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Former Managing Director of Goldman Sachs: Egyptians, Greeks,Tunisians and British Are All Protesting Against Pillaging Of Their Economies ~ link ~ Good point!

Nomi Prins - former managing director of Goldman Sachs and head of the international analytics group at Bear Stearns in London - notes that the Egyptian people are rebelling against being pillaged by giant, international banks and their own government as much as anything else.




Egypt and Tuynisia usher in the new era of global food revolutions ~ link ~ The real question is who will benefit from these revolutions (and who will organize and control these revolutions).  Stirling    
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Political risk has returned with a vengeance. The first food revolutions of our Malthusian era have exposed the weak grip of authoritarian regimes in poor countries that import grain, whether in North Africa today or parts of Asia tomorrow. 
 



Who Is Omar Suleiman? ~ link ~ link ~
 
One of the “new” names being mentioned as a possible alternative to President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, Omar Suleiman, is actually not so new to anyone who has followed the American policy of renditions for terror suspects. After dissolving his cabinet yesterday, Mubarak appointed Suleiman vice-president, and according to many commentators he is poised to be a potential successor, and an alternative to Mubarak’s son and intended heir until now, Gamal Mubarak. Suleiman is a well-known quantity in Washington. Suave, sophisticated, and fluent in English, he has served for years as the main conduit between the United States and Mubarak. While he has a reputation for loyalty and effectiveness, he also carries some controversial baggage from the standpoint of those looking for a clean slate on human rights. As I described in my book “The Dark Side,” since 1993 Suleiman has headed the feared Egyptian general intelligence service. In that capacity, he was the C.I.A.’s point man in Egypt for renditions—the covert program in which the C.I.A. snatched terror suspects from around the world and returned them to Egypt and elsewhere for interrogation, often under brutal circumstances.

As laid out in greater detail by Stephen Grey, in his book “Ghost Plane,” beginning in the nineteen-nineties, Suleiman negotiated directly with top Agency officials. Every rendition was greenlighted at the highest levels of both the U.S. and Egyptian intelligence agencies. Edward S. Walker, Jr., a former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt, described Suleiman as “very bright, very realistic,” adding that he was cognizant that there was a downside to “some of the negative things that the Egyptians engaged in, of torture and so on. But he was not squeamish, by the way.”



Egypt's Muslin Brotherhood eyes unity government without Mubarak ~ link ~ With each passing day without the overthrow of Mubarak, the chances of the Muslin Brotherhood taking over power grows.  Stirling    

The Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's largest opposition group,is in talks with other anti-government figures to form a national unity government without President Hosni Mubarak, a group official told DPA on Sunday.

Although the Muslim Brotherhood is officially banned from running for elections for parliament, some movement members have presented candidacy for parliament as independents.
 



Mubarak meets army as Obama urges reform ~ link ~ Egyptian protesters turned to the army and to a retired diplomat to maintain momentum in efforts to unseat Hosni Mubarak, but as the president's Western backers called for change he met the generals who can keep him in power.
The outcome of six days of unrest, which has killed more than 100 people, rocked the Middle East and rattled global investors, hung in the balance. Troops have let Egyptians bellow their rage at Mubarak's 30 years of autocracy. But the generals have yet to show whether they will keep him on or ease him out.


Are Tunisia and Egypt facing real unrest or a manufactured crisis? ~ link ~ Interesting.




The List: The Middle East's Most Powerful Spooks [Omar Suleiman] ~ link

Omar Suleiman, left, Egypt’s intelligence chief, with Ehud Barak, Israel’s defence minister.
Position: Director of Egypt’s General Intelligence Service
Career: The archetypical Arab intelligence chief, Omar Suleiman has risen from anonymous government apparatchik to serious candidate for the Egyptian presidency in less than a decade. Dubbed “one of the world’s most powerful spy chiefs” by London’s Daily Telegraph, Suleiman was born in 1935 in a poverty-stricken fundamentalist stronghold in southern Egypt. Choosing the military as his profession, he excelled academically, collecting degrees in Egypt and abroad and earning a transfer to military intelligence. His selection as director of Egypt’s intelligence service in 1993 came just as the regime was reeling from extremist attacks against tourist sites and other critical infrastructure.

