Ashraf Marwan was Sadat's chief of staff.
In 2002, the London-based Israeli historian Ahron Bregman alleged that Marwan was Israel's "master spy" in Cairo.
Reportedly, Marwan may have been a double agent. (Urban Dictionary: Ashraf Marwan)
The book "The Angel: Ashraf Marwan, the Mossad and the Surprise of the Yom Kippur War," (2010) by Uri Bar Yosef, a political scientist at the University of Haifa, claims Marwan was not a double agent and was, in fact, only spying for Israel.
Marwan's son is married to Hania Moussa, daughter of Amr Moussa.
Amr Moussa hopes to become President of Egypt.
Egyptian Military, a History of Manipulations....
Freedom House, NED, Soros/CIA NGO's, MOSSAD, MI6 convoluted Color Revolutions...?
1. It would appear that the Egyptian military is taking its orders from Washington and Tel Aviv....
The military's "displays of support for the protesters were conspicuous throughout the capital.
"In the most striking example, four armored military vehicles moved at the front of a crowd of thousands of protesters in a pitched battle against the Egyptian security police defending the Interior Ministry." (Egyptian Military Does Little to Quash Protests)
The Egyptian army chief of staff General Sami Enan has been meeting U.S. defense officials in Washington. (US BACKS EGYPTIAN COUP)
Cairo by daniel.gene
When the CIA toppled Indonesia's Suharto it had the support of the key American-trained generals. (aangirfan: STAGED BY SPOOKS: FALL OF THE BERLIN WALL, ORANGE ... )
These Indonesian generals got their soldiers to dress up as students in order to carry out the rioting; the military transported criminal gangs into Jakarta; youths were paid to act as rioters.
When the May 1998 Jakarta riots took place, the uniformed military were invisible.
The tanks only appeared after the president had been fatally weakened.
Egyptians by agoork
2. Parts of Egypt are peaceful.
The organisers of the riots have concentrated on a relatively few key spots.
"The situation in the Red Sea resorts remain(s) calm."
Similarly, in Jakarta in May 1998, the military only had the resources to organise rioting in a few key areas of the city. (aangirfan: STAGED BY SPOOKS: FALL OF THE BERLIN WALL, ORANGE ... )
Egypt by upyernoz
On 29 January 2011, Hamad Subani wrote: "Tunisia & Egypt: Manufactured Crisis? "
Hamad Subani looks at some history:
1. During World War I, it was the British who organised the Arab revolts.
The British did this in order to break up the Turkish Ottoman Empire, which controlled most of the Middle East.
(This Turkish empire included Palestine and oil rich Iraq, both of which certain British leaders wanted to control.)
2. The Western powers decided which families were to be the nominal rulers of the Arab countries.
"The rulers of Jordan now exclusively marry into Western ruling elite. Libya has ... close secret ties with the British ruling elite."
(There is a suggestion of a link to Lockerbie -Are Tunisia and Egypt facing real unrest or a manufactured crisis? )
3. The present unrest "is very region-specific.
"It does not seem to be spreading to places ... which are already under the thumb of the Powers That Be."
4. "There is the case of German/Swedish snipers/hunters being caught in Tunisia."
5. "The Western media appears to be magnifying the crisis."
Egyptians by upyernoz
6. "Mohamed ElBaradei is already being touted as a new leader for Egypt....
"ElBaradei is a trustee of the International Crisis Group.
"Another board member of this group is Zbigniew Brzezinski.
"George Soros/CIA/MI6 sits on the executive committee."
Alexandria by ayman6681
7. The Iranian Revolution of 1970 was "on the lines of an Islamicized French Revolution (mob rule, executions, secret courts, destruction and displacement of the former ruling class etc.)
"The revolutionaries managed to create a powerful police state that now spearheads the clash of civilizations rhetoric prescribed by the Powers That Be.
"The secret ties of the Western ruling elite with some of the revolutionaries has been documented."
