Skip to comments.Egypt's generals wait in the wings as battle for democracy sours
Posted on 05/07/2012 6:55:05 AM PDT by libstripper
Egypt's generals wait in the wings as battle for democracy soursIn Cairo, violence flares between gangs and Islamists. In Alexandria, discontent grows as the country's politicians lose their way ahead of elections. And over them all looms the shadow of an army far from ready to give up power.
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History about to repeat itself again.
Best thing would be for the military to run Egypt.
The “Arab Spring” was an Obama promoted fraud to enable AlQuadea and the Muslim Broherhood to ovethrow every pro-American mideastern ruler.
Competent secular dictatorship is the only form of government in the Muslim world that has ever worked.
Otherwise, it’s one man, one vote, one time, one Islam.
Hammer - nail.
If only Carter had recognized this about Iran, the middle-east would be the mess it is in today.
Best thing that could happen is for the Army to take complete control in Egypt.
Yep. But if they tried, Obama would slap them down and back their opponents (the radicals). Just like Carter did in Iran. And we all know how Iran turned out.
Mubarak's problem was the levels of family corruption had ripened to a stink even the Egyptians could not stomach. That and a push and a wink (a'la Carter and the Ayatollah) in favor of the Muslim Brotherhood. In Carter's case it was naivete and stupidity. In Obama's case he is just helping his natural radical Muslim allies. The latter is more troubling on many levels.
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