Sunday, January 30, 2011

EGYPT: The Protests, Riots And Revolution Are A Mass Media Psychological Operation On Us


Just a note on "why" the mass media worldwide may be reporting on the protests in Egypt so much. They don't usually cover protests happening everywhere all the time very much. They don't usually have an interest in making sure people in democratic countries know how to fight for all the rights and freedoms they're losing. They don't even have many angles. They just say people finally got fed up and this is what they (or we) should do. And it will work. (?)

People worldwide are following this story thanks to the constant TV coverage and media generated interest. That means they're staring at pictures of people in Egypt protesting and rioting over and over again while the media generally helps them (us) celebrate the joy of revolution. Most people are currently dissatisfied with the political systems where they live and feel like there must be a change coming. This is how they (or we) are ALL being told to get it. Why? Why now?

From what we know since the 9/11 attacks in 2001, governments worldwide have built up massive armies ostensibly to look for "terrorists" that are now being trained on the public. They've passed laws that allow anybody to be detained arbitrarily, renditioned overseas and even executed. Historically, political leaders have always known if you don't keep your army busy they tend to question what they're doing. Not any more. Do we all watch TV? Well... there it is.

Many deep researchers into the new world order system of "globalization" have figured out that governments want people taking to the streets and rioting at specific times when their armies are ready for it. That's why they militarized police forces worldwide. Greece had riots and their government still passed austerity measures. They don't work at all. Everybody needs to learn what's really going on, what to ask for and how to work with and on their politicians to get it.

Otherwise the programmed images of protests and riots in Egypt we're processing with a positive media spin will be accessed later by the mass media, wealthy tax-exempt foundation funded activists, intelligence agents on and offline and others to get people in other democratic countries taking to the streets with no idea of how they've been set up to fail. It will be really hard to convince people not to go rioting either. I know. I tried before the G20 in Toronto with no luck.

Iceland had a different approach to their economic woes. They have just 300,000 people, so it was easier to talk to each other and finally pin the blame on the private bankers with the help of their politicians. But, it can be done in cities and countries around the world. If countries like Communist Canada are unable to talk about these issues in serious ways, or make plans to fight the info war to spread awareness and reach our politicians, then we'll just mindlessly riot later.

Egypt since the Pharaohs has been envied by wannabe dictators. It's the birthplace of the secret societies and mystery religions that people in power still worship today. That's why the Shriners Parade (they say "All Shriners Are Masons!") up University Avenue in Toronto (2010) was a bunch of old white guys in Fez hats riding camels, pyramids and more. Are the global elite kicking off a year of global protests and riots by using Egypt as their launch pad? Is it on TV?

Before 2012, when, among other apocalyptic predictions, the UN should be raised to full power over regional trading blocks in a new system of global governance, we may see a massive escalation in crises of all kinds worldwide to usher this in. The new world order wants to bring "order out of chaos" (ordo ab chao), which includes the chaos of people protesting and rioting in the streets while huge armies of police who are specifically trained to crack down on them... do.

We're also being spied on 24/7 on and offline to see how we react to all this. Ever wonder what happens to all the pictures and data, from cameras on the street to Facebook? The new world orderlies use it figure out how to brainwash us better. Between the internet shut down, riots in the streets, police crackdowns and more, we're being watched to see how the propaganda is taking. Are we excitedly Twitting the latest news? Cheering on the protests? Jealous?

Fortunately, all this is easy to explain and understand because enough proof has been seen by enough people on TV. The only issue is whether we'll just "politely" go along with the propaganda, mainly because we don't want to risk having a different opinion than the one that we're all supposed to have, disagree and accidentally make anybody unhappy. Or, whether we'll "compassionately" cut through it with the info war to save everybody where we live a lot of grief later.

Below is more info on the situation and suggestions.

We'll see how it plays out, but we have options.

Good luck, it looks like it's on now.


Tarpley: Egypt Uprising is US-UK Destabilization Campaign

Russia Today | January 30, 2011


ElBaradei: No going back in Egypt

Al-Jazeera | January 30, 2011

Nobel laureate tells defiant Cairo crowd that he has a mandate to negotiate with Mubarak government.

Mohamed ElBaradei, a leading opposition figure, has joined thousands of protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square, in continued demonstrations demanding an end to President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule.

The former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency told the crowd on Sunday night that "what we have begun cannot go back" referring to days of anti-government protests.

The National Coalition for Change, which groups several opposition movements including the Muslim Brotherhood, wants ElBaradei to negotiate with the Mubarak government.

"The people want the regime to fall," protesters chanted as ElBaradei walked to the centre of the square, holding hands with some demonstrators.


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.


Iceland, the Mouse that Roared

Szandor Blestman | The Silver Bear Cafe | March 16, 2010

... The Icelanders have grown a pair, so to speak. They are doing something I wish Americans would have done, or will do in the future. They are standing up to the privately owned banks that seem to think they are above the law, that they can change the rules at their whim, and that they alone know what’s best for the world, which of course happens to empower them and help their profits. I may not agree with all the politics of Iceland. It might not be the bastion of freedom one looking to get away from intrusive government might run to, but I do admire their stance against the banksters.


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