Video: Egypt crackdown: Dozens of Morsi supporters killed in clashes
The Egyptian military vows to continue its crackdown on supporters of ousted president, Mohammed Morsi.
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#1 Jul 29, 2013
Egyptian military still fighting against the supporters of the democratically elected President of Egypt.
But Obama says it wasn't a coup'.
But the evidence is OBVIOUS that it was a coup' AND U.S.A. should IMMEDIATELY STOP sending foreign aid to Egypt!!!
“Open your eyes”
Since: Sep 09
#3 Jul 29, 2013
They wont say it, because it was the administration that wanted Morsi in there in the first place.
People seem to forget that it was Hillary Clinton who met with General Tantawi before the election in Egypt.
And promptly after that meeting it was Tantawi support of Morsi that swayed the public into electing Morsi.
The initial true uprising of the Egyptians was hijacked by the US through the Egyptian military.
And why? 4 reasons.
2. Suez Canal
3. SUMED pipeline
4. The Petrodollar (this is the true kicker)
In the 1950's or 60's (can't remember the decade off the top of my head), Europe recieved 53% of their oil from the Suez Canal and the SUMED Pipeline. During this time Israel invaded the Sinai. England and France's response to that war was an intervention to ensure the flow of oil through the SUMED and Suez. However, years later it was revealed that Israel, Britain, and France had put for the plan to do exactly what they did prior to it actually happened. It was a pre planned invasion to take control of the choke point.
And of course as the people begin to revolt against the American puppet Morsi, it is Al-Sisi and the military who steps in and removes the Morsi administration. Al-Sisi throws his support behind interim VP, Elbaraedi. Elbaraedi who happened to be a member of the International Crisis Group.
Membebrs/Advisors of the International Crisis Group:
1. George Soros
2. Kofi Annan
3. Sandy Berger
4. Larry Summers
5. Zbigniew Brzezinski
But, as an individual, they will have to dig for this info. It's out there, they just have to know history and players involved. Not something anyone will see on alphabet soup media.
#6 Jul 30, 2013
8man yet again showing how retarded he is.
#7 Jul 30, 2013
Was there no democratic process in the election of Morsi?
Isn't that what the USA wanted? To have the people of Egypt VOTE whom they wanted into office?
The USA and Israel were not happy with the results of the Egyptian 'democratic' process, so they are accepting of this coup.
IT IS A COUP.
Sorry Middle East Countries, it's just not the correct democrat process according to the USA.
The USA should just pick the candidates, run the elections. It's not up to the people in the country to determine their fate. It's up to the US government which gets the nod from Israel when things are 'democratically' done.
And it's the COWARDLY other Middle East countries whom hide behind the USA's skirt. They want change, but they are COWARDLY keeping silent so not to shame their arab brothers.
“Open your eyes”
Since: Sep 09
#9 Jul 30, 2013
Well, it was what the US wanted. They got their puppet through the elections.
However, Morsi overstepped his bound and passed a law that gave any decision or law he made immunity from judicial review.
Basically giving himself dictatorial powers.
So the people rose up against again again a US puppet. That part was true grass roots.
However, through the military, the US hijacked the movement again and lone an behold, who steps in to control the Egyptian oil choke point. Elbaradei. A globalist from the ICG.
#10 Jul 30, 2013
Were Obama to be wisked away by the military and held indefinitely in an undisclosed location, would that be a coup'??
<or maybe poetic justice?> <LOL>
#12 Jul 31, 2013
Me thinks the Obama Administration doth protest too much! The Egyptian Military is the product of American Aid, training and weaponry. They would do nothing to lose their American Sugar daddy. Only Israel can do that and still hold on to the whole enchilada. They are America's bought and paid for protection of Israel's southern border which is mainly why they receive all that aid. They are doing exactly what they are told to do by The U S, while The U S protests giving them plausible deniability for the military's action.
#13 Jul 31, 2013
Got to love this Arab Spring thing!
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