obama-pattersonIt is no secret that Barack Obama has been a huge supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood. In fact, the only place you will find that questioned is in the United States. Thanks largely in part to our state-controlled media we don’t always hear the truth. The truth is that the people of Egypt are getting sick of both Barack Obama and Anne Patterson (American Ambassador to Egypt) and want them out of their political affairs. 

Raymond Ibrahim reports:

The blatantly pro-Muslim Brotherhood Obama administration, once again in the person of ambassador Anne Patterson — widely known in Egypt as the “Brotherhood’s Stooge” — “has been trying to communicate with Gen. Sisi, demanding dialogue with the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, and concessions to them,” to which Sisi reportedly retorted: “Stop meddling in our affairs… the Egyptian people are capable of looking after their own welfare.”

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Indeed, from top to bottom — from the Egyptian people to Sisi — the prevailing request to the U.S. government today is “leave us alone” and “stop supporting terrorim [via the Brotherhood].” See for example this video of a message to America from one of the millions of typical Egyptians who protested against Morsi (English begins around :40 second mark).  Or take a look at the various signs and placards Egyptians carried during the revolution.

According to the same report, in its ongoing warnings to the pro-Brotherhood rioters and terrorists, the Egyptian military warned the Brotherhood that “America will be of no use to you.”

Conversely, it is becoming widely believed that the Obama administration’s strategy is to encourage more and more Islamists to riot in Egypt, even as the Western mainstream media — which has thoroughly distorted reality in Egypt to the benefit of the Brotherhood, including by following the narrative of Al Jazeera — make it seem like most Egyptians are pro-Brotherhood and that they are suffering human rights abuses at the hands of the military, and that what happened was a coup not a revolution, at which point the U.S. will step in and reinstate Morsi and the Brotherhood — in the name of “peace” and “democracy.”

When will we have a president with a foreign policy that we can believe in? Americans are starting to wake up, slowly but surely, to all of these democratic experiments and occupations that normally turn out worse than before at the hands of our government.

What Americans must understand is that this is not and possibly never will be about what is best for Egypt or the United States. It is about political alliances and agendas. It doesn’t matter whether it is Obama or any of our other recent presidents. They all seem to act for the good of self over good of country.

Anne Patterson is simply an extension of Obama and she is a very hated woman in Egypt. The deeper you dig into the subject matter, the more you will understand why.

If you want to do some more reading on this subject I would suggest: