Friday, 11 February 2011

Mubarak and Egypt: What the Spooks Will be Thinking

Mubarak has resigned and the Egyptian Army, bankrolled by the USA, is in charge.

Will Egypt become a "democracy" or will other events come to pass?

The biggest question of all: will Egypt put the desires and needs of Egyptians first - or will it continue to kowtow to America and Israel?

That is what certain people in Tel Aviv, New York and Westminster will be most interested in.

When the Palestinians voted in Hamas, the likes of Israel and her allies took action. They started a civil war and blockaded the Palestinian areas.

You see, dear reader, it's not about democracy (like wot they told us in Iraq and Afghany) because if it was they wouldn't have backed Mubarak for 30 years.

It's about who supports Israel and what is in the Zionists' best interests. Always has been, always will be.

There will be a lot of jittery people in the Unholy Triumvirate of Tel Aviv, New York and Westminster, just as there will be a lot of spooks on the streets and behind the scenes in Egypt.

Their prime concern: Egyptian policy towards Israel. Simple as guvnor.


Anonymous said...

Mubarak was nearing the end of his days so the 'chosen ones' would out of necessity have been looking to dump this stooge for their 'new man' the underlying story of the Muslim Brotherhood influence can also be used to depict the 'new man' as being more hostile towards the Bandit State.

Don't believe a word the media tell you as an example of who deserves our support simply look to who the media are pushing/backing and opt for those they attack.

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