Field Marshall al-Sisi American War College Grad

Field Marshall al-Sisi Ameican War College Grad

Undated 2006 photograph provided by U.S. Army War College photo lab shows an official portrait taken of Brig. Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi (now Field Marshall), during his time as an international fellow at the college in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. We make ’em; we break ’em; we install ’em; and finally, we topple ’em.

Crisis in Cairo

Unsure if I stated this publicly = the United States of Hillary is setting a banquet table for intervention in Egypt. First, comes the photo of Hagel and al-Sisi, then military generals and the Field Marshall, then sprinkling of white papers (see below), supporting tweet campaigns, mass media pundit interviews, Christiane Amanpour rants, and so forth to smear the American people with horrors playing both sides of the coin (junta and Muslim Brotherhood). All such insanity will conclude with the usual final call – a landing of American/UN forces inside Cairo. This is how the American corporate states polices the world with support in this particular case via Israel, Kuwait, and the Sauds. Mark my words, the yanks are revving up if nothing else to make sure al-Sisi (a re-incarnation of Mubarak) does aim war machines our American tax payers purchased directly at Cairo University. Then our boys can run the virtual rescue wagon not like Operation Desert Storm to overthrow the guy we put in business. 

Civil disorder is an orchestrated mad path to capture resources – the Suez and the Sinai. This course of action is not about fighting for Egyptian democracy. Hillary and Kerry are smiling pawns seeking new found notches for the empire’s insatiable greed. Iraq and Vietnam were about oil. Afghanistan is about minerals and opium. Iran is about pipe lines. Syria was and is about pipe lines and right of ways to move gas. Chile was about minerals and fish. Serbia was about military strategic bases to frighten Russia. I could keep listing where American intervention was a money making proposition to instill fear and insanity to watch the Dow hit new highs while college graduates work at McDonald’s. And, the charcoal burnt cherry on top of the nuked sundae – lose a war to the empire and guarantee the corporate state excellent profit margins, for decades.

And so it goes – shoveling humanity onto the heap to stir the pot of tragedy and suffering so guys can build 60-story homes in India and the Clintons can get and give blow jobs inside The White House.

War is a manufacturing. Humans actually are loving, tolerant, kind, gentle souls if not swept up into a psychological coup of the heart and mind.

Forty-years of witnessing revolutions perverted by systemic intent to commandeer resources and steal economies. I ask you, when it is going to be enough? When are you going to get it? 

 
Working Group on Egypt Letter to the President
m.ceip.org

Underbelly Aches

How Seedy It Is.

Take the time to watch (see the link below) and hopefully learn the web woven inside the yoke. As a trained psychologist I recoil from conspiratorial nonsense rolling around in cyberspace. This piece is not an emotive call to arm ourselves, become a prep’er, or head for the hills. When my buddy John G. Clancy, Esq. began to beat the drum about the Tri-Lateral Commission in the 70s he took flack from the left and the right. If he was standing next to me today, he would be bellowing a happy tune. Once you comprehend the facts in this video then share so others can understand how the Egyptian people can support a tyrant and how the American people are crawling under the rug. The Council of Foreign Affairs * is the head of a two headed monster in America acting as a sub-rosa deep state orchestrating what is needed to keep the people in an chaotic uproar and/or buried in a boob tube freezer stocked with goods from WalMart.

* my snarky name for the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8ERfxWouXs

Camels Stand Idle

Chastising Egyptians for the current debacle is circulating faster than piddle flushing down a toilet. What is not surfacing are solutions and a plan to put democracy back on track by the Egyptian intelligentsia currently in retreat outside the land of the Nile. My revolutionary peace perspective has some play here and while I worked inside a revolution to stop the war in Vietnam these experiences do not jive with a re-invention of the Arab Spring. Egyptians have to get their act together on their own if they want to not slide further into one more flagellating country inside MENA.Quasi-friends with Egyptian tourism businesses confirm there isn’t any. The gigantic economics of foreign folks coming to pay homage to the ancient culture has disappeared loaded into the bullets ripping apart the bodies of young martyrs.

