Skip to comments.Possible Exile in Germany Clinic Near Baden-Baden Considered For Mubarak
Posted on 02/07/2011 8:41:20 AM PST by LibWhacker
Will Hosni Mubarak travel to Germany as a patient as part of a graceful exit strategy for the Egyptian president? Plans for a possible hospital stay here appear to be more concrete than previously believed. SPIEGEL ONLINE has learned that a luxury clinic near Baden-Baden is being favored.
The United States government's scenario for an end to the political chaos in Egypt appears to be this: President Hosni Mubarak travels to Germany for a "prolonged health check" that would offer the 82-year-old a dignified departure. Over the weekend, the New York Times reported that secret talks to that effect were being held between the US government and Egyptian military officials.
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Why should he leave the country of his birth, which he served as an Air Force hero and then Vice-President and President?
Can we get Germany to take and keep Obama?
If they want, we can throw in Pelosi, Reid, or any other collectible Leftists they want.
Anyway, is our illustrious government doing this to pave the way for the Muslim Brotherhood to get control of Egypt’s weapons?
Hosni should pull the Obama/Slick Willie gambit - just obfuscate, delay and have your minions say "it isn't really a revolution [sex]". Throw out some placating platitudes about September and 'change' and then just clamp down and suppress the dissenters just like Iran did.
I wouldn’t want to be working in the German Embassy in Cairo once the Muslim Brotherhood take over.
Nice area. I lived and worked there for a few years. Bühlerhöhe is on the B 500 road (Bundesstrasse 500) - prime Black Forest hunting ground for motorcyclists such as myself. Always downshifted and gave it a good twist on the throttle when driving by. Just to say “Hello”.
I’d suggest Mubarak stay in Egypt. Much quieter there, even with the protests...
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