I don’t know about you, but I’m watching all this unfold in Egypt with a kind of nervous scepticism. While many are saying this is the beginning of an uprising chain-reaction that will bring in new life and hope to other oppressed nations.
I hope so, but I have my doubts.
I hate to rain on anyone’s parade, especially regarding hope. I do have hope for humanity and we are waking up at an astounding rate. That will continue whether it manifests in physical uprisings like Egypt or not.
It’s just that people are so easily fooled.
The Illuminati news organ AP (Associated Propaganda) is already pushing global puppet ElBaradei to the forefront again in the very first announcement of Mubarak handing power over to the military:
“In these grave circumstances that the country is passing through, President Hosni Mubarak has decided to leave his position as president of the republic,” a grim-looking Suleiman said. “He has mandated the Armed Forces Supreme Council to run the state. God is our protector and succor.”
Nobel Peace laureate Mohammed ElBaradei, whose young suporters were among the organizers of the protest movement, told The Associated Press, “This is the greatest day of my life.”
“The country has been liberated after decades of repression,” he said adding that he expects a “beautiful” transition of power. (source)
And that’s how it works.
It all gets co-opted, whatever percentage of the uprising is genuine–and I agree it’s a lot. Suddenly the protesters are the good guys as the press “guides” you into the desired outcome by staged interviews with selected people giving you “the wonderful liberating solution”.
We all know it’s staged. Many of them know it’s staged. But this collective consciousness called “the world” is a thoroughly manipulated creation that has tremendous inertia and power over anyone not fully conscious. That’s just the state of today’s dumbed-down and mind controlled society, sorry to say.
Case In Point – 9/11
If the so-called “greatest country on earth” can so easily be completely hoodwinked with a scam as obvious as 9/11 and the rise of phony terrorism, who’s to stand?
Yes, people are waking up. And it’s wonderful.
But where’s the public outrage here in the U.S? What “demonstration” gets any publicity about anything against the government any more, unless it’s a staged event? Look at the Tea Party movement. Now it’s OK to talk about because they co-opted that as well–and their “new, improved groundswell” reps are now dutifully pushing for the extension of the Patriot Act.
Before this the Tea Party movement was completely unreported because they didn’t have control over it yet.
I know, that’s hopefully the signal Egypt is giving, to get out there and you’ll get results, and that others will hopefully follow. Maybe. When push comes to shove people will act out. Just don’t ever forget WHO’s doing the pushing and shoving. And that they know what they’re doing and why. The WHO didn’t cut back their food rations in Egypt without knowing they’d hit a tipping point–and their trained operatives were all in place to show they just how to “revolt.”
As with WikiLeaks, be careful
If I sound cynical I apologize. But I think this is realistic. We have to stay very awake and aware and not get swept into the emotion of anything, whether it seems good or bad. I have friends who were so jacked by the WikiLeaks revelations thinking it was going to bring the system down, but when I told them be careful, it’s very likely a psyop or will be turned into one, it was a complete bummer for them. Turns out that was the case.
It’s not that we shouldn’t get excited at victories, we just need to stay sober and vigilant like never before.
Cautious optimism comes to mind.