Influence: More than from any other single factor, Suleiman’s influence stems from his unswerving loyalty to Mubarak. Of Suleiman’s allegiance, a former senior Israeli intelligence officer told Haaretz, “His primary task, perhaps his only one, is to defend the regime and protect the life of the president.” In a sign of presidential gratitude, Egypt’s secret warrior has also recently served as its diplomatic face, traveling throughout the region as Mubarak’s personal emissary. This charge includes working as a mediator during ongoing Israeli and Palestinian negotiations and as Cairo’s interlocutor to dozens of Palestinian groups, including Hamas. Whether this unofficial promotion is a trial run for a Suleiman presidency remains to be seen. 


CFR's Foreign Affairs on "Egypt's Hero" ~ link ~ 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.




When Egypt Goes - Israel Goes Into Gaza? - video with Morris Herman ~ link ~ Good one - Check this out!  Stirling     



What's Happening in Egypt? ~ linkEvents are moving very quickly in Egypt. The Egyptian government has expelled Al Jazeera. Al Jazeera coverage has also been blacked out throughout most of the United States.
Fighter jets flew low over Cairo. However, Al Jazeera just said that the commander of the army tanks in downtown 
Cairo told protest leader that the army would take no action so long as the protests were peaceful. Indeed, there are indications that the army may be protecting protesters against police brutality. And see this.

Al Jazeera also interviewed a spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood, who said that that radical group would support former UN weapons inspector Mohamed ElBaradei as Egyptian leader.



Rise People Rise - The Global Revolution is Upon Us - with video ~ link  
THE GLOBAL REVOLUTION




The Egyptian Revolution show that the us-versus-them narrative of the "War on Terror" is FALSE ~ link ~ It was always based on lies!   Stirling   




Egypt's Next Strongman ~ linkThe prolonged fin de régime mood has unnerved many Egyptians, who worry that a Syrian-style inheritance-of-power scenario would usher in an era of instability. Many consider the prospect of such father-to-son nepotism humiliating for a country that has long claimed the mantle of Arab leadership. In this political environment -- in which democratic alternatives are locked out, but the population wants change -- Suleiman appears the only viable alternative to Gamal Mubarak. But who is this once-mysterious power player? And would he really mean a new era for Egypt?

Like the elder Mubarak, Suleiman rose to national prominence through the armed forces. The arc of his career followed the arc of Egypt's political history. He attended the Soviet Union's Frunze Military Academy in the 1960s -- as Mubarak did a few years earlier -- and became an infantryman. He then took part in the 1967 and 1973 Arab-Israeli wars, likely as a staff officer. When Cairo switched its strategic alliance from Moscow to Washington, he received training at the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare School and Center at Fort Bragg, N.C., in the 1980s. Suleiman continues to have privileged contacts with U.S. intelligence and military officials, with whom he has now been dealing for at least a quarter-century.

As the head of the Mukhabarat, Suleiman's political and military portfolio is vast. The GIS combines the intelligence-gathering elements of the CIA, the counterterrorism role of the FBI, the protection duties of the Secret Service, and the high-level diplomacy of the State Department. It also includes some functions unique to authoritarian regimes, such as monitoring Egypt's security apparatus for signs of internal coups. It is an elite institution, with a long reach inside government as well as abroad. It also crosses over the civilian and military worlds: Suleiman is one of a rare group of Egyptian officials who hold both a military rank (lieutenant general) and a civilian office (he is a cabinet minister, though he rarely attends meetings).



Raw Clip: Egyptian police brawl with pissed off protesters - video ~ link



Israeli Embassy staff evacuate Egypt ~ link ~
The Israeli embassy on the top floor of a tower block in Cairo

Helicopters evacuated the embassy staff to an Egyptian airbase on Friday, where they were flown back to Tel Aviv. The evacuation came after a group of Egyptian demonstrators passed by the embassy building, according to the daily al-Quds al-Arabi newspaper.

Reports also said the Israeli ambassador, himself, has fled Egypt after the discovery by Egyptian security of a Mossad spy network in the capital Cairo.

On Thursday, an Israeli minister, whose name was withheld, said Egyptian government forces will have to exercise force to rein in public protests as the country teeters on the brink of a Tunisia-style revolution.

Egypt, which is widely regarded as the first Arab nation to seal a peace agreement with Israel three decades ago, remains one of Tel Aviv's most important allies.

Israel's Deputy Prime Minister Silvan Shalom told reporters on Thursday that Tel Aviv is closely monitoring the still-unfolding crisis in Egypt, and does not see a threat in its ties with the African state.

