Egypt Coup from Organized Groups of Outsiders
Through an apparent reliable source on the ground in Egypt, MSB has learned that according to one eyewitness who lives there, original protesters are being replaced by HIGHLY ORGANIZED GROUPS, seemingly outsiders, and are creating the violence and attempting to spur the government coup of the Mubarak regime. The source sites that they all have the same model of cell phones and they all have the same blankets (eye witnesses).
The source goes on to say that the organized groups are not people of Egypt, while some witnesses claim that they don’t even look Egyptian.
The belief is that the group’s objective is to convince the world through the media that Egypt wants Mubarak to go immediately, rather than to wait for September elections or to discuss or implement reforms.
The source goes on to say that he was involved in peaceful and unified demonstrations of several hundreds of thousands of people from Sphinx square to Sudan street who want a peaceful transition, while the violence and demands for immediate removal of Mubarak came only from the organized groups of apparent outsiders.
“We learned that similar demonstrations (peaceful) are taking place ALL OVER THE COUNTRY, IN MAY DIFFERENT CITIES. THIS IS THE CRY OF THE PEOPLE OF EGYPT THAT IS BEING TOTALLY IGNORED BY THE INTERNATIONAL NEWS MEDIA. Is this on purpose??!!! I am perplexed!!!”
“I am wondering: How come CNN, the BBC, and others are reporting ONLY the anti-government protests as the voice of the people? This is not JUSTICE, this is not TRUTH. There have been reports that these people are being paid by the government. NOT TRUE! I was there with many many others. I SAW THE STREETS.”
Why are the Egyptian people revolting?
high rate of unemployment
high food price inflation
lack of free elections and free speech
High food prices, inflation, and unemployment may be the triggers for potential future riots in places like Greece, Spain, Portugal, and Italy. Could these circumstances also occur in the U.S.? Sure they could. As U.S. debt continues to skyrocket, inflation will will set the dollar on fire. The question is, when…