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Do I single out the New York Times? No, it is a microcosm of the thinking, planning, and assumptions of US Imperialism, itself having invariably a Janus-faced position, looking and acting simultaneously outward and inward, mounting a global framework of … Continue reading
The rebirth of the Egyptian revolution ushered in the death of the first Muslim Brotherhood government.Â But some near-sighted analysts limit the events of Egypt to aÂ military coup.Â Yes, the military is desperately trying to stay relevant â€” given theÂ enormous initiative of … Continue reading
For the first time in the history of the world, a coup is not a coup. The army take over, depose and imprison the democratically elected president, suspend the constitution, arrest the usual suspects, close down television stations and mass … Continue reading
Robert Fisk – The army is built from both sides of Egyptâ€™s divide â€“ yet must now keep them apart
The army’s in charge. Call it a coup, if you like. But the Egyptian military – or the infamous â€œSupreme Council of the Armed Forcesâ€ as we must again call it – is now running Egypt. By threat at first … Continue reading