The U.S. colored revolution user manual for Egypt

Published on Voltairenete.org, by Albert Einstein Institution, March 2, 2011.
Download the Manual in arabic language, 26 pdf-pages.

The United States had anticipated a revolution in Egypt for some time, even if they predicted it would occur at the death of their puppet, Hosni Mubarak. Consequently, they were standing ready to step in.

From the first week of demonstrations in Cairo, Washington detached a team from the Albert Einstein Institution. A manual, already used in other countries, was translated into Arabic and disseminated to shepherd demonstrators towards the Facebook and Twitter services set up the the State Department and the CIA.  

The United States had anticipated a revolution in Egypt for some time, even if they predicted it would occur at the death of their puppet, Hosni Mubarak. Consequently, they were standing ready to step in.

From the first week of demonstrations in Cairo, Washington detached a team from the Albert Einstein Institution. A manual, already used in other countries, was translated into Arabic and disseminated to shepherd demonstrators towards the Facebook and Twitter services set up the the State Department and the CIA.

The manual provides precise instructions regarding the itinerary of the marches. It contains diagrams and aerial views that differ from the aerial representations made by the Egyptians, who rarely use maps in any case. The aerial photos are credited, when in Egypt copyright rights are not respected.

The manual offers tips on how to dress for protection against tear gas, but displays a western model which overlooks local dress traditions. (full text).

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