STRATFOR: Egypt Is Prepared To Bomb All Ethiopia's Nile Dams And Water Facilities

Oct 13, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Silicon Alley Insider

In 2010 Egypt discussed taking military action in cooperation with Sudan against Ethiopia to protect their stake in Nile River, according to internal emails from the U.S. private-security firm Stratfor.

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Bekalu

San Francisco, CA

#1 Oct 15, 2012
If the dam is built it will be owned by investors worldwide. If the dam is finished it is big money and no country wants to pass the opportunity to buy as much bond . Currently the government of Djibouti is the Largest Foreign Buyer of Bonds Half paid in acquiring bond certificates that the Ethiopian government has issued to finance the construction of the 4.8 billion-dollar Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), and the remaining half handed out as a grant, Djibouti follows Somaliland, a breakaway state from Somalia still craving international recognition, in buying bonds worth half a million. By the time this dam is finished Ethiopians will be the one defending the dam while foreign investors become the owners of the dam. Just like what the land grab left Ethiopians with the Abbay Grab will leave Ethiopians only with a loose loose deal. Due to Egypt and Sudan Woyane military generals will at least get to benefit something for protecting the foreign owned Hydroelectric power at the cost of the Ethiopians life.

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http://grandmillenniumdam.net/djibouti-larges...

“M.A....Rise”

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#2 Oct 15, 2012
Bekalu wrote:
If the dam is built it will be owned by investors worldwide. If the dam is finished it is big money and no country wants to pass the opportunity to buy as much bond . Currently the government of Djibouti is the Largest Foreign Buyer of Bonds Half paid in acquiring bond certificates that the Ethiopian government has issued to finance the construction of the 4.8 billion-dollar Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), and the remaining half handed out as a grant, Djibouti follows Somaliland, a breakaway state from Somalia still craving international recognition, in buying bonds worth half a million. By the time this dam is finished Ethiopians will be the one defending the dam while foreign investors become the owners of the dam. Just like what the land grab left Ethiopians with the Abbay Grab will leave Ethiopians only with a loose loose deal. Due to Egypt and Sudan Woyane military generals will at least get to benefit something for protecting the foreign owned Hydroelectric power at the cost of the Ethiopians life.
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http://grandmillenniumdam.net/djibouti-larges...
The war will be the choice if any drop of water was banned to egypt

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#3 Oct 15, 2012
Egyptian_lad wrote:
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The war will be the choice if any drop of water was banned to egypt
the egyptian army of flying carpets?
AntididonAi

Courbevoie, France

#4 Oct 16, 2012
Andre3000 wrote:
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the egyptian army of flying carpets?
.. well,, you need to invest some time to learn about the Forsvaret, see where it is ranked,

http://forsvaret.dk/FKO/ENG/FACTS%20AND%20FIG...
AntididonAi

Courbevoie, France

#5 Oct 16, 2012
Bekalu wrote:
If the dam is built it will be owned by investors worldwide. If the dam is finished it is big money and no country wants to pass the opportunity to buy as much bond . Currently the government of Djibouti is the Largest Foreign Buyer of Bonds Half paid in acquiring bond certificates that the Ethiopian government has issued to finance the construction of the 4.8 billion-dollar Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), and the remaining half handed out as a grant, Djibouti follows Somaliland, a breakaway state from Somalia still craving international recognition, in buying bonds worth half a million. By the time this dam is finished Ethiopians will be the one defending the dam while foreign investors become the owners of the dam. Just like what the land grab left Ethiopians with the Abbay Grab will leave Ethiopians only with a loose loose deal. Due to Egypt and Sudan Woyane military generals will at least get to benefit something for protecting the foreign owned Hydroelectric power at the cost of the Ethiopians life.
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http://grandmillenniumdam.net/djibouti-larges...
the GERD and the Iranian Atomic Bomb are similar in one thing : The Will Not Happen,

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#6 Oct 16, 2012
AntididonAi wrote:
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.. well,, you need to invest some time to learn about the Forsvaret, see where it is ranked,
http://forsvaret.dk/FKO/ENG/FACTS%20AND%20FIG...
They have a HP which works. That's more than you can say about the Egyptian army.
AntididonAi

