2/1/11

partners in thought crime


James at Winter Patriot Community has written an absolutely stunning post called The Egyptian Revolution in Context. With his permission, it follows in full.

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The protests in Egypt are not wholly a product of Mubarak's mistreatment of the Egyptian population for the last thirty years. Israel is heavily involved with the troubles, too.

Israel wants three things to come out of this conflict-

  • A pipeline transporting water from the Nile to Israel for their swimming pools.
  • Control of the Suez Canal, as it is a choke point for trade between Europe and Asia (read China) and
  • The break up of Egypt to remove it as a military force and as an economic ally of China

The long held dream of the Zionists for Israel is a land stretching from the Nile to the Euphrates. They are already in Iraq on the banks of the Euphrates through their proxy, the US. The two blue stripes on the Israeli flag represent these two rivers (though this will be denied).

The Israeli Govt has been putting pressure on Egypt for some years now to deliver on Anwar Sadat's promise to pipe Nile water to Israel as part of the agreement to regain the Sinai Peninsular which was occupied by Israel after its attack on Egypt, Jordan and Syria in 1967. Though this agreement was alluded to in press briefings at the time it was not spelled out and is not widely known. Mubarak has been holding out and recently stated outright that no Egyptian water would be delivered to Israel.

Israel has been lobbying the countries of the Upper Nile to pressure Egypt into reviewing old water sharing agreements, dating back to the days of British rule, that greatly favour Egypt. Israel has been encouraging these countries, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda to build new dams and irrigation projects to bring Egypt to the negotiating table. But Mubarak has not wanted to negotiate a new agreement with these countries as it will inevitably mean less water for an increasingly thirsty Egypt. Equally, Mubarak cannot agree to the generally unpublicised Israeli demands for water because no one in Egypt would stand for it. Never mind the fact that they don't have the water to spare. Israel would know all this and so have been jamming Mubarak in between a rock and a hard place. And they are keeping him there still.

The pressure has been upped further with the coup in Tunisia in which Israel is complicit and suggesting that Egypt would be next. Wikileaks has been playing its a part too. The expectations of a government overthrow have been raised exponentially, setting the scene for civil disturbance.

Also not widely known is the fact that there already exists a pipeline delivering water from the Nile to Al Arish in the Sinai, forty kms from the Israeli border. This same area is now being touted as an area of armed civil unrest. This link (h/t to AP of Twelfth Bough) takes you to a story that is doubly interesting once this pipeline is borne in mind. Egyptian solders have been cleared by Israel to enter the Sinai to control this situation. However, equally possible is that Israel put pressure on Cairo to send these troops to set up a manufactured threat to Israel 'security' and thus providing the cassus belli for war leading to the capture of the Suez Canal and perhaps further to the Nile to gain access to water. The article linked above is laying the storyline for a future Israeli invasion into Sinai and onto the Suez Canal.







The Suez Canal is one of the major world sea route choke points. It sees most of the sea traffic between Europe and Asia. No doubt it generates some serious income. But it is the ability to close it down that gives the controller power over other countries including China. These two points would be very appealing to Israel, well known for exploiting any advantage. In the event of the Straits of Hormuz being blocked through war with Iran, the importance of the Suez Canal will skyrocket because oil tankers will have to use it or suffer huge further economic penalties through having to navigate round the Cape of Good Hope. China will be very vulnerable because US and NATO rule the seas and the more time China's tankers spend at sea, the more vulnerable they are to attack or seizure.








Israel is currently planning to pipe oil undersea to Haifa from the pipeline head at Ceyhan in Turkey that brings Caspian Basin oil to the Mediterranean Sea. There is also a pipeline under construction through Iraq paralleling an old (but still functional, I'm told) pipeline to Haifa. There is a planned expansion of an existing pipeline down to the port of Eilat from Haifa and from there by tanker through the Gulf of Aqaba into the Red Sea and beyond to Asia. Israel intends to plant itself in the middle of the oil trade routes. This will give Israel a lot of power over Europe and Asia and Israel will certainly use this to gain concessions at every turn. The pipelines to the ports of Haifa and Eilat together with the Suez canal are critical control points to choke off oil to China in the event of war.







