Egypt's New President promises to make Jerusalem new Egyptian capital, "Allah Willing"
I firmly believe, and continue to scream at the top of my lungs, that the world is being set up for a holy war.
While the media continue to hue and cry carefully crafted, Obama-approved stories about the economy, they are just as carefully crafting outright institutional ignorance of the real events transpiring in the Middle East.
The Muslim Brotherhood has won (politically & religiously) Egypt. All that remains there is for them to somehow win over the military-which they surely will-and Egypt will once again become a major threat to regional stability.
The Iranians are already a threat, but only they and the Brotherhood know just how deeply their cooperation goes. I suspect there is a huge Iranian influence in the events in Egypt.
A very interesting proposition.
The Russians and Chinese are supporting the Assad regime, while the U.S. seems to be leaning towards (and may be covertly supplying arms to) the 'rebels', who are almost certainly supported by the Iranians and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Syria has a large, well trained and supplied military. If the 'rebels' win there, they would certainly be more fanatical in their religious beliefs, like the Egyptians have proven themselves to be.
Once the smoke clears in Syria, the final picture will become clear. My belief is that the "rebels' will win out in the end, and Syria will join with Egypt, Iran, and yes, Russia, who is a major ally of Iran.
Meanwhile, the Israelis are still not attacking Iran's nuclear program, mostly due to President Obama's insistence.
At the same time, Obama makes noise and empty threats directed at Iran.
The Iranians know his threats are as hollow as his cheeks.
Russian President Putin hunts polar bears and wrestles sharks, and Obama rides a bike and looks like a sissy and bows to every foreign leader he meets.
Whose threats would you take more seriously?
Our only hope is that Obama is defeated in November, and that events do not overtake the election and transfer of office in January.
Maybe Romney will prove tougher, and less accommodating to our adversaries.