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Prologue of civil war or military dictatorship?

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Prologue of civil war or military dictatorship?

The collection of signatures for the removal from power of the Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi can be considered as the prologue of the civil war. In fact, in the Arab Republic of Egypt (ARE), the split into supporters (Islamists) and opponents of Mursi, which personifies the course of Islamizing the country, was finally formed.


The situation in Egypt, which has continued to deteriorate since the beginning of the revolution and the resignation of Hosni Mubarak in 2011, has reached a new break point. After the resignation of Mubarak, a temporary military dictatorship was established, which kept the country from complete chaos, then the power passed to the candidate from the Islamization of Egypt - Mursi. Now the revolution is returning to the starting point: once again mass protests, hundreds of injured, there are already dead. The question is how Mursi will act - decide on forceful confrontation (Mubarak did not dare, capitulated), provided the military is ready to stop the bloodshed and take power into their own hands, or leave voluntarily and again a military dictatorship will be established. Another question is what supporters of the Islamization of Egypt will undertake in such a situation - will they start an uprising or will they reconcile and try again to gain power by legitimate means? In the event of an uprising, there is the likelihood of the defeat of the military and the final fall of Egypt into turmoil. The question is how the world community will react if the Egyptian military will calm the country with “blood and iron”?

It must be remembered that Egypt is a key country in the Middle East. Having finally thrown 85 million into a country of chaos, Western strategists will make the process of destabilization of a huge region - from Central Africa to the borders of the EU, Russia, China and India - irreversible. A lot of blood in the Middle East, a kind of sacrifice, should lead to the birth of some political organization that will play the role of Hitler's Germany in Europe in the 1930-1940-s. Muslim world pumped up weaponsBy hating “infidels,” thousands of fighters gain combat experience in Libya, Mali, Sudan, Syria, and Afghanistan. The masters of the Western world again, as before the First and Second World Wars (then this role was played by Germany and Japan), purposefully create a hotbed of world war. Now his role should be played by the Muslim world. We see how the world is rapidly approaching a new big war.

The main tasks that must be solved by a new world war are several:

1) The United States must remain an "island of stability" and make a technological leap into the future during the world war, leaving all competitors in the past. Along the way, the issue with debt will be resolved. Let me remind you that following the results of the First World War, the United States from the debtor of the world became a creditor. The United States will save the population, the territory will not suffer from the fighting.

2) The main competitors of the United States - Russia, China, India, the Muslim world and continental Europe, will be seriously affected. The extent of the losses depends on the scenario of the development of world war — from complete destruction and the collapse of the leading civilization states to huge losses that will not allow them to maintain parity with the United States, internal autonomy.

3) The complete destruction of the Muslim world, which will be a hotbed of war and will suffer maximum losses. Islam will be completely discredited, put on a par with Hitler's Nazism. The region will suffer huge economic, infrastructural and human losses.

4) A serious reduction in the human population, as Western thinkers have long dreamed of.

5) The masters of the West will crush the main competitors on the planet and will have the opportunity to implement the project of the New World Order, which could not be built after the First and Second World Wars. The essence of this project is the total power of a small group of people who have access to the latest achievements in the field of biotechnology, which will turn them into "long-lived" over all of humanity. This is a kind of slave civilization, but with the latest technology.

I must say that Egypt has matured to the transition of the revolution to a new stage, with mass casualties, where the old troubles will seem like flowers. In ideological terms, the masses are disappointed, there was a collapse of the revolutionary hopes that with the elimination of the Mubarak regime and the change of power, life will become better. The Islamists have not had any intelligible program of action to bring the country out of crisis, and they do not have it. The catastrophic situation in the field of economics. The country is a socio-economic bankrupt. Increasingly difficult to feed the rapidly growing population. Egypt has nothing to offer the world, Egypt does not have large reserves of oil, gas and other strategically important resources, and there is no one at the expense of which to give dissatisfied masses jobs. In addition, young people are corrupted by fairy tales about the beautiful life in the West, they don’t want to work hard and get enough, which is inevitable given the large population of Egypt and the insignificance of its resources.

The conflict over the water of the Nile is brewing with Ethiopia and other African states located in the upper reaches of the great river (Standing on the Nile. The battle for water begins in Africa). The Ethiopian parliament annulled the 1929 agreement on the sharing of the waters of the Nile with Egypt and Sudan, according to which most of the river flow went to Cairo and Khartoum. Moreover, Addis Ababa is building the largest hydroelectric station, which can limit the flow of water in Egypt. Ethiopia was supported by six more states of the Nile basin. In addition, plans for the construction of a large hydroelectric complex on the Nile are bearing up and South Sudan. Of the other current problems of Egypt is the growing pressure on the Coptic Christians, the threat of genocide on religious grounds; the rise of the terrorist threat and separatism in Sinai; the aspiration of the cities of the Suez Canal to autonomy. Over Egypt rises the shadow of the collapse. Islamists, or the military, if military dictatorship is established, it is necessary to solve two main tasks: 1) destroy the project of Ethiopia (possibly in other countries) in order to save the country from possible crop failure and mass starvation; 2) to seize the oil and gas fields and the underground sea of ​​fresh water in the already half-decomposed and sparsely populated neighboring Libya. Otherwise, modern Egypt will perish in a bloody inner turmoil.

The current situation

The representative of the movement "Tamarrud" Mahmoud Badr said that more than 22,1 million signatures have already been collected under a petition calling for the resignation of Egyptian President Mursi. For comparison, in June 2012 of the year in the presidential election 13,2 million people voted for Muhammad Mursi.

29 June The Egyptian military evacuated the president and his family from the Cairo palace to a safe place to prevent a crisis situation during the mass anti-government demonstrations planned for June 30. Prior to the evacuation of the presidential palace "Ittihadia" in Cairo was further strengthened, its protection strengthened units of the Egyptian National Guard. Guardsmen were ordered to defend the object, and are armed not only with small arms, but also armored vehicles. The Republican Guard and the police are mobilized, all vacations and layoffs are canceled, and an increased level of readiness is introduced.

The first clashes between the opposition and supporters of the Egyptian president have already occurred. In Alexandria, riots occurred at the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood - dozens of people were injured, one was killed. In the port city of Port Said on Al-Masala Square, where thousands of opponents of Mursi gathered, an explosion thundered - one person and several injured. 26 June in the city of Al-Mansur, there was a clash between supporters and opponents of the president - one person was killed and more than 200 were injured. 28 June in Alexandria during the riots killed a US citizen.

Washington recommended its citizens to refrain from traveling to Egypt as much as possible and allowed some of the staff of the American Embassy to leave the country. The Russian Federal Agency for Tourism recommended that citizens of the Russian Federation not leave the resort areas. Egypt and the citizens of a number of Arab states, Qatar, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates and Oman, are in a hurry to leave here.

The Egyptian military promised to prevent mass bloodshed and pulled troops into Cairo, Alexandria and the Suez Canal area. The country's defense minister, Fattah al-Sisi, reassuring the public, said that the armed forces would not allow "the slide of the situation to street confrontation and bloodshed." The head of the defense department promised that in case of a threat the army would immediately intervene in the conflict. In addition, representatives of the movement “Muslim Brotherhood” and other Islamist organizations expressed readiness to stand up for the president.

