Jan 21 2014
On the 3rd of November 2013, John Kerry visited Egypt, praised the Egyptian government and declared that Egypt is going on the right path to Democracy. While, On the 17th of January 2014, John Kerry said that it’s not one vote that determines a democracy.
The United States The Obama Regime urges the interim Egyptian government to take steps towards reconciliation (with the Muslim Brotherhood, a declared terrorist group by Egypt).
Eman Nabih Democracy is more than any one referendum or election. The US has consistently expressed serious concern about the lead-up to the referendum, recently overwhelmingly passed by the voters.
“Any people anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up, and shake off the existing government, and form a new one that suits them better. This is a most valuable – a most sacred right – a right, which we hope and believe, is to liberate the world.” –Abraham Lincoln
Egyptians did exactly what Abraham Lincoln said. They shook off the Muslim Brotherhood fascist government, formed a new one that suits them better and liberated not just Egypt, but the June 30th revolution was a wake up call to the world that terrorist governments are not what the Arab Spring was all about.
John Kerry, take a look at the difference in the voting results of the referendums from 2012 under Morsi and the one from 2014, post-Morsi. You did not express any concern when the Muslim Brotherhood violated our rights and terrorized us. The US did not condemn any of the Muslim Brotherhood massacres against Egyptians. All the US did after June 30th overthrow of Morsi was punish Egypt.
Really, John Kerry, now you are saying that it’s not one vote that determines a democracy? Now you are claiming that democracy is more than any one referendum or election? When the Muslim Brotherhood took the Egyptian community for granted and controlled Egypt by tyranny, you guys ignored all their crimes and violations against us. And now, you have the nerve to talk about what does and doesn’t represent democracy?
Let me refresh your memory a little bit Mr. Kerry. In 2012 when your Muslim Brothers were in power, the 2012 Constitution was formed only by Islamist Extremists. Other participants withdrew when they realized that their role in the committee was just a picture on the wall and they were not allowed to represent the different viewpoints within the Egyptian community. The articles of 2012 Constitution would have dragged Egypt back to the dark ages. You, John Kerry and the Obama Regime congratulated Mohamed Morsi and supported him against our will, while totally ignoring their blatant violations!
International observers in 2012 were largely absent from polling stations. The Carter Center refused to monitor the referendum process, citing the short preparation period and inability to comprehensively asses the referendum process in time Muslim Brothers allowed Egyptians abroad to vote by email, which opened the door for voter fraud. This was not allowed in 2014 referendum.
In addition, numerous allegations of fraud and vote rigging in 2012 were made by the opposition National Salvation Front and many civil society groups, but no investigations were allowed by the Muslim Brothers. Were you concerned then John Bin lying? No, you weren’t.
Mr. Kerry totally ignored the reports of International observers who did attend and monitor the voting process of 2014. The Chief of International observers delegate declared that the process and procedures during the voting on the 2014 constitution were according to the International rules and regulations.
Ms Tera Dahl, American International observer on the 2014 constitution, she said that Egyptians are looking for a better future. While Egyptians were celebrating the referendum on the constitution, the foreign media were talking about fears and worries about the voting process. The foreign media did not mention anything about the Muslim Brotherhood acts of violence and terror where they tried to disrupt the voting process.
Did Mr. Kerry condemn any violations or forgeries which took place in relation to the 2012 constitution? No he didn’t. Did the Obama Regime or their politicized media condemn anything? No they didn’t.
I’m not claiming that Egypt is doing everything perfectly, but we are doing our best, we are trying to do all what we can the right way and we do learn from our mistakes. We are struggling to move forward, we are fighting for survival, we are fighting a pure black evil terrorism.
We want to work hard to see that Egypt one day will be a great country in all aspects. Instead of helping us to move forward, and instead of encouraging us to continue in the right path we have chosen away from fascism and dictatorship, the Obama Regime insists on challenging our will and trying to force its own agenda on the Egyptian people.
Mr. Kerry wants us to make reconciliation with the Muslim Brotherhood, the very same organization that founded al-Qaeda. Would America accept to make reconciliation with al Qaeda who killed their beloved on 9/11?! (Unfortunately, Eman, I’m afraid the answer to that is yes, they would, and they are…in Syria particularly, and of course, Libya)
Kerry mentioned the revolutionaries the 25th of Jan 2011 more than one time but not a single word about the revolutionaries and martyrs of the 30th of June, 2013?! This confirms to us that the US administration won’t admit the success of what happened on the 30th of June because it destroyed the Obama agenda for Islamist rule in Egypt and the greater Middle East.
Stop lying and stop pretending because we read history Mr. Kerry. Soon, the whole world will find out what kind of dirty deals were going on between the US administration, the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Qaeda, Qatar and Turkey against the Egyptian people.
Eman, Barack Hussein Obama will not be in office forever. Hopefully, our next president will think more like this man: