Friday, January 28, 2011

Mubarak Dismisses Government, Calls for "Dialogue"

Could the people of Egypt believe that a new government formed and run by the same Israeli puppet-tyrant would reflect any significant improvement? Could they believe that "dialogue" with this representative of those schemers building their "Jewish" kingdom from the Nile to the Euphrates is what is needed now? I pray that these people are not so deluded as my countrymen. May God guide these people in their struggle and free them completely from Zionist tyranny.

Mubarak dismisses government

January 28, 2011 - Al-Jazeera

Embattled leader says he will name a new government on Saturday.

The Egyptian president has dismissed his government, saying that he will replace it with a new one on Saturday.

In an address to the nation late on Friday after four days of deadly protests , Hosni Mubarak said that change can not be achieved through chaos but through dialogue.

Mubarak promised to press ahead with social, economic and political reforms.

He appealed directly to the people and said he understood they wanted him to address poverty, employment and democratic reform and pledged progress.

Mubarak urged calm, adding that only because of his own reforms over the years, were people able to protest.

Al Jazeera's Ayman Mohyeldin, reporting from Cairo, said many Egyptians calling for change would say the sacking of the government is not enough.

"Ultimately in Egypt, the power lies with the president," he said.

"On paper, you have an independent parliament and an independent judiciary but every Egyptian will tell you that at the end of the day, power is concentrated in the hands of the president.

"Very few institutions can challenge his authority so the sacking of the cabinet is not going to end the grievances of the people."


Anonymous said...

In Jesse Ventura's Conspiracy Theory segment "Police State" I recall seeing that one group of people scheduled for round-up when martial law is declared will be: "Those unfriendly to Israel". Interestingly, that segment was censored in several television markets.

Anonymous said...

Let us pray that Our Good Lord removes this Israeli puppet of His greatest enemy on earth

Anonymous said...

What does this have to do with

This is an Israeli plot?

Maurice Pinay said...

Mubarak is a puppet of the Zionists of the Israeli state, the U.S. and Great Britain. He is paid to "create stability" for the benefit of the Israeli state no matter how much the U.S. taxpayer must spend and the people of Egypt must be crushed.

God willing, the people of Egypt will be able to manage the revolution themselves and free themselves from the Zionist puppet tyrant Mubarak and any contingency plots the Zionists are certainly working on.


What a squandered opportunity by those seeking freedom in Egypt: when neighbourhood groups started policing the streets after the thugs retreated a few days ago ELBaradei etc. should have declared a new government in a seized government bldg and demanded the army choose between the people or an Israeli-puppet tyrant. That is what the Israelis would have done if the shoe had been on the other foot. That is what the leaders of any successful revolutionary movement would have done. Instead they just stood around chanting slogans, throwing away the momentum, and buying the Zionist time to cook up and implement all sorts of stratagems and contingency plans. Now on Wednesday, Zio-stooge Ban Ki-moon can prattle on about the need for restraint on both 'both sides' (i.e., traitorous pro-torture perverts vs. the people) of the conflict. They could have had a declared legitimate government on Sunday but that is probably too much to ask of tv watchers.

Anonymous said...

Mubarak cannot never dismiss his real government which pulls all strings from Tel Aviv and Washington.
Besides who would ever want to dismiss one's paymasters?