CFR’s Foreign Affairs on “Egypt’s Hero”

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  1. CFR’s Foreign Affairs on “Egypt’s Hero”


    Tony Cartalucci
    January 29, 2011

    In the Council on Foreign Affairs’ (CFR) publication “Foreign Affairs,” writer Steven Cook describes ElBaradei as “A lawyer and diplomat by training,” and that he “has always played the role of the ultimate international bureaucrat — a somewhat dour technocrat whose ties to his native country seemed purposely tenuous, to allow him to more freely contribute to improving global governance,” in his piece tilted “Is El Baradei Eypt’s Hero?” He goes on to write about ElBaradei’s “National Front for Change” and how the Muslim Brotherhood has signaled support for it.

    Cook also maintains the myth that ElBaradei cannot be accused of being “a stooge of the United States” side stepping his prominent position in the International Crisis Group and instead citing his clashes with the US during his time at the IAEA. It should be noted that these “clashes” did nothing to change America’s insistence on invading Iraq or its continued belligerence toward Iran.

    Finally Cook finishes his piece suggesting that “not acting strongly” in support of ElBaradei would best serve America’s interests as Egyptian support for American foreign policy has long been a negative factor politically.

    Indeed, if Americas’ President Obama instead supported the besieged Muburak regime it may only fuel the protests. With any luck, and in the midst of emotional and violent chaos in the streets, ElBaradei may slip in without Egyptians ever considering why the real power behind America, the media and the think-tanks they work for, is so adamantly supporting him.
  2. Mohamed ElBaradei: Globalist Pied Piper Of The Egyptian Revolt

    Paul Joseph Watson
    January 29, 2011

    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.

    Make no mistake about it, under the current regime Egypt is a vassal state for the new world order. Under Mubarak, the country receives some $2 billion in aid every year from the United States, second only to Israel. In addition, Egypt pays out $1.1 million annually to the Podesta Group, an organization closely tied with the Obama administration, to act as “foreign agents” for Mubarak’s regime.

    Mubarak’s loyalty to the US empire was reciprocated this week when Vice-President Joe Biden ludicrously asserted that Mubarak’s unbroken 30 year reign did not represent a dictatorship and that he was a close ally of the west.

    “Egypt under Mubarak uses its billions in U.S. military aid to detain, beat and torture dissenters, opposition politicians and journalists; many have died in custody,” writes Mark Zepezauer. “Thousands of political prisoners and pro-democracy activists are held in overcrowded, disease-ridden prisons, without charges or trials. Press restrictions, including newspaper shutdowns, are widespread.”

    Which is why it makes no sense whatsoever for the CIA to be involved in contriving a series of riots that would destabilize and threaten to topple a regime loyal to them. This is not the type of staged “color revolution” that we’ve witnessed before in places like Georgia, the Ukraine or Yugoslavia – orchestrated events disguised as spontaneous uprisings intended to remove rogue leaders hostile to the global elite’s agenda for world government.

    This is a grass roots movement being carried out by impoverished young Egyptians finally standing up in unison to a regime that toadies to the west yet allows its people none of the freedoms associated with living in a modern and prosperous nation. But that doesn’t mean the revolution we currently see unfolding on the streets of Alexandria, Cairo, Suez and cannot be co-opted by the very same globalist forces who have been pulling Mubarak’s strings for the past three decades.

  3. ElBaradei in the leader's seat is still the best possible result here, don't you think? If Elbaradei isn't governing Egypt next year, you can be sure it'll be someone much worse, not better.
  4. CONTINUED............

    The US military-industrial complex has known for at least three years that Egypt was teetering on the verge of regime change, and they certainly were not going to let anyone outside parties take control after Mubarak’s fall. That’s why the American Embassy trained rebel leaders to infiltrate opposition groups from the very beginning, as the Telegraph reveals today.

    Enter former top UN official and staunch Mubarak adversary Mohamed ElBaradei, who recently returned to Cairo in a bid to lead the protest movement.

    ElBaradei serves on the Board of Trustees of the International Crisis Group, who today issued a press release protesting the decision on behalf of Egyptian authorities to place ElBaradei under house arrest.

    International Crisis Group is a shadowy NGO (non-governmental organization) that enjoys an annual budget of over $15 million and is bankrolled by the likes of Carnegie, the Ford Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, as well as George Soros’ Open Society Institute. Soros himself serves as a member of the organization’s Executive Committee. In other words, this is a major geopolitical steering group for the global elite.

    The fact that their man ElBaradei is being primed to head up the post-Mubarak government should set alarm bells ringing in the ears of every demonstrator who is protesting in the name of trying to wrestle Egypt away from the clutches of new world order control.

    Indeed, even Mubarak himself is now seemingly catching on to the understanding that his usefulness to the global power elite has run its course, remarking during a national address Saturday that the protests were “part of a bigger plot to shake the stability and destroy the legitimacy” of the political system.

    Even more ironic is the fact that another powerful globalist who sits on the board of International Crisis Group, Zbigniew Brzezinski, warned last year that the international hierarchyof which he is a key component was under threat from a “global awakening” that would be led by young radicals in third world countries. Having accurately predicted the wave of revolt now spreading like wildfire across the globe, Brzezinski and his fellow globalists are preparing to pick up the pieces in order to continue business as usual, while the people who risked their lives for real change will be the victims of a monumental deception. Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.

    If the Egyptians are successful in toppling Mubarak, only to replace him with ElBaradei, they will have achieved nothing, and the eventual outcome will merely see Egypt remain as a subservient client state of the US military-industrial complex.
  5. Globalist Wealth Entity factions ALWAYS have THEIR MAN on the scene to "backfill" political vacuums as needed......ALWAYS! :eek:

    So what corporate media source TOLD YOU Elbaradei would be best choice......??? :eek:

    Think about it! :cool:
  6. CNBC. But seriously, do you have someone better? The Egyptian street isn't exactly a prime pool of qualified leadership to draw from.
  7. Yeap....I knew it! :eek: :cool:

    There needs to be a process play out here from the citizenry through their local level leaders. The military needs to secure the country and assure the citizens they are standing by for the process to proceed. There are PLENTY of perfectly fit leaders for Egypt from WITHIN.....those who have obvious "fruits" of honorable actions that are beneficial to a free citizenry (a track record in Egypt).
  8. This all reeks of CIA sponsored regime change to me. Egypt is one of the most secular states in the Muslim world. All of a sudden you have Hillary and the O-bomb who say they "stand with the people of Egypt"??? WTF? Since when??? They say this crap as if Egypt has been on our radar or relevant to our politics recently. What a load of crap. I think this has CIA sponsored regime change written all over it.

    Funny to hear the O-bomb and Hillary speaking out in support of street rioters causing chaos and wanting to overturn a regime in Egypt. I'm pretty sure they wouldn't apply that standard evenly in the United States.
  9. Ricter


    "Meet the new boss
    Same as the old boss"
  10. Why? What's the motive?
    #10     Jan 29, 2011