Little did Mossadegh and the Shah know that "the Powers That Be saw them only as temporary placeholders until Iran was consolidated under a new regime that was to play a critical role in advancing the 'Clash of Civilizations' agenda."
Reza Shah "turned over the police, intelligence and economic affairs of his country to his Western 'friends' who promptly set out to use them to create the conditions necessary for the revolution..." (See also: aangirfan: The Shah of Iran was toppled by the CIA and MI6?)
Cairo by nadeem_london
8. In 1970, 'an opportunist', Anwar Sadat, became President of Egypt.
In 1977, Sadat 'naively' opened up Egypt’s economy to the West.
"The World Bank moved in, insisting that he remove subsidies on food...
"What followed were the Bread Riots in which 800 Egyptians were killed and Sadat was almost overthrown..."
Sadat was assassinated in 1981 by the MB/CIA....
"There were certain secretive and shadowy elements who coordinated the assassination..."
Egypt may be the new Iraq?
Iraq now has high unemployment, intense poverty and widespread corruption.
Iraq lacks basic services and security.
Bombings continue to kill people.
On 29 January 29 2011, Anthony Wile explained the Elite Desperation Over Failing Middle East Psyops
"The UK Telegraph ... claims that the United States leadership not only secretly backed the current uprisings in Egypt, it was actively aiding and abetting the protesters....
"The Anglo-American power elite has apparently decided to destabilize the Middle East in order to create regulatory democracies with an Islamic tinge (an arrogant assumption in my view).
"The ultimate goal is to buttress the war on terror and deliver enhanced authoritarianism to the West – and the Western middle classes that are always the targets of the elite.
"But as usual, the Internet has apparently upset elite plans.
"How does one run a 'black ops' of this magnitude while being exposed in real time?
"... Yes, it seems to me that with plans exposed, Western elites may have decided to take credit for the Middle Eastern uprisings."
Egypt by kimhino. Don't believe the mainstream media.
On 30 January 2011 we learn that Israel is denying reports of Israeli commandoes in Cairo to help topple Mubarak
Israel sees Egyptian people as its main Arab enemy.... (WHAT THE USA AND ISRAEL REALLY THINK ABOUT EGYPT)
The Iranian media has reported that Israeli secret agents and Commandos are among the protesters and that they are deliberately creating riots and preventing the city from returning to order.
Egypt's Vice-President OMAR Suleiman is working for Israel and DIA/CIA....
For the last couple of days the Al Jazeera live stream and Livestation have been overloaded with traffic and at least from my end virtually impossible to watch. I found this morning that the Dailymotion Al Jazerera feed is working fine so that may be an option if you're having problems.
I don't know the words to use but the Egyptian protests are exciting to put it mildly. The question remains will this be a revolution where the will of the masses prevail or end up as just a continuation of the U.S. and Israel's desire to divide the middle east and northern Africa into more easily manageable parts.
My feelings on this are best summed up :
"We should be skeptical. There might be two revolutions here. One merely a consolidation of power, and the second genuine. People around the world want to throw off their corrupt governments. I know I do. Our government no longer pretends to operate Constitutionally or uphold the law for all. Yet politics around the world keep providing these fake change moments - like our last election. It let's off just enough steam to appease, or confuse, the people so that no real change comes about."
One important thing to remember is that no matter how the U.S. administration, the CIA and other intelligence services are working to influence the ultimate outcome in Egypt, they are not omnipotent. They have money and power and allies but they are only human. The outcome of their agenda is in doubt. The people can have the power if they can just learn how to use it and see through the lies they are being fed. It requires taking chances.
Hillary Clinton seems to now be the mouthpiece of U.S. policy but has been speaking out of both sides of her mouth. Democracy is an Orwellian term when it comes from her globalist zio puppet tongue. As much as she tries to hide it, she is worried that the house of glass is going to break.
Hats off to the real Egyptians. Americans may one day take this page in history and learn from it.
