Monday, July 8, 2013

Rebranding the Arab Spring to Reorder the Middle East/Africa

*Product:  Something produced by human effort,  mechanical effort or by a natural process.
A direct result; a consequence

*Branding- A process involved in creating a unique name, image, term, symbol, designation for any product in a consumers' mind, mainly through media campaigns.

*Rebranding- A process in which a new name, term, symbol, design, or combination thereof is created for an established brand with the intention of developing a new, differentiated identity in the minds of consumers. Particularly useful when the goal is to distance itself from negative connotations of the previous branding.

In order to achieve a reordered middle east.= Product
A brand was  promoted = Arab Spring™ 
This brand now needs a rebrand because Arab Spring™  has soured with the public.

*Important!  Keep in mind that when something is rebranded there is no necessity for any real change in the product/service/agenda etc. A rebrand is designed to change/ alter your perception of that product/service/agenda etc. With or with out an actual change in the product.

The Arab Spring™ 

-The Arab Spring was most sensibly created by some PR firm. It was a rebrand of the been there/done that colour revolutions.

-The Arab Spring  we were told by the talking heads, represented the aspirations of the Arab population for freedom and democracy. That was, of course, the feel good, on the surface sales pitch particularly appealing to the western masses.

 Behind the protests, flags and fireworks & the ‘people power’ images lurks the sinister motives of the imperial, colonialist agenda.

The Arab Spring(tm) was a cover for a remaking of an entire area generally noted, globally, as the ME and Africa. Think of Sykes Picot after WW1
From whence Israel was contrived.
At the time of the Mubarak ousting, El Baradei was touted as a leadership possibility. But the elites went with Mohamed Morsi. The interesting thing about Morsi was, in my opinion, he looked like he was set up to fail.
blah, blah,blah so forth and so on...

I saw something just recently that Morsi has been imprisoned and was released just prior to the overthrow of Mubarak.

I had been completely unaware of that tidbit

Morsi " is a veteran Islamist who is no stranger to underground politics having broken out of jail just 30 months ago"
(from the article -Mohamed Morsi: from prison to palace to..?)

what to make of this news..
It's as if he was set up to fail, but, he had to have known his freedom had come with a price tag

james left   two  links  containing information that seem to confirm my suspicions.
After the meeting with Sissi two months ago,  Kerry would meet with Morsi in order to convince him to accept the conditions of a new IMF loan as a last ditch effort to see if the Egyptian president would play ball (March 2013 , May 26 2013) . Morsi refused, so the coup was on.
So, what happened with the Arab Spring in Egypt that forced the hand of the western elites into action? Besides the IMF issue? How about the ugliness of NATO's Islamic mercenaries in Syria reflecting back onto the Egyptian leadership? I suspect this was a problem because it was very blatant. And not something the western psychopathic elites really wanted out front and centre.

The Syrian Angle

The destruction of Syria has dragged on far longer then NATO/Israel/GCC had anticipated.
Very bad from a public relations, perception management point of view, when the US and Israel in the ME are supposed to be the guys in white... I said, supposed to be.
Yet, here we have the ‘good guys’, perceptually speaking backing terrorist killers, rapists, beheaders  & child killers. Oh my, that is the worst.  Imagine the public relations fall out from all of this? The entire global community able to see the cannibal in action.

Digression, notice the BBC is spinning positive for this monster? The monster doesn't recall.
But when the BBC rang him at the time he ate the heart.. Yes, when the BBC rang him...
At the time the video was released, in May, we rang him and he confirmed to us that he had indeed taken a ritual bite (of a piece of lung, he said).
If that doesn't make clear the absolute collusion between the main stream media and the NATO mercs, all I can say is don't let the truth get in the way of your beliefs and illusions..... of how thing really are as opposed to how they are presented.

Digression over


Believe me the war for your mind is as important as the actual war itself. Don’t think so?
Ask yourself if the war for your mind is not paramount, why does the government go to such great lengths to manage your perception? Clearly, they need you to believe the illusion. By continuing to do so, you continue to empower the elite psychopathic leaders.

 So, in Egypt, we have the Islamist tool Morsi openly fomenting sectarian divide. Not a problem, because the elite psychos want division in Egypt. This plays into the creation of the final PRODUCT mentioned above. The reordered middle east. But, Morsi encouraging Islamists to go to Syria to wage war for NATO.
For shame! The West has been trying so hard to distribute ‘weapons going to good guys’ in Syria.
You know as the product promoting main stream media tells us " only the moderates". The US and Australia have even gone to great propaganda lengths to name Al Nusra  with the brand "terrorists" as opposed to the brand "moderates"
Here was Morsi throwing mud in their eye!.
There has got to be a better way to cause a schism, without Morsi being so dam open about it.

