Saturday, February 19, 2011



By: Fahim A. Knight-El:

The American people and global community are very gullible and I am basing this statement on the recent so-called political unrest in Egypt and the call for the reform movement that is taking place in that nation (ignorance is at an all time high relative to this international crisis); I did not say revolution there are some distinct differences between those who seek revolution and those who advocate reform (the ignorant masses do not know the differences between the two ideologies). Frantz Fanon is his monumental book titled, "The Wretched of the Earth" analyzed the differences with what is deemed revolutionary objectives and how these objectives differ from reform. This is a good opportunity for the scholars and laypersons to revisited Fanon's work because no one has analyzed European colonialism and the effects that imperialism had on North African society to the extent of Fanon. The entire African continent and the so-called Middle East have yet to overcome the longstanding vestiges of tribalism, classism, religious divisiveness (Sunni versus Shia, Jew versus Muslim, Christian versus Muslim, etc.) and the artificial class stratums (rich versus poor) that were systematically imposed by the former colonial masters (the colonial masters agendas of yesterday are entrenched in the very social fiber of how their former colonist think and react today). (Reference: Kwame Nkrumah; "Consciencism"). They have always perceived other people's culture, traditions and system of government as being inferior to their own and therefore, imposing their worldview on all the indigenous people to whom they came in contact with around the world.

Alvin and Heidi Toffler in their book titled, "Creating A New Civilization: The Politics of the Third Wave" stated: "Because massive changes in society cannot occur without conflict, we believe the metaphor of history as 'waves' of change is more dynamic and revealing than talk about a transition to 'post-modernism'. Waves are dynamic. When waves crash in on one another, powerful crosscurrents are unleashed. When waves of history collide, whole civilizations clash. And that sheds light on much that otherwise seems senseless or random in today's world." (Reference: Alvin and Heidi Toffler; "Creating A New Civilization" p. 27).

Thus, most of these new conflicts arising in the Middle East are rooted in a past historical paradigm where the West has allowed these oil and mineral rich Arab nations to establish "Royal Families" (there has been no such thing deemed democracy in this region of the world and yet they have always convinced us they were on a quest to democratize the heathens of the globe) based on rule by Elitist blood lineage (blood has always been the determining factor for who was to govern and America and other Western Nations have always turned a blind eye to the corruption and the brutality of these wealthy Arab monarchs (perhaps in our civics and social studies classes in our middle school curriculum, we were not taught the difference between a "Monarchy and Democracy").

The United States interest in the region has been twofold—they have unconditionally backed the Zionist State of Israel (which receives over 4-5 billion dollars annually in U.S. Foreign Aid) since its creation in 1948 and the other interest has been our dependency on Middle Eastern oil (this interest has been led for generations by the Rockefellers). (Reference: Andy Stern; Oil From Rockefeller to Iraq and Beyond"). These variables have required one of the most delicate international political balancing acts and others would argue that America's position in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been everything but balance and critics would argue that it has been lopsided at best. (Reference: Obadiah Shoher; "Samson Blinded: A Machiavellian Perspective on the Middle East Conflict").

The former President of the United States Richard Nixon in his book titled, "Seize The Moment" stated: "The Arab-Israeli conflict poisons our relations with the Muslim world and undercuts our ability to cooperate with countries with modernist, pro-Western leaders. Israel's occupation of Arab lands--and particularly its increase harsh treatment of the Palestinians--polarizes and radicalizes the Muslim world. It undermines the moderates, such as President Mubarak of Egypt. All Muslim leaders support the legitimate aspirations of the Palestinian people and view the harassment of Israeli occupation forces in the so-called intifada as legitimate armed resistance, not terrorism." (Reference: Richard Nixon; "Seize The Moment"; p.220).

