Obama's calls for the resignation of Mubarak come as no surprise to anyone who's been watching this to any length at all. It's well worth going into who the players are, in this attempted revolution:
1) April 6 and Kifaya kicked off the rebellion, and the Muslim Brotherhood is sustaining it. These are the trademark Brzezinski/Soros puppets that are always used to kick off these 'UN soft power revolutions': NGOs, student groups and leninist vanguards attached to Wall Street foundations (in this case, the Freedom House Foundation, the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict and the International Crisis Group). It's the same MO as in all other color revolutions - for ex., Tunisia, Iran and the Ukraine.
2) The coordinating factor here is the International Crisis Group, a UN front staffed by people such as Brzezinski, Soros, Wesley Clark, Solana, Shimon Peres and, of course, El Baradei. This is the guy who was chosen to take over. The motive here is to install a puppet islamo-socialist regime similar to the ones in Iraq and Afghanistan. Baradei is the guy chosen to bring it in, and the Muslim Brotherhood will be its pillar and its sustaining force.
3) The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) deserves a section of its own here. The MB has always been the prime British intelligence asset in the region, being instrumental during the Nasser affair. It's an incredibly important player in the entire Middle East, given the power of its influence networks; its function has always been to take leadership over the Sunni and get an anti-Shia Jihad going. This divide & rule game has helped keep the region in tension ever since WWII, and is now being played out like never before. For NATO, these MB ghouls are the 'good' radical Muslims: they're ardent Fabian socialists, at their inner circle, and they're the ones who provided the man power and the ground networks to set up the NATO protectorates of Kosovo, Albania, and Bosnia.
The MB was also the breeding ground for characters like Ayman al Zawahiri and many other organizers of Qaeda, during the 80s. There is no reason whatsoever to suppose their cooperation has somehow ended, in the meantime (that cooperation was alive and well in 2001), yet that subject is rarely, if ever discussed, on the mainstream.
The OBJECTIVE. Nothing here is happening by chance. The plans for North Africa and the Middle East are laid out in the Brzezinski/Bernard Lewis/PNAC doctrine. The first stage was to create what Brzezinski called "imperial mobilization" into the region, to establish a permanent international military presence -- that was accomplished with the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. At the same time, as Brzezinski said, in The Grand Chessboard (1997), that imperial mobilization would come hand in hand with the setting up of a police state structure in the west.
The next stage is to completely shred the region, bit by bit, nation by nation. This will be done through these collectivist, islamo-socialist regimes, that are meant to destroy traditional Muslim culture, create civil wars, and even regional wars, in the medium/long run.
In the end the whole area will have been deculturalized, wrecked, and broken up into many mini-states, which will be production hubs run by global agencies such as the IMF and the World Bank, and policed by international forces. In other words, the end of the nation-state, and the coming of a neo-feudalist system, run by international financiers, using international agencies as their enforcement arms.
This, of course, will not happen within a vacuum. During this period, many (real) terror and panic migrations will be exported into Europe, and the economic downturns caused by restlessness in the Middle East (particularly in oil prices) will cause the western economies to further collapse into a poverty, two-class status. These things will allow for the "order out of chaos" projection that was described in the 2006 "Strategic Trends Report", by British military intel.
It's also the "great transition" that the UN and its many institutes harp on about. The complete end of the nation-state and its replacement with global and regional management bodies. Constant crisis and conflict, to allow for that transitional process. Economic, social, cultural standardization, of the entire globe.
In the end, a few decades from now, these boys expect to achieve their system of global governance, whereby local populations will be ruled by continental authorities who will, in turn, report to a worldwide body: a 'world state'. It's just the old project of a world society, of scientific socialism and high-tech feudalism, that was put forth by characters such as Hegel, Bentham, St. Simon and Lenin, and is now being carried out by monopoly capitalists.
People have to go keep wising up to the techniques being used, and denouncing them for what they are.
Here is my rule of thumb for smelling bull shit when it comes to "revolutions" or "protests" of any kind. All I needed to do to confirm for my self that this seemingly sudden upheaval in Egypt (as well as the other protests going on in Libya, Tunisia etc) is a farce is to to look at how this is being sold to us by the mainstream media.
Americans protest against any US policy, they are "anti government radical anarchists" and are more & more treated like trash by law enforcement.
But Iranians protest the Iranian government, they are "freedom fighters".
Egyptians "revolt" against the Anglo-American backed Egyptian government, the Anglo-American establishment supports them, but at the same time they are "not taking sides", meaning the Anglo-American Establishment are playing on both sides of the conflict. House nigga Obama and Biden and crew gave their prepared in advance speeches 'urging' Mubarak to step down and at the same time congratulated the "freedom fighters", as expected, tells me all I need to know.
It’s all perception management. They present every subject in black & white, "this" or "that", take your pick, and if you are only thinking in zeros and ones, or like a drone, like the majority of the public, instead of actually critically thinking outside the box (the TV) they want to keep you in, then they can easily guide your thoughts on any given subject to their desired conclusion.
Thesis -- Antithesis -- Synthesis
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