Why do Americans seek military-controlled foreign policy in Egypt?

Why do Americans seek military-controlled foreign policy in Egypt?

Cairo : Egypt | Jul 19, 2012 at 7:32 AM PDT
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Why Americans seek military-controlled foreign policy in Egypt?



Today, Americans effectively control the globe by virtue of their direct control of intelligences, militaries, media and intelligentsia across the world. As a result, whatever the CIA-Pentagon guys want get done almost instantly. State terror ploys are the only the outwards expression of secret polices of USA and its puppets, proxies and cronies.

Before invading sovereign Afghanistan, the CIA-Pentagon duo fixed it directives to many of Taliban leaders and their intelligence wings, and announcements were made by CIA in the media in the name of Taliban leadership. And, later, as the NATO entered the Afghan territory with help of hypocritical Pakistani leaders, they began targeting their own agents along with others. That was a through NATO terror attack. The same procedure was adopted when Bush sent NATO forces into Iraq to kill Saddam Hussein and destabilize that Arab world. Almost similar pattern was observed in NATO-UNSC invasion of sovereign Libya, killing Col. Qaddafi and looting Libyan resources. Every where the militaries, intelligences, media and intelligentsia were involved to promote US imperialism objectives.

That is the base of CIA success in Islamic world where they could manipulate bogus Muslims who hate Islam.

Pakistan is the crudest instance of how foreigners could make the weak people do what exactly they want in Pakistan.

Now USA wants to control new Egypt's military and intelligence as well, as before the uprising era- for the sake of protecting illegal Israeli interests in Mideast.

Following the end the of so-called cold war when the then nuclear superpowers America and Russia did not wage wars directly but did so in alien nations by fueling crises and selling them weapons. In order to promote arms sale the big rogue powers fueled the regional crises first by supplying secret information about each other and then by dumping their terror goods.

USA and Russia remain the top arms suppliers globally. Customers in regions may have changed with post cold war equations, but the weapons trade in full swing. And also the regional tensions.

The CIA-Pentagon control over global militaries and intelligence wings has been pervasive and benefiting to Washington. The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) has warned that the parliament must remain closed, saying all state authorities should respect the constitution.

The new president Mursi and lawmakers argue that the dissolution of the assembly was itself unconstitutional. Many people now see the Muslim Brotherhood as well as the Armed Forces, as representatives of the old Egypt. Then there is the external factor of the role that the USA plays in accepting any real challenge to power by the elected Muslim Brotherhood; There is going to be a lot of resistance to peaceful transition of Egypt from within the upper circles of the American government.

Certainly the US government has backed the Armed Forces (SCAF) up till now and they are expecting the Armed Forces to stay at least in control of foreign policy of Egypt. That is going to be a very interesting facet of this whole event.

The position of the Muslim Brotherhood against Israel and for an independent Egypt is crystal clear now. As long as the Mubarak regime was in place, the Muslim Brotherhood cooperated, up to a point, with the regime, there was a symbiotic relationship; that is no longer the case and the Muslim Brotherhood is at odds with the military on a number of subjects.

The people, who went to Tahrir Sq (The Liberation Sq) against Mubarak regime, in the beginning of the Egyptian uprising, did not fully represent the Muslim Brotherhood, nor did they represent the old regime of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt. They wanted change in regime and their own lives. They represented the April sixth, the youth movement, the labor unions and a host of other groups and subgroups that do not feel represented at all, in Egypt right now

So the confrontation between military and the elected presidency would harm the people's genuine interests. Even in the future any kind of power struggle between executive and military setting into motion a kind of balance of forces would be disastrous for the R Egyptians and other Arabs who look forward to new type of regime in Egypt that takes care of people.

The Americans were expecting the armed forces and the Muslim Brotherhood to come to some kind of, at least superficial, agreement. They are still expecting that, that is their anticipation. But open support to military would not ensure stability.

Americans are advised not to interfere in the domestic politics of emerging new Egypt by controlling their military and intelligence, threatening the stability of Egypt. .

د. عبد راف

Dr. Abdul Ruff, Specialist on State Terrorism; Educationalist;Chancellor-Founder of Centor for International Affairs(CIA); Independent Analyst-columnist;Chronicler of Foreign occupations & Freedom movements(Palestine,Kashmir, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Xinjiang, Chechnya, etc); Former university Teacher;/website:abdulruff.wordpress.com/ abdulruff_jnu@yahoo.com/91-9961868309/91-9961868309

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Egypt's President Mursi meets with U.S. Secretary of State Clinton, Egypt's Foreign Minister Kamel Amr and U.S. Ambassador to Egypt Patterson at the presidential palace in Cairo
Egypt's President Mursi meets with U.S. Secretary of State Clinton, Egypt's Foreign Minister Kamel Amr and U.S. Ambassador to Egypt Patterson at the presidential palace in Cairo
abdulruff is based in Ankara, Ankara, Turkey, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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