Tarpley and “Cartalucci”… Meet al-Sisi’s New Economic Adviser, Tony Blair

by Scott Creighton

For quite sometime, Webster Tarpley along with the hearts and minds psyop called “Tony Cartalucci”, have been steadily praising the virtues of one Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the neoliberal Obama administration’s latest client regime in Egypt.

Despite the fact that he rose to power only after meeting with U.S. state department and then did so with the same sort of brutal “protesters” we saw in places like Syria, Libya and most recently in Ukraine and Thailand, Mr. Tarpley and “Cartalucci” both continued to present al-Sisi as some sort of counter-IMF, anti-U.S. hero doing the work of the masses. It has long been obvious that nothing could be further from the truth.

They continued supporting Sisi after he sucked-up to Israel, the U.S. war department and Saudi Arabia. Tarpley and “Cartalucci” continued supporting him (often writing screeds calling out the thousands of alternative journalists who could see al-Sisi for the Mubarak-styled monster he was) even after he slaughtered over 2,500 to gain power and then jailed 20,000 others to keep it prior to his sham “election”

Today news has come out from several sources that Tony Blair is going to be al-Sisi’s new economic adviser, telling him how and where Egypt should invest and helping bring all those lucrative multinational trade deals to impose on the people of Egypt along the way.

Is there a mea-culpa expected in the near future for the Sisi twins? Don’t count on it. Shills don’t do take-backs. They aren’t allowed.

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The Vegas Shooting – the “New World Order and Shit” and Other Dangerous Ideas

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: see several updates at the end of this article

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Years ago I wrote that when they decide to make that big leap from the slightly open society we have now to the totalitarian closed one we are destined for, one of the things they need to do is round up the dissidents in a very public manner so that not only are they out of the way, but so they will serve as an example of what happens to you when you think the wrong things.

You can see examples of this taking place right now in Egypt, Thailand and Ukraine. History is rife with examples. Look no farther than Indonesia when we installed Suharto or Chile after we installed Pinochet.

The most recent mass casualty event in the on-going American Gladio op took place in Vegas a few days ago. Two police officers and a woman shopping at WalMart tragically lost their lives. Was this simply a case of two bottom feeders going off? Was it part of a destabilization campaign designed to remake the country into something else? Was Cass Sunstein right about his “dangerous ideas” and the need to wipe them all off the interwebs or is someone helping him make his point as the new CISPA is about to be rolled out?

Let’s see.

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Egypt’s Petty Bourgeoisie Dance the Danse Macabre

by Scott Creighton

For Egypt’s up and coming class, it’s time to celebrate. Another age of American neoliberalism is upon them and they can hardly contain their happy-happy-joy-joy mood.

Sure, the publicly approved  anti-neoliberal constitution was shredded. Sure, the democratically elected government was toppled. Sure, the IMF has their hooks in the country. Sure hundreds upon hundreds of their fellow citizens have been killed and thousands jailed for simply sharing a political belief. But hey… they were poor working class Egyptians. So? What does their opinion mean? They’re poor.

Watch the dance of the organized petty bourgeoisie opposition. Watch them and know the dance. Learn the dance. Because you will see it here soon enough. And if you aren’t dancing when the fascists throw down the gauntlet, you are the terrorists and must be dealt with appropriately in the land of the free and the home of the brave.

Behold Egypt’s dance of the Danse Macabre. (videos after the break)

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Sisi “Wins” Election – Egyptian “Democracy” Restored

by Scott Creighton

I’m not exactly sure how this sham “election” could be any more obvious. Perhaps I should wait until Webster Tarpley or “Tony Cartalucci” weighs in on it before making up my mind. After all, they are the best pro-dictatorship spin doctors in the business.

