Pharaoh Condemns Power Play in Egypt

In January 2011, Barack Hussein Obama essentially called for the overthrow of Egyptian President Mubarak, encouraging lawlessness in Egypt, resulting in Mubarak’s resignation February 11, 2011.   Beforehand, Obama and Hillary Clinton acknowledged they had spent time helping pro-democracy forces organize and execute demonstrations in the streets, protesting Mubarak’s 30-year rule.

Yesterday, taking time away from his multi-million dollar vacation, Obama condemned ongoing violence in Egypt, hinting his administration may intervene on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood against the Egyptian army, and against the very pro-democracy forces he claimed to promote early on.

Egypt has been an ally for 40 years.  Mubarak ruled with an iron fist.  He was far less dictatorial than Nasser but notably more controlling than Sadat.  Egyptian President Anwar Sadat was a leader in securing peace in the region, one murdered by the Muslim Brotherhood largely because he sought peace with Israel.

Mubarak managed to keep a lid on violence in the Middle East, helping to promote peace with Israel as well.   Still, the American president encouraged the overthrow of an ally government, encouraging violence in the street, while promoting the political ambitions of a terrorist organization, the Muslim Brotherhood, an outfit supportive of Hamas and Al-Qaeda, both involved in global terrorism.

The sworn enemies of the U.S., organizations that have declared war on the American government and the American people – The Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, and Al-Qaeda – these are the groups Obama supports and promotes.

Obama has sent hundreds of millions of dollars to Hamas.

Allan Erickson

About the author, Allan Erickson: Allan Erickson---Christian, husband, father, journalist, businessman, screenwriter and author of The Cross & the Constitution in the Age of Incoherence, Tate Publishing, 2012, serves on the board of He is available to speak in churches addressing the topics of faith and freedom. Register & Vote! Contact: View all articles by Allan Erickson

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