Rothschilds Paper Pharaoh: Remorsi Rules the day! backs off on Infinate powers!

Rothschilds Paper Pharaoh: Remorsi Rules the day! backs off on Infinate powers!

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It must be tough for the Rothschilds to keep secret of over throwing all the countries in the world through usurption not pushing too hard as the goal is very long term and if it don’t happen this year or a hundred in the family it will eventually happen as long as the network of Zionist’s stay in power who can stop it They got Europe and America,Canada, England, Saudi’s and parts of Asia.

On the front lines you see Egypt first there is an Arab spring brought to you by George Zionist Soros who bets on the downfall of the countries in question a makes billions and you can argue with me whether or not the arab spring was real or not but what is real is British Muslim Brotherhood won the day and ejected  prowestern last Tin soldier Mubarac and in comes a new leader Morsi first visit is to Iran and people cheer he’s going to help the people of Palestine and Gaza he opens the gates and for all purposes everyone thinks its going to be another Gamal Nasser maybe jobs for all right!!! well not so fast he closes the gates and tunnels. Palestine is left in their prison.  Morsi sacks the Generals and then finally shows his real colors and begins to show his true alliance as he gives himself unlimited powers.

pharaoh1A new Rothschilds Pharaoh sits in power for all of a day, when out comes the legions of people to show who is boss and has the real power something the western citizens should emulate and get off their fat asses before it’s too late. The main opposition bloc, dubbed “National Salvation Front,” denoucing the absolutist doctrines of Morsi So he has to be very careful and walks on the razors edge. 

 

 

Listen closely:

 

Egypt’s main opposition bloc rejects constitutional referendumBaradei

CAIRO, Dec. 9 (Xinhua) — Egypt’s main opposition bloc, dubbed “National Salvation Front,” announced Sunday evening rejection of the constitutional referendum slated for Dec. 15, urging all its supporters to say “No” to the draft constitution.

After a lengthy meeting at al-Wafd Party’s headquarters, the opposition bloc said in a statement the draft constitution is meant to serve the interests of one Egyptian faction, referring to the Muslim Brotherhood.

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi gave up Saturday the constitutional declaration issued on Nov. 22 that triggered nationwide protests and conflicts, and issued a new one in the hope of ending the turmoil.

The Front, led by former diplomat and liberal politician Mohamed El-Baradie, former Arab League chief Amr Moussa and other leading political figures, rejected the new declaration and urged for massive protests on Tuesday.

Protests spread throughout Egypt against Islamist dictatorship

By Johannes Stern
Global Research, December 09, 2012

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Mass protests against the ruling Islamist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and US-backed President Mohamed Mursi’s assertion of dictatorial powers spread throughout Egypt yesterday.

Hundreds of thousands of workers and youth defied a protest ban in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, and marched to the Ittihadeya Presidential Palace. Protesters broke through barbed wire barricades and concrete walls erected by the army in the streets leading to the palace. They chanted “Oh army, oh army, you are the right hand of the Brotherhood, you are cowards”, “Down with military rule”, and “Down, down Mohamed Mursi.”

Thwarting Mursi’s attempt to crush further protests at his palace, protesters passed through rows of soldiers and tanks stationed around the building. They surrounded the palace, chanting: “Revolution is back again.” In scenes recalling the early days of the Egyptian Revolution and the initial working-class uprising against President Hosni Mubarak, demonstrators climbed on tanks and sprayed slogans on armored vehicles.

Hundreds of protesters marched to the Heliopolis Court, demanding the release of workers and youth detained since the brutal crackdown on Wednesday night, when the MB’s Islamist militias arrested and tortured protesters in collaboration with the police.

As protests swelled in Heliopolis, hundreds of thousands also gathered on Tahrir Square, the iconic center of the Egyptian revolution in downtown Cairo. Chanting slogans against Mursi and the MB, workers and youth shut down traffic in and out of the square and erected barricades at its entrances.

Protests took place in all major cities and regions throughout the country.