    “Army concern about the way President Mohamed Morsi was governing Egypt reached tipping point when the head of state attended a rally packed with hardline fellow Islamists calling for holy war in Syria, military sources have said”

Cue a popular uprising, aided and abetted yet again by the April 6th movement aka NED/western NGO’s  and western puppet El Baradei.  And, the supposed secular Army stepping in to ‘rescue’ the people from the hands of the Islamists. Is the Army secular? The Army is a hive, so it will be whatever it’s leadership is:

    “Gen al-Sisi is something of an Islamist himself, said Robert Springborg, an expert on the Egyptian military based at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. He was citing materials written by Gen al-Sisi during his training in the US. “
He was trained in the United States and Britain, like many officers in an army that receives $1.3 billion (€1 billion) in military aid a year from Washington.

Sisi is an Islamist and the leadership is NATO.

Changing the mascot for the Arab Spring in Egypt was enough to do when one considers the real power in Egypt. The real power is the military. The Egyptian Army is the real power.
"What makes it simpler is that as long as the army has the dominant role in foreign and security policy, it doesn't matter so much who controls parliament or the president's office," Mark Heller, an Egypt expert at Tel Aviv's Institute for National Security Studies.

Morsi was figure head B. Mubarak figure head A. El Baradei figure head C. Interchangeable depending on the face needed for public presentation.

This act of rebranding, (the coup that wasn't) will guarantee the divide is widened amongst the people. Without it appearing to be tied to any western backed manipulations. On the surface. The discord will come straight from the people. Who because of the way they have been manipulated will very naturally feel cheated and resentful.
Therefore, the discord of the people will simply have to be dealt with by the western powers, who created the disenchantment in the first place. Western Powers have always used the unstated concept of "white man's burden" to justify their geopolitical aims.

Here is where we get back to the remaking of the Middle East;

Yes, the western elites will simply have to step in. And they will send their gullible dupes, hired mercenaries and other assorted useful idiots to fight the war under the R2P doctrine. Which is ‘white man’s burden’ in the form of a policy paper  Egypt will emerge from this discord a vastly impoverished and weaker state then it is presently. Which will please Israel to no end.

Israel will of course take advantage of all this division to move into and occupy the Sinai


 An explosion has hit an Egyptian gas pipeline in the lawless Sinai peninsula following a spate of attacks on security checkpoints in recent days, state television and witnesses said.
And not return it. 

Paying careful attention to media reports one can witness these moves already being undertaken


 Army Kills 51, Deepening Crisis in Egypt

At least 51 civilian demonstrators were killed and more than 300 were wounded, all or almost all of them by gunfire, health officials said. Dozens of witnesses said the soldiers and police officers had opened fire unprovoked, an assertion that was immediately challenged by the military authorities. 

Spokesmen for the army and the police said in a news conference held to defend their use of deadly force that they were attacked first, and that two soldiers and two policemen had also been killed, although witnesses said one of the policemen was killed by a soldier’s gunfire. 

Fomenting sectarian divide


  1. tried to post this latest on MOA, as of now hasn't appeared. you piss someone off? ben

    1. hi ben

      not that I know of?
      Certainly not intentionally.
      I did, however, express a very different opinion then b, who used an ad hominem to attack my person
      "mechanical thinking"
      and I replied "don't shoot the messenger because you don't like the message"
      I shouldn't think that would be enough to cause a problem?
      But, I can't know
      Did notice the presence of trolls building 'strawman' to attack myself and someone named Arnold Evans?
      Sometimes a bit to much game playing goes on over there..

  2. Morsi/Mursi was a tool of Israel and the western fascists from the outset, as are the Muslim Brotherhood. One need only look at the historical role they played against Syria and Nasser's Egypt to understand this. They have not changed since the 50's.

    When Egypt switched sides in the 70's, the Egyptian military was part of that. After 40 years, the old timers from Nasser's day will be long gone.

    Incidentally, two of the "Muslim" recruiters/propagandists who promoted MB and the Sunni vs Shia phony sectarian war, and who I know something of their family history and personal politics, came from families generationally associated with the rabid, anti-commie, fascist right. They are playing the same quisling role their folks did, working for western fascists/ziofascists to subvert Muslim peoples in and around Palestine. Their quisling role before was for western colonial interests and to oppose the evil commies in fallen places like Syria and Egypt. Now it's mostly to support the covert zionist machinations towards a greater Israel, but the older connections are still there, too. After all, old time fascism/colonialism and modern zionism merged more than 50 years ago.

    Both sides in this Egyptian coup are backed by western interests, including those aligned with Israel, and it's main proxy, the USA. This is like the USA dumping Noreiga, or Diem. Or any of a large number of quislings they have run in the past.

    Morsi was probably never intended to last long, just an interim toady to quiet down the masses, and then be ousted by people better connected and more reliable. Apparently Mubarak had to go. He did balk at the wars against Libya and Syria, and wasn't too hot for war against Iran, if my senile memory remembers this correctly. Perhaps he committed other unforgivable offenses against the fascist/ziofascist hierarchy? For whatever reason, these quislings are always expendable, and come and go frequently (one wonders if these guys take serious stock of their survivability prospects when they take up the job :D ).

