Saturday, 11 February 2012

Egypt: ‘US Zionist group caught with pants down’

Egypt plans to try 19 members of the US-based National Democratic Institute (NDI), North African region, for interference in Egypt’s internal affairs. US State Department funded NDI has rejected the accusation that its staff is working to fulfill US-Israel agenda in the Muslim African countries.
The offices of several local and international NGOs including Freedom House and the International Republican Institute (IRI) were raided in December by Egyptian authorities as part of a probe into alleged illegal funding.

Senator John Kerry, a Crypto-Jew, has warned Cairo, calling the arrests “a slap on the face” for America. Israel-Firster Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S. Carolina) has warned Cairo that Egypt will lose $1.3 billion military aid if those Americans end up in jail. Zionist Jew Senator Ben Cardin (R-Maryland), a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said Monday that Washington should “re-evaluate” the bilateral relationship, adding that it was “totally unacceptable” for Egypt to prosecute the activists on charges of illegal funding of aid groups.

The National Democratic Institute (NDI) West Africa - is headed by Ms Barrie Freeman who denies that NDI has a hidden agenda.

However, according to Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas), Ms Barrie Freeman is lying from both sides of her Zionist body. Ron in an article published on October 11, 2003, said:

“The misnamed National Endowment for Democracy (NED) is nothing more than a costly program that takes US taxpayer funds to promote favored politicians and political parties abroad. What the NED does in foreign countries, through its recipient organizations the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and the International Republican Institute (IRI), would be rightly illegal in theUnited States. The NED injects “soft money” into the domestic elections of foreign countries in favor of one party or the other. Imagine what a couple of hundred thousand dollars will do to assist a politician or political party in a relatively poor country abroad. It is particularly Orwellian to call US manipulation of foreign elections “promoting democracy.” How would Americans feel if the Chinese arrived with millions of dollars to support certain candidates deemed friendly to China? Would this be viewed as a democratic development?”.
So whose agenda the NDI staff could be pursuing other that the Zionist entity, which is scared to death with the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.

Egyptian Judge Sameh Abu Zeid said in Cairo that the NGOs are operating “without license,” and that their work “constitutes pure political activity and has nothing to do with civil society work.”
If convicted, the members of these organizations could be sentenced to five years in prison, according to another judge, Ashraf Ashmawi.
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