The two sides have cooperated in imposing restrictions on Palestinians living in the impoverished occupied territories.




People free anti-Mubarak militants in jails across Egypt ~ link ~ Something the mainstream news media is not telling us.  Stirling     




Egypt's protests: ElBaradei tells crowd 'change coming' - with video ~ link Leading Egyptian opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei has joined thousands of protesters in Cairo defying a curfew to demand President Mubarak stand down. Addressing the crowd in Tahrir (Liberation) Square, the Nobel peace prize winner urged patience, saying "change is coming".

In a tense sixth day of protests, the army sent tanks into the square only to see them blocked by demonstrators.
Air force jets and a helicopter repeatedly flew low over the square. "You have taken back your rights and what we have begun cannot go back," Mr ElBaradei told the crowd. "I bow to the people of Egypt in respect. I ask of you patience, change is coming in the next few days." Mr ElBaradei has been asked by opposition groups to negotiate with the authorities on forming a national unity government. However, the BBC's Jim Muir in Cairo said the former UN official did not attract the attention of the whole crowd, which contained other political factions.



Egyptian Army intervenes to protect protesters from police brutality - video ~ link 



Egypt Protests Show American Foreign Policy Folly ~ link ~ One afternoon a couple of weeks ago, I walked into the British Foreign Office for a meeting with Middle East policy planners. “Tunisia is melting down and the Lebanese government has just fallen,” my host said as he welcomed me. “Interesting times.” During our meeting, one veteran British diplomat observed that since American policy toward the Middle East is frozen into immobility, change there comes only when there is a crisis. I asked where he thought the next crisis might erupt. “Egypt,” he replied.

Events have moved quickly since then President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali of Tunisia has been overthrown, Hezbollah has chosen the new prime minister of Lebanon and thousands have taken to the streets in Egypt to demand an end to Hosni Mubarak’s 30-year dictatorship. The Middle East is erupting—and the U.S. is watching from the sidelines. Unable to guide the course of events, it can do little more than cheer for its sclerotic allies and hope that popular anger does not sweep them aside.

Washington sees the various local and national conflicts in the Middle East as part of a battle for regional hegemony between the U.S. and Iran. If this is true, the U.S. is losing. That is because it has stubbornly held onto Middle East policies that were shaped for the Cold War. The security environment in the region has changed dramatically since then. Iran has shown itself agile enough to align itself with rising new forces that enjoy the support of millions. The U.S., meanwhile, remains allied with countries and forces that looked strong 30 or 40 years ago but no longer are.

Iran is betting on Hizbullah, Hamas, and Shiite parties in Iraq. These are popular forces that win elections. Hizbullah emerged as the heroic champion of resistance to Israel’s 2006 invasion of Lebanon, winning the admiration of Arabs, not only for itself but also for its Iranian backers. Many Arabs also admire Hamas for its refusal to bow to Israeli power in Gaza.

Pro-Iran forces have also scored major gains in Iraq. They effectively control the Iraqi government, and their most incendiary leader, Moqtada al-Sadr, recently returned to a hero’s welcome after an extended stay in Iran. By invading Iraq in 2003, and removing Saddam Hussein from power, the U.S. handed Iraq to Iran on a platter. Now Iran is completing the consolidation of its position in Baghdad.
Whom does America bet on to counter these rising forces? The same friends it has been betting on for decades: Mubarak’s pharaonic regime in Egypt, Mahmoud Abbas and his Palestinian Authority, the Saudi monarchy, and increasingly radical politicians in Israel. It is no wonder that Iran’s power is rising as the American-imposed order begins to crumble.


Anti-government protests continue in Egypt - video ~ link 
 

A People Defies Its Dictator, And a Nation's Future is in The Balance ~ link ~ It might be the end. It is certainly the beginning of the end. Across Egypt, tens of thousands of Arabs braved tear gas, water cannons, stun grenades and live fire yesterday to demand the removal of Hosni Mubarak after more than 30 years of dictatorship.

And as Cairo lay drenched under clouds of tear gas from thousands of canisters fired into dense crowds by riot police, it looked as if his rule was nearing its finish. None of us on the streets of Cairo yesterday even knew where Mubarak – who would later appear on television to dismiss his cabinet – was. And I didn't find anyone who cared.

