As Predicted, CIA-Sponsored Muslim Bros. Becomes Enemy
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Egypt’s cold shoulder … A sudden new wave of anti-Americanism is thriving in Cairo … As 16 U.S. citizens await trial in Egypt for accepting foreign financing to promotedemocracy, for the first time in more than 30 years there is a serious debate in Washington about whether to end the $1.3-billion annual military assistance to Cairo. There’s no debate in Egypt, however. More than 70% of Egyptians, according to a recent Gallup poll, no longer want U.S. funding. Facing extreme challenges at home and in need of distractions, anti-Americanism has become Cairo’s preferred populist recourse. Although a solution might be found for this particular controversy — with or without U.S. foreign assistance — this bilateral dynamic assures that the next crisis is not far off. – Los Angeles Times
Dominant Social Theme: The Muslim Brotherhood is a bad and radical organization. Now they’ve emerged from nowhere to challenge the United States and the larger West. Bad luck, eh? Who could have known?
Free-Market Analysis: In a series of groundbreaking articles (beep, beep, alert: self-promotion ahead!) we have tried to establish (with some success in our view) that the Anglosphere power elite has been using the State Department and the US military to overthrow secular Middle Eastern and African regimes.
We have also pointed out that the logical successors were Islamic fundamentalist regimes. We have explained in the past year, in probably half a dozen articles or more, that radical groups like the Muslim Brotherhood were positioned to take over in numerous countries. Just search the ‘Net for the terms ”Muslim Brotherhood” and “Arab Spring” and “Daily Bell.”