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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

The Days of American Appointed Dictators in the Arab World is Over

Cuba was a dictatorship, but at least Cuba is independent of the influence of the West. Today, Cuba has one of the best healthcare system in Latin America. Cuba is actually exporting their doctors to the inner parts of Venezuela in exchange for oil.

Tell me, why is it that a small, surrounded, socialist but independent from Western influence can relatively thrive compared to the rest of Venezuela who spent most of the last 5 decades under the rule of American appointed dictators i.e. Pinochet?

The Arab world is now breaking free from their curse of American and Western appointed dictators. For the last 50-60 years, the Arab world has seen nothing but dictators in the form of Presidents, Kings or even Prime Ministers, all of whom was and is appointed by America or Western powers.

Their role is nothing but to subdue their people into following every single whim of America and Western countries.

Another main role being played by these dictators are to serve the interest of Israel. America knows, population wise, Israel would have very few friends in the Arab world. Even the Coptic Christians in Egypt hates Israel. Their main Church, the Church of Alexandria has stopped their followers from performing pilgrimage in Bethlehem as long as Jerusalem is under the control of the Zionists. Let's not even talk about the Muslims.

But, with Western appointed dictators ruling Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia, Maghribi etc, Israel can be assured that the people in these countries will be subdued into protecting the interest of Israel.

The perks of becoming an American appointed dictators is the opportunity to amass wealth for themselves at the expense of their respective people. I mean, in Egypt, there are Egyptians who survives on eating garbage (i saw this with my own eyes) while their noble President has properties in Manhattan, London and many other western cities and capitals. It is estimated Mubarak had amassed wealth totalling into billion of dollars while his people has to eat garbage just to survive.

America also turn a blind eye on massive atrocities committed by these dictators on their people. In Egypt, torcher by the police is a normality. Even Arab films depicts the practice of torcher by their police openly. It's something that every Egyptian is very well aware off.

THank god, those days of American appointed dictator is coming to an end. All the atrocities committed in the name of protecting American foreign policy that is Israel centric will come to an end.

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  1. thumbs up @ bro tb

    Obama Special Envoy To Cairo Calling For Mubarak To Stay, Uncovered To Be On Mubarak Payroll
    Submitted by Tyler Durden on 02/07/2011 09:45 -0500

    It is a Monday, and like any day ending in "y" we get another Obama administration foreign relations screw up. Today's edition comes from President Obama's special envoy to Cairo, Frank Wisner, who over the weekend made waves with his call urging for Hosni Mubarak to remain president. The glitch, however, is that supposedly unbeknownst to the administration and to the journalist cadre, Mr. Wisner works for litigation firm Patton Boggs, which according to the Independent: "openly boasts that it advises "the Egyptian military, the Egyptian Economic Development Agency, and has handled arbitrations and litigation on the [Mubarak] government's behalf in Europe and the US". Wisner's words, now making the rounds, and which appear to have infuriated Egypt's opposition just as things were going back to normal: "President Mubarak's continued leadership is critical: it's his opportunity to write his own legacy." In other words, yet another huge conflict of interest by a man paid by none other than the president of Egypt, which has "called into question Mr Obama's judgement, as well as that of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton", and puts Obama's (in)ability to handle foreign conflicts, in an even more questionable light.

  2. From The Independent:

    Mr Wisner is a retired State Department 36-year career diplomat – he served as US ambassador to Egypt, Zambia, the Philippines and India under eight American presidents. In other words, he was not a political appointee. But it is inconceivable Hillary Clinton did not know of his employment by a company that works for the very dictator which Mr Wisner now defends in the face of a massive democratic opposition in Egypt.

    So why on earth was he sent to talk to Mubarak, who is in effect a client of Mr Wisner's current employers?

    Patton Boggs states that its attorneys "represent some of the leading Egyptian commercial families and their companies" and "have been involved in oil and gas and telecommunications infrastructure projects on their behalf". One of its partners served as chairman of the US-Egyptian Chamber of Commerce promoting foreign investment in the Egyptian economy. The company has also managed contractor disputes in military-sales agreements arising under the US Foreign Military Sales Act. Washington gives around $1.3bn (£800m) a year to the Egyptian military.