27 June, the Egyptian president addressed the people, in which Mursi admitted the mistakes made and promised new reforms, including constitutional ones. The Basic Law of Egypt, adopted in December 2012 of the year, established the priority of the Islamic code in the state. At the same time, the new constitution was unhappy, both supporters of the secular state and Islamists. The opposition believes that the constitution is not liberal enough, and supporters of the Islamization of the state, consider the document too secular. In his address, Mursi also proposed the creation of a “committee on national reconciliation,” which would include representatives of all political parties and movements, recognized religions, military, non-governmental organizations. However, “national reconciliation” did not work out, as early as on the day of the president’s address, mass clashes began.

30 June thousands of people gathered in Tahrir Square, they are demanding the resignation of the president. Many protesters came to the square on Saturday evening and spent the whole night on it. Participants in the thousands of demonstrations waving red cards that symbolize the main requirement - the resignation of Mursi. Islamists are also holding a rally. They have traditionally gathered at the Rabia Adviyya mosque, located in the Madinat Nasr district. Many were delivered on specially allocated buses. According to the press, a part of the Islamists are armed with sticks and have protective weapons.

A report was passed about the arrest of a group of presidential supporters, they were heading to the capital, being armed with firearms, iron rods and body armor. The detainees are members of the Al-Gamaa al-Islamiya movement. One of the leaders of this movement has already declared its readiness to raise 800 thousand people "in the event of a threat to a lawfully elected president." Al-Gamaa is known for having waged war against the authorities in 1980-1990, it was the organizer of the assassination of President Anwar Sadat and the slaughter of Luxor in 1997, when 58 tourists were killed. After the 2011 revolution, members of this movement who were sentenced to prison received freedom. The organization registered its own party, “Creation and Development”, and Islamists legally entered the parliament.

As expected, the rallies soon turned into clashes and robberies. According to media reports, the demonstrators routed and set fire to several offices of the Muslim Brotherhood party in the area of ​​Al-Mansoura and Tanta. The party’s representation in Beni Sueife was also destroyed. Dozens of people were injured. In Cairo, one of the museums attacked, dozens of exhibits stolen. Egyptian Museum taken under heavy guard.

The Egyptian police was in a difficult situation, there is no strength to resist such a large-scale protest. Therefore, there are already reports that Egyptian flags are being installed on some company vehicles as a sign of solidarity with the opposition. Many police officers announced that they were moving to the side of the protesters.

In such a difficult situation, the chances of holding on to Mohammed Mursi are few. US escalation is beneficial conflict. They reduce their apparent presence in the region. The example of Mubarak, who was a clear ally of Washington, strongly shows that one cannot count on the United States. And Mursi is not even an ally of the United States. External support in the face of the former Emir of Qatar has disappeared, and it is not known how the new chapter will behave. There is no trust and support from the old administrative apparatus formed under Mubarak. The military elite of Islamist power is also not happy. But there are chances to stay with Mursi, since the opposition has no bright leaders, a well-thought-out program, their protest is not constructive. If the opposition gets power, it will not be able to solve the problems of the country.

In such an impasse, the transition of power to the military is quite possible. The likelihood of the introduction of military control is very high. Having a reason for intervention - mass clashes and a large number of victims, when the power of Mursi finally discredits itself, the military can take power into their own hands. But this will not solve the country's problems, it will only postpone their solution for some time, it will freeze the situation.
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  1. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 1 July 2013 07: 58 New
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    Mursi is not an ally of Washington, but his protege! If millions now took to the streets in all the major cities of Egypt, then why is the United States silent, even despite the murder of its citizen? It does not require the Mursi to resign; they do not call him tyrran, butcher. Mursi is a project made in USA hi
    1. Arberes
      Arberes 1 July 2013 08: 37 New
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      Quote: Alexander Romanov
      Mursi is a project made in USA

      Maybe, maybe, but I am more pleased that the progressive part of the population of Egypt is trying to counter this plague of the 21st century under the catchy name "Muslim Brotherhood"!
      These bearded uncles will quickly drive everyone into the Stone Age! And people understand that.
      1. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg 1 July 2013 17: 08 New
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        Quote: Arberes
        These bearded uncles will quickly drive everyone into the Stone Age! And people understand that.


        I apologize in advance for cynicism. Let these uncles drive the entire Middle East into the Stone Age - then it will be easier to bend them if they climb outside. In any case, the Indos will then have to build all this lads on the windowsills, and not on us.
        1. albert
          albert 1 July 2013 22: 19 New
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          Quote: Geisenberg
          In any case, the endos will then have to build all this lads on the windowsills, not us.

          The Yankees can poison the whole Middle East trash through Syria and further to the Caucasus to build a "caliphate" or whatever they have. It is dangerous for us.
    2. Revolver
      Revolver 1 July 2013 08: 43 New
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      Quote: Alexander Romanov
      Mursi is not an ally of Washington, but his protege!

      "It is unlikely" © comrade Sukhov
      Obama and Clintonsha, handing over Mubarak with giblets, hoped for a dramatic victory of a thread of a pro-Western, controlled, or at worst predictable, such as al-Baradei. But - "We wanted the best, but it turned out as always" © Chernomyrdin. There was another headache in the form of an uncontrollable, unpredictable, and completely incompetent Islamist, which no one had heard of before the so-called “revolution”.
      1. Begemot
        Begemot 1 July 2013 10: 17 New
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        Well, you really, the Muslim Brotherhood has been at the service of us and the wb for 80 years, it’s just not advertised, but always when the Islamic factor was needed
        - These uncles easily entered into an alliance with the forces of world evil. I agree with Arberes, it also gives me satisfaction that, finally, there was a conscious resistance to the Islamic (not Islamic, but Islamic) infection. Mursi was a creature coordinated with the State Department and if it is thrown off, it will be a victory. But the author is absolutely right - the opposition will not be able to solve the tasks facing Egypt.
      2. Ross
        Ross 1 July 2013 14: 34 New
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        The author is right, the scenario of a new world war is being played out, everything was described by Wang.
        This project of the New World Order is not new, but the task is to preserve the power of the dollar and, accordingly, the Fed and their owners.
      3. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg 1 July 2013 17: 10 New
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        Quote: Nagan
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Mursi is not an ally of Washington, but his protege!

