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Old 08-06-2013, 10:21 AM   #21 (permalink)
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I don't like his style of speaking at all. Far too loud and over dramatic.
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its an embarrassment to all Americans that we have let our government run away from US!!!!
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Unfortunately, it's quite worse then embarrassment for the victims of our foreign policy and war mongering..hundreds of thousands dead, millions misplaced and total anarchy for them.

much worse
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Muslim Brotherhood Paid in full by US.

Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi have attacked
churches in Dilga, Menya and Sohag after government security forces backed
by armoured cars and bulldozers stormed protest camps outside Cairo's
Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque.

Coptic churches were attacked after hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood
members were feared dead when troops used live bullet rounds and teargas
to clear a protest camp in Cairo.


The Churches of Abraham and the Virgin Mary in Menya were burning after
Morsi supporters set fire to the outside of the building exteriors and smashed
through doors.


Egypt: Morsi Supporters Attack Coptic Churches in Sohag, Menya and Dilga [VIDEO] - IBTimes UK
Russia Today reported that at least 1,000 pro-Morsi protesters were involved
in the attack before police armed with teargas dispersed them.



Muslim Brotherhood members also threw firebombs at Mar Gergiss church in
Sohag, a city with a large community of Coptic Christians who represents up
to 10 percent of Egypt's 84 million people, causing it to burn down, the
official MENA news agency said.

Protesters threw molotov cocktails at the Bon Pasteur Catholic Church and
Monastery in Suez, setting it ablaze and breaking windows.

The development came after Gulf News newspaper confirmed that its Egypt
correspondent Habiba Abdel Aziz had been killed by sniper fire in Cairo.



US funded ouster of Egypt’s democratic President Morsi

‘Bureau for Democracy’

Washington's democracy assistance program for the Middle East is filtered
through a pyramid of agencies within the State Department. Hundreds of
millions of taxpayer dollars is channelled through the Bureau for Democracy,
Human Rights and Labour (DRL), The Middle East Partnership Initiative
(MEPI), USAID, as well as the Washington-based, quasi-governmental
organisation the National Endowment for Democracy (NED).

Mohamed Morsi

In turn, those groups re-route money to other organisations such as the
International Republican Institute, the National Democratic Institute (NDI),
and Freedom House, among others. The U.S. Federal documents show these
groups have sent funds to certain organisations in Egypt, mostly run by
senior members of anti-Morsi political parties who double as NGO activists.


The Middle East Partnership Initiative - launched by the Bush administration
in 2002 in a bid to influence politics in the Middle East in the wake of the
September 11 terrorist attacks - has spent close to $900m on democracy
projects across the region, a federal grants database shows.


USAID manages about $1.4bn annually in the Middle East, with nearly $390m
designated for democracy promotion, according to the Washington-based
Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED).

The US government doesn't issue figures on democracy spending per
country, but Stephen McInerney, POMED's executive director, estimated that
Washington spent some $65m in 2011 and $25m in 2012. He said he expects
a similar amount paid out this year.

A main conduit for channelling the State Department's democracy funds to
Egypt has been the National Endowment for Democracy. Federal documents
show NED, which in 2011 was authorised an annual budget of $118m by
Congress, funneled at least $120,000 over several years to an exiled
Egyptian police officer who has for years incited violence in his native country.

This appears to be in direct contradiction to its Congressional mandate,
which clearly states NED is to engage only in “peaceful” political change
overseas.



Muslim Persecution of Christians: Women & Children First | FrontPage Magazine

On one Friday after prayers, the Bilal Ibn Rabah Mosque in Cairo was turned
into a “torture chamber” for Egyptians, many of whom were Christians,
protesting the Muslim Brotherhood.



Makeover for Muslim Brotherhood? | Fox News Video




Pictures of the locals vs. Brotherhood
Egypt protests follow Morsi's downfall - Slideshows and Picture Stories - NBCNews.com



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Old 08-14-2013, 02:05 PM   #26 (permalink)
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obama is just a figurehead, a scapegoat. the real people running the country are the corporate interests. the presidency is a revolving door of fake bullshit that is completely controlled by the same exact corporate interests/lobbyists on both sides. going after obama is useless, when next year there will just be another shill running on the same promises. obama is bush is clinton.

the role of president in this day and age is to act as a concierge for the banks. thats it.

i think obama was naive and bright-eyed enough to think he could actually make a difference. i dont blame the guy any more than i blame any other naive politicians. its probably either go along with being a shill or take a bullet in your head from the grassy knoll. easy choice for anyone.

the fact that you are all blaming obama right now is exactly evidence of this. it doesnt matter whos in office. blame the people who are really in control here.
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But he still put himself in that possition.

