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Yesterday, Morsi said he will be complying with the military.

Today: "WE SHALL NOT GIVE IN TO THESE DEMANDS!"

Who would have thought. As far as I care, Egypt can burn if it wants Islamists in power and they know this.

Why do you ask?

Well, we here in the West dont take too kindly to regimes that want to kill us and our money, businesses and culture shall not invest in such a shithole.

Every so-called hardline pro Islamic state is a shit hole with rampant corruption, rampant birth rates, murder, cheap life and hatred for white people or anybody who doesn't follow the doctrine.

Its a shame really, Egypt has culture, history and decent people BUT they allowed these pro-Islamic nutjobs into power and their country. Until they remove these fucks from their nation we can only look on.
Poor undereducated people all over the World fall back on religion when they get scared, doesn't matter if its Mississippi or Egypt.
After decades under a Dictator, they didn't know what to do so they voted in a bunch of Zealots out of fear.

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Poor undereducated people all over the World fall back on religion when they get scared, doesn't matter if its Mississippi or Egypt.
After decades under a Dictator, they didn't know what to do so they voted in a bunch of Zealots out of fear.
lol

Uneducated people is all a religion needs to instill their fear. However Egypt began suffering from problems straight away as a result of the extremists getting into power.

No amount of stupidity can fail to observe that development.

The president gave himself unilateral power similar to a dictator, something which was predicted as soon as a muslim group came to power.

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lol

Uneducated people is all a religion needs to instill their fear. However Egypt began suffering from problems straight away as a result of the extremists getting into power.

No amount of stupidity can fail to observe that development.

The president gave himself unilateral power similar to a dictator, something which was predicted as soon as a muslim group came to power.
He didn't "come to power", he was elected by the people.

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He didn't "come to power", he was elected by the people.
Yeah, and they didnt like what he was doing and stayed true to the democratic process of impeachment.

It is like going into a game server, asking people to vote for you to be admin and then abuse the admin powers with cheats or auto-killing players because they killed you.

Fair? No.

Egyptian people do not want an islamic state because nothing good comes from it. The US trained military would never allow such a thing to take place because they would be taken care of eventually.

Look at Turkey for this example. The military generals knew this and allowed the people to cover a military coup.

I see it as a win for so-called democracy and they showed the likes of the USA that granting yourself power and to your cronies should not be tolerated.

Can you imagine protests like this in the USA to get rid of Obama and his henchmen?

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Yeah, and they didnt like what he was doing and stayed true to the democratic process of impeachment.

It is like going into a game server, asking people to vote for you to be admin and then abuse the admin powers with cheats or auto-killing players because they killed you.

Fair? No.

Egyptian people do not want an islamic state because nothing good comes from it. The US trained military would never allow such a thing to take place because they would be taken care of eventually.

Look at Turkey for this example. The military generals knew this and allowed the people to cover a military coup.

I see it as a win for so-called democracy and they showed the likes of the USA that granting yourself power and to your cronies should not be tolerated.

Can you imagine protests like this in the USA to get rid of Obama and his henchmen?
Democratic process of impeachment? Give me a fucking break, you really think that when the military forces out a democratically elected Government that's what it is?

I'm no fan of any religion running Government policy, be it Evangelicals in the US or Islamic in Egypt but stop the doublespeak man.

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