Friday, January 28, 2011

IMF Riots take Hold

With Iceland, Greece, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and other countries going before them Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, Yemen, Albania and Egypt take a stab at rioting -
The Egyptian dissident Mohamed ElBaradei warned President Hosni Mubarak today that his regime is on its last legs, as tens of thousands of people prepared to take to the streets for a fourth day of anti-government protests.

The Nobel peace prize winner's comments to the Guardian represented his strongest intervention against the country's authoritarian government since he announced his intention to return to Egypt to join the protests. "I'm sending a message to the Guardian and to the world that Egypt is being isolated by a regime on its last legs," he said.

His words marked an escalation of the language he used on arrival in Cairo last night, when he merely urged the Mubarak government to "listen to the people" and not to use violence.
The Real Effect

Of course, how far behind is Japan or the United States for that matter? If the Suez Canal gets shut down, commodity costs, especially oil will probably explode as the vital shipping channel stops traffic.

As I stated back in May of 2010 -
There is a fundamental change in the way the middle-class and below of the world view the world. An "enlightenment" if you will. Here is the crux of the problem though. The globalists understood that the sheep would wake up, in fact they anticipated and planned for it by naming it the IMF riot. The relevant question is, who can outflank who here? Will the people get to the globalists before they are able to pull the trigger on the full police state?
In the Religious War Series, I outlined the sides that would start moving. Notice the following countries listed -
Side 2: Muslim/Communist -
  • Russia
  • Asia (Afghanistan, Pakistan, South Ossetia)
  • Mideast (Iraq, Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Gaza)
  • African Union (Yemen, Niger, Ethiopia, Somalia, Mauritania, Mali, Algeria)
Side 3: Indo-China
  • China
  • North Korea
    The Muslims are sure getting whipped into a frenzy. Gee, I wonder who's doing the driving? I expect that it will emerge that the U.S. is behind this via some alphabet soup agency. It appears that side 2 and 3 are getting goaded, one of the questions becomes when is side 1 (The Christians) going to receive the same treatment?

    I believe that is being positioned for possibly late 2011, probably mid-to late 2012. (As stated in 2011 predictions)
    With much of the fallout from "The Currency War" devastating the global economies, the action leaves the banks and hits the courts eventually ending on the battlefield. (More towards 2012)
    • Worldwide, America is blamed for the global economic fallout.  (CDS, MBS securities)
      • This stokes anti-American/liberty resentment which will find a place to mature later.
    • A world war by the end of 2012
    Look for continued unrest with some governments getting overthrown. But as I indicated earlier, the globalists are literally banking on this to occur. We are still not there yet though. More riots need to take place, some shots, some new faces and then, we go to war.

    Wow, that certainly didn't take long. The Telegraph is reporting the following -
    The American Embassy in Cairo helped a young dissident attend a US-sponsored summit for activists in New York, while working to keep his identity secret from Egyptian state police.

    On his return to Cairo in December 2008, the activist told US diplomats that an alliance of opposition groups had drawn up a plan to overthrow President Hosni Mubarak and install a democratic government in 2011.
    Show of hands, who thinks that the Arabs will like that we're actively messing around in their countries? Anyone, anyone?!?

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