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Eygpt's Supreme Constitutional Court

May God be with Egypt

Eygpt’s Supreme Constitutional Court

Employing legalistic chicanery, blatant deceit and contemptible conspiracies, the remnants of the Mubarak regime seem hell-bent on aborting the Egyptian revolution.

On Thursday, 14 June, the so-called Constitutional Court, an entity that was utterly silent during 30 years of corruption, tyranny and repression under the previous regime, issued a hasty decision, dissolving the People’s Assembly or Parliament.

This parliament was elected only three months ago in perfectly transparent elections observed by the entire world and supervised by the Egyptian judicial system. None of the judges then questioned the legality and transparency of the elections. They all boasted about the democratic credentials of the ruling junta, saying that Egypt was entering a new era of human rights, political freedoms and civil liberties.

With the last round of parliamentary polls, it became clear that the Islamists were the winners. This infuriated the “Mubarak party” which began ranting and raving about “an Islamist takeover of Egypt” and the “monopoly of the Ikhwan” over the Egyptian scene.

Such disgusting canards and vociferous accusations were repeated so often that one would get the impression that the Islamist arrogated, not earned, their electoral victories.

Some of the small leftist and Nasserist parties went beyond the pale of decency and common sense in vilifying the Islamists for winning “more seats than they should” as if the Islamists were supposed to ask the voters to vote for them sparingly or parsimoniously.!!!

The discourse employed by the leftists and pseudo liberals in the aftermath of the parliamentary elections was so mendacious, so malicious, so repulsive and above all markedly preposterous that it portrayed the Islamists as “hijackers or stealers of the people’s will.” The utter depravity of these so-called “democratic forces” reached such a point that a casual listener to these hypocrites’ lies and vindictive falsification of the facts would think that the real problem lies with the Ikhwan, not with Zionist Mubarak regime.

More to the point, the de facto rejection of the democratic process by these pseudo liberals and pseudo-democrats underscore their hypocrisy and despotic impulses. In the final analysis, feeling gleeful and going into a state of ecstasy over the dissolution of a democratically-elected parliament, which exhausted the poor country and cost her hundreds of millions of dollars, shows the utter falsehood of their democratic claims.

I can’t understand what could justify the dissolution of a democratically-elected parliament only a few weeks after was elected? Indeed, if there were true legal gaps rendering the parliament unconstitutional as the mouthpieces of the regime keep parroting, such gaps should have been determined and tackled from the very inception, given the fact that the elections were held under the supervision of the justice system from A to Z.

However, the fact that the court said nothing and did nothing until the eve of the presidential elections suggests more than a foul play.

More to the point, one would wonder if the Constitutional court would have dissolved the parliament had secularist and liberal forces won the elections. The answer is left to each and everyone of us according to his or her honesty.

In every democratic country under the sun, the elected representatives of the people have the right to write the constitution or select a body of experts to do the job. However, according to Mubarak’s shipyard dogs, this right must be withdrawn from the elected representatives and given to losers that were ejected by the masses.

There is no doubt that the dissolution of the parliament represents a blatant rape of the will the Egyptian people by the military establishment along with the remnants of the judicial establishment, a body that was always at Mubarak’s beck and call.

Hence, it is imperative that the current judicial establishment be subjected to a process of thorough purification lest that establishment continues conniving and colluding with the tyrannical military establishment in order to reproduce the Mubarak regime and take Egypt back to American-Zionist bondage.

To put it simply and straightforwardly, the current judicial establishment can’t be entrusted or relied upon to uphold justice in Egypt.

Two weeks ago, the Egyptian justice system acquitted nearly all the pillars of the previous regime, including hundreds of murderers, thieves, and conspirers.

True, Mubarak and his interior minister Habib al-Adly were sentenced to life imprisonment, probably under public pressure.

But what is the fate of the murderers of more than 850 Egyptian protesters? Who killed them? Did the killers come from Mars or another galaxy? And why is it that the burden of proof lies with the victims’ families and lawyers, not the state.

Indeed, what is the state’s raison d’être if not to protect the lives of its citizens and uphold justice? The state can’t just tell the families of the victims, “sorry, we don’t know who killed your loved ones, and may God’s mercy be bestowed on them.” The state is guilty of breach of trust.

