Free Morsi: Obama’s Fight for a Bloody Tyrant

Egypt's new president-elect, Muslim BrotOn the day that President Mohammed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood’s brutal tyrant who had presided over the torture and mass rape of protesters, was overthrown by popular protests, a statement was issued by the White House.

The statement said, “The United States does not support particular individuals or political parties” and then went on to urge that the voices of “those who have supported President Morsy” must also be heard.

Obama was once again contradicting himself. Either the United States was not in the business of telling Egypt whose voices should be heard or it was. Obama wanted to insist that it was and that it wasn’t at the same time. He wanted to have his bloody tyrant on the throne and his myth of democracy too.

On the same day, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki, a former Obama spokeswoman, said, “We haven’t taken sides and don’t plan to take sides here.”

Psaki also vigorously denied that Secretary of State John Kerry was hanging out on his yacht, despite a CBS producer photographing him aboard the boat, saying, “Any report or tweet that he was on a boat is completely inaccurate.”

Two days later, Psaki admitted that Kerry had been on the boat. A week later, Psaki implicitly admitted that her bosses were taking sides by warning that further arrests of Muslim Brotherhood members would endanger US foreign aid to Egypt.

Psaki was actually following up on an earlier warning by Obama to Egypt’s government “to avoid any arbitrary arrests of President Morsy and his supporters.” Obama had not issued any such warnings after the overthrow of Mubarak. Nor had he said anything about Morsi’s arrest and torture of protesters.

Muslim Brotherhood leaders had set off a storm of violence as their followers rampaged through Christian neighborhoods murdering and maiming. Churches and cathedrals were targeted and a priest was shot to death.

The Associated Press headlined the story describing Muslim atrocities against Christians as a “backlash” for their protests against Morsi. It would be difficult to imagine the wire service headlining a story about the KKK bombing a black church after Obama’s victory as a “backlash,” but the Muslim Brotherhood, like so many Islamist hate groups, has the media on its side. The Muslim KKK can count on the AP and DC.

Violence against Christians and even other Muslims followed in the wake of fiery speeches by Muslim Brotherhood leaders urging their followers to martyrdom. “They treated us like infidels. They were chanting ‘Allahu Akbar’ as they were shooting us,” one Egyptian eyewitness said.

These atrocities were not just an outraged response to Morsi’s fall. The Muslim Brotherhood resorted to violence when in power and when out of power.

Obama’s people never threatened Morsi with the loss of foreign aid for arresting activists from other parties, but arresting Muslim Brotherhood members clearly crosses whatever passes for a red line in the White House.

Obama had not told Morsi what to do even while the Muslim Brotherhood regime was using torture to extract confessions from protesters while videotaping the results; a practice that one would think the Nobel Peace Prize winner would be opposed to after all his self-righteous speeches about Gitmo.

However White House press secretary Jay Carney continued to warn against the arrests of Muslim Brotherhood leaders and members. “If you’re arresting individuals from one group or one party, you’re working against yourself if your effort is to be inclusive as you make this transition back to a civilian, democratically elected government.”

Morsi’s government had abandoned all pretense of inclusiveness early on. The coalition that brought him down is far more inclusive, including even a rival Salafist party. The only major group missing is the Muslim Brotherhood. And so at the White House and State Department “inclusive” has become code for mandatory Muslim Brotherhood participation.

Mere days before Morsi’s fall, Obama said, “Our position has always been, it’s not our job to choose who Egypt’s leaders are.” By “always” he must have meant two years because that was how long ago he had told Mubarak to step down.

Forgetting all that business about not taking sides or picking leaders, Jen Psaki admitted, “We have been in touch with members of the Muslim Brotherhood. We want them to be a part of the process moving forward.”

Morsi’s power grab last November in which he claimed near absolute power led to no condemnations from the White House. There were no calls urging the new government to include Mubarak supporters.

A report from Egypt said that Anne Patterson, Obama’s ambassador to Egypt, called Egyptian General Abdul Fatah al-Sisi and ordered him to release all the arrested members of the Muslim Brotherhood, warning him that the alternative would be a civil war resembling the one in Syria.

Considering that Obama has chosen to arm and support the Muslim Brotherhood rebels in Syria, such a warning carries with it some rather ominous overtones.

