A Cry for “HELP” from Egypt

The post below is verbatim from the Mermaid’s Sea, a blog by a very talented Egyptian woman about whom I have posted before. The post is from yesterday. The so called Egyptian “government” is blocking all sorts of access to the outside world, just what we would expect from despotic governments. If you are in a position to get word out to the world about Egypt, please do your best.

Go to her blog, if you can, I was able to access it just now, and show your support.  Her English is superb, so feel free to wish her and her people well.

Here is her post.

HELP!!!

The dictatorial Egyptian government has forced the three mobile network companies in Egypt to block SMS sending and receiving. They also blocked the BBM services.

In Suez (one of the governates on the Suez Canal), they cut off the mobile phone networks and landlines as well!

Besides blocking Twitter, they started blocking FB! And they intend on cutting off the whole internet service all over Egypt tomorrow, 28th Jan!

They want us to be separated from the whole world so that they kill and slaughter us as they wish with no witness to their crimes!!!

Try to spread the news please. Help us make more pressure on them to leave us ask for OUR rights that have been taken from us by Mubarak the dictator who has been ruling us for THIRTY years!!!

I’ll try to update this post tomorrow as much as I can if I have still internet access!

17 responses to “A Cry for “HELP” from Egypt

  1. As usual with my wacky take on things I have been afraid that these “Islamic Revolutions” across North Africa are not “spontaneous” and have something to do with France building (or leasing) military bases in Morocco, Algeria and Libya since 2005 and the creation of AFRICOM (US African Command). They bribed Libya with oil deals (BP) and nuclear power plants (2 to be built by Total)…plus they had to give up those two saps to our hero Susan Lindauer (but that’s another “story”). Anyway the French (NATO) are already there “ready to respond to any crisis”.

    From MY take all this is a clear indicator “they” are going to roll out the next phase of “the big plan” which of course is World War and Global Genocide starting this year. It also all fits into the long term plan to separate all Christians and Muslims for the old “divide and conquer (destroy)” both religions since North Africa is THE place where Muslims and Christians at the “man on the street level” have the most potential to unite and expose and defeat the lie that is Jews.

  2. Kiva Traveler

    At first I was doubtful about the intelligence of men setting themselves on fire. But after more thought I came to see that essentially the men who have done this were no different than the military unit flag-carriers of armies in the 19th century. Take the American Civil War as an example. Many times army units attacking forts would become bogged down below the ramparts of a fort, with no one willing to attack further. At such times the man carrying the unit’s flag would often boldly attack ALONE up to the rampart of the fort and standing there alone he would wave the flag as a sign for his unit to join him in the attack. The other men of his unit would become so ashamed at their own lack of valor and at the sacrifice of their flagman, that the whole unit would rise up and follow him over the rampart. Quite often the flagman would be killed – his mission was usually a suicide mission in such cases. Quite often he would never even reach the rampart of the fort. Maybe another man would risk his life by running up to lift the flag from the first fallen flagman.

    Such sacrifice is not pointless. Such bravery is the oil that greases the wheels of armies so that they can regain cohesiveness and certainly of purpose. While I do not personally like Middle Eastern societies, I must admit that the Muslims who set fire to themselves were indeed brave men who turned themselves into living burning banners – no less brave or effective than the old 19th century soldier who carried his flag to the top of the walls of an enemy fort.

    Irrespective of whether I agree with their total cause or not – like the early 19th century generals who witnessed splendid valor on the part of the enemy attacking them – I too must say to the modern banner-men of the Mid East – ‘Bravo’!

  3. Today I pray that the people of North America would have even a fraction of the courage that the Egyptians are showing against their oppressive US puppet regime. If only the people of North America would open their eyes and see that they are also ruled by crooks they may avoid the fate the Egyptians have suffered for the last 30 years at the hands of their oppressors.

  4. BBC reported that Mubarak went on TV and asked his cabinet to resign. He said he would form a new cabinet in the morning.

    Good luck trying to find a cabinet. They first have to get control of the streets.

  5. The Zionist Puppet Mubarrek is being thrown under the bus…

    Dont think he will be missed if he can escape from Egypt.

  6. I wonder why on bama wants an internet kill switch.
    Na, I don’t.

  7. Tragically, the Tree of Liberty must sometimes be watered by the blood of patriots. May the flower of Egyptian democracy bloom long and beautiful.

    I won’t say good fortune….you are making your own fortune. The Fates be with you.

    You;ll have a good man in Mohamed ElBaradei.

  8. I wonder what does Mantiq think of Perry L’s comment?
    I also want to ask, what do people here think of the Angry Arab News Service website? I have run across it probably since I started blogging but I never know what to make of it and the format is not appealing to my eyes for reading so I generally don’t go there. Yet I see that website linked all over the place. I stumbled into it today and read something about Egypt that didn’t really strike a good cord with me. I mean I can never tell where this guy is coming from. I can hardly make sense of the content but I just don’t get the right vibes. I’ll just get to the question- is it Zionist? I want to know because it will be my red flag where other blogs have it linked.
    Lastly, I too comfort to hear that El Baradei was involved in the Egypt revolt and seems like a good thing if he took a leadership role. Like Sharlie expressed. The comfort came from the fear of what Perry L is talking about which I worry about also. Maybe El Baradei would thwart that evil plan? Or is that naive to think? So many thought spinning in my head tonight…I just stopped by where I like the people:-)

