Thursday, February 10, 2011

U.S. has to Support a Dictator and Lift up Mubarak, due to threats from King of Saudi Arabia! So U.S. supports Dictators After All?

It seems the U.S. can go around the world saying all people should have Human Rights and Freedom and they support Democratic governments, but they don't walk the talk.

We know the U.S. has supported Mubarak for 30 years and have given billions to the country (to Mubarak - now the richest man in the world - worth 70 Billion) for pay off aid.  Mubarak has been a dictator that has suppressed the people in all ways.  As he was becoming more wealthy in the tune of 70 Billion the people were becoming poorer and poorer, where as their average pay equals $2000 per year.

It seems the U.S. has to back down on calling for Mubarak to step down and let a transition begin with someone else in power.  The King of Saudi Arabia is upset with the U.S. for saying Mubarak has to go.

According to this article, the King of Saudi Arabia has directly told Obama not to humiliate Mubarak!  



My question to this is, if the King of Saudi Arabia is very close with Mubarak then is he not a dictator too?  Also didn't all those terrorist of 9/11 come from  Saudi Arabia?  Why have no repercussions ever happened to them, due to them supporting the terrorist of 9/11?   Considering the U.S. went into Iraq, saying they supported the terrorist of 9/11 and that was the reason for the war we are in there.

The King of Saudi Arabia said he would then provide aid to Egypt if the U.S. withdrew that aid!  Well I say "GO FOR IT"!!  Please do take over the aid to Egypt!  I believe the U.S. should not be supporting and aiding a dictator in the first place who seems to be pocketing the money instead of using it for the people!

It will be interesting how the U.S. will back track in not supporting a Democratic government transition and instead support a dictator!

Because the U.S. has to back track now, is this why all of a sudden the U.S. is sending multiple military ships including aircraft carriers to Egypt?



Portion:

America's closest ally in the Gulf made clear that the Egyptian president must be allowed to stay on to oversee the transition towards peaceful democracy and then leave with dignity.

"Mubarak and King Abdullah are not just allies, they are close friends, and the King is not about to see his friend cast aside and humiliated," a senior source in the Saudi capital told The Times

Besides the King of Saudi Arabia telling the U.S. to back down regarding Mubarak - it seems Mubarak is behind HUNDREDS POSSIBLY THOUSANDS OF DEMONSTRATORS WHO HAVE DISAPPEARED AND MANY HAVE NOT RETURNED!



Another Portion of Article:

Meanwhile, the Egyptian military has been accused of being involved in both the disappearance and torture of Egyptian citizens, including the use of electric shocks.

Hossam Bahgat, director of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights in Cairo, said hundreds, and possibly thousands, of ordinary people had "disappeared" into military custody across the country. Many were still missing.

"Their range is very wide, from people who were at the protests or detained for breaking curfew to those who talked back at an army officer or were handed over to the army for looking suspicious or for looking like foreigners even if they were not," he said.

"It's unusual and to the best of our knowledge it's also unprecedented for the army to be doing this."
The military has maintained that it is neutral in the current unrest.

So my question to the White House is what are you going to do now?  I know one thing, I am NOT comfortable with you building up a huge military presence in the waters surrounding Egypt.   What exactly do you plan on doing?  Do you plan on fighting for the Dictator against the people or do you plan on helping the people get rid of a horrendous dictator along with his newly appointed VP?  This is the people's fight of Egypt this is NOT the U.S.'s fight!  NO military action should be taken in any way shape or form for either side!

Also the people don't need a "Leader" in Egypt, as MSM keeps saying they need and governments around the world say they need!  People of the World do not need the "Elite" to keep telling them what they have a right to do or not do!  We are feeling the chains of suppression the energies are changing, people are waking up to the fact they have been controlled by the Elite all around the world.  That is evident by the revolutions happening.

