Video & artikler: Egyptens dødskamp trækker ud – nyt holocaust rykker nærmere

Folks, it doesn’t look good for Egypt:

Looting the Egyptian Currency: Democracy in Action

By David P. Goldman – November 25th, 2011

The ugly denouement of the so-called Egyptian Spring is visible in the collapse of Egypt’s stock exchange (down 11% in the first three days of this week) and the impending collapse of the Egyptian pound, as residents and foreigners flee to hard currency. A unique sort of brutality characterizes Egypt’s currency crisis: banks cannot meet the demand for currency because it is impossible transport bank notes. Mobs hijack the armored cars, as Al Ahram reported today:

“Demand on the dollar increased by 100 per cent since Saturday,” said Bilal Khalil, deputy head of the exchange division of the Federation of Egyptian Chambers of Commerce (FCC).

Khalil went on to say that many people prefer to convert pounds to dollars in times of crisis. “The exceptionally high demand on the American dollar resulted in a shortage of supply and a higher cost,” he said.

Mere HER hos Pajamas Media. Kan også læses her hos Free Republic.

What Do Totalitarians Do When They Gain Power Democratically?

November 25, 2011 – by Barry Rubin

In the last scene of the film “The Candidate,” about a U.S. Senate election, the victorious candidate expresses American cynicism about politics by asking, “What do we do now?” The idea is that politicians just want to get into power but have no idea of how to deal with problems or even a coherent worldview. Soon deadlock will set in and nothing is really going to change.  It is the sarcasm fit for an open, non-ideological system where individual ambition prevails.  But as long as there’s always another election, we know that things will be all right and life will be tolerable.

Not so in the Arabic-speaking Middle East.  These politicians know precisely what they want to do: seize state power (albeit by peaceful means, if possible), fundamentally transform their societies, and hold onto state power forever. And they are capable of changing things a lot.

Naïve Western officials, journalists, and “experts” think that an electoral victory for the Islamists is just fine and dandy. They will obey the rules; be worn down by the necessary compromises of democratic politics; have to focus their effortson collecting garbage, running schools, and fixing roads; and then another election will come along and things will always be all right.

Mere HER hos Pajamas Media.

Egypt: between the devil and the deep blue sea

By Melanie Phillips – 23 November 2011

The violence in Egypt has continued to escalate as the demonstrators out on the streets insist that the army council step down immediately. A brief truce brokered by clerics earlier today appears to have collapsed. There is no doubt that Egypt’s military regime has behaved, and will continue to behave, with great brutality. But as I wrote here two days ago, Egypt is between the devil and the deep blue sea. Bad as the military regime may be, the most likely alternative of a Muslim Brotherhood regime would be worse. The army cracks down on dissent, which is bad enough; the Islamists, however, crack down on the freedom just to be.

Mere HER i The Daily Mail. Kan også læses her på Melanie Phillips blog. Og dødstrusler. Nyt folkedrab forude? Den søde, kærlige venstrefløj og deres presse ville omgående gå til angreb på enhver, der forsøgte at forhindre det. En ting er, at arabere siger, de vil myrde. Men at sige, at de siger det? Nej, der går grænsen. Det ville være dæmonisering og det kan vi jo ikke have:

Cairo rally: One day we’ll kill all Jews

Muslim Brotherhood holds venomous anti-Israel rally in Cairo mosque Friday; Islamic activists chant: Tel Aviv, judgment day has come

Eldad Beck – November 25, 2011

Arab hate: A Muslim Brotherhood rally in Cairo’s most prominent mosque Friday turned into a venomous anti-Israel protest, with attendants vowing to “one day kill all Jews.”

Some 5,000 people joined the rally, called to promote the “battle against Jerusalem’s Judaization.” The event coincided with the anniversary of the United Nations’ partition plan in 1947, which called for the establishment of a Jewish state.

Mere HER i Ynetnews.

Michael Coren on batshit crazy Egyptian politician

Here’s your “Arab spring.”

Andre kilder: Pajamas Media, The Telegraph, National Review Online, The New York Daily News,

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