Full Military Coup Underway In Egypt

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PostThu Jul 04, 2013 5:11 am » by man2012


Army hits one of the supporters of Mohamed Morsi


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PostFri Jul 05, 2013 1:05 am » by Opalserpent


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Thu Jul 4, 2013 9:10AM GMT

By Gordon Duff
Morsi’s rule was a game, little more, in fact, no more than the selling of a totalitarian regime built on suppression of freedom of thought and expression and the careful grooming of extremism and slavish adherence to what had been intended to be a highly secretive plot, one so complex, so convoluted that discovery was impossible."


“GAME OVER” is what the massive laser light show in Tahrir Square in Egypt’s capital of Cairo is announcing to the cheering throngs.


Most agree that the turning point for the army was Morsi’s call for war against Syria. Those still harboring illusions as to Morsi, excusing his behavior as “unbalanced” or “insane,” simply weren’t paying attention.

The American media had no trouble either, saw no inconsistencies in his betrayal of the Palestinians, his systematic sabotage of Egypt’s economy, his curious political alignments, neocons in America, Likudists in Israel and Al Qaeda in Syria.



Don’t let the door hit you on the way out
The ugliness Morsi brought with him, his slavishness to Israel, his soullessness, rode roughshod over Egypt’s people like a pharaoh’s curse.

Yet, as the dust settles, we know it isn’t really over, not yet. “Morsi 2.0” is waiting in the wings.

Morsi was “Mubarak 2.0.” The “Masters of the Universe” aren’t going to give up on destroying Egypt, not so easily.

We can expect the car bombs, the favorite of Mossad’s false-flag ‘bag of tricks.’ Sectarian violence, Tel Aviv hopes, will derail Egypt’s second try for real independence. Consider this a prediction.


The lynchpin
Morsi was the Lynchpin to Israel’s strategy. Morsi wasn’t just another “pretty face,” no indeed! This was, and is, a world-class thug.

Taking a lead from the Bush, Blair, Netanyahu playbook, Morsi tried to create a feeling of victimization and hysteria, first unleashing an imaginary jihad on Syria, Egypt’s historical ally and one-time partner in the short-lived United Arab Republic.

His second ploy was a threat of war against Ethiopia based on half-baked rumors that their huge hydroelectric dam would interfere with the flow of the Nile.

The real role of Morsi was to isolate Egypt, turn it into the laughing stock of the Middle East, castrate its military and create base of operations for certain foreign intelligence agencies.

Morsi’s hydra
The events of today are not to be underestimated, they are monumental. Least of all, it can be shown that a real taste for freedom can’t be quelled with repackaged tyranny, except maybe in western nations like Canada, Germany, France and, just maybe, the United States.

Could the “developed nations” be the new political and intellectual “third world?”

As for the importance of Egypt as a slave satellite of Greater Israel, enough can’t be said. One needs only to look to Libya.

After the fall of Gaddafi, more a murder than a fall, actually, there has been a total news blackout on Libya. A carefully coordinated disinformation campaign, the “pro/anti-Zionists” of the left, 99% of whom have always been useless oxygen wasters, along with their “imperialist/bankster” warmongering friends, the other side of the same counterfeit coin, have sought to rob the Libyan people of credit for a very real sacrifice.

Toward that end, our media-mogul fact-twisting friends have sought to erase Gaddafi’s history, not just as a CIA asset and host to 20 years of P2 Gladio terrorism in Europe, but of his long military partnership with Israel, the evidence of which stoked Libyan fires for weeks.

Libya, with its vast oil and petrochemical wealth, has to be reined in. Morsi was part of that effort, holding down one flank, supporting the anti-government militias while conveying jihadists to do Israel’s dirty work in Syria.

In the process, a new generation of Al Qaeda terrorists will spread a generation of suffering, down through Africa, up into Europe and, of course, assuring Libya will suffer the fate of Iraq, war without end.


He was a good puppet while he lasted.

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So which american backed president with muslim brotherhood alqueda support is next?

You will know when they are not under control by Israel when they aren't getting billions in "Aid"

money from their personal printing presses from the zio federal reserve.