Patterson had previously told Coptic Christians, the community with the most to lose under the rule of the Muslim Brotherhood, not to protest against Morsi. Shortly after Patterson’s demand, Jen Psaki echoed her with a call to free Morsi and suggested again that foreign aid hinged on Morsi’s freedom and the Muslim Brotherhood’s participation in Egyptian politics.

Despite Psaki’s earlier denials, a side had clearly been taken. And it was the side of the Muslim Brotherhood.

While Obama and the State Department are still hiding behind words like “democracy” and “inclusiveness,” they have marshaled their rhetoric only in defense of the Muslim Brotherhood.

There were no threats to cut off foreign aid to Morsi during the period of his worst abuses. There were no demands of inclusivity from Morsi. Even when American lives were at risk in Egypt, there were no threats to cut off foreign aid. Instead Kerry tied himself in knots explaining why we could not cut aid to Egypt, despite admitting Morsi’s abandonment of democratic principles.

Obama had two radically different approaches to three Egyptian governments. The non-Brotherhood governments were threatened and criticized. The Muslim Brotherhood government was neither threatened nor criticized. Non-Brotherhood governments were told that they would have to make room for the Brotherhood or face a loss of American support, but when the Muslim Brotherhood began to wield absolute power, there were no threats from Hillary Clinton or Obama.

While Obama works to free Morsi, Morsi’s supporters continue torturing and killing, perpetuating the bloody legacy of a bloody tyrant.

Under Morsi, Amir Ayad, an activist protesting Muslim Brotherhood rule, was dragged into a mosque, beaten and tortured. When the Muslim Brotherhood members assaulting him realized he was a Copt, they called him a “Christian Dog” and left him half-dead by the side of the road.

This is the reign of terror that millions of Egyptians risked their lives to break free of. This is the horror that caused Egyptian women to risk the Muslim Brotherhood’s rape gangs to denounce in Tahrir Square. This is what Obama wants to impose on Egypt again.

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  • objectivefactsmatter

    “Psaki was actually following up on an earlier warning by Obama to Egypt’s government “to avoid any arbitrary arrests of President Morsy and his supporters.” Obama had not issued any such warnings after the overthrow of Mubarak. Nor had he said anything about Morsi’s arrest and torture of protesters.”

    If I listen to any of the unhinged anti-Semitic worm-eating lunatics around here I have to conclude that Israel must be forcing 0′Bama to support the Sunni Caliphate being resurrected by the MB.

    • OfficialPro

      Democratic Elections are magic! At best, Obama is reflexively sticking to what he believes was the ‘will of the people’ of Egypt, believing that this will endear him to the Muslim world. He probably also thinks that he’s doing something the US hasn’t done before.

  • Poupic

    Time to use the law and get rid of the Islamists plant in The White House. The Muslim Brotherhood if it is anything at all is the fact that it has always been an enemy of the USA. Yet Barack Hussein loves them, protect them, even tells Egyptians who should rule them as long as it is the Muslim Brotherhood even if Christians and their churches become targets of killing and destruction as a result. Women losing the little bit of freedom they had under Mubarak was due to the MB Barack Hussein protects and love so much. It is time to get rid of the enemy of the USA seating in The White House. Iran is just about done building a nuclear bomb and all he is ready to do now is “Let’s talk!” It is time to stop talking and start doing. Nothing will be done with Barack Hussein in The White House. The man is a danger to all living things letting Iran build it’s nuclear arsenal.

    • tjke

      Yes, we have to get rid of Hussein O´Bama. He will let Iran to get the nuke, which will destroy USA, Israel and the whole World.

      He is a muslim and he works for the muslim terrorists, not for the America peopl and other freedom loving people.

      You see how he handles Fort Hood massacre and how he tries to divide America

    • wildjew

      Sadly, this (“Islamist” in the White House) is the bitter fruit of conservatives winking at former President Bush lying about Obama’s religion for seven plus years post 9/11. Bush assured us there is nothing to fear from men like Obama because his is a religion of peace and justice. “Its teachings are good and peaceful, and those who commit evil in the name of Allah blaspheme the name of Allah,” Bush assured his adoring supporters. Because of our collective silence, Americans elected, then re-elected a dangerous Muslim-born president. Will my fellow conservatives do this again? I see Chris Christie and Rand Paul are leading the pack in Iowa. Christie says, “this sharia law business is crap,” and those who are concerned about it are a bunch of “crazies.” Where does Rand Paul stand on the global jihad? We know where his father stands.

