The democracy movement in Egypt could further destabilize the region.

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Israel, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates have pressed the United States not to cut Egypt’s president loose too hastily. Read more:

Today I read articles about the turmoil in Egypt and I am going to quote from them and then make some comments to this.

So first the quotes:


Allies Press U.S. to Go Slow on Egypt

Israel, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates have pressed the United States not to cut Egypt’s president loose too hastily.

Israel, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates have each repeatedly pressed the United States not to cut loose Egypt’s president, Hosni Mubarak, too hastily, or to throw its weight behind the democracy movement in a way that could further destabilize the region, diplomats say. One Middle Eastern envoy said that on a single day, he spent 12 hours on the phone with American officials.

The Arab leaders all had the same message for the United States, several Arab officials said. They thought Mr. Obama went too far last Tuesday when he said that Mr. Mubarak needed to begin the transition in Egypt “now” – followed a day later by Mr. Gibbs’s declaration that “now means yesterday.”

“We have been adamant that forcing Mubarak out risks instability,” said one Arab official.

In conversations with the Obama administration, Arab officials have raised the spectre of the Muslim Brotherhood, which some say has begun to hijack the protest that began among largely secular young people in Egypt adept at using Facebook and Twitter.

One Arab diplomat likened the democracy movement to a train fuelled by university students and human rights advocates. “Eventually, those students will have to get off that train and go back to school, and the human rights people will have to go back to work, and you know who will be on the train when it finally rolls into the station?” the diplomat asked. “The Muslim Brotherhood.”


On this website we have dealt repeatedly with the prophecy from Daniel 8:5-6, where an he goat came from the west on the face of the whole earth, and touched not the ground and he came to the ram and ran unto him in the fury of his power, and with the possibility that this he goat could be the USA and the ram Iran.

Now this possibility was discussed on this website on the 20th of February 2009,
2009 February 20 - The warfare between the ram and the goat,
two years ago, and the development during these two years seems to indicate that the possibility of this to happen is still there.

The reason why Obama is interested to destabilize the region is to provoke Iran to become aggressive and cause much harm and anger to then be able to advance as saviour of the world and to then advance as the undisputed ruler of the world.

Last year Obama withdrew the fighting troops from Iraq and that caused the leaders in that region to complain about Obama destabilizing the region, see the following webpages:
2010 July 12 – Search for war occasion
2010 August 6 (3) – “Obama is a hypocrite. He is leaving Iraq to the wolves”
2010 August 13 – General against troop withdrawal from Iraq
2010 August 18 – Confrontation with Iran
2010 August 22 – Iran is waiting quietly for the U.S. retreat, and then they will quickly fill the vacuum of power
2010 August 30 (5) – Iraq’s ex-prime minister: Allawi expects a war against Iran
2010 August 31 (3) – The Warmonger
2010 September 2 – They are surrendering the country to the Iranians
but he had the world opinion on his side and so it did not harm his political standing and the same situation we have now as well, also now the world opinion is on his side and he has to fear little to lose his standing.

He wants Mubarak to go. It will help to destabilize the region. But Mubarak seems to have the situation in Iran very much in mind. Iran had a similar situation just recently. Also there was turmoil in the streets. But the Iranian government kept its cool and the people in the streets lost out. And so Mubarak now goes for a similar development. The turmoil in Iran just made the government of Iran stronger. So let us see what is going to happen in Egypt.

The fact that Obama has the world oppinion on his side - again - seems to indicate that his advance to the position of Antichrist is inevetable.

Go and deal with the whole topic Antichrist:

Go and have a look at who this man Obama actually is:
Obama wants to become the first global president
The ultimate revolutionist


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