2/15/2012

Egypt: Accuses U.S. of Spreading Anarchy, Obama Keeps Aid Money Flowing

Posted by Brian
When the "Arab Spring" broke out, leftists in the U.S. media and around the world hailed the riots in the Middle East and North Africa as "democracy movements. The were described as "organic" popular uprisings brought about by oppressive leaders, lest we confuse them with the "astro-turfers" of the Tea Party. The Obama Administration also cheered these events, first throwing Hosni Mubarak under the bus, and then Moammar Ghadaffi. Two scumbags, to be sure, but scumbags which could be kept in check.
To those who have been following this, we recognized this for what it was - a well-coordinated combination of leftists (Code Pink, CPUSA, & others), and Islamists (Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, Hezbollah) creating anarchy in the streets of Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and elsewhere.  There were, of course, the typical useful idiots which became part of the protests. Liberal Christians in Egypt who worked in concert with the Muslim Brotherhood in the "hope" that things would improve. Of course it wouldn't, because the Brotherhood were only using these dolts to further their goals to gain power (which they have), and to begin instituting Sharia law as part of a greater Islamic Caliphate across the region. There have already been numerous attacks on Copt's and other Christians in Egypt and Libya, with burning of Churches and the killing of scores.  This was easy to see coming as the Islamists in the region are emboldened and see Obama as weak and indecisive.
Funny how Obama, when given a choice, always makes the wrong one.

Egypt state media accuses US of spreading anarchy
By Tom Perry | Reuters – 12 hours ago


CAIRO (Reuters) - State-run newspapers splashed accusations of a U.S. plan to spread "anarchy" in Egypt across their front pages on Tuesday, escalating a dispute Washington says must be resolved to ensure their continued military cooperation.
Based on remarks by a government minister, the headlines marked another low in the crisis between Washington and Cairo triggered by the investigation into U.S.-based non-governmental organisations that has led to criminal charges against Americans who have been prevented from leaving the country.
"America is behind the anarchy," declared the front page of Al Gomhuria newspaper. "American funding aims to spread anarchy in Egypt," read the front page of Al Ahram newspaper. The papers are two of Egypt's most widely distributed dailies.
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