Wednesday, 2 February 2011
Is it just a coincidence that just after Rockefeller mouthpiece, Henry Kissinger appears on a TV interview to talk about the crisis in Egypt, that pro-Mubarak supporters suddenly show up? Where were these pro-Government supporters before now? On Monday evening, Channel 4 News interviewed two of them in a Cairo alleyway, frightened to appear on the streets because there are virtually no Mubarak supporters. Now, we're expected to believe that suddenly there are thousands of them? People must stop listening to the corporate media garbage. They won't tell you about the familiar signs of CIA involvement, but they will distract you from even noticing.
In my last post, I said that the reason why Mubarak was stalling for so long and refusing to go was because he'd just been on the phone to Hilary Clinton, telling him that he wouldn't receive safe passage out of Egypt until he'd safeguarded and plundered all of national wealth and handed it over at the CIA checkpoint en-route to his private hideaway. This is no conspiracy theory. In previous posts and throughout my blog, I've offered countless supporting evidence, including my references to The Confessions of an Economic Hitman, that this whole situation in the region absolutely wreaks of CIA. They've been hiring rent-a-mobs to destabilize nations globally since Iran in 1951. They even tried it in Cuba in an attempt to overthrow Castro, and notoriously in the other Latin American regions, including some where the leaders were loved by the people. I could quote many examples of CIA fingerprints.
Last night, Channel 4 News posed the question of who would replace Mubarak, adding the name of one possibility that the US would favour. Again, this is yet another attempt at predictive programming by the corporate media. Either that, or they've completely missed the point of the revolution. If the people of Egypt "choose" a new leader, then the last thing they want is another US puppet or even anyone remotely pliable to them. The Egyptian people demand a non secular leader for all the people, not one who is self serving, arrogantly believing he is acting in their best interests, who can be manipulated and exploited by the US on behalf of the Rothschilds and Rockefellers. In order for them to achieve this, they must ensure that any new regime DOES NOT allow a Rothschild central bank in Egypt and that any trade agreements are fully endorsed by the people, for the people. It is the self determination of the people that the elites despise most of all.
Egypt in crisis: violence as pro- and anti-Mubarak protesters clash in Cairo - Telegraph: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"