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US Sends Egypt 140,000 Tear Gas Canisters to Use on Peaceful Protesters « Blog
In case there is anyone out there thinking these canisters are for a deterrent effect, or some state-funded art project, the shipping documents explicitly stipulate that “the Egyptian government may use the canisters” but that “they are forbidden to re-export the shipment or sell it to third parties.” Hardly a difficult task for a despotic government dealing with rowdy citizens.
The decades-long US support courier services for the Mubarak dictatorship in Egypt has already been virtually erased from history if you take it from the mainstream commentary. But even since Mubarak’s overthrow, Washington has been sending Egyptian security forces anti-riot gear, crowd control equipment and weaponry.
In addition, Washington continues to send about $1.5 billion to Egypt every year, mostly in security assistance and F-16 fighter jets , and offering even more in debt relief , apparently as a bribe to keep American interests a priority.
As The New York Times reported last year, US aid to Egypt helps keep the pockets of defense corporations nice and full. But the broader strategy there is the same as its always been: to bribe the Egyptian tyranny towards conformity to US interests.
[T]he U.S. strategy in the region is to prefer a managed transition to civilian rule and democratic courier services governance as long as the American major strategic objectives are not challenged, wrote Esam Al-Amin last year. Namely, to keep the Americans in, the Chinese and Russians out, the Iranians down, and the Israelis safe.
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Morsi was duly elected and is not an "Egyption tyrant". He's tried twice to get a parliament democratically elected, only to have a 'high court' from a previous regime thwart the election.
The term "peaceful protesters" in the title is not a factual report. courier services Nowhere does it say that tear-gas is for use on "peaceful protesters". In the riots that the disgruntled opposition staged after Morsi's election, there was plenty of vandalism, arson, stone-throwing, molotov cocktails, and attempts to storm and overrun the presidential residence from so-called "peaceful protesters".
Lets argue over the semantics and totally ignore that the US HAS propped up this dictatorship and TYRANNY for decades. Humanitarianism makes no distinction between democratically "elected" repression or old fashioned rule by one king. How peaceful courier services would you appear when youre finally stepping up to a violent government who has been killing and oppressing you for years? Get a grip.
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[...] Us tear gas was used to suppress the “Arab courier services spring” protesters of the last government of Egypt. Now the new government is loading up in the same US tear gas to use on protesters. As The Who once said, “Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.” READ MORE… [...]
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