On April 14, 2003, this editor reported on the looting of the National Museum in Baghdad as U.S. troops stood idly by: ”
What was not destroyed by the Mongols in 1258 was allowed to be destroyed by the Americans in 2003. Gone are the artifacts of ancient Sumeria, Assyria, Babylon, Mesopotamia, Ninevah, and Ur . . .
The End of Pax Americana/Judaica in the Middle East
Although both the “Jasmine Revolution” in Tunisia and the so-called “Days of Rage” in Egypt appeared, at the outset, to have been “themed” George Soros/US Agency fior International Development (USAID)/National Endowment for Democracy (NED) seeded revolutions, the Arab Middle East is not eastern or central Europe. The neocon-controlled corporate media, including Wolf Blitzer, Israel’s agent-of-influence bureau chief of CNN News, at first ecstatic over the idea that Arab nations were ushering some sort of pro-globalist governments that would cement ties to Israel and take direction from the World Bank, Council on Foreign Relations, and the Zionist Haim Saban Center at the Brookings Institution, their hopes were soon dashed.
After it became clear that Tunisia’s and Egypt’s post-regime governments would include so-called Islamists from Ennadha and the Muslim Brotherhood, respectively, the tune changed from CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, and other networks that receive their agenda and talking points from the Israel Lobby and Israeli government-sponsored media orgasnizations like the Search for International Terrorist Entities (SITE) and the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI). The corporate media line, echoed by President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, was that the transitions to democracy in Egypt and Tunisia had to be “orderly.” That is neocon “Newspeak” for no “Islamist” roles in the new governments.
After Vice President Biden opined that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was not a dictator and that the most important aspect of U.S.-Egyptian relations was Egyptian support for the peace treaty with Israel, as if that is all that matters for U.S. policy in the Middle East, the Obama administration began to get nervous about its future relations with a post-Mubarak Egyptian government. All of a sudden, new Wikileaks material appeared via the neocon Daily Telegraph of the UK, the same paper that proffered piffle about Saddam Hussein and his “threat” to the West.
The cables cited by the “Torygraph” included a December 30, 2008 cable from U.S. ambassador in Cairo Margaret Scobey to the State Department stating that an unnamed Egyptian activist was funded by the embassy to attend an “Alliance of Youth Movements Summit in New York. The selective release of the cable in question, one sent in the transition phase between the Bush and Obama administrations, is proof, yet again, of the conspiracy between the Obama administration and the information/psychological warfare contrivance known as “Wikileaks” and its now-revealed whack-job founder, the CIA evading, cross-dressing Julian Assange. A neocon broad sheet in London hyped a meaningless cable and suggested that it was proof that the U.S. was covertly backing the overthrow of its ally, Mubarak, in the waning days of the Bush administration in December 2008. People were expected to believe that even if such plans existed, they would be contained in a mere “Secret” cable from Cairo to Washington, bypassing the ultra-secret channels of the CIA and National Security Agency. The release of the cable was nothing more than an attempt by the Obama administration to set up a straw man to show some past disagreement with Mubarak in order to gain favor with the Egyptian opposition. The scam did not work.
The new leader of the unified Egyptian opposition, Mohammed ElBaradei, the former International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) director who was on the neocon “hit list” for hs insistence that neither Saddam Hussein nor Mahmoud Ahmadinejad were pursuing nuclear weapons, declared that the United States had lost all credibility in Egypt. ElBaradei soon found himself being called a “stooge of Iran” by one of the typical Jewish leadership whiners in the United States — Malcolm Hoenlein, the executive vice-president of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.
The U.S. double game of trying to appear supportive of the popular revolt against Mubarak while covertly providing Egypt with all kinds of military and intelligence support, including Internet jamming systems from the Boeing-owned and Israeli-founded firm Narus, and tear gas canisters made in Pennsylvania, is now known throughout every city and village in Egypt. And there will be an eventual accounting for America’s perfidy in Egypt. Making matters worse was Mubarak’s choice of Egyptian intelligence chief Omar Suleiman as his vice president. Suleiman crafted Egypt’s participation in the CIA’s rendition and torture program.
