posted on Dec, 30 2011 @ 06:14 AM
Well first of all I must congratulate the Egyptian authorities for showing that foriegn government funded organisations will have a tough time
influencing the politics of Egypt in the future. I believe that there are NGO out there which have very little influence politically, or at least have
the decency to hide thier meddling behind a genuinely useful facade, like for instance a humanitarian/medical mission, and that they do a good job of
But an outright political organisation, designed purely to install democratic training in people is not on! Either the Egyptians will come by
democracy by thier own hand, or they will not come by it at all. US lead political training camps, spoon feeding lessons that are meant to be taught
by expirience will only turn sour in the future.
Imagine if you will the following, playing out before you:
Egypt is all about ready to embrace democracy under its own steam, having its own politicians with thier own veiws, and finally a clear difference
emerges between candidates, even those who both share a common party or platform. All that remains is to have the key vote.Almost having achieved a
democratic government, the Egyptian people are happier and cannot wait to find out what democracy is like to live under truely.
All of a sudden, extremists make the point that ALL the democratic parties, and personages have been, and probably still are, under US and western
influence, and cannot be trusted to keep Egypts interests at the fore front of thier thinking. Thrown into pandemonium, and chaos, the howls of
betrayal from those who have been swayed by extremist propeganda, the tears of those who are seeing something they have worked for, all thier lives in
some cases, fall to bits before them, the entire premise of democracy in the region is swept away due to the obvious foriegn interest influence
exerted on each and every candidate in the eyes of the voter.
If I can see the flaw in promoting democracy through training of this sort, then you can bet that it will be exploited by extremists in the future to
invalidate the loyalty of any democratic politician or party in Egypt. The only way to have an Egyptian democracy , is for Egypt to figure it out for
itself. Any other scenario means that any potential government might be seen as collaberators with foriegn interests, and that would make such a
government weak in the eyes of the people, and in the eyes of dangerous elements with aspirations to power, prestige, and access to military power,
personel and equipment, they would look like a victim with his throat bared to make the passage of the blade across it swifter and more immediately
lethal, and a heavy purse at his waist.
I believe that non-government organisations of the directly political type ought to be abolished. There is a difference between the efforts of human
rights organisations for instance, and those of wholely political organisations. Human rights is an issue which affects nations of every political
bias, and there are no more important issues affecting the people of Earth at this time, than the prevention of abuse of the more important elements
of human rights, so thier efforts are to be commended. But, where an organisation claims to be non governmental, and yet seeks to assist in the
alteration of a foriegn powers political activities, I have very strong concerns about the legitimacy of the term "non-government" where they are
The NDI and other similar organisations, are essentially indoctrination centres of a different sort than those in dictatorships, and if you want
evidence of that, look at who owns these organisations and who funds them, and who gains most politicaly, financially, and globally.
I am wondering if it is time that NGO were prevented from even recieving government sponsorship, donations, or funding of any sort from any memeber
of a parliament, any of thier family, business associates or anyone else who might have a vested interest in influencing things using that NGO as a
propeganda station, right under the noses of those they are trying to oust from government.
I believe it is time that things were changed so that no former, potential, or current parlimentarian, or any of thier friends , family or associates
ought to be able to sit on the chair, or have any involvement with, an NGO. It would mean that NGO would have to get all funding from charitable
donation of course, and it would mean that they would have to have people with moral fibre sitting in the big chair (rather than politicians, who we
all know are nothing but walking crap that steal our air, and have the cheek to charge taxes as well) but I really think thats the way they ought to
be run these days, to keep them clean.
I am unsuprised that these raids have taken place. I would expect the same of the British government if the communists started indoctrinating our
politicians using similar methods.