    Mr Wisner joined Patton Boggs almost two years ago – more than enough time for both the White House and the State Department to learn of his company's intimate connections with the Mubarak regime. The New York Times ran a glowing profile of Mr Wisner in its pages two weeks ago – but mysteriously did not mention his ties to Egypt.

  3. Nicholas Noe an American political researcher now based in Beirut, has spent weeks investigating Mr Wisner's links to Patton Boggs. Mr Noe is also a former researcher for Hillary Clinton and questions the implications of his discoveries.

    "The key problem with Wisner being sent to Cairo at the behest of Hillary," he says, "is the conflict-of-interest aspect... More than this, the idea that the US is now subcontracting or 'privatising' crisis management is another problem. Do the US lack diplomats?

    "Even in past examples where presidents have sent someone 'respected' or 'close' to a foreign leader in order to lubricate an exit," Mr Noe adds, "the envoys in question were not actually paid by the leader they were supposed to squeeze out!"

    Patton Boggs maintains an "affiliate relationship" with Zaki Hashem, one of Egypt's most prominent legal firms. It was founded in 1953 and Zaki Hashem himself was a cabinet minister under Mubarak's predecessor, President Anwar Sadat, and later became head of the Egyptian Society for International Law.

  4. The Independent is understandably scratching its head over this most recent diplomatic faux pas:

    We still do not know exactly what kind of "expertise" he has bestowed upon the dictator of Egypt. But his remarks at the weekend leave no room to doubt he advised the old man to cling on to power for a few more months. The vast network of companies with family connections to Mubarak's regime is, of course, one of the targets of the pro-democracy demonstrators in Egypt.

    A spokesman for the State Department said he "presumed" Mrs Clinton knew of Mr Wisner's employment by Patton Boggs and the firm's links with the Mubarak government, but refused to comment on any conflict of interest for the envoy. A spokesman for Patton Boggs could not be reached yesterday.

    On the other hand, if Egyptian protesters managed to forgive the "Made in America" signs on teargas canisters used against demonstrators in recent riots, they surely will find nothing wrong with this foreign relations snafu from an administration which is becoming known for nothing but.

  5. American Warships Heading to Egypt

    (Washington’s Blog strives to provide real-time, well-researched and actionable information. George – the head writer at Washington’s Blog – is a busy professional and a former adjunct professor)

    Connecticut’s newspaper The Day noted on January 24th:

    Connecticut National Guard Detachment 2, Company I, 185th Aviation Regiment of Groton has mobilized and will deploy to the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt, to support the Multinational Force and Observers.

    The unit left Connecticut Jan. 15 for Fort Benning, Ga., for further training and validation. The unit operates C-23C Sherpa aircraft and has deployed three times in the last seven years in support of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    The unit will provide an on-demand aviation asset to the Multinational Force and Observers commander to support its mission of supervising the security provisions of the Egypt/ Israel Peace Treaty.

  6. Yesterday, the Los Angeles Times reported:

    The Pentagon is moving U.S. warships and other military assets to make sure it is prepared in case evacuation of U.S. citizens from Egypt becomes necessary, officials said Friday.The Kearsarge, an amphibious assault ship carrying 700 to 800 troops from the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit, and the Ponce have arrived in the Red Sea, putting them off Egypt’s shores in case the situation worsens.

    Pentagon officials emphasized that military intervention in Egypt was not being contemplated and that the warships were being moved only for contingency purposes in case evacuations became necessary.

    In addition to the Marines, the Kearsarge normally carries around four dozen helicopters and harrier jets that would permit evacuations and other humanitarian operations, the officials said. More than 1,000 Marines from the Kearsarge were sent to Afghanistan last month on a temporary deployment, leaving roughly one-third still aboard, officials said.