        "It is unlikely" © comrade Sukhov


        It is a fact. The people who put it at the helm in Egypt were counting on just what was happening now - dumping the region into conflict.
        1. Che
          Che 3 July 2013 20: 39 New
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          All right, the Amers need a war, and they do not stop at anything. And the world is indifferently looking at their actions. a lot of blood will be shed. WWII will seem a prelude.
    3. Penachet
      Penachet 1 July 2013 09: 20 New
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      So, according to the idea of ​​the Americans, he became president. Who arranged the spring for them? That's why they are silent. Everything turns out for them. The Arab world is slipping into chaos. They are probably rubbing their hands there (Amer i.e.)
    4. Tersky
      Tersky 1 July 2013 10: 37 New
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      Quote: Alexander Romanov
      Mursi is a project made in USA

      Sasha, what else can you expect from the head of state who signed a constitutional declaration on November 22 of November 2012, which deprives the courts of the right to dissolve the upper house of parliament and the Constitutional Assembly, and also allows the president to issue "any decrees aimed at protecting the revolution" that cannot be challenged in court. This is called simply-DICTATURE.
  2. zaazua
    zaazua 1 July 2013 08: 07 New
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    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Mursi is not an ally of Washington, but his protege! hi


    well, so Mubarak was a henchman of America and what then is the meaning of "change the flea";
    1. Cat
      Cat 1 July 2013 08: 11 New
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      Quote: zaazua
      well, so Mubarak was a henchman of America and what then is the meaning of "change the flea";

      the henchmen have one bad habit: over time, they forget who set them, and begin to greyhound. Rather, from their point of view, they are working in the interests of their own country. But those who set have their own interests, which are an absolute priority.
    2. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 1 July 2013 08: 19 New
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      Quote: zaazua


      well, so Mubarak was a henchman of America and what then is the meaning of "change the flea";

      I do not know whose protector Mubarok was, but Israel had no problems with him. Try to negotiate with Mursi. Better soap in your hands than sewn in the ass hi
      1. PDM80
        PDM80 1 July 2013 08: 38 New
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        Yes, the point is not whoever the protégé is, but the fact that the Middle East can really happen so that no one is involved either in Eurasia or in Africa !!! But this is what Amers need, they believe that they live on an island, they can’t tighten migration policies, and they monitor their citizens no worse than in prison in a strict regime prison !!!
      2. Tersky
        Tersky 1 July 2013 10: 40 New
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        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Better soap in your hands than sewn in the ass

        !good! But others would like the opposite, sewed in the hands and soap in the ass laughing .In particular, many people are interested in the expense of soap in Geyrop wink
      3. Beck
        Beck 2 July 2013 06: 32 New
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        Again twenty-five.

        Well, whatever happens on our planet and beyond, the whole West is to blame. Although the thistle in the far corner of the site will be mutilated, even though asteroids collide, there is only one guilty - the damned West.

        That Urashniki yelled that Mubarak was a protege of the USA, then Mursi was a protege, and now who will be a protege? And the thought doesn’t even come to mind that the people of Egypt simply did not want to live under the dictator Mubarak, but now they do not want to live under the rule of the religious Orthodox Mursi. The latest events in Egypt are the answer to those who screamed that the United States, having thrown off Mubarak, was “imposing” in the region, specifically, the power of religious extremists, so that later they could move to Russia through the Caucasus. Sound people even then said that such a development of bullshit living in the constellation Tau Ceti.

        In civilized countries, when thousands of people take part in demonstrations demanding the fight against corruption, the government takes action. When millions of people take to the streets dissatisfied with the board, presidents resign, and parliaments call early elections.

        Two years ago in Syria there was a similar situation, bad for dictator Assad. The people in millions of demonstrations demanded fair, free elections, that's all. Assad did not go to the polls, he’s not civilized, he is a dictator. He began to shoot demonstrations and took the situation to the extreme. The situation was bad for only one person, Assad, but Assad brought the situation, by his refusal of elections, to terrible for all residents of Syria. He unleashed a civil war. 100 Syrians on both sides have already perished in this war. Syria was flooded with religious orthodox trash. The economy is ruined. And all this is because the dictator does not want to part with power.

        Let's see what Mursi does.
        1. Vinnipukh
          Vinnipukh 2 July 2013 10: 35 New
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          How impolite and shaking hands!
          You probably only read and watch about Syria the Western media?
          Yes, yes, yes, Assad is to blame for everything - he is a byak and a beech, a dictator, the Americans, al-Qaeda and other radical riffraff has absolutely nothing to do with it. True, the same thing happened in almost all neighboring countries, but this is pure coincidence. Demonstrations were also held in neighboring “democratic” Bahrain - you don’t know how they ended?
          Multimillion-dollar demonstrations - apparently the same as the Moscow "marches of millions."
          Of course, I understand that Wiki is not the source, but for example, you would at least read - http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A5%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%BD%D0% B8% D0% BA% D0% B0_% D0% B3% D
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          1. Beck
            Beck 2 July 2013 13: 52 New
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            Quote: VinniPukh
            You probably only read and watch about Syria the Western media?
            Yes, yes, yes, Assad is to blame for everything - he is a byak and a beech, a dictator,


            I do not read print media. I watch news on Russian TV channels and Euronews in Russian.

            So what has Assad done to you that you love and protect him? Is it that Nelson Mandela who fought apartheid? Is it that the legitimately elected president of Chile, Allende, whom the dictator Pinochet has overthrown? Is he that representative of the Republican Government of Spain in the 30s who overthrew the dictator Franco? Is he that legitimate prime minister of Kampuchea who overthrew the bloodthirsty dictator Pol Pot?

            Let us now cry for Pinochet, Franco, Pol Pot, and Hitler at the same time, despite the fact that they were overthrown by the civilized, progressive forces of mankind. After all, these dictators are no different from Assad, the difference between them is only in the amount of human blood shed.

            You defend Assad only for one single interest - if only you would put the West in your pocket. And 100 souls of the people killed by Assad, on both sides, are on your side. The half of those killed who died for Assad would be alive now. And if Assad had held elections two years ago, those killed would have survived and voted for Assad, without blood.

            Tunisia overthrew its dictator Ben Ali, Libya Gaddafi and what happened then? What are the NATO garrisons standing there? No. What did religious orthodoxy come to power in Tunisia and Libya? No. What are the legions of Islamic terrorists preparing in Libya and Tunisia to send them to Russia through the Caucasus? No. What Iraq was left without its oil? No. Iraq was left without Hussein. And he manages his oil. If Iraqi oil was under US orders, how could the Iraqi government give a concession for the development of deposits not in the USA, but in Russia, represented by Lukoil for $ 2 billion. And Iraq manages its oil revenues and spends money far from the most necessary. Recently, Iraq signed an agreement with the United States on the supply of US fighters for $ 800 million (villain Winnie the Pooh). But before that Iraq signed an agreement with Russia on the supply of arms to 3 billion dollars.

            Continue to defend the bloody dictator Assad Winnie the Pooh. With your help, he will last another two years and put another 100 thousand killed on his deathbed.

            And if there are any economic interests of Russia in Iraq, then they should not be supported by hundreds of thousands of children, wives, mothers killed and millions of tears.

            ALL THIS NIGHTMARE IN SYRIA WOULD NOT HAVE (or Orthodox trash too) IF ASAD HAD ELECTIONS TWO YEARS BACK.

