Sunday, 6 February 2011
Egyptian state's blueprint for repression
SHOCKING documents exposing the Egyptian state's plans for dealing with opposition protests have been revealed.
This document includes terrible measures intended to intentionally spread chaos and terror in the ranks of the people and start a campaign to mislead the media.
The full details can be found on the Angry News From Around the World website.
The plans include:
- Enroll many thugs, pay them well, meet with them in their homes or in public meeting places, (...) the information on the mobilization plan (...) with the aim of sowing chaos gradually.
- Control all members of parties and organizations, coordinate with publishers and communications services, impose complete control over the messages transmitted and received.
- Means of communication (Mobile Internet) will be cut from Friday, 28-01-2011 at six o'clock in the morning, while keeping mobile phone communication, therefore, all officers and members must use this means of communication and make sure they are encoded.
- Ensure that security staff are in civilian clothes armed with sticks to stop members most responsible for the events without showing violence. (..)
- Simulate a partial failure of the police from Friday at 16:00 local to pretend that the protesters have the upper hand and then allow the infiltration of thugs to spread chaos (...).
- Disseminate information through the media about looting, order women of the security services contact the media and claim they are horrified.
- Spread false rumours through the international media, and give the local media the task of correcting them in order to restore public confidence in them.
- Spread rumors about the spread of chaos and the flight of large numbers of prisoners and claim they are directed to residential neighbourhoods. (...)
- Monitor the situation on the ground and charge members of security to count the demonstrations and know their addresses, in order to send groups of thugs to their neighbourhoods and to remove them and thereafter empty the streets of demonstrators.