It seems some CNN is still trying to pull the wool over our eyes.
What really happened in Cairo.
Tahrir square is not large enough to hold more than one hundred thousand people. Agitators from the CIA and Mossad, stirred up a few thousand protestors. Mubarak was initially concerned, but then realized the few protestors could be contained in the square. The western back revolt ground to a halt. Mubarak made a last defiant speech in which he refused to step down and Egypt's military (under the pay of the Pentagon) assassinated him. He's never been seen alive since.
The CIA the jumped next door to Libya.
So what has happened in Libya
Here the the CIA couldn't even raise a few thousand protestors. So they put a few guys in the back of Toyota pick up trucks and described it as a rebel peoples army. The trouble being 50 to 100 people in the back of pick up trucks don't represent anyone and could not over throw Gaddafi.
As with the fake Egyptian revolt, it was going nowhere quick. Again intervention was needed. But unlike the Egyptian military, Libya's military is not in the pay of the Pentagon. So no internal assassination of Gaddafi was going to happen. Then the only option was for the west to bomb Gaddafi and Libyan civilians. This has been done to allow the few rebels a free ride into Tripoli. But there are so few rebels, that this hasn't worked.
I guess they will give an assassination attempt one more chance and if they fail, you will see US ground troops hit the beaches. That's the only way Gaddafi will fall, because he has the support of the Libyan people.
The west initially hoped Saudi Arabia would also succumb to this political sabotage, but each fake revolt has needed an assassin or western military intervention to succeed. The Saudi government had already figured out the game. So a compromise was made between the west and Saudi Arabia.
They agreed the west could take Egypt, Libya and Syria. The House of Saud would retain the dominate influence over the rest. And of course when the dust settles, the new Western puppet dictators must agree to attack Iran. Which the old puppets wouldn't do and that's why they had to be deposed by Washington.
The end game is clear, the west wants to create new Arabic states for three reasons.
1. Break up the OPEC monopoly on oil, which will reduce the price.
2. Instal a new pro western Arabic bloc, who will follow Washington's instructions and attack Iran on behalf of Israel.
3. Next September, the UN general assembly intends to vote for the recognition of a Palestinian state and declare Israel as the aggressor.
The Palestinians currently have enough pledged votes to win this. But if America can over throw Governments and even create new countries such as Eastern Libya, it may have enough puppet votes to protect Israels abhorrent and utterly illegal status.
So I really feel sorry for the very few poor Arabic schmucks who have taken to the streets and seen violence. They have been suckered into a great bit of theater which has nothing to do with democracy or human rights. In fact this despicable American Zionist game is the clear enemy of humane rights.
syrian with honor
April 6th, 2011 7:40 am ET
what the hell is this fabricated and fake picture listed under syria events.
please do not spoint your reliability among peoples. you are still suspected to be gangs and not neuteral media body.
my sincere regards to your sleepy conscience.
syria is stronger and steadier than all your schemes with the so-called proetestors. by the way, the protestor always work for the benefit of their countries, but your people, work for the benefit of USA and israel. so they are really working good, but nothing related to syria.
pls. make a new definition for these people in your agendas against middle east.
god bless you all and thank God Who blesses and Protects syria and its people.
syrian with honor
April 8th, 2011 10:39 pm ET
The Syrian People need to voice their opinion. They have been oppressed for a long time. It's one of the worst regimes in the World. The Assad family has been ruling for a long time. This regime has committed murders against its own people. There is no democracy there. Poverty level is really high. The international community has to intervene to oust this regime.
April 10th, 2011 12:30 am ET
come come now... put down the knives...
Speculation never resolved anything peacefully, nor achieved anything good.
April 10th, 2011 4:30 pm ET
3rd eye, can you tie your shoe laces or is that just a conspiracy theory?
April 10th, 2011 4:31 pm ET
The American People need to voice their opinion. They have been oppressed for a long time. It's one of the worst regimes in the World. The Banking families have been ruling for a long time. This regime has committed murders against its own people. There is no democracy there. Poverty level is really high. The international community has to intervene to oust this regime.
April 19th, 2011 7:37 pm ET
we are in Kurdistan Region of Iraq have begun our pro-democracy mass demonstrations against our corrupt and murderous two ruling political parties and their ruling families. But unfortunately little if any attention has been payed to our mass movement. until this moment tens of ordinary demonstrators have been killed, injured, or kidnapped. jounralists are randomly kidnapped, killed or humulated for their coverage of the events. universities' professors and students are being arrested and tortured by special gangs and knife users of the authorities. we ask for making our voice heard at the international level. please make our case part of your stories as you do with pro-democracy movements in Libya, Syria and other countries.
a political researcher
Erbil capital of Kurdistan Region