WHY DO THE NEW WORLD ORDER WANT THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD IN CONTROL OF EGYPT?
In Five Myths About the Muslim Brotherhood[1[, Lorenzo Vidino, a visiting fellow at the Rand Corporation, argued that "the Brothers" are not the violent extremists they have been portrayed as. The five myths addressed were
1. The Muslim Brotherhood is a global organization
2. The Brotherhood will dominate the new Egypt
3. The Brotherhood seeks to impose a draconian version of sharia law
4. The Muslim Brotherhood has close ties to al-Qaeda
5. Washington can't work with the Brotherhood
Alex Abella was allowed access to the archives of The Rand Corporation, which was mocked in Stanley Kubrick's Dr Strangelove as The Bland Corporation. Abella came to the conclusion that Rand wants World War 3.
Writing in the FT, Ed Husain, a senior fellow at the CFR and former member of the MB, said the MB have mellowed since he was a member.
But before the election in Egypt earlier this year which brought the MB into power, the MB were holding rallies at which the MB promised to "kill the Jews".
There was an apparent dispute between the MB and SCAF in Egypt, with SCAF flexing its military muscle. But the Lillary Clinton visited Egypt last month and gave America's full support for a transition to a civilian government. Yesterday Mursi sacked Tantawi, the interim ruler of Egypt and head of SCAF, in a move to remove the current power of the military.
RT today showed a report by Paula Slier that reported on the worry in Israel now that it is surrounded by Islamists of varying degrees of violence and persuasion, from the MB in Egypt, to al Qaeda types in Syria, to Hezbollah in Lebanon.
I have written several times about the trickery that the British ruling elite pulled to start world wars.
For WW1 they first, through Freemasonry, encouraged and armed the assassins of Arch Duke Ferdinand, and in the aftermath told Germany that Great Britain would stay out of any war on the European mainland. In the decades before WW1 Edward VII had created a series of alliances that would lead to WW1. Edward was Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England. Upon Germany entering Belgium to get to Paris, Great Britain cited an obscure treaty it had with Belgium to protect Belgium and declared war on Germany. Thus started WW1.
For WW2 they first funded Hitler and the Nazi Party through Wall Street and allowed Hitler to build up the German military way beyond what was allowed by the Treaty of Versailles. Possibly unbeknownst to Hitler, the City of London and Wall Street were also building up the USSR at the same time. Hitler tried many times to forge an anti-Communist alliance with Great Britain. Edward VIII's support of Hitler gave Hitler the impression that he had a great deal of support in the British ruling elite. But when it came down to it, despite allowing Hitler to build up his military, despite the noninterventions when he invaded Austria and Czechoslovakia, and the support from the Royal family, when Hitler invaded Poland Great Britain declared war on Hitler. But this led to 'the phony war' during which not much happened because the USA would not join in. But then FDR and Churchill conspired, as exposed by Tyler Kent, and Pearl Harbor was allowed to happen to drag in the USA, and then the fireworks really began. Thus started WW2.
Have the MB been put into power to start WW3, as Rand want?
As exposed in The Redirection by Seymour Hersh, Israel with the USA agreed to an invasion of Syria by vicious Islamic terrorists supported by Saudi Arabia. Is this the equivalent of Great Britain telling Germany it would not join in any war on the European mainland?
 Five myths about the Muslim Brotherhood, The WP, 6/3/2011
 Egypt can bring in the Brotherhood, FT, 2/2/2011
 Muslim Brotherhood Holds ‘Kill the Jews’ Rally on Election Eve, INN, http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/150126, 27/11/2011
 Hillary Clinton meets Egypt leader Mohammed Mursi, BBC, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18840168, 14/07/2012
 Egypt defence chief Tantawi ousted in surprise shakeup, The Guardian, http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/aug/12/egyptian-defence-chief-ousted-shakeup, 13/08/2012