            Even with his participation. He defeated the flag in his hands on power without bloodshed.
            1. Vinnipukh
              Vinnipukh 3 July 2013 10: 02 New
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              You would have read and read before answering at least a link. Assad held elections.
              March 26 - riots broke out in Latakia: police shot and killed 2 arsonists intending to set fire to the headquarters of the ruling Ba'ath party [3], gangs of youth armed with cold steel attacked law enforcement officers [4]. In Tufas, they set fire to the ruling party's city committee. An amnesty has been declared for 70 political prisoners held in a high security prison in Seydnaya, in the vicinity of Damascus [5].
              March 29, 2011 - the Syrian government resigned [6]. Mass pro-presidential demonstrations took place in the cities of the country.
              On May 8, elections to the People’s Council were held. For the first time in half a century, elections were held on a multi-party basis. Deprived of the status of “leading and directing force” in society, the ruling Ba'ath party participated in the elections on an equal basis with other parties. [49] They were attended by 51,26% of the total number of Syrian citizens with the right to vote. The National Unity bloc formed by the Ba'ath Party won the election. Kadri Jamil, leader of the Coalition of Forces for Peace, heading the People’s Front for Change and Liberation (NFPO), admitted that in a number of places the opposition hoped for success, but “elective technology” prevailed. At the same time, he demanded reform of the electoral system and re-voting. Victoria Nuland, a spokeswoman for the US Department of State, said: “An attempt to hold elections in the midst of violence, a lack of harmony and unity in the country is simply ridiculous. We do not attach importance to these choices. Everything that happens in Syria under such conditions, we do not consider free, transparent, fair, and so on, as not reflecting the will of the people. Therefore, we do not intend to comment or characterize them (elections). ”[50]
              "Bloody dictator" Assad with all his might sought to peacefully resolve the conflict. He released the "political prisoners," he dismissed the government, and held elections. That's just none of the opposition and their patrons do not need this. They need Assad to leave, because you see, the States have decided so.
              Better al Qaeda and other Muslim brothers frolic. Yes, and an example before our eyes - Libya, such a democratic country became after the murder of the "bloody dictator" Gaddafi.
              And, for your information, Assad supports not only me, but also the majority of the Syrian population, even those who were against him at the beginning (they lived under the militants). And this is a fact, because if it were otherwise - the “regime” of Assad would have collapsed 2 years ago, since it was in Egypt and Libya. And if behind the back of the so-called “oppositionists”, by a strange coincidence represented mostly by foreign mercenaries, were not “democratic” Qatar and Saudi Arabia, the legitimate authorities and people of Syria would have long cleared their country and established peace.
              Victory to Assad and the people of Syria. Death to the radical invaders.
              By the way, what about the "democratic" regimes
              1. Beck
                Beck 3 July 2013 11: 14 New
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                Quote: VinniPukh
                By the way, what about the "democratic" regimes


                Now fight for the Orthodox Mursi. After all, it is again the West that is stirring up water in Egypt. So we will come forward as a united front for the power of Mursi. Death to the Egyptian people.
                1. Vinnipukh
                  Vinnipukh 4 July 2013 10: 58 New
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                  Drain counted! When the liberal has nothing to answer, he begins to translate the arrows. I tell you specific facts - you cannot answer any of them.
                  1. Beck
                    Beck 4 July 2013 16: 25 New
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                    Quote: VinniPukh
                    Drain counted! When the liberal has nothing to answer, he begins to translate the arrows. I tell you specific facts - you cannot answer any of them.


                    Hafez al-Assad (father of Bashar) came to power on November 16, 1970 as a result of a coup, overthrowing Salah Jadid.

                    In 1982, Hafez in the city of Hama killed 17 to 40 thousand people who were dissatisfied with his dictatorship.

                    Before his death, Hafez transferred dictatorial power to his son Bashar. Bashar from the colonel immediately became a lieutenant general and became commander in chief of the army. An obedient dictatorial parliament, specifically under Bashar, changed the constitution. The president of the country could be a person over the age of 40 years. Under Bashar, the bar was lowered to 34 years.

                    There was no presidential election. Bashar held a controlled referendum, as a result of which he became president. The figure speaks eloquently about the falsity of the referendum - 97,29% per. This does not happen in principle. Since there are lazy people who don’t go anywhere, they’re fools and nonsense.

                    On May 27, 2007 there were again no elections, but again a referendum. And again, the figures are 97,62%.

                    Only in 2010 the state of emergency introduced by the father by the dictator was lifted.

                    So, there were no ELECTIONS in Syria since the time of Hafez.

                    Well, that’s why you love and support him. For the fact that a couple with his father shot at his people? Because, because of its vanity, the authorities brought the country to a civil war. Because Assad took about 10 billion dollars from Russia in DEBT and did not return it, and they are not going to return it at all.

                    So you would agree to become the president of Russia, but at the same time put 100 Russians in the coffin. I think I would not agree. They probably would have said death is not necessary, I'm leaving, choose whoever you want, just do not kill each other. To Bashar did not do this, he has money, and would have gone for the rest of his life to some cote d'azur, to live in bliss and luxury. So he does not need bloody power.
    3. Whale
      Whale 1 July 2013 09: 10 New
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      soap there is a rope loss waiting
    4. tupolev-95
      tupolev-95 1 July 2013 10: 39 New
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      Your country is one of the first to know what is the meaning and awareness of this will not be pleasant.
      1. matross
        matross 1 July 2013 14: 54 New
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        Quote: Tupolev-95
        Your country is one of the first to know what is the meaning and awareness of this will not be pleasant.

        It sounds like a threat!? Do you know this meaning? And if "our country" finds out something, then what will become of yours? It will become a fact from history textbooks.
    5. Andrey Skokovsky
      Andrey Skokovsky 2 July 2013 12: 44 New
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      Quote: zaazua
      Quote: Alexander Romanov
      Mursi is not an ally of Washington, but his protege! hi


      well, so Mubarak was a henchman of America and what then is the meaning of "change the flea";


      awl did not want to destroy their country for the sake of the us plans, and the soap is ready for anything
  3. Trailer
    Trailer 1 July 2013 08: 07 New
    +1
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Mursi is a project made in USA hi
    "Yes, Mursi is a son of a bitch, but, this is our son of a bitch." (with)
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 1 July 2013 08: 14 New
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      Quote: Karavan
      "Yes, Mursi is a son of a bitch, but, this is our son of a bitch."

      Yeah, his children live in the USA, so there is no doubt about it.
  4. ed65b
    ed65b 1 July 2013 08: 08 New
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    Mursi just won’t leave. It will be necessary to shed rivers of blood. the Egyptians are still burping, and the campaign to "back to the future" is already burping, the Islamists can not offer anything but burqa and Sharia. And so around the world. A dead end.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 1 July 2013 08: 15 New
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      Quote: ed65b
      . It will be necessary to shed rivers of blood. Egypt still burps

      And those who asked Mubarak to overthrow them themselves are to blame, they wanted democracy, they got it.
      1. ed65b
        ed65b 1 July 2013 10: 33 New
        +2
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Quote: ed65b
        . It will be necessary to shed rivers of blood. Egypt still burps

        And those who asked Mubarak to overthrow them themselves are to blame, they wanted democracy, they got it.

