In times of crisis… Call in the professionals.

The Daily Mail.

 

Don’t you just get sick and tired of being manipulated and lied to by the MSM on behalf of your government.

Course you do!

Take all this trouble in Egypt for instance.

The MSM would have you believe that the deposed President, Mohamed Morsi is the good guy and that those who deposed him are evil dictators. 

Below is a Daily Mail article which is very pro-Morsi.

We are told in the article that Egypt’s famous Malawi National museum was looted and vandalised, ‘allegedly’ by pro-Morsi supporters, with the inference being that because the information came from the Military government, the source shouldn’t be trusted.

The rest of the article is basically written in such a way that the reader is gently led to believe that the coup was against the wishes of the Egyptian people and everybody loves Ray Morsi.

Much the same as in Syria really except the MSM would have you believe that President Assad is the ‘Black hat’ and the rebels are fighting for a noble cause. 

So, who are these Pro Morsi and anti assad supporters then?

Well, as you would expect from anyone backed by the UK and USA governments.

They are crisis actors… As is evidenced in the You Tube video below


Looters ransack Egyptian antiques museum and snatch priceless artefacts as armed police move inside stormed Cairo mosque

  • Museum in the Upper Egyptian city of Minya was broken into on Thursday
  • Ministry accused Muslim Brotherhood supporters of breaking in
  • Morsi supporters fought a gunbattle with security forces in a Cairo mosque
  • The interim PM has proposed legally dissolving the Brotherhood
  • Friday was fourth day of violence, which has killed almost 800 people

By JILL REILLY

PUBLISHED: 11:40, 17 August 2013 | UPDATED: 18:16, 17 August 2013

 

Egypt’s famous Malawi National Museum has been ransacked, looted and smashed up by vandals in another example of the recent unrest in the country.

Photos of the damaged artefacts and empty display cases were released this afternoon as supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi fought a gunbattle with security forces in a Cairo mosque.

According to a statement made by the Ministry of Antiquities, the museum, in the Upper Egyptian city of Minya, was allegedly broken into and some artifacts were damaged and stolen on Thursday evening.

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Break in: Damaged objects lie on the floor and in broken cases in the Malawi Antiquities Museum after it was ransacked and looted Break in: Damaged objects lie on the floor and in broken cases in the Malawi Antiquities Museum after it was ransacked and looted

 

Stolen: Some artifacts were damaged and stolen, according to a statement made by the Ministry of AntiquitiesStolen: Some artifacts were damaged and stolen, according to a statement made by the Ministry of Antiquities

 

Blame: The ministry¿s official statement accords pro-Mursi supporters the blame for the break inBlame: The ministry¿s official statement accords pro-Mursi supporters the blame for the break in

 

The ministry’s official statement accused Muslim Brotherhood supporters of breaking into the museum. 

 

It not yet clear what is missing – a list is being compiled to ensure the artefacts are not smuggled out the country.

Meanwhile this afternoon armed police moved into n a Cairo mosque under seige, while Egypt’s army-backed government, facing deepening chaos, considered banning his Muslim Brotherhood group.

Loss: Loss: ‘It is a great loss and I am really saddened by what has happened to such a museum,’ Minister of State of Antiquities Mohamed Ibrahim said

 

 

Ransacked: Rows of display cases are broken and empty at the Malawi Antiquities MuseumRansacked: Rows of display cases are broken and empty at the Malawi Antiquities Museum

 

The ruins of the Evangelical Church of Malawi fter it was ransacked, looted and burned on Thursday by an angry mobThe ruins of the Evangelical Church of Malawi after it was ransacked, looted and burned on Thursday by an angry mob

 

Attack: In the province of Minya south of Cairo, protesters attacked two Christian churches, security officials saidAttack: In the province of Minya south of Cairo, protesters attacked two Christian churches, security officials said

 

Witnesses saw gunmen shoot from a window of the al-Fath mosque, where Brotherhood followers sheltered during ferocious confrontations in the heart of Cairo on Friday.

Another gunman was shown on television shooting from the mosque’s minaret and soldiers outside returning fire.

It was not clear if anyone died in the latest clash – the fourth day of violence in Egypt, which has killed almost 800 people.

With anger rising on all sides, Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi proposed disbanding the Brotherhood, raising the stakes in a bloody struggle between the state and Islamists for control of the Arab world’s most populous nation.

“We are not facing political divisions, we are facing a war being waged by extremists developing daily into terrorism,” presidential political adviser Mostafa Hegazy told reporters.

If Beblawi’s proposal to disband the Brotherhood is acted on, it would force the group underground and could herald large-scale arrests against its members placed outside the law.

READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2396100/Looters-ransack-Egyptian-antiques-museum-snatch-priceless-artefacts-armed-police-inside-stormed-Cairo-mosque.html#ixzz2cFWsRVlO

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