Middle East Revolutions?

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By: Todd Stevens


Middle East Revolutions?

O.k. can anyone really say what the heck is going on in the Middle East without some type of vague reference to globalization, new world order, global crisis blah blah blah. Well, there is obviously some truth to all of this and there is some truth to the fact that the people in the Middle East are just pissed off and tired of being screwed for the past hundred years; at least since the end of the Ottoman Empire and the separation of this area into economic provinces that serve the purpose of the western world. Even in basic history classes will introduce you to the Husayn/McMahon correspondence[i] which outlined British interest in Husayn ibn Ali to help the British overthrow the Ottoman Empire in exchange for British military support. What the British didn’t explain is the fact that they had other agreements and plans for the land that were outlined in the Balfour Declaration from James Balfour to Lord Rothschild outlining the need for a Jewish State in 1917 long before the Holocaust had occurred.[ii] This was supplemented by the San Remo conference, The Jewish State by Theodore Hertzel, Treaty of Sevres, Skyes-Picot agreement, and finally culminating in the U.N. resolutions 181, 242.[iii]

This really doesn’t outline anything that isn’t already know; just a sort of the reminder of the guiding hands that have been around for quite awhile and their tactics of playing both sides.

Those who don’t know their history is doomed to repeat it and from what I’m seeing the whole world has seem to forgotten this game that is being played.

You see many opinions being thrown around as to why this is occurring and who is doing so. Any thinking person looks at this and surely knows that things are not all that they seem. I cannot in truth tell you exactly what is going to come out of this and how it will occur. But I can point to some things that might spark some interest.

Muslims Hated Freemasons once and they should Still

When looking into passed events that lead to devastation and corruption in history there is nothing more devastating then revolution. Some may say wait America was a revolution wasn’t that good? Well, yes and no there is the obvious connections to the original founders to freemasonry and the experimental aspects of giving the people the chance for the first time to be sovereign kings in their own right but in the grander scale of things history tells a rather violent and bloody story of revolution. Namely the French revolution and Robespierre bloody terror that followed, the Russian revolution in the early twentieth century that lead to 20 million deaths, the Maoist revolution that had similar results, and to a degree what happened in Germany in the earlier twentieth century can also be called a revolution.

Point being, on a large scale revolutions end badly and should not be promoted but only used as a very last straw event when tyrants become overbearing.

Now how do these Revolutions come about in the first place? Well according to the Freemasons the French Revolution was entirely their doing “Freemasonry has worked in a hidden but constant manner to prepare the revolution… We are then in complete agreement on the point that freemasonry was the only author of the revolution, and the applause which I receive from the Left, and to which I am little accustomed, proves, gentlemen, that you acknowledge with me that it was masonry which made the French revolution.”[iv] (July 1, 1904 the Marquis de Rosanbo) They also take credit for Italian, Russian, and many other revolutions “The rebellion in Italy against Papal governments during 1830s “was known as the ‘Risorgimento’ which, in reality, was a classic Masonic revolutionary movement. Its leaders were Giuseppe Mazzini, Giuseppe Garibaldi, Camillo Cavour and King Victor Emmanuel II — all ardent Freemasons.” (Fisher [1991], p. 17.)[v]

They do this to promote a secularism, atheism, and more importantly collectivism. In the case of the Middle East there is good need for them to work this against a faith that requires full submission to God or Allah. Muslim literally translates as one who submits. Now there may be many theories as to the origins and belief of Islam but leave that behind and remember someone who puts God above all else is not going to be afraid to fight off a secretive and subversive organization as the Freemasons and all of the other collective mysteries that come from similar ideological ideas. I don’t promote, care, or suggest any religion to others, that is none of my business, but if people who run this show do I better at least care what they think otherwise I might as well not even step on the battle field.

Now what is the Middle East track record with Freemasonry? Well in most cases they are irreconcilable as is shown in laws written and words laid down even of the lower degreed masons “Masonry is prohibited in the Muslim countries of the Middle East partly because there are aspects of Masonry which, to religious people, verge on mocking their faith… Almost nothing can be said to correct the common interpretation of the third degree that the Mason is saved by Freemasonry, and not by religion.”[vi] Even today there is a strong dislike of the Masonic order hear is a transcript from a freemasonic blogging website that describes the presence of lodges in the region.


