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White House won't say whether Egypt was a coup

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posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 07:26 PM
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So what're we going to do to end it?


Have a military coup here instead of the endless rinse and repeat elections we have.

joke

Have no idear.




posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 07:37 PM
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Originally posted by neo96
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So what're we going to do to end it?


Have a military coup here instead of the endless rinse and repeat elections we have.

joke

Have no idear.


Maybe we should throw the NGOs out of the US like Egypt did a couple weeks before the protests began.
www.dw.de...

No one even knows how much federal money is given to the thousands of NGOs that interfere with government's all around the world (including our own). Heck, hardly anyone even knows they exist, or that their money is going to these organizations, or what they do with it.

www.wango.org...



posted on Jul, 9 2013 @ 11:07 AM
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Originally posted by neo96

Now this is some BS.

They don't want to call it a coup why?



Cuz we need Egypt as an ally who ever is in charge? Yes we refusing to take sides. What is confusing about that? You can disagree on moral grounds...sure. But as far as national interests go, we need Egypt. This is a foriegn policy debate.

BTW - The truth of the situation is that there are NO HEROS in Egypt right now...not the Military, nor the Muslim Brotherhood that they are stomping out of office.



posted on Jul, 9 2013 @ 11:15 AM
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Originally posted by neo96

Now this is some BS.

They don't want to call it a coup why?



Cuz we need Egypt as an ally who ever is in charge? Yes we refusing to take sides. What is confusing about that? You can disagree on moral grounds...sure. But as far as national interests go, we need Egypt. This is a foriegn policy debate.

BTW - The truth of the situation is that there are NO HEROS in Egypt right now...not the Military, nor the Muslim Brotherhood that they are stomping out of office.


They didn't stomp out of office, they were thrown out of office and into jail ... and then invited to participate in new elections. They can campaign from their jail cells maybe.


Oops, I think I misunderstood what you were saying ....





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posted on Jul, 9 2013 @ 12:31 PM
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Yah...I heard a detailed discussion by foriegn policy analysts and Egypt experts...No heros in Egypt. The former gov. was Muslim Brotherhood dominated and locked up journalists, cracked down on free press, passed very religious conservative legislation etc...The people protested/revolted...the military stepped in and did what they do...started shooting and arresting folks...politicians etc. associated with the Muslim Brotherhood...the people that were protesting are a little "WTF" right now..cuz it's gone from one extreme to the other...one form of oprpession to another...hopefully they will sort themselves out soon.



posted on Jul, 9 2013 @ 01:00 PM
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Originally posted by beezzer
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Obama is not a leader.

He is not a decision-maker.

He is a community organizer who is still way out of his league in this job!

He leads from behind. He is afraid of making a decision. He is afraid of making a decisive statement.

He is surrounded by synchophantic yes-men who won't make a poo unless it has been run through several polling analysis groups.

He'll finally come out with a statement, right after the last check has cleared to the Muslim Brotherhood.


I find it somewhat amusing that people are complaining about this. Do they really need a statement from their government in order to think?



posted on Jul, 11 2013 @ 02:06 PM
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Ahh, the real reason for the silence has come out today. If the US says there was a coup, it would have to cease sending military aid to Egypt and today is the day they send more planes and military equipment to them.



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