Interesting revelations. Incendiary, at the very least.
Their first mistake was accepting bribes in US currency—absolutely worthless! LOL
Interesting revelations. Incendiary, at the very least.
Their first mistake was accepting bribes in US currency—absolutely worthless! LOL
A Short Update on the Situation in Egypt and Planetary Situation in General
Posted: 16 Aug 2013 03:06 AM PDT
The historical move of the Positive Military on July 3rd was a big victory of the Light, but the Cabal does not sleep. They are still sending their Blackwater/Xe/Academi snipers to Egypt where they try to create civil war by shooting members of the more peaceful faction of Muslim Brotherhood protestors so that the Positive Military would be blamed.
It would be great if they could repeat that again in their future concerts, the people of Egypt would be grateful.
The Resistance Movement is requesting that the Positive Military forces in Egypt remove Blackwater mercenaries from their country immediately. The Resistance is also requesting a fair and public trial for arrested Muslim Brotherhood officials so that their exact crimes can be exposed to the mass media.
In desperation, the Cabal (Rockefeller faction/Texas boys/Carlyle Group) is preparing plans for false flag Reset and false flag military coup that would look like the Event in September, but those plans will be prevented and will be never allowed to manifest. These plans only have a potential to trigger the real Event a little bit earlier instead.
Below is a collection of items that sheds light on the true state of affairs in Egypt and the tremendous amount of disinfo and propaganda. Is it any wonder we don’t know what to believe any more?
First, a revealing but not surprising video from ‘Idaho Picker’. Thanks to One People Canada on Facebook for this,
This from a fellow named Sayed, who lives in Giza, Egypt from the Cobra Etheric Liberation Facebook page this evening:
And finally, an article from an alternative news site NSNBC International, thanks to The People’s Voice Facebook group.
Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) , – On 14 August 2013, Egypt´s interim-President Adly Mansour has declared a month-long state of emergency. Violent clashes erupted between Muslim Brotherhood protesters and Egypt´s police and military after the interior ministry responded to attempts to create civil war by inciting sectarian violence and after leading Muslim Brotherhood members attempted to stage attacks against police stations.
The interim-government responded by warning protesters to peacefully leave the Campus of Cairo University, Nahda Square and the area near the Rabba al-Adawia mosque in Cairo before cracking down on the protesters who refused to leave.
Eyewitnesses report of scores of dead and injured as protesters, police and military clash as well as of snipers. Analysts have warned for months, that Egypt is being targeted by Western countries and their regional allies for subversion. A one month-long state of emergency has been declared, which arguably may be the last chance for Egypt to avoid a NATO-backed subversion and Balkanization.
On Wednesday, 14 August, dozens of people were killed when Egyptian police and military forces began breaking up sit-in camps of the Muslim Brotherhood at the Nahda Square and the area ear the Rabba al-Adawia mosque in Cairo.
Egypt’s Health Ministry informs that 60 have been killed and more than 800 have been injured during clashes on 14 August. The Muslim Brotherhood claimed first that 600 had been killed and reduced the number to 200 later. The number of people actually killed is, judging on the basis of eyewitnesses who called nsnbc international, likely to be close to the officially reported number of 60. As clashes continue however, the number of killed and injured could rise later today, during the night, and over the coming days. According to latest reports, protests and clashes have begun erupting in other cities throughout Egypt.
Photo: Arrest of Mohammed Morsi
Eyewitnesses report about Snipers and the Involvement of “A Foreign Hand”. The clashes in Cairo on 14 August erupted as police and security forces used armored bulldozers to remove the camps which pro-Morsi and Muslim Brotherhood protesters have erected and maintained since early July, after Egypt´s President Mohammed Morsi was ousted in a bloodless, people-powered military coup d´etat under the leadership of Egypt´s chief of staff, Abdel Fateh al-Sisi on 3 July 2013.
Members of the Muslim Brotherhood claim, that the military has used live ammunition against the protesters. The interim-government and military reject the claims. nsnbc international has received calls from four independent eyewitnesses who stated that snipers had opened fire on protesters and that there are substantiated suspicions about, that foreign powers are involved with terrorist organizations and death squads, to provoke violence from both pro-Morsi protesters and from supporters of the interim-government and the ousting of Mohammed Morsi.