The Daily Telegraph claptrap that was passed off as “journalism” did contain one important gem — that the U.S. embassy paid for the travel to New York of an activist obviously identified and selected by the vast array of Soros, NED, USAID, and other non-governmental organizations that specialize in “themed” revolutions.
But whatever the intent of the Soros, USAID, Freedom House gang and their ilk, the Egyptian Revolution took on monumental and unified proportions never before seen in Egypt. From the Muslim Brotherhood to the secular opposition and youth movements, Egypt is united against Mubarak.
When it was clear that the Egyptian revolution would not be stage-managed by the West, it was time for a set change by the U.S. media. Zionist propagandists like Wolf Blitzer began warning of the danger of an Iranian-style Islamist government in Egypt. After Tunisia’s Islamist opposition leader returned from exile in Britain and Yemen’s President Ali Abdullah Saleh faced mass demonstrations, the Israel Lobby-influenced producers and editors received new marching orders to inject through their media prisms the notion that if Mubarak fell, a new Islamist-dominated government would scrap the peace treaty with Israel. The Israeli government also weighed in, telling the United States and European governments to temper their criticism of Mubarak. Tne only thing missing from Israel and its amen chorus in the United States was a suggestion that criticism of Mubarak is akin to “anti-Semitism,” the usual refrain from the Lobby’s loudest cantors.
And, as always, the specter of the fictional “Al Qaeda” and its equally-fictional Maghreb and Arabian Peninsula franchises, was trotted out by the corpo-media and its Zionist overseers to suggest that Al Qaeda would take advantage of the turmoil in Tunisia, Yemen, and Egypt to commit acts of terrorism in those countries.
Groups like the Saban Center’s Brookings Doha Center in Qatar, which appears to only exist in order to force-feed Israeli propaganda into the mouth of Al Jazeera, which is headquartered also in Doha, began to parade its “experts” on Al Jazeera to suggest that the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood posed an Iranian-like danger to Egypt and that ElBaradei was weak and virtually unknown inside Egypt. France 24, the Sarkozy-run news channel, repeated the same meme. The Israelis and their shills like NBC’s David Gregory, who once admitted that he performs his journalistic duties based on his Jewish teachings [how long would a Muslim-American anchorman, totally fictional, of course, last if he said he reported the news based on his teachings from the Koran?] began to stress that “stability” in Egypt was more important than human rights. The “stability” meme was echoed by Israel’s puppets, including Hillary Clinton, French President Nicolas Sarkozy, and British Foreign Secretary William Hague.
Hillary Clinton has now called most of America’s ambassadors, consuls, and envoys back to Washington for an unprecedented meeting. Obama and his faltering nation cannot put the Middle East popular revolt genie back into the bottle. The popular Arab revolt will spread like wildfire to Yemen, where the U.S. should prepare itself for the restored independence of a popular socialist-oriented republic in South Yemen; Sudan; Mauritania; Morocco, where the U.S. also should prepare itself for an independent Western Sahara; Jordan; and the biggest fish, Saudi Arabia. After being ordered out of progressive Latin America, the failing and sick United States is facing expulsion from the Arab Middle East.
The “perfect storm” of global banker-imposed austerity measures and currency chicanery and market manipulation that has resulted in high food prices and massive unemployment also enters into the equation in Egypt and North Africa. Like their comrades across the Mediterranean in Greece, France, Italy, and Spain, the North Africans are tired of corrupt governments that enrich themselves courtesy of the global elites while they starve. Without the ability to change their governments through elections, the North African economic revolt also took on major political dimensions. The corporate media, while spinning the events in Cairo and Tunis, avoided covering the street demonstrations throughout Italy where people banging pots and pans demanded the ouster of Italy’s corrupt media billionaire, the mafiosi sex maniac Silvio Berlusconi. Massive protests by Albanian socialists against that nation’s kleptrocracy were also denied coverage by the U.S. info-tainment media outlets masquerading as news organizations. Tne corpo-media will do anything to avoid giving any indication that a worldwide popular revolution is getting into high gear, one that will eventually see the ouster of autocratic and corrupt regimes throughout the Middle East, Africa, remaining parts of Latin America, as well as Africa, the Far East, and Europe. For the Middle East, the dramatic developments unfolding on the streets of Cairo, Tunis, and other cities means the final end of Pax Americana/Judaica in the region.