"Egypt’s unfolding Mubarakist coup"
"Sudden Improvements in Egypt Suggest a Campaign to Undermine Morsi":
"Working behind the scenes, members of the old establishment, some of them close to Mr. Mubarak and the country’s top generals, also helped finance, advise and organize those determined to topple the Islamist leadership, including Naguib Sawiris, a billionaire and an outspoken foe of the Brotherhood; Tahani el-Gebali, a former judge on the Supreme Constitutional Court who is close to the ruling generals; and Shawki al-Sayed, a legal adviser to Ahmed Shafik, Mr. Mubarak’s last prime minister, who lost the presidential race to Mr. Morsi."
The biggest protest in world history? “A bottom-up, grassroots effort and not directed by political opposition leaders"? Exactly How Many Millions Were We, My General?"
"People, power, or propaganda? Unraveling the Egyptian opposition" by Max Blumenthal:
"From what source did the claim of 17 million demonstrators originate? Apparently, it was a single anonymous military official."
Or from Naguib Sawiris himself. The claim of twenty million signatures has also never been independently confirmed.
"Naguib Sawiris Transfers $28 Million USD to Tamarod Organizers" "Naguib Sawiris – Saves 1 Billion USD from Morsi Overthrow" "Billionaire Naguib Sawiris Says He'll Increase His Investment In Egypt" "Egypt's Bloomberg Outlasts His Islamist Enemies"
The media campaign: "Unpacking Anti-Muslim Brotherhood Discourse"
"The World Without Qatar" by Thierry Meyssan