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PostFri Jul 05, 2013 2:28 am » by Malogg


Egypt’s prosecutor orders arrest of top Brotherhood leader


Egypt's general prosecutor's office ordered the arrest of the Muslim Brotherhood's Supreme Guide, Mohamed Badie, and his deputy, Khairat Shater, judicial and army sources said. His arrest follows the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, who was backed by the Islamist movement. Shater, seen as the Brotherhood's top political strategist, was the group's first choice to run in last year's presidential election. However, he was disqualified from the race due to past convictions, forcing Morsi to take his place.

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Muslim Brotherhood leaders arrested as army launches hunt

A Mubarak-era judge has been sworn in as Egypt’s interim President, saying he welcomes help from the Muslim Brotherhood to “build the nation”. 300 members of the movement are already behind bars and new warrants are being issued.

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Adli Mansour, 67, was one of those who drafted the election law which regulated the 2012 campaign, bringing the now ousted Morsi to power. At the same time, the judiciary he was part of, was one of Morsi’s main opponents, trying not to let the ousted leader push through constitution change.

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Members of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi shout slogans in front of Egypt's Constitutional Court during the swearing in ceremony Adli Mansour as the nation's interim president in Cairo July 4, 2013 (Reuters / Amr Abdallah Dalsh)

The interim Egyptian leader has been out of the spotlight throughout much of his long career in the judiciary. Mansour became Deputy Justice at the Supreme Constitutional Court in 1992, under Mubarak. In May he was appointed by Morsi as Chief Justice, but did not take office until July 1, when his predecessor retired. He was sworn in as head of the Constitutional Court on Thursday minutes before the procedure which made him interim President.

At the Thursday swearing-in ceremony, he hailed the protesters and the armed forces and also addressed the Muslim Brotherhood.

"The Muslim Brotherhood group is part of this people and are invited to participate in building the nation as nobody will be excluded, and if they respond to the invitation, they will be welcomed," Adli Mansour said, as cited by Reuters.

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Adli Mansour, Egypt's chief justice and head of the Supreme Constitutional Court, attends his swearing in ceremony as the nation's interim president in Cairo July 4, 2013, a day after the army ousted Mohamed Mursi as head of state. (Reuters/Amr Abdallah Dalsh)

Despite Mansour’s benevolent comments concerning the Muslim Brotherhood, the military, who ousted Morsi, appear to be not as tolerant. They have presumably put the ex-president and his aides in the same prison with Mubarak, according to local media. Arrest warrants have also been issued for 300 members of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Names of some top officials are on the list, including the Muslim Brotherhood leader, Mohamed Badie, his deputy, Khairat el-Shater, together with the head of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party, Saad El-Katatni.

Mohammed Badie was arrested on Wednesday night in a resort village in Marsa Matrouh, a Mediterranean coastal city north west of Cairo, reported AP citing Egyptian officials. He had been staying in a villa owned by a businessman with links to the group.

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An Egyptian man, bearing a toy tank on his head, holds a cross (R) and a copy of the Koran, Islam's holy book, as people gather in Cairo's landmark Tahrir square after a night of celebrations following the toppling of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi on July 4, 2013 (AFP Photo / Gianluigi Guercia)

Though the Tahrir crowd erupted into jubilant cheers following the news of Morsi’s ousting, the country remains deeply divided between Morsi’s opponents and supporters, with at least 11 people killed and over 500 injured in clashes, following the military’s announcement.

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi was ousted by the military late on Wednesday, with security forces forbidding him from leaving the country, arresting a number of top Muslim Brotherhood officials, and blacking out broadcasts from a number of media outlets. Four days of multi-million strong anti-government protests preceded the events.

Morsi condemned the actions of the armed forces, describing them as a coup and urging Egyptians not to accept it.

Most of the Arab Gulf nations embraced Morsi’s removal. As for response from the West, it’s more cautious, with world leaders urging the Egyptian military towards non-violence and a return to democracy.

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Members of the military keep guard on a road leading to the Raba El-Adwyia mosque square, where supporters of Egypt's deposed President Mohamed Mursi are camping at, in Cairo July 4, 2013 (Reuters / Khaled Abdullah)


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