Saturday, January 29, 2011

EGYPT: What People Should Do Besides Protest And Why


Just caught CBC's "The National" at 10 pm (January 28th, 2011) and the first 45 minutes were amazingly devoted to the massive protests in Egypt against their government and 30 year dictator Hosni Mubarak. We were shown repeated pictures of protestors fighting with military and police, damaging cars and chanting slogans. It was big news, but what's strange is how objective newscasters had suddenly became zealous cheerleaders for the mayhem.

We were told this is a spontaneous grassroots uprising created by social networks, that Mubarak is obviously a U.S. puppet-tyrant so the U.S. must be unhappy, and that people wanted more freedom and democratic reforms. So, what could possibly be the problem with this? Isn't it a good thing? Something that our corporate-state media should encourage us to cheer for? Are they? Is that a good or bad thing for our political future? Will we riot in the streets soon?

The glowing corporate-state media coverage should be our first clue to help us understand this might not be exactly what they say it is, especially since they're helping to promote the protests the most to the most people, including those watching the news as a good thing. While the good people of Egypt should fight for their freedoms, unless they get more informed, they may just see one dictator replaced with another. That appears to be the plan unfolding.

Webster Tarpley had an excellent article mentioning Tunisia's recent revolution and foreshadowing the Egyptian protests based on Wikileaks exposing Arab leaders while ignoring the CIA, other corrupt U.S. agencies, Israel's government and other likely targets. Assange and Co. may not be honest brokers. The article suggests Wikileaks is a U.S./UK intelligence operation and even cites Syria and Saudi Arabia as potential targets for more Western destabilization efforts.

Recent efforts have involved CIA-backed "colour revolutions" in Georgia, Ukraine, elsewhere and a failed "green" one in Iran. Spooks get $10 to $50 million to throw big parties and invite young people, get controlled-left, human rights group and indie media support, corporate media support and people in the streets with no idea of the big picture. Then, Western governments and media welcome them into the neo-liberal globalization project of free trade for economic slavery.

Historically, the Anglo-American establishment in control of the world doesn't want strong leaders in Arab states who can resist being manipulated, especially as they go into their final push for world government. Saddam Hussein was "their guy" too. But, they still invaded Iraq. Twice. In our over-simplified Text'n'Twitterverse, we learn to accept the simplest explanations sold by our mass media and keep them for convenience sake. That's what makes protests easy to sell the West too.

Fortunately, we've seen all this before and we have the info war, or plans for people to hit the streets to share info about the system so people learn more and know what to ask for. The "protest" or "rock concert" model has failed since the 1960's and was likely created by spooks to control dissent, or permanently stop the mob yelling at the castle walls. While good things were accomplished, most people never got informed, so the bigger agenda kept rolling along anyway.

Protests also allowed governments to build massive armies specifically to handle protests, or masses of people yelling and breaking stuff. Using the info war model of calmly and consistently sharing info means these armies wouldn't be necessary or used. But, as long as people show up to fights with the cops, usually staged by the government, and think that's how adults should pressure their politicians for better policies, we're screwed. Poster, flyer and share dvd's instead.

While people can do what they want, if they're in the streets in large groups built quickly by consensus, they probably agree because they're doing stuff based on propaganda they all saw, or because of questionable sources of funding and support. The corporate-state media seems to be celebrating the protest model more after mostly ignoring it for years, which means it might fit into the plans of the new world order to get people rioting and clamp down on dissent.

Once people start to inform each other about the system of globalization we all live in, we can build trust locally and move from random acts of blowing off steam laced with violence to calmly and consistently pressuring the system and politicians for better choices. The media can't twist the message if people get it directly. People can't be rushed into the streets by questionable Tweets with no understanding of the new world order plans to bring order out of chaos in this fashion.

Good luck, more links to explain this are below, it's our future if we understand it...


Egypt protesters welcome army as it projects power

Egypt Protests Continue as Military Stands By

Canada's response to Egypt should put rights first, critics say

Egypt's Brotherhood is no threat to West: Islamist

The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website - Egypt


... Dr. John Coleman alleges that it was created by "the great names of British Middle East intelligence...", Stephen Dorril writes that the Brotherhood was linked to British Intelligence through dame Freya Stark prior to World War II, and the Shah's regime in Iran considered it to be a tool of British Freemasonry.

The Masonic Origins of The Muslim Brotherhood and Wahabis

The Muslim Brotherhood are the secretive bankers and financiers who stand behind the curtain, the members of the old Arab, Turkish, or Persian families whose genealogy places them in the oligarchical elite, with smooth business and intelligence associations to the European Black Nobility and, especially, to the British oligarchy

Lawrence of Arabia (film)

The film depicts Lawrence's experiences in Arabia during World War I, in particular his attacks on Aqaba and Damascus and his involvement in the Arab National Council. Its themes include Lawrence's emotional struggles with the personal violence inherent in war, his personal identity, and his divided allegiance between his native Britain and its army and his newfound comrades within the Arabian desert tribes.


Nihilists of The World Unite: Wikileaks Is The "Cognitive Infiltration" Operation Demanded by Cass Sunstein

... US imperialist planners now believe they can re-launch their shopworn model of the color revolution, CIA people-power coup, or postmodern putsch against a whole series of countries in the Arab world and far beyond, including Italy. The color revolutions had been looking tarnished lately, as a result of the failure of the Twitter Revolution in Iran back in June 2009.

Previously, the Cedars Revolution of 2005 had failed in Lebanon. The Orange Revolution in Ukraine had been rolled back with the ouster of NATO-IMF kleptocrats Yushchenko and Timoshenko. In Georgia, the Roses Revolution was increasingly discredited by the repressive and warmongering regime of fascist madman Saakashvili.

US Seeks to Mobilize a New Generation of Young Nihilists Across the Globe

But now, NSC, State, and CIA believe that the color revolution has a new lease on life, thanks to their estimate that the United States, because of Wikileaks and Assange, has captured the imagination of a new generation of young nihilists across the globe who are described as the post-9/11 generation, estranged from governments and opposition parties, and thus ready to follow Langley’s peroxide Pied Piper.


SONG: F--k A Protest + MP3 and Lyrics

G20 Related: Why I Say, F--k A Protest, F--k You Gon' Do Before This?

V for Victory Campaign: You Are The Resistance

What You Want To Believe In - Posters and Flyers

The Corbett Report - Episode 165 - How to Talk to Others

How To Tell The Truth in the 21st Century

FYI, these interviews can help us understand the world.




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