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Egypt Color Revolution by CIA, MI6

Date: 
Saturday, January 29, 2011
Author(s): 
F. William Engdahl

Tarpley, Engdahl Analyses on Russia Today
 

Protests inspired by the revolt in Tunisia have spread to Egypt, Yemen and Algeria with citizens calling for governmental change. Authors Webster Tarpley and William Engdahl argue that uprisings in Egypt and elsewhere in the Middle East are orchestrated by the CIA, MI6 and NGO's like Freedom House.

Watch Tarpley interview here: http://www.youtube.com/user/RTAmerica#p/u/0/1USdMUWbIdo

What is the motive? Mubarak is not dependent enough on the US-NATO-IMF. Will CIA-MI6 succeed and what can they achieve? Can the demonstrators win with the Internet turned off? The army is behind Mubarak, an ex-fighter pilot. What if the US cuts off crucial wheat supplies to Egypt? And what might replace Mubarak -- another dictator, or the Muslim Brotherhood? The US-sponsored Green Revolutions failed in Iran and Lebanon...

But don't the protestors have real grievances? Yes. The color revolution modus operandi is to channel those aspirations for purposes of empire. Color revolutions, but they are based on the world economic depression -- jobless, rising food and fuel prices, etc. The CIA wants to use the youth bulge to destroy all the nation states of the MIddle East.
 

See Wm. Engdahl interview here: http://rt.com/news/middle-east-unrest-versions/

“What happened in Georgia with the Rose Revolution and Orange Revolution in Ukraine in 2003-2004 was part of a long-term strategy orchestrated by the Pentagon, the State Department and various US-financed NGOs like Freedom House and National Endowment for Democracy to create pro-NATO regime change in those former Soviet Union areas and to literally encircle Russia...

”What is going on in the Middle East with the Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia that we saw a few days ago, and now in Egypt with Mubarak in his 80s, and obviously a regime that is not exactly the most stable one, we have a food crisis taking place as a backdrop and the IMF coming and telling these countries to eliminate their state food subsidies so you have, of course, the explosive background for popular unrest. Within that you have these NGOs, like Freedom House, training activists and trade unions and various other organizations to demand democracy, demand human rights and so forth,” author and researcher William Engdahl told RT.