Behind the Arab Revolutions

But even that’s not all: in 2010, George Soros’ Open Society Institute (OSI) funded a grant which was described this way on the Open Society Institute’s website: “Ethiopia and Egypt have been the current focus of the research programme: the OSI funding will allow the project to be expanded to include: Uganda, Zimbabwe, Tunisia, Eritrea and Rwanda… it is hoped that it will contribute to the understanding of the new media in Africa and its links to democratization.”

What’s more, the National Endowment for Democracy gave various grants in 2010 to the training of youth activists in Tunisia and Egypt.

It is very clear, then, that the Middle East revolutions were not spontaneous at all, but were well planned, and well financed, by internationalists in the West for their own sinister objectives.  In the shadowy world of international intrigue, seemingly disparate strands often tie together at the top, unseen by the world at large.

So there are the twin objectives of power and money driving the internationalists to stir up the revolutions in the Middle East.  They always go hand in hand.  They want a world government, and they want to control the world’s finance.

And behind even the Illuminati internationalists stands the Vatican!  For the Jesuit Order was deeply involved in the establishment of the Illuminati, and has had its secretive fingers in it ever since, pulling the strings.  And all to what purpose?  The extension of Vatican power across the globe.  The Roman Catholic institution, after all, is “Babylon the Great, the Mother of Harlots and Abominations of the earth” (Rev. 17:5), and all roads lead to Rome, even when we are unable to discern them all.

And now we arrive at the Obama Administration, which is using the U.S. military to play the part of the world’s bully boy on behalf of the internationalists, driving the Arab states in the direction desired by the One-Worlders.  “In other words, behind the fall of pro-west Arab governments is alleged democracy protests, led by college aged kids, just like most progressive protests in the US and Europe.  Behind those protesters in the Middle East stands an Islamic terror organization ready to seize political power… and behind those terror organizations, we find the individuals named above [the Clintons, Obama, Ayers, Dohrn, Piven, Brzezinski, Soros and Co., etc.], all of whom were behind the election of Barack Hussein Obama in the United States.  International Marxists behind the Obama Administration are also behind the Middle East meltdown.”[9]

The internationalist conspirators behind the scenes need the muscle of the United States to achieve their goals.  This is why American soldiers have been dying in various parts of the world, fighting for causes which have nothing to do with American security but everything to do with America being the bully boy carrying out the internationalists’ plans.  Either American-supported uprisings bring down the country’s leader, or American troops go in and do the job militarily (using some excuse or other), and essentially, once the leader has been removed, America takes “strategic possession” of the country.  Pro-Western Arab governments are being rejected by the United States as it gives its support to anti-Western, radical Islamist madmen bent on destroying not only the pro-Western Arab states, but the West itself!  Does it sound crazy?  It sure does…but it’s true all the same.

What we are seeing in the Middle East today is like an action replay of 1979, when the United States turned against its ally, the Shah of Iran, and a revolution in the streets swept the radical Ayatollah Khomeini to power.  The liberal western media at the time spoke of “democracy” coming to Iran.  It was all a farce, a lie, and Iran still suffers under that brutal regime to this day.  When the Shah was forced from power by the U.S. government and fled into exile, he wrote his autobiography, The Shah’s Story. In it, he showed how he had been betrayed by the U.S., and how the U.S. had helped to install the radical fanatic, Ayatollah Khomeini, in power.  At the very same time, in Nicaragua, the U.S. cut off its support to the government of President Somoza, who was engaged in fighting the Sandinista Communist revolutionaries, and he was forced to resign.  The Sandinistas came to power.[10] And at the very same time, the U.S. (along with the UK) was deeply involved in forcing the government of Ian Smith in Rhodesia out of power, and installing the government of Marxist maniac, Robert Mugabe, in 1980 – again, all in the name of “democracy”, of course.[11] And thirty-one years later Mugabe the dictator holds on to power in Zimbabwe, the name of once-great Rhodesia, a country he has ruined completely.  And in the years leading up to 1994, the U.S. and UK governments again did precisely the same thing to South Africa, pressurising the South African government to capitulate to radical Marxist revolutionaries who were swept to power (again, in the name of “democracy”) in 1994,[12] have been in power ever since, and are reducing this once-mighty country to yet another failed African basket-case.  This is the track record of the United States in particular, and other liberal western governments in general, around the world, since the end of the Second World War; for leftist internationalists have controlled U.S. foreign policy since then.  And yet once again, the world has fallen for the same old lies: that what is happening in the Middle East right now is a “democratic uprising”.  It is merely the latest in a long line of western-sponsored revolutions, and it will culminate in precisely the same terrible results in the end.