Egyptians did what Germans should’ve done long ago

“I really don’t care much if the whole world called it a military coup, though it’s not, as long as Egypt rids itself of the nightmare of the Islamists and the MB rule.”

By Dr. Ashraf Ezzat

Hitler, Morsi-1

What happened on June 30 in Egypt, whom the Egyptians proudly insist on calling the second wave of their revolution, was not a thing that erupted on the spur of the moment; rather it was due to a snowballing buildup of collective dissatisfaction and fear over the last year.

Dissatisfied by the incompetent Muslim Brotherhood ‘MB’ governance and alarmed by their blatant agenda to turn Egypt into another Somalia or Afghanistan, Egyptians revolted again.

But this time they rallied in millions across the country not against a failing president or government, but against a fascist group that peddles religion, feeds on ignorance and prejudice and craves authoritarian power and in doing that the MB respects no civil norms and leaves nothing behind except chaos, violence and ruins of a nation.

I really don’t care much if the whole world called it a military coup, though it’s not, as long as Egypt rids itself of the nightmare of the Islamists and the MB rule.

Revolt like an Egyptian

On June 30, 2013, Egyptians and for the second time in almost two years took to the streets in unprecedented numbers and fashion, mesmerized the world, surprised –or better yet fooled- the observing political circles around the world, and kicked out another incumbent president who failed to deliver on his electoral promises. (watch my video of live rallies in Alexandria on June 30th)

But in fact there is a lot more to this revolution than just broken promises. A lot more actually…

This is a historical precedent, and if we want to grasp the rationale behind this revolution, we ought to examine it in a historical context.

I know a lot of conspiracy theory addicts would rather see it in a Mossad/CIA –orchestrated thriller context, as if the Egyptians were hordes of cows who could not think for themselves which way to go.

As a matter of fact the CIA was regularly receiving affirming reports from the American Embassy in Cairo that Egypt’s state of affairs is well under the control of MB and that they are a sure bet.

Ann Patterson, the US ambassador to Egypt, or the wicked witch as Egyptians like to call her, used to spend more time with the MB supreme guide than with her staff.

Ann patterson
Ann Patterson, US ambassador to Egypt

And even after the fall of the MB, Patterson refused to give up on her bet, and convinced the leaders of the MB to try and mobilize their loyalists and stir up violence to convince the west that Egypt is on the brink of a civil war. Actually, Patterson’s scenario could do well in a tribal country like Syria, or Pakistan, where Patterson served before, but definitely not in Egypt.

I really love it when the west starts peeking at the Egyptian scene, through headlines and clueless TV reports, specially the brotherhoodized Al Jazeera’s, and when things get a little bit out of hand and may be beyond expectations and plans, we begin to hear the reactionary clichés “This is a coup, this is undemocratic. After all, Morsi is an elected president”

Egypt’s military in history

Well, I have news for everybody, Morsi, the clumsiest and weakest in the long history of Egyptian presidency and monarchy, was not the president; he was just a ‘Stebn’- Arabic for a spare flat tire – that’s what the public called him.

The real power and orders came from the office of the Morshid – the supreme guide of the MB group- something similar to the Nazi Fuhrer.

Again and from a historical perspective, perhaps Egypt does import many of the western ready-made products and goods, but when it comes to domestic policy and authority, the land of the pyramids has a very old model of governance the whole world should learn from.

Egypt, the land that witnessed the first powerful central government in the history of mankind (3100 BC), has always relied on a strong and patriotic national army to protect the Egyptian nation from dangers and threats, be that external or internal.

At the critical moments, and whenever the country took an ugly turn, the Egyptian army and generals have always stepped in and saved the day for the Egyptian nation.

Abdel fattah el Sesi
Abdul Fattah El Sisi, Egypt’s military chief

It is a repeated scenario that could be traced from Colonel Nasser 1952, way back to the time of commander Horemheb 1319 BC, who saved a crumbling empire after the turmoil era of the heretic king, Akhenaten.

And now we witness the addition of a new name in this long list of honor and glory; General Abdul Fatah El Sisi, commander in chief of Egypt army.

Egypt’s first elected president

The rule of the MB was not just another term in office in a democratic system; it was the beginning of the end of the civil society Egypt has come to know and embrace since 1805 which witnessed the last days of the rule of the Ottoman Empire.

