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The Dominoes Always Fall in the Zionist’s Favor

I feel the same way about the “revolutions” in the Middle East as I do about Wikileaks.  If any of these incidents threatened the control of the ruling elite, they would not be plastered endlessly across the media.  Discarding a few worn-out puppets is only eyewash.  While it is inspirational to see citizens fight crooked government, the riots in the Muslim world are not about an oppressed people rising up.  They are about divide and conquer.  They are about Zionism’s vertical consolidation of power in the region. – Editor

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Tunisia President Hands Power to Prime Minister

Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali handed power to Prime Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi and left for Malta after his country was placed under a state of emergency following demonstrations aimed at forcing him to quit.

Read More: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-01-13/tunisia-president-to-stand-down-in-2014-slash-prices-amid-riots.html

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