M K Bhadrakumar, "Egypt Thumbs
The Nose At US," Asia Times Online, August 21, 2012
[Washington engineered Hosni Mubarak's ouster. He fell from grace. He
opposed Obama's regional agenda. It cost him dearly.
He became more liability than asset. Mohammed Morsi replaced him.
He's Washington's man in Egypt. Hard line rule continues.
Morsi's its public face. Egypt's anti-democratic tradition persists.
Junta power rules. The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF)
runs things.--Stephen Lendman, "Mass
Protests Rock Egypt," sjlendman.blogspot.com, July 1, 2013]
[The number of people who joined in protests on Sunday was between 14m and 17m
people--Gregg Carlstrom, "Army
delivers ultimatum to end Egypt crisis: President Mohamed Morsi and opposition groups told they
have 48 hours to calm protests, or face intervention.," aljazeera.com, July 1, 2013]
[Secular Algerians supported their army in 1992 when it cancelled the second round of
elections which would have been won by the Islamic Salvation Front. The "national
security" of the state was in danger, the Algerian generals said - the very words used
by Egypt's military leaders on Monday. And there followed in Algeria a civil war that
killed 250,000 people.--Robert Fisk, "Military rule would be more
like the silly junta who took over after Mubarak," independent.co.uk, July 1, 2013]
"Egypt's Army Says Morsi Role at Syria Rally Seen as
Turning Point," Reuters, July 2, 2013
"Army ousts Egypt's President
Morsi," bbc.co.uk, July 3, 2013
Robert Fisk, "When is a military coup not a
military coup? When it happens in Egypt, apparently," independent.co.uk, July 4, 2013
[Far from a spontaneous uprising by Egyptians, - aka "a people's revolution" - what
really happened was a putsch orchestrated by Egypt's "deep government" and outside
powers - the latest phase of the counter-revolution against the so-called Arab Spring. .
The dictatorship's old guard - better known as the "deep government" - sought to thwart
every move of the Brotherhood.--Eric Margolis, "The
US Destroys a Moderate Muslim Regime," lewrockwell.com, July 8, 2013
Emad Mekay, "US
bankrolled anti-Morsi activists: Documents reveal US money trail to Egyptian groups that
pressed for president's removal," aljazeera.com, July 10, 2013
[The Mubarakist bourgeoisie's response was that Egypt was theirs to pillage alone and
that they would not allow some Islamist upstarts to move in on their territory. . . .
Mubarak's bourgeoisie set their media empires loose on Mursi and the MB. Week after
week, hour after hour, on television, in the press, on social media, especially Facebook
but also twitter, a campaign of vilification, exaggerations, and outright lies would
ensue. . . . Gripped by popular fascist love fests for the army, Egypt is now ruled by an army
whose top leadership was appointed and served under Mubarak, and is presided over by a
judge appointed by Mubarak, and is policed by the same police used by Mubarak.--Joseph
Without Mubarak: The Struggle for Egypt," counterpunch.org, July 12, 2013]
Hamza Hendawi and Maggie Michael, "Egypt
Clashes: Weekend Death Toll Hits 80 As Interior Minister Warns Sit-Ins,"
huffingtonpost.com, July 28, 2013
Patrick Kingsley, "Egypt
restores feared secret police units," theguardian.com, July 29, 2013
[Egyptian authorities have, by their own count, detained 22,000 people since the July
2013 military-backed ouster of the democratically elected president, Mohamed
Morsy.--Glenn Greenwald, "After Feigning Love for Egyptian Democracy, U.S.
Back To Openly Supporting Tyranny," firstlook.org, October 2, 2014]