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    Civil Unrest In The Middle East

    Last week it was Tunisia and now it's spread to Egypt and possibly Yemen ... this is looking quite promising

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godwinson View Post
    Last week it was Tunisia and now it's spread to Egypt and possibly Yemen ... this is looking quite promising
    Yes, It is really fun to watch, with the sound off.
    ''Ginds de Waal, daar weer de IJssel, dan de Maas en ook de Rijn. Geeft ons recht om heel ons leven trots op Gelderland te zijn.''

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    What would happen if this spreads to the immigrants in Europe and in the US?

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    What would happen if this spreads to the immigrants in Europe and in the US?
    I think we'd then have a perfect excuse for shooting them!

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    Start worrying when it spreads to Saudi Arabia. Oh wait, the US has military forces stationed in the east of Saudi Arabia, the region with all the oil.

    I think it is weird, and more then a coincidence, that you have these riots, first in Tunis, now in Egypt. Why not in Libya?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Æmeric View Post
    I think it is weird, and more then a coincidence, that you have these riots, first in Tunis, now in Egypt. Why not in Libya?
    The most likely explanation is that the colonel has a better hold on his population then the rulers of these other countries have.
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    What are their demands and the reasons for the civil unrest?

    I didn't really follow the news in detail lately, just heard that there were unrests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Æmeric View Post
    Start worrying when it spreads to Saudi Arabia. Oh wait, the US has military forces stationed in the east of Saudi Arabia, the region with all the oil.
    A "revolution" (at present) in Saudi is out of the question. Won't happen. Maybe one day but that day is a long way off imo.


    I think it is weird, and more then a coincidence, that you have these riots, first in Tunis, now in Egypt. Why not in Libya?
    Yes this was my reaction to it as well, it's suspicious.

    Firstly why not Libya? - I suspect because the Col (who is a lot smarter than his detractors give him credit for) is playing ball with the powers-that-be, hence they're leaving him alone for the time being.


    I haven't really kept up with ME politics but something definitely appears to be up, particularly in Egypt. There are too many indicators pointing to behind the scenes machinations of the type we're used to seeing implemented in Eastern European countries a la George Soros "Open Society".

    Take Egypt, I've noticed the following:

    ~ Diplomatic Language of US = "we want to see a transition to democracy" blah blah (thinly disguised reference to Egyptian regime change)

    ~ Diplomatic Language of China = "we want to see a return to stability" which is a euphemism for saying "let's stop the games and return to the natural state / order of things"

    In layman's terms, the US State Dept (Clinton) is saying in no uncertain terms that they want Mubarak out (but without actually calling for him to go.)

    China on the other hand obviously favours maintaining the status quo.


    ~ Egyptian Fighter jets shown on the News doing loops around "protest" areas of interest. Some theories have it that it's a scare / intimidation tactic to remind the protestors about the might of the military and who's in charge (Mubarak). I think this analyses is flawed because planes are impractical and unnecessary for standard crowd control.

    There have been some very suspicious photographs in the (Jew) Western Media depicting Egyptian soldiers kissing the hands of protestors, another soldier doing an impression of a Revolutionary (complete with fist in the air, shouting etc). In other words, it's fairly obvious that elements in the Egyptian military are sympathetic to a coup and that the Western Media are deliberately playing this up, presenting it as a "Heroic People's Revolution" for "freedom and democracy".

    It's a common practice for the military of vassal countries such as Egypt to be trained in Western countries and that ties and cooperative agreements are established between them. In other words, it's not unusual for military elements in these vassal states to serve masters other than their own politicians. A classic example of this is the Greek military junta which seized control in 1967 who were almost certainly sponsored by the US.

    http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=K...page&q&f=false

    Therefore the more likely explanation is that those planes may have been sent up as a warning against elements in the Egyptian military itself, sending them an unsubtle hint that they'll be toasted should they get strange ideas about which direction they point their tank turrets.

    So what's going on?

    It seems as if the usual Western Powers That Be have grown tired of Mubarak for reasons I don't fully understand / know at the moment and that they'd like to install a successor. It's somewhat surprising seeing as Mubarak has been a fairly dutiful servant to them and they've propped up his corrupt and unpopular dictatorship for years.

    The chosen anointed successor appears to be al Baradei from UN / Iran nuclear inspections fame. (He's been pimping himself with vigour for the job of Dear Leader). Naturally the "new leaders" will be making all sorts of wonderful promises about "change and improvements" to the usual corrupt state of affairs. Obviously no real change will take place, apart from Management change in the Egyptian Vassal State should the coup / demonstrations succeed in toppling current boss Mubarak.

    This is an example of "soft power" at work (the Soros way) as opposed to "hard military power" for which Bush became quite famous during his two terms in Office.

    To sustain and organise protests, demonstrations and so forth of this kind is no trivial matter, particularly in these kinds of countries. It's almost certainly been prepared with outside funding, planning, organisation etc. The methods appear similar to those employed in countries such as Serbia with OTPOR and around Eastern Europe with similar type "protest" movements.

    The Egyptian unrest has all the hallmarks of a Soros / State Dept Color Revolution.

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    Seemed to me too, El Baradei was groomed for this job a long time ago. Having openly opposition against the illuminate usually leads to the immideate death of those people.

    El Baradei did not only survive but got rewarded the 'peace noble prize'.

    That prize is an illuminati instrument. Given to many Jews and people who support Jews.

    The way he went there and proclaimed himself the successor smells.

    I believe in that revolution when they put someone from the Muslim-Brotherhood in a leading position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinrich Harrer View Post
    What are their demands and the reasons for the civil unrest?

    I didn't really follow the news in detail lately, just heard that there were unrests.
    Chronic high unemployment and a corrupt government. They demand Mubarak resign (well be hanged actually).

    This is really freaking Israel out hehe.

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