Meet Egypt’s next leader

“They can run, but they can't hide” ~GW Bush 2001

Iraq is devastated, Lebanon is worn out, Yemen is collapsing, Sudan is split, Libya is ruins, Palestine is history and Syria is dying and the Gulf states are feeling the tremor approaching … all eyes are on Egypt now. Welcome to the new Middle East … welcome to the aftermath of designed chaos and fake democracy, or the so called Arab Spring.

By Dr. Ashraf Ezzat
Welcome to a new kind of warfare where any target state gets hit by what seems like homemade drones of turmoil and violence, where in fact the whole thing is a foreign orchestration.
And bit by bit that state falls down on its knees and gets crushed, apparently, by the hands of its own people.
Arab states, like dominos, have been falling one after another. In a sea of violence and fragmentation they have fallen and were left to sink and hit dark bottom.
Though Egypt was one of the first dominos to tremble … but, to everybody’s astonishment, Egypt has not yet fallen. But the operation “Arab Spring” won’t be successful unless Egypt falls down.
Arab states are tumbling down not by invading foreign armies like what happened in Iraq a decade ago, but this time by cunningly and remotely triggering all the hot buttons/spots that will ultimately lead to instability, sectarian violence and civil war.
Abydos
General Al Sissi
In other words, fourth generation warfare (4GW) has been set in motion across the Arab world where Another Sykes- Picot scheme is under way – all in the name of democratizing the Middle East.
Breaking the rules
First of all I want to explain why I wrote Egypt’s next leader and not Egypt’s next president.
Egypt had its share of those shadowy presidents and rulers; the last of whom was Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), the so called democratically elected president. Egypt doesn’t need another president; that ancient nation awaits a leader.
Western mainstream media is alluding to this cliché “Democratically elected” as if referring to something /someone holy and sacred.
Hilariously, the west keeps playing the democratically deaf and blind as long as its interests are being properly served. But when the going gets wrong, the west quickly steps in and screams; democracy!
Hitler was democratically elected and so was the deranged George W. Bush and even Yanukovych of Ukraine was democratically elected.
My dear western pundits, slaves of the terminology and illuminati rules, there is nothing holy about western democracy … and sometimes we’d be better off when rules are broken.
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If the western call for democratizing the Middle East is genuine, then I would have expected the west to invest in the Middle East development not its warfare.
When we’re talking about establishing democracy in a place packed with illiteracy, ignorance, fundamentalism, sectarianism and poverty then we are either foolish dreamers or shameless collaborators.
We live in dangerous times beset with conspiracies and false flag operations that intend to transform any target state into a failing and crumbling down state.
Those who will manage to challenge the conspiracies and fight back won’t do it by blindly following the stupid rules of western democracy – a democratic puppet vs. a republican puppet- but they will make history by breaking the damn rules.
Field Marshal Al Sissi and president Putin
Field Marshal Al Sissi and president Putin
Vladimir Putin, aware of the western conspiracy, fought back with absolute courage and determination and so did General Al Sissi in Egypt. They both broke the rules as they stood against the US/EU plot to destabilize Russia and Egypt.
Well, that democratically elected puppet tool, Morsi of the MB, was doing nothing except making sure that the Egyptian domino would fall and shatter into irreparable pieces.
This clueless and clumsy Morsi, backed by Washington and Tel Aviv, was setting up the stage so that Egypt would join the chaotic circus of the new Middle East.
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