The aim of Operation Cyanide was to topple Egypt's President. US intelligence and military specialists were sent to Israel to plan the operation. Website
The USA has long wanted to help its friend Israel to weaken Egypt and the rest of the Arab world.
ISRAEL WANTED MUBARAK TOPPLED
In 2010, George Soros was backing various anti-Mubarak groups in Egypt.
Cairo by gamal_inphotos. There has been a giant psyop to persuade gullible bloggers that the long-planned Arab Spring is not the work of Mossad, the CIA and NATO.
In 2010 (ISRAEL DESTABILISING EGYPT) Egypt arrested an Israeli spy ring.
In January 2011, Egypt's Irrigation Minister dismissed the possibility that Egypt would supply Israel with water from the Nile. (Egypt and Israel, a souring relationship?)
In January 2011: Mubarak warned Israel against a new Gaza war.)
Cairo by Hossam el-Hamalawy. The killings in Egypt and Tunisia, during the Arab Spring, were primarily the work of assets of the CIA.
On 7 June, the Financial Times quotes an Egyptian shopkeeper who says that he plans to vote for Mubarak's former prime minister, Ahmed Shafiq, in the next round of voting.
According to the Financial Times, Shafiq has promised a return to "the prosperity of the ... years of Mr Mubarak's rule."
Another shop owner is quoted as saying: "Before the revolution I employed five people. Now one.
"Before, you’d see young couples walking past my store late at night with their baby. Now the streets are empty."
According to the Financial Times, "some Egyptians speak of crime sprees, bank robberies and purse-snatches, of almost daily violent clashes between youths and police, a falling stock market and the scurrying away of foreign tourists and expatriate business people."
Cairo by Think Twice1
Shafiq supporters "tend to work in the small-scale private sector, small shopkeepers and independent operators.
One Egyptian is quoted as saying that the revolution has been been a disaster.
He says his business is not even 3 per cent of what it was before the CIA's toppling of Mubarak.
According to the Financial Times, "even among the pious working poor... there is exasperation with the direction the revolution has taken the country.
Egypt by gamal_inphotos. The Pentagon wants Africa's oil; Israel wants a Greater Israel; so North Africa was destroyed.
Wafaa Hassaneen is a 47-year-old woman selling loaves of bread on the pavement.
Under Mubarak, she earned up to $10 a day.
"Now she is lucky if she makes $4."
Shafiq, the Mubarak ally, performed best in the Nile Delta provinces of Shariqiya, Gharbiya, Daqahloya and Minoufiyah, mostly poor agricultural communities.
Today, in June 2012, "the proliferation of corruption and the growth of smuggling ... are leading to increased prices...
"Roughly 15 daily sit-ins, 10 general strikes and eight blocked roads were reported by the Ministry of Defense during the month of May alone...
People Losing Confidence In Tunisia's New Government
The CIA coup had been many, many years in the planning.
False Flag Fake. In 2010, we predicted a coup was coming in Tunisia, but were ignored by the big bloggers. CIA COUP IN TUNISIA, AIDED BY WIKILEAKS?
On 10 June 2012, the CIA's Ayman al-Zawahri called on the Tunisian people to rise up against Tunisia's Islamist ruling party for accepting a constitution not based on Islamic Shariah law.
"Rise up to support your Shariah and incite the people for a popular uprising instigating them to defend the Shariah and tell them what about what (plot) is being hatched against Islam," he said.
Al-Zawahri became leader of al-Qaida after Osama bin Laden.
CIA incites Tunisians against ruling party - News
CIA false flag in Tahrir Square.
Egyptian presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq has accused the Muslim Brotherhood of killing protesters during the 2011 uprising that overthrew Hosni Mubarak.
He has also accused the Muslim Brotherhood of working with foreign powers to break into prisons and let criminals escape.
Mubarak's ex-PM accuses Muslim Brotherhood of killing protesters ...
Tunisia under Ben Ali
Who are the real terrorists?
The photo below gives a clue.
In the summer of 2011, Gerbi returned to Libya to join the rebellion against Gadhafi.
"Tunisian police arrested four people carrying German passports over a shooting incident near the headquarters of an opposition party in the capital on Sunday, state television said, quoting a security source.
According to press reports A group of 20 Israelis were evacuated from Tunisia."