Photo, Egyptian Chronicles
Crackdown followed Attempts to create Sectarian Violence and intercepted Plans to Attack Police Stations. The decision to end the over one month long protest in the sit-in camps came after militant elements increased efforts to create sectarian and political violence, and after intercepting communication among leading members of the Muslim Brotherhood, revealing plans to attack police stations.
Surge in Sectarian Violence. Two weeks ago, Egypt witnessed a sudden surge in attempts to create sectarian violence and politically motivated violence. Incidents of violence and attempts to stir up sectarian strife were particularly intense in the Sinai. Especially provocations against Egypt´s Christian minority increased.
On 9 August, nsnbc international reported about a rally of pro-Morsi protesters in Cairo where protesters left provocative graffiti on the walls and doors of Christian churches and cathedrals. Leading members of the Muslim Brotherhood attempted to position Egypt´s Christian minority as “the ones who stood behind the conspiracy to oust Mohammed Morsi”.
Photo, Egyptian Chronicles
Attempts were made to support the accusations by stressing that the leader of the Christian Church had appeared together with Abdel Fateh al-Sisi, Adly Mansour and other prominent Egyptians on 4 July, after the ousting of Morsi on 3 July, asking both Morsi supporters and the 14 million protesters who had demanded that Morsi should step down or negotiate with the opposition to stop the protests, to refrain from violence and to return the country to normalcy.
Since the beginning of August 2013, Christians in Upper Egypt have been subject to continuous attacks by Islamists. The most intense violence against the Christian minority was committed in the provinces North Sinai, Assuit and Sohag, where numerous people were killed and houses of Christian families were torched and burned down by Islamists. The location of these provinces is consistent with alleged plans to create an emergency in the Sinai.
Intercepted Plans to Attack Police Stations. The Egyptian military and interim-government do not only justify the crackdown on the protesters by referring to the increase in violence and attempts to create sectarian violence and civil war. The Egyptian Interior Ministry stated, that officials of the Interior Ministry have intercepted phone calls from leading members of the Muslim Brotherhood and their supporters, in which the Brotherhood´s leaders have instructed their supporters to stage attacks on police stations. The Interior Ministry´s website states, that the successful intercept enabled the country´s security services to foil the attacks.
Train Services Halted. Arrests of Leading Members of the Muslim Brotherhood. During an appearance on CBC TV, a senior official of the Ministry of the Interior, General Abdel Fateh Othman stated, that several leading members of Egypt´s Muslim Brotherhood have been arrested.
Othman said, that it was yet too early to publicly announce their names. The interim-government has halted all train services throughout the country during the crackdown to prevent the opposition from rallying toward the country´s major cities to aggravate the situation.
Prominent Religious Leaders appeal to All Egyptians to show Restraint. Ahmed el-Tayeb, who is the Grand Imam of al-Azhar, and other prominent religious leaders have addressed the people of Egypt in a live TV broadcast. The prominent clergymen appealed to all Egyptians to show restraint during the ongoing conflict between the interim-government and the supporters of the ousted President Mohammed Morsi. Ahmed e-Tayeb has backed the ousting of Mohammed Morsi on 3 July.
A Month-Long State of Emergency – Facing a Foreign-Backed Subversion. In the early afternoon of 14 August, the government of interim-President Adly Mansour declared a one month-long state of emergency in Egypt. The state of emergency is supposed to empower the government so as to establish a situation, where calm has returned to such a degree, that actual political negotiations between all sides can be initiated, and to create the basis for ending the transitional period to return the country to an elected government as soon as possible. The government of Egypt and indeed its people however, are not merely confronted with the challenge to find a solution to apparently domestic problems. Analysts have for months warned, that Egypt is being targeted for subversion by foreign powers.
Last week, also political leaders from regional countries, including Syria and Iran began warning that Egypt is being targeted by foreign powers in an attempt to create a civil war. On 9 August, the head of state of Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei warned the people of regional countries and especially the people of Iraq and Egypt to be vigilant against attempts to create civil war in their country.
