Morsi’s Boasts of a Pro-Brotherhood U.S. Come True

obama-and-morsi-1Originally published by CBN News.

Nearly two months after Egypt’s June 30 Revolution, it is interesting to note how the final dialogue between ousted President Morsi and General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi—full of threats and vows of determination on both sides—have all come to pass, including in the very details, specifically the U.S. government’s role.  On July 5, the Arabic language, Egyptian newspaper El Watan published what it said were the final words between the two Egyptian men, as transcribed by an eyewitness, before the general put the president in prison.  (Original and complete English translation here.)

The relevant portions of the dialogue between Sisi and Morsi follow, interspersed with my retrospective observations where appropriate:

Abridged Exchange Between Morsi and Sisi

Morsi: What’s the military’s position concerning what’s going on? Is it just going to stand by watching? Shouldn’t it protect the legitimacy?

Sisi: What legitimacy? The entire army is with the will of the people, and the overwhelming majority of people, according to documented reports, don’t want you.

Morsi: My supporters are many and they won’t be silent.

Morsi’s first threat is generic and subtle.  Not yet pushed to the brink, Morsi simply alludes to his “supporters,” who “are many and they won’t be silent.”  No word yet as to who these supporters are or what they will do.

Sisi: The army will not allow anyone to destroy the nation, no matter what happens.

An early indicator of military resolve, one that, to this day, does not appear to have diminished.

Morsi: What if I don’t want to leave?

Sisi: The matter is settled and no longer up to you. Try to leave with your dignity and tell those whom you call supporters to go back to their homes in order to prevent bloodshed, instead of threatening the people through them.

Morsi: But this way it will be a military coup, and America won’t leave you alone.

While technically a military coup, the military was reacting to a popular revolution: tens of millions of Egyptians—many more than in the original 2011 revolution against Hosni Mubarak—took to the streets for several days demanding new elections (as many Egyptians from the very start insisted that Morsi never even won the presidential election).  And nearly two month later, months of intense pressure and threats, the U.S., in Morsi’s words, certainly shows no signs that it will “leave you [Egyptian military] alone.”

Sisi: The people concern us, not America. And since you’ve started to talk this way, I’ll talk to you candidly. We have evidence to condemn you and to condemn many governmental officials of compromising Egypt’s national security. The judiciary will have its say and you will all be judged before the whole people.

Once Morsi becomes more specific about who his supporters are—the United States, a foreign entity—Sisi also becomes candid, pointing out to him that the military has evidence to condemn Morsi and his Brotherhood cabinet.  In recent weeks and days, talk of this evidence has become more widespread.  According to many Egyptian political activists, the Brotherhood and the Obama administration made a deal, which has seen the exchange of vast sums of money, possibly at the hands of President Obama’s half-brother, Malik Obama.  Add to this the recent assertions of Tahani al-Gebali, Vice President of the Supreme Constitutional Court in Egypt: “Obama’s brother is one of the architects of investment for the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood.”  Moreover, that the U.S. government, including ambassador Anne Patterson and Senators Graham and McCain, has been pressuring Egypt to release Morsi and other key Brotherhood figures, such as multimillionaire Khairat al-Shatter—even though they are also being held in connection to incitement and terrorism against Egyptian civilians—only validates the idea that imprisoned Brotherhood leadership, when tried, may well spill the beans as to the nature of the relationship between Morsi’s ousted government and the Obama administration, hence the reason the latter is so adamant about getting them released.


Morsi: Don’t think the Brotherhood is going to stand by if I leave office. They will set the world on fire.

True, indeed.  While the Brotherhood’s media wing in Qatar, also known as “Al Jazeera,” has been blasting a 24/7 media propaganda campaign dedicated to demonizing the military and garnering sympathy for the Brotherhood—often by flagrantly lying—the Brotherhood and its supporters have quite literally been “setting the world  on fire,” most visibly in Egypt, where some 80 churches and other Christian institutions, not to mention government buildings, etc., have been set aflame.

Sisi: Just let them try something and you’ll see the reaction of the army. Whoever among them wants to live in peace, he’s more than welcome; otherwise, [if they try anything] we will not leave them alone. We will not single anyone out, and the Brotherhood is from the Egyptian people, so don’t try to use them as fuel for your disgusting war. If you truly love them, leave office and let them go to their homes.

Morsi: Anyway, I’m not going, and the people outside of Egypt are all with me, and my supporters are not going.

Again, Morsi indicates who his two main supporters are: “the people outside of Egypt,” that is, the United States, and “my supporters,” the Muslim Brotherhood and its many Islamist sympathizers in and out of Egypt.


