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08 February, 2011

Resilience and the Shadows of Jackals

Egyptian Protest Flyer
It's been quite confusing set of affairs sorting out this business in Egypt, these past weeks. Clearly, there's a lot of conflicting information to take in which in turn takes a lot more effort to discern fact from fiction. Here's some recent highlights I have collected for the investigatory table in the interests of common edification and discussion.

• According to very compelling evidence and sudden military movements in the region, the Sinai Peninsula seems to be the ultimate target and prize for Israel. The agenda seems to be the following:

1) To militarily conquer, occupy and secure the Sinai peninsula, and cut off Gaza from a key international aid reception point.

2) To obviously take the region and plunder out all the natural and mineral resources for Israel.

3) To use this new crusade to as an opportunity to manipulate it as some sort of nonsensical 'Biblical prophesy', and generate increased support from the Christian Zionists. Illustrated here: In describing God's covenant with Abraham, Genesis 15:18 reads: "To your descendants I give this land from the River of Egypt to the Great River, the river Euphrates." Even more ominously, Moses announces to the Jews in Deuteronomy 11:24, that "Every place where you set the soles of your feet shall be yours. Your borders shall run from the wilderness to the Lebanon and from the River, the river Euphrates, to the western sea." It appears that the Bible is not a religious book, it's a 'holy' blueprint for land theft according to Zionist Israel.

• Within the past few days US warships have been dispatched to the waters off the Egyptian coast. The USS Kearsarge, an amphibious assault ship carrying 700 to 800 troops from the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit, and the USS Ponce have arrived in the Red Sea. Under the guise of US citizen evacuations, they await orders following some false-flag op to invade and take the Sinai peninsula. Both ships are transports, facilitating not only rapid troop deployments on shores, but also the deployment of tanks, trucks, artillery, and the complete logistic support needed to supply an assault. Where is the UN in all this? Like a lifeless puppet, they lay asleep at the board, awaiting the hand of their puppeteer Israel to slip up their back and return them to scripted obeisant action.   
• In a rather righteous turn-about, Egyptian journalist Shahira Amin, resigned from her job at state-run Nile TV. She told Al Jazeera "I quit my job because I don't want to be part of the state propaganda regime, I am with the people. I feel liberated and relieved. I have quit my job and joined the people in Tahrir Square. It's not often, if ever that a media personality quits rather than furthers propaganda and her statements in an interview with Mark Colvin of ABC PM reveals quite a lot. Shahira reported:

"Actually it was a spur of the moment decision. I was on my way to work as normal yesterday morning and I had to pass very near Tahrir Square and I heard the chants of the protesters. You know my heart felt so heavy because I've been under tension these past few days. The fact that we weren't able to cover the story, we weren't even allowed to go to Tahrir Square to see what's happening and this is history in the making in my country.

This is happening in my own backyard and I felt that my hands were tied because we were clearly instructed not to go and the only story we were covering were the pro-Mubarak rallies that were taking place, totally ignoring what was happening in Tahrir. So I just felt suffocated as a journalist. I felt like, you know, I was in a close space that was closing in on me and I decided to get out of the car and walk into Tahrir Square and spend the day there and I sent my boss a message saying I wouldn't be back in that building again." She further stated, "Over the past few days we were basically either covering the pro-Mubarak rallies or interviewing officials or reading out press releases from the Interior Ministry which were questionable. On the very first day the press release from the Interior Ministry said that these protests had been organised by the Muslim Brotherhood which wasn't the case.

You know as well as I do that it was the young activists, the internet users, the 6th of April Movement and the We Are All Khaled Saeed Group which is named after the young man from Alexandria who was brutally beaten to death by police, Khaled Saeed.


So these were the organisers and they're the ones who have been in Tahrir Square making very legitimate demands. They showed us the way, these young people. They're very inspirational. They have the courage and resilience and I wanted to follow their lead.