        And why didn’t they overthrow? look who overthrew? I didn’t see people inspired by the thought there, a herd. And the election. All ideological did not go to the polls. But the Islamists in orderly rows.
  5. fenix57
    fenix57 1 July 2013 08: 09 New
    14
    -US must remain "island of stability"- transfer military operations to the territory of the United States and their technological breakthrough cried;
    -The main competitors of the USA - Russia, China, India, the Muslim world and continental Europe, will seriously suffer-Move operations to the territory of the United States and Russia, China, India will only benefit;
    -The complete destruction of the Muslim world, which will be the hotbed of war- Muslim radicalism is already put on a par with Nazi Nazism;
    -The masters of the West will crush the main competitors on the planet and get the opportunity to implement the project of the New World Order-Move operations to the territory of the United States and the “masters of the West” will only have to save their skins.
    I apologize for my cynicism, but as they are with the world, so the world should act with them! hi
    1. Dovmont
      Dovmont 1 July 2013 08: 33 New
      0
      In the 20th century, the Jewish capital of the United States managed to not only unleash two World Wars, but also enormously enrich it. Why do you think that they won’t be able to do the same for the third time? Before the war in Syria, their scenario of inciting New World went like clockwork!
      1. Petrovich
        Petrovich 1 July 2013 13: 36 New
        0
        The fact of the matter is that they have already stumbled in Syria, then Comrade Snowden - obviously a dark streak has gone.
      2. Coward
        Coward 1 July 2013 16: 28 New
        0
        In the 20th century there was no way to reach the United States. As before England. What can not be said about the current time. This is how they will be confident in their missile defense, and they will accelerate the process of Islamization
  6. HAIFISCH
    HAIFISCH 1 July 2013 08: 16 New
    +8
    Wanted democracy, revolution, damn get a sign. You look at them there and wonder what kind of crap this is. And now let Mubarak be remembered, but about Libya it’s generally silent because there is no such country, there is territory. So much for revolution and democracy in made in usa. hi
  7. Grbear
    Grbear 1 July 2013 08: 37 New
    +5
    To say that the chronology of events in Egypt is a chain of coincidences is a great nonsense. Events clearly fit into the plan of destabilization of the richest region. Double-dealing Sshatov is not only becoming obvious to all Arabs, it is becoming a consolidating factor. Therefore, the Amer slaughter in Egypt is needed to redirect the energy of disturbance into the region.

    The war in Syria, the unrest in Turkey and Egypt. Are there many crisis events in the countries of the largest players in the Arab world for a historical period of two to three years?
    1. Revolver
      Revolver 1 July 2013 09: 00 New
      +1
      Quote: GrBear
      Syria war, unrest in Turkey and Egypt. Are there many crisis events in the countries of the largest players in the Arab world for a historical period of two to three years?

      I have to disappoint you, but Turkey does not belong to the Arabs in any way. The Turks still remember how Arabs were either colonies or remote remote provinces of the Ottoman Sultanate, and they can be seriously offended if they unknowingly call the Turk an Arab - such as a Russian called Chuchmek. Learn the materiel.
      1. Setrac
        Setrac 1 July 2013 15: 21 New
        0
        Quote: Nagan
        Teach materiel.

        Persians are also not Arabs, completely different ethnic groups.
      2. piterkras
        piterkras 1 July 2013 22: 08 New
        -1
        Turks have graters with Armenians and Kurds. There are many Turks in Germany. An ideal country for the United States to undermine and forcefully engage in any kind of war. For example, with the same Syria. Only Erdogan is up against something. And right now they are doing an indicative flogging, that is, the current orange revolution.
    2. Babon
      Babon 1 July 2013 11: 45 New
      +3
      I wonder why they’re not talking about Iraq anywhere? You look at how many people there have been killed in terrorist attacks this year. There they perish in such numbers as in war, and everywhere, at the same time, they are silent. But in Iraq the situation is much worse than in Egypt or Turkey.
  8. Dima190579
    Dima190579 1 July 2013 08: 48 New
    0
    revolution + democracy = arbitrariness of power.
  9. Revolver
    Revolver 1 July 2013 08: 49 New
    +2
    Islam will be completely discredited, put on a par with Hitler's Nazism.
    Well, why will it be? He is already standing firmly on that board. hi
    1. Setrac
      Setrac 1 July 2013 15: 24 New
      0
      Quote: Nagan
      Well, why will it be? He is already standing firmly on that board.

      This propaganda is believed only in the west. The Americans called the terrorists sponsored by them - the Islamists - and did everyone believe that? These are your dreams, far from reality.
  10. JonnyT
    JonnyT 1 July 2013 08: 53 New
    +2
    And where does the zombies on the wall?
    Like a comparison of rallies in Egypt with a zombie attack on Israel?
    1. Nevsky
      Nevsky 1 July 2013 09: 18 New
      +1
      Quote: JonnyT
      And where does the zombies on the wall?
      Like a comparison of rallies in Egypt with a zombie attack on Israel?


      Well yes ... I also noticed. The author has that allegory ... wassat
  11. Whale
    Whale 1 July 2013 09: 17 New
    -1
    But in fact, Mr. Smalley moving a glass of Madein Chin with a Mexican state man in the area of ​​Lake Baikal says on the phone let him bite the main thing so that the ice melts faster do everything possible the ice should melt
  12. KG_patriot_last
    KG_patriot_last 1 July 2013 09: 55 New
    0
    I do not agree with the author. Egypt may be the key country, but at the moment it is the US satellite. So Russia would be nice to get a more loyal Egypt ...
  13. LaGlobal
    LaGlobal 1 July 2013 10: 10 New
    0
    Themselves to blame! If you wanted "democracy" - get it. And neher now complain!
  14. individual
    individual 1 July 2013 10: 10 New
    13
    There are no Egyptians left in the country of the pyramids.
    Islamic barbarians and tribes came with the laws of savages and the ideology of racial fascist superiority.
  15. ed65b
    ed65b 1 July 2013 10: 29 New
    +2
    The picture at the beginning of the article is that Israel will fight back so much from the Arabs if it does not change its mind and allow the collapse of Syria.
  16. krez-74
    krez-74 1 July 2013 10: 35 New
    +1
    Egypt received what it wanted — instability, degradation. Someone call it democracy?
  17. Prosto vovochka
    Prosto vovochka 1 July 2013 10: 41 New
    0
    We must go to Egypt to rest. I wanted to Bulgaria, changed my mind. It is interesting to see and participate. Haha
    1. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 1 July 2013 20: 16 New
      +1
      Quote: Prosto Vovochka
      It is interesting to see and participate. Haha
      Well, yes. An American citizen has already taken part. Ho ho
  18. hohryakov066
    hohryakov066 1 July 2013 10: 44 New
    +1
    They tried democracy on the tooth, now they have a "reboot".
  19. Egen
    Egen 1 July 2013 11: 18 New
    +1
    "The main tasks that the new world war should solve are several:"

    - I agree with that!
  20. ed65b
    ed65b 1 July 2013 11: 22 New
    +1
    The world war with the Arab world, like in quatrain, the tuner has something, but there we are like China and Iran will save the whole world.
    “When those at the North Pole come together,
    In the East there will be great horror and fear.
    A new man will be elected with the support of one great ... "
    1. Nevsky
      Nevsky 1 July 2013 11: 44 New
      0
      Quote: ed65b
      The world war with the Arab world, like in quatrain, the tuner has something, but there we are like China and Iran will save the whole world.
      “When those at the North Pole come together,
      In the East there will be great horror and fear.
      A new man will be elected with the support of one great ... "


      But nothing is said for Russia? lol
      1. Setrac
        Setrac 1 July 2013 15: 26 New
        0
        Quote: Nevsky
        But nothing is said for Russia?

