Egypt in Light of the Iranian Revolution
December 31, 2012
The Restoration of a Dictatorship?
The new constitution submitted to referendum by Mohamed Morsi, the president of Egypt elected with the support of the Freedom and Justice party, i.e. the political wing of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, in addition to its properties of attacking working-class achievements as well as women’s and minorities’ rights, is preparing the legal ground for the Brotherhood to seize the whole political power in the country. The powers proposed for the president in the constitution, not subject to any supervision, are leading Egypt toward dictatorship. Read the rest of this entry
La Tunisie sera-t-elle un second Iran ?
Il y a de troublantes analogies entre les révolutions iranienne et tunisienne : révoltes de la liberté et de la dignité, fuite des dictateurs, retour d’exil d’un guide religieux et dérive vers une nouvelle dictature théocratique.
Par Moez Ben Salem
Central Bankers’ Agenda: Obama Sanctions Against Iran Over Gold for Oil Trades
Susanne Posel, Contributor, 5 August
Last month, President Obama placed more stringent sanctions on Iran’s oil sales and financial transactions. And in the next breath, he claimed that because Iran is supposedly developing a nuclear weapon, Obama will “once again reaffirm [the US government’s] commitment to hold the Iranian government accountable for its actions.”