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Nov 9, 2011
Egypt's 'Arab Spring' was part of western globalists' plans for years, including ElBaradei
... Mohamed ElBaradei led the US-funded, trained, equipped “April 6″ movement which overthrew longtime Egyptian autocrat Hosni Mubarak. The April 6 movement is first documented receiving US aid and training as far back as 2008 where the “youth movement’s” leadership traveled to New York City for a US State Department and corporate-funded confab. Afterwards, April 6 would travel to Serbia to be trained by the US-funded Otpor organization now operating under the name “CANVAS.” Finally, April 6 would return to Egypt with Mohamed ElBaradei a full year before the January 25, 2011 “revolution” to build a very much premeditated uprising which would be later portrayed as “spontaneous” and “inspired by Tunisia” by the corporate media.
The propagandists toiling in Tel Aviv along with the global corporate-fascist media machine assumes the average reader is ignorant of these facts and buys wholesale whatever narrative is presented before them. However, upon careful examination of the background of this supposed “agent of Iran,” we see what is in reality a complete agent of Wall Street and London instead, a literal card-carrying member of a transatlantic corporate conglomerate leading subversion on their behalf in Egypt and preparing the nation for handover to the global bankers
Source: Tony Cartalucci (blogging from Thailand), "Israeli officials: ElBaradei an Iranian agent | Absurd claim despite ElBaradei sitting in same Wall Street-London think-tank as current Israeli president, Bank of Israel governor, and a former Israeli foreign minister", Land Destroyer, Nov 9, 2011
November 2, 2007
Egypt - President Mubarak announced that several n-plants will be built
In a speech before the annual meeting of the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP), Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak stated last week that his country would start building several nuclear power plants in the coming years. To assure critics, Mubarak said that the aim of the programme was to diversify Egypt's energy resources and preserve its oil and gas reserves for future generations. He also pledged that his country would work with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and would not seek nuclear weapons.
The writer of this analysis emphasizes other reasons underlying the announcement by Egypt's President, and similar announcements out of other middle eastern nations. "Reviving Egypt's nuclear programme, notwithstanding its peaceful nature, is meant to suggest that the Arab world would not stand idle watching Iran and Israel possessing nuclear power. In his speech Mubarak made clear that there were strategic reasons for the programme, considering it as 'an integral part of Egypt's national security interest'... In fact, Iran's programme has prompted a slew of Middle East countries to announce plans of their own -- in part simply to counteract Tehran's rising regional influence. Jordan, Turkey and several Gulf Arab states have announced in recent months that they are interested in developing nuclear power programmes. Last September, Yemen signed a deal with a US company to build civilian nuclear plants over the next 10 years. Algeria also signed a cooperation accord with the US on civil nuclear energy last June, and Morocco announced a deal last week under which France will help develop nuclear reactors there. These countries' quest for nuclear energy has put pressure on Egypt to seek it own, being the largest and the strongest Arab country."
[Source: Dr. Marwan Kabalan (lecturer in media and international relations, Faculty of Political Science and Media, Damascus University, Syria), "Why Egypt wants nuclear energy"
* 2000 In preparing the UNSCEAR 2000 report on "Sources and Effects of Ionizing Radiation", the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation sent every member nation a Survey of Exposures, asking expert quantification of the radiation exposures to populations in that nation from natural radiation sources. The respondent for Egypt was N.M. Ibrahiem (Central Laboratory for Environmental Radiation Measurements, Intercomparison and Training, Atomic Energy Authority, Cairo).