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PostPosted: Sat Feb 12, 2011 9:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Algeria shuts down internet and Facebook as protest mounts
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Internet providers were shut down and Facebook accounts deleted across Algeria on Saturday as thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators were arrested in violent street demonstrations.

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The US Could Never Protest Like Egypt Has - by comedian Lee Camp


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hmm could the latest Western Foray into the Middle East have triggered an unprecidented wave of re-unification?
Could old empires be reformed before our eyes?

Al Watan Al Ackbar The Greatest Country


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just look at the map half way through the song Wink

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Iraq man dies of self-immolation to protest rising unemployment
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February 12, 2011 - An Iraqi man has died after setting himself ablaze in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul to protest against unemployment, police sources said Sunday. The 31-year-old man set himself on fire when he could not find a job, the sources told the German Press Agency DPA. He was married a

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Iraq man dies of self-immolation to protest rising unemployment
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February 12, 2011 - An Iraqi man has died after setting himself ablaze in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul to protest against unemployment, police sources said Sunday. The 31-year-old man set himself on fire when he could not find a job, the sources told the German Press Agency DPA. He was married a

http://www.uruknet.info/?p=m74931&hd&size=1&l=e&fb=1


Remember remember, a man was to set fire to the government building because they forced people into stupid slave jobs, even murderous slave jobs.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 13, 2011 11:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's the Rense take on it:

http://www.rense.com/general92/icke.htm

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Tony Blair has described Hosni Mubarak, the beleaguered Egyptian leader, as "immensely courageous and a force for good".
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2011 10:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Here's the Rense take on it:

http://www.rense.com/general92/icke.htm


Hmm, it’s an illuminanti man David (Alice Bailey) Icke piece, disguised as expressing the struggle ahead but can’t praise Christians, Muslims, Socialists coming together.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2011 6:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

this may need confirming:

Egypt just imposed martial law

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http://money.cnn.com/2011/02/14/news/international/arms_uprisings_egyp t.fortune/index.htm


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Malka urged against cutting off the flow of arms to Egypt: "The United States' ability to influence that system is already limited. Freezing military aid now undermines what leverage the U.S. government does have to promote a post-Mubarak system that is more than just a reconfiguration of the status quo."



Do they control the stakes or not?

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http://money.cnn.com/2011/02/14/news/international/arms_uprisings_egyp t.fortune/index.htm


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Malka urged against cutting off the flow of arms to Egypt: "The United States' ability to influence that system is already limited. Freezing military aid now undermines what leverage the U.S. government does have to promote a post-Mubarak system that is more than just a reconfiguration of the status quo."



Do they control the stakes or not?



They'll go China, Russia eventually.

As the Arab nations are being dried up (as in brought down and suppressed) The same as much of South America will.

Unless we come to our senses.

Putins recent talks with Iceland (geo-political) was a big gesture that seems to have been missed by many.


There is also this:

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Jan 25, 2011

Iceland wins back its own natural resources

The Icelandic government takes over a privatised power station from its Canadian owners. This is the result of a proposal from the Left-wing Socialist Green Group in the Nordic Council, supported by the singer Björk. The Left-wing Green Socialists are now calling for state ownership of natural resources to be upheld in all the Nordic countries' constitutions. The proposal was discussed at the Nordic Council's meetings in Finland on 25 - 26 January.


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nothing like a bit of doom'n gloom Wink
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nothing like a bit of doom'n gloom Wink



Come to your senses then.
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/02/13/AR2011 021303583.html



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For the near term, at least, the man running the country is Tantawi, 75, a close ally of Mubarak's who served under him as defense minister and commander in chief of the armed forces. The military council's communique said Tantawi would function as Egypt's head of state in international relations.

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Over the years, Tantawi has kept close ties with U.S. government and military officials. "He understands the importance of this relationship," said Mohamed Kadry Said, a former major general who is an analyst at the Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies in Cairo.

Tantawi is also seen as a reliable ally by Israel, which has feared greater instability with Mubarak's departure. The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces has affirmed that Egypt will honor its international treaty obligations, including its peace accord with Israel.


but as above this is US propaganda, how can we be sure?

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The dictatorship is trying to run a dictatorship without a dictator.
From the moment the streets forced the dictator out, the streets will also finish off the dictatorship.

No dictator in history has granted democracy and no dictatorship either. Democracy comes from the bottom up not the top down.

They will try to drag out the elections as far as they can into the distant future expecting all protests to die down. But it wont be easy as the stomach will override the inhibitions from now on.

