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12 February, 2011


What will the future hold? Only time will tell.

The will of the people has brought them victory, 
now the real fight begins as covert ops slither in.

No matter, for today the enslaved world rejoices and the 
smell of freedom wafts through the battlefields of Earth.

Well done Egypt, be well vigilant and secure your future.


  1. Hi HHQ,
    Regarding what A.Peasant brought up in the previous post, that the Egyptian military, primarily the army, would have to or might be placed in the position to have to "fire" on thier own People.
    Could it be that they could either become patsies to some outside influence or manipulations, be complicit, or become so divided within themselves that "anything goes" ie: high level destabilisation within.

    Who can tell? but that "meeting" between the US, Is(not)real,and Jordan so incredibly soon makes one think that somethings on the boil.

  2. Absolutely A13, I surmised the same as well with that hastily scheduled meeting. Although it can't rightly be called a meeting if Shitrael is involved, as meetings with them in attendance usually involve them dictating their demands to their traitorous prostitutes.

  3. HI HHQ,
    Just posted this at Penny's so i thought it would be pertinant here as well in this case.

    Yemen is going this way as well as we can see by this report partly posted here.

    "Human rights groups have reported that anti-government demonstrators in the capitol were attacked by men armed with knives.

    "Security forces brought out military and police in civilian clothes with knives, and they went into the crowd and started to attack the demonstrators," said Khaled Al-Anesi, a Yemeni human rights lawer, to CNN.

    Saleh has been in power in Yemen since 1978 and last week promised to step down when his term ends in 2013, hoping to appease demonstrators. He also promised not to pass power to his son.

    Both Yemen and Algeria saw demonstrations and clashes with police on Saturday, the day after Hosni Mubarak resigned as Egypt'''s president, a post he held for thirty years.

    At least 10 people were detained Friday night after anti-government demonstrators in Sanaa celebrated Mubarak'''s resignation, according to Human Rights Watch. [1]

    Thousands of protesters gathered in Yemen's capital, Sana'a, Saturday, calling for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down a day after Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak resigned. [2]

    Thousands of protesters gathered in Yemen's capital, Sana'a, Saturday to celebrate the resignation of Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak and call for their own president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, to step down. [3] "
    (end snip)

    For full report please go to

    Looks to me like part of Plan B and the domino effect theory.

    again, sorry about the length, but it's relevant.
    Keep up the great work!!

  4. Excellent discovery and investigative work A13, it's absolutely relevant to the current proceedings. The agents provocateurs and undercover police thugs running about in Yemen are following the same counter-insurgency script followed in Egypt.

    No apologies are ever necessary for the length of your replies. Post as much as the information requires, its expedition is what is paramount.


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