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The new face of Egypt

If ElBaradei gets elected in Egypt, he vows to go to war with Israel if it defends itself from the Gaza death cultists.

Former International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei, who had previously announced his intetions to run for the presidency of Egypt, said Monday that “if Israel attacked Gaza we would declare war against the Zionist regime.” In an interview with the Al-Watan newspaper he said: “In case of any future Israeli attack on Gaza - as the next president of Egypt – I will open the Rafah border crossing and will consider different ways to implement the joint Arab defense agreement.” He also stated that “Israel controls Palestinian soil” adding that that “there has been no tangible breakthrough in reconciliation process because of the imbalance of power in the region - a situation that creates a kind of one way peace.”

So this guy is basically pandering to the nut jobs we were told not to worry about if Mubarak was taken out of power and is looking to garner support by promising to attack an ally with US supplied weapons. Must be the new age of “hope & change”. Of course, he could just be jaw-jawing and not really mean any of it but only saying this crap to gain support from the average idiot that believes the root of all the problems in the Arab world isn’t their dysfunctional religion and culture, but the doing of the evil Jews. Lucky for the world and those pesky Jews however, ElBaradei’s priorities are not just this war:

Discussing his agenda for Egypt, ElBaradei said that distribution of income between the different classes in Egypt would be his most important priority if he were to win the upcoming elections.

Ah, yeah. Collectivism! Because that’s worked so well everywhere else, and is doing so much good for the soft collectivist Western nations. Maybe this shit will destroy Egypt fast, and ElBaradei will then be too busy turning the Egyptian military on his own people to keep them in line, saving Israel the need to clean up the Egyptian military. It’s not like the death cult that masquerades as Palestinian people aren’t going to now read stuff like this idiotic talk by ElBaradei as a license to escalate their madness. So this means Israel will now need to deal with even more low level warfare and the continuous murder of its people - while the idiots in the UN condemn it for everything, real or as practically always is the case totally made up, and ignore these atrocities against Israelis – only now with Egyptian backing up the death cult involved. That’s all going to end well, huh?

The alternative to ElBaradei doesn’t seem much better.

ELBaradei’s main competition is Arab League Secretary General and former Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa. Last month he discussed Egypt’s relationship with Israel. “During my term in office the foreign ministry was subject to unfavorable policies from Israel with regards to the peace agreement,” Said Moussa who served as foreign minister 1991-2001,” he said.

So Obama and the wafflers made Mubarak go, and in the process, as far as we can see from the policy changes indicated by those now vying to take over, things look like Egypt is well on its way to becoming another Iran, making the comparison of Obama as the second coming of Carter, even more accurate. At least he and the team of UN/EU morons aren’t going to fuck up Libya, all while doing a half assed job, that’s still going to leave Gaddafi in power! Oh, brave new world now that we don’t have a cowboy in charge anymore…

Posted by AlexinCT on 04/05/11 at 05:09 AM (Discuss this in the forums)

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Posted by Hal_10000 on 04/05/11 at 07:30 AM from United States

I don’t know that lessening income inequality necessarily means collectivism.  Egypt has a huge income disparity because Mubarrak’s buddies were looting the country.  Erasing that is a good thing.

As for Israel, I’d love to see the Egyptians try.  It’s been a while since the desert was filled with the flaming wrecks of Egyptian tanks.

Posted by AlexinCT on 04/05/11 at 08:23 AM from United States

I don’t know that lessening income inequality necessarily means collectivism.  Egypt has a huge income disparity because Mubarrak’s buddies were looting the country.  Erasing that is a good thing.

You are crazy if you think anyone that takes over will not do the same as has been done so far, Hal. That’s the way they do things in that part of the world, and also one of the underlying reasons that they remain nothing but shit holes no mater how much we try to drag them into the 21st century. Lessening income inequality in that part of the world also equates with buying allegiance by spreading the loot taken while running the show. The Arab world has also been where the big socialist beliefs of the National Socialist Workers Party of Germany, at the early part of the 20th century, have gone to roost and grow. This stuff is bad “collectivism” in one form or another.

As for Israel, I’d love to see the Egyptians try.  It’s been a while since the desert was filled with the flaming wrecks of Egyptian tanks.

Yeah, but this time around it will be tanks and planes we gave them to buy their allegiance. And because these are supperior quality than the Russian and Chinese crap the other Arabs have and we have put some effort into training some Egyptians to be better than the usual idiots they have in their military, Israel is going to have more losses than they should. Not that it wouldn’t be in our interest to have Israel smash a whole lot of their equipment for us so they can not do much with it otherwise. At a minimum I hope we end our foreign aid to Egypt if these people take charge after revelations like this.

Posted by on 04/05/11 at 09:15 AM from United States

I don’t know that lessening income inequality necessarily means collectivism.

In a Capitalist based democracy (something most Egyptians aspire to if they can find their bog boy pants) the free markets does an efficient job of spreading the wealth (more to those innovative and industrious, and less to those inefficient and slothful), nothing good has ever come from politicians attempting to circumvent this system.

Posted by AlexinCT on 04/05/11 at 12:14 PM from United States

In a Capitalist based democracy (something most Egyptians aspire to if they can find their bog boy pants) the free markets does an efficient job of spreading the wealth (more to those innovative and industrious, and less to those inefficient and slothful), nothing good has ever come from politicians attempting to circumvent this system.

But that system isn’t fair! It rewards people that do hard work, use their brains and avoid the bad choices that give immediate gratification for long term solutions, and do not buy the bullshit that we live in a culture that keeps people locked permanently in one class or another, and most importantly doesn’t shield those that constantly make bad choices and think work is for “suckas” from the consequences of those choices and beliefs. Equality or outcome is the only way to make it all fair, and anyone that doesn’t want that is evil. Heh!

Posted by Ed Kline on 04/05/11 at 12:43 PM from United States

In case of any future Israeli attack on Gaza - as the next president of Egypt – I will open the Rafah border crossing and will consider different ways to implement the joint Arab defense agreement.”

Short memory those Egyptians. They try that shit, and it’s gonna sting for awhile.

Posted by on 04/05/11 at 05:38 PM from Germany

As for Israel, I’d love to see the Egyptians try.  It’s been a while since the desert was filled with the flaming wrecks of Egyptian tanks.

I would seriously doubt that the Egyptian Army has the stomach to fight a prolonged battle of attrition against Israeli forces. Once they suffer something like 20-30% casualties they will revert to their former habit of fleeing out of the Sinai and claiming a victory. Nonetheless, this time they have M1A1 Abrams and f16’s. Not shitty T55’s which lacked any serious fire control system.

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