If jobs and food on the table dont materialise, the rest of jokers who want to continue Mubaraks policies without Mubarak will be turfed out...
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 15, 2011 10:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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The dictatorship is trying to run a dictatorship without a dictator.
From the moment the streets forced the dictator out, the streets will also finish off the dictatorship.

No dictator in history has granted democracy and no dictatorship either. Democracy comes from the bottom up not the top down.

They will try to drag out the elections as far as they can into the distant future expecting all protests to die down. But it wont be easy as the stomach will override the inhibitions from now on.

If jobs and food on the table dont materialise, the rest of jokers who want to continue Mubaraks policies without Mubarak will be turfed out...


Would that you were right, but one doubts it. The power of the Satanic NWO is too great.
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Would that you were right, but one doubts it. The power of the Satanic NWO is too great.
But still, I for one will campaign to spread the truth; there are many others also who do not expect success, but will carry on the good work.
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It is powerful but even the most powerful sometimes bite off more than they can chew.

America invaded Iraq and lost and Israel has now lost two wars.
Pro-American Arab regimes have had a 30year reign. One can no longer have dancing bears with hungry stomachs for that is what these regimes were, clowns in a circus known as the American post war order.


The main trading partner in many arab countries is now going to be China. Even S Arabia now sells a lot of oil to the Chinese. Destabilisation is now the key for US policy in the whole of the Arab world, but when the lid is open from a pressure cooker it can explode in a direction not of your own choosing.
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E Timor was devastated in the end by the orchestrated tsunami in my eyes. But that does not imply this is possible everywhere.
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Police Swarm Bahrain Protest Camp; 4 Reported Dead : NPR
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The assault came early Thursday with little warning, witnesses said. Riot police fired tear gas and wielded clubs as they stormed a landmark square in the capital, driving out anti-government demonstrators and destroying a makeshift encampment that had become the hub for demands to bring sweeping...

[img]http://media.npr.org/assets/img/2011/02/17/bahrain1_wide.jpg?t=12 97946267&s=51[/img]



http://www.npr.org/2011/02/17/133827875/riot-police-storm-bahrain-camp -2-reported-dead?ps=cprs

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Violent Clashes Erupt During Yemen Protest


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and Libya too now

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good film here

http://rt.com/news/arab-world-unrest-egypt/

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Sanaa: An anti-regime protester shows the palms of his hands as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. (AFP Photo / Mohammad Huwais)

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 18, 2011 11:56 pm    Post subject: Egypt says Iran's ships can use Suez Canal Reply with quote

Egypt says Iran ships can use Suez Canal - source
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By Marwa Awad - CAIRO | Sat Feb 19, 2011 2:43am IST
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt has approved the passage of two Iranian navy ships through the Suez Canal, an army source said, a move that could annoy Israel, whose foreign minister has called Iran's actions a provocation.
"Egypt has agreed to the passage of two Iranian ships through the Suez Canal," the army source told Reuters.
State television and Egypt's official news agency subsequently reported the news, without giving sources.
Iran's request was an early diplomatic test for Egypt's interim military government, which has close ties to the United States and has been ruling since Feb. 11 when President Hosni Mubarak stepped down in the face of a popular revolt.
Egypt's Western allies are watching for hints of any shift in policy towards its Middle East neighbours, especially Israel with which it has a peace treaty.
The two ships would be the first Iranian military vessels to transit the canal since Iran's 1979 revolution.
To navigate the strategic waterway, naval vessels need the approval of Egypt's foreign and defence ministries.
It was not clear when the ships would enter the canal. They were not on the list of vessels scheduled to sail through on Saturday, a Suez Canal Authority official said.
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said on Wednesday that Iran's plan to send the ships through the canal en route to Syria was a "provocation".
Israel's state-funded Channel One television said later Lieberman, a stridently far-right partner in the conservative coalition, had spoken out of turn and the Defence Ministry "had preferred to ignore" the ships' approach.
There was no immediate comment from Israel after approval was given.
Egypt's military said the request stated the Iranian ships did not carry military equipment or nuclear or chemical cargo. It said they were in the Red Sea, at the canal's southern end.
(Writing by Edmund Blair and Tom Pfeiffer; editing by Andrew Dobbie)
http://in.reuters.com/article/2011/02/18/idINIndia-55005020110218