They were brave, largely peaceful, these tens of thousands, but the shocking behaviour of Mubarak's plainclothes battagi – the word does literally mean "thugs" in Arabic – who beat, bashed and assaulted demonstrators while the cops watched and did nothing, was a disgrace. These men, many of them ex-policemen who are drug addicts, were last night the front line of the Egyptian state. The true representatives of Hosni Mubarak as uniformed cops showered gas on to the crowds.

At one point last night, gas canisters were streaming smoke across the waters of the Nile as riot police and protesters fought on the great river bridges. It was incredible, a risen people who would no longer take violence and brutality and prison as their lot in the largest Arab nation. And the police themselves might be cracking: "What can we do?" one of the riot cops asked us. "We have orders. Do you think we want to do this? This country is going downhill." The government imposed a curfew last night as protesters knelt in prayer in front of police.

How does one describe a day that may prove to be so giant a page in Egypt's history? Maybe reporters should abandon their analyses and just tell the tale of what happened from morning to night in one of the world's most ancient cities. So here it is, the story from my notes, scribbled amid a defiant people in the face of thousands of plainclothes and uniformed police.




Video of fighter jets and helicopters over Cairo as military tries to take control - video ~ link ~ This backfired as the people have found courage and are no longer afraid.   Stirling     




US behind the scenes in Egypt? - video ~ link



As Lawlessness Grows, Egyptians Improvise Security ~ link ~With the much reviled police virtually withdrawn by the government since Friday night, neighborhood vigilantes have taken up some of the slack, apprehending suspected thieves and criminals and handing them over to the military. But where do the prisoners go when the police aren't there to throw the suspects in jail? A soldier stationed with his tank unit on the downtown Corniche, the broad avenue by the Nile, says that many of those apprehended in his unit's vicinity were being held at the Egyptian Museum a block away. "There are a lot of people there," he told TIME. "I don't know how many." The Museum remained off limits after a break-in on Friday night so the allegation could not be confirmed.

Some suspected violators are being held in state institutions not otherwise known to house prisoners. At the government-run Kasr el-Eini hospital not far from Tahrir Square, guards said that the seventh floor was being used as a detention ward for wounded criminals. At one point, TIME witnessed a man in surgical dressing burst through the hospital gate and run down a major thoroughfare through traffic, chased by hospital guards. A woman in a full black veil ran out after him. Both were apprehended and dragged back inside, the woman screaming. The guards said that the man was a detainee and that his wife had tried to break him out. (Is an end game being played out in Egypt?)

Meanwhile, in Egypt's real prisons, the breakouts have been more successful. Many of Egypt's prisons have come under attack and some have been emptied in the turmoil that has engulfed Egypt's suburbs and smaller towns with the disappearance of state security. Gun battles ensued outside at least two prisons in greater Cairo on Sunday. One in the south Cairo neighborhood of Maadi was still in the middle by a gunbattle as night fell, with reports that many prisoners had already escaped and groups of armed men were prowling the surrounding neighborhoods.




Egypt's security vacuum - video ~ link 




The Evolving Populist Political Rebellion in the Arab World ~ link ~  
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What we are witnessing in the Arab world that began with the self immolation of a fruit seller in Tunisia, the subsequent rebellion there which saw the departure of the dictator Ben Ali and his 23 year rule has inspired a populist political rebellion well beyond Tunisia that has connected with and touched a nerve in many (most?)Arab people.

What started in Tunisia (the demand that Ben Ali step down over his corruption, oppression, high food prices, widespread unemployment and poverty and the humiliation by government agents that caused the desperate act of self immolation) has spread to Egypt with mass demonstrations that began Tuesday, continuing despite an official crackdown by the Mubarak regime. Through internet postings (Twitter and Facebook) larger demonstrations are planned for today in Cairo and other Egyptian cities. Former Chief U.N. nuclear inspector Mohamed ElBaradei (and an Egyptian himself) has joined in the call for Mubarak to step down.

 

Tunisian Islamist leader Rachid Ghannouchi returns home ~ link
Thousands of people at Tunis Carthage airport for the arrival of Rachid Ghannouchi (30 Jan 2011) The airport welcome was the biggest showing by Tunisia's Islamists for decades
The leader of Tunisia's main Islamist movement has returned home after 22 years in exile following the ousting of President Ben Ali earlier this month. Thousands of people went to the airport to welcome Rachid Ghannouchi, 69, as he arrived in Tunis from London. He told AFP he would not run in the next presidential poll but his party would contest a parliamentary election.