        Those at the north pole.
        1. Thunderbolt
          Thunderbolt 1 July 2013 20: 44 New
          0
          Quote: ed65b
          like in quatrain, the tuner has something
          There, every second quatrain can be adapted to the current situation:
          The East has been torn from its places for power over the light. Snow, mountains, water - in a human avalanche.
          Fly through the air like comets
          The shells that broke the former peace. 2 (29)
  21. morpogr
    morpogr 1 July 2013 11: 46 New
    0
    Old as the world, the way to solve problems at the expense of other divide and conquer. The main states have arranged this mess and watch from far away whose business will end. Only this does not save them anymore. More and more people see where the root of evil and terrorist attacks in America or against Americans is growing.
  22. SIT
    SIT 1 July 2013 11: 53 New
    +5
    The whole Arab mess is a win-win scenario for creating the next locomotive of another world carnage such as Nazi Germany, not only on a national, but on a religious basis. Islamists won the election, it’s good because the liberals will rebel. Liberals will win, gangs of “Muslim brothers” from all over the world will rush to help the oppressed unfaithful brothers in faith. The boiler will boil anyway. As a result, when the next prophet appears who begins to restore order and build a personal dictatorship throughout the Arab world, he will be greeted with glee everywhere. To advance such a prophet is a matter of technology. Now it will be because of modern communication and financial technologies, it will be even easier than financing to bring Hitler to power. Well, then this prophet will call on the billion people to help the faithful brothers who are not allowed to establish Sharia in Europe, Russia and especially the radical Islamists from the army of liberation of East Turkestan, who proclaimed their goal to establish Islam in China. Then everything is as the author of the article writes. The whole world is in the trash. A billion people at least in expense. Not just modern industry, but in general civilization will remain only in the USA, which will no longer owe anyone, because all of their creditors have safely gone into oblivion, and the states will be able not only to make their currency world, as after the 2nd World War, but directly rule the world as one big transnational corporation. Globalization will be complete.
    1. vadimN
      vadimN 1 July 2013 12: 39 New
      +2
      So ... maybe that ..., get together, think and start from the States ...? So to speak, solve the problem in the bud :)
    2. Letterksi
      Letterksi 1 July 2013 13: 07 New
      +1
      The principle of two hands. Weaken the tops with one, strengthen the bottoms with the other, the mess is ensured. Mursi is not a protege of the states, it is a figure providing a mess in the country. States need a mess in all of Eurasia. Unfortunately, the plan is quite successfully being implemented. Egypt, Pakistan are the very countries where everything is already coming from. A large population, a lot of contradictions, is just what is needed for the third world war according to the fifth type of warfare, when there is no front, but there is a continuous big civil conflict. In which the role of the means of "mass destruction" will play a club, stone and simple small arms
  23. SPIRITofFREEDOM
    SPIRITofFREEDOM 1 July 2013 12: 18 New
    +2
    So many revolutions in such a short time
    It is time for the entire progressive world to unite and organize the Anti-American block and List the Axis of Evil for mankind: America, England, Qatar and the rest of the rabble
    And then the planet will have to start over again from the Stone Age !!!
  24. Alexey M
    Alexey M 1 July 2013 12: 26 New
    +1
    And these ate Islam.
  25. Pimply
    Pimply 1 July 2013 13: 29 New
    0
    Again the tentacles of the USA, again the world behind the scenes. This is already getting ridiculous. Does it occur to anyone that independent processes can take place in society?

    Egyptian society has grown disillusioned with the "Muslim brothers" over the past year. This also concerned the fact that it was not possible to raise the level of prosperity of society, and that there were sharp restrictions on freedom of speech and on the activities of the opposition in the spirit of Mubbarak.

    The USA does not need current unrest in FIG: they found a common language with the Muslim brothers. These are internal Egyptian processes. There were several revolutions in Egypt in the 20 century. So these traditions are there
    1. dmb
      dmb 1 July 2013 13: 51 New
      0
      In society, independent processes can of course go. But try to refute the author’s logic in the active use of these processes in a way that is beneficial to the Americans, and not to the same Arabs, and even, imagine, not Israel. After all, the author does not build his opinion from scratch, but on facts from the life of the American "state of victorious democracy." It will be profitable for this "democracy" to surrender the state of Israel to the Arabs for a sweet soul. Personally, the facts convince me of this. Let me remind you how many US war criminals from Germany were sheltered, despite their prominent role in the Holocaust. And no "voice of blood did not interfere." And how many large Jewish financiers moved from the US to the land of their ancestors? So, what Americans will need to support the Saudis, they will, with the help of the Tomahawks, "democratize" Jerusalem with its entire population.
      1. Pimply
        Pimply 1 July 2013 13: 59 New
        -1
        Why disprove nonsense? Americans in Egypt were happy with everything. They had a great relationship with Mubbarak. Okay, the revolution has begun - they jumped on the bandwagon of the train so as not to remain at the station alone. Somehow established relations with the Muslim brothers. Hop! and revolution again? You yourself are not funny? What is their interest in this?
        1. dmb
          dmb 1 July 2013 15: 15 New
          +3
          Of course, it’s not worth refuting nonsense. But the list of US goals given by the author (whether you like it or not) is quite logical. If you are convinced of the peacefulness of this state, then I personally have great doubts about this. Both Iraq and Libya and Afghanistan are far from America, and what they climb there, moreover they climb primarily with military force, and not at all with trade, from the point of view of decent people it is not explainable.
          1. Pimply
            Pimply 1 July 2013 16: 39 New
            -2
            The author carries nonsense, filling the gaps in knowledge with his inventions. He has an idea that the USA is a total enemy, a global evil, and wants to take over the world. And under this theory and his convictions he will bear any nonsense.

            Libya, if you do not know, was responsible for several major terrorist attacks against the United States, Britain, Germany, etc. Like the guys from Afghanistan. If a country is a serpent power, it is logical that it climbs. She is pushing her interests. Like the USSR at one time. Like China now.
            1. Setrac
              Setrac 1 July 2013 17: 38 New
              0
              Quote: Pimply
              He has an idea that the USA is a total enemy, a global evil, and wants to take over the world.

