The Egyptian referendum has now taken place. They have voted to end the constitutional possibility of any more "dictators for life" emerging in
Egyptian politics. They are paving the way for the creation of political parties and a democracy similar in style to the ones we see in the west.
That's good as far as it goes.
Who'd have thought a group of people running around in the streets could get so much done in such a short time?
Of course, most of the idealistic Egyptians who took to the streets, are not aware that their revolution was carefully incubated by outside forces.
This is documented
by the ladies of Cairo and their website, harassmap.org
, which statistically tracked sexual harassment in the streets
of Cairo since 2004 and noted a sharp and ever increasing acceleration of sexual harassment in Cairo beginning in November 2010, three and a half
months prior to the ouster of Mubarak.
By mid-February of 2011, the harassment level was eighty times the norm
recorded from 2004 to November 2010. This could not happen by
I believe that the surge in harassment of the ladies of Cairo was staged by one or more foreign intelligence services to anger the Egyptian population
in Cairo in a way that would have flown under the radar and have gone unnoticed if not for the ladies who run harassmap.org
. Undoubtedly there
were other strategies for exacerbating social tensions in Egypt and undoubtely these were formulated and carried out by operatives working for foreign
Who were these people?
In due time we will know exactly who they were, because they will
emerge in control of Egypt when the dust settles after the first
So much for "power to the people". Already there are complaints from segments of the Egyptian street protesters that they are being shunted aside as
the new democratic paradigm takes shape.
I have a question about the Egyptian referendum. Did it spell out in detail the restrictions on lobbyists and the restrictions on campaign
contributions by corporate donors? Surely, this being the middle east, lobbyists and corporate interests who try to purchase the important
so as not to be inconvenienced by the will of the people in any given election, American style, will be stoned to death "quickly
and mercifully" (apologies to Jon Stewart).
Congratulations Egypt, your "dictators for life" have put on new party clothes.
This is the shape of a "hot house" revolution, incubated quickly at a high temperature, or to put it another way, this is a "preemie
. We had the "color" revolutions in the old Soviet Bloc and now we have the "preemie" (prematurely born) revolutions in the mideast.
Instead of having established rebel leaders in those countries, who have worked for years building organizations and readying themselves to assume
power, who have a program in mind, who have the best interests of the people at heart, the globalists will manipulate these leaderless, "preemie"
revolutions and groom their own leaders
who they control from the outset.
This is the paradigm of "change" in the middle east.
It's the latest in seeming to foster, but really sabotaging democracy by the elite.
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