Observers say his return is the most potent symbol yet of the change that has swept the country since then. Mr Ghannouchi fled Tunisia after a crackdown President Ben Ali against his banned Ennahda movement. He returned after the interim government's announced that media curbs would be lifted, banned political parties allowed to register and political prisoners given amnesty.




Tunisian Islamists show strength at chief's return ~ link ~ Thousands of Tunisians turned out on Sunday to welcome home an Islamist leader whose return from 22 years of exile indicated that his party would emerge as a major force in Tunisia after the ousting of its president. The reception for Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of the Ennahda party, at Tunis airport was the biggest showing by the Islamists in two decades, during which thousands of them were jailed or exiled by president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali.
Ghannouchi was exiled in 1989 by Ben Ali, who was toppled on January 14 by popular protests that have sent tremors through an Arab world where similarly autocratic leaders have long sought to suppress Islamist groups.




Jordan's opposition: "Arab will topple tyrants" ~ link ~ The leader of Jordan's powerful Muslim Brotherhood warned Saturday that unrest in Egypt will spread across the Mideast and Arabs will topple leaders allied with the United States. Hammam Saeed's comments were made at a protest outside the Egyptian Embassy in Amman, inspired by massive rallies in neighboring Egypt demanding the downfall of the country's longtime president, Hosni Mubarak.

Jordan's protests have been relatively small in size, but they underline a rising tension with Jordan's King Abdullah II, a key U.S. ally who has been making promises of reform in recent days in an apparent attempt to quell domestic discontent over economic degradation and lack of political freedoms. But as a monarch with deep support from the Bedouin-dominated military, Jordan's ruler is not seen as vulnerable as Mubarak or Tunisia's deposed leader. Even the Brotherhood - a fiery critic of Jordan's moderate government - has remained largely loyal to the king, who claims ancestry to Islam's Prophet Muhammad. Many believe it's unlikely King Abdullah will bow to demands for popular election of the prime minister and Cabinet officials, traditionally appointed by the king.

Saeed said Arabs have grown disgruntled with U.S. domination of their oil wealth, military occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan and its support for "totalitarian" leaders in the region.





Jordanians rally against corruption and poverty ~ link ~ Jordanian activists rallied outside government offices Saturday as they tried to step up their campaign to force Prime Minister Samir Rifai to step down.

Inspired by unrest in Tunisia and elsewhere in the region, about 200 Jordanians gathered outside the prime minister’s office shouting “Our government is a bunch of thieves” and holding banners reading “No to poverty or hunger.”  “We’ve come from distant, rural areas to Amman to ask Rifai to leave,” said Mohammed Sunaid, a prominent labor activist.




Protests spread to Saudi Arabia ~ link




Albania braces for fresh protests ~ link




South Sudan votes 99% to separate from north ~ link ~ South Sudan almost unanimously voted to declare independence from the north in a referendum, officials said on Sunday, sparking mass celebrations in the southern capital Juba. Thousands cheered, danced and ululated after officials announced the first official preliminary results which overall showed a 98.83 percent majority for separation, according to the vote's website. "This is what we voted for, so that people can be free in their own country ... I say congratulations a million times," south Sudan President Salva Kiir told the crowd.

The vote was promised in a 2005 peace deal which ended decades of north-south conflict, Africa's longest civil war, which cost an estimated 2 million lives. Kiir, the head of the former southern rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM), praised his former foe, Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, for agreeing to the 2005 accord.



 
Egypt, Revolution and the Satanic Roadmap ~ link ~ Take the time to read this article in full at the link.  Stirling    
The Satanic Psychopaths have a game plan, and they are sticking with it. Instead of analyzing the various political machinations at work in Egypt, it would behoove the more thoughtful among us to take note that the end game is what matters. I could care less about the pea that keeps rolling around from dupe to dupe, only to disappear after studied observation.

The end game is simple. Humanity will never accept the god or global slave state being created by the Illuminati voluntarily. Their god is Lucifer, the arch-deceiver. Their ideal form of government is Plato's Republic with its Philosopher Class, Military Ruling Class and Merchant Class governing over their slaves. They knew it existed in Atlantis, Egypt, Rome, Babylon, Assyria and even in the various religious orders that emerged within the Catholic Church. They want it to exist in their New World Order.

