Americans should be ecstatic at the widespread yearning for liberty expressed in the Tamarod protests. Yet to the Egyptian public, the U.S. government appears to be on the wrong side of the fence: it’s backing the Morsi regime. The Kenyan, and his radical cronies, seem adamant to continue backing the murdering animals of Islam. Why?
Just two weeks before the protests began U.S. Ambassador Anne Patterson delivered a speech in Cairo expressing skepticism about “street action” that could result in violent protests, equating anti-Brotherhood protest with violence.
The very next day she had one of her frequent meetings withsenior Muslim Brotherhood leader Khairat al-Shater, (a man who holds no official office and is widely disliked in Egypt for supporting leaders of the terrorist group “Islamic Jihad”). The group had threatened protesters, especially Christians, with violence if they attempted to topple Morsi.
As a result, the U.S. finds itself now disliked by a majority of Egyptians in the country. Patterson’s picture on protest placards was almost as ubiquitous as Morsi’s photos were on Sunday.
The way things are going, the Kenyan is going to also be hung in effigy soon, too! And that will be good for Putin, the Chinese, and possibly (?) the Europeans. It will (not that he matters personally) not be good for our standing. But then, isn’t that what the Kenyan wants after all? To diminish our standing in the world?
This is all contrived. One thing is for sure. Nobody will be coming to our aid, when he makes his move. Could this be why we have Russian troops already here?
He is actually pulling this bullshit off!