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The Massive Protests are Pro-Morsi not Vice-versa

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posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 09:22 AM
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The picture i get is that Egypt is basically divided. No doubt that there are tens of millions of Mursi supporters and there is no doubt that tens of millions of people that do not want him.
It can (and sadly probably will) get really ugly no matter who will be in charge - Mursi, opposition or army.




posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 09:22 AM
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OP makes no sense...

So millions of people decided to take to the streets to say how well Morsi is doing? The military is actually telling the people in the streets to STFU as well as telling Morsi to leave?

I've seen some pretty large lies in my life and I have to say that the ones in the OP are competing to be put in my lifes 'Lies: Hall Of Fame". So ludicrous that I actually laughed...



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 09:24 AM
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You did this thread already, www.abovetopsecret.com...

Stop pushing your disinfo, you're a liar.



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 09:27 AM
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The man is a religious dictator, and he's being supported by Obama because the US wants a puppet regime in place and having a real democratic government in Egypt would push out US domination.


You don't get it. The Muslim Brotherhood is trying to push out US domination. That's why Morsi does what he does. That's why he tells Obama to go take a hike when Obama tells him to listen to the Egyptian people. The Muslim Brotherhood duped their own people and Obama too. Obama keeps thinking that throwing money at them is going to work in his favor and it hasn't nor will it.

The Muslim Brotherhood only pretends that it's working with the U.S. until it doesn't suit their purpose.



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 09:30 AM
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Originally posted by Misbah
What makes everyone think that most of those gathered to protest in Egypt are against the Morsi government? 8 million of those are for Morsi according to a source and I highly doubt that the anti-regime folks are anywhere near that. When the majority are for the regime why would you still want to topple the regime? This is where Democracy makes absolutely no sense. With a majority chosen government, can you make a coupe?



Riiiiiiigggghhhtt...another pro-morsi ultra muslim-love sharia law-shill, speaking the usual BS.


why dont u take a look at the live feed right now from tahir sqr..soon to be followed by a short statement from the army as they expose Morsi handcuffed with a bag at his feet, containing a million usd in cash and a ticket to Dubai LOL




rt.com...


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posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 09:30 AM
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@TDawgRex

Do you really think that you can deal with Israel in a peaceful manner? I doubt it, Israel has shown for decades that it's agenda is not peace and stability. They've destroyed villages and replaced the Arabs with their own population. They're oppressing the Palestinians and have been doing so even though most of the countries in the world have condemned it. Why are they continuing? The big reason is because the US is in support of what the Israeli government is doing.

You cannot talk with Israel, you have to take back what they took with force. There is no other solution. Unfortunately Israel and US are a super power together and war would only destroy the opposite side. Threats are threats, every nation threats each other. But Morsi threat is different, he's not Palestinian and probably has no relatives in Palestine. Neither do I, but the Palestinian Muslims are my brothers and sisters, and if they're oppressed , I will defend them. Morsi has the equal right to respond to Israel. Unfortunately Israel doesn't understand what peace is, they've replaced Shalom with War.



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 09:36 AM
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Originally posted by johncarter

Originally posted by Misbah
What makes everyone think that most of those gathered to protest in Egypt are against the Morsi government? 8 million of those are for Morsi according to a source and I highly doubt that the anti-regime folks are anywhere near that. When the majority are for the regime why would you still want to topple the regime? This is where Democracy makes absolutely no sense. With a majority chosen government, can you make a coupe?



Riiiiiiigggghhhtt...another pro-morsi ultra muslim-love sharia law-shill, speaking the usual BS.


why dont u take a look at the live feed right now from tahir sqr..soon to be followed by a short statement from the army as they expose Morsi handcuffed with a bag at his feet containing a million usd in cash and a ticket to Dubai LOL




rt.com...


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The main part of the demonstration is Pro-Morsi. RT doesn't say that the main part is Anti-Morsi, if I'm wrong they're not indicating at all that the majority are anti-Morsi. RT or Russia is fully against the Muslim Brotherhood, and they would do anything to delude the image of the protests occurring right now.

And for those calling me a Pro-Muslim-Brotherhood supporter that goes around talking BS. Firstly, I never knew what the Muslim Brotherhood was until a year ago, the only reason I support them is because I know their agenda is peace and stability. Also that they want a Islamic state with all other religions living aside in peace. They're against oppression and living under oppression, no one deserves to be oppressed. They were chosen by "democracy" and no one has the right to speak against a majority chosen government until next election.

