Sunday, January 30, 2011
Egypt is said to be in crisis, It isn't Egypt it is the Middle East: The total Middle east breakdown is in progress
In Egypt firefights erupt and it is described as an Alamo: This is just the beginning of what I have described from day one as our Custer's last stand
Does anybody remember that we have almost a quarter million troops over there? Around 150,000 in Afghanistan for now, 50,000 so called non combat troops in the middle of Iraq's civil war, and we made great pomp and circumstance out of pulling the last of Iraq's combat troops into Kuwait!
You never hear it mentioned but those troops are now sitting in the middle of all this and we were put there on purpose by Bush. We have to be smart enough to get out of there or my warnings of a Custer's last stand in the middle east will prove prophetic. Look at this! Egypt: Tourists Offered Early Flights Home Firefights erupting and it is described as an Alamo! So far I hear there are more than 100 dead.
Suicide Bomber Kills Kandahar Deputy Governor
Dictatorship to democracy? Tunisia's risky venture
Iran is giddy and taking credit for all this as Iranian leaders hope for Islamic republic in Egypt. The Clerics are using this for their cause saying protests against Mubarak government were inspired by 1979 revolution in Iran. Iranian leaders expressed satisfaction with the anti-government protests in Egypt, with one leader saying he believes the protesters were inspired by the revolution in his country in 1979.
“Today, as a result of the gifts of the Islamic revolution in Iran, freedom-loving Islamic peoples such as the peoples of Tunisia, Egypt and nearby Arab countries are standing up to their oppressive governments,” the New York Times quoted Ayatollah Mohammad-Taghi Mesbah-Yazdi as saying. He congratulated the Egyptian people, saying their actions were "based on the principles" of the Islamic revolution. Iranian leaders hope for Islamic republic in Egypt
The leader of Jordan's powerful Muslim Brotherhood has warned that unrest in Egypt will spread across the Mideast and Arabs will topple their "tyrant" leaders allied with the U.S.
Palestinian Is Shot in Head in Clash With Israeli Settlers
Yemeni Protests Turn Violent
Egypt, Yemen Protests Unnerve US Officials
Bush's intention in attacking Iraq was to get our military back in the Middle East to help Israel establish a safety zone, create a new middle east (dis)order as God told him to, and to establish a permanent middle east presence. I was very concerned that this entire mess in the middle east would take on a life of its own and our military would be left in the middle of it. Well it has happened. Are we smart enough to stay out of it? Or will we be dragged even deeper into it?