No. I meant the Egyptian people that demanded that Morsi be removed for not doing what he promised, disbanding their established political processes, attempting to implement Sharia Law, and for trying to transform Egypt into a state they did not want... reminds me a lot of obama."That's why the Egyptians removed Morsi from office"
You mean the military coup that imprisoned the democratically elected leader of Egypt?
What are you bringing up next, President Madison and the Barbary Pirates?You say: "when it comes to Egypt and most of the M.E., "Let Allah sort it out"." so you agree with me that the CIA was wrong to overthrow the democratically elected leader of Iran?
"In 1953, the United States CIA led by one of President Theodore Roosevelts grandsons, initiated a coup in Iran (Operation Ajax) to remove the democratically elected Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh. The Iranian government was understandably dissatisfied with the terms of its contract with the Anglo-Persian Oil Company that allowed British interests to claim 85% of the oil profit from Iran. Iran voted to nationalize the oil industry in 1951 after the British declined to renegotiate the terms. The US-led coup was successful, and the royal monarch, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, became virtual dictator. Fearing popular reprisal, Pahlavis government was supported by the CIA in creating the Iranian SAVAK, a vicious secret police for the Shahs dictatorial government."
For those that are reading challenged,(Miner), let's try this one last time... "Let Allah sort it out".Bobin, given your statement can we also belive you think President Eisenhower and Ford were wrong to develop Irans nuclear program?
"Under the Eisenhower administration, the US cooperated with the Shahs government for the development of Iranian nuclear energy through the Atoms for Peace program. President Ford agreed to US full cooperation to help Iran build about two dozen nuclear energy plants. When the Iranian people overthrew the Shahs government in 1979, the US stopped cooperating. The US backed Iraq in their invasion of Iran in 1980 and throughout the war until 1988, seeking a more US-friendly Iranian government. The US provided Saddam Hussein with the chemical and biological weapons the W. Bush administration later used as justification for invading Iraq. Since 1979, the US has worked to prevent Iran having a nuclear energy program, even under the legal provisions of the NPT, and reneged on a multi-billion dollar contract to deliver nuclear fuel to Iran without refunding Irans money."