EGYPT AND THE PYRAMID OF POWER
By Investigating Journalist Jon Rappoport
February 3, 2011
It’s a grim party. People in the streets, riots, police, soldiers, and nobody seems exactly sure what it’s for.
Take your choice: kick out the dictators; new democracy; Islamic theocracy; lower food prices; CIA op.
Those are just a few of the possibilities.
Spontaneous mobs of more than 15,000 people are rarely spontaneous. Somebody is backing it. A guy in a mosque, a guy in a suit, a guy in a Rolls with a chauffeur. Or all three.
The odds that Egypt will emerge with a brand new Constitutional republic or anything resembling it are a million to one against, in Vegas.
However, if you start thinking about the Suez Canal and big ships loaded with oil having a hard time getting through—and you reflect on what that will do to oil prices…now you may be on to something, because in order to make the dream of alternative energy come true in the way these things do come true (with lots of conditions attached), gas at the pump has to go up to around eight dollars a gallon. It’s a rig-job. Nothing to do with the free market. Globalists are devoted, of course, to alternative energies like solar, wind, geothermal—not because they’re affordable, but because they level the playing field for nations, and put US industry under the gun.
Real globalists don’t want more energy, they want less.