The International Crisis Group says it “is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organisation committed to preventing and resolving deadly conflict.” In fact it is an inner circle of the World’s global elites including members from the Council on Foreign Relations, The Trilateral Commission, Chatham House (Royal Institute of International Affairs) and the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. Rather than resolving deadly conflict, organization members work together to create tension and conflict all over the globe. The result is the generation of tremendous profits for the Global military industrial complex they control. (http://www.crisisgroup.org/en/about.aspx )
The Global Elites latest psycho-political operation is the War on Terror. This week the war on Terror was escalated with unrest throughout the middle east. In the center of the Egyptian revolution are the Muslim Brotherhood and Mohamed El Baradei. The ICG says “Mr. ElBaradei suspended his membership from the Board of Crisis Group concurrent with his January 2011 return to Egypt.” ( http://www.crisisgroup.org/en/about.aspx )
On February 2nd an article entitled U.S. reexamining its relationship with Muslim Brotherhood opposition group appeared in the Washington Post. The article states
“As it braces for the likelihood of a new ruler in Egypt, the U.S. government is rapidly reassessing its tenuous relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood, an opposition movement whose fundamentalist ideology has long been a source of distrust in Washington….”I do think that having contacts with the Muslim Brotherhood was not a bad idea,” said Robert Malley, an official in the [Council on Foreign Relations member] Bill Clinton administration who directs the Middle East and North Africa program for the International Crisis Group. “They are an important constituency in Egypt. They’re very likely to play a role in any future arrangements there…
In Egypt, the Brotherhood has been officially banned for decades, and many of its leaders have been imprisoned and tortured. Mubarak has warned U.S. officials for years that the group wants to establish a theocracy modeled on the Islamic Republic of Iran, although he has relaxed restrictions on the group’s political activities at times.” ( http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/02/02/AR2011020206283.html?hpid=topnews&sid=ST2011020205383 )
On February 4th an article entitled Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood eyes unity gov’t without Mubarak was posted on Haaretz.com. The article tells us Mohammed ElBaradei is working with the Muslim Brotherhood :
“The Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s largest opposition group ,is in talks with other anti-government figures to form a national unity government without President Hosni Mubarak, a group official told DPA on Sunday.
Although the Muslim Brotherhood is officially banned from running for elections for parliament, some movement members have presented candidacy for parliament as independents.
Gamal Nasser, a spokesman for the Brotherhood, told DPA that his group was in talks with Mohammed ElBaradei – the former UN nuclear watchdog chief – to form a national unity government without the National Democratic Party of Mubarak.
The group is also demanding an end to the draconian Emergency Laws, which grant police wide-ranging powers The laws have been used often to arrest and harass the Islamist group.
Nasser said his group would not accept any new government with Mubarak. On Saturday the Brotherhood called on President Mubarak to relinquish power in a peaceful manner following the resignation of the Egyptian cabinet.
Speaking to CNN later Sunday, ElBaradei said he had a popular and political mandate to negotiate the creation of a national unity government.
“I have been authorized — mandated — by the people who organized these demonstrations and many other parties to agree on a national unity government,” he told CNN.
“I hope that I should be in touch soon with the army and we need to work together. The army is part of Egypt,” the opposition leader added.
Opposition figure Mustafa el-Naggar stated that ElBaradei “will be joining protesters in Tahrir,” adding he would come to the square later on Sunday, his first visit to the hub of the protest since returning to Egypt on Thursday… (http://www.haaretz.com/news/international/egypt-s-muslim-brotherhood-eyes-unity-gov-t-without-mubarak-1.340168 )
The Council on Foreign Relations has been promoting the Muslim Brotherhood for years. In 2007 their Magazine Foreign Affairs wrote “Over the past year, we have met with dozens of Brotherhood leaders and activists from Egypt, France, Jordan, Spain, Syria, Tunisia, and the United Kingdom. In long and sometimes heated discussions, we explored the Brotherhood’s stance on democracy and jihad, Israel and Iraq, the United States, and what sort of society the group seeks to create. The Brotherhood is a collection of national groups with differing outlooks, and the various factions disagree about how best to advance its mission. But all reject global jihad while embracing elections and other features of democracy. There is also a current within the Brotherhood willing to engage with the United States. In the past several decades, this current — along with the realities of practical politics — has pushed much of the Brotherhood toward moderation.” (http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/62453/robert-s-leiken-and-steven-brooke/the-moderate-muslim-brotherhood)
Mohammed ElBaradei’s UN nuclear connection was as “Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), an inter-governmental organisation under the auspices of the United Nations, from December 1997 to November 2009.”( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohamed_ElBaradei).
