Tuesday, June 26, 2012

WTF is that ? Is that a threat of a coup ??

The “@Military_Secret” account is believed to be an account following the army or at least to be administrated by someone who is believed to a military despite I got a tip that he is not a military at all !!

Now after praising SCAF for months , we find him today attacking Tantawy and threatening that there will be a coup soon !!

At the same time Tawfik Okasha describes Tantawy as Abdel Hakim Amar and the rest of the Mubarak's dirty regime media is claiming that Shafik won but the results of presidential elections were changed at the last moment to save Egypt from civil and the wrath of the States !!!

Some say that this is a war between intelligence and army while others say it is the SCAF vs. MB.
I do not know what is but I am not comfortable for real.

17 comments:

  1. In either cases you shouldn't worry, if Morsi is the legit President then we should be grateful for the SCAF, if not then again you shouldn't worry .. as these soldiers wont allow MB to turn Egypt into Iran. Actually as long as the Army is still against MB we're OK!

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    1. Actually as long as the Army is still against MB we're OK!


      Lets hope so!

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  2. I think this is an exaggeration, they were shocked, that's it

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  3. Anon Says
    The close template Egypt is following now is not Iran, it is Turkey. Which model it will end up following in the next few months depends on which money train is passing through.

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  4. Bad losers as it seems.... If the extremes are not happy with the result, it is maybe a good sign.

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  5. The main similiarity to Iran is what initially happened in both revolutions. The events following the fall of the dictator are very different. There is no single comparable force in the Arab Spring comparable to the power and influence Khomeini eventually wielded. There are parallels between Khomeini and other individual revolutionaries of the 20th century, but they are found outside these recent revolutions.

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  6. This is Felool propaganda! And it shows that Morsi is wrong already if he says there won't be any score settling. The score must be settled! Down with the Felool regime!

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  7. So is this written by a member of the army or not?

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  8. To call what happened in Iran in the seventies as "revolution" and compare egypt to it is a joke. The shah was leading the country to advance technologically, and control the country oil resources. That didn't appealto the Western Oil Companies Mafia. They introduced/injected Khomeini who was hiding in France, and called revolution to drive the country backward and maintain it. Is that the model Egypt following !!! .? When would the people learn and act smart????

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    1. The Shah was the biggest puppet to the U.S/Israel. They got rid of Mossadegh and installed the shah because MOSSADEGH tried to nationalize the oil and develop the country. Iran has prospered since the '79 Revolution. It is way ahead of everybody in the region (except Israel thanks to the U.S).

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    2. In terms of GDP per capita Iran is lower than Saudi Arabia or Kuwait or UAE or Lebanon.

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    3. Anon replies:
      The put the Shah back after removing Mossadegh (who failed to maintain oil production for lack of technical knowledge) thinking they will be in full control of the country oil. The shah started to act like Attaturk & Mohamed Ali, hoping to advance the country's skills & knowledge. That didn't make the Oil Mafia happy, they brought and installed Khomeini. They love it when a oil rich country runs by the like of him. Is the Saudi any different???. The worst thing for the Oil & arm industry mafia when people acts smart..!!

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  9. This attack on SCAF is fake, is called false flag operation. This orchestrated media campaign on TV and internet is orchestrated by SCAF to disturb the issues and garner sympathy. Still one can distinguish between fake from genuine attacks.
    It is a continuation in series of rumors (Mubark health, election results etc) to wage intelligence war against the Egyptian people.

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  10. I wouldn't write it off as nonsense. It makes absolute sense to me, that if clashes were to occur (which they would have most certainly happened)between the MB and Shafiq's supporters the best way to avoid the catastrophe would be to rig the election results in favor of those who could do little harm.

    While I am relieved that the old regime has loosened its grip I am not pleased with a group such as the MB winning the presidential office. Their only constant since their inception seems to be violence, intolerance and deception.

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    1. US & Israel would love to have the MB messing any chance for the country to progress. Imagine Egypt(with its > 80 Millions population)is taking the road China is taking would it need any war with Israel?. That is the role the MB was created for since the thirties

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  11. I would not completely rule it out as nonsense. It makes complete sense to me that if there were to be a clash between the MB and Shafiq's supporters (which there were certainly going to be in the case that Shafiq won) the best way to avoid it is to rig the elections in favor of Morsi. After all, the percentage votes were so close as to make it feasible.

    While I am delighted that the military's iron grasp has been somewhat loosened, I am disappointed that the MB has claimed the presidential office. After all, the only thing constant in the MB since its inception has been deception, violence and intolerance.

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  12. The coup is already on!! Or else how would you explain the fact that governing body (AKA SCAF) while fullfiling the roles of player, referee, lineman, reporter, fan, as well as federation; is taking every liberty to change the rules of the game while in play (with no official opposition whatsoever)??!!??
    How would you explain the fact that SCAF has deliberately voided the functions of the Presidential Institution from its Sovereign Executive Power by self proclaiming itself as the sole custodian and guarant of the "WAR/PEACE DECISION", added to its faculty to nominate the ministers for Sovereign Portfolios: Foreign Affairs, Defence, Economy and Internal Security??

    Following that reasoning you'll discover the obvious fact that SCAF has made the necessary to "Ensure stability for the Israelo-American strategic interests assigned to Egypt since the Camp David Accords.

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