I don’t know how the Egyptian scene will evolve following the presidential elections now underway. Will the notorious Constitutional Court declare these elections null and void if the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate Muhammed Mursi wins the polls?

Everything is possible and nothing can be taken for granted, because the orphans of Mubarak are alive and kicking and will not cease their treacherous and treasonous acts unless they are eliminated. But nothing other than the continuation and intensification of the revolution will guarantee their elimination.

Egypt is going through a crucial and difficult period. May God help Egypt.

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10 Responses to May God be with Egypt

  1. happeh June 17, 2012 at 4:52 pm #

    “The utter depravity of these so-called “democratic forces” reached such a point that a casual listener to these hypocrites’ lies and vindictive falsification of the facts would think that the real problem lies with the Ikhwan, not with Zionist Mubarak regime.”

    You do know that Mubarak and all of his cronies are Zionist tools don’t you? They all took money from Israel to suppress their fellow Egyptians for he past decades.

    Why are you surprised they are still Zionist tools just because Mubarak was overthrown?

    Why do you think Israel has stopped paying them just because Mubarak was overthrown?

  2. Jonathon Blakeley June 17, 2012 at 7:03 pm #

    Seems like the Zionists were not happy with the Egyptian results and called their Masonic mates to reverse the results to suit them.

  3. alex June 17, 2012 at 8:39 pm #

    I would like to recall Khalid’s own words and advise to his Egyptians brothers: “We can’t take people’s support for granted”, and would ask him to ask his brothers why the “Masses” support for MB dropped by 50% in few weeks?

    Why presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi, the candidate of the the poor and the so-called “Some of the small leftist and Nasserist parties who “went beyond the pale of decency and common sense in vilifying the Islamists for winning more seats than they should”, received a 22 percent of the votes, Viz 25 percent for Mohamad Mursi?

    Islamists were not supposed to ask the voters to vote for Naserists, they were supposed not to lie and honor their commitments.

    Islamists achieved what they planted…..

    happeh did well in asking Khalid:

    “Why are you surprised they are still Zionist tools just because Mubarak was overthrown?
    Why do you think Israel has stopped paying them just because Mubarak was overthrown? ”
    However, don’t expect Khalid to storm the one cell rotten Islamist bag above his shoulder and think out of the Botherhood’s BOX, the enemy is not the USA. The cause of Arabs and Muslims is not Palestine and Alquds. A week ago he called Arabs to unite before its too late to stop the Shea from taking Mecca. The real battle is in in Syria the corner stone of the so-called “Shea cresent”.
    Its is very simple, after 16 months MB failed to deliver the head of “Yazid of Damascus” as the rat called the the Assad of Damuscus to USREAL, and USRAEL decided to get back Egypt
    The masks dropped. The cards are shown.
    Read my full comment here

    • Laura Stuart June 18, 2012 at 12:06 am #

      Who are you ? Your name does not appear on uprooted Palestinians blog or here.

      • Ariadna Theokopoulos June 18, 2012 at 12:15 am #

        My bet would be that his name is SomebodyWhoMakesALotOfSense

  4. who_me June 17, 2012 at 8:58 pm #

    think of the mb as playing the role of the azz, and the mubarak sort as being aipac. neither are there to represent the egyptian people and both work to ensure israel’s/zionist jewish control of power in egypt.

  5. alex June 18, 2012 at 4:31 am #

    Many thanks to people who care for the message not the messenger.
    I just read on Mayadeen Channell, a new Channel found by Al jazeerah deserters that MB brothers declared victory ahmad Shafik denies.
    Congratulation Laurah, Mursi is the First Egyptian elected president but without powers.

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos June 18, 2012 at 4:45 am #

      “I just read on Mayadeen Channell, a new Channel found by Al jazeerah deserters”

      Good to hear that there is something to counter the USrael propaganda pumped out by Aljazeerah

  6. alex June 18, 2012 at 11:13 am #

    driven by the lust for power, stupid MB walked into the presidency trap, where they will lose whats left of their credibility. Eliot Abrams said before the vote: Two cheers for Mursi! Now let’s get to work.”
    His boys in the military council obeyed.

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