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Saturday, January 29, 2011

Friend or Foe, Dictatorship or Democracy

FRIEND OR FOE, DICTATORSHIP OR DEMOCRACY! WHICH WOULD YOU RATHER HAVE IN EGYPT?  THAT IS THE QUESTION. WE MUST LOOK AT THE INTEREST OF OUR OWN PEOPLE AND HOPE FOR THE BEST FOR THE EGYPTIAN PEOPLE, BUT IN THE END, OUR INTEREST AND OUR LIVELY HOOD MUST BE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION.  IF DEMOCRACY IN EGYPT MEANS THE INSTALLATION OF THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD AND ANOTHER ISLAMIC STATE IN THE MIDDLE EAST THAT IS NOT GOOD FOR US OR THE REST OF THE FREE WORLD, FOR IN THE END RADICAL ISLAM DOES NOT SUPPORT DEMOCRACY ALTHOUGH IT MAY USE IT TO GAIN IT'S EVIL END---THE SUBJUGATION OF ALL THAT WE AS FREE PEOPLE BELIEVE IN. MANY IN THE MSM ARE NOW TRUMPETING THE DEMONSTRATORS IN THE STREETS OF CAIRO AS BEING FREEDOM FIGHTERS---THAT MAY VERY WELL BE THE CASE.  HOWEVER, OFTEN IN THAT PART OF THE WORLD THE SO-CALLED "FREEDOM REVOLUTIONS" LEAD TO A GOVERNMENT MORE REPRESSIVE THAN THE ONE THE PEOPLE OVER THROW.  DARK FORCES ARE THE UNDERLYING DANGER THERE AND BEFORE WE CHEER THE EMERGENCE OF A NEW ORDER WE MUST LOOK AT THE HISTORY OF THAT REGION.

IN CONCLUSION I WILL SIMPLY POSE THIS QUESTION, "IS IT BETTER TO HAVE A FRIENDLY DICTATORSHIP OR A DEMOCRACY DEDICATED TO THE DESTRUCTION OF AMERICA"?
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5 comments:

Sandee said...

It's plain scary. I hope the democracy holds up, but I fear it won't.

Islam the religion of hate and intolerance.

Have a terrific day. :)

John Carey said...

That's the rock and the hard place question Ron. I would say we would be wise to cautiously monitor as things unfold.

Matt said...

There isn't an easy answer to that one. My take is that this isn't going to end well.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

I don't think I would plan any vacations to see the pyramids in the future.

Teresa said...

The state of Egypt continues to be tumultuous. There is no easy answer to your question. I just hope that the Muslim Brotherhood doesn't take over Egypt because that would be extremely bad, if that happens.