Egypt – Revolution Part Deux and the New World Order
A war of terminology is raging across the globe as pro-Morsi forces are claiming that this week’s overthrow of the Muslim Brotherhood’s President of Egypt was a military coup.
The big debate now is what happened on Wednesday? Was it a coup or a revolution? There’s a big difference in the eyes of the world and the U.S.
If it’s a military coup than $1.5 Billion of U.S. aid can be cut off by President Obama. If it’s a revolution than all bets are off and the turnover of leadership is looked on as a triumph of the people. One African organization has already kicked Egypt out of its group with others still waiting to see what the U.S. does.
Generally speaking, when the majority of the people in a country view an overthrow as a good thing it’s called a revolution, but when the majority sees it as a bad thing, it’s a coup, either military or non-military.
You see the word coup is bad thing to the New World Order. They view that type of action as against the people. A coup is what super powers used to do when they didn’t like what a government was doing. They, Russia or Western Powers would send in mercenaries or other third party forces to do the dirty work, leaving the people of the country to the whim of the new leaders. That’s not very Democratic, is it?
Again, you see the New World Order at work influencing U.S. policy. There are new rules of the road for every President, even a U.S. President, and they must follow them or be shunned globally. The New World Order is driving ever deeper stakes into the foreign policies of powerful countries like the U.S., China and Russia.
It could almost be said that the only influence a super power or near super power has now days is its ability to sway public opinion by the use of wireless devices and social media. The days of the nuclear sub overloaded with nuclear tipped missiles has become passé. The real power now is the ability to sway public opinion. Now, doesn’t that sound familiar……..? – N.P.Contompasis