The men behind the curtain of Egypt’s Revolution

The Globalists’ Egyptian Gambit: ElBaradei

ElBaradei and Mubarak – Good Cop/Bad Cop – Don’t worry! I have a new government in-a-box. Just add water! Fortified with vitamins, minerals and US puppeteering!!!

From the Council on Foreign Relations to the Brookings Institute, Globalists agree. Mohamed ElBaradei for (Egyptian) President


Tony Cartalucci, Contributing Writer

Activist Post

It was previously reported thatMohamed ElBaradei, the self-proclaimed leader of the unfolding Egyptian protests, is actually sitting on the Board of Trustees of theZbigniew Brzezinski/George Sorosglobalist think-tank, the International Crisis Group.

The mainstream media has been backing ElBaradei’s ownership of the protests, hailing this Nobel Laurette and former UN IAEA director as the potential next president of Egypt and the “hero” of the protests. The New York Times refers to him as the “Nobelist” portraying him as standing “toe-to-toe” with hundreds of riot police and promising to run for president if and only if elections were “free and fair.”

While ElBaradei poses as a critic of the United States, it is not because of their meddling with Middle Eastern affairs, it is because they are not meddling enough. ElBaradei berates the United States for not intervening in what he calls “social disintegration, economic stagnation, and political repression” in Egypt. Apparently ElBaradei isn’t the only one who thinks so either.

Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) senior fellow, Project for a New American Century signatory, and Bush wrangler Elliott Abrams elaborated on the sort of “intervention” the United States should be committed to in his piece “Less ‘Engagement,’ More Democracy” in the New York Times. In his piece he criticizes the current policy of engaging with nations he deems repressive regimes as equals and calls for a revisit to George Bush’s “freedom agenda.” In other words – the export of “democracy” that has brought America the trillion dollar military adventures in Iraq and Afghanistan at the cost of thousands of US soldiers’ lives and the lives of millions of foreigners killed, maimed, or displaced.

Ultimately the “freedom agenda” has created puppet governments and sweeping economic reforms giving globalist corporate cartels free reign in these “importers of democracy.” Those that remember Paul Bremer’s Colalition Provisional Authority, may also recall the various “liberalizations” imposed upon Iraq including 100% foreign ownership of Iraqi companies and immunity granted to foreign contractors from Iraqi law.

In the end, the “freedom agenda” is nothing more than 21st century gunboat diplomacy coupled with the one-sided “treaties” the European imperialists imposed across Africa,Asia, and the Middle East.

Fellow CFR policy wonk, Robert Danin echos Abrams’ sentiments regarding the freedom agenda by regretting how President Obama had backed away from it during his 2009 speech in Cairo, and how interesting it is now that the administration seems to be interested in perhaps adopting it. He then goes on to explain how the protests are unprecedented, in that they are concerning not anit-American or anti-Israeli causes, but directed at inward problems at home.

With Tunisia and now Egypt internally infighting, a collective regional division seems to be developing. It is no secret the globalists via the United States and Israeli governments, want regime change in Iran and to desperately halt their nuclear program. Elliot Abrams in his New York Times piece states explicitly “our ultimate goal for Iran is not a nuclear deal with the ayatollahs but freedom for its people under a government they choose in honest elections.” Newsweek goes one step further and reports on a covert war against Iran’s nuclear program already well underway.Seymour Hersh reported as early as 2008 that the US was conducting military operations in Iran.

The floundering efforts to achieve the globalists’ goals with Iran, now spanning several years, may have spurred the real policy makers, the globalist think tanks, to consider a wider regional campaign of destabilization and the installation of more reliable and more zealous allies to build the needed coalition to confront an unmovable Iran. At any rate, any opposition for the globalists’ next phase in the Middle East will be muted with regimes across the region battling for their very survival.

Mohamed ElBaradei, then literally sitting on the International Crisis Group’s Board of Trustees with the likes of George Soros, would not only be a trusted candidate to sow instability throughout Egypt, but would make an equally trustworthy leader of a pliable proxy regime to turn against Iran, Russia, and China. An ElBaradei controlled Egypt could equally be turned against disruptive members of the other globalist pet project Egypt is conveniently positioned to deal with, the African Union. And last but not least, Egypt controls the Suez Canal. Greater control over Egypt means greater control over the passage of freight through the canal.

Finally, globalist think-tank, the Brookings Institute, chimes in claiming Egypt’s new opposition leader is indeed Mohamed ElBaradei and claims he is already reaching out for ties and a loose alliance with the Muslim Brotherhood, an extremely large and influential opposition organization in Egypt. The Brookings Institute feigns the same ignorance as the rest of the mainstream media regarding ElBaradei’s position in the International Crisis Group by claiming it will be Egypt that will decide the outcome “not Washington.” Brookings also laments that Israel’s government holds a huge stake in the outcome of Egypt’s unrest but has “absolutely no ability to influence the course of events.”

It should then comfort Israel and the Brookings Institute to know that ElBaradei is working so closely with US policy makers via the International Crisis Group and that his sentiments are echoed by America’s “Neo-Conservative” establishment. In other words, Israel and America have their foot in the door and seem not to even realize it. The wiser suspects they most certainly do realize it.


All is Not What it Seems in Egyptian Clashes

Tony Cartalucci, Contributing Writer
Activist Post

Go to the George Soros/Zbigniew Brzezinski International Crisis Group’s website and you will see that the Egyptian clashes have hit surprisingly close to home for them. That’s because none other than their own Mohamed ElBaradei, sitting on their board of trustees, is the self-proclaimed leader of the unrest unfolding across the streets of Cairo. The International Crisis Group’s recent condemnation of ElBaradei’s detention and admission of his membership amongst “the Group” is accompanied by calls for the government to stop using violence against the protesters.

It was nearly a week ago on January 16th that respected geopolitical analyst Dr. Webster Tarpley warned prophetically, “Arab governments would be well advised to keep an eye on ICG operatives in their countries,” in his piece covering the Tunisian upheaval and regime change.

CBC report “Mohamed ElBaradei: Egypt’s President-in-waiting?” just about says it all in regards to ElBaradei’s proposed role. CBC profiles his stint with the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Nobel Prize he won in the process. Similar mainstream news media stories can be found by news-searching the term “Mohamed ElBaradei.”

Wired reports “Nuke Watchdog Wants to Lead Egypt Revolt. No, Really.” While they propose ElBaradei’s aspirations to be peculiar because of his employment with the IAEA, it is his position at the ICG that makes this gambit very believable indeed. The ICG has been recently seen meddling and contributing to other color revolutions, most notably the “red” color revolution in Thailand. George Soros, who sits on the ICG’s executive committee, is no stranger to funding color revolutions, fueling class warfare, and backing a laundry list of NGO’s working as agents for the globalist agenda.

The Economist suggests that ElBaradei may not be of America’s liking because of his work in the IAEA regarding Iran. Again, they fail to mention his other job; the one in which he works with some of the most prominent American geopolitical strategists who often, very literally have the undivided attention of America’s political establishment via forums like the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg Group which the Economist has also recently reported on. Surely they must have bumped into ElBaradei during one these meetings the Economist claims their editor attends.

Tony Cartalucci’s articles have appeared on many alternative media websites, including his own at Land Destroyer.


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