I was contacted through my Yahoo Answers profile about joining The Craft.
He is from the country of Jordan and lives and works in UAE.

From my research, I was not able to find any lodges there, but I’m confident that there is *some* masonic activity there.

I found a website citing Dubai freemasonry, but no details aside from saying they operated under the Jurisdiction of The Grand Lodge of Philippines, but the Grand Lodge said that they do not have any sanctioned lodges outside their territory in UAE.

Can anyone help get me a little closer to information that could benefit this gentleman?


Only foreign lodges, working in the “foreign” cities (either military bases, or special towns designed for foreigners only). For an arab, muslim, joining a lodge in UAE can mean death sentence! Lebanon has active masonry (I am not sure, I think Jordan has too). UAE and Saudi – strictly forbidden.

There are lodges all over the MidEast (I am in Afghanistan now). Masonry exists in Saudi Arabia, there are lodge for the oil industry workers. The Saudi government turns a blind eye to them, as long as they are discreet.

A group of brave Iraqis is working right now to build a lodge, and get masonry underway in Iraq. (I lived there 2005-2008)

Masonry will only get stronger in this part of the world.

Charles – there are lodges all over the middle east, but only within the american bases, or within the so called “foreign” towns (gated communities for foreigners only, where alcohol is permitted too). But – for an arab (muslim), to be a freemason is VERY dangerous, and I believe that the future candidate should be told that. In some of these countries (Saudi and UAE) he may face a death penalty for being a mason, and believe me – they do not close their eyes when it comes to their own people, although they treat americans differently. So – he has to know the full story, and then – if he still wants to be in, it’s his choice.

This is quite true. In some predominately Muslim countries, Freemasonry is absolutely banned, and membership can lead to imprisonment or death. The Shi’a government of Iran bans all Masonic activities (There is a grand lodge of Iran in exile, and a Scottish Rite of Iran in Exile). Anyone should be very careful when approaching Freemasonry in this part of the world.

I left out the link because they probably have no clue what they are actually apart of and I don’t want anyone going out and causing trouble for some misguided people.

For a governance to emerge where collectivist/socialist style control is enacted you must secularize the region to promote democracy. Democracy being the key because you cannot get to full blown socialism without it as described by Lenin and Marx “Democracy is indispensable to socialism.” – Vladimir Lenin “Democracy is the road to socialism.”-KARL MARX. Even more telling is Lenin’s description of how it will be brought about and who will lead to the ultimate destruction:

“Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.” – “Give us the child for 8 years and it will be a Bolshevik forever.” – Vladimir Lenin[vii]

“The press should be not only a collective propagandist and a collective agitator, but also a collective organizer of the masses.” – Vladimir Lenin[viii]. Does it not seem that we are asked to advocate such things through are local media. There is hardly a whimper about how this could actually be a very bad thing not just for our foreign policy or Israel but for the Middle Eastern people as well. No it is all about how this is great for the people. Finally they have gotten rid of those dictators who we have been funding for years. Now instead of having an authoritarian puppet they will get overly socialistic puppets who will help promote U.N. and other worldly agendas.

“Politics begin where the masses are, not where there are thousands, but where there are millions that is where serious politics begin.” – Vladimir Lenin

The Not so Unseen hands

Now the idea that American, European, and Russian influence in other nations is nothing new and is quite accepted as fact. The change is that as we are watching it is outright told that we and others have a hand in the process. Right in our face spending billions of tax payer dollars abroad well at home we have our own socialist puppet screwing over the average person. As one describes this complex situation:

“The short answer is that several things are going on at once. There is some spontaneity, there is a great deal of genuine wish to be released from dictatorial death squads, there is some student naivety, there is some opportunist Islamism, there is some cleverly directed Islamism, and there is an enormous amount of American, Russian and Iranian espionage-agency work laying the groundwork for several agendas

Three elements – freedom, oil, and religion – have collided. The first will soon give way to events, after which the latter two will fight it out. What still baffles me is the blind acceptance by most Western media that this entire sudden upsurge just kind of ‘happened’.”[ix]

This obviously didn’t just sort of happen it had influence from the National Endowment for Democracy[x], National Democracy Institute[xi], Carnegie Middle Easter Center,[xii] International Republican Institute,[xiii] USAID,[xiv] and Facebook all played a part in helping this come to be. Although some of people in the groups probably feel that they are doing a service to the people of the Middle East they do not realize the destructive measures that will most likely come out of this. This is what happens when you create these groups they become collective entities and their rational individual thought goes out the window.