      • Poupic

        Next time we should elect someone who doesn’t care if they say he is Islamophobic and tells it like it is. I sure hope the Republicans will chose Bolton this time, not a milk toast again. This from a long, long time Democrat and now an independent because the Democratic party is afflicted with anti- Semites and many ignorant Jews who vote Democrat because this is what their parents did even though Roosevelt closed the doors of escape to my family during the Shoa.

        • tickletik

          Good for you poupic. Now stop being a pupic, get up, take yourself, your family and every damn thing you have and move to Israel NOW. Because time is running out my dear friend.

          • Poupic

            Now is the time to to stand up some place where there is still a chance and fight to get rid of this lover of enemies of freedom. All Islamists have a friend called Barack Hussein in The White House. Impeach! Impeach!

          • wildjew

            We are fighting from within. You have abandoned the fight. You are no help.

          • tickletik

            A fighter has to know when to retreat and regroup. It is not abandonment to take up the defense of ones natural home. Israel is where we all belong, this arrangement in the US is temporary, no matter how things play out. Even if you wish to stay there for now, then I say make as much of a move as you can. Dont be like every other generation that was too stubborn to admit the truth. The Spanish Jews were deluded about this, the English Jews deluded themselves before their expulsion, the Jews of Yemen refused to recognize the situation with the Arabs when Mohammed came to Medina, and recently, the Jews of every European country decided that times had changed before God demonstrated that times had most certainly NOT changed.

            Do you want the survivors of your family, or Heaven forbid survivors of only distant relatives looking at your family tree and shaking their heads sadly saying “why did he not admit to theobvious?”

            Dntbe that man brother. Get up now, while you still can, while you still have some freedoms left, while capital controls are not in place, and the US is only making noises of anger against expats (as opposed to outright banning them). Go now!

          • wildjew

            You’ve got no argument with me. I just got my new passport pictures. I’m going to renew my passport at the courthouse. There is no future here long-term for Jews.

            I hope I can sell my property at a fair price. If I have to, I will virtually give it away. Hope I do not have to give it away.

          • tickletik

            Do you have friends an contacts in Israel? Get good advice from people in your community as well. You arent alone. Network. Even if you are in an area without many Jews, call out to other Jews and Jewish organizations using social media, and ask for advice and good counsel.

          • wildjew

            I have one or two contacts in Israel. Don’t know how much help they will be. Also I have a distant cousin who lives in Efrat. My profession is greenhouse-nursery. I am a grower. That will probably be where I will begin. I’ve been to Israel (visiting) three times. It’s been a number of years.

          • kuffar geoff

            Wonderful profession. I am currently going for my BA in horticultural science. Are people who love Israel but are not jewish welcome?

          • wildjew

            Of course. If Palestinians (dedicated to Israel’s destruction) are “welcome” and are full non-Jewish citizens, how much more friends of Israel?

          • defcon 4

            What about Karaites?

          • defcon 4

            I find myself wondering if there’s any future for anyone non-muslim at all in the USA. At least a future devoid of islamofascist persecution and terrorism.

          • EarlyBird

            “I’m going to renew my passport at the courthouse. There is no future here long-term for Jews.”

            Yeah. I hear Obama is rounding them up.

          • wildjew

            “Long-term” earlybird. “Long-term.” “Long-term.” “Long-term.” “Long-term.” earlybird.

            Hello earlybird. Earth to earlybird?

          • EarlyBird

            And how can you possibly feel that way, short or long term, WildJew? I read stuff on this board and it’s as if I’ve entered an alternate universe. It’s just bizarre.

          • wildjew

            Because EarlyBird, I study history. I have studied Jewish history. It is a dangerous thing historically when Jews feel safe and secure in any ostensibly friendly or “enlightened” country in Diaspora. America is no exception. Germany was the epitome of enlightenment and civilization.

          • defcon 4

            Yes, the concepts of freedom, democracy and equality certainly might look bizarre to a lying islam0nazi.