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Israeli FM Threatens War With Iran Over Suez Warship Claim
Condemns Iranian 'Insolence' in Email Threat

http://news.antiwar.com/2011/02/16/israeli-fm-threatens-war-with-iran- over-suez-warship-claim/
by Jason Ditz, February 16, 2011
Financial markets the world over are in turmoil and Brent North Sea Crude has reached a new short-term high today after Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman accused Iran of planning to send two warships through the Suez Canal later this evening and suggested this could provoke an Israeli attack on the nation.
The plans hadn’t been widely publicized until today, and Iran’s state media is so far mum on the allegation, but Lieberman insisted that two Iranian warships would pass through the canal later this evening on their way to Syria. The ships are reportedly planning to remain docked in Syria for one year.
Which is unusual, but not entirely shocking since Iran and Syria are allies. Lieberman, whose threats came in an email statement, insisted that the plan to send the ships proved that the Iranian government’s “insolence” is growing.........
http://news.antiwar.com/2011/02/16/israeli-fm-threatens-war-with-iran- over-suez-warship-claim/

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Is this the mission Blair's been put on then?
To travel the Middle East discrediting everything good he finds.

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Tony Blair has described Hosni Mubarak, the beleaguered Egyptian leader, as "immensely courageous and a force for good".
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/feb/02/tony-blair-mubarak-courage ous-force-for-good-egypt?CMP=twt_fd



Mubarak Toppled by CIA Because He Opposed US Plans for War with Iran?
http://tarpley.net/2011/02/18/mubarak-toppled-by-cia-because-he-oppose d-us-plans-for-war-with-iran/

Mubarak Toppled by CIA Because He Opposed US Plans for War with Iran; US Eyes Seizure of Suez Canal; Was this the Threat that Forced Mubarak to Quit?
Webster G. Tarpley, Ph.D. - TARPLEY.net - February 18, 2011

Washington DC, Feb. 18, 2011 — There never was an “Egyptian revolution,” but rather a behind-the-scenes military putsch by a junta of CIA puppet generals who evidently could not succeed in their goal of ousting Hosni Mubarak without the help of a heavy-duty ultimatum from Washington in the night between Thursday, February 10 and Friday, February 11, 2011. There is growing evidence that the threat in question involved the seizure or blocking of the Suez Canal, the Egyptian waterway which carries over 8% of all seaborne world trade, which the imperialists tried to grab back in 1956, and from which they would today like to exclude China, Iran, and Russia. As for Mubarak, there are strong indications that he was toppled by Washington and London because he opposed the current US-UK plan to organize a block of Sunni Arab states such as Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and the Gulf states — under a US nuclear umbrella and shoulder to shoulder with Israel — for purposes of confrontation and war with Iran, Syria, Hezbollah, and their Shiite and radical allies.

This means that, with the fall of Mubarak, the Middle East has taken a big step on the road to general war. As for the junta, they have now dissolved parliament, shredded the constitution, and announced six months of martial law.

In the days after Mubarak’s fall, the Anglo-American controlled media chorus chanted obsessively that this was one regime change in the Arab world which had been brought about by the Egyptian people, all by themselves. In reality, the relatively limited popular agitation was actually the least important factor in toppling the long-serving Egyptian rais. Since there was no real mass organization capable of seizing power, and no program of economic reconstruction, development, and reform which could have united the efforts of larger sectors of the Egyptian population, Egypt was left to the tender mercies of the now standard CIA/National Endowment for Democracy color revolution, people power coup, or postmodern putsch. According to this recipe, the destabilization was begun by gathering the privileged youth of the upper middle classes — the ones with access to the Internet, Google, Facebook, and Twitter — in Tahrir Square, where, despite their relatively anemic numbers in a city as big as Cairo, they provided a photo opportunity for the Al Jazeera television network, which shamelessly served as the demagogic speaking tube of British intelligence, the former colonial power in Egypt.

The incendiary role played by Al Jazeera also reflects the strange brinksmanship currently going on in Doha, Qatar, where this network is based. As Gamal Mubarak supposedly told US Senator Joseph Lieberman in February 2009 according to a State Department report purloined by Wikileaks, ‘Unfortunately, Qatar is playing “spoiler” in order to get “a seat at the table….” They are coordinating closely with Syria and Iran, Gamal said, “in an orchestrated attack on Egypt and other moderate Arab states.”‘1 Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani and the other Al Thani royals of Qatar may soon find themselves hoist by their own petard of regional destabilization.

