Friday, August 24, 2012

MORSI'S FOREIGN POLICY; ANTI-MORSI PROTESTS



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On 24 August 2012, anti-Morsi protests hit Egypt.

"Violence in Tahrir flared when witnesses heard shots.


24 August 2012 - Anti-Morsi protests. Website for this image

"The Health Ministry reported five people wounded in Tahrir, the state news agency said. 

"The agency also reported a doctor at a temporary clinic in Tahrir said he treated four people including three with gunshot wounds who were taken to hospital nearby. 

"Police set up a cordon around the presidential palace to protect it from protesters gathered there."

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Thousands of anti-Morsi protesters gather outside presidential palace

1. Egypt is not going to become close friends with Iran.

Restoring Egyptian Relations With Iran Improbable Now - Egyptian Presidency

"The return of diplomatic representation between Egypt and Iran following this coming visit is 'improbable at this stage', Egyptian presidential spokesman Ali said in a statement."

NASSER OF THE CIA
 
2. Egypt's president is going to remain close to the CIA.


The CIA's MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

3. Egypt's president is in no position to fight off an attack by Israel, even if Israel is still plotting to seize the Sinai.

'Egypt affirms commitment to Israel peace treaty'


Morsi and his boss.

4. Egypt's president needs Chinese money, but he is not going to ally with China.

Egypt's president is to visit China.

"Next week, Egypt's Islamist president, Mohamed Morsi, will visit China at the invitation of President Hu Jintao. He will seek investments there...

"China has not fared particularly well in the so-called Arab Spring." 

China has lost billions of dollars in energy sector investments in Libya.

China, unlike Egypt, supports Assad in Syria.

"Beijing will have no qualms about Morsi's increasing limitations on press freedoms, restrictions on freedom of speech, constraints on women's rights or the ill treatment of minorities. At the same time, China is flush with cash, and Egypt will again be ripe for foreign investment when and if security is reestablished..."


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Pre election poll, Egypt. May 4-10, 2012, Univ of Maryland Poll

36% Abul Fotouh moderate Islamist
28% Moussa Independent
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14% Shafiq Last PM under Mubarak
8% Morsi Muslim Brotherhood
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8% Sabahi Nasarist Dignity Party

By election day, the only two candidates left on the ballot were Shafiq and Morsi. Turnout was weak, less than 20% by estimate, and Morsi won. He was tied for last on May 12 and won by the time voting finished.

There's a name for this sequence of ballot removals, election fraud. Morsi represents 10% of the electorate.

He is an outright fraud. "Election Fraud in Egypt" http://tinyurl.com/d3svlbu 

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Anonymous said...

Pre election poll, Egypt. May 4-10, 2012, Univ of Maryland Poll

36% Abul Fotouh moderate Islamist
28% Moussa Independent
------------------------------------
14% Shafiq Last PM under Mubarak
8% Morsi Muslim Brotherhood
------------------------------------
8% Sabahi Nasarist Dignity Party

By election day in Egypt, the only two candidates left on the ballot were Shafiq and Morsi. Turnout was weak, less than 20% by estimate, and Morsi won. He was tied for last on May 12 and won by the time voting finished.

There's a name for this sequence of ballot removals, election fraud. Morsi represents 10% of the electorate. The polls show that while the other candidates were still on the ballot. He is an outright fraud. "Election Fraud in Egypt" http://tinyurl.com/d3svlbu

 
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