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story by: Dave Wigs
Will the Obama White House implode under the weight of A Middle eastern scandal?
The U.S. State Department instituted a program for young Middle Eastern adults called the Alliance of Youth Movements (AYM) and the Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI). In December 2008 AYM held a conference at
Columbia Law School in for the express purpose of establishing a network of operatives. These ops were to create an atmosphere of discontent and solidarity among the populations of there respective countries. The vehicle that they were to utilize was social media networking. The conference consisted of people from Google, Face book, Twitter, Howcast, You Tube, MTV, New York
Speakers at the
• Whoopi Goldberg, Host of ABC’s “The View”
• Dustin Moskovitz, Co-Founder, Face book
• James K. Glassman, Undersecretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs, US State
• Oscar Morales, Founder, One Million Voices against the FARC
• Luke Russert, MSNBC
• Matthew Waxman, Associate Professor of Law,
Columbia Law School
Discussions and workshops involved work arounds of internet blocks, hacking and undermining network protocols as well as community organizing on the ground, and through electronic media.
The national media reported these uprisings as a spontaneous grass roots effort by people yearning for Democracy. NOT TRUE!!! This was a CIA backed coup set into motion by the Obama White house with boots on the ground and financial support from the State Dept., USAID, CIA and two George Soros funding groups the Open Society Institute and the National Endowment for Democracy. Dollar amounts as high as 536 million U.S. dollars were discovered during research for this story. Several political entities including the Wafd, Nasserite, Karama and Tagammu parties, the Muslim Brotherhood, Kifaya, and Revolutionary Socialist Movement as well as insiders from the Egyptian army and police wear on board with the idea of a popular uprising.
This was confirmed by the arrest of an Un-named Egyptian operative that was recruited and invited to the U.S. for the AYM conference at Columbia in December of 2008 “The April 6” (The name of the Egyptian opposition group) activist had been detained at Cairo airport and imprisoned by (SSIS) Egyptian secret service. The U.S. Embassy intervened on his behalf and the op was released and then debriefed December 23rd by the embassy staff in
The un-named op. came to
New York for the AYM conference and to for a meeting with his controllers. While in Washington he met with politicians at the Capitol, among them was Rep. Edward Royce, and a variety of House staff members from the offices of Rep. Ros Lehtinen (R-FL) and Rep. Wolf (R-VA), and two Senate staffers. Rep. Wolf's office invited him to speak at a Congressional hearing on House Resolution 1303 regarding religious and political freedom in Washington . He was interested but needed to focus on his work as a “fixer for journalists" back in Egypt . During the meeting with his controllers he floated the idea of blackmailing Egyptian Government officials by exposing there "illegal off-shore bank accounts" in turn for some "significant reforms" Egypt
All the players involved in this scheme agreed to have unwritten plans for the transition to take place before the 2011 elections. The un-named ops controllers considered the plan to be unrealistic and uncorroborated. Guess they were wrong.
During research for this story a few possible names popped up that could be the un-named operator, some more than once. Asmaa Mahfouz, Ahmed Maher, Israa Abdel Fattah, Mohammed Adel Amr Ali and Wael Ghonim.