Sunday, December 25, 2011


Carla Bruni, who is in Marrakech.

It's Christmas 2011 and Carla Bruni, wife of Nicolas Sarkozy, is staying at a multimillion-pound villa near Marrakesh in Morocco.

Carla Bruni jets out to multimillion-pound Moroccan pad, ang

French Prime Minister Francois Fillon had a free holiday in Egypt, just before Mubarak was toppled by France and its allies.

French Foreign Secretary Michele Alliot-Marie had a similar holiday in Tunisia, just before Ben Ali was toppled by France and its allies.
So, can we assume that,MOROCCO IS NEXT?


Morocco's King Mohammed frequently gives free hospitality to French politicians, including Jacques Chirac, who has a villa near Marrakesh.

Dominic Strauss-Kahn owns a holiday home in Marrakesh.

King Mohammed, his generals and his business cronies are very, very rich. Most Moroccans are very, very poor.

We think King Mohammed may be safe as ISRAEL IS A FRIEND OF MOROCCO

The idea behind the Arab Spring is to make Arab countries weak and divided.

On 23 December 2011, in the Daily Mail, Alexander Boot writes (It's not firecrackers that are going off in the Middle East):

"Democracy seekers in Syria have just murdered 30 more people with car bombs.

"Christians and Jews are being abused and killed, with their churches and synagogues torched, and their freedom of worship denied all over the Middle East - including Egypt, Tunisia and Lebanon, all traditionally tolerant lands (by the standards of the region).

"Bombs are going off in Iraq and Libya...

"The newly Islamised Turkey is ... threatening a real war against the Kurds...

"Congratulations to the neocons and other framers of foreign policy in the US, along with their acolytes in other Nato countries."

The bombings are most likely the work of the CIA and its friends, who are trying to weaken and divide all Moslem countries.

The CIA's Arab Spring began in Tunisia, on 17 december 2010, with the mysterious disappearance of vegetable seller Mohammed al-Bouazizi.

"The regime has changed in name only," according to some Tunisians.

(One year after Tunisian revolt began, little has changed ...)

Moncef Marzouki is Tunisia's new president.

"Marzouki's organization, the Tunisian League for Human Rights, was a US National Endowment for Democracy and George Soros Open Society-funded International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) member organization."

Marzouki is "a veteran Western collaborator whose last two decades of political activity have been supported and subsidized by the US government and US corporate-financier funded foundations."


Morocco, which is much, much poorer than Tunisia and Libya

In parts of Tunisia, such as Sidi Bouzid, unemployment is now around 40 percent according to unofficial reports.

Kader Shibali says: "Sidi Bouzid in 2011 is worse than Sidi Bouzid in 2010, and we believe next year is going to be even worse."

(One year after Tunisian revolt began, little has changed ...)

Mohammed Ammar says of vegetable seller Mohammed al-Bouazizi: "If Mohammed was in Sidi Bouzid today, he would have trouble affording vegetables to fill his cart... The economic conditions would have killed him 2011."

Bouazizi, whose story turns out to be fake.

The 'Syrian Gay Girl blogger' turned out to be an American fake. (Syrian Gay Girl Blog Revealed As Fake Had News Agencies Fooled)

On 17 June 2011 the BBC reported on further doubts about the story of Mohamed Bouazizi, the so called Tunisian martyr. (Perfect symbol?)

1. The media had told us that Mohamed Bouazizi, the poorly educated 'martyr', used the internet to complain about 'injustice' and 'unemployment' in Tunisia.

It now turns out that it was someone else, a college student calling himself Mohamed Bouazizi, who posted the so called Bouazizi poetry and revolutionary songs on the web.

The media had told us that Bouazizi had been slapped across the face by a state official, called Fedia Hamdi.

It turns out that this did not happen.

Fedia Hamdi has been completely exonerated.

3. The media told us that Bouazizi set himself alight in front of the local government offices and later died in hospital.

We have seen no evidence to support this.

In January 2011, in Tunis, during gun battles, twelve Swedes were dragged out of their taxis by local residents who said they were "foreign terrorists".

4. The mother and stepfather of Mohamed Bouazizi, 'the martyr', are now rich.

They now live in a pleasant house in the upmarket Tunis suburb of La Marsa.

5. Many Tunisians see the original story of Bouazizi as fake.

In Tunisia, some towns renamed streets and town squares after the martyr, Mohamed Bouazizi.
The new signs are often defaced or torn-down, even in his native town of Sidi Bouzid.



aferrismoon said...


There's a video on Pirate Bay's title page - quite a nice rap against SOPA

The world appears to be run , off and online, by Pirates , though they use the word International Finance or some such truculence

Aw va bes'


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