Friday, January 4, 2013
Morsi: The Common Tyrant
Muhammad Morsi is right now doing what any tyrant would do: use the emotions of the people to comply with what you want.
In his address to the senate, Morsi blamed the decrease in tourism (from which Egypt’s economy thrives) on his opposition, who “violated the peacefulness of politics.”
This accusation takes advantage of the current economic crises, which is a result of the Muslim Brotherhood, and sets a justification for violence against those who oppose Morsi. On December 26, the Egyptian pound fell to its weakest level against the U.S. dollar in almost eight years.
The economy will not be getting any better, on account that the Islamists are making Egypt a very violent and dangerous country, scaring tourists away.