“The swift decisiveness the Egyptian military has acted with against what is clearly a foreign-driven, armed, dangerous subversion of Egypt’s stability serves as a model for other nations to follow, including Thailand which is facing down the prospect of widespread terrorism carried out by extremists loyal to the US-backed, crumbling regime of Thaksin Shinawatra. It is a model that had Syria or Libya followed, tens of thousands of lives could have been spared, and the lives of millions more left unscathed by years of bloodshed and war. ” “Tony Cartalucci” (not his real name) March 25, 2014

Yes, if we just had a few more brutal military juntas followed up by outrageous political repression in places like Syria and Libya, all that needless violence would have come to an end… sooner.  And the IMF would be happy as clams just like they are in Egypt and Thailand.

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Egypt sentences 683 supporters of ex-President Morsi to death

from RT

An Egyptian court has sentenced to death 683 supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi, including one of his Muslim Brotherhood movement leaders, Mohamed Badie.

The same court reversed 492 of the 529 death sentences it passed in March, replacing the capital punishment for most convicts to life in prison, Egyptian media reported.

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USA declares war on democracy

by Kevin Ryan, Press TV

Since the days of President Woodrow Wilson – that is, for roughly 100 years – the USA has been on a self-styled crusade to “make the world safe for democracy.”

Colossal wars, hot and cold, were fought against German kaisers and fuhrers, Russian communists, and Third World nationalists. The American people were told they were “defending democracy.”

Americans slaughtered 3.5 million Vietnamese, and nearly another million Cambodians, to “defend democracy” in Southeast Asia.

They murdered millions of Iraqis through wars and sanctions to “defend democracy” in the Middle East.

According to André Vltchek and Noam Chomsky’s book On Western Terrorism, the US government has murdered between 55 and 60 million people since World War II in wars and interventions all over the world. If we believe the imperial propagandists, this American Holocaust has been one big defense of democracy.

But now, on the eve of the 100th anniversary of World War I, the US has embarked on a new crusade – to make the world UNSAFE for democracy.

In Ukraine, Venezuela, and Thailand, the US is spending billions of dollars to unconstitutionally eject democratically-elected governments. In Palestine, the US has been trying to overthrow the democratically-elected Hamas government ever since it came to power. In Egypt, the US – under Zionist pressure – recently overthrew the only genuinely democratic government in 5,000 years of recorded history. In Syria, the US insists that the people must not be given the opportunity to re-elect Assad, no matter how many international observers and safeguards ensure honest elections. And in Turkey, the US is undermining the democratically-elected Prime Minister Erdogan in favor of CIA puppet Fethullah Gulen.

Taking the long view, the US is working patiently to destroy democracy in Iran, Russia, and Latin America.

Why does the US government hate democracy?

Because the international bankers who own the US government and run the US empire cannot always buy enough votes to impose their will on every country. So democracy is fine – as long as voters elect the New World Order candidate. But if they vote for a candidate who doesn’t suit the oligarchs, get ready for a coup!

The banksters will overthrow any government that stands up to them – even in the USA. The “termination with extreme prejudice” of the presidency of John F. Kennedy sent a message to all future US presidents.

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Ukraine’s Brown Revolution: Brought to you by your friends at the IMF

by Scott Creighton

Just a couple of quotes from recent articles to put all of this Ukrainian “democracy” into perspective for you.

  • Among the reasons Mr. Yanukovych turned away from signing political and trade accords with Europe in November was his unwillingness to carry out austerity measures and other reforms that the International Monetary Fund had demanded in exchange for a large assistance packageNew York Times
  • A $15 billion bailout package secured by Mr. Yanukovych from Russia in December has been suspended, and Ukraine is now hurtling toward default. New York Times
  • Arseniy P. Yatsenyuk, the leader in Parliament of the Fatherland Party and a leading contender to serve as acting prime minister, pleaded with colleagues to swiftly reach an agreement on the designation of an interim government, which is needed to formally request emergency economic assistance from the International Monetary Fund. New York Times
  • The International Monetary Fund has made clear that it will demand austerity measures and other long-stalled economic changes in exchange for any assistance package. New York Times

As I have written in the past, the color revolution currently unfolding in Thailand was also brought to you by your friends at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as was the illegal Washington backed coup in Egypt.