The US and Israel are currently causing trouble for Yemen, Somalia, Sudan and now Egypt. All these countries adjoin the strategic sea route of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. Other countries on the Red Sea are Saudi Arabia, Eritrea and Djibouti. Can they expect the same? I think so.

The Muslim Brotherhood and the Egyptian Army are standing on the sidelines while the protests continue to grow awaiting their cue.

I believe the protesters are very genuinely angry after thirty years of repression. I also believe they are being deliberately further enraged by the police and the looters and not to mention the snipers (who could well be Israelis, as in Tunisia) to provide the excuse for a violent crackdown which will usher in an "extreme" government that will include the Muslim Brotherhood and the army.

So in this sense, the people, the protesters, are being set up as patsies. The more violently they react, the better as far as the psychopaths (MB, the Egyptian Army and the israeli armed forces) are concerned. And just in case they don't, there will be plenty of agent provocateurs on hand, I'm sure.

The new "extreme" government (with strings leading back to Israel and the CIA through their long held connections to both the army and the MB) will provide a cassus belli for war with Israel who will plead 'self defence', as they always do.

So the army and MB, too, are being set up as patsies. Egypt is sending troops into the Sinai (with israel's approval - read 'request') to become a 'threat to their existence' along with armed protesters - all fabricated, of course. The resulting war and internal civil strife for Egypt will lead to it being broken up into at least two countries, Upper and Lower Egypt and weakening and impoverishing it in the process.

My hope is that the Egyptian people can see what is coming and take whatever measures they can to head off this scenario and somehow grab victory for themselves out of this. And that through their local leaders, they can actually get in control of it.

The US, the UK through NATO together with Israel are past masters at Balkanising countries that have strategic importance to them. The process impoverishes these countries through weakening their ability to resist the criminal trade in drugs and humans (incl body parts) that NATO sponsors. This trade in death and despair funds wholesale corruption throughout these societies further weakening them.

Kosovo, for instance, is far worse off now than it ever was. As is every single country that has seen military intervention from the great liberators, US and NATO and the budding colonialists, Israel. This fate awaits the people of Egypt. They will cease to be a military threat of any kind. They will be defenceless against NATO and they will become stepping stones for NATO's jackboots as it marches towards its goal of full spectrum dominance of the whole world. Egypt is about to be transformed into another stepping stone by these massive forces if things continue to go to plan for the Globalists.

However, . . . . however, . . everything doesn't go according to their plans. The Globalists have failed to bring in their planned One World Currency. They have failed to maintain control over Russia with the rise of Vladimir Putin. They have failed to launch a war on Iran and the have failed to cower them as well. They failed in their invasion of Lebanon in 2006 and they failed to start a world war through that. This planned attack against Egypt is a response, in part, to their failure to gain access to the Litani river in Lebanon. They failed to provoke a wider war through their absolutely inhuman bombing of Gaza. They have failed to overthrow and retake the governments of Venezeula, Bolivia and Equador.

The forces of the Globalists and their consequent effects are threatening and everywhere to be seen. But the forces that have rebuffed them have all been unseen. They seemed to materialised out of nowhere. The people who came down out of the hills to rescue their leader, Hugo Chavez, and save their revolution; the people of South Lebanon who organised and believed in themselves who overwhelmed and repulsed the 'spare no expense' army of Israel; these were not foreseen.

So let us pray for the people of Egypt that they see the enemy for what it is more and more and it's plan in the immediate future. Let us trust that they will prevail through yet unseen methods using unseen resources and unexpected assistance. Their fate is our fate.

Spread the knowledge that is coming in from and going out to Egypt. Spread it around the world. Post links and share the goodwill and show support in any way you can think of. The forces of darkness gain their power to a very large extent through deceit; through hiding their plans, their intentions and their methods. 
Every bit of exposure helps.