When approached for a personal comment, Dan Rather was afternoon napping and Anderson Cooper was shopping L.L. Bean for accessories that go smartly with covert espionage under the cover of journalism. Taking the piss here a bit, but not by much according to Radar Online.com — "Following his sophomore and junior years at Yale—a well-known recruiting ground for the CIA—Cooper spent his summers interning at the agency's monolithic headquarters in Langley, Virginia, in a program for students interested in intelligence work. His involvement with the agency ended there, and he chose not to pursue a job with the agency after graduation, according to a CNN spokeswoman, who confirmed details of Cooper's CIA involvement to Radar". Maybe that explains why he was punched straight in the head and run out during the uprising? Much like the Mafia or Zionism, once you're in intelligence, you're in. You may not be an agent, but you well sure are considered a lifelong asset.
• Concerted attempts to co-opt, hijack and subvert the momentum and will of the Egyptian masses is happening with escalating ploys. According to an Uruknet article, the Muslim Brotherhood is a contrived organisation who have played a double-agent role of fake opposition. From their inception in 1928 they have been collaborators with colonial and neo-colonial regimes. Their mission is to absorb organic movements, divert their voice, rage and goals and transform burgeoning empowerment to impotent, externally moderated submission. Their presence at the recent talks with Egyptian Vice-President and head of Egyptian Intelligence Omar Suleiman is a fairly transparent move to re-establish their legitimacy and solidify a key position within the new proposed regime. They will become much like a Palestinian Authority, an artificially created group created to accommodate the wishes of Israel, while subverting dissent, legitimate demands and progressive self-determination. Suleiman is a documented torturer, who has long been a friend of Israeli, US and UK intelligence and even used his position to host CIA 'extraordinary renditions'. He is now being groomed by the Triad of Evil (Israel-US-UK) to be the newly installed leader of Egypt. Suleiman and his foreign handlers are desperately trying to rush him into power to restore the massive amounts of money being lost daily in the Egyptian economy and the predatory profit loss in the international community. To give you some idea, economists have estimated that Egypt's economy is losing at least $310 million dollars daily due to the Egyptian Intifada. That gives you some idea of the fire and haste to have this all wrapped up and back under their control, through any and all means.

What was to be revolutionary change is fast being undermined to manifest nothing more than a lateral regime change run by proxy through a triad of the US/UK and Israel. However, the long-suffering people of Egypt are proving both resilient and steadfastly clever in resisting attempts both internally and externally to co-opt their movement. They are standing fast to their demands of an immediate ouster of Mubarak and their unconditional demands for freedom.


As the war for Egyptian freedom is waged, Triad military forces are making efforts to isolate the nation geographically. In the Sinai peninsula, Egyptian troops have been deployed far to the border of Sinai and Gaza. How have the Gazan's responded? PressTV reported on February 5th that, "Over the last three days, Gazans have been giving food to Egyptian soldiers isolated on the Gaza border since the beginning of the popular revolution. Underground tunnels, which were used to bring basic goods from Egypt into the Gaza Strip, are now working in the opposite direction. 

Egyptian soldiers, who have been isolated on the Gaza border for the past 10 days, due to the internal upheaval, are getting bread, canned food and other supplies from the impoverished coastal enclave through the tunnels. 

Gaza's merchants have also been sending vegetables, eggs and other staples into Egypt, where store owners have run out of stock because normal supplies are cut off by the unrest, Ha'aretz reported Friday. 

Since 2006, Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have resorted to the so-called feeding tubes to deliver their basic needs to the enclave which has been sealed off by an Israeli blockade. Rafah is the main entry and exit post between Egypt and the coastal enclave."

In further breaking news, it appears that the Sudan has been Balkanised much the way Viet Nam was, by being divided into northern and southern regions. The timing seem particularly unusual as for years the UN and the international community seemed to be quite disaffected by the Sudanese killing one another while certain countries profited from the Eugenic destruction. Aid, arms flowed like water into the country and foreign covert manipulations played out in the Sudan while the world just watched the genocidal parade. Then suddenly out of the blue, hostilities subside, and the UN springs to life and endorses the secession referendum. With the US following up fast with a formal recognition of Southern Sudan as an independent state in July 2011. Divide and conquer clearly lives on as it is the quickest way to neutralise nations that are deemed threats. You can best bet to see AFRICOM strategically place military troops on "peacekeeping duty" which will include stationing on the Sudanese/Egyptian border. Got to head them off at the pass so to speak and keep Egypt properly cordoned off for the planned transition.

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Gazans Feed Hungry Egyptian Troops

*All illustrations by the brilliant Brazilian cartoonist Carlos Latuff

11 comments:

  1. excellent. i am wondering about the Egyptian military and how it will manage the pressures being put on it. what if the generals order them to attack the Egyptian people? will they do it (a la Pakistan) or will they turn on the people making the orders?

    God i hope it doesn't come to that but it could.

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  2. I dread tomorrow more than anything for the Egyptian people. Like a cowardly tick, Mubarak has entrenched himself and declared that he is not going anywhere. His pre-taped speech has declared war on the self-determination and freedom of the Egyptian peoples. No doubt he's reading from a prepared script on White House stationary from a safe house he's cowering in. By targeting the demonstrators, he's also placed a marksman's cross on himself. Now he's given the masses of Egypt no alternative but to defend themselves from premeditated, first-degree state violence.

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  3. HI HHQ,
    There seems to be a lot of violent talk on the MSM tonight regarding this and from what i can gather it's going to flare right up.and soon.
    So called "state sanctioned " violence i feel is about to occur..El Baradai has asked the army to intervene and we had some freak from the London School of Ecconomics on the TeeVEE describing Mubarak as demented and insane, so they really are pimping it up..crazy stuff hey..
    By the way, i started up a blog today because since my PC crash, i've decided to try to contibute more, and i've dedicated it to Suraci and you guys, like A.Peasant, Aangirfan, chucky, etc...I hope you don't mind that i mention you or will link you in to my blog as it grows..i'm on baby steps..Thanks for the inspiration and the ability to comment here.
    I hope you check it out.
    Cheers A13
    http://thirteenthmonkey.blogspot.com/

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  4. Greetings HHQ!
    Just settling in with a cup of tea. I read through your post.
    Confusing?! That is the understatement of the year. Though I think we are in for much more of this..
    "the Sinai Peninsula seems to be the ultimate target and prize for Israel"
    I completely agree with this.
    1) To militarily conquer, occupy and secure the Sinai peninsula, and cut off Gaza from a key international aid reception point.

