Tuesday, February 01, 2011

ISRAEL'S PLANS FOR EGYPT

Desert Girl
Egyptian girl by dvlazar

What does Israel really think about Egypt?

1. We suspect that Israel wants Egypt to be more fundamentalist, feudal, backward, weak and easy to control.

That should not be too difficult.

According to the Pew Research Center, Washington:

82% of Egyptian Moslems support the stoning of adulterers.

77% support amputations and whipping of thieves.

84% support the death sentence for apostasy.

http://pewglobal.org/files/2010/12/Pew-Global-Attitudes-Muslim-Report-FINAL-December-2-2010.pdf


Once Mubarak is toppled by the CIA-Mossad-NATO, Israel may again find an excuse to invade Egypt. Israel wants to control the Nile and the Suez Canal.

2. Does Israel want us to think it is frightened of the CIA's Muslim Brotherhood?

On 1 February 2011, Time magazine reports that "As the Egypt's Crisis Grows, So Do the Anxieties in Israel"

"Shlomo Avineri, a political scientist at Hebrew University... describes two possibilities:

"military rule, with or without Mubarak as figurehead,

"or 'chaos and disintegration' that ends with rule by Islamists and nationalists descended from Gamal Abdel Nasser, Egypt's second President.

"Israelis most dread the ascent of the Muslim Brotherhood (who are linked to the Masons and the CIA - Aangirfan)....

"'What will not come to pass is ... a democratic neighbor, because democracies don't appear overnight,' Avineri tells TIME...

" U.S. diplomatic cables published by WikiLeaks last year included diplomats' complaints that the Egyptian military continued to regard Israel as its principal enemy and prepared for war in the Sinai Desert, which lies between them."




3. Israel wants good relations with all its neighbours?

Think of Gaza, Lebanon, Turkey...

Egypt crisis: Israel faces danger in every direction

A comment on the above story at the UK Telegraph:

"Why murder Mabouh in Dubai? Why murder Sulieman in Syria? Why murder those nuclear scientists in Iran?

"...You murdered those Turkish activists on the Mavi Marmara..."


A Friendly Smile In Cairo
Cairo by El-Branden Brazil

4. What is the Israeli attitude to fundamentalist Islamic countries like Iran?

Israel supplied the Ayatollahs with weapons.

According Trita Parsi:[2]

Arms sales to Iran totaled an estimated $500 million from 1980 to 1983 according to the Jaffee Institute for Strategic Studies at Tel Aviv University.[3]

"According to Ahmad Haidari, "an Iranian arms dealer working for the Khomeini regime, roughly 80% of the weaponry bought by Tehran" immediately after the onset of the war originated in Israel. [4]

Arms shipments from the U.S. to Iran in the Iran-Contra Affair were facilitated by Israel.

Israel is reported to have supplied instructors and non-armaments help to Iran for the war effort.

Israel kept Iranian planes flying in spite of a lack of spares; and Israeli instructors taught Iranian commanders how to handle troops.

There were never less than about a 100 Israeli advisers and technicians in Iran at any time throughout the war, living in a carefully guarded and secluded camp just north of Tehran; they remained there even after the ceasefire.[8]

Recently declassified Pentagon documents reveal the 1980s operation called 'Tipped Kettle,' in which weapons stolen by Israel from the PLO in Lebanon were transferred to the Contras and to anti-American elements in Iran.

(The truth about Israel, Iran and 1980s U.S. arms deals - Haaretz ...)

El Caire, Egipte.
Cairo by JordiGP

5. On 1 February 2011, Winter Patriot (http://www.winterpatriot.com/) puts the Egyptian Revolution in Context

Among the points made:

1. Israel wants three things to come out of this conflict-

A pipeline transporting water from the Nile to Israel for their swimming pools.

Control of the Suez Canal, as it is a choke point for trade between Europe and Asia (read China) and

The break up of Egypt to remove it as a military force and as an economic ally of China

2. The Zionists want a land stretching from the Nile to the Euphrates.

3. Mubarak recently stated outright that no Egyptian water would be delivered to Israel.

4. Israel was involved in the coup in Tunisia. Events in Tunisia increased pressure on Mubarak.

5. There already exists a pipeline delivering water from the Nile to Al Arish in the Sinai, forty kms from the Israeli border.