          • defcon 4

            No, but the zero’s IRS has been targeting Jews who support Israel.

          • tickletik

            No my dear. This battle is either lost, or is one that must be fought from a position of strength. You are in a minority in a country that is throwing away all its traditions of liberty at a time when its economy is about to crash and crash hard. We know from history what happens next. The only way you can help is if you get yourself, your family and everything you have earned into a safe place. Otherwise you are horrifically vulnerable.

          • Poupic

            am not your dear, first of all. Second, the sky is falling is not argument. Next!

          • tickletik

            Someone extends a hand of friendship to you and you slap it away with an insult? You deserve what you get.

            Goodbye.

        • wildjew

          Poupic, that is why we call talented and honest politicians statesmen. Statesmen know how to explain things to the public in ways that indicate they “do care” about the words they use and how they use them. Statesmen measure their words carefully. Statesmen deliberate and study the issues before weighing in on them. Statesmen are honest; they have integrity. They do not lie to the public for expedience sake. I think you would have to admit, there is quite a distance between Islam’s “teachings are good and peaceful” (George W. Bush) and “Islam itself is not without its deeply problematic aspects, particularly when it comes to relations with non-Muslims” (William J. Bennett).

          I and other registered Republicans are fighting from within. We are fighting for the soul of the party of Lincoln. You have no say. You can complain and carp from the outside. You have all but surrendered. How are you helping?

          • Poupic

            This is why Bolton should be the Republican ticket. Democrats would never choose someone like him that says it like it is even at the UN. He is even ready to get rid of it, just like I hope it will be done because it is now a tool of Arab states and other Islamic states where freedom of religion and women’s right is called “a Crusaders’ idea.” Bolton for President. But first let’s do what comes first. Impeach the Islamists’s plant currently panted in The White House.

          • wildjew

            Bolton would not be my first choice by a long shot. He sold-out in the United Nations as Bush’s UN ambassador. Are you familiar with UN Sec. Council Resolution 1701 and Bolton’s part in it?

          • Poupic

            OK, I’ll bite. Who is your first choice?

          • wildjew

            I don’t know yet. I will know him when I see him. It sure isn’t Chris (“this sharia law business is crap”) Christie or Marco Rubio. Rubio has supported much of Obama’s misguided foreign policy and national security. I lost faith in Paul Ryan. I don’t know what happened to our former governor, Jeb Bush. We don’t need any Lincoln-hating racist. Who else is running? You say we don’t want someone who doesn’t care if they say he is Islamophobic. Maybe you know. Winston Churchill was widely called a warmonger and a scaremonger throughout the nineteen thirties in England because of his warnings about Hitler and the Nazi menace. Churchill told readers of the Strand in 1935, Germans constituted the “most industrious, tractable, fierce and martial race in the world.” Churchill became Britain’s prime minister, May 1940.

          • ObamaYoMoma

            When it comes to Islam, Bolton is a loon just like GWB, Dick Cheney, and all the rest of the Republican Party leadership. He doesn’t have the first damn clue. Indeed, the Republicans are racing with the Democrats to see which one of them can be the most incompetent and I have to tell you, it is an extremely close race.

        • EarlyBird

          Bolton?!

          “I sure hope the Republicans will chose Bolton this time, not a milk toast again.”

          That’s like writing, “I sure hope Republicans will ensure their defeat again.”

          • Poupic

            I am not a Republican. I am an ex Democrat and I am sick of choosing candidates by their appeal instead of what they represent. This is how anti- Semite Barack Hussein was elected beside the Clinton’s and the Republicans fearing to be called racist if they talked about Wright who spewed his anti- Semitism live on TV near the end of the first campaign. I happen to like Bolton direct, honest talk and the hell with anyone not liking it. It is time to get a President that says what he think and what he is instructed to say to make the best impression.

  • therealpm

    It was only to be expected that the Muslim Brotherhood regime in Washington would support their colleagues in Cairo. How inconvenient and annoying it must be for Obama that the Egyptians have kicked Morsi out. Perhaps our American friends should do the same with the islamist in chief.

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    • tickletik

      It will be between the Russia/China/Iran group and their satellites, and the US/EU and her satellites.