First, most of the citizens of this desert river country are in an undulating state of psychological bi-polarism. Voting al-Sisi as president will insure two distinct realities for Egyptians: 1) continual civil disorder; and 2) a return to the yoke years. Second, there is enough brain, heart, and spiritual power in Egyptians thinkers to build bridges and construct connectivity to thwart the latest deep state. How? Civil disobedience, a targeted educational campaign (do not read as propaganda), and a design/plan to implement and organize to run and elect smarty pants and smarty burkas with hearts as elected representatives. A multitude of harangues and a seething umbrella of sticky dissonance plays into the hands of the Junta. Stop already.

I personally do not agree with Cohen (see article below) about America disengaging in Egypt. Hagel al-Sisi is not an imagery puppet of the deep state. This power figure is for real, alive and well serving as slave soldier in abeyance to liberty while greedy 19th century thinking basturds who believe conquering nature is actually possible divvy up the rich resources of Egypt.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/28/opinion/cohen-the-egyptian-disaster.html?partner=rssnyt&emc=rss&_r=0

A Message from Maat?

The Current US govt. annual $1.4 billion giveaway to the Egyptian military is mostly on hold. New US jets await delivery. We trained al-Sisi. US Congress legally cannot fund a coup govt. and as such the Obama administration is unwilling to say one way or the other if a coup took place in Egypt. US govt. priorities for funding foreign military on their turf is first Israel, then Egypt, and so forth.

Trained US military special forces operate in 130+ foreign countries, including Egypt. Funding streams for deployed Navy Seals, Army Rangers, etc, are billions of dollars spent yearly to train foreign military. Many of these lethal manufactured warriors eventually leave the USA military service to become private contractors. Yet, their next pay warrants are funded, as before, with American tax payer dollars via a crowd sourcing formation of Chinese ownership in US govt. backed securities (US Treasuries) and investments.

Lasting peace? Assassinated Sadat? Puppets cannot bring peace? Corporate military industrial complexes are against the formation of democracies in MENA. Freedom dramatically and negatively affects bottom lines. My take is a United States of Islam is underway and no amount of USA tax payer billions thrown into the MENA caldron will stop a formation of same. Why? Blowback is a bitch and Twitter is too powerful of a medium for social information and consequently civil society reform.

Our country will go broke and flip over like Russia if we keep the pedal to the metal as regards controlling MENA. The Arab Spring was a sweet piddle of spit into the Nile. Now, we are talking an Arab Continent.

What the US govt. should do is withdraw from the region, take their finger out of the bleeding dyke of Israel, and let the people of MENA decide who and what is the format for their future. USA gubberstand on behalf of the corporate state has been playing this bloody imperialistic card game so long they actually believe they can win the last hand. We won’t.

The United States of Hillary’s role is not as grand peacemaker, and never was, no matter what the Lanky Yankee (John Kerry) yaps in Geneva.

The complexity of the Egyptian culture is beyond western understanding because passionate educated Egyptians are first poets and scholars, then left-over pharaonics, and finally hard-wired deeper than any Swiss Jungian shrink. Coupled to an innate savoir faire we are like pimples on the back of trapped pigs compared to multi-lingual intellectual Egyptians, and it makes no difference if they are practicing believers of Islam, Coptic, or seculars.

Americans, we are out of our league, as were the Byzantines, Romans, Fatimids, Ottoman Turks, the Al Pasha, Greeks, the French, and the English. Plus, the current regime is a swing in the breeze as al-Sisi is a Mamluk (slave soldier). Our American puny history as a republic in relationship to what Egypt has endured, built, festered, and fostered does not even qualify as five molecules of breathable air. The Suez, the Red Sea, the Sinai, the 4, 258 mile (6,853 km) long Nile and its delta, the Mediterranean, the White Desert, the Blue Desert, and the Sahara are physically impossible to defend. This is not news to Egyptians.

