a few months ago, Israel was "shocked" at Obama's betrayal of former Egypt president Mubarak.
the funny thing is, Washington & MSM didn't ask Mubarak to step down until it was already clear he would fall.
what does Mubarak's rise and fall mean to Israel? Egypt is Israel's most powerful neighbor, and was the first Arab country to make peace with the
Israel, under E. President Safat in 1979, then he was assassinated two years later by an Egyptian civilian. same happened to Egypt's next President.
but then Mubarak came along and forced Egyptians to accent Israel as a friend.
so that means Israel was the only Arab neighbor it was no longer at war with (Israel's still technically at war with Libya, Syria, and Iran,
basically anywhere USA hasnt taken over in the mideast.
but now that Egyptians are having their revolution, they are expressing their feelings about Egypt - a young Zionists nation with so many neighbor's
blood on their hands already.
where is this going? well quite simple Israel has acquired another enemy to take its agressions out on its Palestinians on, and or eventually go to
war with, too like Iran, Syria, etc.
how do most Israelis feel about this? figures.. chosen people lol
Originally posted by purplemer
america did not want him to go, nor israel.... the people of egypt are upset and embarrased at the way that mubarak worked with israeli with the
blockade...and rightly so.
indeed, to reiterate, washington was in bed with both mubarak and of course israel,
but when Obama saw where the revolution was already heading (mubarak already out the door),
he saw a ratings opportunity and jumped on it together with MSM who suddenly exposed mubarak's torcherings and such, saddam hussein style, sent some
troops over to Egypt and made it look like America saved the day and was against mubarak all along -- just like saddam
edit on 9-9-2011 by
ignant because: (no reason given)
The situation in egypt at the moment is being reported as being due to the
shooting of four egyption boader gards by israli forces. If it's true then the egypts reaction
is justified. Israli forces are to trigger happy, especial considering the neighbourhood.
Mubarak was the US guy in egypt, and he was put their along time ago. Not knowing
what the outcome of the revolution was going to be probably was the reason for a lack
of support for the revolution. In international relations it's easyer to stand with the
guy you've paid for support form than, support those overthrowing them. you tend
to have to start all over again with a new group, and it's not all that clear wear the power
will lie after the upcoming election. fear about a the muslim brotherhood winning
the election is bubbling to the surface. I wouldn't be surprised to see reprots of
CIA involvement in vote rigging, at least until the new players have had a chance to
show what their stance on the US is
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