Main Stays of the Evolution of the Attempted, Foreign-Backed Subversion of Egypt. Former Colonial Powers and NATO´s Attempt to Reassert Power over the Sinai Peninsula and Suez Channel. With the discovery of the worlds largest known gas resources in the Persian Gulf, which are shared between Qatar and Iran, in 2007, and with the results of a new survey showing that the gas reserves in the Eastern Mediterranean contained 70 % more gas than estimated after previous surveys, powerful Western players, including the USA, UK and France, together with core members of the governments of Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, began implementing plans to restructure the Middle East by means of two strategies.
The installment of a Qatar / Western controlled Muslim Brotherhood government where possible, such as in Egypt, and subversions where it was impossible to bring about “regime change” by means of “The Arab Spring”, such as in Syria.
After the initial success to install a Muslim Brotherhood government under the Presidency of Mohammed Morsi, Egypt was initially spared for a protracted low-intensity war such as in Syria.
The Balkanization of Egypt however, was nonetheless part of an overall plan for a new Middle East. Elements of this plan are, according to several analysts, the permanent annexation of more than 90 % of the Palestinian West Bank by Israel and the establishment of a “Hamas / Muslim Brotherhood governed Palestinian State in Gaza. This Palestinian state in the Gaza Strip would be utterly dependent on Egypt. Parts of the implementation of the plan were, among others, that Hamas declared Gaza a “Liberated Zone”.
Another preparatory element of the plan for the Egyptian part of the plan for the new Middle East is the plan to establish a Free Trade Zone in the Sinai. The project was heavily backed by Qatar ( UK ) and warmly supported by Hamas and Mohammed Morsi.
The agreement about the Free Trade Zone and related agreements would also endow Qatar ( the UK ) with a considerable degree of influence over the Suez Canal, leading many Egyptians in 2012 to voice grave concerns and accusing Mohammed Morsi that he “sold the Suez Canal to a foreign power“.
To secure that a Western aligned government would remain aligned with the USA, UK, and France during the recolonization of Egypt via the backdoor, the Morsi government would have to be endowed with powers that would guarantee that it could remain in power, unchallenged.
Tahrir Square celebrates Check Mate of Morsi
Hence, the Morsi administration´s suspension of the lower house of Parliament, the suspension of the Constitutional Court and Judiciary, and the subsequent changes to the constitution and election law which should guarantee that it would be all but impossible for non-Islamist parties to even register at the next election.
This plan has failed. It failed when more than 14 million of Egyptians went into the streets on 2 July 2013, and when Egypt´s Chief of Staff, Abdel Fateh al-Sisi ousted Mohammed Morsi on 3 July and installed Adly Mansour as interim-President.
After the Coup by Abuse of Democratic Institutions has failed, Egypt is ripe for the Syria Model. Since the NATO attempt to secure control over the Sinai through the backdoor and the abuse of Egypt´s democratic institutions failed, Egypt is now ripe for being targeted with the Syria variant of NATO´s “Comprehensive Solution for the Middle East“. It is important to notice that the use of the term NATO within this context does not necessarily imply that normal political and command structures of the alliance are used. Rather, it is NATO member states, predominantly the USA (and Israel), the United Kingdom and France, which are attempting to create a situation, a crisis in Egypt, that would justify a military intervention under the pretense of a “Responsibility to Protect” or similar constructs. It is worth recalling that NATO´s top-bras Ivo H. Daalder and James G. Stavridis have called Libya “A teachable moment and model for future interventions”.
One clear indication of the plan to subvert Egypt by means of death squads, by inciting sectarian violence, and by then swarming the country with mercenaries under the banners of al-Qaeda, is the US plan to send Robert Ford to Egypt as US Ambassador to Egypt. The name Ambassador Robert Ford is synonymous with death squads, a history of US manufactured crisis and death and a foreign policy traditions that is spanning from El Salvador over Iraq to Syria.
Month-Long State of Emergency Last Chance to Foil NATO-Backed Subversion of Egypt. The declaration of a month-long state of emergency by interim-President Adly Mansour, on 14 August 2013, can arguably be considered as the last chance to save the nation state of Egypt from subversion and Balkanization.
The alternative to a successful defeat of the foreign-backed attempt to subvert Egypt would be a Qatar / Israeli dominated Islamic Caliphate in the “Free Trade Zone of Sinai” with a Hamas ruled Palestinian micro state in the Gaza Strip as appendices. NATO or NATO controlled troops under the UN banner securing the Suez Canal. The remaining Egypt in a state of sectarian civil war for the coming decade.