  7. As Wikipedia notes:

    In carrying out her mission, Kearsarge not only transports and lands ashore troops, but also tanks, trucks, artillery, and the complete logistic support needed to supply an assault.

    The assault support system aboard ship coordinates horizontal and vertical movement of troops, cargo and vehicles. Monorail trains, moving at speeds up to 600 ft/min (3 m/s), transport cargo and supplies from storage and staging areas throughout the ship to a 13,600 square feet (1,260 m2) well deck which opens to the sea through huge gates in the ship’s stern. There, the cargo, troops and vehicles are loaded aboard landing craft for transit to the beach. The air cushion landing craft can “fly” out of the dry well deck, or the well deck can be flooded so conventional landing craft can float out on their way to the beach.

    Simultaneously, helicopters are brought from the hangar deck to the flight deck by two deck-edge elevators and loaded with supplies from three massive cargo elevators.

    Kearsarge’s armament suite includes the NATO RIM-7 Sea Sparrow point defense system for anti-aircraft support, RIM-116 Rolling Airframe Missiles, 25 mm chain guns and the Phalanx close-in weapon system to counter threats from low-flying aircraft and close-in small craft. Missile decoy launchers augment the anti-ship missile defenses.

  8. However, the Kearsarge has also been used in missions to evacuate people stranded in war zones. Wikipedia describes this unique dual capability:

    Kearsarge is fully capable of amphibious assault, advance force and special purpose operations, as well as non-combatant evacuation and other humanitarian missions. Since her commissioning, she has performed these missions the world over, including evacuating non-combatants from Freetown, Sierra Leone, on 31 May 1997 and rescuing Air Force Captain Scott O’Grady from Serb-controlled territory in Bosnia on 8 June 1995. Additionally, Kearsarge is fully equipped with state of the art command and control (C&C) systems for flagship command duty, and her medical facilities are second in capability only to the Navy’s hospital ships, USNS Comfort (T-AH-20) and Mercy (T-AH-19). These facilities allowed Kearsarge to serve a dual role during the 1999 NATO bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, as a platform for bombing missions against Serb forces in Operation Allied Force, and as a treatment facility for Albanian refugees in Operation Shining Hope.

  9. The Los Angeles Times continues:

    In addition, the aircraft carrier Enterprise is in the eastern Mediterranean. The Pentagon originally announced that the carrier was heading through the Suez Canal for the Arabian Gulf, but the crisis in Egypt appears to have prompted a decision to keep it in the Mediterranean at least temporarily.

    Egypt borders the Mediterranean Sea (as well as the Red Sea):
    The Enterprise is the longest naval vessel in the world, and is powered by eight nuclear reactors. The Enterprise does not appear to have any dual role for evacuations, but is simply an offensive aircraft carrier.

    Therefore, I see no clear indication that the U.S. government has affirmatively decided to directly involve our military in Egypt. However, it is obvious that the government is at least planning for the possibility.

    Update: Business Insider notes:

    A “very senior” member of the US Marine corps is telling people “multiple platoons” are deploying to Egypt, a source tells us.There is a system within the US Marines that alerts the immediate families of high-ranking marines when their marine will soon be deployed to an emergency situation where they will not be able to talk to their spouses or families.

    That alert just went out, says our source.

    This senior Marine told our source that the Pentagon will deploy “multiple platoons” to Egypt over the next few days and that the official reason will be ‘to assist in the evacuation of US citizens.”

    Our source was told that “the chances they were going over there went from 70% yesterday to 100% today.”


  11. Al Jazeera English reports that a detained Google Inc. executive has been released.

    A brother of Wael Ghonim, Google's head of marketing for the Middle East and North Africa, told the network he was freed Monday and was on his way to Tahrir Square, the center of anti-government protests in Cairo.

    [Updated at 10:56 a.m.: Times correspondent Ned Parker reports from Cairo that
    Hazim Ghonim told reporters at Tahrir Square that his brother is "fine" and "safe" at an undisclosed location. In his first tweet after he was released, Wael Ghonim said: "Freedom is a bless that deserves fighting for it."]