The active federally funded groups helped to mold and develop these local level political activists and even flew them back and forth to help start this fiasco. Then they worked with Facebook and a local Washington member named Nadine Wahab and start up the whole internet movement to start the revolution “Nadine Wahab, an Egyptian émigré and activist based in Washington, D.C., took on that role, passing her user name and password to Google executive Wael Ghonim, who was later unmasked as the creator of the We Are All Khaled Said page, and the page went on to document widespread fraud. That week it received 11,000 new fans.”[xv]

This continued throughout the revolution process and is still continuing; facebook works to keep this site going and set up through Richard Allen the European director of facebook policy. They set up the site and then worked to protect it against the puppet government that we have backed in Egypt for thirty years giving them 1,300,000 in military aid in fiscal year 2009. When describing the steps they took to protect this Washington facebook site in Egypt they explain “On the night of January 25, Richard Allan, Facebook’s director of policy for Europe, responded to the worried administrator. “We have put all the key pages into special protection,” he wrote in an email. A team, he said, “is monitoring activity from Egypt now on a 24/7 basis.”[xvi]

So yes we are supporting Democracy worldwide in a classic progressive collectivist fashion because we know the end result of a Democracy is Socialism. All of these Washington democracy promoters are the blind leading the blind but who are guided at the top with a clear agenda. It isn’t going to be this war that has been propped up by fear mongers about an Israeli Middle East war. There is a possibility of this happening but the competing sides of Fabian Socialist and Leninist are going to be fighting for how they think it should come about. To me it looks as if the Fabian style of the deal is winning and as long as the Obama administration is in control I think this form will continue.  They will be collectively grabbing the masses into a frenzy to bring about revolution that will force them to unwittingly enslave themselves. For a very short time it will look like a success and the persons will have freed themselves from the American backed dictators but what they don’t know will eventually hurt them. This also helps to achieve the goal of demonizing the United States showing them to be cruel backers of authoritarian regimes.[xvii]

Now we even hear talks of military backed movements by the EU against Libya.[xviii] Also Obama states the same thinking.[xix] Well I guess Gaddafi doesn’t want to play along but we see what happens to those guys such as Jaime Roldos, Manuel Noriega, and more recently Saddam. So if would frankly not surprise me to see Gaddafi and his sons end up dead soon and this corrupt cycle will continue until the day people wake up, which I don’t see coming any time soon.


[i] http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/277478/Husayn-McMahon-correspondence

[ii] http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_depth/middle_east/israel_and_the_palestinians/key_documents/1682961.stm

[iii] http://www.historyandtheheadlines.abc-clio.com/ContentPages/ContentPage.aspx?entryId=1281218&currentSection=1271019&productid=16

[iv] http://www.cephasministry.com/history_of_masonry_5.html

[v] Ibid.

[vi] http://fosterglenn.tripod.com/Middle%20East.htm

[vii] http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/9496

[viii] ibid

[ix] http://hat4uk.wordpress.com/2011/02/17/middle-east-wikileaks-cables-confirm-russian-influence-behind-growing-instability/

[x] http://www.ned.org/where-we-work/middle-east-and-northern-africa/egypt

[xi] http://www.ndi.org/egypt

[xii] http://carnegie-mec.org/?lang=en

[xiii] http://www.iri.org/countries-and-programs/middle-east-and-north-africa/egypt

[xiv] http://egypt.usaid.gov/en/Pages/default.aspx

[xv] http://www.thedailybeast.com/blogs-and-stories/2011-02-24/middle-east-uprising-facebooks-back-channel-diplomacy/

[xvi] http://www.thedailybeast.com/blogs-and-stories/2011-02-24/middle-east-uprising-facebooks-back-channel-diplomacy/

[xvii] http://rt.com/usa/news/democracy-promotion-usa-regime/

[xviii] http://www.businessweek.com/news/2011-03-11/eu-wants-qaddafi-out-sees-libyan-rebels-as-partners-for-talks.html

[xix] http://www.cnn.com/2011/POLITICS/03/11/us.libya/

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