This week, I discovered a rather ominous article on StratRisks.com. It’s from an article on Middle East Monitor, which was working from a translation of a palestinian article that reported on a Hebrew interview (Yediot) with Israeli Military Intelligence.
That’s… really… convoluted.
I’m not sure how much trust can be put in what was said there. However, a quick search through the Hebrew pages of Yediot didn’t find anything… yet. So, I went to a few of the sources that Israeli Military Intelligence might have used.
And, I found that Egypt is in serious trouble, and we should expect serious violence next year. It’s another step towards fulfillment of Isaiah 19.
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Isaiah 19 Update – Chaos for Egypt in 2015
According to this many-times-handed-down interview, Colonel Roital of Israeli Military Intelligence was reported to have said:
…unless huge financial support is provided to Al-Sisi’s regime after he assumes power as president, the regime will likely collapse.
And then, the purported interview went on to say:
The colonel noted that Egypt has an 87 million-strong population, with a baby born every 16 seconds, and given that the 25 January Revolution erupted for economic and social reasons, not for ideological or religious reasons, the people will want to see results.
Indeed, Roital believes that Egyptians will give Al-Sisi a very short period of time to create a transformation in their standard of living; otherwise, they will not let him stay in power.
The colonel pointed out that Saudi Arabia and the Arab Gulf states present the only possible hope for Al-Sisi’s regime to survive, but refused to confirm whether these regimes are willing to agree to cover the entirety of Egypt’s financial deficit.
None of that is really all that new. What’s new would be Israeli Military Intelligence speaking about this in public – and giving a time period.
As I wrote in Egypt, Oil and the Future,last year:
Understand the reason why Egyptians are killing each other. They do not have enough to eat. Over half of their daily calorie intake is imported, and we are already seeing Egyptian children with stunted growth and stunted mental development. Both the quantity and the quality of the Egyptian diet has declined rapidly.
In the past eight months since I wrote that article, conditions will have continued to get worse. And, recent reports have indicated this.
Here is a quote from Egypt aims at cutting wheat imports next fiscal year:
Egypt aims to cut wheat imports by 1 to 1.5 million tonnes in the next fiscal year by reforming a subsidised bread programme it sees as inefficient, its new supplies minister said. Khaled Hanafi told Reuters in an interview that changes to the programme that provides millions of poor Egyptians with daily bread would be “seen on the ground (across Egypt) within less than three months.”
Hanafi is looking at changes across the supply chain that he says are essential to securing more wheat from the local harvest. Buying more locally is key to cutting back on expensive imports, which he said would cost the government 32 billion Egyptian pounds ($4.60 billion) in the fiscal year ending June.
A little further down the article, it says this:
Egypt is the world’s largest importer of wheat, purchasing around 10 million tonnes per year, draining its hard currency reserves to provide the poor with a disc-shaped loaf. Meanwhile, official estimates put yearly losses from the local crop at 1.6 million tonnes, around half a billion dollars worth.
THAT is NOT going to work, and the Egyptian government knows it. That’s why they have plans to lay down a control grid on the population.
Here is what they are doing:
Egypt will introduce a nationwide smart-card system for subsidized bread by July, in an attempt to trim waste in its massive government wheat-purchasing program.
Through a state agency, the General Authority for Supply Commodities, or GASC, Egypt is the world’s largest importer of wheat. Much is fashioned into “baladi bread,” a vital food for the population of more than 80 million. The government spends 22 billion Egyptian pounds ($3.15 billion) a year to subsidize the bread.
When a government starts doing that, brace for impact because starvation is on the way. And, when there is starvation in the Arab world, there is only one result – chaos.
Testing Ground For Global Control
This is yet another step in the fulfillment of Isaiah 19. But, it’s also more than that.
As I have said before, the elites will roll out their methods of population control in the Third World. They will perfect them there, and then they will bring them to us.
Really. Are you ready for this?
(That’s a link. Do more than just think about it.)
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