There is the possibility of a future Israeli invasion into Sinai and onto the Suez Canal.


Egypt by Joey Harrison

6. Israel intends to plant itself in the middle of the oil trade routes.

The pipelines to the ports of Haifa and Eilat together with the Suez canal are critical control points to choke off oil to China in the event of war.

7. The US and Israel are currently causing trouble for Yemen, Somalia, Sudan and now Egypt.

All these countries adjoin the strategic sea route of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. Other countries on the Red Sea are Saudi Arabia, Eritrea and Djibouti. Can they expect the same? I think so.

8. In Egypt, the protesters are being set up as patsies.

The new "extreme" government will provide a cassus belli for war with Israel who will plead 'self defence', as they always do.

The resulting war and internal civil strife for Egypt will lead to it being broken up into at least two countries, Upper and Lower Egypt and weakening and impoverishing it in the process.

Old Egypt

9. The US, the UK through NATO together with Israel are past masters at Balkanising countries that have strategic importance to them.

The process impoverishes these countries through weakening their ability to resist the criminal trade in drugs and humans (incl body parts) that NATO sponsors.

Kosovo, for instance, is far worse off now than it ever was. As is every single country that has seen military intervention from the great liberators, US and NATO and the budding colonialists, Israel.

This fate awaits the people of Egypt. They will cease to be a military threat of any kind.

10. However the Globalists have had their failures.

They have failed to maintain control over Russia with the rise of Vladimir Putin. They failed in their invasion of Lebanon in 2006.

They have failed to overthrow and retake the governments of Venezeula, Bolivia and Equador.

Allen Pope during his trial in Jakarta, 28 December 1959

Some bloggers believe the Egyptian revolt has not been long planned by the CIA-Mossad-NATO.

These are the sort of people who cheered for Obama before he got elected.

These are the sort of people who have never heard of Allen Lawrence Pope and Operation Haik


Mubarak is very rich, but so is Dick Cheney.

And let's not forget $1.3 TRILLION dollar tax gift to the richest 43,000 multi-millionaires/billionaires in the U.S.A.

Some figures (Egypt.):

1. Between 1980 and 2007 Egypt’s Human Development Index (HDI) rose 42%.

2. Egypt’s average annual HDI growth was 10th fastest worldwide and almost double the global average.

3. Between 2005 & 2008 Poverty, as defined by those living under $2/day, fell over 11%

4. Only 16% of the population now live on less than $2 per day.

5. The Gini Index, the international measure of wealth inequality, fell 7% between 1999 & 2007.

6. The share of the poorest 10% in national income rose 5% and the share of richest 10% feel 6% in the same period.

The ratio of the wealth of the richest to the poorest 10% also fell 10%.

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"Revolutions and Manipulations" are reported on at the Veterans Today Network (Jan 29, 2011)‎

According to unnamed intelligence sources:

"A cadre within the governments of Egypt, Israel and the United States, are seeking to expand Israel’s influence to the Nile and into Africa, has gotten behind Egypt’s new Vice President, Omar Suleiman, Israel’s 'man in Cairo'...

"Reports from intelligence sources in Europe and North Africa, sources with a good track record, tell of Israeli mobilization and troop movements toward the border of the Sinai...

"The long term objective of US, Israeli and Egyptian aims ... to split Egypt, followed by a destabilization based on the Tunisian model, of Northern Sudan...

"The next scheduled targets are: Uganda, Somalia, Eritrea and Kenya"


11 comments:

John Friend said...

Good work. Seems as if "Securing the Realm" is busy at work these days.

james griffon said...

Thanks for the coverage and the link, Aangirfan.
James

Noor al Haqiqa said...

You bring forth a lot of pertinent information and quite a few concepts I had not thought/known of with this whole situation. Interesting to learn just what Israel and America, the two major demon entities on this planet, could have planned for this region.

The comment about the swimming pools hit home. Not to mention of course Israel's Greater Israel map, this situation makes it ripe for them to make a few more steps in that direction. Especially with them putting troops into the Sinai now.... Sometimes I wish I did not live in such "interesting times:...

I hope you do not mind but I reposted this article along with the due credit of course. If this not good, let me know, please.

