The events leading up to the ousting of Hosni Mubarak on 2/11/2011 is a historic event under the eyes of the deluded. Mubarak stepped down from a 29 year rule over Egypt, and now the country is controlled from the high command of the armed forces, headed by the defense minister. Demonstrators in central Cairo protested 18 days that began on January 25. Deciphering through the dualities of the world and comprehending that this world is controlled by the occult illuminati that stages these events is crucial. The events that occurred in Egypt are surrounded with occult numerology.
Mubarak Ruled Egypt for 29 years. 2+9=11
18 days of protest reduces as 6+6+6=33:33:33
Protests began 1/25/2011 adds to 12 that reduces to 6+6 or 33:33
Mubarak steps down 2/11/2011 = 11:11:11:11,
The same day as the Anniversary of the Iran Revolution and Release of Nelson Mandela.
President Obama described the Egyptian people as an inspiration to the world for carrying out a non-violent revolution, adding: “Egypt will never be the same again.”
Exactly, Egypt wont be the same, the Egyptians can expect a government that will support the New World Order.
For sixty years Egypt has been a military dictatorship backed by a nasty secret police force. Finally, no doubt reluctantly, the army leaders have brought Nasser’s system to an end.
Why is the media teaching that idea? Do you really think Egypt is going to share the income from tourism with the local people and retire their secret police force that terrorizes the common Egyptian?
On the surface Washington and Cairo seem to be worlds apart, but appearances can be deceiving. Both regimes rely on state terrorism, deception, propaganda, election fraud, the suppression of political parties, and violent repression to stay in power.
The real Muslim Brotherhood is not the fanatical sheikh with his equally fanatical following, nor is it even the top mullahs and ayatollahs who lead entire movements of such madmen; Khomeini, Qaddafi, General Zia are exquisitely fashioned puppets. The real Muslim Brothers are those whose hands are never dirtied with the business of killing and burning. They are the secretive bankers and financiers who stand behind the curtain, the members of the old Arab, Turkish, or Persian families whose genealogy places them in the oligarchical elite…..and the Muslim Brotherhood is money.
After JFK’s assassination America’s shadow government rose to greater heights, and shrouded its criminality from the American people by using totalitarian tactics, manipulating the media, filling the public discourse with propaganda and misinformation, and mastering the same techniques of repression and state terrorism that the Egyptian government is currently using against the Egyptian people who are demanding freedom and a complete overhaul of their tyrannical government.
Two instrumental techniques of repression used by the governments of Egypt, America, Iran, and other dictatorial governments:
1) The Use of Agent Provocateurs: Mubarak’s regime is using agent provocateurs to cause chaos on the streets of Egypt, loot stores and other buildings, and intimidate anti-government protesters. This deceptive technique is used by many tyrannical states to portray average protesters as criminals and looters, which then causes distrust in the entire society about the legitimacy of the protesters’ grievances, and prepares the situation for a government crackdown on protests and civil-liberties. Many governments practice this technique, including Iran, the United States, Israel, England, and Canada. In 2007 at the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America summit meeting in Montebello, Quebec, the police went undercover, dressed as anarchists and carrying rocks, to instigate violence and disunity at protests. So as we see images of members of the Egyptian police wearing regular clothes and hitting people we should remember that Egypt is not unique. Our so-called democratic governments in the West have allowed this type of deceptive and anti-democratic behavior by our police forces on numerous occasions.
2) Press Censorship, And The Shutdown of Communication: The shutdown of the Internet and cell phone service in Egypt was one of the first things that Mubarak’s regime did in anticipation of the huge protests in Alexandria and Cairo on Friday, January 28. It is critical for repressive regimes to control the flow of information during a period of civil unrest, and keep its citizens from communicating and coordinating with each other via the internet, social network tools, and cell phones. Sens. Other regimes, from China to Iran, and even the United States also like the option of shutting down the internet. Senator Joseph Lieberman and Senator Susan Collins have introduced an Internet “Kill Switch” Bill in the Senate, which hands tyrannical powers to the President of the United States to shut down the internet during a “national cyber emergency.” While the language of the bill has been toned down in some ways by a Senate committee, it still gives the President the dictatorial power to shut down the internet, and thereby silence dissenting voices, with the justification that the government has to take aggressive action to deal with a “cyber-emergency.”
America is Still Under a State of Emergency:
On September 14, 2001, President George W. Bush declared a national emergency with respect to the terrorist attacks of three days earlier. The National Emergencies Act of 1976 requires the President to renew this state of emergency on an annual basis if he wishes it to remain in effect. Bush renewed it every year he was in office, and now President Barack Obama has extended it for the second time during his term.
The United States of America, therefore, is now entering its 10th year under a continual state of emergency — on the basis of a small number of (admittedly spectacular) terrorist attacks that took place in the space of a few hours back in 2001 and a handful of failed attempts since.
So-called national emergencies are a boon for governments, and particularly for heads of state. The “national emergency” in 1933 Germany occasioned by the firebombing of the Reichstag spurred the German parliament to grant Chancellor Adolf Hitler supposedly temporary dictatorial powers; we all know how that turned out. Egypt has been operating under a state of emergency since 1967 (except for a brief period in 1980 and ’81). Its government has taken advantage of its emergency declaration to lock up thousands of political prisoners indefinitely, to create a kangaroo court system for those it bothers to try, to prevent criticism of the regime, and to suspend other constitutional rights.
Many of the Egyptian government’s abuses have occurred in the United States on a smaller scale, justified by such personages as Bush Justice Department official John Yoo on the basis of the ongoing national emergency. If our national emergency is allowed to stand for another 30-plus years, imagine how entrenched and expanded these policies would become.
When the President declares a national emergency, wrote Harold C. Relyea, specialist in American national government with the Congressional Research Service, he “may seize property, organize and control the means of production, seize commodities, assign military forces abroad, institute martial law, seize and control all transportation and communication, regulate the operation of private enterprise, restrict travel, and, in a variety of ways, control the lives of the American citizens.”
The Middle East is a region of youth. More than 70% are under 30. Many of them are unemployed. The majority are poor. In Egypt, the elite among these who are well educated joined forces with other younger Egyptians to sustain the rebellion of Tahrir Square. Yet, they are very deluded of the bigger picture that all governments are controlled by a shadow government that will continue to enslave the culture of Egypt.
Washington Blog—State of Emergency
The New American—The Nine-year “Emergency”