Thursday, February 24, 2011

First Egypt Now Libya: Why Now?

Our Allies Hosni Mubarak and Muammar Gaddafi


Hmm paint me incredulous, but ... wasn't Hosni Mubarak and Muammar Gaddafi our ally just 2 seconds ago?  As a prime example Representative Thaddeus McCotter of Michigan, alegedly the represetative of the largest Arab American community in the united states, pretends the he and his constituants are against the Egyptian protesters.  Representative Thaddeus McCotter writes

Thus, America must stand with her ally Egypt to preserve an imperfect government capable of reform; and prevent a tyrranical government capable of harm.

For if Egypt is radicalized, all of the reforms sought by the Egyptian people and supported by the United States with them – including consensual and constitutional government; free elections; open and unbridled media; and Egyptian control of their natural resources – will be lost. Nascent democratic movements in the region will be co-opted and radicalized. The world’s free and open access to the Suez Canal’s vital commercial shipping lanes will be choked. And the Sinai Accord between Egypt and Israel – which must be protected as the foundation and principal example for Mideast peace – will be shredded…

This is not a nostalgic “anti-colonial uprising” from within, of all places, the land of Nassar. Right now, freedom’s radicalized enemies are subverting Egypt and other our allies.

What is not being said is that the sentiment against the Mubarak regime is not an American sentiment, but a Jewish sentiment.  Any casual search on the topic of Egypt will launch thousands of pages, documenting how horrible the Egyptian president is, but the sources of these alegations? Jewish periodicals.  U.S. foreign policy, on its face, has been for Egypt.  But... I have a smoking gun for you.  The U.S. started this revolution, not the Egyptian people.

America is playing both sides of the fence in this one.  We are duplicitous in our dealings with this country.

Pro - Egypt
  • The US has been giving Egypt $1 billion a year in military assistance. 
  • Egypt now has 1000 M1 Abrams Tanks, built in Egypt under license, and 
  • Egypt now has 2700+ older tanks of American and Soviet origin. 
  • The Egyptian Air Force has 216 F16s, plus hundreds of older planes. 
  • The Egyptian Air Defense command is pretty well stocked with second to latest generation US and Soviet missiles.
Con - Egypt
  • The American government secretly backed leading figures behind the Egyptian uprising who have been planning “regime change” for the past three years.
  • The American Embassy in Cairo helped a young dissident attend a US-sponsored summit for activists in New York
  • The American Embassy in Cairo helped keep his identity secret from Egyptian state police. 
  • The American Embassy in Cairo and the dissident secretly had drawn up a plan to overthrow President Hosni Mubarak and install a democratic government in 2011.
So I give you a clue here, who do you think funded the "uprising" in Egypt?  Who do you think funded the Egyptian government?  Who do you think supplied weapons for both sides?  Who do you think instigated the "protest" in Egypt?

A regime that wraps itself in the flag of truth fears truth most of all, for if its story is falsified in the slightest degree, its authority is gone. - Orson Scott Card
Shall I continue to enlighten you about what is REALLY going on?  I won't even go into Iraq in this article.  Yes, Iraq was our ally and the atrocities that we then reported as an excuse to go to war with them have been documented, some out and out lies and some over simplifications of matters more complex than one simple writing could explain.  That is to say that Sadam Hussein throwing people in jail or "having them killed" was not just that simple to write it as a sentence.  But, the media loves to dumb down everything to get you to hate the guy.  But, they are in the business of selling news now, not reporting truth.  Noone would want to hear a clear explanation of the national policy of the Sadam Hussein regime, now would they?  No, so the powers that be made sure the news only reported that the man was a tyrant and a dictator, although we funded, trained and BROUGHT HIM TO POWER.


Now Libya


When I hear reports of a president turning machine guns on their own people, I always have a sinking feeling it has nothing to do with the president being a tyrant, as it does the IMF or the World Bank being behind it.

"So, as our new friend — our ally in the ‘war against terror’ — Gaddafi’s previous crimes against us were  forgotten. The IRA? Water under the bridge after the all-smothering Northern Ireland peace process. "

Weird how I'm like the only guy in America that doesn't forget things when the news suddenly changes on a dime about people.  And also, color me incredulous but, how is it these sudden "enlightened students, just so happened to come and "take to the streets" at this very moment, via learning about their alleged "deplorable treatment by their leader" a la internet, when Libya has had internet access at the same time as the rest of the world, what for the past 20 years?

First Egypt, another ally, and now Libya.  Is it just pure coincidence that these people have erupted into civil wars?  Funny thing about civil wars, you really shouldn't get involved, or it looks like an invasion.  But, I'm here to tell you that these "civil" wars, are not very civil at all, and are in fact, instigated by the CIA.

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