    • alpha_1

      That’s only a part of it. Plain and simple it will be good against evil. I’m talking about religions, cultures, and race. I have the absolute utmost admiration for Israel, the only true democracy in the whole Middle East. The powers of evil, and they are legion, can’t allow Israel to exist and will mass their armies to destroy it once and for all. The fall of Western Civilization will be but a mere sideshow to this.

      A world without God is doomed. Man has proven that over and over again.

    • Peter S K Sydney

      Actually The only GLOBAL war is Islam against EVERYONE and it is happening NOW and has been happening,on and off, for 1400 years. the latest bout started in the 1920s and is hotting up. Islam never declares War it only declares peace (temporary truce)

  • PAthena

    President Obama supports the Muslim Brotherhood. His former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had as her close aide Huma Abedin, whose family are all members of the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • Blake

    Obama is a muslim. Egyptian Foreign Minister Abul Gheit said on the “Round Table Show” that he had had a one on one meeting with Obama who swore to him that he was a muslim, the son of a muslim father and step-son of muslim step-father, that his half-brothers in Kenya were muslims, and that he was loyal to the muslim agenda. He asked that the muslim world show patience. Obama promised that once he overcame some domestic American problems (Healthcare), that he would show the muslim world what he would do with Israel.

  • nelly2004

    Was Ted Cruz born in the U.S?

  • FreedomOfSpeechNeeded

    Low IQ Conspiracy theorists!

    • UCSPanther

      You may like a brutal totalitarian theocracy, but most Egyptians don’t…

      Blaming Jews and Christians won’t change that one iota…

      • defcon 4

        Most Egyptians don’t have a problem w/the persecution of non-muslimes either.

    • defcon 4

      I’d support Israel even if it WEREN’T a Jewish state. Why? Because it’s the ONLY state in the Mid-East where women enjoy equal rights w/men, as well as the only state where Jews, Christians, Bahais and Druze aren’t being persecuted, butchered, raped and forcibly converted to islam by your islam0nazi pals with impunity. It’s also the only non-islamonazis state in the Mid-East and N. Africa (yet another reason to support it). Get back to raping camels Ahmed, it’s all you’re good at.

    • EarlyBird

      You’re 100% correct, Freedom.

      This entire site is run by right wing Israel Firsters who want to use the US military to serve Israel’s interests. It is why this site exists. It is a propaganda machine for manipulative, hard right Israelis and American Jews.
      This is why there is an incessant beating of the war drum for the US to take out Iran, and not Israel, even though Israel is able to do that job if it wishes to.
      The anti-Islam hysteria and absurdist rhetoric spewed by Horowitz’s propaganda machine 24/7 is to completely enflame the American people so that it can continue to support Israel’s hegemony. Period. And they rely on the low wattage, paranoid Zionist “Christians” and Jews who frequent this site to do so. If encountered any of these lunatics on the street you’d cross to the other side.

      • defcon 4

        Yes the worldwide slaughter, persecution, rape and forcible conversion of people of other faiths as practiced in all your various islam0nazi sties is all just one big propaganda campaign. It’s just too bad that the propaganda is fact.

  • tokoloshiman

    typical obama free the tyrants and suppress the moderates, just like he abandoned the people of iran in their hour of need, obummer proves he is pro brotherhood and sharia law and anti US! what a travesty this man is and his crew of fawning jew haters

  • bill reitzes

    This situation in Egypt has caused a lot of confusion for me on a personal level.

    I am a firm believer in Democracy and am willing to fight for Democracy.

    Morsi was elected at the polls by a majority of Egyptians. From what I can see, it was a fair election. A change in Government should be done in the ballot box, not by a coup, as we saw happen in Egypt.

    Now the supposed elected head of Government is a total scumbag and represents a Party whose creed reads “allah is our objective, the Quran is our constitution, the prophet(PBUH) is our leader, jihad is our way, and death for the sake of allah is the highest of our aspirations”
    What couldn’t be clearer for any human with even half a brain when it comes to the MB(I liked that KKK part in the article though)
    Do you understand my confusion?

    • defcon 4

      Islam is fascism — even if it’s “democratically” instituted.

      • Harith

        That’s the most naive statement i’ve ever heard. I feel sorry for you. Talk about something you don’t know of, and you’re nowhere far from humiliating yourself.

