Egypt uprising is one of the most inspiring event by far. It was relatively peaceful and the brilliant twist to that is we get to watch it LIVE on our television. Nothing was more exhilirating then watching LIVE the announcement by arguably, one of the most shortlived Vice President in the history of Vice Presidency, Omar Suleiman, of the stepping down of a long time dictator, Mubarak.
It was equally touching as well as exhilirating to witness LIVE the jubilant and triumphant roar of an uprising stuggle of common men and women, who found within themselves, the hero that laid dead for past 30 years and unleashed it altogether in a united goal that spells, "Leave, Mubarak".
What most people including the Egyptians who took to the streets, their 30 years worth of anger and frustrations, is that Uncle Sam may be the instigator of the Egypt uprising. I mean, Mubarak have been in power for such a long time. Anyone who gets pregnant would would have a grandchild given the 30 years span. Question is, why now?
If you tune in to the audio version of investigating journalist/historian, Dr Webster Tarpley, you may be able to see the light to what is not obvious to the innocent and unsuspecting minds.
This is a very interesting analysis by Tarpley, a must listen. Apparently, Mubarak was removed via a CIA coup because he have been not as compliant as he has to be with the US on certain key issues involving the Gulf region. Do take a listen to this interesting audio. (err....press on the "download file" and p.s you have to have an MP3 player on your computer to be able to listen into this. If you have Windows Media Player, for example, you're good to go).
Listening to him, make one wonders, what is the bigger picture? I leave it up to my readers to get inspired to learn the truth behind this possibly CIA coup (another one I guess).
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HERE's Lyndon La Rouche's take on Mubarak's removal from office.
After all the excitement and celebration of the people of Egypt and also people around the world rejoicing to their inspiring couragesness to stand up to a long time DICKtator, have died down, after the first step of removing Mubarak have succeeded, the vital question that ins in dire need of answering is "What's next Egypt?".
At the risk of sounding pessimistic, the army is biased towards Mubarak, will they allow the process of democrasy to materialize? Who will the people of Egypt pick to replace Mubarak, and more importantly, will they pick wisely? The Muslim Brotherhood is known to be the creation of the M16, as any sound and intelligent mind can understand that religion have been one of the most successful tool to governance by far and it's and old recipe, but still not basi yet, because the majority of the world are content in being in the state of ignorant. Basically, come to think of it, it is a bliss state. Here's another interesting article in regards to Muslim Brotherhood.
Will they pick AlBaradei who sits on the same board as George Soros, (remember him?) on the Crisis Board of Trustees, you can peruse HERE to locate both names. I would be nervous to sit in a board of trustees comprising of the person responsible for the Asian economic crisis via his speculations.
Of course the world would want the best for Egypt. But pray they are not blinded with the oligarchial manipulation (with their own agenda for their pockets) when they cross that box at the ballot. It is nice to finally attain democrasy, but with ignorance of what goes on in the bigger picture, democrasy may backfire. The most anticlimax thing to watch on television after this would be the chaos in Egypt politics. Hopefully this will not be the case. All the best for you.
What next Egypt? Quid pro quo.....
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