|How would such a grand scheme be accomplished?
The reports expose a consortium of Leftwing organizations, Islamic groups, labor unions, and Obama-friendly corporations which would organize and fund a “youth movement” in certain areas around the Middle East which would then take to the streets in protest against current governments.
Some of the corporations involved are Google, YouTube, MSNBC, Facebook, National Geographic, M-TV, and Pepsi. In addition, the U.S. State Department, Columbia Law School, and various Islamic extremist groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood, CAIR, and others are central to the plot.
The goal is to set in motion a domino effect, hoping that regime-change in Eqypt would spread to other nations in the Middle East, and eventually destabilize Europe, and ultimately, the United States.
No sooner had Mubarak been ousted in Eqypt than demands were issued for war with Israel. Egypt’s government and Constitution were abolished by the military. The Camp David Accords, which has kept peace between Egypt and Israel since the 1970s, was discarded.
Then, Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi issued a call to the Muslim world to wage war with Israel. There is upheaval in Jordon and Lebanon as well — Israel’s closest neighbors.
And while the Obama Administration rushed to jump out in front of the uprising in Egypt to praise its so-called “push for democracy,” a similar uprising this week in Iran has been met with deafening silence.
Why? Perhaps some basic facts will provide clues: Obama’s top national security advisor [James Clapper] declared that the Muslim Brotherhood is a “secular” organization, non-extremist, and dedicated to “peace.” Obama himself, in an interview with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly, refused to refer to the Brotherhood as an Islamic extremist organization, in spite of the fact that the group’s own charter, and recent statements made by its leadership, indicate exactly that. [Not indicate; flat-out say it is. The Holy Land Foundation trial was proof of that.]
And a Muslim board member of CPAC, of all things, [Sohail Khan, grandson of one of the original MB brothers who came to the states in the ’60s] declared in a news conference that “there is no Muslim Brotherhood in the United States,” despite the fact that the group issued a document [by Mohammad Akram, president, US MB at the time] in 1991 indicating its North American objectives.
At the very least it is clear that things are not as they seem on the surface in Eqypt, Iran, nor within the Obama Administration and the American Muslim community. And, due to the fact that the mainstream media merely parrots the official Administration propaganda, the American people are being bamboozled.