Is There a General Among Us or Will We Stand Alone?: An Open Letter to the United StatesÂ Military
As Americans watch the events unfold in Egypt, it is hard not to compare their situation to that of our’s. Mohamed Morsi was allegedly fairly elected by the citizens of Egypt and he ran on the platform of being a “uniter.” Sound familiar? He pledged to the Egyptian people to govern from the center and represent all of the various groups and factions, to include the Coptic Christian minority. As a member of the Muslim Brotherhood prior to the 2012 elections in Egypt, it should have been clear to the people where his loyalties would be placed.—Full text below the fold….
Just like the enemedia lied to the American people about the community organising race huckster Obama.
Most Americans still haven’t got a clue about where the Marxist Muslim wants to take ’em…..
Egyptians are a not so obtuse. Are you paying attention?
Libtards & Obama worshippers must be spooked about this……
Just what we all wanted, right?
Looks almost like they had a plan which is now in shambles……
These Bozo’s say anything and commit any crime to hold on to powers that were never theirs to begin with.
Heartbreak. And he doesn’t want blacks in Africa drive cars and have air conditioners, because that melts the planet….
Scratch the surface of a Demoncrat and you find a totalitarian:
Excerpted fromÂ Breitbart:
Would Thomas Payne have been able to pass Dick Durbin’s journalist smell test? Here’s an even better question: Do you really want the likes of Dick Durbin and Chuck Schumer deciding who a journalist is, and therefore who is entitled to the legal protections that go along with the profession? Based on anÂ op-ed in the Chicago Sun-Times, Durbin wants just that.
by, Schuyler Montague
As many of us Americans watch the events unfold in Egypt, it is hard not to compare their situation to that of our’s. Â Mohamed Morsi was allegedly fairly elected by the citizens of Egypt and he ran on the platform of being a “uniter.” Â Sound familiar? Â He pledged to the Egyptian people to govern from the center and represent all of the various groups and factions, to include the Coptic Christian minority. Â As a member of the Muslim Brotherhood prior to the 2012 elections in Egypt, it should have been clear to the people where his loyalties would be placed. Â If it was not obvious to the Egyptian citizens from the beginning, it certainly did not take them long to see the effects of the Â misplaced trust . Â Morsi stated that he would protect the Coptic Christians and their freedom to worship as they chose, although in reality, this was not the case. Â He actually formed hard line Islamic Muslim Brotherhood Militias to attack the Christian minorities and there were many instances of deaths, tortures and disappearances. Â Not to mention the damage to Churches and private property owned by the Coptics. Â Morsi went hard left and led a fascist regime that was controlled by the few and for the fewer. Â On his watch, the economy went south while unemployment skyrocketed and all he cared about was maintaining his grasp on power. Â Well, the people decided things had gone too far for too long and the cry for freedom went out.
This cry for freedom did not go unheard. Â About a week ago, millions of Egyptians decided to gather in protest in Tahrir Square and let their feelings be known. Â It did not take long before one General within the Egyptian Army made the decision and subsequent announcement that “We, the military stand with the people..” Â Not only did he issue a statement that clearly expressed the sentiment that the military would defend the people from attack, but he gave President Morsi a 48 hour ultimatum to step down from office or he would be taken down. Â True to their word, as Morsi refused to relinquish his position, the military came forward and surrounded the Presidential quarters and declared “Morsi is out and we are in control.” Â And, just like that.. the people were handed their nation back from the hands of a dictator. Â What began as a movement of dissension within the citizens, was picked up by one General in the military and from that, freedom was reborn. Â How ironic that Egypt may now find the Fourth of July as their day of Independence as well. Â
Today we find ourselves in a very similar position in America. Â More than half of the citizens believe that the nation is headed in the wrong direction fast. Â We were sold a lie and even though half of us did not make the purchase, all of us are paying the price. Â We were promised a government of transparency and what we were given is anything but. Â We were told that Obama would be a “uniter’” and in reality, the nation has never been more clearly divided. Â You do not have to look far to see the dissension in America today and the high level of disgust. Â And yet, the citizens have not evidently reached the point of taking their message from the pages of their social sites and acting on them in the streets. Â I believe there are several contributing factors to this reality, Â One being the unanswered question: Â ”If I go out in the streets, will I be there alone or will others come in behind me?” Â So, this is a question that must be answered.
On this very day 237 years ago, we declared our independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain, although are we still independent today? Â We are in dire need for a new found declaration from the tyranny of the kingdom within. Â It is very important that all of our service members understand and remember the Oath of Enlistment they took when they were sworn into the Armed Forces of the United States.
The Oath of Enlistment to the Armed Forces of the United States of America:
“I, (NAME), do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God.”