Also the Egyptian people don't need a new Leader who says "I am for Change of the Better and Yes, We Can Change for Freedoms and Democracy for the People" and then that leader just continues the old leaders policies and even enacts more suppressive policies against the people, that the old leader was not able to accomplish!  Yeah, Change People can believe in of Freedoms given back!!  I have to warn the Egyptians - don't buy it!!  They LIE - We know in the U.S. from experience! 




UPDATE - 10:58am est - It is being said, by the New York Times, Mubarak will possibly Step DOWN Tonight and pass the Ruling of Egypt to his Vice President - Suleiman!  


Suleiman is the CIA man and has been Mubarak's henchman in Egypt - Just listen to what Anderson Cooper said about him!  Which is the only MSM person I have heard tell the truth about who Suleiman is.  The White House and all the other governments have been calling for Suleiman to become President, is there any wonder?  He would continue Mabarak's policies and I believe the people would be in danger that have stood up and protested in Egypt.


Portion from Link:


In an interview with CNN minutes ago, Dr. Hossam Badrawy, the secretary-general of Egypt's ruling National Democratic Party, confirmed that President Hosni Mubarak is currently discussing the possibility of transferring power to his vice president, Omar Suleiman. 

Dr. Badrawy added that Mr. Mubarak "might be giving a talk to the nation" as soon as tonight, and hinted that he would make a statement "which I believe should accommodate the protesters." The protesters have insisted that Mr. Mubarak must resign.



UPDATE 4:51pm est.  - Mubarak refuses to Step Down - Handing over control to Vice President Suleiman but will NOT Give up Title as President of Egypt!!

Portion

CAIRO - Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak announced he is handing his powers over to his vice president, Omar Suleiman, and ordered constitutional amendments. But the move means he retains his title of president and ensures regime control over the reform process, falling short of protester demands.

6 comments:

  1. Agree with everything except for the part about the 9/11 terrorists coming from Saudi Arabia. They cam efrom Israel.

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  2. The reason I put it in, is because the official report is the majority of the terrorist that day were Saudi Arabian. Just imagine if the official report had said they were Iranian, gosh darn, we would have been in war with them 10 years ago over it. Instead, the U.S. has ignored the nationality of the terrorist of 9/11 (official story) and targeted Iraq.

    btw: I am in no way saying I believe the official story of 9/11. I have spent hours, days, weeks, months researching it all. I have never released what I believe though. But anyone in their right mind who spends even a small amount of time researching 9/11, knows something "ain't right" with the official U.S. government story line.

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  3. the christian presently are the most stupidest people on the planet, even with all they knowledge!
    those who caused the 1st and 2nd world war to kill of christians to entrench themselves in they political reality of power and in the bolshevik jewish revolution are the same people who did 7/7 and 9/11. they have been careful not to leave behind they finger prints on the crime but in gods wisdom we see it openly.
    what should make mankind fear is that these human devils currently infesting israel and palestine will go to any lengths to achive they goals including killing off 100,s of millions of people.
    christians should wake up to the reality that muslims are not they enemies but those who every prophet of god condemned and cursed in history masquerading as gods chosen people when they never heard his call or his messengers message throughout history!

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  4. Could it be that the Saudi's are afraid that their people may do the same if it works in Egypt as Egypt did after Tunsia?? HMMM

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  5. Saudi's king is a bastard whose people want to kick out. There are many Muslim countries that have been suppressed due to their leaders following orders from Israel/USA... As a result of american/israeli interferrences in Muslim countries you see the economic development is stunted, the scientific advancement halted and people are left to scrape by with whatever's left of the money the country generates after the USA backed dictators swipe the riches.

    Enough, is enough.

    Muslims must kick out these american/israeli puppets and reclaim back their place in the global community as the leaders they once were for consecutive centuries.

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  6. If after the oil supply problems of the early 70's the US government had spent 1% of the military budget on alternate energy R&D we would not need one drop of foreign oil and could let these Middle Eastern morons rip each other to shreds and not give a damn.

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