Although surprised by the speed of events, Thierry Meyssan celebrates the demise of the Muslim Brotherhood government which he had anticipated for a year. While the Atlanticist media supported Mohamed Morsi and decried Bashar al-Assad, he held the opposite view and denounced the “Arab Spring” as a manipulation. The Egyptian street has decided.
After five days of giant protests demanding the resignation of President Morsi, the Egyptian Army toppled him and appointed the head of the Constitutional Court as interim president pending new elections.
To guage the importance of the event, it suffices to place it in within its own narrative.
Political unrest seized a part of Africa and the Arab world, from mid-December 2010. The two…
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