Monday, July 01, 2013


Cairo on a busy day.

In Egypt, on 1 July 2013, the Army said it would step in if the politicians didn't settle the crisis within two days.

"If the demands of the people are not realised within the defined period, it will be incumbent upon (the armed forces) ... to announce a road map for the future."

Army boss Abdel Fattah al-Sisi says that the people have expressed their will with unprecedented clarity in the mass demonstrations and wasting more time will only increase the danger of division and violence.

The army says it will oversee any road map "with the participation of all factions and national parties, including young people", but it will not get directly involved in politics or government."

• Up to five ministers have resigned from Morsi's government.
• The Health Ministry says 16 people have been killed.
• The Muslim Brotherhood HQ has been ransacked as the police stood by.

In November 2012, there were signs that the CIA had decided to dump Morsi?

The CIA operative,Gamal Abdel Nasser

The CIA put the following people into power and then apparently fell out with them: Nasser, the Shah, the Ayatollahs, Saddam Hussein, Gaddafi, Morsi...


In November 2012, The Financial Times wrote about Morsi.

The Financial Times, linked to the Rothschilds, considers that Morsi's new constitution "protects the army’s sprawling economic empire from civil oversight...

"The Brotherhood intends to hold mass rallies across Egypt. 

"This is the sort of stand-off that could entice the army - sidelined only months ago - back into the public arena."

Morsi's over-reach -

Anti-Morsi protest

"Morsi has squandered Egypt’s goodwill", writes the Financial Times's Roula Khalaf and Heba SalehPower 

Morsi has squandered Egypt's goodwill -

"He is now being ridiculed as a fool on social networking sites...

"He has questioned whether Sunni extremists were responsible for the 9/11 attacks, suggesting to interlocutors that an explosion had taken place inside the twin towers.

Morsi has squandered Egypt's goodwill -

"His image... has now taken a pounding, perhaps irreparably so."

Will Morsi be dumped by the West?


Egyptians want Mubarak back; Arabs rejecting Yinon - Aangirfan


Charles Edward Frith said...

People dump Morsi. Who comes next is the CIA's next task.

Anonymous said...

They did choose between El-Baradei and Morsi the last time. People didn´t want baradie then but i think that is what CIA has in store..

Anonymous said...

1. Work out what the oligarchs want.
2. Divide the thieves against each other.
3. Work against whatever it is they seek, knowing it will be bad.

Anonymous said...

The Egyptian people are very intelligent. As their elections became more meaningless, they stayed away from the polls in greater numbers. By the time of Morsi's election it lookedk like this:

Election - Turnout
11/11 Parliament 54%
12/11 Parliament 65%
06/12 President 15%

Before the 2012 election, Morsi and the Nassarist Party were tied for last at 8% in May polls. Then, the leading presidential candidates were taken off the ballot. And the last, Morsi, ended up first.

The people knew it was rigged. That's why they stayed home. Now they're in the streets. The Army thinks it can maintain the elitist control system. Maybe, maybe not. But the Egyptians demonstrate the power of the people. If they can just ignor the power of the military, they will be in very good shape.

david said...

Morsi was right though 911 is scientifically proven to be an inside job by Newtonian physics and a mountain of overwhelming evidence.

Anyone that denies this is a fucking low IQ moron that should never breed.

Anonymous said...

I've just written an article introducing some of my findings from my new book, Black Terror White Soldiers, which deals heavily with the Muslim Brotherhood, an organization with deep ties to Freemasonry, Nazism and the CIA.

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