What Arab Spring?
By Scott Rohter, November 2012
I bet that most of the Muslims who have died in sectarian fighting in the Middle East since their so-called Democracy Movement began and in their phony Arab Spring (a term that the media like to bandy about) would probably still prefer to be alive today under the autocratic rule of Muammar Ghadhafi, Hosni Mubarak, or Haffez Al Assad than to be where they actually are right now six feet under the ground pushing up daisies. I’m sure this is even more true for the small minority of Christian Arabs who have been slaughtered in the senseless crossfire between the warring factions in the name of fighting their oppressive authorities. But the Arab Spring that never was and probably never will be, was not designed to ever replace tyranny with freedom! Rather it was fabricated to exchange one set of Arab autocrats for another, namely to replace Hosni Mubarak and Muammar Ghadhafi with Mohammed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood.
The Brotherhood’s particular brand of Sharia Law is not any more tolerant than the iron fisted secular rule of Hosni Mubarak or Muammar Ghadhafi was. And this should be even more apparent now that Egyptian President Morsi has unilaterally declared that his word is the supreme law of the land. It is way above questioning even by Egypt’s highest courts… Some Egyptians are likening Morsi’s sweeping power grab as akin to making himself Pharaoh! Morsi proclaimed that his decisions are no longer subject to any judicial oversight. Does that sound like the budding democratic institutions of a representative government to you? So much for their so called Democracy Movement and the “Arab Spring”! Well I really don’t hate to say it but I did tell you so! And you can blame all of this on Barack Obama because he ordered Hosni Mubarak to tell his Egyptian soldiers to stand down and allow the Muslim Brotherhood to take control of their country...
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