So it was therefore the golden youth of Cairo who kept up some kind of a presence before the TV cameras , allowing the Al Jazeera agitators and provocateurs to argue that these young dupes, anarchists, and nihilists represented the incarnation of Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s popular will, and therefore the court of last resort for all political decisions regarding the future of Egypt. Sometimes there were only a few hundred young enthusiasts in the square, but for Al Jazeera they were the supreme oracle of what Egypt wanted. Egypt has upwards of 80 million people, and the Cairo metropolitan area numbers almost 20 million, but the anti-Mubarak forces had a very hard time ever getting above 50,000 or so — even in the days when they bombastically promised a Million Man March or even a Two Million Man March. Compared to Kiev, a smaller city, in November 2004, Cairo was a feeble effort.

The gaggle in the square was simply a made for television moment, and its participants — what ever their subjective intentions — were reduced to props, scenery, extras, or walk-on parts at the very most. They hated Mubarak. They wanted the entire regime out. They rejected hierarchy. They wanted transparency. With such a pathetic and primitive level of political consciousness, the mob in the square could never hope to determine events, but was always condemned to become the tool of some organized force which actually knew what it wanted — such as the CIA.

The mob was not organized, but there were organizations inside the mob. One was the April 6 Movement, which turned out to be a clone or knockoff of the original color revolution vehicle, the Serbian Otpor! of 1999-2000 which had been used by the National Endowment for Democracy to overthrow Milosevic. Apparently feeling the pinch of budget austerity, the CIA had recycled the fist salute logo of the Serbian group directly into the Egyptian one. Other aspects of the mob also reflected the recycled debris of earlier color revolution attempts — the much-vaunted slogan “Game Over” was in fact left over from an attempt to destabilize Tibet in the service of the Dalai Lama.

A century and a half ago a certain British agent, looking at the London-backed coup of Napoleon III of France, wrote that the tradition of past generations weighs like a nightmare on the brain of the living. Today we would say that the accumulated junk from past color putsches, now recycled by the CIA to save money, is making their discredited destabilization techniques even easier to identify. It is amazing to see intelligent but gullible adults fall victim to the romantic Schwärmerei of The Revolution, even to the point of believing that the emotional cripple Assange is Lord Byron, or the subversion operative Ghonim of Google is Robespierre, instead of a refugee from the Revenge of the Nerds.

When the golden youth needed numerical reinforcements, they called in the British Freemasonry known as the Moslem Brotherhood. The Ikhwan provided the big battalions, but also brought public-relations problems. To neutralize these, a propaganda campaign was mounted by a number of CIA alumni, including Bruce Riedel, to assure the US public that there was nothing to worry about.

It should be stressed that the Egyptian destabilization became quite violent very early on. On Friday, on January 28, protesters committed a massive act of arson by burning down the large office building in central Cairo which housed the headquarters of Mubarak’s political party. It is not known whether there were fatalities on this occasion. Other protesters systematically burned police stations. Several policemen were reportedly lynched by the mob. There was also an armed attack by gunmen on the headquarters of the Interior Ministry, which was repelled after a firefight with riot police. This violence by the shining heroes of democracy was not noticed, much less condemned, by Ban-ki Moon, the European Union, or other guardians of world morality.

The Anglo-Americans evidently believe that the current combination of the world economic breakdown crisis or depression (complete with rising prices for food and fuel as well as high unemployment and economic despair), plus the presence of a youth bulge throughout the Arab world offers the opportunity of toppling governments like bowling pins, somewhat on the model of what the British did to the Metternich system or Holy Alliance in Europe in 1848, or of what the Anglo-Americans did to the Soviets in Eastern Europe in 1989. This time the goal is to overthrow the entrenched authoritarian rulers of the Arab world, among them Ben Ali of Tunisia, who had been in power for some 23 years; Mubarak of Egypt (31 years), followed then by Gaddafi of Libya (41 years), Bouteflika of Algeria (12 years), the Assad dynasty in Syria (about 40 years), Saleh of Yemen (21 years), plus Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, and other nations. Some of the more manic denizens of Foggy Bottom and Langley seriously believe that they can ride the current wave of destabilizations all the way to Tehran, Beijing, and Moscow.
Not Dependent Enough: Why the CIA Wants to Overthrow the Existing Arab Rulers

The goal of these operations is to remove entrenched client rulers who have been in power so long that they have acquired a significant degree of autonomy vis-à-vis the imperial dictates coming from Washington and London, and have grown accustomed to acting to some degree as national rulers, rather than as the pure puppets the CIA and the State Department are always seeking. The Washington consensus is that these multi-decade rulers are not dependent enough on NATO, the International Monetary Fund, and so forth. Washington and London need total kamikaze puppets, who will be willing to take the point in coming confrontations with Iran, China, and Russia.