So one has to raise the question of who is really behind the events occurring in Egypt. The true intent of those who have historically advocated revolution was not just interested in removing reactionary dictators (we must understand that Mubarak and other Islamic puppet leaders are just symptoms of the problem and not the cause), but the objective has always been to bring about the complete changing of a system and replacing it with what was deemed as a better form of government or rule that would be responsive to the political, economic and social needs of the masses of the people (a reform led movement will forever fall very short of this objective). Minister Malcolm said it better than anyone else that I could think of, the revolution won't be televised. Let's be clear what's taking place in Egypt is far from a people's revolution, it will not bring about a real change of power nor will it alter the political paradigm in Egypt or the Middle Eastern region.

What you see taking place is artificial and these reformist leaders know that their agenda will not ultimately benefit the Egyptian Lumpenproletariat, but it's designed to further the privileged class of the Egyptian Elitist and further empower the Petit-bourgeois sector—these type movements are never meant to change the status of the have-nots other than furthering their oppression and repression under the pretense of change, as well as, continuing to enrich that 10% bloodsuckers of the poor. The masses have bought into the false propaganda that the so-called Middle East and North Africa (you do know that Egypt, Algeria, Libya and Tunisia are in Africa and not in the so-called Middle East) up risings and we fail to understand that ordinarily that these type political and social events are well crafted and induced in order to benefit the Club of 300 (the hidden Invisible Rulers).

Powerful Invisible external forces set the date, time, place, etc., of the crisis in Egypt and has already determine when it shall end and what the outcome is going to be (they have been responsible for staging all global crisis from those with negative consequences to those having positive consequences for the last 200 years). The so-called militant Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood movement, if allowed to succeed President Mubarak as a new face and political voice of Egypt, they would have already met with the leaders of the Zionist State of Israel and the CIA, which to receive their marching orders (relative to cutting a covert deal with the real power and authority in the region before they assume power). Moreover, to the Muslims, you must surely know that these events do not constitute the beginning of an Islamic revolution. I know many radical militant Muslims are viewing the uprisings in Bahrain, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Yemen, etc., as having the potential of giving rise to a new Islamic era and fail to realize that their "revolution" is being induced by Invisible Elitist and International Bankers.

This writer doesn't quite see these chain of events from an Islamic-religious perspective, which is steeped in some divine prophecy that has been preordained by Allah (God); However, I do share this small thread with the Islamic fundamentalist (and in reality the Egypt crisis has created an ambivalence inside me), which sometime even induced crisis possess the potential to move outside the intended objective of those who instigated the crisis and this could very well turn into a spark that was initially unpredictable and unforeseen having the smallest potential of uniting the Muslim world. Moreover, if the scenario plays out in this manner, then no doubt this could be the fuel to unite the Islamic world and for once declare themselves free from monarch rule. I still do not think these divergent Islamic cultures and religious ideologies could agree on whether the new model of rule should be an Islamic Theocracy or the embracing of modern Islamic secularism (this lack of homogeneous thought would render perhaps the same present day reality with where Islam and Muslims are as I write this article—a divided Jummat).

The West surely would still play a part in these matters of international decisions. But here is the problem with that axiom, Saudi Arabia is the most reactionary Islamic Government in the Middle East and it has truly sold its soul to the devil and until these Wahhabi infidels (the gatekeepers of the Kaaba) are dealt with nothing is going change for the Muslim world because so as Mecca and Medina go so does the Muslim world. Perhaps when I see upheaval and uprising in Mecca and the people overthrowing the Saud family monarchy who also has been good lapdogs for the interest of the West for over eighty years only then will my optimism increase.

Egypt will continue its Islamic secularism and continue to receive economic foreign aid crumbs from the United States and the United Kingdom after Mubarak is long gone. The region is of strategic and vital importance to Western European nations. They are not really concern about Arabs killing Arabs this is the least of their worries; however, the Suez Canal is one of the most vital ports for international commerce and trade, as well as giving United States and Israeli Warships quick and easy access to points in the Middle East and points in Africa and routes to the Indian Ocean. But the most important commodity is the millions of tons of Middle East oil, which is allowed to pass through Egyptian maritime ports.

