Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Egypt and Beyond

Egypt and Beyond


Egypt was a stable dictatorship under Mubarak’s rule. In fact, it played a pivotal role in harmonizing Israel’s presence in the region. Joblessness, access to vital resources and food inflation has played havoc in Egypt over the past year. In fact, Morsi has worsened the situation. 

Mubarak’s over-throw was orchestrated by the U.S. Government and several of its allies, just as the Muslim Brotherhood was a creation of British Intelligence. If the Globalist experiment failed in Egypt it failed for one reason - lack of money. While the Anglo-American Union raped, murdered and plundered the economies of Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya it still found itself monetarily deficient in managing their own economies. They stole trillions from Gaddafi and Hussein yet fell short in supplying the necessary financial resources to fully captivate and subdue the peoples of Egypt.

When you look at the trail of destruction, there is but one common denominator. Iraq is the home of the ancient Sumerians and Babylonians.  Egypt is home to the pyramids, the Sphinx and Pharaohs. The Sumerian Tablets, as decoded by Zecharia Sitchin, tell the tale of Man’s origins, and the Great Sphinx of Giza is said to contain the Hall of Records. The Globalists were more interested in the artifacts which detail the esoteric origins of man and not building democracy in the region, whereas the destabilization of Syria was intended to intensify the Shia/Sunny rift in the region and test Russia's willingness to leave the region. Afghanistan however allowed the CIA to control the global drug trade and finance black ops and chaos around the globe. It appears the $80 billion a month the Federal Reserve is printing cannot sustain multi-national greed, bank failures, failing economies, secret underground construction, FEMA camps, the hunger of the royal families and war.

Each of these nation states was of strategic geo-political and economic importance to the assassins who manage the Globalist cartel. Failure in Egypt and Syria, chaos in Libya and Iraq simply means things are not going as planned. There is greater and greater opportunity for the entire region to fall into Islamic Fundamentalism and theocratic rule. All this chaos presents one grand opportunity for Iran. Iran could emerge as the leader of the Islamic Middle-East, and this momentum could envelope Turkey. Needless to say, Russia and China would benefit greatly with this transition.

Just my thoughts,
Joseph Pede


I would refer you back to a 2010 Rockefeller Foundation document which projects certain events under different scenarios. 2013 could unleash a disease pandemic where individuals would not be able to interact with one another, and/or an overload of cellular networks. Keep and eye on this.

http://www.rockefellerfoundation.org/uploads/files/bba493f7-cc97-4da3-add6-3deb007cc719.pdf

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