One US hypothesis for the future of Egypt is simply a continuation of the existing regime, largely based on the Army, the state bureaucracy, and the security forces, and led by military officers in civilian clothes. But in this case the rulers would be the Suliemans, the Tantawis, or the Annans, or perhaps the Baradeis or Moussas, all much weaker figures than Mubarak. Another possibility is a period of chaos — such as what is happening right now in Tunisia — followed by a seizure of power on the part of the Moslem brotherhood, leading to the creation of a de facto Cairo Sunni caliphate which the US could use to challenge (and consolidate) the de facto Shiite caliphate in Tehran. Both of these alternatives could then be used to support the fundamental US-UK strategy for the Middle East, which is to assemble a block of Arab and Sunni countries (notably Egypt, Saudis, Gulf states, and Jordan) which, formed into a front with the participation of Israel, would collide with the Iranian Shiite front, including Syria, Hezbollah, Hamas, and various radical forces. Another possibility is that Egypt and many other countries simply descend into chaos, leaving the imperialists the possibility of intervening to seize selected assets, such as the Algerian or Libyan oil fields, or Egypt’s Suez Canal.

As a manufactured, synthetic, color revolution, the Egyptian exercise had certain glaring technical weaknesses from the point of view of branding and marketing, which are crucial in such an operation. It had no color or catchy symbol, like the orange of Ukraine, the roses of Georgia, with the cedars of Lebanon. It had no hegemonic slogan, such as the Georgian “Enough!”, the Serbian “He’s Finished!”, the Obamabots’ “Yes we can!”, or the Ukrainian “It’s time!”. They had no charismatic, telegenic demagogue such as the Georgian Saakashvili. The Mubarak regime deprived them of Facebook and Twitter on January 27, and after that Al Jazeera became their main electronic medium, until this channel was shut down as well.

Mubarak also had strengths and weaknesses. His regime evidently knew that the destabilization was coming, and had taken the elementary precaution of preparing a way to quickly shut down the Internet almost completely. On the other hand, the regime proved incapable of keeping out foreign television correspondents who were little more than destabilization agitators. As the world’s largest grain importer, with much of the grain either coming from the United States or being financed by US food aid under the Camp David treaty, Egypt also has a dangerous vulnerability to use of the food weapon by Washington.

Mubarak’s two most salient weaknesses can be seen by comparing his response to Iranian leader Ahmadinejad’s successful resistance to the CIA’s Twitter Revolution in Tehran in June 2009. When the NED unleashed its protests, Ahmadinejad was quick to mobilize the basij — drawn significantly from the underprivileged classes — against the CIA’s golden youth and desperate housewives of north Teheran. Mubarak had his equivalent to the basij in the form of the so-called baltagies, but they were not deployed until the destabilization was more than a week old, and then soon retreated after having been shelled by army tanks. The other thing Mubarak lacked was visible international support. When the Anglo Americans made their move against Ahmadinejad, he was able to fly to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit, where he met with Putin and others, visibly demonstrating the falseness of the Anglo-American propaganda line that he was totally isolated. Mubarak, although he got some support from Russia, Berlusconi, and the PLO, was not able to make use of similar options.

The Egyptian protesters, of course, did have valid grievances — no destabilization is possible without them. Food prices in fuel prices had been rising rapidly, and Egypt’s highly beneficial system of price subsidies for low income workers had been mercilessly slashed over recent years under pressure from the IMF, although it could still provide some degree of protection. Egyptian wages remained much too low. Unemployment was very high, especially among college-educated youth. Many of these problems are of course of the responsibility of Wall Street and London zombie bankers and hedge fund hyenas, and are beyond the purview of the Mubarak regime. Finally, there was a heavy weight of authoritarian repression under the emergency laws which Mubarak had implemented in 1981, in the wake of the assassination of his predecessor Anwar Sadat by the US-UK — with the help of networks inside the Muslim brotherhood, including one led by Zawahiri, later the legendary right-hand man of Osama bin Laden....................

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CAIRO - MUAMMAR Gaddafi's forces fired on mourners leaving a funeral for protesters on Saturday in the eastern city of Benghazi, killing at least 15 people and wounding scores more as the regime tried to squelch calls for an end to the ruler's 42-year grip on power. Libyan protesters were back on th...

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Why has evidence of live fire on civilians been removed?
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 20, 2011 7:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What Iran should do is get a submarine armed with nuclear weapons and transit the Suez canal into waters near Israel. That apparently is not war-mongering nor insolence but perfectly routine. It is when Israel does it to Iran anyway.
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Get ready folks this is going to get ugly!

