA WAS INVOLVED IN THE TUNISIA REVOLT - THIERRY MEYSSAN OF VOLTAIRENET


On 23 January 2011, at Voltairenet, Thierry Meyssan has an article on Tunisia entitled: Washington face à la colère du peuple tunisien ] - [ Translate this page ]

Meyssan believes that the start of the Jasmine Revolution was not planned by the CIA and its friends, but, that the CIA and its friends quickly became involved in directing the affair.

Aangirfan believes that the CIA and its friends have been planning for some time to topple Ben Ali.

Ben Ali, like the Shah and like Suharto, had become too independent minded.

According to Thierry Meyssan:

1. Washington saw that Ben Ali was in trouble and could not be saved.

So Washington decided to organise the rebels.

2. Washington decided to use the media in Tunisia and abroad to control the direction of the revolt.

Washington got the media to focus attention on social issues, the corruption of Ben Ali, and censorship of the press.

Washington wanted to avoid any mention of Tunisia being used as base for NATO and the CIA.

3. On 30 December, the private channel TV Nessma spread reports about the riots and organised a debate about the transition to democracy.

Nesma TV is part owned by Silvio Berlusconi.

4. At the same time, US agents (as well as Serbs and Germans) were sent to Tunisia to run the insurgency.

These experts provided the rioters with their slogans.

These experts followed the tactics for a 'colour revolution' developed by the Albert Einstein Institution.

5. On 2 January 2010, 'the CIA' hacked the official website of the Prime Minister.


6. On 13 January the Chief of Staff of the Army, General Rashid Ammar, was contacted by the commander of AFRICOM, General William Ward.

7. Ben Ali then fled.

8. News organizations launched the name "Jasmine Revolution" (in English).

The term "Jasmine Revolution" was used by the CIA to communicate during the coup of 1987 which placed Ben Ali in power.

9. We forget the good report given by the IMF managing director Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

And we forget the latest report of Transparency International which said that Tunisia was less corrupt than the states of the European Union such as Italy, Romania and Greece.

10. Ahmed Najib Chebbi, a pawn of the National Endowment for Democracy, has become Minister of Regional Development.

11. Amanou Slim, a blogger using the methods of the Albert Einstein Institute, has become Secretary of State for Youth and Sports.

12. The real seat of power is no longer at the Palace of the Republic, but at the Embassy of the United States.

Located outside of Tunis, in a vast campus, the embassy is a huge bunker that houses the highly secure central stations for the CIA and the MEPI North Africa and part of the Levant.

13. Islamist Rachid Ghannouchi prepares to arrive from London.


The following is our timeline:

2000 - President Ben Ali broke all diplomatic ties with Israel

2003 - Ben Ali refused to take part in either of the two wars against Iraq.

2009 - Tunisia signed an economic and technical cooperation pact with China

2009 - Sakhr El Materi, chairman of the Tunisia-US Parliamentary Friendship Group, met the US ambassador at Materi's home (Tunisia: Dinner With Sakher El Materi - TuniLeaks) "The Ambassador raised economic liberalization, noting the importance of opening up to franchising."

2010 - A report (Transformation: Tunisia) notes: "Despite the formal abolition of trade barriers for industrial goods with the European Union as of 1 January 2008, in practice, Tunisia has seen too little progress in terms of trade liberalization."

May 2010 - General William E. Ward, commander of U.S. Africa Command, visited Tunisia and met Tunisian Minister of Defense Ridha Grira.

"Minister Grira had recently returned from very positive talks in Washington with Secretary of Defense Robert Gates." (Tunisia - U.S. Africa Command Blog)

October 2010 - Sakhr El Materi, chairman of the Tunisia-US Parliamentary Friendship Group, had talks with top Americans in the Pentagon and the State Department.

November 2010 - A cable from the US embassy in Tunis released by wikileaks describes Tunisia's President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali's family entourage as a "quasi Mafia" because of its "organized corruption".

Mohamed Bouazizi. He "set himself on fire outside the governor’s office". ( Mohamed Bouazizi.) Or he "set fire to himself at the bus station." "He had apparently decided to go to Tunis and talk to the president... (he) arrived at the bus station." (Tunisian riot town stands firm in its fury )

17 December - Mohamed Bouazizi, a 26-year-old university graduate, reportedly set himself alight in the central Tunisian town of Sidi Bouzid in a protest over unemployment.

He reportedly died on January 5 from burn wounds.

In Islam, suicide is considered a sin.

There have been rumours that Mohamed Bouazizi is still alive s

24 December 2010 - an important Washington think tank (Institute for Policy Studiesa) had an article about a possible change of regime in Tunisia (Foreign Policy In Focus.):

"It would do Tunisians, even (Tunisian President) Ben Ali, well to recall how many US allies different American administrations have discarded…"

7 January 2011 - the Council on Foreign Relations's Elliott Abrams (Elliott Abrams: Is Tunisia Next?) seems to suggest that the fall of Ben Ali would be a good thing.

"Tunisians are clearly sick of looking at all the giant photos and paintings of Ben Ali that appear on walls, posters, and billboards all over the country...

"If Tunisia can move toward democracy, Algerians and Egyptians and even Libyans will wonder why they cannot."

8-10 January - More people die in three days of rioting.

Mysterious rooftop snipers are at work.

13 January - The army withdraws from Tunis, which remains occupied by special forces.

The leaders of the North African branch of Al-Qaeda/the CIA call for the overthrow of Ben Ali.

14 January
- Ben Ali leaves the country.