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Mohamed ElBaradei: Globalist Pied Piper Of The Egyptian Revolt
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.

The Globalists’ Egyptian Gambit: ElBaradei

Senior Egyptian Leaders Currently Meeting At Pentagon
Awkward timing — or a potentially restraining influence on the behavior of Egyptian security forces?

Follow The Egyptian Revolution Live Via Al Jazeera

Mubarak Clings To Power: Troops & Tanks On Streets of Cairo
Mubarak ordered troops and tanks into the capital Cairo and other cities overnight and imposed a curfew in an attempt to quell demonstrations that have shaken the Arab world’s most populous nation, a key U.S. ally, to the core.

Egyptian President sacks his entire cabinet as 35 are killed in violent protests

Senator Nelson Wants To Give Police Power To See Through Your Walls
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson of Orlando wants to give law enforcement the edge when trying to capture dangerous fugitives. That technology could include hand-held radar or heat-detecting devices.

See Something, Say Something Hysteria: Another Harmless Package

America Has Long Supported Egypt’s Dictatorial Leadership
Vice President Biden’s attempt to defend President Mubarak by saying he’s “not a dictator” is like Nixon saying “I am not a crook.”

US company provides tear gas to Egyptian police

Eulogy of Bobby Kennedy
Ted Kennedy delivering the closing part of the eulogy at the funeral of his brother Bobby, using excerpts from Bobby’s famous speech to the students of a South African university in 1966.

Brzezinski's Feared "Global Awakening" Is In Full Swing
Zbigniew Brzezinski's much feared "global political awakening" is in full swing. Revolts in Egypt, Yemen, Tunisia and other countries represent a truly monumental worldwide rallying cry for freedom that threatens to immeasurably damage the agenda for one world government, but only if the successful revolutionaries can prevent themselves from being co-opted by a paranoid and desperate global elite.

Are We Witnessing the Start of a Global Revolution?
An uprising in Tunisia led to the overthrow of the country’s 23-year long dictatorship of President Ben Ali. A new ‘transitional’ government was formed, but the protests continued demanding a totally new government without the relics of the previous tyranny.

America Secretly Trained Rebel Leaders To Hijack Egyptian Protests
As we have emphasized, the globalists are now attempting to hijack the protests and make lemonade out of lemons. Having become aware that regime change was inevitable, the US military-industrial complex is trying to ensure it controls the outcome by infiltrating and steering the protest movement.

Webster Tarpley: CIA Fuels ‘Mob Rule’ in Arab World to Change Power

While Egyptians Take To The Streets, Americans Accept Their Enslavement
While people in Tunisia and Egypt have taken to the streets in attempts to gain their liberty, Americans are losing their liberty with minimal protest.

Obama Criticizes Internet Kill Switch In Egypt While His Own Administration Tries To Ram It Through In America

CNBC Host Erin Burnett Implies America Should Support Foreign Dictators To Keep Flow Of Cheap Oil
“One more thing,” Burnett remarked. “If this spreads, the United States could take a huge hit because democracy in a place like Saudi Arabia, you’ve talked about who might come in power, what that means for oil prices. They’re going to go stratospheric.”

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The Riots In Egypt And The Price Of Oil
As if the world economy did not have enough problems already, now the riots in Egypt threaten to send the price of oil soaring into the stratosphere. On Friday, the price of U.S. crude soared 4 percent.

Egyptian Civil Strife Sends Oil Close To $100 On Suez Canal Fears

What Is Globalization?
What is globalization? Well, if you ask 100 different Americans you will probably get 100 different answers. Many people view globalization as harmless or even as a good thing. Other Americans believe that the United States will never be integrated into a global economic and political system.

AZ Sheriff on Napolitano’s Security Speech: ‘This Shows You How Divorced From Reality the Secretary of Homeland Security Really Is’
Babeu said Napolitano’s claim was “not surprising.” But he also said her remarks did not reflect conditions on the ground in Arizona where in the last two years the amount of illegal drugs entering the state that have been confiscated by local authorities has doubled, and the number of pursuits of criminal illegal aliens has tripled.

Egypt's Internet Kill Switch: Coming To America
In response to widespread protests and mass unrest, the authoritarian Egyptian government has completely shut down the country's access to the internet, eliminating the use of social networking websites, other effective tools of communication and organisation, and effectively sealing Egypt off from the rest of the world. The Obama Administration is looking to embrace the exact same internet control mechanism in America.



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