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CIA Puppet Mr. Hosni Mubarak MUST STEP DOWN!

by Mubarak's Thirty Year Nightmare Ends!! Sunday, Jan. 30, 2011 at 4:59 PM

It is illogical to assume that Hosni Mubarak's firing of his underlings will somehow restore democracy to Egypt when he himself is the source of the problem! Nor is it logical or probable that a thirty year dictator will step down "nicely" or "legally". Only when the Egyptian police grow weary of brutalzing their own people and rip off their badges and join the protests demanding Mubarak's full and complete resignation will democracy begin to emerge in Egypt!

For thirty years in Egypt Mr. Hosni Mubarak played the effective role of a CIA installed puppet dictator allied with interests of U.S. imperialism. For the citizens of the U.S., we were kept in the dark by our corporate media as Mr. Mubarak was following the orders from the CIA masters that installed him initially.

There is no difference when a dictator like Mr. Mubarak "agrees" to fire his underlings only to replace them with new underlings that will effectively enforce the same levels of brutality and torture against the Egyptian people, then passing the baton of brutality to Hosni's son Gamal Mubarak. With this father and son dictatorial diabolical demonic duo there will only be more pain, poverty and torment for the Egyptian people for the next three decades. As if thirty years of torture was not already unbearable!!

During a vivid dream the Egyptian sphinx asked me a simple riddle,

"How do you expect there to be democracy in Egypt when their leader is not loyal to the interests of the Egyptian people?"

The dream sequence then brought be to an unknown street in Cairo where i was presented with the image of a lovely Egyptian woman running down the street with her face covered in blood from a police baton. The sphinx again returned and asked another question,

"How can there be peace for my Egyptian people when their leader turns them against one another in such a brutal manner?"

Again my dream sequence left the sphinx and showed a funeral procession for Mr. Hosni Mobarak. Then as i turned to face the crowd watching the funeral with the same woman's bloodsoaked face before me, a sudden rainstorm came and washed the blood away from her face. The rain turned into a river and washed the funeral procession for Mr. Hosni Mubarak away and into the nile River, never to be seen again. Then the sun came out and the woman's face washed clean from the rain proceeded in the most amazingly beautiful smile i had ever seen.

The sphinx then returned for one final question,

"How can you make this dream a reality?"

Before i was able to think of an answer i woke up. Then i knew that this was God coming to me in my sleep asking for me to help in the best way that i could, and think of an answer to the sphinx's questions while awake and aware.

Since i cannot just hop on a plane and fly to Cairo, i would need to make the Egyptian people's quest for democracy and an end to the thirty year dictatorship of Hosni Mubarak a self interested goal as a U.S. citizen who wishes that the U.S. government cease and desist their sponsorship of this CIA installed puppet dictator.

One would think that the CIA would be able to change their puppets once in a while to at least make it look better?!

Maybe we need a rogue CIA sniper to intervene on behalf of the Egyptian people and remove Mr. Hosni Mubarak from power and send his coffin floating down the Nile River. If there are any real life "Jason Bourne" type rogue CIA agents out there, you could save alot of Egyptian people (and misguided police) from getting bloody noses and split skulls by simply removing this thirty year dictator Mr. Hosni Mubarak from Earth once and for all.

If that doesn't happen anytime soon, it seems the Egyptian people will need to risk their lives by going out into the streets day after day until Mr. Hosni Mubarak can no longer remain in power and is forced to flee the country, the CIA puppeteers will have a nice secured apartment in Miami waiting for Mr. Hosni Mubarak and son should they decide to listen to the Egyptian people's desires for democracy and leave Egypt for good. Better thirty years late than never!!

BTW - When i refer to him as Mr. Hosni Mubarak this is only out of respect to the already deceased individual whom i am addressing!!

For the more logical types out there who are not into dream interpretation here is some reality based evidence that Mr. Hosni Mubarak is (was) actually a known CIA assest, or "puppet" as i prefer.

When the VP refuses to call an actual dictator a dictator, we know that we are also up to our necks in deception, this time coming from neoliberal Democrats;

“Mubarak has been an ally of ours in a number of things,” said Biden. “And he’s been very responsible on, relative to geopolitical interest in the region, the Middle East peace efforts; the actions Egypt has taken relative to normalizing relationship with — with Israel. … I would not refer to him as a dictator.”

Remarkably, Biden is considered the go-to man in the Obama administration on foreign policy. “The vice president has been famously and consistently called a foreign policy expert by the Washington establishment,” writes Richard Grenell. “In fact, President Obama admitted during his campaign for president that he relied on Biden’s foreign policy advice while both men were in the Senate.”

Mubarak’s knuckle-dragging dictatorship is so crucial to the foreign policy of the United States, it is the number two recipient of money (it receives around billion per year). Only Israel receives more.

“Egypt under Mubarak uses its billions in U.S. military aid to detain, beat and torture dissenters, opposition politicians and journalists; many have died in custody,” writes Mark Zepezauer. “Thousands of political prisoners and pro-democracy activists are held in overcrowded, disease-ridden prisons, without charges or trials. Press restrictions, including newspaper shutdowns, are widespread.”

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If Mr. Hosni Mubarak recieves 2 billion per year from the U.S. taxpayers to prop up his illegally installed puppet regime, this is a strong indicator that there are deceptive interests in maintaining his puppet regime despite the methods of torture and brutality used to maintain his power. We in the U.S. do not want Mr. Mubarak's blood on our hands any longer! Mr. Mubarak MUST STEP DOWN and LEAVE EGYPT!!!

From the left to the right, people in the U.S. with even some slight degree of political awareness understand the need for the Egyptian people to take matters into their own hands and remove CIA installed puppet dictator Hosni Mubarak from power once and for all!!

We are with the Egyptian people in spirit! Down with deception! Down with dictator Mr. Hosni Mubarak!

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