‘Saudi money to Egypt will go to new pharaoh, not people’

Don’t dare comparing the brave Syrian Arab Army & the corrupt despotic Egyptian one

By MKERone (co-founder of CounterPsyOps)

Greater israel: Zionist dream

Egyptian army is not taking side of the people. But simply taking the side of the US that seems to be wanting Morsi out.

You think the army is taking side of the people. And that is what they’re doing, physically.

But, if they’re taking sides with the people to have Morsi out, it is because America and israel want Morsi out.

Egyptian army would never go against US/israel will. Because the US finances Egyptian army. You’ll see that whatever the outcome, Egypt will not change anything in its relation with the US and israel. Just like previous “revo”, stupid “Arab Spring” deception, this one is also US engineered.

Believing this is just Egyptian people protesting and the army protecting the people because of the love it has for people is just insane. Especially in a country living exclusively thanks to US money !!! Believing so would mean that you are indirectly saying that the Egyptian army is like the Syrian Arab Army. Which, as you may know, is absolutely not the case and is a complete absurdity!!! Nothing compares!

If Egyptian army was so righteous and “independent”, why didn’t it listen to Egyptian people when it took to the streets and protested against israel bombing on Lebanon in 2006? And why didn’t it react when Egyptian parliament called for an international arrest warrant against Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah ? Funny how Lebanon was being destroyed but Egypt decided to take action against the resistance instead of calling for an arrest warrant against israeli war criminals…Where was the Egyptian army at that moment?…

Why didn’t the army listen to Egyptian people when they took to the streets in 2008 and asked the army to disobey Mubarak and open the Rafah border when israel was bombing the hell out of Gaza strip?

Why did it accept to beat its own people at the beginning of what you call “revolution” in 2011??? It then switched its position when it noticed that the people wouldn’t leave Tahrir. Egyptian army needs the people to keep ruling. This is the only reason it is now “protecting” the people.

Why didn’t it express its sympathy and support to the main pillar of Resistance: Syria Al-Assad?

On the other hand, you might wonder why the US and israel want Morsi out?

Since it launched its Arab Spring deception in Egypt, the US has been willing to impose Mister El Baradei as the new ruler in Egypt. Though, after a while, Egyptians got to understand that El Baradei was a stooge who not only obeyed they US, but was sitting next to israel war criminal president Shimon Peres at the ICG (amongst other zionists).

Extract from Land Destroyer article "Egyptian Protesters: US Stooge "ElBaradei for President" "

Extract from Land Destroyer article “Egyptian Protesters: US Stooge “ElBaradei for President”

Hence, US and israel had to switch to plan B and let the muslim brotherhood rule the country. The muslim brotherhood that they themselves created. Let some time go by, and find a way to slowly put El Baradei back on track to take Egypt over.

Keep in mind that Egypt is a strategic country for both US and israel and especially for zionist plans. Hence, do not expect anything in favor of the Egyptian people to happen. It will always be to israel’s advantage. Even if the people itself demands for it, it will be the fruit of manipulation and deception, and ultimately, in israel’s favor. Exactly as it happened with the fall of Mubarak, and exactly as it will happen now. Whatever the outcome is.

Unmasking the Brotherhood: Syria, Egypt, and Beyond

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By Eric Draitser, Stop Imperialism, Tony Cartalucci at Land Destroyer

December 13, 2012 (Stop Imperialism) – The complexities of the Arab Spring and the struggle for political freedom throughout the Arab world should not obscure what has now become an absolutely essential understanding for all anti-imperialists: the Muslim Brotherhood is one of the most powerful weapons of the Western ruling class in the Muslim world. While that may be a difficult pill for some to swallow for emotional or psychological reasons, one need look no further than the insidious role the organization is playing in Syria and the abuses of power and human rights of the government of Egypt. In the US-NATO sponsored war against the Assad government, the Muslim Brotherhood has emerged as the leading western-sanctioned force, the avant-garde of the imperialist assault. While, in Egypt, President Morsi and the Brotherhood government seek to destroy what had been, little more than a year ago, the promise of the revolution.

Muslim Brotherhood in Syria

This week’s establishment of the Supreme Military Command, in charge of all military aid and coordination to the rebels, demonstrates unequivocally the leadership role of the Muslim Brotherhood in the drive for regime change in Syria. As Reuters reported, “The unified command includes many with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and to Salafists…it excludes the most senior officers who have defected from Assad’s military.”[1] This command structure, formed at the behest and under the sponsorship of the US, UK, France, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey among others, does not simply include members of the Muslim Brotherhood, it is, in fact, dominated by them. Is it possible that the Western imperial powers simply did not notice that the group they were forming was comprised of these elements? To suggest so would be to accuse some of the leading “statesmen” of the world (Hillary Clinton, William Hague, Laurent Fabius, Ahmet Davutoglu, etc.) of being stupid. Alas, they are not so. Instead, these individuals have collaborated to create a Muslim Brotherhood proxy force in Syria, one that can be controlled and depended on to do the bidding of the West.

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Protesters set fire to Morsi party’s headquarters in three cities

A young Egyptian protester throws a Molotov cocktail into a building during clashes in the capital, Cairo, on November 22, 2012.

 

Furious Egyptians have set ablaze the headquarters of President Mohamed Morsi’s party in three cities in protest to a constitutional declaration that gives the president unlimited powers.

Offices of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), Muslim Brotherhood’s political arm, were torched on Friday in the canal cities of Suez, Ismailiya and Port Said, according to the Egyptian state television.

The FJP office in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria was also stormed, leading to the outbreak of clashes between protesters and Morsi’s supporters.

Morsi issued a new declaration on Thursday, under which no judicial body can dissolve Egypt’s Constituent Assembly that is currently writing a new constitution.

The declaration allows the president to take “any decision or measure to protect the revolution.” It also considers decisions and laws issued by the president as “final and not subject to appeal.”

The move drew calls for nationwide protests from opposition forces who branded the declaration as “a coup against legitimacy” and “a major blow on the revolution that could have dire consequences.”

Mohamed ElBaradei, a Nobel Peace prize laureate and the former director general of International Atomic Energy Agency, said Morsi had “usurped all state powers and appointed himself Egypt’s new pharaoh.” Continue reading

Manufactured Arab Spring Implemented in Iran Amid Stricter US Sanctions

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By Susanne POSEL, OCCUPYCORPORATISM

Mainstream media reports riot in the streets of Iran because of a crumbling economy. Hundreds of police disbursed groups that formed, firing tear gas into the crowds.

This is the first instance of public unrest over the declining Iranian currency and has the hallmarks of being a synthetic revolt.

The pressure placed on Iran by the US and Zionist interests is causing massive suffering on the part of Iranian citizens. This has limited Iran’s ability to sell oil. The Iranian rial has lost 18% of its worth and still plummeting . Trading has nearly completely been halted, according to trading houses.

Anoush Ehteshami, professor of international relations at Durham University in the U.K, states that: “The fact that there are street protests was in many ways inevitable given that the Iranians are essentially living in a pressure cooker. The protest also reflects the lack of confidence in the elite’s ability to sort things out. People are also aware of tensions at the highest level of the state and you put these things together and they want at the very least to show their anger.”

Concerning Iran, AIPAC coerced the US Congress to impose stricter sanctions on Iran with HR 1905 and the desire to inspire the revolution of Iranian citizens against their government.

Rumors of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad being unfit to guide the Islamic nation are beginning to circulate. Meanwhile protesters are beginning to surface in a curious way – nearly just as the US-sponsored Free Syrian Army (FSA) suddenly developed.

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