Saturday, 17 August 2013
Egypt, now set to replicate Libya and Syria, following his arms sales tours of the region. #DavidCameron and a team of eight arms salesmen eagerly arrived in #Egypt immediately after plundering the country, thus starving the Egyptian people of their resources, hence this second wave of instability. Despite the promises made by the Egyptian military, they had nothing to feed their people with. Since ousting former President, Hosni Mubarak through trade sanctions, it caused the people to protest, demanding the simple things that we normally take for granted, such as food, water and energy. After less than just one year, the custodial Egyptian leader, Mohamed Morsi is ousted as planned, generating huge profits for David Cameron and his vampiric arms traders. Coincidentally, while we digest our daily intake of media deceit and distraction, very few of us even dwell on what became of former deposed Egyptian leader, Hosni Mubarak and Tunisian leader, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. Or, as our trusting media brand them, `dictators'. If they could talk, what would they tell us?