What is really going on in Egypt

By Ronin, 2 Feb, 11
Ignore the msm and the theory that the pro and anti mubarak forces are fighting it out. This is what I think is happening, pro democracy (anti mubarak) forces are fighting against the US (obama) backed muslim brotherhood.

The muslim brotherhood forces are the ones carrying the pictures and signs supporting mubarack. War is deceit. The muslim brotherhood knows violence will be needed to control the populace and the scam that they are pro mubarak gives the white house a face saving way to help obamas muslim brothers take control.

Remember a few days ago the ex American ambassador met with the brotherhood. Immediately afterwords, the white house and the msm switched from the protesters being an anti mubarak freedom seeking crowd and magically changed into being the muslim brotherhood anti democracy, pro jihad crowd. Did a million people really switch sides over night? No, this is just another distraction.

Here is how Egypt really works; the police are the muslim brotherhood, they are the ones the crowd is attacking. The military is anti brotherhood and is not defending the police or the mubarak regime. Forget about mubarak, he knows his rule is over.

You are supposed to slowly decide that the uprising is anti US, anti Israel and another militant uprising similar to the 80’s Iran uprising.

Search through the last weeks pictures, using foreign press not ours and you will notice many of the signs from day one on where in English, the Egyptians want the world to know the truth.

You will not see many of the original protesters burning American or Israeli flags, you will see calls for elections. You did see them peacefully protest, protect national museums, which btw the brotherhood later tried to burn.

Search the pictures; you will not see any militant islamic symbolism or crowds centered on mosques or imams giving speeches. You will see all of that now. The real battle for public and world attention started today.

From today forward the US backed muslim brotherhood will turn this into a real fight as they attempt to stifle the cry for freedom and self control, both of which is contrary to islamic principles. The brotherhood knows that if they do not win control, militant islam will fall faster than an obama promise to create jobs and lower taxes.

Our own government will use this “crisis” to raise the prices of everything. The republicans will sell us all out and use this crisis to raise the debt ceiling and patently explain how they did it to help you. I told you to vote out incumbents.

We are the ones that should be in the streets. That may come later, for now, stock pile food, gas and ammo. Watch for the UN small arms treaty to rocket into law and make a plan to spread your guns into a large circle. The UN will also call for calm as the rest of the islamic nations also rise up. Start identifying people that you trust and get them to watch the news for signs that I am right.

The one lesson that you should learn from this “crisis” is this; you need to prepare. The government that you trust may be your enemy quicker than you think. Do not register any firearms, if you have one that is, consider a one for one swap with a random stranger. You can also sell it and get another. And, since the feds read this blog, here is the keep Ronin off the watch lists disclaimer to always obey the laws in your area.

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20 Comments on “What is really going on in Egypt”

  1. tnr Says:

    1. Pics and videos from Jan 26th on this page :

    2. Pics and videos from Jan 30th and 31th http://www.bivouac-id.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=28032

    3. Pics and videos from Feb 1st (Don’t miss the last video at the bottom of the page – a protest in the West Bank in support of the Egyptian Muslims ):

    4. Pics and videos from today, Feb 2nd :

    • Ronin Says:

      I actually have no hope they will win any real freedom but anytime that I see muslims fighting old muslim politicians and clerics, I quickly pick my side.

      Despite the vast array of agendas involved in the uprising, your pictures support my argument that the press switched sides not the protesters.

      • Ronin Says:

        I should have mentioned that islam has no free will or self reliance, any call for democracy flips the bird at the entire concept of islam (submission). That was another reason the brotherhood waited until obama blessed them.

  2. Don’t forget that these protests were orchestrated by the commies:



    • Ronin Says:

      True enough my friend but do not forget that I already know the people in the streets have been oppressed for thirty years; they would not know what true democracy was if it ran over their feet.

      What they do know is they want the old regime and imams out on their pedophile worshiping butts.

      I would much rather see a commie Egypt than a moonbat one.

  3. tgusa Says:

    What is really going on in Egypt? Well, what do we want to know about what is going on in Egypt? Regardless of the who or the where or even the why,the what how is what we need to look at and the, what how, is pretty ugly, but normal between muslims. When they get to the point where they have enough manpower we will always see the, what how of islam.