    Ghonim had traveled to Egypt from his home in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and was believed to have been arrested Jan. 27 after joining in the protests, according to Amnesty International.

    Before his arrest, Ghonim announced on his Twitter feed that he had been "brutally beaten up by police people." Not long before he disappeared, he wrote: "Very worried as it seems that government is planning a war crime tomorrow against people. We are all ready to die."

    Ghonim's disappearance prompted widespread international outrage. The release of prisoners has been a key demand of opposition representatives who met over the weekend with newly appointed Vice President Omar Suleiman.

    Read more on Wael Ghonim's release on our Technology blog.

  12. Pinochet diktator Chile... bukan Venezuela.....

  13. Tgk video ni:

    The Aljezeera Deception

  14. semlm,in a desperate move, murtabak kasi naik gaji kakitangan gomen 15%..the result?semlm kakitangan kerajaan turun berdemo!wakakakakaka!!padan muka!

  15. Omar Suleiman 'Demonized' Muslim Brotherhood: WikiLeaks

    Egypt's new vice president, Omar Suleiman, has long sought to demonize the opposition Muslim Brotherhood in his contacts with skeptical U.S. officials, leaked diplomatic cables show, raising questions whether he can act as an honest broker in the country's political crisis.

    U.S. Embassy messages from the anti-secrecy WikiLeaks cache of 250,000 State Department documents, which Reuters independently reviewed, also report that the former intelligence chief accused the Brotherhood of spawning armed extremists and warned in 2008 that if Iran ever backed the banned Islamist group, Tehran would become "our enemy."

    The disclosure came as Suleiman met on Sunday with opposition groups, including the officially banned Brotherhood, to explore ways to end Egypt's worst political crisis decades.

    Washington has been exploring options for speeding up President Hosni Mubarak's resignation, including a scenario that calls for turning over power to a transition government headed by Suleiman and backed by the military.

    Mubarak, who had done without a vice president for 30 years, hurriedly appointed the 74-year-old Suleiman as his deputy on January 29 as protesters demanded the autocratic ruler's ouster.

    Suleiman privately voicing disdain for the Brotherhood will not surprise Egyptians, used to the Mubarak government's anti-Islamist stance. The comments could stoke suspicions, though, as he seeks to draw the long-banned movement into a broad dialogue on reform in response to mass protests.

    The clear implication in the cache of State Department cables was that U.S. officials were skeptical of Suleiman's effort to depict the Brotherhood as "the bogey man."

  16. Sabtu, 05/02/2011 07:08 WIB
    WikiLeaks: AS Telah Siapkan Omar Suleiman Untuk Gantikan Mubarak
    Oleh: Aprizal Rahmatullah

    Den Haag - Kabel diplomatik terbaru terbitan WikiLeaks soal krisis Mesir dirilis. WikiLeaks menyebut pemerintah Amerika Serikat (AS) sejak awal memang telah menyiapkan Kepala Badan Intelijen Mesir Omar Suleiman sebagai Presiden Mesir mendatang.

    Omar Suleiman disiapkan sebagai kandidat teratas untuk mengambil alih negara jika sesuatu terjadi kepada Presiden Hosni Mubarak. Pada hari Sabtu (29/1) lalu informasi ini terbukti benar ketika Mubarak menunjuk Suleiman untuk menjabat wakil presiden.

    Hal ini membuat Suleiman berada di baris pertama untuk menggantikan Mubarak. Seperti dikutip dari halaman WikiLeaks, Sabtu (5/2/2011), seorang pejabat intelijen yang dilatih di US Khusus Warfare School di Fort Bragg mengatakan bahwa Suleiman menjadi kepala badan mata-mata pada tahun 1993 yang membawanya dekat dengan CIA.

