Thursday, February 3, 2011

Arabic revolutions – a prelude to the end of the world?

Soon a common sight close to you?

Let´s say both the Tunisian and Egyptian rebellion turn out to be successes. I mean in a way that they actually bring in some democratic ideals and more open societies with no or very little of religious fundamentalism. I don´t think this will happen, but let’s say it does.

There are two groups that will hate such a development: Neo-cons (or rather the American policy in the region) and lefties in general.

Neo-cons and the American doctrine have tried to hammer in some kind of mixture of democracy, hypocrisy, Christianity and market economy under protection of the very elusive and contradictory MuslimTerroristHackerPedophile act, murdering millions of Muslims in the process. Killing entire families, raping women, using live people as target practice and making hundreds of thousands homeless is apparently the way to bring democracy to Arabic and Muslim countries.

This is especially funny since the entire reason for Neo-cons and their warmongering friends to throw bombs is stupendously shady to start with. To top it all off in order to protect democracy from the people we´re bombing, raping and murdering (how dare they think about striking back! Fuckin terrorists!) we apparently need to destroy our democracy with law after law, regulation after regulation not even thought of by George Orwell.

All of this is very funny, but not really the sort of dealings that create friendship.

With the people of the largest Arab nation demanding that they be allowed to fulfill their potential, such a change portends a huge shift in the balance of power in the region. For the U.S. has played only a negative role in the Egyptian advance, so whatever government replaces the current one in Egypt, it will not serve American interests.

We´ve already seen escalating protests in other countries such as Jordan, and hopefully Saudi-Arabi is next and if so that would be a crippling blow to U.S. interests in the region. And if Tunisians and Egyptians can do it, so can Iranians. How can the league of injustice and the coalition of mass murderers defend invading and attacking Iran then?

Democracy, freer countries and this together with Islam would not fit well into this outlook on the world. Not that it’s only reserved for Americans and Neo-cons. Many (a majority) in the western world seem to share such a notion. We only need to look at how people cheer on the slaughter in Afghanistan to find this out.

The left have even more to lose and this for several reasons. Firstly socialists, communists and their blood-soaked compadres feed on contradictions and class-thinking. They want and need adversaries in the world, so without Muslims vs Christians or students against dictators they wither.

Secondly people gathering in mass against tyranny and oppression is the nightmare of every leftie on the planet. They do claim to be on the side of the people, but that’s only until their regime have taken hold, then it’s back to what lefties do best; instituting death-camps, prosecute individual thinking and shot people who don´t agree with collectivism. This is a matter of fact and history proves it to be so.

Thirdly without a dictatorship and an American (western) doctrine of stability in the region, it will make it that much harder for the leftie propaganda machine to find new recruits. Normally terrorist organizations and people standing up against what lefties regard as U.S. capitalism is the perfect breeding ground for all the things that are wrong and horrible with their murdering ways. A terrorist becomes their ally, youngsters throwing stones their new best friends, and suicide bombers are heroes of the people. Although I, and many others, can agree that certain aspects of resistance and rebellion may be a good thing, lefties have this down to a science and no matter what the reason for a terrorist attack or who´s behind it, they salute it. In other words democratic Arabic/Muslim countries are not a good thing for the socialist movement.

You also need to know that these two groups have things in common when looking at what is going on. Something in common that is shared by virtually every regime in the history of mankind, no matter the color, ideology or rhetoric. Look at what is going on. I mean really look behind the curtain and think for a moment what has happened.

Firstly the Egyptian regime tried to close down all communications. They closed out internet almost completely, they locked out cell phones, and they have done their very best to make TV/radio/media work in their favor. Feels familiar doesn’t it?

The Chinese have blocked broadcasting and internet searches containing words like “Egypt”, just to make sure that people are not aware of what is going on. They may get influenced you know. People may start thinking, reacting. This will not do, so of course other dictatorships react in the same manner.

But think about it, does this really stop with dictatorships?

Have you seen how our supposed “democratic” leaders are clamping down on wikiLeaks? How they impose controls, monitoring systems and buy super computers (that you pay for) to keep track on your internet activities? Ever heard of the Swift agreement? In every country on the planet governments are implementing electronic surveillance into the extreme, and they want to save all communications for it to be available for police and security forces. In the beginning it was to protect us from those MuslimTerroristHackerPedophiles, now they aren´t trying to pretend as hard anymore.

Do I even need to mention naked body scanners?

And we now also know that he European Union is apparently considering blocking out gaming sites, and interestingly enough the EU (and others) are imposing ‘Passenger Name Record’ (PNR) which means they won´t only record who travels where, but also with whom you may be traveling, what hotels bookings have been made, phone number, credit card information, requests about specific meals on flight and at hotels etc. etc. Add in the growing number of politicians asking to “filter out unnecessary and immoral” sites/blogs/information that they may not like, and we have a fine little prelude to what’s to come.

Consider that the U.S. and the Obamination now have a “kill switch” to knock out internet in their entire country. Just in case you know…

You need to be a very naïve and highly stupid person to not see the writing on this wall.

And there´s one additional thing the two groups, the Egyptian government and your own government (no matter who they are), have in common. Mostly this is regarded as tin-foil hat stuff, but it has nevertheless been proven time and again.

What I am talking about is false flag attacks and staged clashes.

If you watched the TV as “pro-Mubarak Protesters” who are paid for by NDP (the ruling party) by admission of NDP officials, started to attack peaceful and unarmed protesters, then you should really pay attention. In Egypt dozens were killed and hundreds injured and the “Pro-Mubarak Protesters” captured by anti-Mubarak people had police ID’s on them... Again you don´t need to be a rocket scientist to figure out the idea behind this plot – to use clashes and violence as a pretence to ban demonstrations in concern for public safety, and to show that the ones demonstrating are only angry deluded thugs and led a stray youngsters. This should also feel very familiar.

This has happened before during anti-globalization demonstrations and anti-Bilderberg meetings held in your town. Not to mentioned a tactic used by Hitler, Stalin and countless others to show that they are on the side of the people and the ones demonstrating are anti-democratic and/or un-patriotic.

As said, a very common practice by all governments.

Not that all governments use their police or hired bandits to clash with protesters, but they do use the same rhetoric, and they certainly use such events to impose more controls.

The more you resist and fight, the harder the hammer comes down.

To this point I think most of you are with me, at least partly I do believe most of you agree. Sadly (but also humorously) none of you will do anything about it, not until it’s too late.

You see the world is about to enter the worst cataclysm in the history of mankind.

We have hundreds of trillions of fictitious derivatives floating around out there and together with hundreds of trillions more of Debt Mountains this is a house of cards waiting to be blown over by the biggest shit storm ever seen. The scams, the debts, the behind-the-scenes dealings and propped up markets will crash – it’s just a matter of time. And WHEN they do, how do you think all of these “protective measures” will be used? To protect you or to protect those in charge?

Believe me when I say that what is happening in Egypt now is exactly what will happen in your country very soon. And the outcome of such events around the globe will then determine what happens to the human race. Just think about what happened when we had the minor problems during the 1920’s and 1930’s, and then take those minor problems times a hundred and factor in nukes into the equation. Do you see a happy shiny existence?

Religious nuts, mad “thinkers” and doomsayers have been arguing that the end of the world is nigh for thousands of years. Hell, Jehovah’s witnesses have predicted the end of the world practically every year for 150 years. This time however it may actually happen.

If you don´t believe it, that´s your problem, me I will watch the show and laugh, and laugh, and laugh…

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