Monday, November 28, 2011
By Paul Martin

By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
November 28, 2011

[Note: Relevant to my newest book, The Power Elite and the Secret Nazi Plan, the November 13, 2011 edition of The Telegraph published an article, “Angela Merkel promises to get to the bottom of neo-Nazi linked murders,” in which was indicated “there was speculation among the media and some politicians that the neo-Nazi suspects might have escaped detection for so long because of links to the country’s domestic intelligence service.” In my book, I wrote that Nazi Gen. Reinhard Gehlen’s organization after WWII in the mid-1950s became West Germany’s domestic intelligence service. And on Nov. 16, The Telegraph reported that German Chancellor Merkel said “Germany wants a strong European Union with 27 members… [and] also wants a 17-member Eurozone as strong and that inspires confidence. We are prepared to give up a piece of national sovereignty to achieve that.” This would all fit within the secret Nazi plan which is part of the larger Power Elite (PE) plan unfolding today.]

About a month ago on October 24, Islamists claimed victory in Tunisia’s election. Abdel Hamid Jlazzi, the campaign manager for Ennahda (which came from the Muslim Brotherhood [MB]), said his party (Ennahda) had won first place in the vote for an assembly which will draft a constitution and appoint an interim president and government until new elections in late 2012 or early 2013.

Egypt’s parliamentary elections begin today covering nine provinces including the cities of Cairo and Alexandria. Analysts say Isalmists could win about 40% of the seats with a large portion going to the MB. According to The Washington Post in “Muslim Brotherhood Sells Cheap Food Ahead of Holiday and Egypt Parliament Vote” (November 5), the MB “is using its long-standing charity networks to gain an edge over more liberal and secular candidates…. Critics call it vote-buying.” One of the major reasons for Egyptians demanding the removal of President Hosni Mubarak was the large number of unemployed. However, The Washington Post article also revealed that “unemployment has risen since the winter protests that ousted President Mubarak and empowered the nation’s military.”

In addition to discounted food, the MB has also provided mobile health clinics. They are challenged by the more fundamentalist Islamists named the Salafists, who were a movement begun in Saudi Arabia and who want Sharia law. Could this be the Saudis’ way of influencing the Egyptian election results? As the election got nearer, Al Arabia News on November 18 reported that hundreds of thousands of Egyptians protested in Cairo’s Tahrir Square against the army’s continued rule over the people. According to Al Arabia News, “Friday’s rally was dominated by the country’s most organized political group, the Muslim Brotherhood.” With MB member Hani Hegazi saying, “The army has no role in ruling people…. We want civilian rule….”

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