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Friday, August 16, 2013

Egypt in Crisis/American Response

Since you won't hear of this discussion in the mainstream media, I'll pitch in to try and provide a little clarity on the situation in Egypt as it's presently stacking up. In the present situation the Egyptian people have noted, now verbally, how China and Russia seem to be supporting the secular government, while in their perception, the United States of America is supporting the Muslim Brotherhood/al Qaeda. If this perplexes you, you're not alone. One can not but wonder what's going on in the minds of those in high office in the Obama Administration.
From "The Blaze"

Since the Mursi (Muslim Brotherhood) Administration fell to popular secular outpouring of support for returning to the way things had been before the al Qaeda thugs took over Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood has reverted to a strategy of local terrorism. The leadership of the Tamarrud (Rebel) Campaign - which supported the overthrow of Mursi -- urged Egyptians to form vigilante groups on Friday, 16 August, to protect their homes, mosques and churches against terrorism.

The pattern is not an unfamiliar one. If you want to protect your life and your property, you need to arm yourself and take those defensive measures personally or as part of a local group of like-minded citizens. (the difference between a 'citizen' and a 'subject' in the sense of government is defined by a sense of sovereignty over one's home/castle and basic rights)

Today, supporters of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood stormed and torched a government building in Cairo. Similar attacks occurred in other cities. That appears to be a consistent pattern in Brotherhood resistance efforts. The Brothers have no coherent strategy for attacks, but they remain determined to cause destruction. A Health Ministry spokesman said the number of dead is now over 630 and the number of injured exceeds 4,000.

The Egyptian people are collectively deciding the future of Egypt. The government appears to be succeeding in the political breakout. The Brothers have refused to compromise and that stance has led to clashes. More are likely.

Western mainstream media have not reported the formation of pro-government militias to fight the Brotherhood. The Western media treatment of events in Egypt appears incongruent with Egyptian sentiment about the Brotherhood. No peaceful protests took place anywhere in Cairo.

The Egyptian Presidency issued a statement to respond to US President Barack Obama's speech. President al-Mansour's remarks follow. In summary of those remarks, he said that the US President does not understand the situation, is not well informed and his remarks might have encouraged armed violent opposition.
"While, Cairo appreciates the US concern over the developments in Egypt, it had hoped that things would have been understood correctly and for all the facts on the ground to be realized. In this regard, the Presidency would like to assert the following: 
Firstly, Egypt is facing terrorist acts targeting its government establishments and vital facilities consisting of dozens of churches, courts, and police stations, not to mention several public places and private property. 
Secondly, the violent armed groups deliberately committed acts of killing and targeted the civilized features of the Egyptian state, including libraries, museums, public parks, and education centers. 
Thirdly, the Egyptian Presidency regrets the loss of Egyptian lives and is working hard to restore civil security and peace. The presidency also asserts it full responsibility toward protecting the nation and the lives of its citizens. 
Fourthly, the presidency fears that the statements, which are not supported by facts, will contribute to strengthening the armed violent groups and encourage their hostile approach to stability and democratic change, which impedes shaping the future road map that Egypt insists on achieving as scheduled starting with the constitution, parliamentary elections, and presidential elections. 
Fifthly, Egypt appreciates the loyal stances of the world's states; however, it firmly stresses its complete sovereignty and independent decisions, and enforcing the will of the people, which started on 25 January and 30 June for a better future for a great nation."
Egypt's Representative to the UN, Al-Hayah al-Yawm, said on Thursday that the Russian and Chinese representatives to the UN support the new Egyptian government's position. How ironic that the Russians and Chinese are viewed by Egypt as sponsors of the newly established secular government in contrast to the US, which is perceived as the supporter of Islamist government.

Why does the US Government consistently support radical Islam these days? I hate it when the Russians and the Chinese become the good guys. FRIGGING HATE IT.


6 comments:

  1. I don't think that "Government" is quite the right word for what we now have. On the other hand, popular vote - in conjunction with very corrupt vote - says this is the American Way.

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    1. Maybe it's better to simply substitute "Obama Regime" for government?

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  2. First Putin gets it right by banning gay talk with kids.

    Now he recognizes the secular government of Egypt.

    Obama is friggin embarrassing!

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  3. I guess Obama is not the 'genius' everybody claimed him to be (in reality, I bet he...just...doesn't...get it). I wonder if the Scandinavians are checking the warranty on that prize...

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    1. He's a narcissist. In his own mind, a super genius. To most of the world, he's a sick joke.

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