James M. Day in his book titled: "What Every American Should Know About the Middle East and Oil" stated: "Although not an OPEC member, Egypt is an important factor in the oil world and Mid East. Not only is it an oil exporter, it controls the Suez Canal, a vital oil tanker route. . .The completion of the Suez Canal by Ferdinand de Lesseps in 1869 was the biggest thing to hit Egypt since the invention of the pyramids. Unfortunately, construction costs and fraudulent bookkeeping by the French-managed canal company and European bankers bankrupted Egypt. In 1875 Queen Victoria bought 44% of the stock in the Suez Canal for the British Government so its ships were guaranteed the short cut between England and India.” (Reference: James M. Day; "What Every American Should Know About the Middle East and Oil”; p. 11). Thus, the outcome of Egypt's turmoil will not change the standard of living for the Egyptian people nor alter the political, economic and social condition of the 85%—they are being used only as canon fodder and when the smoke clears and the dust settles, they will still be under the control of another ruthless monarch (and there still will be no equal redistribution of the wealth upon the ousting of President Hosni Mubarak).

Mubarak and his families and cronies have stolen billion of dollars from the Egyptian people with the majority of the money being housed in European, Swiss and U.S. Banks. These damnable Islamic hypocrites (referred to in Arabic as munaafiq or kuffar) consistently violates Islamic Sharia by imposing and receiving interest on their money and lending interest based money (economic and financial usury) which goes against the teachings of the Qur'an. They are in bed with Shaitan (Satan), Mubarak has accumulated (stolen) more personal wealth than Bill Gates founder of Microsoft. He is a billionaire and yet the Egyptian people are poor and oppressed. President Barack Obama for days during the initial stages of the crisis in Egypt did not utter one word against Mubarak because he was under strict instructions not to repudiate this CIA agent provocateur.

I am quite sure the United States or Great Britain is already prepared to give Mubarak diplomatic immunity and political asylum either in these two nations or any other nation of his choice. He will be rewarded for his betrayal of its people, as opposed to allowing him just to walk away from his crimes, he should be extradited to the United States to stand trial as a war criminal and/or turn him over to the Egyptian people and let an Islamic jurisprudence process impose justice under Islamic Sharia—this is the only type of justice that is deserving of a traitor like Mubarak.

These monarch puppets do not believe in Islam, they are staunch capitalist and yet the United States has the audacity to bless some dictators and condemn others; they want us to reject President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe so-called based on his human rights record while they are in bed with these ruthless Arab monarchs. The United States Foreign policy is full of contradictions, but the masses have relied on the mass mediums of U.S. propaganda machines to inform them and this well crafted subjective reporting machine keeps them misinformed and ignorant of the issues. Egypt has not had a democracy perhaps since the great dynastic eras of ancient Kemet and yet the American people have allowed our hard earn tax dollars to be used to support this imperialistic and reactionary government (yet the United States has an escalating national deficit and Federal Reserve has bankrupt our nation). President Hosni Mubarak is nothing but an United States and Israeli lapdog. He has been on the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) payroll for over four decades and what many do not know he was the CIA front man in the assassination of former Egyptian President Muhammad Anwar Sadat on October 6, 1981.

Former President Jimmy Carter in his book titled, “Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid” stated: “During many conversations with Sadat, I often expressed apprehension about Egypt’s growing isolation from the other Arab nations, but he would scoff at my concern. He was certain that his bold initiative represented his own people’s aspirations for peace, and he was equally convinced that most of Israel’s other Arab neighbors had the same ambition, at least among the people themselves. He strongly and publicly condemned the leaders of those nations for their short sighted timidity when fail to follow his example. Sadat proved to be right about the fruitlessness of attempts to punish Egypt. The other Arabs could not long exclude or ignore Egypt, with its formidable armed forces, central location, ancient cultural heritage, heterogeneous population of 47 million, large external workforce, and the willingness of its leaders to explore bold new concepts. A Tel Aviv University professor told me that the Arabs’ attitude toward Egypt during their attempted boycott reminded him of an old headline in the London Times, “Fog in Channel. Europe Isolated.” (Reference: Jimmy Carter; “Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid”; p. 90)