As tragic as the death of pro-Morsi protesters today is, as tragic is the death of the policemen and soldiers who died on 14 August. As tragic as the death of more protesters and security forces may be in case that the clashes today would develop into a protracted stand off, the alternative, the successful subversion of Egypt would have far more tragic consequences for all people of Egypt and the country as a whole.
I so regret that due to circumstances beyond my control I didn’t get this message until it was nearly 24 hours old. I hope the required number of people were in a place to do this work.
There is also important historical background in this post as well as the current update, however, so I want to make sure I get it out there.
And remember—the weekly Liberation meditation will take place tomorrow. Sunday, at noon Pacific in the U.S.A.
9:00 am HAST Sunday (Hawaii)
MAKE THIS VIRAL! Liberation of Egypt-Important Update
Now the Positive Military in Egypt has decided to remove them from Egypt. The Positive Military in Egypt has tactical support from the Resistance Movement, Positive Templars and the White Dragon Society. To make their move, members of the Positive Military need the support of the general population also. For that reason, general Sisi addressed the nation of Egypt, requesting people to protest against terrorists (namely Blackwater/Xe/Academi and some Muslim Brotherhood factions) on Friday:
To harmonize the situation and to bring more peace into the situation, the Light forces have requested that as many people as possible support the people of Egypt with our Liberation Meditation. This is time-sensitive and needs to go viral! We need to reach masses of people, so that the critical mass of people actually doing it is attained. Please post it on your websites and blogs. Scientific studies have confirmed positive effects of mass meditations on human society, so each of you that will participate in this meditation can actually save human lives in Egypt.
There is a very strong portal of Light opening on July 29th. You can see its astrological chart here:
This is why it is so important to pray, meditate, send good intentions and love to everyone in Egypt—on both sides. The conflicts are far from over and the situation is still dire. The cabal will not give up easily. We must be diligent in our energetic assistance from afar.
The killing of more than 50 people at a demonstration in support of ousted Egyptian President Morsi in Cairo on Monday has justifiably horrified many in Egypt and internationally. The pro-Morsi elements have placed the blame on the military forces, while the military claims it was attacked with live ammunition. While accusations are hurled back and forth, a new aspect to this story is emerging – the presence of a third force, namely snipers stationed on rooftops firing at both sides of the conflict. This revelation raises serious questions about the true nature of the conflict in Egypt and the disturbing similarities between this incident and similar ones in Syria, Thailand, and elsewhere.
In North America, the daily meditation is now 8 a.m. Pacific, 5 a.m. EST, every day until further notice. They’re not out of the woods yet!
COBRA’s interpretation of events is just a little different from the MSM, isn’t it? Let’s hope the Russian troops on American soil are equally as benevolent as the Egyptian positive military.
I think this is the first time I’ve seen the Templars overtly used in a positive connotation, and we will soon learn that the Templars were originally a positive force in Humanity’s history, and continue to be. They were given a bad name, and that’s just one facet of the diamond among many that is “not what it seems”. Their story is a fascinating one.
Victory of the Light in Egypt
Posted: 05 Jul 2013 03:43 AM PDT
As you probably know, a big victory of the Light has been achieved. In the first large scale coordinated action of the Positive Military in the human history, the Archon-infested Muslim Brotherhood has been removed from power in Egypt.
This action is a result of many months of careful preparation and joint cooperation between the Positive Military, Templars, Resistance Movement and even White Dragons, supported by the human masses.
The action was triggered on July 3rd, which is the moment of Sun-Sirius conjunction, a very powerful Isis portal. It is interesting to note that the name of the Egyptian General Sisi is an anagram of Isis. Mass invocations of Goddess energy have supported the operation of the Light forces and ensured stability and peace throughout the process.
This was one of the main rehearsals for the Event. The experience at the Event will be similar in a way, although it will happen on a scale a hundred times larger. The Resistance has gathered a lot of precious intel about the behavior of human population in situations like this, which will be very useful in fine-tuning the masterplan for the Event.
