Egyptian Protesters Demanding Ouster of Obama’s Buddy Morsi

On October 14, 1981, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat was assassinated after nearly 30 years as the country’s third president.  Vice President Hosni Mubarak was sworn in as the fourth president of land of pyramids.  Mubarak ruled Egypt with a strong iron hand.  Many considered him to be more of a dictator than a president.  He was charged with a number of human rights violations. In 2010, the movement to oust Mubarak gained strength both within Egypt and from the international community.  Read more […]

Obama Re-Elected by Illiterate Society Says Russian Newspaper

While a small majority of the American people continue to celebrate the re-election of the worst and most corrupt president in US history, the rest of the world is mocking our stupidity.  Looking from the outside, they see how Obama has constantly lied to the American people.  They also see him for what he really is, a communist.  And they see him repeating the same mistakes that other communist leaders made in the past.  Yet, the 62 million Americans that voted for Obama are blind to what is Read more […]

Obama Says Egypt Not an Ally, Media Clarifies and Modifies for Obama

In stating Wednesday night in an interview that he does not “think that we would consider [Egypt] an ally,” Barack Obama inadvertently acknowledged he botched big-time. He added that America does not consider Egypt an enemy, either. When Obama took office in January 2009, it was known: Egypt was an ally, unquestionably. Now there is ambiguity; as we have seen so often during his presidency, when the answer calls for A or B, Obama picks A and B. Ambiguity is not a good position for a president Read more […]