Also see: Twelfth Bough ... Les Visible ... Facts Not Fairies ... Greg Bacon ... American Everyman ... WRH ... and others on the blog roll for viewpoints on what is happening. It is interesting times indeed....
AFTER TUNISIA, FAMILIAR CIA TRADEMARKS NOW SEEN IN EGYPT TO IMPLEMENT THE NWO
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1. We suspect that Israel/USA want Egypt to be more fundamentalist, feudal, backward, weak and easy to control....
That should not be too difficult.
According to the Pew Research Center, Washington:
82% of Egyptian Moslems support the stoning of adulterers.
77% support amputations and whipping of thieves.
84% support the death sentence for apostasy.
Once Mubarak is toppled by the CIA-Mossad-NATO, Israel may again find an excuse to invade Egypt. Israel wants to control the Nile and the Suez Canal.
2. Does Israel want us to think it is frightened of the CIA's Muslim Brotherhood?
On 1 February 2011, Time magazine reports that "As the Egypt's Crisis Grows, So Do the Anxieties in Israel"
"Shlomo Avnieri, a political scientist at Hebrew University... describes two possibilities:
"military rule, with or without Mubarak as figurehead,
"or 'chaos and disintegration' that ends with rule by Islamists and nationalists descended from Gamal Abdel Nasser, Egypt's second President.
"Israelis most dread the ascent of the Muslim Brotherhood (who are linked to the Masons, MI6 and the CIA - )....
"'What will not come to pass is ... a democratic neighbor, because democracies don't appear overnight,' Avnieri tells TIME...
" U.S. diplomatic cables published by WikiLeaks/CIA last year included diplomats' complaints that the Egyptian military continued to regard Israel as its principal enemy and prepared for war in the Sinai Desert, which lies between them."
3. Israel wants good relations with all its neighbors?
Think of Gaza, West Bank, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey...
Egypt crisis: Israel faces danger in every direction
A comment on the above story at the UK Telegraph:
"Why murder Mabhouh in Dubai? Why murder Elie Hobeika in Lebanon....? Why murder those nuclear scientists in Iran?
"...You murdered those Turkish activists on the Mavi Marmara..."
Cairo by El-Branden Brazil
4. What is the Israeli attitude to fundamentalist Islamic countries like Iran?
Israel supplied the Ayatollahs with weapons...and has a close understanding with the Alawite Dictators of Syria spanning over 40 years.....
According Trita Parsi:
Arms sales to Iran totaled an estimated $500 million from 1980 to 1983 according to the Jaffee Institute for Strategic Studies at Tel Aviv University.
"According to Ahmad Haidari, "an Iranian arms dealer working for the Khomeini regime, roughly 80% of the weaponry bought by Tehran" immediately after the onset of the war originated in Israel. 
Arms shipments from the U.S. to Iran in the Iran-Contra Affair were facilitated by Israel.
Israel is reported to have supplied instructors and non-armaments help to Iran for the war effort.
Israel kept Iranian planes flying in spite of a lack of spares; and Israeli instructors taught Iranian commanders how to handle troops.
There were never less than about a 100 Israeli advisers and technicians in Iran at any time throughout the war, living in a carefully guarded and secluded camp just north of Tehran; they remained there even after the ceasefire.
Recently declassified Pentagon documents reveal the 1980s operation called 'Tipped Kettle,' in which weapons stolen by Israel from the PLO in Lebanon were transferred to the Contras and to anti-American elements in Iran.
(The truth about Israel, Iran and 1980s U.S. arms deals - Haaretz ...)
Cairo by JordiGP
5. On 1 February 2011, Winter Patriot (http://www.winterpatriot.com/) puts the Egyptian Revolution in Context
Among the points made:
1. Israel wants three things to come out of this conflict-
A pipeline transporting water from the Nile to Israel for their swimming pools.
