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Who Will Run Egypt Now? Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei is a Front Runner

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posted on Feb, 11 2011 @ 04:23 PM
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This is the most likely candidate to takeover Egypt's government meantime as there is no one else in the running for now. His credentials for world peace and non proliferation of nuclear arms are well known in political circles but America had reservations about his opposition to the Iraq War of 2003:



One of the major issues during ElBaradei’s second term as the Director General of the IAEA was the Agency’s inspections in Iraq. ElBaradei disputed the US rationale for the 2003 invasion of Iraq from the time of the 2002 Iraq disarmament crisis, when he, along with Hans Blix, led a team of UN weapons inspectors in Iraq. ElBaradei told the UN Security Council in March 2003 that documents purporting to show that Iraq had tried to acquire uranium from Niger were not authentic. ElBaradei described the U.S. invasion of Iraq as "a glaring example of how, in many cases, the use of force exacerbates the problem rather than solving it."[13] ElBaradei further said "we learned from Iraq that an inspection takes time, that we should be patient, that an inspection can, in fact, work,"[14] and that he had "been validated" in concluding that Saddam Hussein had not revived his nuclear weapons program.[15] In a 2004 op-ed piece on the dangers of nuclear proliferation, in the New York Times (February 12, 2004), ElBaradei stated "We must abandon the unworkable notion that it is morally reprehensible for some countries to pursue weapons of mass destruction, yet morally acceptable for others to rely on them for security - and indeed to continue to refine their capacities and postulate plans for their use."[16] He went on to say "If the world does not change course, we risk self-destruction."


He also held talks with Iran on their nuclear programme but the Bush administration did everything in their power to oust him for re-election by intercepting his calls, looking at ways to oust him:




The United States initially voiced opposition to his election to a third four-year term in 2005.[17] In a May 2005 interview with the staff of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Lawrence Wilkerson, the chief of staff to former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, charged former Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security John Bolton with an underhanded campaign to unseat ElBaradei.[18] “Mr. Bolton overstepped his bounds in his moves and gyrations to try to keep [ElBaradei] from being reappointed as [IAEA] head,” Wilkerson said. The Washington Post reported in December 2004 that the Bush administration had intercepted dozens of ElBaradei’s phone calls with Iranian diplomats and was scrutinizing them for evidence they could use to force him out.[18] IAEA spokesman Mark Gwozdecky said the agency worked on "the assumption that one or more entities may be listening to our conversations". "It's not how we would prefer to work, but it is the reality. At the end of the day, we have nothing to hide," he said. Iran responded to the Washington Post reports by accusing the United States of violating international law in intercepting the communications.


His steps to power began back in April 2010 when he told the Harvard Kennedy School of Government he was:




"looking for a job" and is seeking to be an "agent of change and an advocate for democracy" within Egyptian politics. He also made clear that his wife is not very enthusiastic about any potential run.


This is one of his latest interviews during the Egypt uprising at the end of January:

cnnpressroom.blogs.cnn.com...

Source of Biography: en.wikipedia.org...

As you will see his credentials are impeccable and he has spent 15 years in the US so could either be an adversary or friend of America, depending on how they react to him being elected?
It will be interesting to see how President Obama reacts to his campaign to run Egypt?
Will he mistrust him the same as President Bush?
Will he stabilise or destabilise the Middle East?
These are some questions I have in my head to watch out for in September.




posted on Feb, 11 2011 @ 04:43 PM
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NWO will run it... did you notice how badly Obama wanted this to happen
I think NWO is installing their people in all the control points around the world... one place at the time
edit on 11-2-2011 by Vandalour because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 12 2011 @ 07:32 AM
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Come on ATSers anyone got any opinions on this as I feel it might shape the world we live in right now and in the future? Especially since this doctor has challenged Israel's need to have nuclear weapons, yet others in the Arab world are not allowed to have them?



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