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Offline Cincinnatus

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"Hand-picked" may be a bit strong but his background, given what Michael Savage (yeah, him) states, is a bit more than disquieting.

You remember Mohammed ElBaradei, right? ElBaradei is the guy who led the inspections of Iran’s nuclear program when he was the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). In 2007, ElBaradei called for everyone to take a “timeout regarding the Iranian nuclear issue.” He hoped that Iran would suspend its nuclear “enrichment activity” and “go immediately to the negotiating table.”i

As it turned out, ElBaradei was just stalling for time. A year later he gave the Iranian nuclear program a clean bill of health, saying that Iran’s explanations of its suspicious nuclear activities “are consistent with [the IAEA's] findings [or at least] not inconsistent.”ii

The Wall Street Journal described ElBaradei’s agenda in blunt terms: “In reality, he is a deeply political figure, animated by antipathy for the West and for Israel on what has increasingly become a single-minded crusade to rescue favored regimes from charges of proliferation.”iii

In the meantime, yet another Iranian facility for the production of centrifuges used in the enrichment of weapons-grade uranium was discovered.iv

ElBaradei’s pro-Islamist, anti-Israel agenda has made him a perfect mouthpiece for George Soros and the spread of the “Soros Doctrine” in the MiddlecEast. In fact, he’s on the board of Soros’s International Crisis Group, and he was handpicked by Soros to be his representative in Egypt. On January 18, 2011, before the uprising in Egypt had begun, ElBaradei, in what was a veiled call to action for Islamists, warned that a “Tunisia-style explosion” could occur in Egypt.

Obama wasn’t standing idly by while all this was happening.

The U.S. knew as early as December 2008 that groups opposed to the Mubarak regime were developing a plan to overthrow the Egyptian government. They received the information from a young dissident who the U.S. had sponsored to attend a meeting for international political activists that took place in New York City.v

In addition, according to documents exposed by WikiLeaks, U.S. Ambassador to Egypt Margaret Scobey was aware of the plans of the Mubarak opposition group. Leaked documents also show that while the United States publicly supported the Mubarak government, U.S. Embassy officials continued to communicate with the activist in question throughout 2008 and

After Mubarak left office, ElBaradei emerged as a key figure in a “shadow parliament” that formed in Egypt.vii The shadow parliament consisted of opposition leaders who were trying to develop plans for a transition to a new regime through “free and democratic” elections. Included in the group were representatives of the Muslim Brotherhood, the radical terrorist group responsible for the assassination of Egyptian Premier Anwar Sadat in 1981 and the seed group for other Islamist terrorist organizations, including al Qaeda.viii The Muslim Brotherhood seeks nothing less than a government based on Islamist principles, including the implementation of Shariah Law and waging jihad against the west.

ElBaradei, given the fact that he looked the other way when inspecting Iran’s nuclear facilities, is very likely a puppet of the Iranian regime. In April 2009 ElBaradei told the press that “more U.S. engagement with Tehran’s leaders would increase regional security.”ix

The list of the people on the Board of Directors of the ICG along with ElBaradei reads like a Who’s Who of International anti-American, anti-Israel zealots. It includes Javier Solana, one of the most powerful figures in the European Union. Because of his Marxist sympathies and his support for the regime of Cuba’s Fidel Castro, Solana was at one time on the USA’s subversive list. Former U.S. National Security Advisor Sandy Berger, who once smuggled incriminating documents out of the Clinton White House by hiding them in his clothing is another Board Member, as is General Wesley Clark, once fired from his NATO command position.

No, I am not a fan of Savage but this info, if correct is definitely worrisome. (the Roman numerals stand for footnotes at the link).
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Offline Rapunzel

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Re: Who is the New Head of Egypt? Hand-picked by George Soros...
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2013, 12:54:15 AM »
Mohammed ElBaradei is a buddy of Soros, this is true.  I cannot stand the man.  However, he was put in place in Egypt this weekend -- for one day. People revolted and the judge in charge right now decided it wasn't such a good idea after all and Mohammed ElBaradei was removed.  No name yet (that I've read) on who is going to have the job next.

A couple of years ago Ulsterman actually did a lot of indepth reporting on how the head union guy, Leo Gerard, who is pulling all the strings with this administration and is buddies with Obama and Soros was deeply involved in the Arab Spring..  Glenn Beck dug into this, too.. it cost him his job at Fox. 

Anyway.. you might want to read the entire thing at the link.


the Old Man had told you about Leo Gerard, right?  My timeline has you being told about how influential…how dangerous Leo Gerard was…connections with Lagarde…ummm…the toppling of the Brazilian government and the…the use of the American military in Africa to help facilitate Gerard’s expansion into that area
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