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Egypt on verge of COLLAPSE?

What does everyone think of this situation and Morsi in general? I haven't seen much of Egypt in the news as of late, but this seems like it could be a good thing.

Egyptian Defense Minister General Abdel Fattah Sissi has warned that the failure to resolve the political crisis currently gripping Egypt could ultimately lead to the “collapse of the state.”

Sissi made the declaration on an official army Facebook page, and said that future generations could be endangered by the enduring conflict.

His comments were made as Egypt deployed military troops to cities on the Suez Canal, a major trading route connecting the Mediterranean Sea with the Red Sea. Sissi said that his primary motivation behind the dispatching of troops is the protection of this key waterway, which allows ships to cross the waterways without having to traverse all the way around Africa.

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What do I

think of the situation in Egypt and their new president Morsi? I think they traded one dictator (Mubarak) for another. According to Wikipedia:

After Morsi granted himself unlimited powers to “protect” the nation in late November 2012,[10][11] and the power to legislate without judicial oversight or review of his acts, hundreds of thousands of protesters began demonstrating against him in the 2012 Egyptian protests

These countries participating in the "Arab spring" are resisting their dictators, but after being successful have nobody or no way to set up a truly representative government. Hence, they fall right back into political and tyrannical chaos.


I'm rooting for the people to topple the government, I think the reason we don't see this in the news too often is because Morsi is a US/Israeli puppet like Mubarak. I also think NATO is slowly, but surely going to install puppets in most of Northern Africa


probably right. I don't know enough about Morsi to know if he is a US/Israeli puppet, but he probably is. That's what happens. The country's people do all the hard work shedding blood and dictators, but then the people with real power (global cabal) who have expertise in how politics works, and fixing elections where possible, get their own candidates to fill in the space.

Truthfully, what they need is someone like their own version of Ron Paul. Someone with ideas that can unite them with common agreement of being a free, politically represented people. But they don't have that. So, instead they just get more dictators.