Feb 12, 2011

Ron Paul: US to blame for chaos in Egypt (video)



If you've ever read this blog before you may be aware that this dissenting American's distrust of the US government runs deep as it does for many people. Yet I did think that news of the US (and UK) instigation of the popular revolts in Egypt (Tunisia, Yemen, Algeria, etc) would take at least a few days to come to light after yesterday's ouster of Mubarak.

But theories are surfacing already as International Forecaster's Bob Chapman very ably explains. Beware: the article contains his Bernanke/QE2 insights, and an interview with Rep. Ron Paul on such topics is included as well.

Mr. Chapman also mentions that Hosni Mubarak is still in charge, a potential I feared even as I celebrated yesterday with the good people of Egypt!

As you know, in this world, all is not always as it seems.

For those atop the pyramid of power have secretive ways of insuring win-win situations for themselves which they insist necessitate more and more loss-loss for the rest of us...just as old win-at-any-coster and political theorist *Machiavelli recommended!


*Post includes Nicolo Machiavelli's birth data and natal chart details.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jude, Sorry that this is off topic but there's a post on Truthdig that warrants reading. I hope you'll find it worth the reading and perhaps worth posting along your sidebar. The title of the piece is "Sowing the Seeds of Fascism in America" and was written by Stan Goff, a retired U.S. Special Forces veteran. Link is here:

http://www.truthdig.com/dig/item/200601003_white_supremacism_sexism_militarism/

It's lengthy (4 pages) and covers quite a bit of ground.

Thank you for considering its addition.

DD said...

I say, stop the subsidies!
Who are we to buy our way into other countrys' decisions. National interest, BAH, global control more like it. And ask the citizens of those countries and see what they think of us.
DD