So called "Egyptian dissidents" meet with Hilary Clinton in 2009
Previously, the same "dissidents" had met with Condoleeza Rice in 2008
Look at the pictures. The same faces appear in both.
The Global Research piece also mentions the National Endowment for Democracy, and their involvement in Egypt.
You know the NED, that "supports freedom around the world". Hardee har har.
I found a list of their 2009 grants to Egyptian interests.
This is for 2009, only. I am posting, only a portion of a rather lengthy list...check the link above for all of the grants.
American Center for International Labor Solidarity
$318,757 - basically, to infiltrate the union movement
Andalus Institute for Tolerance and Anti-Violence Studies (AITAS)
"To strengthen youth understanding of the Egyptian parliament and enhance regional activists’ use of new technologies as accountability tools."
Interesting? To "understand" your government better, then how to use twitter, facebook and blogs to create a revolution fomented by western interests.
Arab Foundation for Supporting Civil Society (AFSCS)
"To promote the independence of civil society institutions and raise public awareness of their importance and the challenges they face through cooperation and support from the media"
How to play the media game.
Makes me wonder, about all the recent western usage of so called "independent journalists". I have been noticing alot of so called independents covering the Egyptian uprising for the big MSM outlets.
Arab Society for Human Rights (ASHR)
To promote legal awareness among journalists about freedom of expression under Egyptian laws and encourage greater and better informed media coverage of human rights issues.
To promote the idea that the government is abusing human rights. That always gets to a pompous western audience, who foolishly believe they have any.
Bridge Center for Dialogue and Development (BTRD)
To promote youth expression and engagement in community issues through new media. BTRD will train youth between the ages of 16 and 26 in the use of new and traditional media.
Start them younger. Get them online to spread anti-government rhetoric to serve western interests.
No mention of: 2010, 2008,2007,2006,2005......
But for 2009 alone, the NED gave grants totaling almost One Million, Four hundred thousand dollars, to numerous groups. Multiplied by how many years?
Who knows how much money has been going into Egypt to bring in a "democracy"?
Additionally, how much US money moved through to Egyptian dissident groups via Hope House?
Makes on wonder, just who is on facebook, twitter etc.,?
Egyptians bought and paid for with US tax dollars?
Or Egyptians who truly want freedom and thanks to the bought and paid for dissidents, regular Egyptians will never get anything of the sort. They will get Haitian style elections.
Shame on the lackeys! Betrayers of your own people.