  9. Hi Genie,

    Quick answers to your questions:
    1. The events in Tunisia and Egypt are not “Islamic Revolutions” so I disagree with that appellation. The possibility that outsiders, including the US, are mucking around in this is a virtual certainty but I don’t feel that events are totally under their control and I do not think that the Israelis want to see a major change in Cairo. Ultimately, the ruling elites will manage to stay in power just as they will in Tunisia. Sadly.
    2. The Angry Arab is not a Zionist at all. His site is hard to get into sometimes because of its style, but it is worthwhile and I visit it often. As’ad Abu Khalil is a secularist, not real happy with religion at all, and this does color his commentary markedly. But he’s no Zionist and he seems to enjoy kicking Zionist ass, among other asses. I am concerned and am watching with interest his report here: http://angryarab.blogspot.com/2011/01/i-received-this-message-about-egypt.html.
    3. El-Baradai seems to be a good man but his base in not that great. He has no real power other than his international appeal, an appeal which is limited in the US.

  10. Kiva Traveler

    Egypt is the tipping point. No one prior to these events ever thought that Egypt could oust Mubarak. But today it is said his son’s (even the one Mubarak planned to replace himself with) have fled Egypt. Mubarak’s last straw was to throw in the Army, but the Army is siding with the people and even allowing kids to climb up on their tanks for taking pictures. Revolts usually fail unless they have the support of at least 35% of the Army. (for example had the Confederate States in the Civil War not had such support of the army and its generals, but had had to rely entirely on rioters in the streets, the Civil War would have lasted a maximum of 3 weeks). Today it looks as if the Egyptian liberty movement has nearly 100% support of the troops. Mubarak better start booking his flight out.

    THE KEY IS: If Egypt can fall in such a short time, what does that imply about all the other US-Arab-zombie nations? As to who is happy to see Egypt roll over like this – bottom line: Iran is very happy right now – Israel has moved to rapidly evacuate nearly all Israelis in Egypt.

    Likely the US will get a new Mubarak-clone in the end, and a new scab will solidify over the wound made by attempted liberty.

  11. thanks Mantiq I value your opinion. My husband says that Mubarak should be sent to Gaza where he can become an activist for the Gaza people.:-p

  12. Don’t be surprised if some Shin Bet trained and drugged ‘suicide’ bombers start blowing things up in Israel.
    Israel will claim that they were from Egypt and give that terrorist state the excuse it wants to invade the Sinai AGAIN, for ‘security’ reasons and steal AGAIN vast amounts of Egyptian oil.

  13. I am writing you because my best friend is at this moment in Egypt, Tanta. I finally connected with him yesterday morning and since that time I call him every 2-3 hours.
    He report me about the situation. It is horrible. The whole city is a huge chaos. Last days more then 10 000 criminals came out of the prisons, they rob, kill, steal what they see.
    They rape woman, they kill children and they steal what can be moved. People have no water and very soon they wont have food. Shops dont work, they cant buy anything. They cant even recharge their mobile cards, because no place to buy credit. They cant ask for help, because internet is still not working. People are not protesting any more, all what they do is trying to protect their home, family, property and their own life. Many of them were killed by criminals. People are standing in groups in front of their houses and fighting against criminals, who are trying to kill them, enter houses and rob them.
    Please forward this message to people who have the right and competence to help Egyptians, especially people in Tanta. I don’t know if this message will reach right people, but I am trying with my all power to help those people.

  14. Globalist widget, Mohammed El Baradei is a trustee of the “International Crisis Group” an “independent” non-profit group run by bankers to incite revolutions and profit from them. His fellow trustee is none other than the ubiquitous Rothschild front man, George Soros.

    El Baradei, who recently resigned as Director of the Intl. Atomic Energy Agency, is being groomed by the Illuminati to replace Mubarak. (He and his agency won the 2005 Nobel Prize.) In April, he gave a speech at Harvard saying he was “looking for a job” and wanted to be “an agent of change and advocate for democracy” in Egypt. This is code for local boss in the NWO banker tyranny. (Barack Obama has taught us about “change.”)

    In February, El Baradei was part of a new non-party political movement called the “National Association for Change” which included a leader of the banned Masonic Muslim Brotherhood. The Muslim brotherhood is a proxy for Britain’s MI-6 masquerading as Muslim fundamentalists. In November they were roundly defeated in elections, so this “revolution” seems to be their answer. Mubarak wisely jailed their leaders.

    On Thursday El Baradei returned to Egypt to lead the demonstrations. Friday he and his supporters were subjected to water canons and batons. Today he announced: “We are seeking a change of regime. President Mubarak should step down. We should head towards a democratic state through a new government and free democratic elections…The whole world should realize that the Egyptians are not going home until their demands are realized…We are talking about taking down the Pharaonic dictatorship.”

  15. Kinga,

    Thanks for this. Please keep us updated by posting here anything you find out you think is credible. And please tell غour friend that “the whole world is watching”.
    Many thanks. مصر للمصريين

  16. Greg,

    I suspect that the level of Israeli penetration into Egypt is HUGE. More on this at a later date.

  17. Genie,

    Your husband has a good point. Frankly, I think Mubarak needs to start taking Hebrew lessons.

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