Some reading, (of course!)
Will Nile Water Go To Israel?:
North Sinai Pipelines And The Politics Of Scarcity


Nile Water to Israel? -- Part Two 


23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Two small points to add to your excellent article:
- The USA is sending the Connecticut national Guard to Sinai
- Israel has offered Mubarak to send in their special forces to shoot the leaders of the resistance.

Given all of this, I would not be surprised if israel apprropriated the Sinai during the next days under the pretext of "security".

Thanks BTW for allowing anon comments.

buelahman said...

Excellent!

aferrismoon said...

You might appreciate the first minute or so -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUjEeTTuQao

Its called MASOPUST Part 2

cheers

dublinmick said...

Hi Peasant
That is exactly what is going on in my opinion too. I have said also sometimes these people eruptions can't be controlled in the manner expected. It all depends on the police and army. Is there anyone in it who is honestly looking out for the country? How many of them are there?

Sulieman has been instrumental over the years in purging military leaders who even looked like they had ideas of changing the status quo. So the Egyptian people face some very solemn odds as related to having any say in the new leadership.

There is no doubt Israel has offered snipers to control the outcome and polish off unwanted leader types. They are also rumored to be sending in gas for crowd control.

This is also the type situation that has been speculated on for centuries. Exactly what would it take to draw Russia from the North and China from the east to finally throw up their hands and invade themselves? We have seen strange things, missiles of Los Angeles and speculation as to whether these are warnings from China not to go too far. But we don't really know, do we? We have seen Chinese submarines pop up in the vicinity of of submarines also as if a warning. If history is any example, someone somewhere will keep pushing until it is one step too far.

This is a very dangerous time for the world.

dublinmick said...

Hi Peasant
That is exactly what is going on in my opinion too. I have said also sometimes these people eruptions can't be controlled in the manner expected. It all depends on the police and army. Is there anyone in it who is honestly looking out for the country? How many of them are there?

Sulieman has been instrumental over the years in purging military leaders who even looked like they had ideas of changing the status quo. So the Egyptian people face some very solemn odds as related to having any say in the new leadership.

There is no doubt Israel has offered snipers to control the outcome and polish off unwanted leader types. They are also rumored to be sending in gas for crowd control.

This is also the type situation that has been speculated on for centuries. Exactly what would it take to draw Russia from the North and China from the east to finally throw up their hands and invade themselves? We have seen strange things, missiles of Los Angeles and speculation as to whether these are warnings from China not to go too far. But we don't really know, do we? We have seen Chinese submarines pop up in the vicinity of of submarines also as if a warning. If history is any example, someone somewhere will keep pushing until it is one step too far.

This is a very dangerous time for the world.

malcontent said...

Another preposterous trap being set here in der Homeland.

http://www.cnbc.com/id/41365249

I wonder if Cramer still packs a 38 when he goes out to score some blow?

malcontent said...

And pre-emptive blocking in Jordan too?

http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/meast/02/01/jordan.government/

Like yelling "fire" in a crowded theater, there is an uncontrollable aspect to panicked crowds that must be respected regardless of who set the fire or when.

james griffon said...

The cat's out of the bag

The following comment was left by McJ on my article over at WinterPatriotDotcom

Pinch hitter ElBaradei, the ready-made leader for Egypt's 'spontaneous' people's revolution, steps up to the plate!
http://articles.cnn.com/2011-01-30/world/egypt.elbaradei_1_egyptian-oppo...

He is really letting the cat out of the bag with this one don't ya think?

"Earlier Sunday, ElBaradei said Mubarak must step down in order to save the country.
"If he wants to save his skin, if he has an iota of patriotism, I would advise him to leave today and save the country," he told CNN's Fareed Zakaria GPS.
The opposition leader said he had been given a mandate to build a unity government.
"What I have been authorized -- mandated -- by the people who organized these demonstrations
(is) to agree on a national unity government," he told Zakaria.
Egypt is entering a period of transition, and a government of national unity is needed to fill the void and hold "fair and free" elections, ElBaradei said. "
"He did not rule out the possibility of serving as president or interim president if Mubarak were to step down."
..."A transitional government is needed to move the country from dictatorship to democracy, he said. "


Any bets on whether a transitional government will be moving the country towards democracy? Well maybe an Iraqi or Afghani style democratic transition.

chuckyman said...

