Confirmed: Obama Aligned With Muslim Brotherhood To Have Role In Egyptian Government

Guest Post by Mara Zebest

Obama is very predictable if you understand his alliance with Islam via Al-Qaeda, and the Muslim Brotherhood. Just review his playbook throughout his history which can be summed up in the Odinga flashback to 2008 video below—a blueprint for what we see from the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt today. Obama was behind his cousin Odinga’s illegal push into power. The goal is always to enact warfare to have Obama-agenda supporters kill off the opposition. 

Similar to Obama’s call for Odinga to play a role in Africa (in which Odinga is now calling all the shots)—Obama specifically is calling for the Muslim Brotherhood to have a role in Egyptian government. Translation: Put the Muslim Brotherhood back into complete control. There is no compromising with the Muslim Brotherhood.


Newsbusters notes that the AP press reports are avoiding disclosure of Obama’s support to put the MB back into power, but Bloomberg has given us a glimpse into the revealed details:

Nicole Gaouette and John Walcott at Bloomberg BusinessWeek have revealed that the Obama administration has specifically stated that it wants the Muslim Brotherhood to have a role in any new Egyptian government. Meanwhile, other news outlets, particularly the Associated Press, have avoided disclosing that specific detail.

There are two “little” problems with the administration’s disclosed position. The first is that now-deposed Mohammed Morsi’s final speech on Tuesday was seen as a promise that there would be civil war if he were ousted. The second is that Morsi supporters in the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist groups have promised to carry out a campaign of terror until Morsi is reinstalled, and are keeping that promise. Those two factors should objectively disqualify the Brotherhood’s involvement. Excerpts from the Bloomberg pair’s report follow the jump (bolds are mine):

The Obama administration’s call for an “inclusive” political process in Egypt with a role for the Muslim Brotherhood has been overshadowed by conflict between security forces and supporters of the Islamist group.

Violent protests in Cairo and elsewhere over the military’s ouster of President Mohamed Mursi raised doubts about prospects for an eventual accommodation that would allow the Brotherhood that supports him to compete in new elections.

Read more here.

It should also be noted that the Muslim Brotherhood (with direct connections to the White House) is pressuring Obama to declare the military takeover a ‘coup’. Obama is not quite ready to declare it a coup yet, since the ‘coup’ designation would mean taking U.S. aid to Egypt off the table as reported by the Hill:

Gehad El-Haddad, the spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood, on Sunday pressed the U.S. to label the military takeover in Egypt a “coup” and vowed that his group would not rest until deposed President Mohamed Morsi was returned to power.

The Obama administration has avoided calling the military action a coup, legal language which could block the $1.5 billion in aid the U.S. sends to Egypt every year.

Read more here.

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