There is no democracy but only power lust in Obama’s self-made world


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Consider Barack Obama’s yesterday telephone call from Africa to Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi as a pep talk from one control-crazed Muslim brother to another.

The Holy Bible instructs “As you sow so shall you reap”, but Obama doesn’t get it.

The Frankenstein radical Islamist Obama put into power in Egypt is falling apart at the seams; his handing a country over to the Muslim Brotherhood,  proving to be an epic failure.

More Egyptians are protesting Morsi than those who voted him in: 14 million people marched against him, on Sunday,  destroying Muslim Brotherhood headquarters, while 5.7 million voted for him in the first round of presidential elections and 13.2 million voted for him in the second round.

Obama’s phone call made so infinitesimal an impression on the beleaguered president that today he firmly rejected yesterday’s 48-hour ultimatum given by the army, throwing Egypt further into political turmoil. (Financial Times, July 2, 2013)

Even with a billion dollar foreign aid deal—including a March 5 $250-million gift from Obama—in spite of 200 Abrams tanks ready to roll;  even with 12 F-16s and the promise of eight more by the end of the year, Egypt’s foreign minister has thrown in the towel.  Five other ministers tendered their resignations on Monday.

Morsi must have recognized the double-cross in his telephone conversation with Obama, who told him in the same empty words that keep cropping up in never-ending campaign speeches, that democracy is about more than elections. 

There is no democracy but only power lust in Obama’s self-made world.

Imagine Obama telling Morsi that the United States is not supporting a specific party or group but is committed to the democratic process in Egypt.

Most would call $250-million in addition to the billion dollar foreign aid package, Abrams tanks and F-16s “supporting a specific party or group”: The jihad-seeking Muslim Brotherhood.

Whether it’s over his trademark Teleprompter or just the telephone, President Barack Obama’s language is always in Doublespeak.

The words of a politician are worthless and the people of Egypt are now drowning out Obama’s empty words with signs that read: ‘Obama Your # is our Dictator’ and ‘Wake Up America Obama Backs Up a Fascist Regime in Egypt’.

While Obama claims the White House is “concerned” about the outbreak of violence in Egypt and is monitoring the situation closely, he has said Morsi’s election was “legitimate” and is calling on all parties in Egypt to return to the negotiating table.

“Our position has always been, it’s not our job to choose who Egypt’s leaders are,” Obama told reporters in Tanzania.  “When I took a position that it was time for Egypt to transition (away from Hosni Mubarak in 2011), it was based on the fact that Egypt had not had democratic government for decades, if ever.  And that’s what the people were calling for.” (The Hill, July 1, 2013)

Egyptians remember that it was Obama who told Mubarak that he had to step down.

Obama, who wanted a radical Islamic leader for Egypt, both paved and paid the way to bring Mohamed Morsi into power.

In Africa, Obama—who has made a four-and-a-half-year-long career that can be capped by the words “Blame Bush”—has been walking in George W. Bush’s footsteps with words that heap praise on his nemesis.

It is from this scenario in Africa where he made yesterday’s telephone call trying to prop Morsi up.

Not since the days of the slave-driving Pharaohs has someone spoken so loudly from both sides of the same mouth.


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.

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