Give me a source that says that the major part of the demonstrators are anti-Morsi. Because all I can see is people singing pro-Morsi songs, I don't see any anti-Morsi songs being sung.

I haven't got the source that says that the 8 million are Pro-Morsi, I posted it on ATS yesterday and have no clue on how to get it ATM.



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 09:37 AM
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Originally posted by Misbah
@TDawgRex

Do you really think that you can deal with Israel in a peaceful manner? I doubt it, Israel has shown for decades that it's agenda is not peace and stability. They've destroyed villages and replaced the Arabs with their own population. They're oppressing the Palestinians and have been doing so even though most of the countries in the world have condemned it. Why are they continuing? The big reason is because the US is in support of what the Israeli government is doing.

You cannot talk with Israel, you have to take back what they took with force. There is no other solution. Unfortunately Israel and US are a super power together and war would only destroy the opposite side. Threats are threats, every nation threats each other. But Morsi threat is different, he's not Palestinian and probably has no relatives in Palestine. Neither do I, but the Palestinian Muslims are my brothers and sisters, and if they're oppressed , I will defend them. Morsi has the equal right to respond to Israel. Unfortunately Israel doesn't understand what peace is, they've replaced Shalom with War.


Is this sanctioned by the shariah? Where?



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 09:37 AM
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Come on! We all know that the Middle East agenda is to create an Islamic Union based on Political Islam and there's no room for non-Muslims in it according to the leaders of the Middle East.

They won't be happy until the all of Israel is owned by the Islamic, so they are no different.



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posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 09:40 AM
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Firstly, I never knew what the Muslim Brotherhood was until a year ago, the only reason I support them is because I know their agenda is peace and stability.


That's where you got duped, my friend.

Morsi's actions and words are proof of it.



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 09:43 AM
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Erdogans fans were bigger than the small crowd being against him and it all went quiet.


You've been duped there too. It is not quiet there and protesting is still going on because Erdogan is trying to do the exact same thing Morsi is.



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 09:44 AM
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Originally posted by Misbah

Originally posted by Terminal1
OP makes no sense...

So millions of people decided to take to the streets to say how well Morsi is doing? The military is actually telling the people in the streets to STFU as well as telling Morsi to leave?

I've seen some pretty large lies in my life and I have to say that the ones in the OP are competing to be put in my lifes 'Lies: Hall Of Fame". So ludicrous that I actually laughed...


Wow you're stupid. The opposition has gathered a large amount of people and for the pro-Morsi fans to do it it's absolutely normal. They're trying to show who's in charge here, the Morsi fans are a Majority at this moment. What's wrong with that? If you show me your force, I'll show you mine. Didn't this happen in Turkey also? Erdogans fans were bigger than the small crowd being against him and it all went quiet.

I'm not the stupid one, you're the dumb one. You're just baffled by the amount of people the Muslim Brotherhood managed to gather. You won't see things like this happening in Europe, America or in the far East.


You need a larger shovel if you keep chumming that BS.

We will see how full The Muslims Brotherhoods fists are full of peace when Morsi takes a walk or even if he doesn't take a walk.

You are good for a laugh though... I have to say that.



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 09:49 AM
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Originally posted by Misbah


The main part of the demonstration is Pro-Morsi. RT doesn't say that the main part is Anti-Morsi, if I'm wrong they're not indicating at all that the majority are anti-Morsi. RT or Russia is fully against the Muslim Brotherhood, and they would do anything to delude the image of the protests occurring right now.

And for those calling me a Pro-Muslim-Brotherhood supporter that goes around talking BS. Firstly, I never knew what the Muslim Brotherhood was until a year ago, the only reason I support them is because I know their agenda is peace and stability. Also that they want a Islamic state with all other religions living aside in peace. They're against oppression and living under oppression, no one deserves to be oppressed. They were chosen by "democracy" and no one has the right to speak against a majority chosen government until next election.

Give me a source that says that the major part of the demonstrators are anti-Morsi. Because all I can see is people singing pro-Morsi songs, I don't see any anti-Morsi songs being sung.

I haven't got the source that says that the 8 million are Pro-Morsi, I posted it on ATS yesterday and have no clue on how to get it ATM.



Riiiight...again....so this pic from previous night on the same sqr is just clever CGI, made by some undercover russian Anti Morsi campaign?

