The Taking Of Egypt.
It is becoming clearer by the day, that the Muslim Brotherhood, the enormous “Sleeper Cell” which was established by the British, in the Masonic Lodges of Cairo, in the early years of the Twentieth Century, are now being used as the excuse to provoke a Civil War in Egypt.
As in Syria and Libya, groups of demonstrators are being used as cover, for paid killers using sniper rifles, to kill and maim dozens of people, including a Journalist from Al Jazeera and a cameraman from Sky News, in order to brand the Military Government as being out of control, which will make possible an attack by NATO, to “save” the Egyptians, while allowing Israel to grab whatever they can lay their hands on.
A spokesman for the Egyptian Government, which now finds itself in the position of the Assad regime in Syria, of having to deny claims which have been made by the controlled Western Media, illustrated its claims, that as in Syria, terrorists were shooting indiscriminately into the crowd of demonstrators, by showing film clips to journalists at the Press Conference, Sky News would not allow the film to be broadcast, as “They would prefer to watch the film before making it public.” a position which speaks for itself. This is, after all, the Channel which aired the propaganda which was posted by Stuart Ramsey, from Syria, to justify the unleashing the “Mad Dogs of War” against the Syrian Government.
These images are so reminiscent of Syria, where all such attacks were blamed on the Regime, that it is difficult not to arrive at the conclusion, that as in Syria, the last people whom would behave in such a way, would be those whom had the least to gain.
Sky News immediately stood by the Muslim Brotherhood, which is only to be expected, the Brotherhood is, after all, the preferred choice of the British. The fact that journalists appear to have been deliberately targeted, by the snipers, is in line with similar events in Damascus, where a Press TV reporter was shot dead, so for Sky to suggest that their man was killed by the Regime, without evidence, has the stench of using a tragedy, to make political gain and Sky should be ashamed of this cynical use of the death of a comrade.