posted on Jul, 1 2013 @ 10:10 AM
reply to post by ifeelsohigh
Yes they did elect him (if you believe the elections were not a total fraud) because he talked a good game, smiled and said all the right things to
garner the vote. Unfortunately once in power his open transparent government policies along with the will of the people got misplaced. Many of his
promises were disregarded and he turned into just another two bit dictator (or is trying to) with new laws and declarations from what I have gathered
Tranny is always well organized where freedom looks like a mess sometimes; but maybe with luck, and their awakening, the people of Egypt have finally
decided to throw off the 14 century thinking and demand their voices be heard.
I personally salute them but I also wonder what the western powers are doing to help light the fire since he seems to have pissed off many in the west
with his Muslim brotherhood B.S. Israel has not been too pleased either so pick any number of reasons and where the spark started.
Let us hope the outcome will be an Egyption outcome for the people who have sacrificed everything for an Egypt they can truly call their own.
in the eyes of the people who started the 2011 revolution, hardly anyone of them voted for him. yet they oust Mubarak and then they lose the
revolution to the MB
Also that seems to be a correct statement IMO
administration officials and representatives of other government agencies quietly held a meeting in the White House with Abdallah bin Bayyah.
Given his close ties with Brotherhood thought leaders like Yusuf al-Qaradawi (who is banned from entering the U.S.), not to mention bin Bayyah’s own
influential role in the Brotherhood, it’s obvious this meeting was held to discuss U.S. support for the Brotherhood at a time when its popularity in
Egypt is plummeting.
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