Man you are worse than Baghdad BOB during the Iraq war. Remember the famous CNN interview where he gave an interview to a reporter on a street in Baghdad, and behind him the camera picked up one US abram tank crossing the street...all while Baghdad Bob calmly told the reporter;

"There are no US troops in Baghdad...we are winning this war..."
LOLmwahahahaha





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posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 10:00 AM
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Originally posted by Rocker2013
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You clearly don't understand what is happening in Egypt. Those millions out on the street in unprecedented protests are ANTI-MORSI, and to claim anything different is ludicrous in the extreme.

Morsi was elected on a minority vote, because the majority of Egyptian people had NO FAITH in the election process. He was elected on false promises of rolling back the dictatorship, and then gave himself absolute power under new laws.

The man is a religious dictator, and he's being supported by Obama because the US wants a puppet regime in place and having a real democratic government in Egypt would push out US domination.

The people have spoken, the man will be leaving. Hopefully the army sticks to its word (fingers crossed) and facilitates a real election, with real democratic leaders that the people can actually believe in.


You are a little confused on some of this. The US and Obama have supported the Egyptian military as they always have as way to keep a check on Morsi. The US and Egyptian military have just been waiting for the chance to have him removed from power and now they will do so. Whomeever comes into office next will also have this same system of checks to deal with. So long as the Egyptian military depends on the US for support Egypt will always be a defacto puppet no matter who is "in charge".



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 10:15 AM
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You're just baffled by the amount of people the Muslim Brotherhood managed to gather. You won't see things like this happening in Europe, America or in the far East.


I'll admit that I've been pretty baffled by this whole uprising, right from the beginning. Part of my doubt that Mursi was being tossed out by the people was based on the "spontaneous" Arab springs in Libya and Syria, they also seemed too orchestrated to be spontaneous and look at how they turned out. The only thing that sprung up in Libya afterward was a brand new Rothschild central bank to replace the gold dinar state bank. The people got screwed.

But the following information pretty much settled the case in my mind as to whether this is a genuine uprising or something that's been "brought" to Egypt by outsiders.


At least 16 people were killed on Wednesday and 200 wounded when gunmen opened fire on supporters of President Mohamed Mursi who were rallying outside Cairo University, state television quoted a Health Ministry spokesman as saying.
www.tradearabia.com...


Unidentified gunmen killed 16 people and wounded 200 others when they opened fire at a Cairo rally supporting embattled Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi, health ministry officials said on Wednesday.

“The aggressors attacked us with firearms,” one Mursi supporter, Mostafa Abdelnasser, told AFP by telephone, adding that he carried away a man who had been shot in the head.
www.scmp.com...

"Unidentified shooters attacking and killing Mursi supporters? No dead or wounded anti Mursi protesters? What's that about? Who are these anti Mursi "Egyptians" and who supplied them with guns while the pro Mursi supporters are unarmed?

Again, shades of Libya and Syria. Its understandable that this whole psyop would be widely accepted by Americans who've been fed tens of trillions of megabytes of anti MB "warnings" over a period of decades that they are evil and that we must FEAR them.

Just one more question: Who dominates western "news"?



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 10:49 AM
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Twitter updates from Egypt Independent...

Egypt Independent ‏@EgyIndependent 11m
Al-Arabiya quotes National Salvation Front sources as saying army will remove President Morsy

Egypt Independent ‏@EgyIndependent 12m
Egyptian army secures state TV studios dlvr.it...

Egypt Independent ‏@EgyIndependent 12m
Brotherhood-affiliated witnesses claim police killed Morsy supporters dlvr.it...

Egypt Independent ‏@EgyIndependent 12m
Morsy insists on "constitutional legitimacy" minutes before army ultimatum expires dlvr.it...

Egypt Independent ‏@EgyIndependent 12m
Fatah warns Hamas against interfering in Egyptian affairs dlvr.it...

twitter.com...



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 11:13 AM
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Stay in denial all you want, but...

From now on, everywhere you see the Muslim Brotherhood, you're going to witness Al Qaeda right there with them cheering them on.


Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi’s supporters were spotted on the streets waving black al Qaeda flags in attempt to counter the anti-Morsi protests that erupted this weekend.


www.carbonated.tv...



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 11:16 AM
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Estimates are at 17 million protesters. So lets think about this. Even if its true that there are 8 million pro-morsi protesters out there, that still means that there are 9 million ANTI-morsi protesters.

Math. its a funny thing.



posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 11:16 AM
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Every time i´ve seen this Morsi I ve been thinking of an overgrown corrupt pig. Well it seems they ve got the swine now.






Anytime now we should be hearing the pig squeels as they get this sucker.




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