Sunday, February 13, 2011

Egypt: no freedom, just martial law and a suspension of their constitution

How is that for freedom and democracy?

Egypt's military rejects swift transfer of power and suspends constitution
Ruling military council intends to retain power for six months or longer while elections are scheduled and will rule by decree

The Egyptian military has rejected the demands of pro-democracy protesters for a swift transfer of power to a civilian administration, saying it intends to rule by martial law until elections are held.


To which I will add, they will rule beyond elections, as they did under Mubarek!

The army's announcement, which included the suspending of the constitution, was a further rebuff to some pro-democracy activists after troops were sent to clear demonstrators from Cairo's Tahrir Square

In a sign that the army will only tolerate a limited (no) challenge to its power, it is expected to issue a communique on Monday saying that it will crack down on those creating "chaos and disorder" as well as effectively banning strikes.
If you have been reading here for the last little while, you may recall that back on Feb 02/11. I made this statement.

"The protests/protestors did not address the basis of their problems. They did not strike at the root. They will end up worse off then they are now."


I can assure you I'm not psychic, cause if I was.... I would have already picked the winning lottery numbers and been outta here! ;)
The information was out there it was accessible to anyone and besides, this game plan has been done before.

If I may direct your attention over to Europe's Crowned Bloodsuckers
"Barak telephones Egypt's Tantawi"

TEL AVIV, Israel (Ma'an) -- Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak on Saturday telephoned Egypt's new military ruler Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, the Israeli news site Ynet reported.

Peter from ECB has this linked too

Both well worth the read.

6 comments:

  1. Hey Penny,...Looks like you're all over this one: Excellent sustained coverage. Well, so much for that "televised" revolution, mmm? What to do, mmm? Oh, how about I sharpen my pencils and wait for the next yiddish khazarian domino to fall?

    I for one can't wait to be ruled by filthy yids, imagine the whole world will soon be like Gaza. What a treat that'll be for the polite "Truthers" that think there are nice yids and naughty yids.

    "Ask not for whom the bell tolls."

    veritas

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  2. The attitude of WhatReallyHappened is interesting.

    - Aangirfan

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  3. Aangirfan;

    I have been wondering about that also??

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  4. Veritas:

    So much for the televised revolution?

    The revolution will not be televised.

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  5. Hi Guys,
    WRH is a bit suss IMO.
    but ...that's just my opinion.
    Cheers A13

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  6. Hey Penny,...A13, Rivero's a tribesman, hello?

    If I want to suss someone out, here in rothschalia; I ask them who they think committed the Crimes of 911, 7/7, Bali and Port Arthur.

    Nice to see we have our first yiddish khazarian Parliamentarian huh?. I guess Prime Minister Shillhard has a direct line to Tel Aviv now.

    veritas

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