Sunday, November 25, 2012

The new Pharoah: Egypt's Morsi

Pfc. Sandoval, Ashley Wells, Seven, CC Liu, Wisdom Quarterly
Africa's Great Pyramid and Sphinx pre-MSG destruction (
White House congratulates Morsi (
I never liked Morrissey, except that one song in which he says, "Sweetness, I was only joking when I said by rights you should be bludgeoned in your bed" (The Smiths' "Bigmouth Strikes Again"). Mohamed Morsi is sort of the same.

What is the best way to a stable democracy? Set up a police state. For "the price of freedom is eternal vigilance," a slogan beloved by American and Israeli militants of all stripes, particularly underground moles in nuclear mountain vaults and secret subterranean military installations ready to push The Button(s). Marines, grunts, death-from-above squadrons, and the cavalry in league with paramilitary city squad cars, they love this slogan. This is constant vigilantism, and they are paid vigilantes opposing all who question and agitate.

Outrage over police troopers beating Blue Bra Egyptian protester unconscious during Arab Spring that deposed Mubarak (and Zahi Hawass) and saw the rise of Morsi (
Girls of Egypt Rally (NP)
A new hope, a new Mohamed for Egypt, Morsi came in with the potential of making a real change. But real change simply cannot be tolerated. The current set up is too profitable and too strategically advantageous to alter. The Israeli government is laughing to have the spotlight taken off it.
Oh, Mo, you bigmouth. Do you know how Joan of Arc felt? The Arab Spring was supposed to be different, but we maintain that it could never have actually happened without MIC (military-industrial complex) approval and complicity.

Freedom post Arab Spring? Not yet.
Protesters do not run Facebook and Twitter, the alleged new social media "little guys" that enabled this revolution; the CIA and NSA do.

G-Ogle it. (A G-Man, according to John B. Wells, is a Government Man, code for a clandestine federal agent, and ogle is to look or watch intently, as in leer, and it is well known that Google is a CIA spying platform, likely from the start, possibly by infiltration as it started to dominate and control Web searching).
But it's just "temporary"?
Reuters via Huffington Post (Nov. 25, 2012)
Rioting in Cairo over Morsi's decrees (AP)
The Egyptian presidency said on Sunday [today] it was committed to engaging "all political forces" to reach common ground on the constitution and stressed the "temporary nature" of a decree expanding President Mohamed Mursi's powers [something Morsi himself decreed by fiat].  "This declaration is deemed necessary in order to hold accountable those responsible for the corruption as well as other crimes during the previous regime and the transitional period," the presidency said in a statement. [In other words, using our handy cereal box Decoder Ring, "Morsi may have to burn the village to save the village," War on Vietnam style.]

The Blue Bra Incident Contest (

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