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February 5, 2011 / J. Shaw

Soros Tells US-Get out of the way in Egypt

 My apologies to my friend Bob.

 The start of this well written article tells us exactly what has occurred in Egypt. The US, with a weak, Mulim-leaning president have done NOTHING. Obama and his failed State Department have watched as rioters have forced Mubarak to step down. There is nothing, a void, to replace Mubarak. Who will step in? The Army, a coalition of local leaders, the Muslim Brotherhood? We are being told that the Musim Brotherhood has a moderate side and Egypt’s people shouldn’t worry. That seems to be the line of Soros who wants a Muslim Brotherhood led coalition of Leftist groups to assume control of Egypt. This coalition has only the best intentions for the well being of the Egyptian people. All of Soros organizations just want what’s best , what fair for the people. Soros isn’t sitting around hoping things will work out well-like Obama and Hillary. There goes Hillary’s big rep of running a world renown State Department and Hill being a Star. SHAW

Soros has Spoken: Toe the leftist Line on Egypt      by Liberty Chick…..

As the protests in Egypt have raged on now for more than a week, President Obama and members of his administration continue to practice restraint in their communications and careful selection of the words that are spoken.  Hillary Clinton has cautioned against anything that could increase chaos.  U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told television networks that the “complex, very difficult situation in Egypt requires careful progress toward a peaceful transition to democracy rather than any sudden or violent change that could undermine the aspirations of the protesters.”

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs echoed the sentiments that while Egypt needs to change, it’s not the place of the United States to publicly support or oppose the removal of Mubarak.  Likewise, most Republicans are also on the same page as the Obama administration, speaking out in support of democratic reforms in Egypt, yet taking great care not to back or oppose Mubarak either way – at least not publicly.  Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on last Sunday, “I don’t have any criticism of President [Barack] Obama or Secretary [Hillary] Clinton at this point.  It’s important for U.S. officials “to speak as one voice during this crisis.”  As many have noted, Egypt is perhaps one of the only issues that’s rendered an overwhelmingly bi-partisan response.

But one man in particular is not exactly in agreement with that bi-partisan response:  George Soros.  And he’s warning us to toe the line – his line, that is.

The leftist billionaire who made his fortune on the back of US capitalism is taking aim at all the “rigid and ideological supporters of Israel” and “the religious right” for standing in the way of democracy for Egypt.

In an op-ed in the Washington Post, Soros warns Americans to get out of the way and toe the Soros line, or you’ll drag Obama and the country down with you and cause a lot of tears.

Soros begins:

Revolutions usually start with enthusiasm and end in tears. In the case of the Middle East, the tears could be avoided if President Obama stands firmly by the values that got him elected.


While the slogans and crowds in Tahrir Square are not advancing a theocratic agenda at all, the best-organized political opposition that managed to survive in that country’s repressive environment is the Muslim Brotherhood. In free elections, the Brotherhood is bound to emerge as a major political force, though it is far from assured of a majority.

Some have articulated fears of adverse consequences of free elections, suggesting that the Egyptian military may seek to falsify the results; that Israel may be adamantly opposed to a regime change; that the domino effect of extremist politics spreading to other countries must be avoided; and that the supply of oil from the region could be disrupted. These notions constitute the old conventional wisdom about the Middle East – and need to be changed, lest Washington incorrectly put up resistance to or hesitate in supporting transition in Egypt.

As is typical for Soros, he possesses some sort of unrealistic fantasy that a magical Utopia will sprout up in the Middle East.  That a coalition of leftist groups will lead Egypt in bringing “dignity and democracy” to the region.  Groups like the Muslim Brotherhood and its newly found alliances with local “democracy activists, old-time liberals, Communists, workers’ rights activists” and former United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency diplomat, Mohamed ElBaradei.



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