Monday, May 2, 2011

Lara Logan's attack fits into a pattern of Satanism in Egypt

The U.S. State Department has joined international human rights groups in describing a culture of torture within Egyptian's security agencies, issuing a 2009 report in which it itemized alleged abuses ranging from electroshock to sodomy and said "officials often operated with impunity." Yet the U.S. government has also funded the Mubarak regime to the tune of more than a billion dollars per year, and since 1995 has used the Egyptians to interrogate terror suspects via extraordinary rendition outside the scrutiny of the U.S. legal system.
Strangely, Logan had just been detained by the Egyptian government during anti-Mubarak protests the week before her rape, and was reported as having returned to the U.S. momentarily on February 4.

But she went back again, hoping to catch Middle Eastern history in the making -- and fell victim to the chaos of the moment.

I've visited this issue previously, which I remembered when reading the first of the above excerpts, which indicates that Egypt's government includes a Satanist element, as does "ours." (Torture, including the "no touch" torture or "not-torture" of "enhanced interrogation," is the main hallmark of advanced Satanism/SRA.) Besides causing physical trauma, rape leaves psychological scars which can torment the victim for the rest of their life. So, rape is far more serious than, say, getting bounced around in a car wreck caused by someone else's recklessness, which is traumatizing but doesn't contain the long-lasting sense of violation.

The fact that Logan returned to Egypt after being detained, and that the Egyptian government contains this evil element, might explain why she was attacked, why the army took so long to rescue her, and why they didn't shoot any of her attackers. (Note that the Egyptian government used "privatized," brutal thugs in other instances to attack its opponents.) Elsewhere, I read that the military had executed some rapists, but they might overlook the crimes of certain ones.