May be the MB resorted to one of the Western Democratic tools, elections that is, to get into the political Egyptian Arena, but that was just a one-time cheap trick not to be needed again; for they came to stay and to stay for good.

Nobody could deny that Mubarak’s rule was tainted with corruption and dictatorship, but that was common practice for Egyptians throughout most of their long history, it was ugly but nothing Egyptians haven’t seen worse before during the colonial or Ottoman era, or even the Roman one for that matter.

But the Muslim Brotherhood and their pathetic puppet, Mohamed Morsi, the so called democratically elected president, were trying to demolish the civil pillars of the country, brotherhoodize the Judiciary, legislative, and administrative institutions, immerse the constitution with controversial and radical Sharia law, wipe out press freedom, terrorize the Christian and Shiite minorities and turn the women into veiled ghosts who could only uncover their upper veils to be fed, and their lower ones to get impregnated.

In short, the MB, an international syndicate of obscenely financed and radically brain-washed islamists, were trying to hijack Egypt and turn it into the model they all treasure as the ideal Islamic Emirate, The Taliban example in Afghanistan.

MB and al Qaeda/Hamas connection

Few months after Morsi took office, he swiftly and regularly released all the Islamist prisoners, who got convicted over terrorist operations, including the murder of the late president Sadat.

And moreover, Al-Qaeda leader, Ayman El-Zawahri, was encouraged to send many of his terrorist cells over to Egypt and to begin operating in North Africa, and the Middle East from their new headquarters, Sinai, which was a few inches close to being declared an Islamic emirate.

Morsi, himself, the so called democratically elected president, turned out to be an ex-convict who was detained in prison on charges of collaboration with foreign intelligence.

Morsi broke out of jail by force on January 28, 2011 amid the security vacuum that ensued after MB gangs attacked and burned down the police stations around the country, at the first days of the 2011 revolution.

And now Morsi is detained, pending investigations over crimes of  collaboration with foreign intelligence, jeopardizing Egypt’s national security and illegally breaking out of jail. And in any respected democracy, runaway convicts don’t run for presidency.

And guess who bulldozed down the walls of the Egyptian prisons and got him out with hundreds of convicted inmates?  … They were the Militias of Hamas (offshoot of the MB) and by the way, Hamas was also democratically elected, or in other words, eternally elected.

And one of the most dramatic consequences of the fall of the MB rule, besides Patterson’s magic going wrong, is that Egyptians grew ever more suspicious of Hamas and its secret connection with MB and began to see it as a potential threat to the Egyptian national security.

I know, at this point, many will jump in, and probably start sniffing around and will conclude by saying ‘ Aha, we smell Mossad’ … But the truth is that the Hamas-MB connection was stinky enough, the Israelis only had to stand back and enjoy the scene getting uglier.

And that’s why Morsi & the MB amazingly turned out to be strategic assets for the Israelis, who envisioned in their secret promises of giving away Sinai to Hamas, a final solution to their eternal conflict the Palestinians.

Redefining Democracy

Morsi, escaped convict facing crimes of high treason
Morsi, escaped convict facing crimes of high treason

Is there a democratic system around the globe that finds out that its incumbent president is a runaway convict and a traitor who is also accused of electoral fraud and let him carry on in office till the end of his term?

Is there a democracy in this world whose presidency endorses and allows mobs of Islamists and MB loyalists to besiege the supreme constitutional court and humiliate its honorable judges to intimidate them into passing their laws and deformed constitution?

May be Morsi was democratically elected-his campaign is accused of electoral fraud; fake ballot papers, and tampering with the national register of electors- but he surely did not govern democratically afterwards.

This is part and parcel of the Islamists’ scheme, justified by their beliefs and theorists; play the infidels’ game until you have a good grip on power, then it’s a whole new game with a whole new rules; the Islamists’ emirate and their twisted interpretation of Islam and Sharia.

The road to Iran

Of course, the USA and Israel were quite pleased by the way things were turning, or better yet deteriorating, in Egypt under the rule of a religious fascism like that of the MB, a group with affiliates all around Israel; in Jordan, Syria, Hamas and down to Sudan. A group like that could be conveniently employed as a Sunni belt to encircle and help take down the Shiite nation of Iran.

The MB was going to be exploited to take down Iran, the current enemy of Israel and the USA, but only to be hunted down and dealt with as a terrorist organization soon afterwards exactly like what happened to Osama Bin Laden, a used to be CIA-agent.

