February 2011 was the final scene for Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak. After violent riots, protest and up risings, Egypt emerged under Muslim control. Things were suppose to get better for the people, but that has not been the case. Conservative Muslims, “Radicals”, have been the protagonist in many attacks on Christians living in Egypt.
MENA news agency, reported a particularly brutal attack and riots in southern Egypt resulting in 24 deaths and at least 200 wounded. They also reported dozens of “instigators of chaos” were arrested, but did not specify if they were Muslim or Christian.
In a country of 80 million people, only 10 percent claim to be Christian and are subject to open attacks and murder. Is this the true “Arab Spring”? And, is this what is to be expected in the United States if Obama is not re-elected President?
It is not unfair to tie President Barrack Hussan Obama to the death and destruction occurring in Egypt. In his speeches after President Hosni Mubarak fled Egypt, Obama praised the “Arab Spring” as a new beginning for Egypt and the “Muslim Brotherhood”. His actions indicate he may very well be a member of the “Muslim Brotherhood” and that is the reason he received the “Noble Prize” for the work he is going to do. That work would be to bring chaos and destruction to the United States under the protection and sanction of the Presidency. Consider his first 2 and half years in office, keeping it in the perspective of current world events. Peace and prosperity is not what President Obama has delivered to the U.S.
It appears President Obama is cheering the uprisings, death and destruction attributed to the “Arab Spring”. Now the question must be asked; is he telling “Radical Muslims” around the world, I am in charge of America. I will make sure she is too weak to protect the world from the slaughter of Christians and Jews.”