Courbevoie, France

#7 Oct 18, 2012
Andre3000 wrote:
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They have a HP which works. That's more than you can say about the Egyptian army.
... with HP or whatever,,,,, the Forsvaret is in a rank much behind than the Egyptian Armed Forces,... a fact published by several interrnational institutions, google it,

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#8 Oct 18, 2012
AntididonAi wrote:
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... with HP or whatever,,,,, the Forsvaret is in a rank much behind than the Egyptian Armed Forces,... a fact published by several interrnational institutions, google it,
HP = Home Page. I won't start another infantile discussion about whose military is the strongest. Fact is that the military in Egypt has far to much power but I don't think it's effective. It's rather like the military of Saddam Hussein.

Meeting an organized and determined force would destroy any arab military in a split second.

Egyptian military is stronger than the danish. Ofcourse. We are a tiny nation with 5 million people. You are 90 million people. I never denied it. We don't spend half the money you do on military. We spend it on education and a welfare system egyptians can only dream about.

However, we are a member of NATO and EU. What is Egypt a member of?

“kill 'em with kindness......”

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Ontario

#9 Oct 18, 2012
Andre3000 wrote:
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HP = Home Page. I won't start another infantile discussion about whose military is the strongest. Fact is that the military in Egypt has far to much power but I don't think it's effective. It's rather like the military of Saddam Hussein.
Meeting an organized and determined force would destroy any arab military in a split second.
Egyptian military is stronger than the danish. Ofcourse. We are a tiny nation with 5 million people. You are 90 million people. I never denied it. We don't spend half the money you do on military. We spend it on education and a welfare system egyptians can only dream about.
However, we are a member of NATO and EU. What is Egypt a member of?
Nevertheless, Egypt has a powerful and skilled armed forces. If there is any force in the middle east that's got what it takes, it's Egypt's. Isreal's is pretty strong too, but that's only because they're totally funded with fun toys by the U.S.....

At least Egypt built their army on their own.

“kill 'em with kindness......”

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#10 Oct 18, 2012
Andre3000 wrote:
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HP = Home Page. I won't start another infantile discussion about whose military is the strongest. Fact is that the military in Egypt has far to much power but I don't think it's effective. It's rather like the military of Saddam Hussein.
Meeting an organized and determined force would destroy any arab military in a split second.
Egyptian military is stronger than the danish. Ofcourse. We are a tiny nation with 5 million people. You are 90 million people. I never denied it. We don't spend half the money you do on military. We spend it on education and a welfare system egyptians can only dream about.
However, we are a member of NATO and EU. What is Egypt a member of?
ps: Canada's armed forces are stronger than the Danish too and we only have two boats and three planes......

Doesn't matter though, we're in the U.S's backyard and they don't let anyone move in as a neighbour they don't approve of.

I think we should just chuck in the towel and become a state.

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#11 Oct 18, 2012
Muslimamomma wrote:
<quoted text> Nevertheless, Egypt has a powerful and skilled armed forces. If there is any force in the middle east that's got what it takes, it's Egypt's. Isreal's is pretty strong too, but that's only because they're totally funded with fun toys by the U.S.....
At least Egypt built their army on their own.
Lmao. Yeah - Egypt built their army on their own.

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#12 Oct 18, 2012
PS

The egyptian army is more like a gang of thugs. They control far too much in Egypt. Ask any person you want. They will be in a dilemma when answering. On one side they are nationalists like EL. They want to believe that their military is almighty and extremely powerful against foreign forces. They have all heard about the "great victory in 1973" etc.