And believe me the Mujahideen, and MB recruits and members have the same dogmatic mentality that, never learn from history, and will always qualify them as flies ready to be trapped in any foreign intelligence web.

One look at the Syrian circus of Mujahideens’ warfare will suffice as a living proof of how easy it is to turn any part of the Middle East into a sectarian inferno with the help of groups that peddles religion like Hamas and MB and of course the Jewish state of Israel- the founder of modern day religious fanaticism and the world sponsor for insanely mixing religion and politics

The second wave of the Egyptian revolution, protected and endorsed by the Egyptian army is not a blow to democracy, rather the contrary; it is reestablishing democracy that should be based on separating the synagogue, the mosque and the church from state.

It might be a blow to the US/Israel plan to turn the Middle East into a dreadful Sunni vs. Shiite war zone, in preparation to take down Iran. And it is also a severe blow to the US credibility in the Middle East which witnessed throughout the last couple of years the fall and the forsaking of all US allies in the region.

The Regime of the MB, stripped of his so called political Islam cloak, is a fascist one exactly like that of German Nazism.

And ironically enough, and also from a historical point of view, Hitler was a democratically elected president who, like Morsi and his radical group, was trying to Hijack a great nation and take it on a downhill cruise to the dark ages.

Only we, Egyptians, did what the Germans should have done long time ago. We kicked the Morshid/ Fuhrer out of office.

35 thoughts on “Egyptians did what Germans should’ve done long ago

  1. comparing adolf hitler heidler to an islamic puppet is like comparing apples to oranges ..flippnat statment ism is also repugnant ..heidler was a rotschild …proove it 100% or shut up ..what he did do for germany was what jewish bolshevik zioneers undid to germany with the weimar corrupt versaille dictatorial edict which destroyed germany ..its a long story so go read it ..russias struggle with insanity has everything to do with islam reaching for supremecy and the filthy islamics like to behead all their pow’s..indid had this problem and it wasnt cured even by giving the insane extremist moslems their own state “pakistan” a state for moslems only ..on and on and so on do realize that 99% of the bomb targets in germany ww2 were all civilian targets right ?
    and that heidler did not want5 to depoy tabum or sarin agianst allied forces who were decimating not only civilian germany but france and italy as well ..rape .pillage and mureder to say that american forces destroyed europes onl;y hope aginst islam and communism would be a understatment as these entities were alowed to grow unchecked and take over europe and palestine and basically work together today ..some of the commentores need to read a few hundred books and stop watching the history channel ..take a look around you at the unchecked bolshevist jewish communism and criminal lawless islam corrupting and destroying peace and balance everywhere ..mrdering whites and christians with the aid of islamic foot soldiers i maerica ..or dont you know about the islamic zebra killers and yaweh ben yaweh or nbpp or nation iof islam who are all black marxist moslem foot soldiers in the genocide of white america ..


  2. Hi. I would like to ask.. how is it possible that only 50% of people voted. This mean that the people dont trust political? If is it possible that someone can change the rules having only 25% of people in favour, there’s a ploblem in the rules. Thanks all Egiptyan people, and have peace fast.


  3. Dear Dr. Ezzat,

    Your excellent article/exposé is on of a kind and, comes at a time, that is witnessing a maelstrom of confusing disinformation sponsored by so-called democratic countries and their dishonest media.
    The West’s plan has been in the works for quite some time and I hope that with pieces such as yours its perfidy is widely exposed.
    Many thanks!

    Essam Samné


      1. Hullo Dr. Ashraf Ezzat,
        I thought might be intereste to know about Webster Tarpley’s radio of this last Friday. He is very enthusiastic about what has now happened in Egypt. He thinks Egypt should quickly join BRICS – Brazil,Russia,India,China and South Africa – to get away from the vile IMF. He hopes that will happen soon. His website is


  4. Thank you eleantari98, and yes I quite agree that the truth about Hitler needs to unravel. As for the Isis cult and the Egyptian roots of Christianity, that will be the subject of one of my coming posts.


