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Egypt's Revolution Will Take Decades

Kenezen Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 7:29 AM
In 2009 in Cairo, President Obama gave his first foreign policy debut. Left out of reporting was the Front two rows of the auditorium generally reserved for high Cairo officials was blocked of for the exclusive use of the Muslim Brotherhood as reported in several Jewish newspapers. Today we have President Morsi. What has he done objectively? 1. He created a Constitution away from the elected representatives 2. He installed powerful Sharia law which endangers freedoms and safety for Females and Minority Religions. 3. He's created martial law at first opportunity to become a Dictator. 4. He has in the past, without retraction, called the Jewish people Pigs and Bloodsuckers and more. He will get 20 F16's and 200 Abram Tanks Why?
Egypt's Arab Spring revolution abounds with destructive ambitions and cruel ironies. But to label Egypt's revolution a failure, just two short years into a process involving drastic political change, is an act of extraordinary haste.

Destructive ambitions, borne by ambitious men, and cruel ironies haunt every revolution. The United States, the political entity created by a revolt dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal, permitted slavery until a bitter civil war (eight decades after the revolution) terminated that hideous, unequal practice.

French revolutionaries demanded liberty and equality, but 10 terror-ridden years after Parisians stormed the Bastille, the French...