In the coastal metropolis of Alexandria, thousands marched from al-Qaed Ibrahim Mosque on the corniche towards Sidi Gaber in the north of the city, where the headquarters of the Northern Military Region of the Egyptian Army is located. Responding to the violent crackdown in Cairo, protesters chanted: “The regime has lost its legitimacy, they killed our brothers and sisters at the presidential palace.”

Later in the evening, Al-Ahram’s Arabic web site reported that hundreds of demonstrators stormed the MB’s governorate headquarters, angry at the killing of other protesters by what they called “armed militias affiliated to the Muslim Brotherhood.”

In Zagazig, Mursi’s hometown in the east of the Nile Delta, protesters gathered in front of Mursi’s house, throwing rocks at the building. Security forces fired tear gas canisters into the crowd. Protesters also attacked the headquarters of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), the political arm of the MB.

In upper Egypt, thousands of protesters marched in the streets of Assiut, chanting slogans against the MB and Mursi.

Anti-MB protests across the country dwarfed a pro-MB gathering at the Al-Azhar Mosque in Cairo, which was attended by around 50,000 people.

The MB responded with more threats of violence. Friday night the Arabic web site of the state-owned Al-Ahram daily reported, “President Mohamed Mursi will issue a decree and task the armed forces to maintain security and protect vital installations of the state” until a constitution is adopted and elections are held. Article III of the new decree reportedly reestablishes the military’s power to arrest civilians and try them in military courts.

With the decree, which is to be published in the official Gazette and take effect the day following its publication, Mursi and the Egyptian military are declaring emergency law and preparing for mass repression after two weeks of nationwide protests and strikes.

As the Egyptian masses’ hatred of Mursi explodes, the working class is moving more and more to the forefront of the movement.

In the industrial city of Mahalla al-Kubra in the Nile Delta, thousands of workers and youth cut railways and blocked the entrances of the city. According to media reports, protesters stormed the city council and declared the city “independent” from the “Muslim Brotherhood state.” They announced plans to elect a “revolutionary council” to organize the city’s affairs.

The home of one of the biggest textile mills in the Middle East, Mahalla has a long history of militant working-class struggles. In 2006, a mass strike by the textile workers triggered a wave of strikes against free-market reforms and for better wages and living conditions. In April 2008, rising food prices sparked an uprising in Mahalla in which workers demanded the downfall of dictator Hosni Mubarak. In 2011, Mahalla workers played an important role in the mass strike wave that brought down Mubarak on February 11.

The renewed explosion of mass struggles came one day after Mursi gave a defiant speech on state TV. Recalling the speeches of Mubarak before he was ousted, Mursi denounced protesters as “infiltrators” who “will not escape punishment.” He also vowed to maintain the November 22 presidential decree by which he claimed all legislative, judicial, constitutional and executive powers.

As during last year’s uprising against Mubarak, Washington is backing its Egyptian stooge regime. The White House issued a statement saying that President Barack Obama “welcomed President Mursi’s call for a dialogue with the opposition, but stressed that such a dialogue should occur without preconditions.” The statement continued: “The president noted that the United States has also urged opposition leaders to join in this dialogue without preconditions.”

Protesters mocked Mursi as a tool of US imperialism. The British Guardian reported that one protester carried a placard reading: “Obama, your bitch is our dictator.”

Mohamed ElBaradei, the leader of the National Salvation Front (NSF), the main umbrella group of the Egyptian bourgeois opposition, consisting of various liberal and pseudo-left parties, gave an interview on the private satellite channel ON TV in which he asked workers and youth to stop their protests. He stressed the importance of finding a way “for all to live together” through a “representative constitution and parliament,” and said this could not happen if protests continued.

Shortly after ElBaradei’s speech, Egyptian Vice-President Mahmoud Mekki read a presidential statement announcing that Mursi would consider postponing the referendum on the constitution drafted last week by the Islamist-dominated constituent assembly. Mursi had set the referendum for December 15.

