Egypt and Tunisia: Plutocracy Won

As for the presence of Zionist luminary Joe Lieberman in Tunisia and Egypt, will Egyptians and Tunisians now be questioning what they were revolting about and for what purposes? Probably not. Once the spectre of the atavistic mob is unleashed under the guise of “liberty, equality, fraternity,” as the revolutionaries of another era put it, it takes some time for the ramifications of their actions to be comprehended. The disquiet that was expressed regarding the toppling of regimes “friendly to the USA” and how their demise might impact negatively on Israel was smoke and mirrors. The likes of NED, IRI,, etc are not going to back any movement that endangers the Zionist entity in Palestine. Lieberman had been among the most aggressive of Senators in urging military action in the Middle East.[13] The Arab “democrats” have sold their birthright for a mess of pottage, for nothing other than the nebulous glitter of the golden calf from far off America.

[1] “Top US senators join business trip to Tunisia, Egypt,” Middle East Online, June 23 2011,

[2] K R Bolton, “Tunisian Revolt: another Soros/NED Jack-Up?,” Foreign Policy Journal, January 18, 2011,

“What’s Behind the Tumult in Egypt?,” Foreign Policy Journal, February 1, 2011

[3]”Delegation travels to Tunisia and Egypt,” US Senator John McCain, Press Releases, June 26, 2011,

[4] Ibid.

[5] Ibid.

[6] Ibid.

[7] McCain visited Myanmar on June 1, and urged the USA to maintain its economic sanctions, suggesting that Myanmar might face an “Arab-style revolution.” Wai Moe, “McCain: Burma Could Face Revolt, Sanctions Should Remain,” The Irrawaddy, June 3, 2011,

In other words, McCain warned that the USA would continue applying the economic pressure, while the “Red Power” activists could expect US support in the event of a revolt.  See: K R Bolton, “Myanmar Targeted by Globalists,” Foreign Policy Journal, June 1 2011,

[8] C David Welch, now a president of Bechtel Corp., has a long career as a US diplomat, served on the National Security Council, and was ambassador to Egypt. C David Welch, “Biography”, US State Department, March 25, 2005,

[9] Council on Foreign Relations, “Membership Roster,”

[10] Council on Foreign Relations, “Corporate Membership,”

[11] A comprehensive article on Lodge 322 by mainstream media can be found at: R Leung, “Skull and Bones,” CBS 60 Minutes, February 11, 2009,

[12] K R Bolton, “The Globalist Web of Subversion,” Foreign Policy Journal, February 7, 2011,

Also: New Dawn (Australia) Special Issue No. 16, pp. 17-30.

[13] “Joseph Lieberman,” Source Watch,

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Kerry Bolton

Kerry R Bolton
Kerry R Bolton is a Fellow of the Academy of Social and Political Research (Athens), and the Institute for Higher Studies on Geopolitics and Auxiliary Sciences (Lisbon). He has doctorates in theological studies, Ph.D. h.c. and certifications in psychology and social work studies. He has been widely published by the scholarly and wider media on a variety of subjects, including Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies; Journal of Social Economics; International Journal of Russian Studies; India Quarterly; Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies (Trinity College); World Affairs; Geopolitica (Moscow State University); Istanbul Literary Review; Antrocom Journal of Anthropology (Italy); New Dawn (Australia); and others. Books include: Revolution from Above; Geopolitics of the Indo-Pacific; Stalin, The Enduring Legacy; The Psychotic Left; Babel ...