The Nile flows Northward for this arcane rich civilization and sometimes I wonder if ancient Egyptians made it do so on purpose. There are some who contend the limestone fashioned Great Sphinx of Giza is 85,000 years old, not 6,000. There are others who think Egyptian genetics originated off-world. I dunno. All I do know, is the more I listen and learn from Egyptian creatives I realize how small souled dimensional westerners are in comparison.

The arrogance exhibited by USA govt. in costly vain attempts to fix MENA conditions is laughable and kinda sad. Our country needs to immediately put the focus on its self before America implodes beyond repair.

The Egyptian people are in treacherous falling seas and its own waterways are probably going to turn blood red before what is next takes wing. Yet, Egypt will survive and probably thrive. Why? Thousands of years of history belies Egypt’s intensity to be free as being endemic.

Those who served the pharaohs were not slaves. They lived in harmony and balance with cosmic forces. An intricate lifestyle and a political governing where Egyptians viewed their universe as a complete duality between male and female. Something most Americans have nether a clue.Image

Egyptian Warriors

Not for the faint of heart. 

Witness here (video) the al-Sisi junta murdering Egyptian citizenry via trained military (not police gear) engagement. The level of chaos is typical of these street war zones, yet reaches new found levels of disorder for the protesters while they rescue their own under fire while retreating in mass.

Please note the citizenry carries no weapons, nor is firing upon the regime, or throwing rocks or gasoline cocktails, or brandishing anything except cell phones and a passion to be free. 

At the beginning the citizenry (men and women) is chanting. We see the burning of one al-Sisi banner in the street. These are not a group of trained terrorists. Rather, they are enraged human beings who clearly had enough of the oppression of poverty and opportunity. They are driven to take action, as meager as this street battle is, against a mega-regime. In other parts of Cairo special interests are making fortunes sipping drinks in private clubs hobnobbing with corrupt businessmen in bed with the military while millions of Egyptians are stuck eating garbage, living in filth, and selling their bodies to feed their children.

I highly suggest you watch the entire vid because the person (or persons) who taped this was an individual(s) of dramatic self control. And, while it appears to be the nature of urban Egyptians to become too curious of what is happening, I know this to be a form of shock and mass hysteria.

Martyrdom, for me, is a waste of life. I am an advocate of non-violent protest. Today, I am unsure if Egypt can move toward its next revolution thwarting repression without legions of deaths of passionate warriors of freedom. 

Egypt’s freedom fighters are out-gunned and out-lied. Certainly Egyptians who seek liberty will suffer the dire consequences of their own heartfelt drive to be free from tyranny. 

From a tactical point of view, this protest was ill-equipped. There are no circulating medics. I do not see one protester wearing any kind of helmet or other body protection. There are limited amount of barriers (see five guys carrying a cement barricade up to the front) deployed. 

Again, watch this so maybe you will break your own sense of western denial as you are force fed propaganda of the corrupt military ruling elite of Egypt. It makes no difference if you live in Alabama or Kabul, or are an MB, pro-Morsi, a left-over spent Mubarak supporter, or a guy who rents camels at the pyramids – the course of history is afoot. 

The Egyptian red line is moving like a cache of vipers in an ancient basket.

The Yoke of Pot

People who do not know me personally recently asked for my opinion on the legalization of pot. I gave up smoking pot in 1976. I gave up all mood altering substances in 1985. I think there should be no criminal laws for those who abuse. They need help. I do think mega drug dealing is a crime against life be it Air Force airlifted opium from Afghanistan or growing cocaine in Columbia and using human mules to move it. I think the war on drugs was a fixed failure of a policy/program to affect corporate intrusion, imperialistic control, and the buying off of Latin America leadership. I also think if Americans want to continue to numb dumb themselves with pills, pot, and a pervasive more is never enough m.o., the dismissal of the Bill of Rights will move along swiftly and mostly unnoticed. If you think getting high for one single instance is revolutionary or hip or cool or enhances your world view you also cannot feel the yoke around your neck or the chains around your heart.