 

Egypt’s Morsi Prepares Martial Law and “Cancels” Decree Giving Himself “Sweeping Powers” in the Same Day

December 9, 2012 • 8:46AM

After days of anti-Muslim Brotherhood protests and rioting, where several offices of the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo and Alexandria were burned, Egyptian and Western media were reporting that President Mohammed Morsi’s government had prepared an order for martial law.

In the midst of the ongoing chaos and violence of the last 2-3 weeks, the Egyptian Army, which had played the decisive role in the Arab Spring demonstrations in February 2010, stepped in. On Saturday, December 8, a statement from an unnamed military spokesman was reported on Egyptian state television. The statement warned MB President Mohammed Morsi that dialogue with the opposition is the “best and only” way to overcome the conflict. “”The path of dialogue is the best and only way to reach agreement and achieve the interests of the nation and its citizens…. Anything other than (dialogue) will force us into a dark tunnel with disastrous consequences, something which we won’t allow,” the statement said, according to Associated Press.

Some form of meeting between the Morsi government and the opposition — boycotted by many opposition leaders like Amr Mousa and Mohamed ElBaradei — did take place on Saturday.

Then by 7 PM EST, it was reported that Morsi had “cancelled” the decree of three weeks ago in which he gave himself total power — abolishing the independent judiciary in addition to the earlier steps he had taken against the Parliament and military.

Hundreds of articles appeared reporting on aspects of the cancellation of the order — many of them quoting opposition members who said that the annulment of the order doesn’t matter any more because Morsi “got what he wanted” — i.e., the setting of a referendum to ratify the new Egyptian Constitution. As of 8 PM EST, it was being reported that the referendum would be held as December 15th as Morsi decreed last week.

There were still many thousands of anti-Muslim Brotherhood demonstrators out on the streets of Cairo late Saturday night.

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The Original Caste
One Tin Soldier lyrics

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Songwriters: LAMBERT, DENNIS EARLE / POTTER, BRIAN
 
Listen children to a story
That was written long ago
Bout a kingdom, on a mountain
And the valley folk below
On the mountian was a treasure
Burried deep beneath a stone
And the valley people swore
Theyd have it for their very own

Go ahead and hate your neighbor
Go ahead and cheat a friend
Do it in the name of Heaven
You can justify it in the end
There wont be any trumpets blowing
Come the judgement day
On the bloody morning after who…
One tin soldier rides away

So the people of the valley
Sent a message up the hill
Asking for the burried treasure
Tons of gold for which theyd kill
Cam an answer from the kingdom
With our brothers we will share
All the secrets of our mountain
N all the riches burried there

Now the valley cried in anger
NATO Mount your horses
Draw your sword
And they killed the mountain people
So they won their just reward
Now they stood beside the treasure
On the mountain dark and red
Turn the stone and which beneath it

Peace on Earth

Was all it said

Go ahead and hate your neighbor
Go ahead and cheat a friend
Do it in the name of Heaven
You can justify it in the end
There wont be any trumpets blowing
Come the judgement day
On the bloody morning after who…
One tin soldier rides away

Go ahead and hate your neighbor
Go ahead and cheat a friend
Do it in the name of Heaven
You can justify it in the end
There wont be any trumpets blowing
Come the judgement day
On the bloody morning after who…
One tin soldier rides away

Peace on Earth NATO, You Want peace you got to Spread Peace! It’s odvious you want to do your master’s Evil will Cloaked in Humanity slogans.

[ Lyrics from: http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/t/the_original_caste/one_tin_soldier.html ]

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One thought on “Rothschilds Paper Pharaoh: Remorsi Rules the day! backs off on Infinate powers!

  1. My congratulations the the ENTIRE WAKING PEOPLE of Egypt for Participating in their own salvation and putting a stop to Zionist overthrow of your country. Make no mistake it and still is their ambitions to over throw the peoples of the world and you on mass said NO!! I only wish the people in My country had a spine, We have a congress and a Military and a political apparatis that is unwilling to stand up to a zionist network of Rothschilds at least not yet! Thank you for leading the way!!

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