    As much as I fear for the Egyptians, this take over by Israel will be the end of the Palestinians in Gaza.

    Horrendous.

    With the upheaval ongoing in Jordan, eventually leading to a new and even more complacent government..what do you think the odds are of the Palestinians in Gaza being moved to Jordan.
    Hasn't that been a goal for sometime now?

    I have such a problem with this whole "internet revolution" HHQ

    "You know as well as I do that it was the young activists, the internet users, the 6th of April Movement and the We Are All Khaled Saeed Group"

    For the simple reason that the vast majority of Egyptians are dirt poor and therefore would have no have internet access.
    Which still leaves me with the perception that outside forces fomented this, that trouble was encouraged in Egypt, but it got bigger then expected. But, I don't even think that really mattered.(the size of the protests)
    After the referendum in Sudan, Egypt became the next to go, they had to, lest they try to interfere in the Sudanese split. Which they were less then happy about.
    Right now, I cannot think of a single way the Egyptians can take their country back.
    I see civil war and a fracturing of the country.
    Egypt will never be the same :(

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  5. We are of the same trepidation and accord Penny, but today is a day most celebratory as Egypt has claimed a major victory with Mubarak's departure. More important is that it demonstrated before the world the true power in the hands of the people once they set themselves to task. This was a game changer, with the briefest respites, as the vile bastard criminals will go to every length available to see this momentum and victory destroyed. The only thing that would seriously monkey-wrench their plans would be for the masses to rise up one country after another and follow in turn.

    The catalyst for Egypt's essentially bloodless revolution was indeed the youth, the internet warriors and disaffected. However don't discount the public-at-large, as they are very astute and from the people I've heard speak at the demonstrations on Chinese TV News, they are well-versed in who their enemies are and the pathetic ploys used to enslave them. The Egyptians may be dirt-poor, but they bear that commonality together and can use word of mouth very effectively. The demonstrations weren't organised via the internet, it was in the streets people to people and was most effective. We will see what the future holds, but today was a great and historic day and we have to take whatever victories we can. Any day where Israel receives some judicious karma is a good one as Egypt's victory today just effectively smashed the blockade against Gaza.

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  6. Hi HHQ,
    They are quick off the mark on this one.

    just off breaking news.

    Top US commander to visit Israel, Jordan

    The top US military commander will visit Israel and Jordan Sunday and Monday to reaffirm US support following the collapse of the presidency of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt.

    Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen will begin his trip in Amman where he will meet with King Abdullah II and his Jordanian counterpart, Lieutenant General Meshaal Al-Zabn.

    "He will discuss security issues of mutual concern and reassure both these key partners of the US military's commitment to that partnership," Pentagon spokesman Captain John Kirby said.

    Advertisement: Story continues below In Israel, Mullen will hold talks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Shimon Peres and the country's military leaders.

    The visit comes after Mubarak stepped down Friday after 30 years, handing power to the military after more than a million people took to the streets in the culmination of an 18-day uprising in Egypt.


    I really do wonder what is the next "installment"?

    Cheers A13

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  7. Indeed. A13 if you haven't already, you need to check out this video clip that A. Peasant located here: The Aljazeera, Palestine and Israeli Deception, take a view, it may explain exactly what's to happen next.

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  8. A13, apologies for the late reply to your reply on your new blog thirteenthmonkey.blogspot.com/. I will be sure to check it out your blog site and much thanks for putting up the link to my site.

    Cheers.

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  9. Thanks HHQ,
    Looking forward to some feedback from you as you are one of the bloggers that has really inspired me to try and write and have made me realise there is no benefit from just sitting back and reading and not participating or doing what I think I can.
    As a person who sees and feels the world we live in and the influences all around that shape our lives and that of our Families and our futures, I need to be in the fray.

    As far as i see it, all around the world, we are in this together and we have a formidable enemy whose awareness of is paramount.

    Thanks HHQ.
    Cheers A13

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  10. Thanks sincerely, just doing what I am able. The impetus of which lie in never having the children of this world look at me with loathing and say "Why didn't you do something when you could?!". Never have our collective enemies been closer in realising their sick goals, and never before in history have we been in a position to destroy it and be free.

    Cheers.

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  11. HHQ,
    Well,
    What did they say in the "Good Old Days"
    "Let's Rock'n'Roll".

    (A bit of bravado does not go astray)
    Cheers A13
    and thanks for your advice, much appreciated.

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