 

Tony Cartalucci Parroting IMF Talking Points in Favor of Undemocratic Color Revolution

by Scott Creighton

Tony Cartalucci’s credibility is done. He’s working directly for the IMF parroting their claims about Thailand’s rice subsidy program which keeps global agribusiness from harvesting the agricultural base of Thailand just like they did in Mexico and just like they did in Haiti.

The IMF has demanded this program is halted in order to benefit global markets and financial interests and the current government has declined their “valuable” assistance. That was all in mid-November, right as the color revolution started up.

“Tony Cartalucci” (not his real name) has used his Twitter account to start openly attacking the rice subsidies program. He recently called on the military to overthrow the country and install an unelected body of technocrats to rule. The timing of the IMF report and more importantly the current government’s refusal to implement their recommendations coincides perfectly with the start of the current color revolution in Thailand.

So the current government rejects the IMF plan while “Tony Cartalucci” is doing his best to help them implement it. Any questions?

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Sec. Kerry Praises Brutal Junta Dictatorship in Egypt

by Scott Creighton

The pretense is over.

The U.S. backed illegal military coup in Egypt which overthrew the democratically elected government is now codified by the Obama administration as a legitimate government worthy of Sec. John Kerry’s praise.

Thousands have died at the hands of the rekindled Mubarak era death squads and many more disappeared into the old Mubarak style secret police detention systems brought back by al-Sisi when he took power after being given the go-ahead by Kerry and other high ranking Obama administration officials.

The constitution which was purposefully written by the Morsi government to prohibit IMF austerity reforms and safeguard worker’s rights in Egypt, is gone. Torn up. Being rewritten by technocrats with neoliberalism and free market reforms at the forefront of their concerns.

Morsi was about to sign up with the BRICS nations, creating what he called the E-BRICS alignment. All of that is over with now.

al-Sisi has cracked down on the tunnels leading into Gaza which the Palestinians have come to depend on for providing the bare necessities of life in the largest open air prison in the world.

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Kerry Confuses al-Assad with al-Sisi and Other Updates

by Scott Creighton

Welcome to Labor Day weekend in the land of the Big Lie Big Distraction.

The last big holiday over here, July 4th, was used as cover for an illegal coup in Egypt which was green-lighted by none other than Sec. Kerry and Susan Rice. Hell, they even gave their “Color Revolution Players”™ some fireworks to shoot off so the folks back here would feel right at home watching those videos.

“look ma. It must be legit. They got fireworks just like we do!God bless America… in Egypt!”

It’s also the kick-off weekend of college football. You think that doesn’t matter? With this economy and all of the horrible WWIII prognostication floating around, you’re going to find a good number of people jumping into the All American distraction with both feet. Go Seminoles!

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Online Campaign for Mubarak for President 2014 Begins

by Scott Creighton

As I wrote the other day, the new technocrat-written Egyptian constitution does two things aside from cancelling out the anti-neoliberal protections that I have written extensively about: it makes the Freedom and Justice Party of the Muslim Brotherhood illegal which is the largest political party in Egypt, and it lifts the ban on the corrupt party of former dictator Hosni Mubarak.

Imagine what would happen if the Obama administration outlawed the Republican Party going into the presidential election of 2016 here in the states with Hillary Clinton smirking in the background of the press conference as he announced it.

Imagine if he then used the military and the FBI to start arresting leading Republican candidates and politicians (that’s to say nothing of him suspending the constitution)

That is exactly what has happened in Egypt. They arrest 75 more Muslim Brotherhood leaders just the other day bringing the total up to 5,000 or so (official numbers. God knows how many they have really disappeared)

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As the image indicates, there are already those positioning the former dictator of Egypt for a run at the presidency as soon as the SCAF junta led by al Sisi finishes doing their dirty work preparing the country for “elections”

They are making sure the Egyptian people don’t vote the wrong way this time.

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Israeli lawmaker Ben-Eliezer: Egyptian street longing for Mubarak

from JTA

The people of Egypt have been longing for Hosni Mubarak, Israeli lawmaker Benjamin Ben-Eliezer said as the ex-Egyptian president was released from prison.

