See yesterday’s Part 1: Egypt was No Spontaneous Uprising
The following has came to light because a reliable source told me there is even more to Cohen. It has been many years since I have delved into investigating the War on Terror. But this has some bones and represents the new phase of an uprising under the guise of social media aiding dissidents to overthrow their suppressive governments. The reason I left this behind because as my friend Steve Emerson can attest, this is so very draining and actually puts you in jeopardy. But I am adamant in getting this told because our country is in the cross hairs. With OWS, the revolution movement going on here prompted by the ‘puppet masters’, we could very well soon see the chaos in the Middle East right here. Remember Patriots, this is JUST my opinion by putting the puzzle pieces together. I don’t know if I should curse our thank my source for making me privy to all of this. I do know I want the thousands of visitors that visit JUST Piper daily, to be informed. ~ JP
I will make no proclamations or accusations but I will let YOU decide…
* Jared Cohen writing for Huffington Post in 2008, he was then 27 years old:
His blog was called ‘The Youth Party’…
Already we are seeing this happen around the world including Burma, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and the U.K. ‘For financial and economic cooperation, we should consider a new Steering Group including Brazil, China, India, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and the current G-7.’
He was lauded by a fellow notable council member of CFR, Zbigniew Brzezinski: “Cohen paints a compelling picture of the politically awakened youth of the Middle East.” Also commenting on him is NBC, MSNBC, and – Senator Richard Lugar, Ranking Member on Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Oh the company he keeps.
* Cohen is fluent in Swahili and has also studied Arabic, Farsi.
A plethora of liberal MSM bandies him: “The New York Times Magazine”, “The New York Times”, “The New Yorker”, and appeared on Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report, CNN, CBS, ABC, NPR, Fox News, MSNBC, BBC, CSPAN, and a variety of other TV and radio programs both domestic and international. JUST check out their supporters.
Prior to his time in government, Cohen traveled extensively throughout Iran, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and Afghanistan,
where he at great risk spent time interviewing terrorists from groups like Hezbollah and Al-Q. Cohen reached out from the State Department to Twitter Chairman and co-founder Jack Dorsey and urged the company to reschedule its planned maintenance of the website so that Iranians could keep tweeting.
Herein lies his formula:
He also conducted extensive research on the youth of the middle east, looking at how technology is impacting their identity and creating space for new opposition.
The Alliance of Youth Movements was an event in 2008 which led to the creation of Movements.org, a nonprofit organization dedicated to identifying, connecting, and supporting, digital activists. Being Jared is one of the Founders of AYM Movements.org when I delved a tad deeper the countries that are Spotlighted are intriguing.
In this way, Movements.org identifies potential “digital activists,” teaches them how to use social media for change, and connects them with other activists in the hope that these “matches” will eventually “ignite and evolve over time.” In practice, therefore, Movements.org does not simply teach people how to use email and Facebook.
To date, AYM has had 88 delegates representing 25 countries participate in three conferences.
Rather, it provides straightforward explanations on how to shrewdly utilize social media tools for significant political and social change.
Glenn Beck said it in his pyramid of guilty parties. Movements.org has a section called “country profiles” that only highlights a select group of six countries…here they are:
Click each image to get the data on what seem to be ‘targets’ for possible uprisings?
Note that The Bahraini uprising is a series of demonstrations, amounting to a sustained campaign of civil resistance, in the Persian Gulf country of Bahrain. As part of the revolutionary wave of protests in the Middle East and North Africa following the self-immolation of Mohammed Bouazizi in Tunisia, the Bahraini protests were initially aimed at achieving greater political freedom and equality for the majority Shia population.
* Part of the Arab Spring Bahraini uprising (2011–present)
JUST in yesterday from ABC: Dozens of pro-independence activists have staged rowdy protests outside a Taipei hotel as a top Chinese negotiator arrives to sign an investment protection agreement.
and this: The 2011 Chinese pro-democracy protests refer to public assemblies in over a dozen cities in mainland China starting on 20 February 2011, inspired by and named after the Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia; the actions that took and take place at protest sites, and response by the Chinese government to the calls and action. 2011 Chinese pro-democracy protests
Where it all began, this new social media incitement revolution. Which way back I had hoped was genuine. I was heartfelt in my tweet blogging on Iran but now I’ve been enlightened.
2011–2012 Egyptian revolution Part of the Arab Spring
Side note in our favor: Muslims and Coptic Christians within the United States are teaming up in a petition to the Egyptian government not to include Shariah law into its draft of the constitution.
* JUST to lend some credence to the Muslim Brotherhood and its heavy hand in the new Egyptian government, Morsy pardoned ‘includes 25 Jamaa al-Islamiya, Islamic Jihad leaders’.
You getting the drift? As Glenn said this is fact NOT conspiracy and tried to warn us 18 months ago. Well this is the one I want to focus on…
AYM states the Social movements in Saudi Arabia are pushing for social justice, equality, economic opportunity, and political representation.
* The 2011–Present Saudi Arabian protests were influenced by the Arab Spring that started with the 2011 Tunisian revolution.
* TIMELINE-Protests in Saudi Arabia: Here is a look at some of the most significant Shi’ite Muslim demonstrations in Saudi Arabia since 1979. Notice the uptick in 2009 and 2011 and for the months January, February, and March (unknown gunmen shot and wounded three members of the Saudi security forces who were patrolling in Awamiya) of 2012.
* Saudi Arabia’s telethon for support of Syrian people exceeds SR121 million
* Take special note of this one from March 2011:
As the world braces itself for Saudi Arabia’s “day of rage” on Friday, which many fear could be the spark that sends oil prices soaring to beyond the $200 a barrel mark, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal issued a veiled threat to the United States, warning that the Kingdom was prepared to “cut foreign fingers” in the event of any outside interference.
…the cradle of the uprising that sparked the Arab Spring. The Tunisian revolution was an intensive campaign of civil resistance, including a series of street demonstrations taking place in Tunisia. The events began on 18 December 2010.
Why not from the horse’s own mouth? From Foreign Affairs last January Q & A
* Jared his his own outlet to this country ‘Tunisia LIVE’:
Here is his first visit to Tunisia after the revolution…
See how they want to Ratify the Tunisian Constitution
* Tunisia stays in the news regarding their uprising. JUST yesterday Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse a second anti-government protest in the central Tunisian town of Sidi Bouzid, birthplace of last year’s revolution. Some 800 demonstrators furious at police intervention against a protest earlier in the day threw stones at security forces who again replied with rubber bullets and tear gas.
* To finance this JUST a few hours ago they asked for a $1 billion loan from foreign donors, including the World Bank and the European Union, Investment and International Cooperation.
Yes, Vietnam. Making it difficult for a ‘movement’, the number of internet users in Vietnam reaches a critical mass, the state has ramped up efforts to control content on the web and repress activists and dissidents.
JUST this week tensions rose after Beijing declares city, which Vietnam lays claim to, its newest municipality. Protests in Vietnam as anger over China’s ‘bullying’ grows This as they were hosting their first gay pride parade. Do you see how our government heavily influences other countries in oh, so many ways?
So although protests are rare for now in Vietnam it sure is not unheard of.
In conclusion, is Cohen helping or hurting protesters? Is it a plan by design or inadvertent chaos, you decide. Watch these six countries and We will be keeping a close eye on uprisings. ~ JP