For those who do not know the original Hamites and Nubians who occupied Egypt shares no kinship with these Semites (they are imposters) who occupies Egypt today, which means only the original man can lay claim to this land and territory—this is a whole new discussion, but it is relevant and germane to the future of Egypt.(Reference: Chancellor Williams; The Destruction of Black Civilization: Great Issues of a Race from 4500 B.C. to 2000 A.D.). These Robber Barons have duped the world into believing that it was their ancestors who built the pyramids and created the majesty in ancient Kemet (Egypt) and I have exposed this lie in a number of articles that have written and posted on my Keeping it Real Blog (Reference: Rudolph R. Windsor; “From Babylon Timbuktu”).

They (the United States Government) elevated President Hosni Mubarak because of his obedience and loyalty to the United States Government, he has been a good gatekeeper for the enemies of Islam and against the Egyptian people. The United States State Department and the Pentagon handpicked this traitor and have used him against the legitimate political aspirations of the Egyptian people, in particular and the Arab people in general. He was deemed a moderate Islamic voice (whatever the hell that means) and one of his primary assignments was keeping Islamic militancy and radicalism under control while the United States sent him billions of dollars in foreign aid to help him control the Suez Canal, which served as defense barrier for Israeli State and at the same time President Hosni Mubarak was not really concern about the Israeli blockades and the prohibiting of humanitarian aid being allowed to the people of Palestine and Lebanon. Israel is considered the 51st state and Egypt is considered 52nd state of these United States of America.

This writer caution people and scholars to be very careful of how we analyze this crisis in Egypt relative to the political and social upheavals that is taking place in Cairo and throughout that nation because it is difficult for me to overlook the role that the powerful Invisible Forces play in manipulating world events and shaping the reality for humanity. I do not know what the ultimate objective may be in the Middle East region, but I do think these events have been well orchestrated by some shrewd external forces, thus it makes it difficult to measure, if there will be any credible merit to these uprisings and rebellions and/or will they produce any real political, economic or social changes for the masses of the Egyptian people. However, as I have stated above the crisis in Egypt must be viewed as a mere reformist movement and being far beyond what a true revolution is, which means no real change is going to take place for masses of the Egyptian people and whoever replaces President Hosni Mubarak will be handpicked by the United States Government and the so-called new policies will only be a continuation of Mubarak’s repressive policies.

Revolution seeks to alter the entire system and replaces it with a new form of rule and often it is unpredictable when revolution will come knocking. I also believe that you can read much into this crisis relative to the plight of Islam, although, Muslims will perhaps seek to exploit these artificial chain of events as the possible beginning of an Islamic world revolution (to further incite Jihad), but will quickly become disappointed to find out that perhaps the CIA and its international agent provocateurs are behind what is taking place throughout the Islamic world (they are setting Muslims up for the next global stage paradigm). But I do know that the masses of humanity are disenchanted and dissatisfied and the young people of Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen, Libya, Bahrain, etc., are examples of the spirit of youth who no longer desire to be controlled by undemocratic monarchs who live lavish lifestyles while the masses remain poor and destitute. What is taking place in Egypt was destined to occur; it has been in the making for over thirty-years.

Fahim A. Knight-El Chief Researcher for KEEPING IT REAL THINK TANK located in Durham, NC; our mission is to inform African Americans and all people of goodwill, of the pending dangers that lie ahead; as well as decode the symbolism and reinterpreted the hidden meanings behind those who operate as invisible forces, but covertly rules the world. We are of the belief that an enlightened world will be better prepared to throw off the shackles of ignorance and not be willing participants for the slaughter. Our MOTTO is speaking truth to power. Fahim A. Knight-EL can be reached at fahimknight@

Stay Awake Until We Meet Again,
Fahim A. Knight-El

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