US Dollars Help Fund Mubarak’s Tyrannical Rule

Muhammad Ghafari

Egyptian President/Tyrannical Dictator Mubarak has taken all he can from his people and built up his personal wealth while leaving his people in poverty.  For 30 years the US has been allied with Mubarak because he was the closest thing we had to a friend in the Middle East.  We have given BILLIONS of tax dollars to buy his loyalty while he has allowed his people to starve.  Now the people have no other choice and they are taking to the streets in protest.

We have allowed and aided in this corruption and we have funded his tyrannical rule.

Pres. Mubarak’s Steals 40 Billion

Jan. 28, 2011 President Mubarak’s Steals 40 Billion.   President Mubarak’s stash is worth 40 billion dollars as his personal worth or what he stole from the Egyptian people has risen to epic proportions.   Mubarak’s name can be added to the names of wealthy dictators throughout the world that most likely received the aide from the United States in their attempt to affect influence in foreign country politics.  The policy does not seem to be very successful at this time since the dictators are basically leaving their country penniless and stealing the money for themselves.  The leader of Afghanistan is another example of a man who is taking the bribes from the US and amassing his own wealth while his country starves for help.

The overthrow of his 30 years of a dictatorship regime and the military taking over his corrupt government today January 28, 2011 has army tanks fighting back protesters but actually many sympathize with the protesters.

Hosni Mubarak has taken real estate, liquid cash, royal yachts, and has  40 billion in cash and assets hidden away in banks around the world for easy access namely in: Germany, United States, UK, Switzerland, Scotland, England, Dubai, Madrid and other countries.   The Alaa Mubarak has properties both inside the country or in the United States major cities of Washington, LA and New York on the finest streets of the land.

His wife Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak and their two sons also are incredibly wealthy and the first lady has another 3-5 billion for her own personal use.
Mubarak’s wealth also has ties to large corporate US interests such as:
Marlboro, Hermes, Mcdonalds, Vodafone, Hyundai, Chili and other large corporations.

It is no surprise that the people of Egypt are starving, jobless and have been robbed of their countries wealth because President Mubarak and his greedy relatives have stolen all from his own country.

His police force uses violence against the people to keep them in line and we know that this goes on yet we do nothing.

We sit back here in America and send them freshly printed US cash. Why is it that when America see’s more than 1 evil in a conflict we always seem pick the lesser of 2 evils and think that’s a good thing? Do we really think we can take an evil dictator and make him a great humanitarian?

The dictator Mubarak is no better than another low life dictator and the people have been backed into a corner and now they are striking back and because we have been a close friend and supporter of this we have left a gap that can be filled by the Muslim Brotherhood and that will be horrible for all of us especially our real Middle East Friends in Israel.

Here is the ideology that the Muslim Brotherhood follows.

The Muslim Brotherhood opposes secular tendencies of Islamic nations and wants return to the precepts of the Qur’an, and rejection of Western influences. They also reject extreme Sufism. They organize events from prayer meetings to sport clubs for socializing.

The organization’s motto is as follows: “Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. Qur’an is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope”

An important aspect of the Muslim Brotherhood ideology is the sanctioning of Jihad such as the 2004 fatwa issued by Sheikh Yousef Al-Qaradhawi making it a religious obligation of Muslims to abduct and kill U.S. citizens in Iraq.

If we are going to help the people of this world by spreading peace and democracy we must not do it by supporting evil dictators. The US Government does not have the right or the authority to take my money and give it to someone else especially another nation i do understand that. But the fact is they do and this will continue. But is it to much to ask them to not give it to thugs who hate us and our way of life? You want to promote democracy fine i can role with that. Then take our money and only give it to those who will support and push real democracy. if they don’t then keep it here. We are in so much debt here the Chinese are going to start hanging curtains in the Whitehouse and yet we are so stupid that we just printing cash and give it without string to dictators. That’s just nuts.


9 Responses

  1. Juda says:

    Thanks Bill for this information. I really didn’t know the precepts of the muslim brotherhood. Why do so many Americans want to continue saying it is a “peaceful” religion. Wow. Deception is thickening.

    One person on FB says abortions are saving lives of babies. Yea really. So there is no reasoning with people that are deceived.
    Keep posting the truth for those of us who want to know.

  2. Michael Joe Thannisch says:

    The problem is it is not just Mubarak. The USA needs to develop a consistent foreign policy. For many years our foreign policy was simply to react during the cold war. That lead us to support anyone who was anticommunist. As I recall that was one of the reasons we supported Mubarak in the beginning, he was anticommunist. We also supported Somoza and many other right wing dictators because they were anticommunist.

    Jimmy Carter tried to base our policy on human rights, but that was not so very successful either.

    I think our whole foreign policy needs to be rethought. It is well and good to promote democracy, but how far should we go? Personally, I don’t think we should sell any military grade weapons to any third world nations. Could it be that Costa Rica is the most well off country in Central America because it has no army. If we don’t sell them weapons and we discourage other countries from selling weapons, they would have to use machetes and hunting arms to fight their wars. They might use their money for infrastructure instead.

    We need to set clear goals for our foreign policy, and the senate needs to participate in this as well as the president, especially since they ratify treaties.

  3. BillKneer says:

    I agree Michael, we seem to always pick the lesser of two evils and hope they will never harm us or there people. Other nations see us as fools. How can justify barrowing money from one nation and take on debt to the point we are crippled and then give the money freely to another nation without any hope or even asking for some return?

    Then once they have the money they starve there people and keep the money for themselves. This is nuts. And we all sit back and wonder why the Muslim world hates us…We in this case we have made their tyrannical dictator a billionaire while they starve and live in poverty…What a way to show our love for people..

  4. Stewart says:

    Since a large portion of this money comes from him stealing it. Some of the Bank accounts need to be frozen and then determine when very large deposits were made.
    He should not be allowed to leave office with 40 Billion to be handed down to all the grand kids.

    The US need to stop all aid until he opens the books for all to see.

  5. BillKneer says:

    I agree Stewart, it would be nice to see us take what we can of our money back..He took the money for his people then left them to starve and we are forced to barrow money from the Chinese to pay our bills.

    We must be one of the stupidest nations every to act like this.

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