Fait Accompli/President Morsi is nolonger President

August 16,2013

Amidst references to Egypt’s summer of 2013 political conflict we hear that both the moderates supporting Egypt’s army, and the less than moderate President Morsi supporters believe that the United States is encouraging the other side. These accusations are “reiterated” and dismissed as inaccurate by United States officials. What we do not hear about is how the current political conflict masks a fait accompli: what is done is done. For to the most vocal American, European & UN officials the task now is achieving peace: the end of violence between pro Morsi demonstrators and the military.

President Morsi is no longer president.

August 17,2013August 16,2013

Amidst references to Egypt’s summer of 2013 political conflict we hear that both the moderates supporting Egypt’s army, and the less than moderate President Morsi supporters believe that the United States is encouraging the other side. These accusations are “reiterated” and dismissed as inaccurate by United States officials. What we do not hear about is how the current political conflict masks a fait accompli: what is done is done. For to the most vocal American, European & UN officials the task now is achieving peace: the end of violence between pro Morsi demonstrators and the military.

President Morsi is no longer president.

August 17,2013

New York Times of August 17, 2013 search results at top of page labelled 16 minutes ago, but dated August 16, 2013:

News Analysis

Ties With Egypt Army Constrain Washington

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By THOM SHANKER and ERIC SCHMITT

Published: August 16, 2013

…”The violence is intolerable, but clearly they feel the nation of Egypt is facing a sovereign, existential crisis,” said one Obama administration official. “So while the violence is intolerable, we may be able to eventually accept these decisions if the violence ends, and quickly.”….

The above rather coolly contrived statements replete with meaningless jargon such as “sovereign existential crisis” and adjectives of righteous indignation such as “intolerable”(x2) were said by a nameless”Obama” official referred to in an August 17, New York Times article published on August 16 by THOM SHANKER and ERIC SCHMITT. Anyone doubting that the Obama administration has accepted the overthrow of the Egyptian president on July 3, 2013 by a “democratic” army as a fait accompli should parse the unnamed Obama official’s words copied from above. “So while the violence is intolerable, we may be able to eventually accept these decisions if the violence ends, and quickly.”

Ties With Egypt Army Constrain Washington

New York Times (blog) ‎- 35 minutes ago”

New York Times of August 17, 2013 search results at top of page labelled 16 minutes ago, but dated August 16, 2013:

News Analysis

Ties With Egypt Army Constrain Washington

By THOM SHANKER and ERIC SCHMITT

Published: August 16, 2013

…”The violence is intolerable, but clearly they feel the nation of Egypt is facing a sovereign, existential crisis,” said one Obama administration official. “So while the violence is intolerable, we may be able to eventually accept these decisions if the violence ends, and quickly.”….

The above rather coolly contrived statements replete with meaningless jargon such as “sovereign existential crisis” and adjectives of righteous indignation such as “intolerable”(x2) were said by a nameless”Obama” official referred to in an August 17, New York Times article published on August 16 by THOM SHANKER and ERIC SCHMITT. Anyone doubting that the Obama administration has accepted the overthrow of the Egyptian president on July 3, 2013 by a “democratic” army as a fait accompli should parse the unnamed Obama official’s words copied from above. “So while the violence is intolerable, we may be able to eventually accept these decisions if the violence ends, and quickly.”

“Ties With Egypt Army Constrain Washington

New York Times (blog) ‎- 35 minutes ago”

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