    Baru-baru ini Suleiman mengambil peran sebagai kepala interlocuter Mesir dengan Israel untuk membahas proses perdamaian antara Hamas dan Fatah. Dalam beberapa tahun terakhir sebagian besar analis politik mengasumsikan bahwa pewaris jabatan Presiden akan dipegang Gamal Mubarak, putra Mubarak sendiri.

    Namun kedutaan AS di Kairo sampai pada kesimpulan yang berbeda lebih dari lima tahun yang lalu. Pada tanggal 15 Juni 2005, memo (05CAIRO4534) ditulis untuk Timotius Pounds, direktur untuk Suriah, Libanon, Mesir, dan Afrika Utara di Dewan Keamanan Nasional AS, mencatat: "(A) akan setuju bahwa calon yang paling mungkin ditunjuk untuk pos (wakil presiden) adalah Jenderal Omar Soliman, Direktur Intelijen Mesir Umum (Egis)". (Pejabat Departemen menggunakan ejaan yang berbeda dari nama Suleiman).

  17. Setahun kemudian, memo diplomatik lainnya (06CAIRO2933) ditulis pada tanggal 14 Mei 2006 menegaskan bahwa pemerintah AS bekerja dengan Sulaiman pada hal-hal regional utama seperti mencari tahu bagaimana cara terbaik untuk menyingkirkan Hamas di Palestina. "(O) kecerdasan kolaborasi dengan Omar Soliman, yang diperkirakan di Washington minggu depan, mungkin sekarang elemen hubungan paling sukses."

    Memo diplomatik, yang ditulis oleh Francis J. Ricciardone, Jr (Duta Besar AS untuk Mesir) untuk Robert Zoellick (Deputi Menteri Luar Negeri) yang sedang berkunjung ke Kairo pada saat itu, mencatat bahwa "Omar Soliman juga memberitahu kami dia akan senang melihat kamu (Zoellick), jika jadwal izin - ia akan bekerja menjadi delegasi Israel dan PA di Sharm "

    Lainnya, Suleiman dilaporkan telah mengatakan kepada duta besar AS, "Mesir adalah mitra Amerika" mencatat bahwa "Mesir akan terus memberikan USG (Pemerintah AS) pengetahuan dan keahlian pada isu-isu regional yang penting, seperti Lebanon dan Irak. Konflik Israel-Palestina tetap menjadi isu inti"

  18. Israel ternyata sejak lama lebih memilih Wakil Presiden Mesir Omar Suleiman, sebagai pengganti Presiden Hosni Mubarak. Hal ini diketahui dari bocoran kawat diplomatik dari WikiLeaks.

    Lewat bocoran Wikileaks tertanggal Agustus 2008 tersebut menyatakan, penasihat senior Kementerian Pertahanan Israel David Hacham mengaku kepada Amerika Serikat (AS) bila negaranya menantikan Suleiman sebagai pengganti Mubarak.

    "Menurut Hacham, Israel meyakini Suleiman akan menjadi presiden sementara bila Mubarak meninggal," bocor WikiLeaks seperti dikutip dari Telegraph.

    "Kedutaan AS di Kairo telah memberikan analisis mengenai skenario suksesor (Mubarak). Namun dipastikan pihak Israel lebih nyaman bila Omar Sulaeman menjadi penggantinya," menurut memo yang disebutkan oleh seorang diplomat AS di Kedutaan AS di Kairo.

    Bocoran kawat diplomatik tersebut bahkan menyebutkan Hacham yang amat memuji Suleiman. Bahkan bocoran kawat dari WikiLeaks memastikan adanya jalur telepon khusus antara pihak Kementerian Pertahanan Israel dengan Kantor Intelijen Mesir, saat Suleiman masih menjadi pemimpinnya.

    Suleiman adalah pimpinan badan intelijen sejak tahun 1993 dan kerap mengunjungi Israel serta sering menjadi mediator saat Israel terlibat konflik dengan Palestina.

    Ia ditunjuk sebagai Wakil Presiden Mesir bulan lalu, menyusul tekanan dari pengunjuk rasa yang menuntut Presiden Mubarak mundur dari jabatannya.


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