Wherever there is blind obedience without thought you will find the Satanic Psychopaths in charge. Wherever there is only the elite and their drones, you will find their system. It exists under Communism in China, Monarchy, Fascism, Monopolistic Capitalism, in the numerous religions of our day, in our corporations and in our hallowed halls of Congress. In the end, it really is only us and them.

Satanists hide in the dark and oppose legitimate disclosure. They will kill to protect their lies and keep their power over mankind. They were there at Tiananman Square to murder the pro-democracy movement. They were there when the planes flew into the towers on 911. They were there, proof-reading the Patriot Act and stripping Americans of their God-given rights. They built up Nazi Germany. They built up Communist Russia. They are genocidal maniacs that want to rid the world of the infirm, disabled, elderly or those they view as genetically inferior.

So, why are they behind the current chaos in Egypt? Permit me to propose the following:

1. They want to bring about Albert Pike's Satanic vision of "Three World Wars".

"The Third World War must be fomented by taking advantage of the differences caused by the "agentur" of the "Illuminati" between the political Zionists and the leaders of Islamic World. The war must be conducted in such a way that Islam (the Moslem Arabic World) and political Zionism (the State of Israel) mutually destroy each other. Meanwhile the other nations, once more divided on this issue will be constrained to fight to the point of complete physical, moral, spiritual and economical exhaustion…

We shall unleash the Nihilists and the atheists, and we shall provoke a formidable social cataclysm which in all its horror will show clearly to the nations the effect of absolute atheism, origin of savagery and of the most bloody turmoil. Then everywhere, the citizens, obliged to defend themselves against the world minority of revolutionaries, will exterminate those destroyers of civilization, and the multitude, disillusioned with Christianity, whose deistic spirits will from that moment be without compass or direction, anxious for an ideal, but without knowing where to render its adoration, will receive the true light through the universal manifestation of the pure doctrine of Lucifer, brought finally out in the public view. This manifestation will result from the general reactionary movement which will follow the destruction of Christianity and atheism, both conquered and exterminated at the same time."  (Source)

The Satanists have manipulated the forces of political Zionism against the forces of Islam. They seek the ultimate destruction of both Israel and Islam in the conflict, according to Pike. They are also manipulating the rest of the world into forming alliances with one side or the other.

There are those that blame atheism or nihilism for our current plight, but these individuals are just disposable tools. Satanists believe in God, they just choose to oppose Him. Our universities have churned out more than enough useful idiots to qualify as Atheists or Nihilists. These morons think that they will be governing over the New World Order with their gifts of rhetoric and debate.

In reality, they are nothing more than scapegoats that will be pursued as the common enemy of mankind, by the real enemies of mankind, the Satanic Psychopaths. As Pike points out, with Christianity, Atheism, Islam and the other world religions destroyed, they can role out their "Age of Lucifer". Their age of Aquarius. Their "Age of Reason".

So, back to Egypt. This is how I see things playing out:
 
 
Baroness Philippine de Rothschild Wearing Satanic Neck Pieces ~ link ~ This is the family that is driving the entire World into total economic and political chaos and World War III for their lord and master: Satan!  And we are letting them do it!  Stirling     
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Pathocracy: Tyranny at the Hand of Psychopaths ~ linkWere people consciously aware something was about to change in a very bad way just before Lenin and Trotsky appeared on the scene in Petrograd in the spring of 1917? Did the German people realize accepting the 'hope' of Hitler would result in something so hideous and evil that tens of millions of people would die and a permanent bloodstain would appear on the history of Germany?  What was life like months or years before the Armenians suffered genocide at the hands of the Turks, did they know that government imposed gun control was really disarmament before extermination?  How about the Chinese before the tyrant Mao, or the North Koreans before the Kim Jung il family infestation?  Did these people know what was coming, but didn't know what they could do?
 


Most of written history is written on pages of blood.  I think today, right now, is another one of those moments just before something very bad is about to happen. And, this time, we have the written historical records of bad news to learn potentially lifesaving, culture-rescuing information before we slip into another example of blood and carnage insanity. 
 






Gerald Celente: "The sell-off of America" - video ~ link ~ Good one.



Arizona Sheriff Threatens force against Federal Agents - video ~ link 


Senator Rand Paul: End Aid to Israel - with video ~ link