2 million Egyptians in Tahrir Square many chant To Jerusalem we are heading, Martyrs in the millions


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 20, 2011 7:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Reposting, it is important to know where we stand!

Graphic as any war scene!

Bahrain Royal Family Orders Army To Open Fire On Peaceful Protesters -WARNING GRAPHIC! MAKE VIRAL!


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The * that rule us have forced us into this war! I hope you know full well what that means? Given the speed of change in the Middle East and due to our leaders relentless meddling do you expect mercy in any military or economic retaliation which will likely follow a mass uprising?


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Pro-democracy protesters have set up tents in the Bahraini capital's main square, which has turned to the epicenter for their popular uprising against decades-long monarchy.


On Sunday, the eighth consecutive day of rallies in the Persian Gulf country, the demonstrators flooded Manama's Pearl Square in their thousands, pitching tents, Reuters reported.

The protests have been motivated by the popular revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, which toppled the countries' heads of state. The demonstrators demand freedom and a say in the government of 12-year-long King Hamad ibn Isa Al Khalifa.

So far, at least six people have been killed and hundreds more wounded during regime-ordered crackdown of the uprising. The Sunday demonstrations saw the protesters chanting, “The Army must protect the nation rather than attack it.”

“There are many people, who stayed the night in the roundabout…there are also some protests at the schools,” said one protester, referring to the square, which many have started to call “Martyrs' Circle.”

Sheikh Salman bin Hamad al-Khalifa, the crown prince of Bahrain appointed to talk to protesters, has reportedly entered talks with the opposition groups. The main opposition bloc Al-Wefaq, however, earlier rejected such negotiations.


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(Reuters) - Two Iranian naval ships will sail through the Suez Canal to the Mediterranean on Monday, a Suez Canal official said, in what will be the first passage of Iranian naval ships through the canal since 1979.

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has described Iran's plan to send the ships through the canal en route to Syria as a "provocation."

The official said the vessels would arrive at the southern mouth of the canal in the Red Sea's Gulf of Suez on Sunday. They would enter the canal in the northern convoy on Monday morning and complete the journey to the Mediterranean by evening.

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That's a British built frigate with Rolls Royce engines the Iranians have there.
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Egypt's MENA news agency reported that the request for the ships to pass through the Suez Canal said they were not carrying weapons or nuclear and chemical materials.

And here's the Iranian mountain she's named after
Iran frigate DE 71 Alvand and replenishment ship 431 Kharg will passage the Suez Canal toward the Mediterranean Sea on February 21.
The two ships will dock at the Syrian port of Latkia, the first Iranian naval ships to pass through the canal since Iran's Islamic Revolution in 1979.


Frigate IS 71 Alvand
In April 1988 the US Navy took out one of Alvand's three sister ships in retaliation for a US Guided Missile Destroyer hitting a mine.
LENGTH 94.50m
BEAM 11.07m
DISPLACEMENT 1250 tons / 1540 tons (fl)
ARMAMENT 4 / C-802 SSM
1 / 114mm 55-cal. Vickers Mk 8 DP
2 / 35mm 90-cal. Oerlikon AA (II x 1)
3 / 20mm 90-cal. Oerlikon AA (I x 3)
2 / 12.7mm machine guns (I x 2)
2 / 81mm mortar (I x 2)
1 / 3 round Limbo Mk 10 ASW mortar
6 / 324mm ASW torpedo tubes (III x 2)
MACHINERY CODOG; 2 Rolls Royce Olympus TM-3A gas turbines; 2 Paxman 16-cyl. Ventura diesels; 2 CP props; 46000 shp (turbines) 3800 bhp (diesels)
SPEED 39 knots
RANGE 5000 / 15
COMPLEMENT 135
United Kingdom-built originally armed with nine Sea Cat anti-air missiles and five Sea Killer anti-ship missiles. The Iranian Navy has since replaced these missiles with Chinese equivalents.


Supply Ship 431 Kharg
LENGTH 207.15m
BEAM 25.50m
DISPLACEMENT 33014 tons (fl)
ARMAMENT 1 / 76mm 62-cal. OTO Melara Compact DP
12 / 23mm 87-cal. ZU-23-2 AA
MACHINERY 1 set Westinghouse geared steam turbines; 1 prop; 26870shp
SPEED 21 knots
RANGE -
COMPLEMENT 248
Can accommodate Sea-King size helicopters

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