View Full Version : Egypt: Arab 'Democracy' Gives Way To A New Islamist State

03-26-2011, 06:25 AM
Remember when the pundits, columnists and the newsrooms in the dinosaur media were practically jumping out of their shoes touting the Egyptian 'pro-democracy' movement? How wonderful it all was, and how Egypt was going to be the new liberal paradise in the Arab world? How sagacious and wise Obama was for encouraging it all and dumping Mubarak so quickly?

Well, it appears that some second thoughts and some serious walking back are in order as reality rears its ugly head.

They've finally noticed that the secular unemployed and underemployed twitter addicts and students in Cairo aren't the ones who will be running the new Egypt...it will be the military in partnership with the Ikhwan, the Muslim Brotherhood.

"We are all worried," said Amr Koura, 55, a television producer, reflecting the opinions of the secular minority. "The young people have no control of the revolution anymore. It was evident in the last few weeks when you saw a lot of bearded people taking charge. The youth are gone."

In other words, something more along the lines of Iran, just as I predicted.
And the 'youth' will go along with it, as will the military...just as they did in Iran.

Whaddya know about that?

The folly of the whitewashing of the 'secular' Muslim Brotherhood by the Obama Administration and people like their shills at the Times is about to become all too plain.

The Egyptians, urged on by their imams and the Ikhwan turned out in record numbers to vote for early elections that favor the Brotherhood, not the nascent 'liberal' movements. And it is the new Brotherhood dominated parliament that will revamp Egypt's laws and create a new Islamic Republic that will be absolutely sharia-licious.

The rabid response Ikhwan leader Yusef Qaradawi received when he returned to Egypt should have been one clue to the boys and girls at Parvda-on-the Hudson. So was Lara Logan's gang rape while the crowd screamed "Jew! Jew!"

Islam and the western notion of freedom and democracy don't mix, for the most part.


03-26-2011, 08:36 AM
Obama has sure done a wonderful job reaching out to the Muslims, huh. The next President is going to have one hell of a mess to clean up behind this laughable buffoon.

03-26-2011, 09:02 AM
I said time and again that Mubarak was the moderating factor in Egypt. These Middle eastern dictators may be dead awful - they are still much MUCH better than what would exist in their place and anyone who thinks otherwise is a damn fool. Democracy is not compatible with Islam.

03-26-2011, 03:07 PM
as i said at the time, Egypt would be the new Iran...

03-26-2011, 03:18 PM
as i said at the time, Egypt would be the new Iran...

Carter did such a bang up job, Zero thought he'd give it a twirl...:rolleyes: