The Empire Strikes Back
The Zionists take to the media, worrying about the effect the uprising in Egypt will have on Israel. US President Barak Obama has demonstrated his obedience to the Zionist lobby before. We remember US and CIA involvement in the past, and what forms it took. Tehran in 1954, Chile in 1972, and in many other instances. A US delegation arrives in Egypt. Egyptian police and security forces return to the streets. The next day, just before his defiant speech to the nation, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak spends a half hour on the phone with Obama. Hours later a violent, organized counter attack against the protesters begins. As the toll of dead and injured mounts, the Egyptian army, recipient of $1.5 billion a year from the US, refuses to intervene to protect the protesters.
Machine gun fire is heard through the night. The pro-Mubarak thugs seem to have an "endless supply" of Molotov cocktails, adding to speculation they are government sponsored and organized, a correspondent on the ground says.
A woman in Cairo's central square interviewed by cell phone says she saw a man shot in the head. Between sobs she says, "We are not leaving this place."