Egyptian President Flees Palace As Rioters Close In

Tuesday, December 4, 2012
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
12/04/2012

Time for flashbacks to nearly two years ago, when the first Egyptian revolution, with great assistance from the various governmental liberating agencies of the “developed world”, led to a democratic regime, so democratic, the ruler lasted all of 5 months before declaring himself temporary dictator. The reason: following yet more riots, this time resulting in a siege of the presidential palace, and in which protesters breached the presidential palace cordon, Reuters reports that Mursi, aka Morsillini, who granted himself “temporary” supreme commander (read dictator) powers with a unilateral decree on November 22, has now left the building… the presidential palace that is. This will surely embolden the protesters even more, and may well get the military in play once again. One wonders just which regime the US will support this time around, and what happens if control over the Suez Canal can not be maintained following what is increasingly shaping as a counterrevolution.

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