Anonymous said...

"According to Ahmad Haidari, "an Iranian arms dealer working for the Khomeini regime, roughly 80% of the weaponry bought by Tehran" immediately after the onset of the war originated in Israel"

This is the crux of the matter: it's about money. It always is. Little of what happens in these regions is driven by ideology or some overarching political or economic objective. I think there's a tendency (especially amongst Icke’s lunatic fringe but amongst some media people also) to give Israel and the US credit where it simply isn’t due. In the UK a quick look at the UK honours lists is a better indication of who is running the country. Grand ideologies and unswerving party-based principles impact more on how the public vote than they do on the economic backbone of any country, not just Britain. These people are busking, for want of a better word, improvising. Making it up as they go along. There’s little in the way of a system. If they see a quick but handsome profit they’ll go for it and deal with the fall-out later – as they did with Iraq, and as they continue to do with the Mujahideen – another problem we created for the sake of a quick fix. There’s little in the way of long-term forecasts, and where there is they’re usually wrong. It may come as some surprise but the really cleaver people tend to have careers in particle physics or become neurosurgeons – they seldom enter politics. The Western World is quietly resigned to producing solutions to problems that they themselves produced for the sake of a tidy (but rarely enduring) profit. It’s not even organised chaos. The Banking Crisis told us that. Absolutely nothing changed as a result.

The whole world is in little doubt that tireless autocrats like Hussein and Murabak and their regimes have faired better in containing extremist ideology than any of their democratic counterparts and yet still we persist in exporting our brand of government to these places? Why? Because at the end of the day, for the money we spend on fighting terrorism, there’s a shocking amount of money to be made in these places in spite of the threats to the public. A healthy democracy means healthy capital.

And in any case, who bears the greater part of the financial burden for the war on terror? Those on the UK Honours list or the likes of you and me?

It’s a no brainer for these people really.

Blackwatch

A. Peasant said...

excellent post Aan.

Anonymous said...

BW is right about the money to be made in exporting our brand of democracy (globalization, corporatism, fascism) to these places. It is a huge factor in why it happens too often.

As for the banking crisis being some sort of random uncontrolled event???
Please get a clue, or at least assume that the people here have one.
The bankers who start our wars, and profit from them always engineer our financial crisis. From the early depressions a century ago, to the most recent, the game is the same. They vacuum up vast amounts of capital during these manufactured money panics.

Organized chaos does exist, Iraq and Afghanistan being the two best examples. That chaos permits the looting of those victimized nations by the US/UK/Israeli axis of evil. Clearly the Tunisia Egypt & Yemen situations will deteriorate with help from CIA/MI5/Mossad and their assets.
These manufactured revolutions are horrible crimes. The corporate media pigs and many so called liberal blogs continue to mislead people about the true nature of these revolutions. This blog is a breath of fresh air......breath deep BW.

Genie said...

Always interesting points to ponder and as always I love your choice of photos to use in your posts!

Ian Evans said...

OH! You again?

Hiya, it's only little old insignifificant me from Jerseeeeey!

Wonder if you would be kind enough to let me post this cheesey little link into the sad workings of Our Interbred Halfwits here in Jersaaaaey hey? If it's not acceptable, thats ok :o) Keep up the good work my friend, kindest regards, Ian....

Honk Bonk Man said...

Thanks for not accepting the invite for an interview on the RT channel. Stay true to the cause.

nobody said...

Hullo Aang,

First up thanks for the brilliant work you've been doing lately. It's been excellent.

As for Israel being very very worried about the Muslim brotherhood, well they would say that wouldn't they? They're like those hunters who go on canned hunts - the lion's head is on the wall and the fact that it was shot whilst tethered to a stake ain't nowhere to be seen. All hail the brave hunter!

As for blackwatch: grow up mate. Chasing money is for the hoi polloi. The top dogs in the game, otherwise known as 'international banking' own the reserve banks in the world and literally have a license to print money. Every single dollar in existence is borrowed from them and must be repaid with interest. They want more money like eskimoes want more snow.

I understand that you would like more money and that you imagine that they would too, but take it from me - they ain't like you.

Anonymous said...

How about this.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkExju9m65E&feature=player_embedded

2003 lecture from imran hosein

 
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