Control of the Suez Canal, as it is a choke point for trade between Europe and Asia (read China) and
The break up of Egypt to remove it as a military force and as an economic ally of China
2. The Zionists want a land stretching from the Nile to the Euphrates.
3. Mubarak recently stated outright that no Egyptian water would be delivered to Israel.
4. The Israel was involved in the coup in Tunisia. Events in Tunisia increased pressure on Mubarak.
5. There already exists a pipeline delivering water from the Nile to Al Arish in the Sinai, forty kms from the Israeli border.
There is the possibility of a future Israeli invasion into Sinai and onto the Suez Canal.
Egypt by Joey Harrison
6. Israel intends to plant itself in the middle of the oil trade routes.
The pipelines to the ports of Haifa and Eilat together with the Suez canal are critical control points to choke off oil to China in the event of war.
7. The US and Israel are currently causing trouble for Yemen, Somalia, Sudan and now Egypt.
All these countries adjoin the strategic sea route of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. Other countries on the Red Sea are Saudi Arabia, Eritrea and Djibouti. Can they expect the same? I think so.
8. In Egypt, the protesters are being set up as patsies.
The new "extreme" government will provide a cassus belli for war with Israel who will plead 'self defence', as they always do.
The resulting war and internal civil strife for Egypt will lead to it being broken up into at least two countries, Upper and Lower Egypt and weakening and impoverishing it in the process.
The process impoverishes these countries through weakening their ability to resist the criminal trade in drugs and humans (incl body parts) that NATO sponsors.
Kosovo, for instance, is far worse off now than it ever was. As is every single country that has seen military intervention from the great liberators, US and NATO and the budding colonialists, Israel.
This fate awaits the people of Egypt. They will cease to be a military threat of any kind.
10. However the Globalists have had their failures.
They have failed to maintain control over Russia with the rise of Vladimir Putin. They failed in their invasion of Lebanon in 2006.
Some bloggers believe the Egyptian revolt has not been long planned by the CIA-Mossad-NATO.
These are the sort of people who cheered for Obama before he got elected.
These are the sort of people who have never heard of Allen Lawrence Pope and Operation Haik
Mubarak is very rich, but so is Dick Cheney.
And let's not forget $1.3 TRILLION dollar tax gift to the richest 43,000 multi-millionaires/billionaires in the U.S.A.
Some figures (Egypt.):
1. Between 1980 and 2007 Egypt’s Human Development Index (HDI) rose 42%.
2. Egypt’s average annual HDI growth was 10th fastest worldwide and almost double the global average.
3. Between 2005 & 2008 Poverty, as defined by those living under $2/day, fell over 11%
4. Only 16% of the population now live on less than $2 per day.
5. The Gini Index, the international measure of wealth inequality, fell 7% between 1999 & 2007.
6. The share of the poorest 10% in national income rose 5% and the share of richest 10% fell 6% in the same period.
The ratio of the wealth of the richest to the poorest 10% also fell 10%....
1st, the story that appeared in the Telegraph is almost certain to be disinformation psyops designed to confuse the protesters....and the rulers alike...with CIA/Wikileaks.... Why There was no such Telegraph story during the Green revolt in Iran, which most certainly was western/Israeli backed....?
2nd, why not simply allow Mubarak to transition quietly to his son? HE would have been totally subservient to US interests. It's hard to imagine they will get a more compliant puppet out of this uprising.
3rd, the deer in the headlights look on the faces of US officials look way too authentic. These guys look like they have no idea what hit them or what to do about it.
4th the clumsy attempt to put Omar Suleiman in power looks like its falling on its face already. EVERYBODY in Egypt knows this clown is foreign agent. Mubarak might as well cut out the middleman and appoint the Mossad chief as VP.
5th Most important of all is the fear in the public is gone. The internal security apparatus got its ass kicked by an angry crowd. There is no turning back from that. And without that fear, it doesn't matter who is president. He will not be able to scare the public into submission.
This is all about trying to preserve the aura of the US, the sense that it controls everything when in fact its loosing control by the day....