He knows that too.


he must accept the baggage with the brass ring.


Same goes for us; with the last president and the next....





Don't worry we'll STAMPEDE all presidents!
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course he put himself in that position and of course he should be lambasted and called out for his bullshit. i just think to place all the blame on him is kind of like blaming your bank teller for the bank ceo being a scumbag. one of them is a guy who works for the bank and one of them owns the fucking bank, see? you cant blame the teller at the bank for the policies that the guy who owns the bank puts in place. you gotta stop using the damn bank altogether.

i agree with sok on this one- americans just arent outraged enough. thats why people half-way across the world who have been at the whim of vicious dictators are more pro-active in gaining their freedom than americans are. i mean america was built on a foundation of people being outraged enough with the king and his policies to travel to this unknown new world of danger. we've since become complacent and apathetic and most of all comfortable.


the root of apathy and complacency is comfort, right? people are apathetic about issues because they dont feel like they need to care and they are comfortable in their little lives so why care at all? my life works. the rest of the world just needs to figure ITS shit out, right? right???? (course not.)

comfort is the enemy of all progress. individually and collectively. comfort is the enemy here. not obama. on mass societal levels and in your own life. people who are comfortable all the time are the people who are too scared to move outside of their comfort zones to create the life they want to live. societies who are comfortable all the time are the societies that get lazy and apathetic in regards to social, political, spiritual etc issues.

we need to get uncomfortable to the point where we arent willing to take it anymore, and then we will get out the pitchforks and take back whats ours. the problem is they given us so many ways to effectively be comfortable where we can basically numb ourselves to the problems of our own country and the world abroad. theyve created a system (and when i say they i mean us) where we are so fatigued from working that all we want to do is come home and have a beer and turn our brains off for the rest of the day.

we're addicted to all our comforts. which politician was it that said we are addicted to oil?

no we're not addicted to oil. we're addicted to comfort. oil is just one more little expression of that addiction to being comfortable to the point where we just dont peruse alternatives in regards to our leaders, in regards to our economy, in regards to our technology, in regards to what we eat, etc etc. we're locked into one way of doing things that is based on taking more than our share and being comfortable.

that paradigm cannot last. it is not sustainable. things will change. its just a matter of how pissed off are we going to let them make us until we do something about it. we can do something about it now, or tomorrow. or we can wait until things get so bad that doing anything about it gets you thrown in fucking prison.

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bush had no real power either but it made him no less of a war criminal. Ditto for obomba.
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Ten-year-old Christian girl shot dead as violence returns to Egypt's streets - Telegraph



Egypt's Christians had reported a rise in social discrimination and violent
attacks throughout the now deposed Muslim Brotherhood president,
Mohammad Morsi's time in office.

Since the coup last month, Coptic leaders say the situation is worse as
tensions between the president's Islamist supporters and their Christian
neighbours increase.

One Muslim Brotherhood member was shot dead and at least 11 people
wounded as clashes erupted on the streets of Cairo yesterday between
supporters and opponents of the ousted president.

The rivals threw stones and bottles in battles along downtown streets as
police fired volleys of tear gas, eventually forcing the two sides apart.



The lines are begining to blur again.

Christians that protected CIA MORSI REGIME
Now have to be thrown out with the BROTHERHOOD

everything was ok but the the brotherhood won't let Egypt go to the people.


The Brotherhood killed that little girl
to get christians in the fight

Muslim Brotherhood demands the U.S and NATO to invade Egypt and destroy its army
Monday, July 29, 2013
Cairo, Egypt-In the weirdest statement yet announced by a person belonging
to any country in the world, a Muslim Brotherhood leader called Mohammed
El-Beltagy, asked the United States, the European Union and NATO to send
their armies to Egypt to fight against the Egyptian army and destroy it,
under the pretext that the army wants to destroy the Muslim Brotherhood
and scatter them.
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All this shit is like the equivalent of a red phone at the white house
connected to a terrorist camp with a note "never use" on it.




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i dont want to discount the influence institutions have over events and policies above and beyond the Presidents personal prerogatives , but Wilson FDR, Truman, Ike, Johnson, Nixon, Reagan, Bush jr. and Obama all put in place policies that were detrimental to human suffering of their own accord..and at the same time Ike, JFK,carter, bush sr. even reagan
made important decisions that went against the establishment in substantial ways for the better ... Obama is, and i think this very obvious, someone who goes along to get along when it comes to war and MIC, besides the substantial body count and snooping he's going to leave behind , by all measures he's all hat no cattle
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What's amazing about obomba is that he's still giving speeches like he's a candidate and not responsible for anything that has gone on over the last 5+ years.
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i cant stand listening to the bastard anymore..he's at once hypocritical and condescending
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