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Did you know that the United States gives $1.3 billion annually to Egypt for military financing? Apparently, at least according to WikiLeaks, it provides more than just financial aid.
For the last three years, the US government secretly provided aid to the leaders behind this week’s social uprising in Egypt aimed to topple the government of President Hosni Mubarak, according to a leaked diplomatic cable.
One of the young Egyptian leaders who attended a summit for activists in New York with the help of the US embassy in Cairo was detained when he returned to Egypt, the memo released by Wikileaks said. The leaked document indicates that the US government was publicly supporting Mubarak’s government while privately backing opposition groups. Source.
The American government secretly backed leading figures behind the Egyptian uprising who have been planning “regime change” for the past three years, The Daily Telegraph has learned.
The American Embassy in Cairo helped a young dissident attend a US-sponsored summit for activists in New York, while working to keep his identity secret from Egyptian state police.
On his return to Cairo in December 2008, the activist told US diplomats that an alliance of opposition groups had drawn up a plan to overthrow President Hosni Mubarak and install a democratic government in 2011. Telegraph.
The revolt in Egypt is an organically driven people-power movement to oust a dictator, restore universal freedoms, and wrestle the country free from the clutches of the US military-industrial complex, but the man now being positioned to form a new government is a pied piper working for the very same globalists and NGO’s that autocrat leader Hosni Mubarak has dutifully served for nearly 30 years. Source.
As protests across Egypt drew hundreds of thousands of people demanding Mubarak's exit, the U.S. ambassador to Egypt, Margaret Scobey, spoke to Nobel Peace laureate Mohamed ElBaradei, a key opposition figure who has seen rising support from a broad swath of Egyptian groups.Source
Originally posted by ~Lucidity
reply to post by DarthPhobos
Are there maybe some clues here? Seeming contradictions? Is there really any news here? How does Obama feel about Israel? Does it matter? Why does CFR leadership seem to want Mubarak out? Why is oh so Israel "confused.: What they say is not necessarily what they mean. They're trying a new game plan to escalate things that have been stuck in the ME. Same goal, different strategy. But they really need to plug Bolton and Haas up...they're blowing it for them by keeping up the old strategy, which is still in process too. Lucky for them, no one pays much attention. Confused? That's the plan.
Israel shocked by Obama's "betrayal" of Mubarak
Kissinger praises Obama’s handling of Egypt, gives Mubarak ‘months, at most’
Bolton: If Mubarak falls in Egypt, Israel should bomb Iran
Davos panel sees huge Iranian response to attack
Originally posted by tooo many pills
A theory of mine is that every time a Middle Eastern nation gets it together and is on the verge of becoming First World country we stage a coup or revolution to knock them back to square one in an effort to keep the entire region unstable, so we can cipher their resources without anyone noticing. Think back on Iran around a year and a half ago, in how our media tried to destabilize the country after the elections.
Originally posted by ~Lucidity
Whether this was staged/instigated (probability medium) and then got away from them or really just did come from the people and they take full advantage, one thing is certain...an NWO puppet is going to wind up back in there. One way or another.The attacks by the NWO on Mohamed ElBaradei making him appear as NWO is a diversion. The NWO hates him.
Originally posted by TheLaughingGod
There's no easy way fighting these bastards, I guess the only way is through awareness, so let's do our part.
There were reports the US government was trying to broker a deal with Egypt’s newly-appointed vice-president Omar Suleiman to bring in an interim reformist government and ease Mubarak out and end the 11-day-old people’s revolt. Source.
Tens of thousands of protesters are in Cairo for an 18th day of demonstrations calling for the immediate resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who said Thursday he would not step down.
The Egyptian state news agency said Friday that military leaders have held a meeting and plan to issue a statement later in the day.
Thursday, Mr. Mubarak dashed hopes amid rumors of his imminent resignation when he announced in a televised speech that he will not step down but will hand day-to-day powers to Vice President Omar Suleiman.