  4. tnr Says:

    😦 Code Pink co-founder Medea Benjamin Wednesday headed up a dozen Code Pink banner-bearing activists in Cairo’s Tahrir Square — a scene she said descended into a bloody “war zone” as “government thugs” battled pro-democracy demonstrators. […]
    […]Benjamin’s message to Americans watching the fledgling pro-democracy Egyptian political movement back home on TV: “We’re telling them to keep pressuring the U.S. government. Obama is moving in a better and better direction. We should be cutting off all aide to this government. We should be saying that it is government people who started the violence…and cutting off funds would send a huge message.”[…]


    Medea earlier today in Cairo:

    More pics on her flickr album is on this page :


  5. PB-in-AL Says:

    I’ve thought it interesting that for the last couple of days, we’ve heard about how “pro-Mubarak thugs” were beating up the “poor innocent news reporters”. However, there is no video released of Anderson Cooper, or Christiane Amanpour being beaten, just a report that they they were. Sorry, I don’t believe them. It’s just a way to frame the story using viewer sympathies.

    They’re both a full freakin’ news crew, presumably with multiple cameras, mobile phones with cameras, flip cameras, etc. Yet not even one snapshot of the “violence directed towards them”?!?

    I’ll believe that Anderson Cooper was hit in the head 10 times when he’s on camera with a big shiner, fat lip, or both. How about that car that Christiane Amanpour said they were in that the “thugs” busted in the doors and windows on…. not even a low res phone photo?

    Thanks, Ronin and Doc, for your perspectives and work rooting out these hidden little tidbits of information for us. We sure as heck wouldn’t get them from the MSM! I think you called it Dr. B with the “crap sandwich” analogy.

    It’ll be interesting to see if this is able to wind down in a reasonable (for the M.E.) fashion or if it is the beginning of the new world-wide conflagration.

  6. tgusa Says:

    Liberal wackos and jihadists will bring down western guvmints. There is nothing they can do at this point to stop it. Gingrich came out and said that we are losing the wot, no, you are losing the wot, we will still be here after Mr Gingrich and his cronies are brought down. I look around at what is going on in the west and I have to say, I don’t think this is a bad thing. I hope they continue on just as they are. And the faster the better, good riddance.

    • tgusa Says:

      And when I say guvmint I mean the feds not state or local guvmint. Interestingly, while DC drifts into oblivion we the people are taking back the states at the ballot box. DC can fall but we remain here as always. We can then install a Constitutional guvmint, cause DC is too far gone to save piecemeal, that’s one mans opinion anyway, FWiW.

      • Ronin Says:

        I agree. It is a shame the youth of Egypt are doomed to lose. They gave it a good shot but the US backed muslim brotherhood will win through violence. Tomorrow is Friday, the muslim day to riot, murder and attack.

        Today, was practice in the morning the real fight starts.

        • tgusa Says:

          Yep, the only possible way I see that they could win is for huge numbers of people take matters into their own hands. 25 years later they are still slaughtering freedom seekers in Iran. Its a disgrace, the whole dang thing. Its like we have been on the wrong side most of the time since WWII.

          I was afraid that all hell would break loose once it started in one country, the fact that it was Egypt only makes things worse. God help them cause DC won’t.

  7. tgusa Says:

    Good Video from The American Digest.
    General Patton does the wot.

  8. Steve Says:

    I personally dont give a shit….most likely the successor to mubarek will want (or suppoprt/fund) a covert or overt war with israel, and will do whatever it takes to continue to get US weapon and logistic support….I think they all suck and can burn in hell.

    From Wiki:
    peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none.” President Thomas Jefferson in his March 4, 1801 inaugural address:

  9. tgusa Says:

    Jerry Clown sez that Ca risks becoming Egypt if they don’t raise taxes. Has this idiot ever lived here? The only thing that might lead to an Egyptian cataclysm is rolling blackouts, and energy shortage. Now that will lead to a situation like Egypt, real quick, I’ve sen it, people get hostile, its ugly, but understandable. Hold on to your butt Jerry.

    You know that back during the Iranian islamist revolution most of the country just stood around with their hands in their pockets watching. Out here there was much tension, angry words were exchanged, fights broke out, yeah, a little like Egypt only smaller. Not everyone out here is a san fransicco lunatic or a vanjonestown fool.

  10. islams not for me Says:

    Alittle info on el-barcardi… ER El Baradei

    Fact Sheet #76: Mohamed ElBaradei
    (February 3, 2011)


    • Big Frank Says:

      To avoid confusion in the future the ‘Muslim Brotherhood’ should be referred to by a title more befitting their aims as stated in their manifesto. They could be named ‘The Islamist Brotherhoodlums’ a title more worthy of their stated mission.

  11. Annmarie Says:

    Well poor Israel has a real problem these days with the Hezbollahs in lebanon, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the darling Pal’s beside them.. Dear God what a mess!!!

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