Thursday, November 22, 2012

My comment about #Morsi and his decree

Despite their hate to Nasser , the Muslim brotherhood and its man in the presidential palace Mohamed Morsi is walking on his foot steps directly. Today constitution declaration makes from Morsi a god whose orders and decrees can not be disputed in front of courts allegedly for four months. Morsi is the new pharaoh but only God knows who will Moses.

The international community will not open its mouth because the United States prefers dictators plus he managed to get that truce between Hamas and Israel.
I am furious and angry. I do not care about the public prosecutor in this degree nor do I care about the superficial money aids to martyrs' families and injured. I care about the bigger picture.

Tomorrow there will be protests in Tahrir square

Our only hope is in God. 

15 comments:

  1. Seriously stop being such a drama queen about everything

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    1. Well said Lol :)

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    2. Seriously stop reading her blog if this is the wisest you can say

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    3. Why would you say that? Zeinobia is not a 'drama queen.' She is providing important insight at a critical time for the region. We are fortunate to have someone so dedicated.

      Who are you that such events do not warrant attention? And, more importantly, why are you here? You add nothing to the conversation except to say that it is a conversation not worth having. Please go spend your time on some other website as it is obvious that the events chronicled here do not meet your 'dramatic' standards.

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    4. There's been nothing said on this blog that was worth hearing for at least two years. Witness, Egypt being worse off than it was before due to everything this blogger has been promoting, coming to pass.

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  2. Actually, It will be about 6 months of dictatorship not just 4.
    The assembly has 3 months to draft a constitution and about 3 more months of elections.

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    1. Elections are pointless when Mursi just demonstrated that he can appoint himself dictator whenever he feels like it and there's nothing anyone can or will do about it.

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  3. How does it feel to have voted for this person? A boycott would have been better. No legitimacy to Islamists or Felool.

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  4. The writing was on the wall. Only naive young people believed that the MB would respect the rules.
    Let us hope that all is not lost

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  5. Lots of people told you so, right here on this blog, two years ago. You didn't believe. You knew better. You blamed the US. Now you blame the US for what you and your fellow revolutionaries did. Your new boss is worse than your old boss, and that is your fault.

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  6. It is sad to have to say "we told you so" ... there's no feeling of 'victory' in having to say that. Those who voted for Morsi because they didn't want to vote for 'felool' got it wrong 100% and were ridiculously naive in believing that the MB would be honest and work in the interests of the country.

    Because of those who voted for him and those who abstained from voting in protest this country is falling further into turmoil. Naivety, ignorance and plain stupidity is a dangerous thing, I hope people have learnt a lesson... the sad thing is that the price to pay may mean we lose our country to religious fanatical dictators, such a shame.

    As for "The international community will not open it's mouth..." What would happen if the international community DID open its mouth .. they'd be accused of something whichever way they go ... it's a case of "damned if they do, damned if they don't" ---- STOP looking to blame the US and other countries for everything... it's time we Egyptians stood up and took responsibility for our own actions.

    Gold help Egypt.

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  7. The 'Moses' Egypt elected turned out to be another Pharaoh!

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  8. Actually ths was the right thing to do (for Morsy). Our entire system is infested by Felool and so is our judiciary. We need to purge them and this cannot be done by democratic means because they are hiding behind those Laws which themade

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  9. Egyptians elected a Caliph wannabe, what did they expect he would do. Islam and democracy don't mix for a good reason. Egyptian experiment has failure written on it right from the outset.

    Meet the new boss, same as the old boss

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  10. http://www.arabist.net/blog/2012/11/22/analysis-morsis-auto-golpe.html

    I think this link sums up my views. Morsi's decree isn't that bad- there are good things to it. And there is reason to expect that Morsi will indeed hand back power once the period he specified ends. The corrupt felool, the corrupt judges that oppose Morsi in every single thing he does, and the media that lies and spreads rumors 24/7 have made Morsi reach this point.

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