Egyptian Coup could cut Iran off Suez Canal



Editor’s Note…

The recent Egyptian coup dealt a major blow not only to the Obama regime and its Sunni Muslim Brotherhood (including its local puppets in Gaza \ Hamastan) but also to the Fascist Shiite Ayatollah regime which has usurped the Iranian republic in 1979 on behalf of the Anglo-American oligarchy.

Right from the beginning of the “Arab spring” in Egypt two years ago it was clear that the Muslim Brotherhood was doing the bidding of Washington’s trilateral commission and orchestrated by a network of CIA related globalist NGOs. Nevertheless, the Ayatollah regime which is believed for some mysterious reason to be a sworn enemy of the CIA (who deliberately transferred nuclear technology to the Ayatollahs via the Khan network) ,was publicly very happy about the brotherhood’s ascendance to power – not the first instance of convergence of interests between the Ayatollahs and the CIA. During the months before the coup it was reported that Iranian IRGC officers were beginning to assist and train the Egyptian brotherhood how to form its own revolutionary guards militia that would be able to counter balance the powerful Egyptian army – undoubtedly one of the main motivations for the army to carry out this coup. The illegal Ayatollah regime is a dialectic part and parcel of the allied caliphate plan devised by Obama’s handlers in the Trilateral commission, which aimed at transforming the Middle East into a double headed Shiite-Sunni hydra, equipped with nuclear weapons and fielding large numbers of fanatic terrorists towards Russia’s southern flank. Only difference is that the Ayatollahs play the “bad cop” in Washington’s Hegelian dialectic scheme, thereby repeating much of the pattern observed in 1930s Europe when both Stalin and Hitler were bankrolled by the same globalist power structure against the European heartland.

Despite the turbulent events in Egypt these days there may be room for cautious optimism : if the Brotherhood can be rolled back from its conquests in North Africa, Gaza and the Levant, then the Erdoghan regime in Turkey could be the next Islamist domino to fall (assuming the Turkish army will follow the Egyptian example) – to the mutual benefit of Russia, Greece, Cyprus, Syria and Israel. A secular nationalist alliance between the aforementioned powers could prove to be the real counter force to the Ayatollah regime, once its dialectic Siamese twin (aka the Muslim brotherhood) is finally decapitated. Cutting it off from the Suez canal, as the report below suggests could be the first step. Time will tell.   



Iran could find itself cut off once again from access to the Suez Canal as a result of the forced removal of Muslim Brotherhood-backed Egyptian President Muhammad Morsi, according to a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

Deposed by a military coup on July 3, Morsi had allowed Iran to use the canal after 30 years of being denied access by deposed Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who had the military’s backing until nationwide demonstrations demanded his ouster in January 2011.

Mubarak, a Sunni, had been on the outs with Shiite Iran since the 1979 Iranian revolution. One reason was he gave asylum to the U.S.-backed Shah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, who had held that position since September 1941.

With Morsi granting Iran access to the Suez Canal, Tehran has had strategic naval access to the Mediterranean Sea and the ability to more directly reach its close ally, Syria.

Access to the canal has also given Tehran the ability to project naval power into the Atlantic Ocean, which it previously had a difficult time reaching.

Iran has announced that it will place its warships near the coasts of the United States.

With the military firmly back in power after ousting the democratically elected Morsi, sources believe it will revert back to banning Iran from passing through the Suez Canal.

In reasserting its control, the military opened fire on demonstrating Morsi supporters, turning the situation into a confrontation that suggests the potential for civil war in Egypt.

The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt is very large and has considerable grassroots backing. While the Brotherhood has claimed that it will remain peaceful, elements are expected to turn violent due to its leadership being ousted by the military.

The entire unraveling of events in Egypt occurred after Egyptian military chief Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi announced that Morsi had been removed from office due to the continuing unrest throughout the country.

In making the announcement, he was flanked by the chiefs of the three military services, opposition leaders, the pope of the Coptic Church and the sheikh of al-Azhar Mosque.

Al-Sisi then announced that Adly Mansour, chief justice of the Constitutional Court – an appointee of Mubarak – would replace Morsi as interim president pending new parliamentary and presidential elections.

Such a development shows that Morsi never was able to bring the Egyptian military, the security services, the judiciary and state bureaucracy under his control.

The Obama administration has not called the military removal of a duly elected president a “coup,” since that would prompt an automatic cut-off of military and economic assistance to Egypt.

However, it won’t preclude members of Congress determining that a military coup occurred in Egypt and decide to pass legislation cutting off those funds, which amount to $1.6 billion, of which $1.3 billion goes to the Egyptian military.

Despite its concerns over the removal of Morsi, the Obama administration quietly is backing the military, reminiscent of its support for the military-backed regime of President Hosni Mubarak until the Arab Spring occurred in Egypt.

The military helps maintain the security arrangement the U.S. had with Egypt, along with Saudi Arabia, Israel and Jordan.


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