  5. It might be useful for people here to see a video on Youtube posted by Julian Schoeman and called “The Walls Came Tumblin’ Down.” It was made by John McCarthy who was held hostage in Beirut. He spent many months in the “Holy Land” talking to many archaeologists. There is absolutely no evidence of Hebrews – or Jews – there.
    Furthermore, Christianity was the religion of the Egyptians. “IUSA the KRST was born on the 25th. December of a Virgin called IsisMery. He taught in the Temple at age 12 and was baptised at age 30 by Anup the Baptiser – who was beheaded. He had 12 companions, he walked on water, healed the sick, raised the dead and was crucified. He died, was buried in a tomb of rock and he was resurrected – naturally.”

    I think it was probably Constantine who – needing money from the Jews, agreed to nort only make Christianity the State religion – but to make out that the Christ was a Jew!

    Isis was still being worshipped around the Meditteranean in the Middle Ages – or later.

    The Venetian bankers – Jews – were asked for money by the knights who were on their way to fight the 4th Crusade. Before the Jews in Venice would lend them the money they wanted (ten thousand knights were camped in Venice) they were sent to a town which I think was on the Danube to destroy it – it was a place where Isis was still worshipped.

    Those Christian knights destroyed it all for the sake of the Jewish money –

    Webster Tarpley writes brilliantly in “The Venetian Conspiracy.”


  6. I agree with everything here ~ it all makes sense. But although I am not a fanatic Hitlerite, I do believe that he was not the criminal you post him as.

    “Hijack a great nation and take it on a downhill cruise to the dark ages” This is very very wrong. Hitler wrested his nation back from Jewish hands and made the German people prosperous again ~ until WW2 and the ensuing genocide of the German people. There were no dark ages involved or planned. Those dark ages … modern feudalism… they are here now.

    And all honour to the brave Egyptians who fight for their rights.


    1. I am glad to find another person speaking out about Hitler and Germany. There is a lot to learn about it all. The truth is that we are now struggling to survive – the whole World is now struggling against the very forces and families who destroyed Germany in the most terrible, cruel and entirely unjust, most brutal way – in a way which normal human beings find horrifying in the extreme.

      Please look into Please watch on Youtube “The Greatest Story Never Told.” We need to understand who is the real enemy of mankind, before it is too late.


    2. Germany was targeted in both world wars by Soviet jews. He did his best to defend his people and to get the economy back up to which he wrote about in MEIN KAMPF which was originally called FOUR AND A HALF YEARS OF STRUGGLE AGAINST STUPIDITY: COWARDICE AND LIES! I did extensive research. He only wanted his country out of their hands. They are now ruling in israel and in the US, UK etc., and could care less about people and democracies. The little boy from Austria was the real thing, he tried. He did not want war with the same villians as in the first war. He tried to avoid war at all costs.

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      1. ANITA BRUCKNER, as one gets older he is supposed to grow wiser. In that sense, I really find a big chunk of logic in your comment. Thank you for dropping by this site.


  7. Thank you Dr. Ashraf Ezzat for an excellent article that says it like it is. Gives a lot of reasons to ” revolt like an Egyptian”.


  8. What can I say ? Your article hits the fact of Muslims brotherhood , I hope this will be the beging of new Egypt
    Thank you Dr. Ashraf Ezzat


  9. “Actually, Patterson’s scenario could do well in a tribal country like Syria, or Pakistan,………………. ” correction Dr Ezzat Pakistan kicked out the “ugly vile wicked witch” and Egypt took the left overs.
    Let me get this right; Egypt is “better” because they accept the “horsemen of zionised colonialism”?
    we are no fans of Morsi or any other Muslim leader
    ALL bar none give a damn about people/rich culture/tradition and as for religion – none knows the ISLAMIC teaching.
    All of these corrupt barbaric savages know is corruption and how to be a whore of US zionised imperialism. US poisoned chalice =AID to the militarily to keep the hellish squatter state safe. We do not support Hamas either but to say the Egyptian military protects Egyptians is ludicrous, to say the least.
    Egyptians have to take back EVERTHING that is Egyptiian and tell EU/US/Hell to get lost. Till they do that it is “the same all whorish hell”
    will Egyptians do that?
    the gerries haven’t improved much they are kissing the backside of the hellis


      1. Thank you for an excellent article , extremely well researched and written . A welcome change from this tsunami of disinformation they are trying to propagate in the “free media” – Well done !
        Raouf Mishriki


    1. VERY well put Dr Ashraf god bless you and peace to ALL Egyptians
      Maged Nashed Pharm.D
      NB: Wish the American Media read and publish the TRUTH.


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