This article was published on July 29, 2010 six months before the recent overthrow of Egypt's President Mubarek. In Hindsight it makes interesting reading as does the article written a year earlier which discussed the reasons why 18 months later, the Egyptian revolution finally took place. If and when the Brotherhood gains power and influence in Egypt, it is likely that Egypt will begin sponsoring the likes of Hamas, al-Qaida and other terrorist organizations. And the more powerful the Brotherhood becomes in Egypt, the more likely it is that Egypt will abrogate its peace treaty with Israel.
Authors Note: This article was published on July 29, 2010. It's content makes interesting reading in view of the recent overthrow of Egypt's President. The article, written a year earlier demonstrates why the revolution took place.
The Future State of Egypt By R.P. BenDedek Jul 29, 2010 - 12:35:12 AM
In May of 2009 at Kingscalendar.com, under the title: Egypt: The Future Islamofacist State, I drew attention to the Future of Egypt given the rise of Islamic Fundamentalism. I state therein that if the winds of Islamic fundamentalism keep blowing as they have, coupled as they are in Egypt with a people unimpressed with the governments achievements, then before long, Egypt will once again crumble into the dust of history.
The future of Egypt after President Mubarak disappears from the scene, is the subject [in part] of an article recently published by Caroline Glick who writes for the Jerusalem Post.
In her article Change we must believe in Caroline Glick looks at the recent changes that have taken place in Turkey which is veering away from its NATO 'mission statement' as it were, and then looks at Egypt. She offers an inciteful look into the way the future of the Middle East is taking shape, and that future has direct impact on the U.S.A. and the rest of the free world.
As pertaining to Egypt, here are a few quotes from that article:
The Washington Times reported that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is terminally ill and likely will die within the year.
Egypt has never been Israel's strategic ally. In recent years however, Egypt's interests have converged with Israel's regarding the threat posed by Iran and its terror proxies Hizbullah and Hamas - the Palestinian branch of the Mubarak regime's nemesis, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood. These shared interests have paved the way for security cooperation between the two countries on several issues.
All of this is liable to change after Mubarak exits the stage. In all likelihood the Muslim Brotherhood will have greater influence and power than it enjoys today. And this means that a successor regime in Egypt will likely have closer ties to the Iranian axis.
Recognizing the shifting winds, presidential hopefuls are cultivating ties with the Brotherhood.
For instance, former International Atomic Energy Agency chief and current Egyptian presidential hopeful Mohamed El-Baradei has been wooing the Brotherhood for months.
If and when the Brotherhood gains power and influence in Egypt, it is likely that Egypt will begin sponsoring the likes of Hamas, al-Qaida and other terrorist organizations. And the more powerful the Brotherhood becomes in Egypt, the more likely it is that Egypt will abrogate its peace treaty with Israel.
Were Egypt to abrogate the treaty, a conventional war between Egypt and Israel would become a tangible prospect for the first time since 1973.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's routine fawning pilgrimage to Mubarak this week seemed to demonstrate that our leaders are not thinking about the storm that is brewing just over the horizon in Cairo.
One can't help but wonder if the reason why leaders cannot see the brewing storms just over the horizon, is that they are too busy bowing the knee to a variety of politically motivated ideologues and their media sycophants.
In this Politically Correct high tech age with it's accelerated high speed information transference, it is easy for us to get caught up in what amounts to little more than propaganda, but as I wrote in Media Psychoses and a Mental Press;
'It's very easy to 'take sides' in an issue, and it is very easy to be persuaded of a cause, but at the end of the day, unless it is our specific purpose to blind ourselves to the truth, it is encumbent upon us to do our best to look at every situation from as many persepectives as possible'.
Recently the same Caroline Glick as already quoted, wrote about this same issue of politically and ideologically motivated media. In her article: Fit for 'The New York Times' (Jerusalem Post July 9, 2010) she wrote:
We are stuck in a rut because politically and ideologically motivated media organs operate hand in globe with radical groups seeking to undermine Israel's national sovereignty and end its alliance with the US. Together they manufacture news that bears no relation to reality or the true challenges facing those who seek peace in the Middle East. But obviously for The New York Times, that is what makes it fit to print.
Whereas the Times required five reporters to work for weeks to come up with exactly nothing illegal in the operations of US charitable groups that support Jewish communities the Times wishes to destroy, the Times would have needed to invest no resources whatsoever to discover that the PA kills any Arab who sells land to Jews. The PA has made no effort to hide this policy. It is in the public sphere for anyone willing to look at reality.
The Times' article is a textbook case of the media's ideologically motivated aggression against Middle East reality. Any way you look at it, it is a premeditated affront to the very notion that the role of a newspaper is to report facts rather manufacture news aimed at shaping perceptions and skewing debate.
That last line pretty much sums up the reality of media today, and it behooves us not to let our thoughts, opinions, beliefs and ideals to be spoonfed us in the name of Political Correctness or political expediency.
The world is changing, and there is not much that we can do about it, but if that change occurs both dramatically and negatively, then we ourselves must face the possibility of our own culpability for that change.
