I checked the last two pages and didn't notice anyone mentioning this, this story from
talks about the Muslim Brotherhood saying
this looks like a military coup.
CAIRO — A member of the Muslim Brotherhood said on Thursday he feared the army was staging a military coup, but later said any official comment from
Egypt's biggest opposition group would depend on the final outcome.
And that's actually basically what everyone has about that. But yeah, the flip flopping is epic, this is a 3 ring media circus if I've ever seen one.
This media flip flopping by the regime reminds me of the Bush crew. And no one in the spot light is pointing out that Constitutional Conservatism
would solve everyone's problems. Instead we have a VP who no one seems to know much about, a military which has done relatively well with the
protestors, who are basically the only stable institution within the country, thanks much in part to us. I don't think I've heard much of anything
about other opposition parties giving out any sort of ideas for a Conservative Representative Republic or anything of that nature. If the parties get
a hold of it, it would likely go into a more Muslim leaning than secular group, that's why I honestly prefer it in the hands of the military for the
moment, even though the VP is technically supposed to get it. If the VP had power, even temporarily, that could be too easily used to incite people.
Sadly, nothing else works but the sort of country we're supposed to have, but somewhat still have, everything else falls into shambles. But even that
is very difficult to pull off, so when the biggest opposition group is the Muslim Brotherhood and 90% of Egypt is Muslim, and a Sharia-style Islamic
State is for the most part the exact opposite of Constitutional Conservatism, that's a very uphill battle. That's why we get a lot of people,
including much of the mainstream Conservative side, supporting Mubarak as a lesser of a few evils, much of that sadly stems from Israel's safety. It's
sort of like invading Afghanistan or Iraq, many of the people there would much rather have had a stable dictatorship with running water and
electricity than neither of those and guerrilla warfare.
So I would support the Constitutional Conservative solution to the Egypt government and, most importantly, economic structure, but there is no power
in Egypt espousing these ideas, though I saw mentioned the military speaking of the constitution tonight, which now might not even happen. So that
leaves us with Mubarak or an Islam-leaning party which will make things very slightly better, or far far worse. I would love for them to be able to
make a working multi-party system or whatever, but look how that worked for the last 2 countries we propped up an illusion of a Republic, Karzai being
a good example. So that likely leaves, regardless of how Muslim, a group that'll easily be used by the Illuminati to cause WWIII style problems with
the whole Iran and Israel/Palestine situation. Ben Fulford says the remnants of the Illuminati actually want this riot fever to come to America so
they could get there precious martial law, but I see it more as a WWIII style thing. The Illuminati don't have to start something to still use it
completely to their advantage, and same goes for the Muslim Brotherhood, and this definitely is part of their last ditch efforts to impossibly create
their global police state, even if it was added after the fact. This is definitely the new Tucson, and there's certainly more going on behind the
scenes, it's certainly been interesting to watch. I personally can't wait to see what happens with this "military coup", especially after all of the
contradictory statements coming from the media and regimes.
Added - To all those who wish this would happen in America, it already happened, and in far greater numbers, plus the election in November was a
record schlacking, we've got a brand new world coming soon, and the November election completely sealed the deal. This was also along with some
economic moves on the part of China and such, the multi-colored Dragon Societies, groups like the New Kremlin, what's referred to as BRIC, Brazil,
Russia, India, China, and obviously Japan is there too, the Black and White Dragon Societies were integral parts and they're based in Japan. But it
was our TEA Party style Conservative Ascendancy, our turning away from the media and liberalism, and our subsequent landslide election, giving us a
far better Republican party, that completely turned the tide and has caused great disarray among the elite. Then we get things like the Fed judge
declaring the HC Bill unconstitutional, the Repubs working on cutting the Fed gov, taking the EPAs cap and trade powers away and slicing their budget,
Darrell Issa is looking into the various crimes and is finding it quite difficult, and Reid wouldn't even let the HC vote come up on the floor of the
Not even 1% of the country of Egypt is protesting, not very many women either, even compared to Iran, and there has been a good bit of violence and
anti-American sentiment. We in America on the otherhand have been staging the Second Revolution for quite a while now, contrary to popular belief, it
also has been very peaceful, certainly not racist, and very widespread. Plus we wouldn't be dumb enough to get suckered by the Muslim
Brotherhood...just Karl Rove. If you wish we in America would be more like them, even though we've demonstrated far greater, then why don't you do
more, make a website or stickers, make a Youtube video on Windows Movie Maker. I'm personally far more proud of us in America, especially the
Conspiracy, Spirituality, and Alien Community.
edit on 10-2-2011 by SincerelySarcastic because: Too much American Pride, just couldn't hold it