Saturday, January 29, 2011

EGYPT: How Does A 30-Year Dictator Get Ousted Fast On Live TV?


See the good folks at for more. I hadn't heard, but as soon as I saw CBC's coverage of this on "The National", plus the ubiquitous corporate-state media coverage everywhere else, it became obvious that this was a Western intelligence operation. This is also the problem with the "protest" model for dissent. People who don't know anything can be easily fooled into useless and even dangerous actions.

This is what's supposed to happen next in North America. That's why it's all over TV. They don't want us inspired now, that's why they don't show us white people protesting in Europe much. But, by repeating images of protests in Egypt with a positive spin, they'll consciously convince us they're supporting the Egyptian people and pro-freedom, while also subconsciously planting the idea of rioting in our heads.

Unless we fight the info war by postering, flyering, sharing dvd's and organizing our communities to deal with the influence of the new world order, we won't know who they are, how they work and what to do. Then, when the time's right, we'll just get ignorantly mad and be lead by spooks into the streets like sheep to blow off steam, get beaten up and go home. Somehow, we'll hope something good comes out of it.

No disrespect to the good people of Egypt, this was done a bunch of times and it's a formula, including getting audiences to cheer for it and almost wish they were there. After all, we like to be fans of crowds. After the wars in IraqAfghanistan, we should all know by now the U.S. government (et al) has little interest in "democracy" and "freedom", except to use those words in the media to fool us into thinking they do.

And... here we go again.

Regardless, all is not lost. Once people learn about how the new world order works, they'll learn how to decode the mass media. Since there is a big plan for a world government in play, we can see what stages we're at and piggyback the media's coverage to provide info on topics that people are currently interested in. If that sounds complicated, we can always just wait to be lead into the streets like sheep.

People should really watch the media's coverage to see how they condition us. There are many NWO side-projects an event of this magnified magnitude could accomplish too, like raising the price of gas and blaming it on the protests without giving us much explanation. Since we saw how big they were on TV, we're more inclined to believe it. This is why sharing info on the NWO plans is so important.


G20 "protests" in Toronto and elsewhere have accomplished almost nothing at all.

Most people who attend did nothing about related issues any other time by-design.

Once they get the info war, if they're serious about the issues, they'll work on it.

The smart and corrupt people in charge of us aren't threatened by mindless rioting.

Knowledge is power: without it, we can all be fooled into updated forms of slavery.

People have options, but they may take more than 140 characters to understand.

Those who can should and help make sure everyone else does too before our riots.

Everyone should support info war efforts and understand what we're seeing now.


Egypt’s ‘Rose Revolution’?

Daniel McAdams | LRC Blog | January 29, 2011

One risks being the skunk at the party for taking this line, as everyone wants to believe in “people power” and the excitement of spontaneous revolution, but a more likely read for events in Egypt would be Georgia and the Rose Revolution. Of course this is not to say that there are not plenty of Egyptians in the streets who genuinely desire a better life, but rather merely to contemplate past precedent and current indications.


Mohamed ElBaradei: Globalist Pied Piper Of The Egyptian Revolt

Paul Joseph Watson | | January 29, 2011

The revolt in Egypt is an organically driven people-power movement to oust a dictator, restore universal freedoms, and wrestle the country free from the clutches of the US military-industrial complex, but the man now being positioned to form a new government is a pied piper working for the very same globalists and NGO’s that autocrat leader Hosni Mubarak has dutifully served for nearly 30 years.


CFR’s Foreign Affairs on “Egypt’s Hero”

Tony Cartalucci | | January 29, 2011

In the Council on Foreign Affairs’ (CFR) publication “Foreign Affairs,” writer Steven Cook describes ElBaradei as “A lawyer and diplomat by training,” and that he “has always played the role of the ultimate international bureaucrat — a somewhat dour technocrat whose ties to his native country seemed purposely tenuous, to allow him to more freely contribute to improving global governance,” in his piece tilted “Is El Baradei Eypt’s Hero?” He goes on to write about ElBaradei’s “National Front for Change” and how the Muslim Brotherhood has signaled support for it.


And here's a little note on the players, from the Brits, CFR and Western elite to the Muslim Brotherhood, connected by Freemasonry, and how they're starting World War Three. Will the next leader of Egypt be a worse politician? More hostile to Israel to channel world's dislike of them into war? Bad guy, sure, but why did Mubarak say the protests were part of a plot? What should or will happen next? Do people know?


UPDATE 2-Egypt arrests Muslim Brotherhood leaders

Reuters Africa | January 28, 2011

CAIRO Jan 28 (Reuters) - Egypt rounded up members of the Muslim Brotherhood including at least eight senior leaders of the group ahead of planned countrywide protests on Friday, a lawyer representing the detained men said.


If Brotherhood takes over, IDF will face formidable enemy

Yaakov Katz | Jerusalem Post | January 30, 2011

This year is turning into a critical one for Israel, which is becoming more isolated in the ME. Turkey is gone and Egypt appears to be on the way.

The collapse of Hosni Mubarak’s regime in Egypt is not yet about Israel but soon will be, depending on his successor.

If the Muslim Brotherhood grabs the reins in the massive Arab country, Israel will face an enemy with one of the largest and strongest militaries around, built on some of the most advanced American-made platforms.


The Clash of Civilizations


The Clash of Civilizations is a theory, proposed by political scientist Samuel P. Huntington, that people's cultural and religious identities will be the primary source of conflict in the post-Cold War world.


The Clash of Civilizations?

Samuel P. Huntington | Foreign Affairs | Summer 1993


World politics is entering a new phase, in which the great divisions among humankind and the dominating source of international conflict will be cultural. Civilizations-the highest cultural groupings of people-are differentiated from each other by religion, history, language and tradition. These divisions are deep and increasing in importance.