Great repost from James. It dovetails excellently with your previous post(s) A.P.

The mask of the puppeteer has slipped before the plan is fully mature. I still have hope that their master plan slips. Mal’s warnings are very timely also.

A. Peasant said...

great comments everyone. this is such a powerful piece James wrote, and it really helps tie things together. i'm checking out all your links.

A. Peasant said...

ferris, where do you find this stuff?!

what a trip. the first minute was absolutely shocking, ha. and i love the dog with the headscarf! :D delightful!

dublinmick said...

http://www.china-defense-mashup.com/chinas-k-8e-jet-trainer-in-egypt.html

China's K-8E Jet Trainer in Egypt

The co-production of the K-8E in Egypt consists of three phases. In the first phase of the project China will supply all the main parts of the aircraft for the assembly of a complete aircraft.

By the end of the programme Egypt may have the capability to manufacture the major parts and independently assemble the planes.

This, in the words of Egyptian Air Force officers, will help re-establish the nation's aviation industry, which was obstructed in the 1970s for a variety of reasons.

The K-8E co-production project will also help consolidate "the strategic co-operative relationship" set up by the two nations when President Jiang Zemin visited Egypt in 1999, according to a high-ranking official of the China National Aero-Technology Import and Export Corporation, which represents the Chinese side for the operation of the project.

james griffon said...

The co-production of the K-8E in Egypt consists of three phases. In the first phase of the project China will supply all the main parts of the aircraft for the assembly of a complete aircraft."

BINGO!

Great find Mick. Thanks for posting it.

What's the bet that if israeli bombs start raining down on Egypt that quite a few will find their way to the aircraft manufacturing facilities?

Chuck,
thanks for the compliment!

dublinmick said...

I was thinking the same thing James and it might be a question of exactly who those planes are supposed to be defending against. Any new leadership might be confused about who the target is.

aferrismoon said...

Its in Czech Republic, happens every year. I thought the bit about 'not joining the circle' was apt considering Israels intransigence. They say they want to be a part of the world, but they don't really.


cheers

A. Peasant said...

indeed. he says something like "we're jews. we run in the opposite direction."

roger that. thanks for tip.

aferrismoon said...

Its like the 'we want to be accepted by society but we don't really want to accept it' or ' let us join in your game and then demand the rules are changed to suit us'

Apart from that it good to see the whole village get together and get completely drunk which most of them are by mid-afternoon.


cheers

Penny said...

Where does it all go from here?
God, who needs tv with this stuff going on!

INCOMING!!!!!!! said...

Hee hee FYI AP. Working on a little something and came across this.

http://blog.sabdesi.net/2011/01/an-egyptian-spy-deported-from-china-asharq-alawsat/

BTW the looting of precious ancient artifacts is not unexpected. I'll bet the same teams as looted Iraq are passing safely through arrivals in Tel Aviv and Beijing as we speak!

Keir said...

As soon as I see Israel's supposed connivance to ensure the swimming pools of its people remain filled, I switch off.

james griffon said...

The Zionist individual who occupies our land consumes 15 times more water than the Arab individual. The ratio differs among Arab citizens between one part of the Arab homeland and another).

I don't think you will find too many swimming pools in the West Bank or Gaza.

A. Peasant said...

incoming, thanks i'm checking out your link now. i was also not surprised about the looting.

Keir, you can watch this also:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V68utAjWPUc&feature=player_embedded

there's also an aerial picture i'm trying to track down, and i will post it if i find it.

A. Peasant said...

Keir, if you're still here, here's the photo i wanted you to see:

http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee261/FrankPilla/i1sra1.jpg

regards.

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