Although a big victory has been achieved, the story is not over yet. Egypt still has Rothschild-controlled central bank. The Light forces suggest a creation of independent central bank of Egypt which will ensure true independence from the Cabal. The Cabal might try to destabilize the liberation process in Egypt by trying to bribe the military, by supporting the formation of Muslim Brotherhood militias, by manipulating the election process, creating false flag attacks and trying to ignite a civil war.
All this will be in vain as the people of Egypt are awake, aware and strong enough to bring the liberation process to its final completion.
It is still very important to support this process with our daily Liberation Meditations for Egypt every day at 3 pm GMT, which is 5 pm Cairo time.
You can find the time for your time zone here (it is the same every day):
The Youtube video for the meditation is here:
“Egyptians flooded the streets determined to oust Islamist President Mohamed Morsi on the anniversary of his turbulent first year in power, in the biggest protests Egypt has seen since the 2011 revolt.”
I’ve been wanting to get this story posted for a couple of days but Internet was down again yesterday and I ran out of time.
There’s definitely a recurring theme here in so many countries. I think the reason the channeled messages didn’t go into detail about what would happen during these dog-days of suppression is because we probably wouldn’t have believed it.
The number of people I’ve seen in photos just like this one from RussiaToday in the past year is beyond my imagination. I never thought I’d see this.
I REALLY don’t want to see it in America, because any inflammatory actions on our part would surely spark a very bloody revolution. We don’t want to go there. At least, that’s my feeling. This one in Egypt is getting ugly, too.
16 dead, scores injured as millions take to Egypt streets, demand Morsi resignation
Millions spilled out on to the streets of Egypt to demand the resignation of President Mohamed Morsi on the first anniversary of his inauguration, with sporadic outbreaks of violence leaving over a dozen dead and hundreds injured.
On Monday, protesters stormed and ransacked the Cairo headquarters of Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood group. The HQ was the scene of violent overnight clashes between armed pro-government supporters barricaded inside the building and young protesters, who attacked the building with Molotov cocktails and rocks.
The Muslim Brotherhood said it is considering setting up self-defense unites to curb the violence following the storming of their headquarters, with Gehad El-Haddad, spokesman of the Islamist movement, claiming a red line of violence had been crossed.
At least eight people have been killed outside the building since Sunday, while 16 have died nationwide and 781 more have been injured in the mass protest.
The opposition released a statement early on Monday demanding President Mohamed Morsi step down by Tuesday at 5pm, with four Egyptian ministers resigning from Morsi’s cabinet to show solidarity with the protesters.
The movement also called on “police, army and judiciary” to support the people’s will. If Morsi fails to resign by Tuesday, civil disobedience will continue throughout unabated.
“It is the biggest protest in Egypt’s history,” a military source told AFP on condition of anonymity.
From early on Sunday, throngs streamed towards Tahrir Square in Cairo – the birthplace of the protests that displaced former president Hosni Mubarak in 2011 – under the rallying cry of “Leave, Morsi! Leave!”. The organizers, an activist movement called Tamarod, or Rebellion, asked demonstrators – who include pro-democratic secularists, religious minorities, and those suffering in Egypt’s stuttering economy – to leave their party allegiances at home, and bring only national flags to the rally.
“Morsi you have split the people!” chanted the crowd, with some holding placards saying “Freedom to Egypt!”. On the edges of the square banners declared “No Muslim Brotherhood members allowed beyond this point”.
Although, the organized demonstration was scheduled for the evening, even by mid-afternoon, several hundred thousand people squeezed into the increasingly tight space. Tamarod says it is expecting up to 7 million people to eventually join the long-planned protest, with large demonstrations scheduled in every significant population center.
Tamarod says that since April it has gathered more than 22 million signatures demanding Morsi’s resignation, far more than the 13 million votes the long-time Muslim Brotherhood member received in his narrow run-off victory a year ago. Organizers say the president must quit immediately and dissolve the Islamist-dominated Shura Council, the upper chamber of parliament that has been in charge of lawmaking for the past year.
Additionally, protesters are appealing for a re-start on the suspended drafting of a new constitution. Failure to agree on a new founding charter in the wake of Mubarak’s toppling has contributed to the gridlock that has paralyzed the country’s political institutions. A new parliamentary election is also on the list of demands, after the Supreme Court dismissed the pro-Morsi lower house of the legislative assembly last year immediately following the vote, for alleged procedural violations in the run-up to the balloting.