Right Before Our Eyes ;Part (16) – Muslim Brotherhood as a member of the National Security Council at the White House

( By: Thierry Meyssan )

We continue to publish Terry Maysan’s book, “Before Our Eyes” (Sous nos yeux) in this episode, the author returns to the first semester of 2011, when the Muslim Brotherhood approached or accelerated with the support of the United States and the United Kingdom to reach power in both Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya.

Ben Ali (Tunisia), Gaddafi (Libya) and Mubarak (Egypt), in 2011, three heads of state were following orders from Washington (Gaddafi since his coup in 2003, while the other two were always so).

Despite their services, they were expelled for the Muslim Brotherhood.

The beginnings of the “Arab Spring” in Tunisia: On August 12 (2010) President Barack Obama signed Presidential Instructions for Security No.

11 (PSD-11), in which he informed all his embassies in the broader Middle East to prepare for “regime changes, after he appointed Members of the Muslim Brotherhood on the US National Security Council to coordinate covert action on the ground, and so Washington put the British plan for the “Arab Spring Revolutions” into effect.

That was for the Brotherhood the moment of glory. The roaming vegetable seller, Muhammad Bouazizi, burnt himself  on December 17 2010, then was shot in Tunisia, after the police confiscated his vehicle, the Brotherhood learned of the accident and circulated a false news that the young man was a university student without work, and that he did this act after he was slapped on the face by a policewoman.

Men of the NED Organization (a fake NGO affiliated to the intelligence agencies of five Anglo-Saxon countries) immediately rushed to give a sum of money to the family of the deceased, in order not to reveal the hidden truth, and to be able to spread the insurgency in the country.

While protests against unemployment and police violence pervaded the country, Washington called on President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali to leave Tunisia, while British intelligence (MI6) was arranging a triumphant return ceremony, from London to Tunisia, for the mentor of the Tunisian Muslim Brotherhood (Rashid Ghannouchi).

Before leaving Tunisia, Rashid Ghannouchi established a local branch of the Brotherhood, and attempted a failed coup in (1987).

He was arrested and imprisoned many times, then sought refuge in Sudan, where he had the support of “Hassan al-Turabi”, then to Turkey, and became close to “Recep Tayyip Erdogan” who was then head of Millî Görüş  In (1993), he obtained political asylum in “Londonistan”, where he lives with his two wives and children.

Two characters have emerged as “anti-American”: Moncef Marzouki (leftist extremist working for NED – USA) and Rashid Ghannouchi (from the Muslim Brotherhood, working for the Westminster Foundation – UK).

The British helped “Rashid al-Ghannushi” polish the image of his party, and changed the name of  the Islamic trend movement to ” The Renaissance movement , the League for the Protection of the Revolution (LPR)”, which was the Tunisian equivalent of the Egyptian “secret apparatus”.

Its leader, Ahmed Degheig, received from Rashid Ghannouchi the names of the personalities to be liquidated.

(NED) then summoned its comrades in the far-left, to allay residents’ concerns about the Brotherhood.

Among them was “Moncef Marzouki,” the president of the Arab Committee for Human Rights, who played the role of moral guarantor, by asserting that the Brotherhood had changed a lot and became democrats, and that he was elected president of Tunisia.

Ghannouchi won the legislative elections, and was able to form a government from December (2011) to August 2013.

Then another chess stone was introduced from the NED pioneers, the former Maoist Ahmed Naguib Al-Shabi and later Trotsky, after being recycled by Washington.

Following Hassan al-Banna, Ghannouchi created a militia parallel to the party, the Association for the Protection of the Revolution, which was charged with carrying out political assassinations, including the assassination of opposition leader Shukri Belaid.

However, despite the undeniable support of part of the Tunisian people upon his return to the country, his party soon became a minority. He hoped in this way to change his country’s sociology and return it to the forefront of events.

In May 2016, Al-Nahda held its tenth conference with a creative director by Innovative Communications & Strategies, a company set up by British intelligence (MI6) for this purpose.

And the means of communications asserted that the party had become “civilian”, and that it separated political and religious activity.

But this development had nothing to do with secularism, and it simply required officials to share the work, not to combine the imamate with political representation.

To be continued…

  • Source: ( voltairenet.org )

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