  • ObamaYoMoma

    Obama is the realization of my worst fears taking over the White House. He is the worst of the worse enemies of the USA. Yet low information voters perceive him as fighting Republicans to make the country better and stronger. They over look all the enormous damage wrought by the Obama regime. Unbelievable.

    Hopefully, Obamacare will be his downfall. However, the current incarnation of Republicans isn’t much better. This country is experiencing a serious leadership deficit right now, especially when it comes to stopping the growth and power of government and to also protecting our freedom from the threat of Islamic totalitarianism, in which both political parties are totally incompetent or otherwise lying to us about.

  • Ellman48

    “Obama was once again contradicting himself. Either the United States was
    not in the business of telling Egypt whose voices should be heard or it
    was. Obama wanted to insist that it was and that it wasn’t at the same
    time. He wanted to have his bloody tyrant on the throne and his myth of
    democracy too.”

    Obama: We don’t want to tell Egypt what to do or interfere in its internal affairs, but we must insist that the voices of the Muslim Brotherhood not be suppressed as they were under Mubarak, who we supported until we decided not to. Interesting how he definitely refused to get involved with the Green Revolution in Iran and said absolutely nothing to the totalitarian mullahs but in Egypt he feels compelled to say something favoring “democracy”. In Syria we have a tyrant who has murdered over 100,000 already but Obama seems indecisive about what to do or to say to Mr. Assad. Obama’s flexibility and elasticity, or changeability and inconsistency, are astonishing in someone who supposedly represents the free world. Yet such major character flaws seem to go unnoticed by precisely those who should note them and try to spare the country the unfortunate consequences associated with such defects of character.

  • Ellman48

    “Obama’s people never threatened Morsi with the loss of foreign aid for
    arresting activists from other parties, but arresting Muslim Brotherhood
    members clearly crosses whatever passes for a red line in the White
    House.”

    There is an umbilical chord connecting Obama and the MB. If I were a journalist I would pursue this connection until I understood it completely, but I would also have to be willing to risk my life doing so and have arranged political amnesty in advance of publicizing my revelations.

  • Ellman48

    I find it impossible to conceive that the Egyptian people could tolerate a return to power of Morsi and the MB, regardless of what the Obama regime wants. For some reason Obama doesn’t seem to be aware of this fact, does not want to consider it, or does not fear its consequences. That Obama wants Morsi and the MB “sharing” power as a bare minimum no one can dispute. And for this alone one has to wonder what the nature of the umbilical chord connecting Obama and Morsi is.

    • defcon 4

      Nonie Dawash speculated on Glazov’s show that Moris might not be alive too much longer, as he knows too much.

  • Harith

    This article is an absolute rubbish. Bereft of any logical sense, especially when describing Obama’s stand and is truly lacking in evidence from every point of view while it struggles to describe Morsi’s action and the so-called Muslim Brotherhood’s act of terror.

    Only a single phrase is enough to categorise this article – Emotionally triggered.

    • defcon 4

      Of course the Muslime Brotherhood isn’t involved with terror, because when muslimes kill people it’s w/kindness…

      • Harith

        You’re deviated from the topic. Again.
        Can you really comprehend the article, Mr. Deaf Con?

  • Harith

    This article is an absolute rubbish. Bereft of any logical sense, especially when describing Obama’s stand and is truly lacking in evidence from every point of view while it struggles to describe Morsi’s action and the so-called Muslim Brotherhood’s act of terror.

    Only a single phrase is enough to categorise this article – Emotionally triggered.

    • defcon 4

      I’ll bet the above banal diatribe makes a lot more sense from an islam0nazi perspective.

      • Harith

        Glad to know it does make some sense. Though not in the minds of people who are only interested to put labels and never really think much.

        P/s: If you are in a debate and you talk like the way you did, it’s clear your’re inevitably going to lose. Miserably.

  • defcon 4

    Carney: “If you’re arresting individuals from one group or one partyy, you’re working against yourself if your effort is to be inclusive as
    you make this transition back to a civilian, democratically elected
    government.” But I guess IRS persecution doesn’t count does it?

  • Mladen_Andrijasevic

    I wonder how will Obama take this cartoon:
    Arab Spring
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  • Doug Williams