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What’s going on with Egypt?

I wrote in a recent blog post that Egypt has been getting more and more involved in the middle east conflicts lately, and it keeps intensifying. Egypt has recently been moving troops along the Sinai border with Israel, which upset Israel, claiming it violated a peace treaty.

On top of that Egyptian government officials have recently traveled to Tehran in order to attend the NAM summit. Although Morsi did voice his disagreements with Iran concerning the Syrian conflict, he also used the summit to declare that Western pressure on the NAM members to refrain from attending was a failure.

Now we see Israel being called out by Egypt for trying to interfere with their purchase of submarines from Germany.

I’m not sure what all of this means. Is Egyptian President Morsi standing up to Israel and the West, becoming more of an independent entity; another existential threat to Israel? Is Egypt being groomed for another USS Liberty?


What the rest of the world sees…

Why is it that most people cannot see the hypocrisy in the US’s decision to back the Syrian rebels? The rebels have been proven to contain members of various organizations and most of them are from outside of Syrian borders. In fact, Hillary Clinton has acknowledged that these very same Syrian rebels that President Barack Obama has directed the CIA to support contain members of al-Qaeda!

The scenario playing out in Syria today resembles the gameplan that took place in Libya not too long ago. Again we see the West supporting its own enemies in order to acheive its political goals.
Is the entire world so afraid of the US and Israel that they dare not speak up? Are Americans themselves so willfully ignorant of the facts that they too dare not speak up to end this military intervention?
The two largest opponents of any action regarding Iran seem to be coming from Russia and China and if we are intentionally wrecking our relationships with these world powers, we might be in for a nasty unwelcome surprise.
Don’t think though, that Iran is alone in the world. Over 8,000 foreign diplomats are slated to attend the NAM summit in Tehran later this month. These diplomats represent around 55% of the world’s population!
It looks like the only people who can stop the war before it begins are the only ones who can’t see what the rest of the world sees. The ones who need to need to acknowledge the hypocrisy are the very ones who are willfully ignorant about it and won’t listen to reason.
I hate to have to get my tin hat out, but I’m beginning to believe there is some sort of sinister plot behind a lot of what is going on lately. It doesn’t seem to be in the US’s interests to keep waging war after war. What is the ultimate end game?

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