Saturday, February 12, 2011


CIA man Frank Wisner was in Cairo at the time of the riots.

According to Michel Chossudovsky (Egypt: Washington's Covert Intelligence Operation 7 February 2011):

"Washington had no intention of pushing towards a resolution of the protest movement.

"Its priority was regime change.

"Wisner's mandate was to instruct Mubarak not to to resign, thereby contributing to triggering an atmosphere of social chaos and uncertainty, not to mention the deliberate destabilization of Egypt's monetary system resulting from billions of dollars of capital flight."

Arab stock exchanges lost nearly $50 billion in the last week of January (Wave of Unrest Wipes Billions Off Stock Values)

Mubarak was doing a good job for Egypt.

The Egyptian economy expanded an average 6.2 per cent per year over the past five years.
(Chart of the week: the “Arab moment”)

The poor were getting richer; and the gap between rich and poor was being narrowed.

So, there has been a 'crusade for democracy' which is really a 'front for international destabilization'. (Reagan's Secret Legacy‎)

Asmaa Mahfouz, looking rich and middle class.

Asmaa Mahfouz, looking poor, in one of her YouTube videos

Asmaa Mahfouz, the woman who reportedly led the revolt against Mubarak, is a graduate of the business management school of the American University in Cairo. (Meet Asmaa Mahfouz: the woman who organized Egypt's historic ...)

She is part of the April 6th Youth Movement.

She began online political activism in 2008. (Arab Women Lead the Charge )

'Under the auspices of Freedom House, Egyptian dissidents and opponents of Hosni Mubarak were received in May 2008 by Condoleezza Rice at the State Department and the US Congress.

'They also met White House National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley..." (Asmaa Mahfouz: The girl who ... )



Anonymous said...

It is not a surprise that women are having a big role in this "movement for Democracy" in Egypt. Look at all these women organizations being sponsored by NED(National Endowment for Democracy):

Association for Women’s Total Advancement and Development (AWTAD),
Association of the Egyptian Female Lawyers (AEFL),
Center for Egyptian Women’s Legal Assistance (CEWLA),
Rural Women Development Association (RWDA),
SAWA Association for the Development of Society, Woman, Child and Environment.

What really surprises me it is that all these organizations that can exist and act freely in an Arab country supposedly very anti Western culture.

It is like having an army ready to be called any time you need to stir things up.

Anonymous said...

The shit is spreading to Algeria:

"Breaking news - Anti-government protests (pictured) are held across Algeria."


Anonymous said...



A13 said...

Hi Aang,
I've written some lately about Yemen and Algeria if you care to take a look at my place.
and then.

It does look to be spreading and following a certain path/plan, that seems quite predictable.
we thought that "Plan B" could involve theses two countries (Algeria and Yemen)
Cheers A13

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