Why Israel & America Want Strong Arm Dictatorships Across The Middle East #Jan25 #Egypt

As a million Egyptians take to the streets of Cairo, America & Israel are still pondering how to contain the situation, appoint another pro zionist strongman dictator or allow a full and transparent election risking that the people would elect a government that would serve the interests of the Egyptian people before kowtowing to Tel-Aviv.

“If there is anyone who is more cooperative with Israel than Mubarak, it’s Omar Suleiman. He knows us and he’s worked with us for years. The best scenario for Israel is that Suleiman succeeds in restoring order.”

The words of former senior Mossad official Joseph Alpher in a recent interview. Alpher of course has an excellent working relationship with Suleiman who was the head of the much feared Mukhabarat (secret police) who would summarily torture and execute anyone who would oppose Mubarak’s regime.

In exporting democracy to the world, America and Israel or for that matter any other foreign state has no right to dictate terms to Egypt. You either accept democracy in its original form and don’t cry when the result goes against you, like it did in Algeria in the early 1990’s and more recently in Palestine when the people elected Hamas.

“It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us — that from these honoured dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion — that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain — that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom — and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.”

Abraham Lincoln, The Gettysburg Address

Transpose the founding father of the United States of America, Abraham Lincoln to Egypt today.

Would those very same words have him labelled as a wild man?

As a radical?

As an Islamist?

Self-determination is a must, a government of the people, by the people, for the people of Egypt and all across the Middle East.


Filed under 'Muslim' Tyrant Watch, 4GW, Israel, Middle East, Resistance By All Means Necessary, Western Hypocrisy

2 responses to “Why Israel & America Want Strong Arm Dictatorships Across The Middle East #Jan25 #Egypt

  1. Ann

    You really should do your historical research on Isreal before you start writting blogs and sending “scary” messages about something you don’t have an obvious handle on. Kind of hard to see so many make comments without fully understanding the whole picture. Your thoughts and intent to spread your information is unwise. I wonder what your agenda is exactly. It seems as though you are pretty on the extreme side of things. Why is it so important to spread something like this?

    • hotterthanapileofcurry


      I don’t really entertain paid up hasbara agents for the apartheid state on my blog, but I thought different on this occasion, so that others may take note.

      We all know you’ve just lost your biggest partner in the region & i’m sure it’s playing on your persecution complex.

      Here’s how much the zionists in Tel-Aviv have been freaking out, judge for yourself who’s telling the truth;

      It is all about Israel, for Obama

      “The other camp includes Dennis Ross, a former Middle East peace negotiator for Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton. Ross, who has strong ties to Israel, is the author of a 2007 book that advised against treating the Muslim Brotherhood as a potential partner in Egypt’s political future, noting the group’s refusal to renounce violence “as a tool of other Islamists.”

      Apart from managing the crisis, the White House is consulting with outside interest groups and foreign governments to ensure that its message is getting through. National Security Council member Daniel Shapiro has sought to reassure pro-Israel groups that the inclusion of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt’s political negotiations would not undermine the country’s peace treaty with Israel, according to people who have talked with him. Shapiro, who led outreach to Jewish voters in Obama’s presidential campaign, has tended to the president’s relations with Israel and other regional partners, as well as with Jewish leaders in the U.S.”
      LA Times

      “Israeli officials warned their American counterparts that changes in Egypt could be the start of a broader “earthquake” that could sweep the region, according to officials briefed on the exchange”
      Wall Street Journal

      “Israel breathed a sigh of relief,” Israeli commentator Alex Fishman wrote in Friday’s daily Yedioth Ahronoth after Mubarak’s speech. Fishman noted that now it was unlikely there would be any shifts in Egypt’s foreign policy until at least September. “We’ve received an extension. Which will make it possible for the State of Israel to study the developments closely and to try to prepare for them.”
      Washington Post

      Gilad and Suleiman discussed their common fear of Hamas winning the Palestinian elections set for January 2006. Suleiman said to Gilad: “There will be no elections in January. We will take care of it.”

      “Israeli officials: Mubarak wants honorable exit”.
      LA Times

      “As Israel faces what many fear could turn into its most serious national security threat in decades, fault lines are widening over how it should respond and some critics say the government appears ill prepared. The mounting pressure to force out Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who is widely seen as Israel’s most predictable Arab ally, and the uncertainty about what sort of government might replace his is fueling anxiety and debate here over Israel’s next move. “This whole situation is making Israel’s hawks more hawkish and the doves more dovish,” said Yossi Alpher, a former government peace talks advisor and co-editor of Bitterlemons.org, a Mideast political research firm.”
      LA Times

      “Israeli lawmaker Benjamin Ben-Eliezer — who spoke with the Egyptian president by phone on Thursday before his speech — described Mubarak as “different from what I heard on the news.” “He sounded very strong and defiant,” Ben-Eliezer said. “He analyzed the situation properly and tried to predict the future of the Middle East.”
      LA Times

      “Typically frank, MOD Political-Military Chief Amos Gilad was not certain how much longer Egyptian President Mubarak would live, and questioned whether his son Gamal was ready to assume command. Gilad said the Egyptia military led by Defense Minister Tantawi continues to train and exercise as if “Israel was its only enemy.” He added that there were disturbing signs on the Egyptian streets, as women are dressed more conservatively, and that peace with Israel “is too thin, too superficial.”

      “For years we’ve been told that Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East. What we weren’t told is that Western leaders, including Harper, have been trying to keep it that way.”

      I could go on and on and on

      Akh The Angry Academic Activist

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