Wednesday, February 02, 2011

EGYPT: Violence Against Western Journalists On TV: Is It Real Or False Flag "Operation Ajax" Style Demonization?


Just a head's up, I saw these stories on Yahoo Canada's main page and they seem too good to be true for the plans of people who want to start World War Three. Stuff is definitely happening, but what they're making a big deal out can help us figure out possible propaganda. CNN's Anderson Cooper and crew got beat up and survived with light scratches, though their female reporter was apparently almost stripped.

Plus, a Canadian cameraman apparently got severely beaten. Both incidents are blamed on supporters of embattled dictator Mubarak. One problem with relying on big "angry mob" situations to affect political change is they're easily manipulated, like the agent provocateurs (undercover cops, troops, mercs'n'spooks) at the G20 protests in Toronto burning and breaking stuff while crowds gave them cover fire.

General Sir Frank Kitson (b. 1926) was a British army officer who wrote the book (or a few) on creating gangs and counter-gangs to demonize the leaders of countries they were trying to destabliize. The CIA even proudly admitted they (with the Brits) paid people to run into the streets, shoot people and yell they were supporters of the leader of Iran in 1953. That's how he was overthrown with public support. It works.

What do people watching TV in the West think of Mubarak supporters after hearing that pretty boy CNN host, Vanderbilt heir and former spook-in-training (admittedly in college) Anderson Cooper was beaten up by Mubarak supporters, if that's indeed the case? There's no denying it's possible and Mubarak's a bad guy, but we forget we have our own bad guys when they point at someone else. (Saddam anyone?)

More info at the links below, like everyone who looks into anything, you just have to know what to look for to find it today. So far: the media's teaching us to riot, making themselves look like defenders of freedom, getting the left and right to fight, both celebrating and demonizing Arabs, setting up a bigger fight with "radical Islam" later, selling us the "international community" global governance role and more. Big stuff.

Keep in mind that everyone who's really looked into things, or they don't just say the media lies, they figure out why and look for the truth, say we have one option: the info war. Myron Fagan and Cleon Skousen said pass it on in the 1960's. So has everyone since. We saw what happened at the G20 protests in Toronto. So, we can see it happen on a larger scale at the recession riots... or we can fight the info war.


Just some quick Googling after this, people can always look for more info.

All declassified info and more evidence has been re-confirmed several times.

Good luck to the good people of Egypt, they're caught in a bit of a mess there.

However, once they figure out how the new world order works, they can resist it.

People should just fight the info war to avoid getting worse leaders than they had.

Hopefully things calm down soon - and - people everywhere avoid protest-rioting too.


Anderson Cooper details attack by angry Cairo mob

Alex Dobuzinskis | Reuters / Yahoo News | February 2, 2011

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - CNN's Anderson Cooper said he and his crew were punched and kicked in Cairo on Wednesday by supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, but that they escaped with just scratches as anti-government protests turned deadly.


Canadian cameraman severely beaten in Egypt: report

Mohammed Abed | AFP / Yahoo News | February 2, 2011

Egyptian soldiers on Wednesday saved a Radio-Canada cameraman covering protests at Cairo's Tahrir Square from being beaten to death by an angry mob, the Canadian public broadcaster reported.


Pro-Mubarak rioters hurl Molotov Cocktails at opposition

Jerusalem Post ( | February 2, 2011

About 500 people injured in recent round of clashes, says al-Arabiya; Egyptian museum goes up in flames; Gov’t supporters throw rocks at protesters from buildings, according to reports; gun shots heard at Tahrir square.


300 reported dead in Egypt protests

Haareetz | February 2, 2011

The U.N. human rights chief said on Tuesday she had unconfirmed reports that up to 300 people may have been killed and over 3,000 injured in the unrest that has engulfed Egypt for the past week.


1953 Iranian coup d'état - Operation Ajax

The Central Intelligence Agency pressured the weak monarch while bribing street thugs, clergy, politicians and Iranian army officers to take part in a propaganda campaign against Mosaddegh and his government.[10] At first, the coup appeared to be a failure when on the night of August 15–16, Imperial Guard Colonel Nematollah Nassiri was arrested while attempting to arrest Mosaddegh. The Shah fled the country the next day. On August 19, a pro-Shah mob, paid by the CIA, marched on Mosaddegh's residence.[11]

According to the CIA's declassified documents and records, some of the most feared mobsters in Tehran were hired by the CIA to stage pro-Shah riots on the 19th. Other CIA-paid men were brought into Tehran in buses and trucks, and took over the streets of the city.[12]


Anderson Cooper's CIA Secret

Radar Online | October 27, 2008

[Note: This Radar Online article used to be longer with names quoted - Ed.]

Anderson Cooper has long traded on his biography, carving a niche for himself as the most human of news anchors. But there's one aspect of his past that the silver-haired CNN star has never made public: the months he spent training for a career with the Central Intelligence Agency.

Following his sophomore and junior years at Yale—a well-known recruiting ground for the CIA—Cooper spent his summers interning at the agency's monolithic headquarters in Langley, Virginia, in a program for students interested in intelligence work. His involvement with the agency ended there, and he chose not to pursue a job with the agency after graduation, according to a CNN spokeswoman, who confirmed details of Cooper's CIA involvement to Radar.


Anderson Hays Vanderbilt Cooper - Wikipedia

Anderson Hays Vanderbilt Cooper was born on June 3, 1967,[1] the younger son of the writer Wyatt Emory Cooper and the artist, designer, writer, and heiress Gloria Vanderbilt, and is a great-great-great-grandson of Cornelius Vanderbilt of the prominent Vanderbilt shipping and railroad fortune.[2]


General Frank Kitson - Wikipedia

His earlier published work on counter-gangs and measures of deception, including the use of defectors, continues to provoke strong opinions.


General Frank Kitson: Trail Blazing Fake Terrorism

Kurt Nimmo | August 3 2005

Ian Buckley, in an article appearing on the Truth Seeker website, makes mention of General Frank Kitson, a British officer “who first thought up the concept that was later used in the formation of Al Qaeda. He called it the ‘pseudo gang’—a state sponsored group used to advance an agenda, while discrediting the real opposition.


Frank Kitson, Low intensity operations: subversion, insurgency, peacekeepin (1971)

Reviewed by Dale Wharton, Montreal <>, 11 January 1966

... The foe, S&I, aims " overthrow those governing the country...or to force them to do things which they do not want to do. [S&I] can involve the use of political and economic pressure, strikes, protest marches, and propaganda, and...the use of small-scale violence for the purpose of coercing...members of the population into giving support" (p 3). Subversives stop with harassment, insurgents take up arms.


Myron Fagan - The Illuminati and the Council on Foreign Relations

Several members of the Alaska Legislature found Myron Fagan's expose in the 1960's on the Illuminati and Council on Foreign Relations to be of great importance and had their staff members make a transcript.


Cleon Skousen - Wikipedia

Skousen spoke of billionaire banker David Rockefeller as being one of the most powerful men in the world. Skousen criticized Rockefeller for praising Mao Zedong in a 1973 New York Times article, in which he stated that the communist leader was one of the greatest leaders of the 20th century.[30]


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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