posted on Jul, 11 2013 @ 07:33 PM
Here is my take on things happening in Egypt right now:
The truth is the Egyptian Military know who puts the bread on their butter.....and that is the USA.
Egypt, with the Suez Canal and the SUMED pipeline have MASSIVE implications in the oil trade and TPTB MUST HAVE CONTROL of that resource. The
Egyptian military is not for the people, they are looking out for themselves and their masters.
Just take a look at the past leaders of Egypt, they have been US puppets. Like Hosni Mubarak (who supported the Gulf War) - they got billions in US
aid. You can draw implications between him and Saddam, once the puppet starts to disobey his masters (like when he refused to get drawn into the
second Iraq War) it is time for a regime change. Hence the protests of 2011 - the US government used the peoples anger at Mubarak to push in a new
leader, one who would follow the orders given to them. Do you not notice that the military is ALWAYS involved in the political process, did you
notice that Hillary was very involved when Morsi was elected?
So what was the price the Muslim Brotherhood was willing to pay to be put in power? The answer imo is Syria. We all know that the US wants to invade
Syria and get Iran drawn into the conflict. Once that happens the war with Iran can start and then the US controls the Straits of Hormuz = control of
two of the most vital choke points of oil.
But the problem is the people of Egypt are tired of the tyranny. They see the puppet strings and they don't want any of that......now Morsi is out
(again with the Egyptian military) and who is the intern President now - Mohamed Elbaradei...the man who was pushing Egypt to take IMF loans. Those
loans pretty well sign over your sovereignty to the globalists (just look at Greece).
So of course the US is going to keep on funding the Egyptian Military, they are the enforcers of US policy in Egypt.
edit on 11-7-2013 by
MidnightTide because: (no reason given)