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LIONEL PODCAST: The Middle East Revolution Work & Who Pulls The Strings

In pro wrestling a “work” is a contrived, planned or phony premise, story line or match outcome.

These were the Von Brauners, Kurt and Karl. Or is that Karl and Kurt? Anyway, their manager was Gentleman Saul Weingeroff. Two ostensible Nazis managed by a Jew. In wrestling, history makes no difference. Old enemies are forgotten. It’s all a work.

Here there are infra in what looks like a death photo. Saul’s wearing a unique ensemble: Nazi coveralls with the omnipresent walking stick. Classic. But it didn’t matter, it was all a work.

The world is a work. The tumultuous crises in the Middle East. A work. Mubarak was our pal, now he’s not. The world’s comprised of babyfaces and heels. The dreaded Muslim Brotherhood, the liberty lovin’ Twitter hipsters. It also shares with wrestling a beautiful story. Simple. Uncomplicated and unvarnished. Don’t ask how a Jew can manage Nazis. Don’t ask why Mubarak’s not our buddy any longer. Don’t point out that the latest Egypt power shift was a military junta. That’s what happened in 1952. It was a military coup d’état. Sayonara King Farouk, hello Nasser.

And while you’re at it, forget about 76-year-old Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi. And that a U.S. diplomatic cable doc-dumped by WikiLeaks cited academics and analysts who described Tantawi as “Mubarak’s poodle” and “incompetent.” Forget that Omar Suleiman was their spook-in-chief who makes the Marquis de Sade look like Sade. Or that Mohamed ElBaradei’s a globalist NGO stooge. Shhh. It’s all a work.

I believe Pete Townshend said it best.

Meet the new boss
Same as the old boss

LIONEL PODCAST: The Psychology Of Our Collective Insanity

This might be one of my most important podcasts ever. Or maybe not. It details our collective insanity. We are nothing more than a collection of misfits and ambulatory schizoid lunatics. If you want to know why we do anything, look at us from a psychological reference point. There’s virtually nothing that we do that’s not grounded in some base, atavistic behavior. Take dancing. Please. Cicero said no sane man will dance. And that’s true. Something so seemingly innocent, tribal and mired in history is frankly one of the most obvious symptoms of our being unhinged. Look at these three pathetic souls in a Romanian psych ward. It’s a mirror.

LIONEL AUDIO FREE PODCAST: The Lionel-Mendte Summit On PIX 11 News & Other Stuff

On Friday, February 4, 2011 CE, I will join my colleague Larry Mendte on New York’s PIX11 Morning News at 8:45 AM for a careful dissection and parsing of the news of the day with considerable emphasis on the tumultuous events in Egypt. Herein I explain what’s in store and provide an update on Egypt. You’re welcome.

And guess what, Sparky. We’ve got an internet kill switch just like Egypt. Surprised?

LIONEL PODCAST: Part I – American MSM Haven’t A Clue About Egypt

I watched a segment on The View this morning. The gals were trying to make sense of Egypt. ‘Twas one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen. No one had a clue as to what it all means. Save Babs, of course.

If the story’s not about Charlie Sheen or snow, our MSM are at a loss for what it all means. And the same goes for Sarah Palin and the Tea Party folks. Fox News and MSNBC anchors and anchorettes are left staring at the ground or feverishly thumbing through their play books because when it comes to international politics, they suck at levels that would make gravity envious. This defies the left-right paradigm.

And the global elites would have it no other way. MSM monkeys show us B-roll of cars overturned and hypnotize us with riotcams and audiences are like a child distracted by a parent jiggling the car keys. The International Crisis Group “strongly condemns the detention of Mohamed ElBaradei” which is, at best laughable. They’re an NGO on whose board Mo, who hasn’t been back to Egypt in 30 years, sits. This is all by design and artfully orchestrated by an organized globalist network that acts in front of the world, hiding nothing. And why shouldn’t they?