You Can't Make This Stuff Up

Globalists come full circle from denial to showering honors upon their seditious agents.
by Tony Cartalucci

Bangkok, Thailand June 11, 2011 - A special contributor sent the below National Endowment for Democracy flyer to the Land Destroyer Report. After initially feigning displeasure and confusion over the protests in Tunisia and Egypt, the United States, who had been plotting the unrest since as early as 2008 has come full circle in not only supporting and raining honors upon the agents of their foreign-funded sedition, but have used Tunisia and Egypt as a model and precedent for foisting similar plots upon other nations around the world. The official website confirms indeed, that "you can't make this stuff up." For more information on NED, Freedom House and a host of other contrived, criminal, illegitimate organizations used to foist the globalist agenda upon humanity, please see the following stories:

"Exposing the International Arbiters"

"Neo-Cons for Human Rights?"

"The Fake ICC & the Globalist Strategy of Tension"

The National Endowment for Democracy

invites you to join us at the

Avenue Bouguiba, Tunis. Photo by cjb22, Flickr, Creative Commons

The Awards will be accepted by:

Jamel Bettaieb (Tunisia)

Tunisian activist, teacher and trade unionist from Sidi Bouzid, hometown

of Mohammed Bouazizi, whose death ignited Tunisia's revolution,


Zahraa Said (Egypt)

Sister of Khaled Said, the young Egyptian blogger whose murder by the

police last June led to the creation of the "We Are All Khalid Said"

Facebook page that became a catalyst for Egypt's revolution.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Roundtable 3:30-5:00pm, Room 2255

Award Ceremony 5:30-7:30pm, Room B-369

at the Rayburn House Office Building

South Capitol Street and Independence Avenue, SW

Washington, D.C. 20515

RSVP (acceptances only) by Monday, June 20 or (202) 378-9690 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (202) 378-9690 end_of_the_skype_highlighting

Please indicate if you will be attending one or both sessions.


Roundtable: Beyond the Arab Spring

3:30-5:00pm, Room 2255, featuring:

Hussain Abdullah

Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain

Aly Abuzaakuk

Libyan Human & Political Development Forum

Atiaf Al-Wazir

Yemeni Activist & Blogger

Sahar Aziz

Egyptian American Rule of Law Association

Jamel Bettaieb

Tunisian Activist, Teacher, Trade Unionist

Radwan Ziadeh

Syrian Activist & Visiting Scholar, George Washington University

moderated by

Laith Kubba

National Endowment for Democracy

For more information, visit


"This award is very special because we're not just honoring two individuals. Through these two young people, we honor all those in Egypt and Tunisia who struggled and even gave their lives for freedom and dignity. Because there's a long struggle for democracy that still lies ahead, it's important that we demonstrate our solidarity with all those who continue to fight for democracy in Egypt and Tunisia and throughout the Middle East."

-NED President Carl Gershman


National Endowment for Democracy

1025 F St. NW

Washington, District of Columbia 20004