“The IAEA was started by Council on Foreign Relations member President Eisenhower in 1953. Council on Foreign Relations member Professor William Potter, the Director of the Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, kindly agreed that the Institute would join the IAEA in sponsoring the project and sharing its cost. Lawrence Scheinman’s The International Atomic Energy Agency and World Nuclear Order provides a history of the IAEA. Under Council on Foreign Relations member Eisenhower’s Presidency the US nuclear arsenal grew from 1200 war heads in 1952 to 18 700 in 1960; the Soviet arsenal grew from 50 to 1700. And in 1953–1954, Secretary of State Council on Foreign Relations member John Foster Dulles enunciated the policy of “massive retaliation”, in other words the USA would use its growing nuclear arsenal to counter any attack on its allies as well as the USA itself, even an attack by ‘conventional’ weapons. (http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/publications/PDF/Pub1032_web.pdf pgs v, 9,11,)
The global elites are uniting the Islamic World under the rule of the Muslim Brotherhood, controlled by globalists. Nuclear expert Mohammed ElBaradei is one of the CFR global elites and is closely tied to the CFR controlled intelligence community. The CFR & Chatham House(RIIA) have been in contact with the Muslim Brotherhood for years. Have CFR& ChathamHouse run CIA & MI5 operatives infiltrated and taken control the group? Will the uprising in Egypt shift power to an Islamist government much like the one in Iran, where ayatollah-led factions elbowed aside other groups to seize control of the country in 1979? On February 1st a leading member of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt told the Arabic-language Iranian news network Al-Alam that he would like to see the Egyptian people prepare for war against Israel. Does that sound like moderation to you? ( http://www.jpost.com/Headlines/Article.aspx?id=206130 ) After the Islamic world unites and destroys Israel will they focus their attention on the western world? By that time will they have a nuclear capability and destroy a western city as part of the Globalist Elites War on Terror?
Lord (Christopher) Patten (ChathamHouse –RIIA/Trilateral Commission)
Co-Chair, Crisis Group
Former European Commissioner for External Relations, Governor of Hong Kong and UK Cabinet Minister
Chancellor of Oxford University
Thomas R Pickering (Council on Foreign Relations)
Co-Chair, Crisis Group
Former U.S. Ambassador to the UN, Russia, India, Israel, Jordan, El Salvador and Nigeria
Vice Chairman of Hills & Company
President & CEO
Former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and Chief Prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda
Morton Abramowitz (Council on Foreign Relations)
Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State and Ambassador to Turkey
Former South African High Commissioner to the UK and Secretary General of the ANC
Maria Livanos Cattaui
Member of the Board, Petroplus Holdings, Switzerland
Yoichi Funabashi (Trilateral Commission)
Former Editor-in-Chief, The Asahi Shimbun, Japan
President & CEO, Fiore Capital
Dean, Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po
George Soros (Council on Foreign Relations)
Chairman, Open Society Institute
Former Foreign Minister of Finland
Former Political Adviser to King Abdullah II and to King Hussein, and Jordan Permanent Representative to the UN
Former U.S. Ambassador and Director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
Former Secretary-General of the United Nations; Nobel Peace Prize (2001)
Chief Columnist for Yedioth Ahronoth, Israel
Samuel Berger (Council on Foreign Relations)
Chair, Albright Stonebridge Group LLC; Former U.S. National Security Advisor
Vice President of the Senate; Former Minister of International Trade and European Affairs of Italy and European Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid
Wesley Clark (Council on Foreign Relations)
Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, Europe
Toni Stabile, Professor of Practice in Investigative Journalism; Director, Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism, Columbia University, U.S.
Jan Egeland Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (Norwegian Rountable Group)
Director, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs; Former UN Under-Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator
Mohamed El Baradei
Mr. ElBaradei suspended his membership from the Board of Crisis Group concurrent with his January 2011 return to Egypt.
Director-General Emeritus, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA); Nobel Peace Prize (2005)
Former Foreign Minister of Denmark
President Emeritus of Crisis Group; Former Foreign Affairs Minister of Australia
Former Prime Minister of Belgium
Former Foreign Minister of Germany
Arnold Saltzman Professor of War and Peace Studies, Columbia University; Former UN Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations
Carla Hills (Council on Foreign Relations/Trilateral Commission)
Former U.S. Secretary of Housing and U.S. Trade Representative
Former Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister of Sweden
Swanee Hunt (Council on Foreign Relations)
Former U.S. Ambassador to Austria; Chair, Institute for Inclusive Security and President, Hunt Alternatives Fund
Founder and Chair, Mo Ibrahim Foundation; Founder, Celtel International
Former Foreign Affairs Minister of the Russian Federation
UN Special Rapporteur on the Freedom of Religion or Belief; Chairperson, Human Rights Commission of Pakistan
Former Prime Minister of the Netherlands
Former President of Chile
Former International Secretary of International PEN; Novelist and journalist, U.S.
Lord (Mark) Malloch-Brown
Former Administrator of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and UN Deputy Secretary-General
Former Foreign Secretary of India, Ambassador to the U.S. and High Commissioner to the UK
Jessica Tuchman Mathews
President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, U.S.
Former President of Tanzania
Senior Associate, International Economics Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Former Editor in Chief, Foreign Policy
Legal Practitioner, Lagos, Nigeria
Chairperson, Sabancı Holding, Turkey
Javier Solana (Trilateral Commission)
Former EU High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy, NATO Secretary-General and Foreign Affairs Minister of Spain
Former President of Finland
George J. Mitchell (Council on Foreign Relations/Bilderberg)
Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader