Monday, October 24, 2011

MOROCCO IS NEXT?

Morocco is very tense.

Time for the King of Morocco to pack his bags?

Is the CIA planning a coup in Morocco along with its friends in the Moroccan military?

"The militaries of Morocco and the United States have been conducting joint training in the desert of the North African kingdom."

US trains with Moroccan Army in Sahara Desert

Morocco

On 12 October 2011, a Moroccan protester died after being pushed by the police.

On 23 October 2011, Reuters reported that "Thousands of Moroccans demonstrated in cities across the country Sunday...

"In the capital Rabat, a Reuters reporter saw dozens of riot police with truncheons beating and kicking protesters who had gathered in front of the parliament building at the end of a march by around 3,000 people.

"A local elected official in the country's biggest city, Casablanca, said about 8,000 people took part in a similar protest there.

"Several thousand took part in protests in other cities including Fes and Tangier."

Protesters in Rabat chanted 'The elections are a charade, you will not fool us this time.'

"Many brandished pictures of the body of Muammar Gaddafi, the slain deposed leader of Libya, with the caption: 'This is what happens to despots.'"

Moroccans protest polls, violence in the capital

However, there is a view that the USA and Israel want to protect the King of Morocco.

The man who runs Morocco, Andrey Azoulay, the King's adviser, is Jewish. (André Azoulay, le véritable régent au Maroc - Translate this page )

Morocco has greater poverty than Egypt.

Why is NATO not bombing Morocco?

Morocco has "widespread corruption, an appallingly low level of literacy, high rates of unemployment among university graduates, a judiciary that is subservient to the king and a police force that engages in beatings and torture." (The Moroccan 'Exception')

Morocco's 'brutal dictatorship' is praised by Joe Lieberman and Hilary Clinton. (The Moroccan 'Exception')

Whereas Gaddafi made sure that his people had free schooling, free health care and free housing, the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI, has made sure that the rich elite hold on to their wealth while the poor live in miserable slums.

King Mohammed VI

Mohammed VI is the seventh richest monarch in the world.

In 2010, it was reported that 5 million people in Morocco live on less than one euro per day.

Mohammed VI’s wealth includes twenty palaces, several thousand hectares of farmland, companies involved in mining, the agricultural industry, communications, insurance, distribution, packaging and bottling company, furniture and textiles and agricultural, and real estate and properties in France and the United States.

Morocco is ranked 108th in terms of income per head. (Morocco King among the richest royals in the world ...)

King Hassan II, friend of MOSSAD and the CIA

When King Hassan II of Morocco died in 1999, world leaders mourned the ruthless despot

Attending Hassan II's funeral were Bill and Hillary Clinton, former president George Bush and two former US Secretaries of State James Baker and Warren Christopher.

According to Bill Clinton, "King Hassan worked tirelessly for the welfare of his people.

"He had taken important steps to deepen freedom in his country."

King Hassan II maintained friendly relations with Israel, represented at the funeral by Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Foreign Secretary David Levy.

Shimon Peres said, "With his passing we lose one of the most experienced and wisest leaders that this region has enjoyed in the last half century".

Hassan had been "a playboy frequenting Europe's casinos and sporting the typical accoutrements of royals, with or without their crowns: racehorses, sports cars, aircraft, and film star girlfriends."

Malnutrition is a problem in Morocco.

In 1999, it was reported that "at least 55 percent of Moroccans are illiterate and 40 percent of children have never attended school.

"Infant mortality is the highest in North Africa and more than double that of Algeria.

"Only half the rural population has access to proper healthcare and less than one fifth have access to sanitation and clean water." (world leaders mourned the ruthless despot)

Hassan owned many palaces and 20 percent of Morocco's agricultural land.

Mehdi Ben Barka, opposition leader of the Union des Forces Populaires, was kidnapped in Paris and assassinated. Israeli intelligence experts have said that Mossad helped with the assassination.

The real Morocco.

The CIA "had Hassan on their payroll for years." (world leaders mourned the ruthless despot)

Opponents disappeared in their hundreds.

"Golda Meir, Moshe Dayan, Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Peres were among the Israeli leaders who, in elaborate disguises, flew in Hassan's private planes at crucial moments.

"Israeli newspapers said that Hassan allowed Mossad to set up a station in Morocco and develop close ties with Moroccan security forces." (world leaders mourned the ruthless despot)

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aangirfan: THE PUZZLING CASE OF MOROCCO
aangirfan: MOROCCO BOMB

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://thecable.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2011/10/20/rubio_to_syria_s_bashar_al_assad_you_re_next_buddy

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Anonymous said...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/23/disneyland-attractions-lead-contamination_n_1023825.html

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Anonymous said...

http://disquietreservations.blogspot.com/2011/10/israel-and-america-declare-total-war-on.html

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Anonymous said...

Following the pattern. After the "fall" of the "tyrants", comes Islamic fundamentalism....

http://news.yahoo.com/libya-declared-free-gadhafi-death-questioned-192557748.html

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nobody said...

Being a dedicated, paid-up member of the death cult pays big dividends don't it? All you have to do is starve your people, keep them uneducated, and in ill health and people will sing your praises. Honestly, what's the money Hassan and Mohammed were/are satanists? I'd say it was a dead cert.

Anonymous said...

http://news.yahoo.com/rights-group-finds-mass-grave-gadhafi-hometown-091601564.html

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Anonymous said...

http://news.yahoo.com/us-pulls-envoy-syria-over-security-concerns-105717780.html

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aferrismoon said...

Morocco was the 1st nation to recognise the US as a nation [1777 I think].

Noted that 3 'aid-workers' were kidnapped in Algeria, I think its to do with the Polisario, which might prove a weak-spot in Algeria's defences.

Problem of attacking Algeria [ if] is the large Algerian population in France who may prove a handful.

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Noor al Haqiqa said...

Morocco is safe for now. It's position regarding Algeria is just plummy for the NATO buzztards.

Check out the flag of Morocco? It is the pagan five pointed star in green on a red background. Rather satanically in your face if you ask this humble observer.

You betcha there is some heavy duty satanism going on there ... just the treatment of the royals is proof of that. That royal Black Nobility lifestyle they live is surefire to be chock full of the usual satanic rituals, slavery, MK Ultra, and all the rest of those nasty things.

Nope the only way things will change would be if the people do it on their own and they might be just that determined although the keep them dumb and unedderkated has worked so far. But they could rise up... however be easily manipulated too, alas.

The Royals here are as corrupt and co-opted as can be with the Zionist criminal cabal. They themselves are safe for now.

Remember, it was Qaddafi's caring for the people, whatever else his problems might have been, that were his "weaknesses". He dared stand up and out and be his own man.

These royals are bought and sold. Just like the Saudis. I wonder if you scratched beneath the surface you might find Jews... as in KSA.

Anonymous said...

went for a day trip to Tangier last week by ferry from Spain. The local guide, who didn't look berber/muslim to me, explained, that among several churches, there would be five synagogues in operation. He claimed, the gold jewelry shops would all be run by jews, an important project near the harbour had been built by Veolia, the owners of the restaurant on the tour looked not berber/muslim neither..
I had the strong impression, that at least in Tangier, "the tribe" would be in full control...
Caveman

 
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