Egypt's Al-Sisi is Illuminati's Man
January 29, 2014
Al-Sisi is a Crypto Jew. Coup is disguised Zionist Occupation
"The old (Mobarek) regime is back, but with a fascist touch."
Our Cairo correspondent sets us straight about who represents the NWO in Egypt.
CAIRO - I have been quiet lately but that hasn't been because of lack of events. Unfortunately those who you are dedicated to exposing have been working overtime; and the situation here has started affecting our lives in a personal and public way.
It is laughable that Brother Nathaniel says Sisi is a strong man against Israel. He is their man. Mobarek and the army were in Israel's pocket - providing Israel with below cost natural gas and what not. The 2011 revolution exposed that.
Now it is the old regime back in full power but with a fascist touch. Yes, millions of TV-watchers support Sisi - but even millions more do not.
(left, cartoon shows divided Egypt's progress from Mobarek to Al-Sisi)
Most intelligent people can't stand to turn on Egyptian TV anymore because of the blatant lies and propaganda. They are using the age-old trick of labelling any opposition as terrorists and arranging false flag events at opportune moments. It is so transparent. Now many who were in the street to oust Morsi (Muslim Brotherhood President) are in prison and being accused of being MB terrorists for demonstrating.
I can't write too much at this stage but many - including people working for the government - see a Sisi-led Egypt as very disturbing.
"The Greater Israel Project - a long-standing Zionist scheme to steal all the land between the Nile and the Euphrates - is halfway there.
If the Egyptian people want to elect a Jew president in a free and fair election - like they elected the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) to the Lower House with 73% of the vote, the Upper House with 80% of the vote, the presidency with 52% of the vote, and approved the MB Constitution with 64% of the vote - that's fine with me.
The problem is that al-Sisi has concealed his Jewish identity and Israeli connections from the Egyptian people...and destroyed their nascent democracy through deception and mass murder.
An even bigger problem: al-Sisi is almost certainly a Mossad agent. That means al-Sisi's Egypt is not just a brutal, banana-republic-style dictatorship. It is Israeli-occupied territory: The newest and largest province of ever-expanding Greater Israel.
Al-Sisi's uncle, Uri Sibagh (sometimes spelled as Sabbagh) served in the Jewish Defense League (Hamagein) from 1948 to 1950, made his aliyah to Israel, and became a bigwig in Ben Gurion's political party, serving as the secretary of the Israeli Labor Party in Beersheba from 1968 to 1981. Uri's sister - al-Sisi's mother - presumably emigrated to Egypt on a mission from the Mossad. That mission culminated when the Mossad overthrew President Morsi and installed its agent al-Sisi in the coup d'état of July 3rd, 2013.
The implication: Al-Sisi has been a lifelong Mossad agent. His mission: infiltrate the highest levels of power in an Arab Muslim country. Al-Sisi is today's version of Elie Cohen, who infiltrated the highest levels of power in Syria under the name Kamal Amin Thabet before he was exposed and hanged in the public square in Damascus."
"Why did the US, Saudi Arabia and Israel decide to smash democracy in Egypt? Well, I think they saw that under the relatively benign and cautious Islamic leadership of President [Mohammed] Morsi and his allies, Egypt was starting to drift out of its neo-colonialist sphere. It was starting to assert itself and it was moving in a direction of independence. It was beginning to cooperate with groups like Hamas - which terrified the Israelis; it was questioning the Camp David Treaty which was also terrifying the Israelis; but above all, the example of a true democracy in Egypt was a mortal threat to the corrupt despots in Saudi Arabia."
Please read these for a better idea re whats going on:
I just thought I'd fill you in on a few things going on - just for your own background information. By the way - they have also closed down many charity organizations and are taking over Private schools that teach Quran and ethics - using the excuse that they are MB schools - even if they have nothing to do with them.
We know families of people who were brutally murdered in protest demonstrations. Most are professionals or university students - most were not MB members. The families were asked to sign death certificates stating that the cause of death was suicide. Most refused. The son of the lady I know had four bullets in him --one in the head, one in the shoulder, one in the neck and one in the stomach. They said if it was suicide where did the other three shots come from? So in the end the death certificate came out with cause of death as gunshot wound.
Even though we don't agree with MB's methods and policies, my family and I are witnesses that they did not partake in any violence. In contrast, the army burned the hospital with dead bodies and injured people in it. They burnt people alive in their tents - their corpses were in the shape of the positions they were sitting in. They got bulldozers to dispose of these bodies to hide the evidence. There were about 3000 killed but official figures said 250 then a couple of days later went up to 520. Friends who went to the morgues to look for loved ones said the morgues were overflowing.
I know many eyewitnesses.
First Comment from Brother Nathaniel:
Of COURSE the Israeli ambassador TO CAIRO announced these INGRATIATING words to al-Sisi. A real good Jew politician isn't he!
But 9 out of 10 Egyptians would challenge these obvious words of flattery aimed at creating a policy posture re al-Sisi's regime. Nice try!
BUT, somehow the Israeli-owned Time Mag, Jew York Times, Rothschild Economist BELITTLE and CONDEMN al-Sisi as a "new pharaoh," and "unfit to rule."
Just yesterday the Jew Economist put out a major Article condemning al-Sisi. SUCH a hero for Jews!
In response to Bro. Nathaniel, all I could say is that he does not have first-hand information and can't imagine what most Egyptian people are feeling at the moment. The publications he mentions have to pose and posture as being pro-democracy, but are any Western nations really doing anything to help the Egyptian people move toward a free and fair democracy?
If Sisi is so anti-establishment, why did his government hire some US based companies (some reportedly Jewish) for his publicity campaign to the US? Ironically it backfired when their film crew got arrested when they set foot in the country.
"Significant sums of that generous Gulf aid have gone towards addressing this perceived image problem. Among several Washington public relations firms recently hired, one sent a film crew to Egypt to shoot some pretty footage of order and progress. Within hours of setting foot on the streets of Cairo, they were arrested."