Mubarak was freed on Thursday to a waiting helicopter, which took him to a military hospital. He will remain under house arrest after spending more than two years in prison.

His retrial on charges of complicity in the killing of nearly 900 protesters in the popular 2011 uprising that forced him from office is scheduled to start next week. Mubarak, who served 30 years as Egyptian president, also had been convicted in a Cairo court on corruption-related charges.

I think the discharge was to be expected,” Ben-Eliezer, of the Labor party, told Ynet on Thursday. “We’ve been hearing a longing for Mubarak from the people of Egypt for a long time. These are the sounds of the Egyptian street.

Mubarak is not an innocent man, but he contributed greatly to stability in the Middle East and in the West in general. He loves his people.”

Mubarak resigned in February 2011 following three weeks of intense street demonstrations and citizen uprising.

Hosni Mubarak to be Set Free Same Day New Constitution Announced?

by Scott Creighton

hmmm.. al Sisi’s unusually brutality has been escalating the horrors for a week straight… across the world everyone is calling for a “political solution”… and Mubarak to be released from prison on the same day the new technocrat written constitution lifts the ban on his political party… hmmmmm

Most of the news sources out there talking about this latest development in the post-coup dictatorship of al Sisi are stating the news as fact; that Hosni Mubarak, our puppet dictator in Egypt for 30 years, is to be set free this week, possibly as early as Weds.

I’m not so sure about this story. Seems like a different game is afoot.

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Junta Backed Down from Threats of Violence: “seditious and unpatriotic” to Ask About Morsi

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: Supporters of the illegal coup have started attacking protesters in the two locations they have been staging their peaceful demonstrations. Press TV has a report with some video footage.

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After making several announcements on Sunday, warning of a final police crackdown on the pro-Morsi protesters, it seems the illegal junta in Egypt decided there were just too many protesters in the streets on Monday so they let the protests continue without disruption.

“Amid apparent division over whether and how to break up two protest camps full of supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi, Egypt‘s leaders have not yet carried out what rights advocates fear will be a violent crackdown.” CS Monitor

“Supporters of toppled President Mohammed Morsi increased the pressure on Egypt’s interim leadership by defiantly flooding into two protest camps Monday, prompting police to postpone moving against the 6-week-old sit-ins because they feared a “massacre.” AP

As I wrote yesterday, al Sisi’s threats on Sunday prompted a massive turnout at the two protest sites, bringing Egyptians from all political factions out in the thousands to stand beside the protesters who have been camped out in those locations since the illegal coup took place on July 3, 2013.

Though this is a major victory for the pro-democracy protesters, it may be short-lived with al Sisi issuing new threats.

Also, ominous statements from a source close to the Egyptian military seem to suggest that merely wondering aloud about the condition and location of Morsi is treason.

Yesterday’s victory by the protesters may be very short lived.

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Is Morsi Already Dead? The Judiciary Extends his “Detention”

by Scott Creighton

Immediately upon the capture of Moammar Gadhafi, the most recent successful regime change operation from the Obama White House, Hillary Clinton gave the order to her destabilization terrorists to kill the man in order to ensure he never returns to power and to make an example of him to stubborn regimes across the world. This was done brutally and publicly.

Today, the Mubarak backing judiciary which suspended parliament back in Nov. when they were trying to finish the constitution, has decided to extend the detention of the elected president of Egypt for another 15 days.

As I said before, it’s more likely than not that Obama’s new puppet regime in Egypt has already murdered Morsi in order to make damn sure he is never reinstated.

The fact that ObamaGod wants Robert Ford to become our next ambassador to the country certainly doesn’t bode well for Egyptians or Morsi himself.

Ford’s specialty is helping dictatorial regimes set up death squads (Iraq) or running terrorist mercs in countries we need to have destabilized (Syria). He’s a disciple of one John Negroponte, the father of the Salvadorian Option and one of the most brutal and ruthless neo-liberal crusaders this country has ever produced.

So the question is: is Morsi already dead and the junta preparing for serious turmoil once the Egyptian people find out he was martyred?

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