Will Mubarak crack down on the protesters, and if not, why not? Like I said, I'm no expert on Egyptian politics, but it seems that he's painted himself in a corner by being an "ally" of the US. It looks like he knows better, but the US has been quietly undermining him, and now Barry is publically telling Mubarek not to do what it would take to save his regime. Egypt receives over a billion dollars in foreign aid from the US annually, so he's not in a position to tell Obama to fuck off.I couldnt have said it clearer. For us living in the Jewish ethnostate, this is chilling,
The next regime would be wise not to fall into this trap. The US will end up betraying any US allies in the region, because they can't live up to our democratist standards. If they did, they wouldn't be our allies, because those people hate us and wouldn't honestly elect a government that favored us. The lesson here is to always be in a position to disrespect the President of the US. Hugo Chavez or Kim Jong-il wouldn't have to care what the US thought of them if they had to repress a revolution.
Our other allies in the region will get the same treatment someday, and it looks likely that someday will come soon. Israel is no exception, because the concept of a Jewish ethnostate is even more in opposition to our egalitarian standards than an autocracy like Mubarek's.
Sunday, February 06, 2011
The Chilling Equations
From The Cold Equations Blog: