Saturday, December 15, 2012
Two years on – who was right on the Egyptian crisis?
The Egyptians are voting today in the referendum. Most probably the Muslim Brotherhood will win. We will know next week. So who was right on Egypt? Israeli or American analysts? Almost two years ago, I wrote US and Israeli Analysts Split Over the Egyptian Crisis
It is becoming obvious that the Israelis were right and the Americans were wrong. But who in the US will ever admit to this? Who among the politicians and among the journalists will be taken to account for their idiotic policies and idiotic reporting? No one. Who is there left, when the Obama administration supports the Muslim Brotherhood and the media supports the administration?
Iran will turn into an even bigger catastrophe for everyone if Israel trusts American politicians who support the Muslim Brotherhood and journalists who failed to report on that support. Jeffrey Goldberg thinks that Obama takes Iran more seriously as a threat to American national security interests than he does Syria. On the contrary, all the evidence shows that Obama does not understand the magnitude of the Iranian threat. Unlike the Egyptian crisis, Israel cannot afford to wait and demonstrate that Obama has screwed up on Iran as well.
Posted by Mladen Andrijasevic at 3:28 AM