10/9 Arab Spring Update: Christians are not Welcome in the “New” Egypt

By John Galt
October 9, 2011 – 18:00 ET

Apparently the Obama regime’s support of the Arab Spring movement will be forgotten no matter how many innocent bodies are piled up.

From Reuters tonight:

Nineteen killed as Egyptian Christians, police clash

5:38pm EDT

By Dina Zayed and Patrick Werr

CAIRO (Reuters) – Nineteen people were killed in Cairo on Sunday when Christians, some carrying crosses and pictures of Jesus, clashed with military police, medical and security sources said, in the latest sectarian flare-up in a country in political turmoil.

Christians protesting against an attack on a church threw rocks and petrol bombs and set cars on fire, as thick smoke wafted through the streets in some of the most violent scenes since an uprising ousted President Hosni Mubarak in February.

Hundreds fought with sticks on a Cairo bridge and protests later spread to Tahrir Square, the focal point of the February uprising, as Muslims joined the rally out of solidarity.

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Uh, I thought our guarantee of hundreds of millions of dollars along with the Saudis agreeing to buy their bonds would “stabilize” things.

Guess not.

Then again, I warned my readers that this would end up in a massive genocidal wave to “purify” the region of all non-Muslims and those Muslims who did not want to work within a modern more peaceful world.

The “new order” will soon find out that the world is no longer willing to participate and wishes to create their own vision and program for the future. Too bad thousands of innocents must die as the two manipulators learn the truth.

1 Comment on "10/9 Arab Spring Update: Christians are not Welcome in the “New” Egypt"

  1. Desertrat | 09/10/2011 at 18:23 |

    Odds are that Obama’s successor–if not the present Congress–may well end the waste of tax dollars in “aid” to Egypt. Last I heard, it was somewhere above $3 billion a year.

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