On the other hand they are very much aware that the egyptian military is involved in everything in Egypt. They are a state within the state. Probably even the hotel you have stayed in was controlled by a person with connections to the military....it's just a sad fact.
AntididonAi

Courbevoie, France

#13 Oct 19, 2012
Andre3000 wrote:
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HP = Home Page. I won't start another infantile discussion about whose military is the strongest. Fact is that the military in Egypt has far to much power but I don't think it's effective. It's rather like the military of Saddam Hussein.
Meeting an organized and determined force would destroy any arab military in a split second.
Egyptian military is stronger than the danish. Ofcourse. We are a tiny nation with 5 million people. You are 90 million people. I never denied it. We don't spend half the money you do on military. We spend it on education and a welfare system egyptians can only dream about.
However, we are a member of NATO and EU. What is Egypt a member of?
.. it was you who started the infantile discussion at first place, mock the army of another ocuntry, then someone had to show you where your own army is,

.. Egypt does not depend on a membership of whatever to provide defense or protection like what you said your country is doing, Egypt relies ONLY on the Egyptian Armed Forces,, it is even other countries rely as well on the Egyptian army's institution,,
.. you are full of subjective estimations,
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#14 Oct 19, 2012
Really? Is this a joke? Ethiopia v. Egypt? Wow man. That must be the World Series of third-rate, shit-ball nations. You know what? You are afraid of Americans.
AntididonAi

Courbevoie, France

#15 Oct 19, 2012
Andre3000 wrote:
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Lmao. Yeah - Egypt built their army on their own.
.. yes of course,, the Egytpian Armed Forces is almost an independent entity which depends on NONE except itself when it comes to financing its armament, buidling the army on their own, expenses of the army is not deducted from the main budget of the country,, whatever the status of the economy in Egypt,,, the Egyptian Armed Forces will always be in an advanced international rank (already),

.. other countries (Israel) do depend 100% on the USA for example, or others (Denmark ?) would depend on the NATO for armament and protection,
AntididonAi

Courbevoie, France

#16 Oct 19, 2012
Faith wrote:
Really? Is this a joke? Ethiopia v. Egypt? Wow man. That must be the World Series of third-rate, shit-ball nations. You know what? You are afraid of Americans.
.. no Faith; wait, it is not a joke,, someone started this bad thread not for a joke, testing the water,
.. nothing and no body will force Egypt to go with the bad option of war unless it is an option imposed on Egypt, never to intiate it,
and no, Egypt does not see Ethiopia or any other African nation as enemy whose facilities need to be bombed,, it is a very stupid thread,
.. and why you never quit using insultive vocabularies which bring back nothing except more bla bla towards yourself ?,

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#17 Oct 19, 2012
AntididonAi wrote:
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.. yes of course,, the Egytpian Armed Forces is almost an independent entity which depends on NONE except itself when it comes to financing its armament, buidling the army on their own, expenses of the army is not deducted from the main budget of the country,, whatever the status of the economy in Egypt,,, the Egyptian Armed Forces will always be in an advanced international rank (already),
.. other countries (Israel) do depend 100% on the USA for example, or others (Denmark ?) would depend on the NATO for armament and protection,
LMFAO

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#18 Oct 19, 2012
AntididonAi wrote:
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.. no Faith; wait, it is not a joke,, someone started this bad thread not for a joke, testing the water,
.. nothing and no body will force Egypt to go with the bad option of war unless it is an option imposed on Egypt, never to intiate it,
and no, Egypt does not see Ethiopia or any other African nation as enemy whose facilities need to be bombed,, it is a very stupid thread,
.. and why you never quit using insultive vocabularies which bring back nothing except more bla bla towards yourself ?,
I look forward to see the mighty egyptian army of thugs invade Ethiopia. Saddam Hussein's army was regarded as a mighty force as well. "The Mother of all Wars"......it's so tragic that I don't know if I should laugh or cry.

Is this you by any chance?

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#19 Oct 19, 2012
AntididonAi = Comical Ali.

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#20 Oct 19, 2012
AntididonAi wrote:
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.. yes of course,, the Egytpian Armed Forces is almost an independent entity which depends on NONE except itself when it comes to financing its armament, buidling the army on their own, expenses of the army is not deducted from the main budget of the country,, whatever the status of the economy in Egypt,,, the Egyptian Armed Forces will always be in an advanced international rank (already),
.. other countries (Israel) do depend 100% on the USA for example, or others (Denmark ?) would depend on the NATO for armament and protection,
on NONE (Except american aid)....lmfao

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