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To: Fred Nerks

Does seem as though a fair number of Egyptians don’t like what is happening, maybe it isn’t a done deal. I suppose it depends on if the Egyptian mil decides they don’t want the MB in charge. I hope something like that happens.


9 posted on 12/01/2012 10:08:46 PM PST by little jeremiah (Courage is not simply one of the virtues, but the form of every virtue at the testing point. CSLewis)
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To: little jeremiah; Fred Nerks
The Obama régime supports the Muslim Brotherhood, is infiltrated by it to the core.

If there's a revolt, there's gonna be a repression as hard as the one in Iran, 2009.

The Muslim Brotherhood ain't going anywhere. They've been preparing for that since 1928...

Hamas, which is a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, is staying in Gaza for good also...

10 posted on 12/01/2012 10:18:48 PM PST by Katechon
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To: little jeremiah

Egypt has a population of over 83 million in July 2012 according to the CIA Factbook:

“...Economy - overview:
Occupying the northeast corner of the African continent, Egypt is bisected by the highly fertile Nile valley, where most economic activity takes place. Egypt’s economy was highly centralized during the rule of former President Gamal Abdel NASSER but opened up considerably under former Presidents Anwar EL-SADAT and Mohamed Hosni MUBARAK. Cairo from 2004 to 2008 aggressively pursued economic reforms to attract foreign investment and facilitate GDP growth. Despite the relatively high levels of economic growth in recent years, living conditions for the average Egyptian remained poor and contributed to public discontent. After unrest erupted in January 2011, the Egyptian Government drastically increased social spending to address public dissatisfaction, but political uncertainty at the same time caused economic growth to slow significantly, reducing the government’s revenues. Tourism, manufacturing, and construction are among the hardest hit sectors of the Egyptian economy, and economic growth is likely to remain slow at least through 2012. The government is utilizing foreign exchange reserves to support the Egyptian pound and Egypt may seek a loan from the International Monetary Fund...”

Egypt cannot feed itself, it’s primary income appears to be tourism, (goodbye to that) and the only way they can exist is to borrow money. Sharia will take them back to ‘the straight path’ following in the footsteps of mohammad. I can’t wait to see how that’s all going to work out. In Tunisia, the people are already demonstrating...AGAINST THE ARBA SPRING GOVERNMENT THEY DEMONSTRATED FOR.

We ain’t seen nothing yet.


14 posted on 12/01/2012 10:47:01 PM PST by Fred Nerks
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