Morsi: Okay, if I agree to be removed, will you allow me to travel abroad and promise not to imprison me?

Sisi: I can’t offer you any promises. It’s the justice [department] that will pass its verdict.

Morsi: Okay, if that’s the case, I’ll make it war, and we’ll see who will prevail in the end.

Sisi: Naturally the people will win.

The verdict is still out concerning the fate of Egypt.  For true to Morsi’s threats, the U.S. and the Brotherhood and its allies—from church-burning thugs in Egypt’s streets, to Al Jazeera’s media manipulations—are still trying to undermine the Egyptian people’s June 30 Revolution against the corrupt, Islamist rule of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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  • Alvaro

    Very interesting.

  • JacksonPearson

    Morsi and his ilk are exactly where they belong, back in an Egyptian jail cell.

    • 4True

      Belong in a pine box for their murders.

  • Danny Caplan

    Can anyone, Liberal or Conservative, argue that either outcome in Egypt (whether the military or the Muslim Brotherhood win) would be preferable to when Mubarak was in charge? Our country, which was attacked by a Muslim Brotherhood faction on 9/11 and again last year in Benghazi, is now supporting those who attacked us. Is that unbelievable, or what? What a disgrace. Would this have been conceivable under George Bush?

    • Raymond_in_DC

      Bush declared Islam to be a “Religion of Peace”, engaged in “outreach” to organizations linked to the Muslim Brotherhood, expanded access to the US to immigrants, asylum seekers and students from Muslim countries, and accepted a prominent role for “sharia” in the new constitutions of Iraq and Afghanistan. He also imposed the “Road Map” on Israel and insisted that Hamas be permitted to run in the Palestinian elections – elections which the Brotherhood-linked Hamas won.

      • kikorikid

        I think it is safe to say that Bush was less than
        well informed and niiave(sp) about Islam.

    • Gee

      They are two sides of the same coin. Both sides are hostile to everybody else.

      As far as I am concerned they deserve each other – just as Syria deserves what all factions are doing

      • defcon 4

        I think I like Sisi a lot more than Morsi the blatant islamic-nazi.

      • 4True

        The Church there doesn’t deserve what is happening. They are trying to live in peace.

    • 8ball

      See Raymond’s post below. Bush didn’t defend us against the real enemy which is Islam. On that score he was clueless. And I was a more vigorous supporter of Bush than he was of himself.

  • adumbrate

    Wait. Repeat that bit about Obama’s brother filtering a deal between Morsi and USA? Is that true? Where a that reported? Or is it just coming out in legal system as potential evidence?

    • Bert

      And to think that two thirds of my fellow Jews were so stupid and so debased that they actually voted to re-elect Obama! This is also how Jews who trash their own heritage as leftists and atheists bring suffering down upon us all.

      • defcon 4

        ANd how many Christians voted for the 0? And how many non-citizens?

        • Andy_Lewis

          And how many dead guys voted for him? (Living in Chicagoland, that just occurred to me.)

      • 8ball

        My fellow Catholics supported the closet Muslim as well.

        • 4True

          they all want their families to die in a fiery conflagration…

  • mikeman

    Sisi is a patriotic Egyptian fighting the pro muslim brotherhood network of kerry/clinton/mccain/obama. Why is the U.S. government dedicated to promoting Islam? And why have the so called leaders in the FBI, CIA, US Army, etc. placed their careers ahead of the American people?

    • ziggy zoggy

      Uh,…..because Obama is President and they’re paid whores.

  • defcon 4

    If only we had military leaders like Sisi in the USA.

  • Deagin

    I want to see what the Egyptian military does with Morsi and the other MB leadership. If they do what they should which is execute them, then there is hope but if they imprison them, they will do what they did under Mubarak and radicalize others in prison and eventually get out and go back to Jihad.

  • Anamah

    America should drop and prosecute traitors tied to Muslim Brotherhood and all other enemy, Islamic or not.
    The reality is that America is driven by wills, it seems the writing of an amateur novelist whose only intention is gimmicky.
    Is time to recover our lost dignity; is time to reveal and punish bribed and spies. We need to recover ourselves, our Nation soul is in great pain and crying loud…
    Please people help to find our lost purposes.

  • ac287149

    The coup d’état occurred when Morsi unilaterally suspended the Egyptian Constitution to rule as an autocrat.

  • American1969

    A very interesting story.
    Obama needs to explain why he’s supporting the Muslim Brotherhood.
    He needs to explain why he’s trying to undermine the Egyptian people’s efforts to get rid of Morsi.
    He needs to explain his incoherent foreign policy, period!
    Obama can also explain his half-brother’s ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and using him as a go-between.
    And where is the MSM?

  • NJK

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