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Google executive behind toppling of Mubarak calls elite a “cancer”

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In a very interesting statement, Wael Ghonim railed against the criminal elite at a speech given at the International Monetary Fund headquarters.

Wael Ghonim, Google's head of marketing for the Middle East and North Africa

This is fascinating for a few reasons. Firstly, this meeting was held at the IMF and even included the IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn! Are we really dumb enough to believe that a Google executive and the man behind the web-revolt that eventually toppled Hosni Mubarak would bite the hand that feeds him in their own house? Even more ridiculous would be thinking that he would do such a thing in front of the chief himself. No, this statement is yet another example of ideological rhetoric used to deceive people into willingly following someone down the same path as before.

Secondly, Ghonim is acting as if Google isn’t yet another Globalist elite enterprise which is flat out absurd. AFP reports,

“To me what was happening was a crime, not a mistake,” [Ghonim] said.

He branded the international institutions and the “elites” of the world “partners in crime” in supporting Mubarak’s regime.

Either Google is the most highly compartmentalized Globalist multinational on Earth or Ghonim is just saying what he knows the Egyptian people want to hear. Very possibly it is a combination of both. However, claiming that Google is not in bed with the exact same corporations he speaks of would be nothing short of a blatant lie. Google is a Premium Corporate Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the definition of an international institution run by the elites of the world who are “partners in crime” supporting whomever happens to serve their corporate interests at the time.

Google is not just a Premium Member as a corporation, the Council on Foreign Relations has also had many Google speakers, Google think tanks, and not to mention Google’s Chairman Eric Schmidt is one of the CFR’s “experts”! Obviously a Google executive decrying the criminal actions of the world’s elite is nothing more than the pot calling the kettle black. Ghonim is throwing stones from a very weak glass house.

We know this dialectic first-hand courtesy of Barack H. Obama who managed to fail to keep every one of his most serious campaign promises, promising change and giving us absolutely none. For the people of Egypt, they need to hear someone speak out against the corrupt corporate elite propping up the Mubarak regime and oppressing the Egyptian people. Too bad America was part of the backing of Mubarak’s stranglehold on Egypt by directly arming the dictator.

"Egyptians actually think that a Google executive would undermine our agenda! What a riot!"

I urge all of my readers to spread this article around as people need to realize the fact that most of the so-called progressive or reformist activists out there are simply corporate shills making empty promises. Ghonim talks about a lot of wonderful things yet the military of Egypt is still in control and using force against protesters as I previously reported.

Ghonim preaches that Egypt should take care of their own internal conflicts and I couldn’t agree more, but who is blind enough to believe that a prominent corporate member of the CFR’s executive would undermine both Google and the CFR’s interests in Egypt and around the globe? This would never happen, especially at the headquarters of the International Monetary Fund. This is a farce and nothing more. I hope anyone who reads this will share it and make sure that everyone is aware of the deception surround the so-called revolutions in Egypt and elsewhere.

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