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    1. I should mention Ali aka NYS left me a comment about a book that would shed much light on the subject of Muslim Brotherhood financing as it applies to the US

      "Devil's Game" How the United States Helped Unleash Fundamentalist Islam"
      Robert Dreyfuss

      I understand that the MB go further back then that to the Brits..
      I am going to look into that book

  3. I posted this at SyrPer a little while ago:

    This from the zionist media and zionist owned American Congress:

    Exclusive: Congress delaying U.S. aid to Syrian rebels - sources

    "(Reuters) - Congressional committees are holding up a plan to send U.S. weapons to rebels fighting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad because of fears that such deliveries will not be decisive and the arms might end up in the hands of Islamist militants, five U.S. national security sources said.

    Both the Senate and House of Representatives intelligence committees have expressed reservations behind closed doors at the effort by President Barack Obama's administration to support the insurgents by sending them military hardware..."

    Are the ziofascists backing off Syria? Or are they going into a more covert phase? The recent Egyptian coup is most likely American engineered, and Egyptians are already busting the anti-Syrian terrorists there, and apparently diplomatic relations with Syria have already improved, too. Not sure Israel's European puppets are as hot for terror war against Syria as they were even a month ago. The zionist run western media is still full of pro-terrorist spin, but they do seem have discovered the terrorists are...well, terrorists, sometimes, too. When Zbig came out with his opposition to some of the anti-Syria things the west has been doing, I figured there was a bit of competition among the fascist/ziofascist hierarchy. Mainly over tactics, instead of end goals. Maybe what we are seeing now with regard to western regimes and the zionist run media reflects a move more to Zbig's liking (by that, I mean the fascist faction he generally represents in policy making).

    With the gains the Syrians have made against this zionist terror campaign against their country, the future of the terrorists there looks grim. Could be Israel's proxies are facing reality? I don't think they will leave Syria alone, nor Lebanon or Iran. I do think they are changing tack, and will keep the pressure on in different ways that are more covert. Being openly on the side of drooling, knuckledragging cannibals does have its downsides when one wants to be thought of as the "good guys". Image wise, the west is at a low spot, and their war on Syria is a large part of that, but they are being hit from many sides. It's almost like it's an orchestrated campaign being engineered against the west lately. ;)

    With regard to the Egyptian military and their attitude towards Syria, this may be something that can be used as a litmus test. Are they for real changes, or are they just a rebranding tool (well termed, BTW, Penny, in your article) being used by Israel-America? I suspect the latter.

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    1. I suspect they are not sending arms at this point in time, because the arms would just end up in the inventory of the Syrian army or Hezbollah

      We have to consider the fact that perhaps the quiet down is due to Russia?
      Perhaps the NATO nut jobs realize, on the ground, they can't win
      They always need there air attacks... If NATO can't get those going they can't come in with boots on the ground to keep casualty counts down

      And thanks bot tak
      It's a different way of thinking, but, sometimes that is what is needed
      Actually that is definitely what is needed

    2. I agree Pen, that the quiet down is due to Russia. The US is backing down to Russia over Syria but doesn't want the world to notice. So now we have all sorts of people coming out, incl Zbigniew Brzezinski and Glenn Beck, urging Obama not to go into Syria but none of them mentioning Russia, the 'elephant in the room'. Plus all sorts of people are coming out blaming Saudi Arabia and Qatar, the funding conduits, for the mess in Syria and even now in Egypt as if the US (and israel) had nothing to do with it.

      It all looks very co-ordinated with the gatekeepers coming out and all singing the same song.

      Seems to me that the coup in Egypt is a very convenient distraction to the issue of US backing down to Russia.

  4. guess who now owns Blackwater?!

    Monsantos very own private army: trained by US etc at taxayers expence and others coming to a community near you

    1. It says a lot about Monsanto that they are going to need a mercenary army to conduct business,doesn't it?

  5. Remember Lavon and the USS Liberty.

    The Cairo massacre looks like the work of Western Spooks - masked men on motorbikes.

    - Aangirfan

    1. Thanks Aang
      I wouldn't doubt it
      Divide to conquer

    2. A similar thing happened in Tunisia except they were in cars. One group was captured. They included Scandinavians and israelis.

      My first thought was that the protesters were right, it was peaceable because they didn't have gunmen amongst them. The army was also right because they were fired upon (by israelis and CIA spooks as Anng said)

    3. Hi James

      And isn't that all how it begins?
      As long as there is division the elites win

    4. "And isn't that all how it begins?"

      Yes it is, Pen, always. It's just too easy. I wonder where US Colonel James Steele is right now?

  6. Actually Sykes - Picot agreement was WWI.