What could go wrong with leading from behind? It is a Sunday, a bit of time perhaps to go down memory lane with our Commander in thief, Hillary Clinton and our former friend Mubarak. But first the story:
As North Korea has demonstrated, an impoverished, an impoverished, starving population is no obstacle to a determined leader desiring nuclear weapons. So now, Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood President of Egypt, is committing billions of dollars to re-starting the country’s nuclear program, a reactor that could pave the way for nuclear weapons.
Yes, nukes for the very same man who the US is supplying F-16 fighters to. The very same man who leads a country that is broke, where the foreign exchange reserves have dwindled to the point where essential wheat imports for the staple, heavily subsidized bread that prevents mass starvation for millions who could otherwise not feed themselves. Ariel Ben Solomon of the Jerusalem Post reports:
Earlier this week, Egypt announced that it is seeking Russian assistance to revive its nuclear program.
He explains the possible motivations for this move:
It seems to be a move by the Muslim Brotherhood-led government to solidify the country’s position as a regional power, as well as a way to improve relations with Moscow since Cairo has been facing difficulties in getting aid from the International Monetary Fund.
The move could also be seen as a play to increase Cairo’s leverage with the West so that it receives the aid it desires without having to make too many concessions in return.
On the other hand, we also learn that:
Hamdi Hassan, spokesman of the Brotherhood’s parliamentary caucus, said in 2006, “We [Egyptians] are ready to starve in order to own a nuclear weapon that will represent a real deterrent and will be decisive in the Arab-Israeli conflict.”
Read more: American Thinker
Now the hypocrisy FLASHBACK: 2009 – Hillary Clinton Has A Most Wonderful Time Visiting Hosni Mubarak
Yes we sure know how to treat our friends don’t we?
President Obama and President Mubarak Speak to the Press
President Barack Obama and President Mubarak of Egypt address the press after meetings at the White House on the prospects of peace in the Middle East. August 18, 2009 Really very sad. Just take the first few minutes to watch, it gives a keen insight as to what a traitor looks and sounds like..
Finally a short clip that says it all and how we got to where we are: