Who had the foresight to print up and distribute professional posters of El Baradei in all the chaos?
El Baradai will lead an interim government.
El Baradai is a globalist.
Major opposition groups support El Baradai. That includes the Muslim Brotherhood.
"Political groups support ElBaradei to negotiate with the regime," Essam el-Eryan from the Muslim Brotherhood told Al Jazeera television.
The MB is considered a "radical Muslim organization."
The MB has ties to the spooks.
The fear can now be raised that Egypt may fall into the hands of extremists.
This feeds directly into Israel's "fears." How convenient is that? Israel's "fears" will be justified. Israel can act in "self defense" to the slightest provocation.
"Our efforts are designed to continue and maintain stability and security in our region," Netanyahu said. "I remind you that the peace between Israel and Egypt has endured for over three decades, and our goal is to ensure that these relations continue."Troops already moving into the Sinai?
...Egyptian troops on Sunday began to enter the resort town of Sharm El Sheik, according to Al Jazeera. The peace treaty signed between Israel and Egypt restricts the movement of Egyptian troops into the Sinai Peninsula, but Israel approved the entrance of troops, according to The New York Times.
What are Israel's alleged concerns?
"The greatest Israeli concern is that a change of regime in Egypt will bring instability in the short term and may cause the collapse of the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty and even lead to another military conflict in the region."
"In an Iranian point of view the collapse of the Mubarak regime and the rise of the "Muslim Brothers" will be a strategic victory against the West and in their long-term political and military campaign against the Jewish State."
"The Iranians will take maximum advantage of the current situation and will urge Syria, Hezbollah and Hamas to fill the vacuum. Israel may find itself in its most difficult time since the 1948 independence war."
Israel wants a war. They want it so badly. These are all justifications for war.
Michel Chossudovsky has a message for the Egyptian people. Dictators do not dictate, they obey orders.
The slogans in Egypt are "Down with Mubarak, Down with the Regime". No anti-American posters have been reported... The overriding and destructive influence of the USA in Egypt and throughout the Middle East remains unheralded.
The foreign powers which operate behind the scenes are shielded from the protest movement.
No significant political change will occur unless the issue of foreign interference is meaningfully addressed by the protest movement.
Our message to the protest movement:
Actual decisions are taken in Washington DC, at the US State Department, at the Pentagon, at Langley, headquarters of the CIA. at H Street NW, the headquarters of the World Bank and the IMF.
The relationship of "the dictator" to foreign interests must be addressed. Unseat the political puppets but do not forget to target the "real dictators".
The protest movement should focus on the real seat of political authority; it should target (in a peaceful, orderly and nonviolent fashion) the US embassy, the delegation of the European Union, the national missions of the IMF and the World Bank.
Meaningful political change can only be ensured if the neoliberal economic policy agenda is thrown out.
The cooptation of the leaders of major opposition parties and civil society organizations in anticipation of the collapse of an authoritarian puppet government is part of Washington's design, applied in different regions of the World.
The process of cooptation is implemented and financed by US based foundations including the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and Freedom House (FH). Both FH and the NED have links to the US Congress. the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), and the US business establishment. Both the NED and FH are known to have ties to the CIA.
The puppet masters support dissent against their own puppets?
Its called "political leveraging", "manufacturing dissent". Support the dictator as well as the opponents of the dictator as a means of controlling the political opposition.
These actions on the part of Freedom House and the National Endowment for Democracy, on behalf of the Bush and Obama administrations, ensure that the US funded civil society opposition will not direct their energies against the puppet masters behind the Mubarak regime, namely the US government.
These US funded civil society organizations act as a "Trojan Horse" which becomes embedded within the protest movement. They protect the interests of the puppet masters. They ensure that the grassroots protest movement will not address the broader issue of foreign interference in the affairs of sovereign states.
The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt constitutes the largest segment of the opposition to president Mubarak. According to reports, The Muslim Brotherhood dominates the protest movement.
While there is a constitutional ban against religious political parties Brotherhood members elected to Egypt's parliament as "independents" constitute the largest parliamentary block.
The Brotherhood, however, does not constitute a direct threat to Washington's economic and strategic interests in the region. Western intelligence agencies have a longstanding history of collaboration with the Brotherhood. Britain's support of the Brotherhood instrumented through the British Secret Service dates back to the 1940s. Starting in the 1950s, according to former intelligence official William Baer, "The CIA [funnelled] support to the Muslim Brotherhood because of “the Brotherhood’s commendable capability to overthrow Nasser.”1954-1970: CIA and the Muslim Brotherhood Ally to Oppose Egyptian President Nasser, These covert links to the CIA were maintained in the post-Nasser era.
El Baradai + Muslim Brotherhood is not going to work out for the Egyptian people. That is the plan of the globalists. The Egyptian people should please RESIST the globalist suggestions and also RESIST being divided.
The globalists would like to have your heads on a plate.