              Isn't that true? That's right, the US - the evil Mordor wants to enslave the whole world. I draw attention to the fact that the West sponsors terrorist organizations from which it allegedly suffers.
              1. Pimply
                Pimply 1 July 2013 19: 06 New
                -1
                Russia provides loans and weapons to odious regimes, and hosts Hamas and Hezbollah delegations. 8)
                1. Lopatov
                  Lopatov 1 July 2013 19: 32 New
                  +2
                  And what is the "odious regime"? Is this a country that Israel does not like?
                  1. Pimply
                    Pimply 1 July 2013 21: 54 New
                    -2
                    Troll, Shovels?
            2. dmb
              dmb 1 July 2013 18: 37 New
              0
              Not convincing. If only because the relatively proven terrorist acts committed by the Libyan state and "just retaliation" do not correlate in time. During this period, the leaders of the “victims” kissed Gaddafi in the gums, not at all embarrassed by his past. Guys from Afghanistan, I don’t remember among the Boeing pilots, but the "former" American agents who organized the attacks. and did not hide their participation. Well, you apparently modestly kept silent about Iraq in connection with the complete "crap" used by the USA for the invasion. By the way, I do not remember that the USSR sent troops to conduct military operations without the request of legitimate governments, which are not bordering on states with it. Therefore, the author now has more reason to talk about global evil than someone from one not-so-bright actor from one overseas power.
              1. Pimply
                Pimply 1 July 2013 19: 04 New
                -2
                Well, now you will begin to sweep away everything and say how bad the USA is. Gadduffy annoyed everyone - from Egypt, Chad and Saudi Arabia to the West. For which the ogreb. Hussein managed to do the same. Assad staged a massacre among the Sunnis - forgetting that there are many more Sunnis in the world than the Alawites and Shiites, and that from the side the massacre that he started did not look like a defense.

                The USSR overthrew legitimate governments - not once or twice. Hungary, Afghanistan, Czechoslovakia. There was no government that arranged it - they created it. So there is no need for childish babble in our spirits - scouts, their spies. Politics is a dirty business. This is exactly what the songs on TV call "double standards."
                1. stranik72
                  stranik72 1 July 2013 19: 16 New
                  +1
                  Just Israel’s nonsense for truth is not necessary. Already more evil and blood than slaughter and Israel in the world, after the 2nd MV (WWII) no one did and did not shed.
                  1. piterkras
                    piterkras 1 July 2013 22: 30 New
                    -2
                    This troll has not inserted it for a long time. He carries his crazy idiocy, knowing that he is frankly lying. Do not feed the troll. Never mind. He craps on many sites. And on Learn twower'a its Israeli nonsense is misplaced when there is talk about the Russian army.
                2. Lopatov
                  Lopatov 1 July 2013 19: 34 New
                  +1
                  Three times. Count the deeds of the odious American regime?
                  1. Setrac
                    Setrac 1 July 2013 21: 09 New
                    0
                    Quote: Spade
                    Three times. Count the deeds of the odious American regime?

                    I draw your attention to the fact that the USSR did not suit the total robbery of other states.
                    1. Pimply
                      Pimply 1 July 2013 22: 05 New
                      +1
                      Give examples of American total robbery of other states.
                  2. Pimply
                    Pimply 1 July 2013 22: 05 New
                    -1
                    Shovels. Why on earth, if I give an example of only three states, do you think that there are only three of them?
                    And yet - if you use, then use it correctly. Obama's regime, say. Only it will not work. Because it so happened that the regime denotes the rule of one party, movement or radical ideology for a number of years, or the non-alternative rule of a particular person or family. And with the States it does not roll. Their government and presidents change regularly. Therefore, they use the name White House, for example.

                    And if you don’t think dictatorial regimes are odious, these are your specific problems. The United States supports odious regimes, and often. Only Russia manages to maintain too often odious regimes that mess and lose.
                3. dmb
                  dmb 1 July 2013 19: 59 New
                  +2
                  I didn’t know that the vast majority of US citizens are Sunnis. I foresaw your arguments, and therefore specifically emphasized the Soviet Union never sent troops to countries that do not border on its territory. if these countries were not aggressors. Why did he introduce them to Hungary, the Czech Republic and Afghanistan, I think you understand very well. References to Chad, and even more so to the Saudis, in no way explain the aggression against Libya by the United States and NATO. And then, I didn’t seem to give you any reason to answer in a rather familiar tone. Believe me, if we switch to such a language, then you are unlikely to like it.
                  1. Pimply
                    Pimply 1 July 2013 22: 09 New
                    -1
                    Dear, do not be rude. I conduct the conversation the way I am addressed. And if something does not suit you - this is purely your personal problems and the problem of your communication style.

                    I understand everything clearly. Within the framework of that ideology, quite reasonable measures. Only I am trying to convey to you one thought, which, it seems, you can’t reach by yourself. Each country has its own interests. The United States in Libya played a third role if you are not in the know. Begin to learn history, at least the second half of the 20th-beginning of the 21st century. You are illiterate.
                    1. Misantrop
                      Misantrop 1 July 2013 22: 28 New
                      0
                      Quote: Pimply
                      USA in Libya performed starringif you are not in the know

                      Is that what it's called now? For some reason, it seemed to me that earlier it was customary to call "carrying chestnuts out of the fire with the wrong hands" wink
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                    3. dmb
                      dmb 2 July 2013 13: 05 New
                      +1
                      Brilliant answer. Well, you asked for it yourself, I’m switching to the way of communication available to you. Your trouble is that you imagined that your state plays a crucial role in the life of the world community. Therefore, you behave yourself in a cautionary manner and do not try to understand the essence of what your opponent said. Of course, much of this is to blame, muttering about a "world conspiracy, masons and other rubbish" based on the principle of blood and faith. In fact, you (your state) are the usual six that an adult uncle sends in his interests. The uncle’s interests will change and he will merge you. At the same time, your nationality and religion do not matter at all. The words of the clever Jew Marx are confirmed daily, but rebuttals have not yet been seen. I repeat, the Rothschilds are not keen to move to the promised land, and if you come to them for help, at best their lackey will give you a kick in the ass. But you, perfectly understanding this because of your primitivism (and a superficial study of the history of at least the second half of the 20 century), naively believe that the States are your ally. The flag is in your hands. It is only a pity that people like you personally, when you run, I think again to Russia.
                4. piterkras
                  piterkras 1 July 2013 22: 24 New
                  0
                  Have you ever wondered why events are raging in North Africa and the Middle East, the militants are flowing into Syria, and Israel doesn’t seem to exist on the map at all: it is sitting there on the side, when you can see from the globe that it’s certainly that country on where Israel is located, should have blazed for a long time.
                  1. Pimply
                    Pimply 2 July 2013 12: 32 New
                    0
                    Maybe if you didn’t exclude other countries from the picture of the world, as well as the internal situation in the countries where all these revolutions took place, you would not be so surprised.
                    1. SIT
                      SIT 2 July 2013 13: 23 New
                      0
                      Quote: Pimply
                      Maybe if you didn’t exclude other countries from the picture of the world, as well as the internal situation in the countries where all these revolutions took place, you would not be so surprised.