"The Patriarchs' Route" in Gush Etzion also passes through an area known as Netzer, located between the Elazar and Alon Shvut communities. The Netzer area is built on terraces that assemble a spectacularly beautiful, green mosaic; green grapes twining alongside old olive trees in plots of varying shapes and sizes, and in the pre-Spring season the Netzer space looks like a Claude Monet masterpiece: the green background is spotted with the pink and white of the almond trees at the peak of their bloom. But this pastoral bubble bursts the moment we 'zoom-in' on the photo, then we discover a real battle for this land and the future of the country, with the innocent plants often standing like soldiers on the frontline.
A key portion of the meeting was White House Domestic Policy Council (DPC) Director Cecilia Munoz outlining President Obama's overall immigration reform proposal that includes creating a pathway to citizenship for up to 11-million illegal aliens. In my discussion with the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Public Safety and Border Security, I mentioned that a potential "State of State Emergency" might be unfolding, and deliberate steps might have to be taken by the State of Arizona to protect its' own sovereignty and welfare."
A Male Steward came off the plane and walked over to me and said: "It's alright! We aren't going to leave without you! Calm down! Catch your breath!" The 'So and So' was right. It was still another 30 minutes before we took off! I on the other hand was watching the driver through his rear view mirror. He seemed to be blinking an awful lot and his driving was a little erratic. Not that that is unusual in China, but when you are on the highway and you have 3 or 4 lanes to choose from and very little traffic, you would think that you could drive in at least one or two of those lanes for more than 500 meters at a time.
Anyway, I was not the kind of child that hung around and did nothing. I had to have my own adventures and make discoveries of this new place we were to call our home away from home. There was a huge Combined British Military Hospital and a Family Hospital attached to it. At first I avoided the Military Hospital, because the nurses and the orderlies who saw me loitering around might question me and then report this to my father who was the officer in charge.
Marxists believe that the existing society must be destroyed in order to successfully establish the new order. They believe that society, like the Phoenix must die so that out of the ashes can rise the new Phoenix. I don't think that they realise that it is the same bird that rises, not one with a new design. Cultural Marxists pay no attention to the lessons of history, and it is we who will suffer because of it. We must begin to question what we have been taught. We must begin to see where our societies are headed. And most importantly, we must stop being bystanders who believe that there is nothing that they can do. (History, accelerated by science, is compressing itself, and our misfortunes, into ever tighter spirals. Can we cope? We can if we recognize the fact that man's astonishing technological progress presents just as many dangers to society as opportunities; and if we remember that utopia, or the Kingdom of Heaven, or whatever you choose to call such a state of grace, is not something that we confer on our society with science or social institutions, but forge within our souls by an act of devotion to some thing or principle greater than ourselves: Wm. B. Fankboner
Definition: King's Calendar Chronological Research
The Premise: Between the 5th and 3rd centuries BCE (but continuing down to at least 104 BCE), Sectarian redactors transcribed the legitimate 'solar year' chronological records of Israel and Judah, into an artificial form, with listed years as each comprised of 12 months of 4 weeks of 7 days, or 336 days per year, thus creating a 13th artificial year where 12 solar years existed.
When the Synchronous Chronological Data provided in the Books of Kings and Chronicles for the Divided Kingdom Period are measured in years of 336 days, the synchronisms actually align. [Refer to Appendix 5. to see how it synchronises the Divided Kingdom Period]
About the KingsCalendar Publisher
R.P.BenDedek is the owner and Editor of KingsCalendar.com which was originally set up to publicize his research results into the Chronology of Ancient Israel. Those results were published under the title: 'The King's Calendar: The Secret of Qumran'.
Whilst there have been many attempts to solve the chronological riddle of the Bible's synchronisms of reigns of the kings of Israel and Judah and their synchronism with other Ancient Near Eastern Nations, no other research is based on a simple mathematical formula which could, if it is incorrect, be disproved easily. To date, no one has been able to dismiss the mathematical results of this research.
Free to air Academic articles set forth Apologetics for and results of his discovery of an "artificial chronological scheme" running through the Bible, Josephus, the Damascus Documents of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and Seder Olam Rabbah.
Freedom will be an illusion for those who are living now in the Middle east countries where these uprisings are occuring. They are seeking a 'democracy' as they see in the US etc. Point: there is no democracy in the US, and hasn't been for quite a while. Even now they are about to unleash martial law on their own people - for the 'people's sake', no doubt.
The people leading these moves, in the east, have been arranged by the One World people in America etc. They will place them into the E.U. thereby fulfilling the plan. These curent governments have had their 'use by date', and so a new system is to be imposed - worse than any they had before. Woe to the people of these nations.
Consider the new PM of Egypt was the head of the dreaded/ hated security police. Also, there is a great hatred for the Jews arising and being stirred up in these nations.
In Syria, the leaders of the movement are supported by the US - in more ways than one [Wikileaks]. I am convinced, Assad's statement that the earlier shootings by civilian clothed men was the work of these people is correct. The normal Syrian would see it as the security police, which it isn't, and become more aroused to their own violence.
Whatever the scenario, the people of these nations are being fed lies and are being set up for things far worse then they could think of - a bloodbath. God help them!