                      Such an internal situation in many countries, but everything is quiet there. But if you look at the US government debt growth scoreboard on the internet, the question arises - how is it planned to stop all this? After the birth of the Fed in 1913, all the consequences of the stock exchange panic of 1907 in the amount of the US national debt to Europe of 10 billion dollars (at that time a lot of money) were spied by the First World War. Yes, it is written off that Europe itself turned out to be the United States. Further, the great depression, when in the United States millions of people died of starvation, and the condition of only Pope Kennedy grew 1 times, not to mention the Morgans, Rockefellers, etc. Where can I get money to recover from such a robbery of my own people? In a proven way - 5nd World. As a result, 2% of the world's gold reserves are in the United States and the dollar is the world currency. So there isn’t even that little, it was necessary to make a giant global financial pyramid out of this dollar and cover everyone. But the pyramids tend to collapse. What will pull out from under its wreckage the USA now? What is the bad old proven experience with global mess? Why can not it be used in the form of war without fronts and rear?
            3. Andrey Skokovsky
              Andrey Skokovsky 2 July 2013 13: 32 New
              0
              Quote: Pimply
              The author carries nonsense, filling the gaps in knowledge with his inventions. He has an idea that the USA is a total enemy, a global evil, and wants to take over the world. And under this theory and his convictions he will bear any nonsense.

              Libya, if you do not know, was responsible for several major terrorist attacks against the United States, Britain, Germany, etc. Like the guys from Afghanistan. If a country is a serpent power, it is logical that it climbs. She is pushing her interests. Like the USSR at one time. Like China now.


              the United States has always solved its internal problems at the expense of other countries, which is why he set up half the world against itself,

              do you think if the country is a superpower, then it has the right to fill blood half the world ???

              but about Libya is generally a masterpiece! you truly do not know, but there your beloved democrats bombed the WHOLE COUNTRY into the cave age!
              how do you say? several major attacks?
              can we calculate the gestures of Israel? however, a dozen of these bombing raids in Israel will definitely hit!
    2. Andrey Skokovsky
      Andrey Skokovsky 2 July 2013 13: 11 New
      0
      Quote: Pimply
      Again the tentacles of the USA, again the world behind the scenes. This is already getting ridiculous. Does it occur to anyone that independent processes can take place in society?

      Egyptian society has grown disillusioned with the "Muslim brothers" over the past year. This also concerned the fact that it was not possible to raise the level of prosperity of society, and that there were sharp restrictions on freedom of speech and on the activities of the opposition in the spirit of Mubbarak.

      The USA does not need current unrest in FIG: they found a common language with the Muslim brothers. These are internal Egyptian processes. There were several revolutions in Egypt in the 20 century. So these traditions are there


      yes again, usa, yes again, the world behind the scenes and this is not at all ridiculous to those millions of people whose lives they play to solve the internal problems of the western world
      and only propagandists like you can laugh here

      independent processes of "revolution" in a dozen countries at the same time? here you can definitely laugh, above you ...

      why should the usa seek a common language with those who are their instrument in all this disgrace, the Muslim brothers and al-Qaeda are the hands of the us in the east, but in Israel I’m not aware of this

      as well as the fact that the us need not war but war
  26. fenix57
    fenix57 1 July 2013 15: 00 New
    0
    Quote: krez-74
    Someone call it democracy?

    So in fact there is- "democracy" in the American way (Iraq, Libya).
  27. Black
    Black 1 July 2013 15: 50 New
    0
    I agree with the article. thanks to the author.
    IMHO. A state built on idiology, and not on an idea, a science, or an economy is a fetid bunch.
    Especially in Islam. It turns out to select under the green banner, but to create from the time of the Middle Ages, no.
    The war is coming, the Americans smashed straws around the "house" and worked as a faculty. Israel in the first place, Europe in the second, go after Uncle Sym like heifers for a slaughter, while managing to lick behind the lead in the ass.
    But we will not have a sweet time. Therefore, it is urgent to deal with the Islamists as with the fifth column, hard and fast !!!! If in the framework of the civil war, it means so, and not wait for us to begin to bring down from all sides.
  28. spirit
    spirit 1 July 2013 16: 07 New
    0
    In the photo, the democratized people of the east flee to thank the United States through their beloved ally, Israel !!! For the freedom they got laughing
  29. Megatron
    Megatron 1 July 2013 19: 39 New
    +1
    An excellent opportunity to reduce the number of monkeys, let them first cut themselves off a little more, and then they are finished off by the geyropeytsy and Zionists. Under the guise of a geyropa, he can finally drive them out of their cities.
  30. bear
    bear 1 July 2013 20: 10 New
    +1
    But isn’t it time to arrange a hunt for the 300t committee, to end them all and everything will settle down
  31. basil200
    basil200 2 July 2013 06: 41 New
    0
    I wonder how long the Middle East will last. So many battles, revolutions and riots are everywhere victims. Human resources are not infinite.
  32. Grigorich 1962
    Grigorich 1962 2 July 2013 10: 27 New
    0
    With regard to Egypt, the voices of RUSSIA are not heard at all ... well, perhaps the Foreign Ministry warns vacationers not to leave their resort areas ...... It is correctly said that Egypt is a key country in the Middle East ..... and our interests have always been there ... .. and so they should be today ... with the prospect of tomorrow ...... it's time to feed them (Do not feed) ... to train ..... to establish business flows .... it's time .... it's time
  33. Megatron
    Megatron 2 July 2013 14: 14 New
    0
    Fuck us this ebip? We would defend Syria. The USSR was already torn, fed-fed them all foreigners.
    And what's the use?
  34. faraon
    faraon 2 July 2013 14: 43 New
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    Dear forum users, drop cheers on patriotic slogans on the verge of a global crisis. I hope everyone remembers the times when people paid their salaries with exhaust pipes from Zaporizhzhya. There are two world powers, Russia and the states. These two countries redraw the world according to their scenario and there is nothing new in this. Overthrow the disloyal regimes. they surround themselves with vassals. This is a story and it’s not going anywhere. We don’t know much what’s going on behind the scenes of presidents but reading the press watching television gives the impression that puppeteers rule the world. From Russia and the USA. Take the events in Syria Islamists themselves destroy yourself. Yes, what can you do to cut the wood, chips fly, but in principle it works. Russia and the States are tired of this Islamic fuss so they twisted this canoe. Since speaking against Islamic countries it’s more expensive and troublesome, and the most radical Muslim world destroys itself .There you just have to rejoice at it. The East is like a kettle at the time of boiling. So let the boarded men let the steam down. Weak chickpeas both in human resources and economically, then peace will come. Babs will sit quietly with their heads down at the sight of Europeans. then you can build democracy with a carrot and a stick. and now you just need to get out of the crisis not with losses but with profit as it was in the States in 1930 year.
    1. teodorh
      teodorh 3 July 2013 00: 24 New
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      Quote: faraon
      There are two world powers, Russia and the states.


      You are right about the two world powers. These are China and the USA.
  35. teodorh
    teodorh 3 July 2013 00: 22 New
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    Another paranoid delirium. How much can we say that US debts are long-term and their servicing takes no more than 2% of GDP per year?
  36. Apologet insane
    Apologet insane 3 July 2013 06: 10 New
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    I am very impressed by the position of the Egyptian army. These are not the barefoot fanatics who fled in the desert on Soviet tanks at the sight of the Israelis. Army leadership, acting as a united front on the side of the people, while self-avoiding politics - where did you see this? A unique case. The military council of the Egyptian army will simply have to perpetuate the Pharaohs more badly because they did not allow Egypt to collapse into the abyss of the Arab revolution and the Islamic hell. And creative guys with lasers: they have five points separately for "GAme over" on the building near Tahrir =)