February 10, 2011, - 12:49 pm

Disaster: w/ Mubarak Leaving, Israel’s Borders to Get Flood of Evil, Aliens

By Debbie Schlussel

So, now, Hosni Mubarak is giving in to the Muslim Brotherhood’s designated pimp, Barack Hussein Obama, and will leave Egypt soon, perhaps tonight.  Get ready for chaos all over–not just on the streets of Cairo, but at the Israel-Egypt and Gaza-Egypt borders.  Omar Suleiman will not be able to stop it for long, especially because he’s a Mubarak guy and worked closely with Israel. But, now, the emergent, most serious thing is what will now happen at Egypt’s eastern borders.

@ Sinai: Israel-Egypt Border Near Chalutzah Not Ready for Flood

It is an impending disaster, as Egyptian soldiers patrolling both borders will abandon their posts, with Mubarak out of power and Israel will have to send more soldiers it needs elsewhere to both of those areas.  And in Gaza, it won’t even be able to do so because, as you know, Israel gave Gaza away to HAMAS.  A flood of Egyptians will try to get into Israel, for various reasons, most of them bad.  For the Sinai giveaway, we can squarely put the blame on Jimmy Carter.  The Gaza giveaway is the work of George W. Bush and Condi Clueless, who insisted Israel get out and allow “democratic elections,” then were shocked! when HAMAS was elected.

Not only will there be a flood of Egyptians trying to emigrate from Egypt to Israel to avoid the extremist Muslim rule, but there will be a good number of other Egyptians, who are Islamic terrorists, in their midst.  B’Hatzlachah [Good luck] with that, Israel.  Although it will be a great PR story–the Jewish State as the haven for Christians and secular Muslims who hated Israel, but don’t want the glorious life governed by sharia in a Muslim Brotherhood caliphate–as we all know, the mainstream media refuses to cover such great Israeli stories, because it’s an aberration from their required mission of making Israel look bad and Muslims of the greatest extremes into heroes.

When Menachem Begin gave Anwar Sadat and Egypt the oil-rich Sinai, my late father and many others opposed to this pointed out that in Egypt, it’s only a matter of time until Sadat is gone and extremists take over.  My dad quoted Mubarak, who said, “We are not bound by the Camp David Peace Accords, and we can violate and abrogate it whenever we want.”  He didn’t do that, though in minor ways he did, refusing, for example, Israel’s entry in the International Book Fair in Cairo.  But the next guy or sheikh in charge will carry out Mubarak’s words.  Now we know the peace shelf-life in land-for-Muslim-paper:  roughly 32.5 years.  Was it worth it?  Not really.

And had Israel kept the Sinai (even more so had it kept Gaza), it would have maintained strategic, defensible borders against Ikhwanistan (“Ikhwan” is Arabic for “brotherhood”).  But since Israel made this strategic error in exchange for a brief 32.5 years,  here’s a preview of the future, along that border:

Israelis are bracing for a more adversarial regime in Egypt, one they expect could lead their country to expand its army, fortify the two countries’ desert frontier and possibly re-invade the Palestinian-ruled Gaza Strip. . . .

“It will become more difficult for Israel to control events and their outcomes” over the coming year, Maj. Gen. Amir Eshel, chief of planning for the Israeli armed forces’ general staff, told a security conference in Israel this week. . . .

Seeking to shore up Israel’s security, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has permitted the temporary deployment of 800 Egyptian troops into the Sinai, a sparsely populated peninsula demilitarized under the peace treaty. The aim is to prevent smuggling of weapons to Gaza, the neighboring Palestinian enclave ruled by Hamas.

Mr. Netanyahu also ordered the army to speed construction of a 13-foot-tall, radar-monitored fence it began putting up in November to plug 124 miles of desert frontier with the Sinai, a border now easily infiltrated by nomadic Bedouin smugglers of drugs and migrant workers.

“Everything is porous,” said Menachem Zafrir, a 54-year-old resident of the Nitzanei Sinai border outpost, where backyards look into Egypt.

“Until now it’s just Sudanese [migrants], but it could be militants,” he said, gesturing to the thin deployment of Egyptian guards on the other side of a border now marked by a chest-high cordon of sagging barbed wire. “Today the Egyptian army patrols over there. But if there is a mess, they will flee.”

As their elders learned of a Bedouin attack last Friday on Egyptian positions just 30 miles away, children at Nitzanei Sinai played capture the flag outside the grocery store.

“It’s bizarre that this is the quietest place in the country despite the fact that it’s a border,” said Robert Fischer, a Nitzanei Sinai resident who owns a transport company. If an unfriendly regime comes to power in Egypt, “they will need to evacuate us.” . . .

“It’s impossible to make peace with a single man,” Mr. ElBaradei told German news magazine Der Spiegel last week. “At the moment, [the Israelis] have a peace treaty with Mubarak, but not one with the Egyptian people.” . . .

While Israelis rushed to take advantage of tourism, trade and investment opportunities opened by the treaty, few Egyptians did so.

Mubarak is partly to blame, but he had to give in to these cretins a little to keep them under his thumb. The outcome would be no different today, had there been “dialogue” as described below. After all, this is Islam. Hundreds of thousands of dumbass Israelis spent their money as tourists in Egypt, helping keep its economy afloat, and look at what it got them.

Mr. Mubarak, who had taken over after Mr. Sadat’s 1981 assassination, supported the treaty, but Israelis say his government has done little to encourage contact between the two peoples and has allowed Egyptian media to demonize the Jewish state.

Largely because the Israeli-Palestinian conflict festers, Egyptian businesses, labor unions and civic organizations with ties to the wider Arab world have shunned Israel, even as hotels welcome Israeli visitors. . . .

More than 200,000 Israelis visit Egypt each year, drawn by Nile cruises, ancient monuments and the Sinai’s pristine Red Sea beaches.

Like I said, none of that made a difference in the way the majority of Egypt’s Muslims AND Christian Copts see and treat Jews. And it’s about to come to an end.

Thirty-two-and-a-half years. It’s been real.

Several former military and intelligence officials are arguing publicly that Israel must be prepared to reoccupy Gaza, or at least a wide swath of the enclave along its eight-mile border with Egypt. Other experts counsel caution, warning that such an operation would plunge Israel into years of fighting.

More proof Israel should never have pulled out of Gaza . . . or the Sinai.

Land for peace and land in the name of “democratic elections” never works. THEY’RE. MUSLIMS.

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30 Responses

Yes Isreal must be prepared for the unpleasant outcome to follow.

Jake49 on February 10, 2011 at 1:04 pm

Expect to see alot of non-stop, one way flights from Cairo to
Detroit in the coming year. Mubarak probably is quickly buying
a house in Grosse Point Farms (Bloomfield Hills?).

Tim on February 10, 2011 at 1:10 pm

This is what happens when the stooopid greedy cowardly US jacks and jennies put the Muslim Brotherhood Chicago-Political-Machine run puppet names Obama in the US Oval. They have been in our governmental backyards since 1992, and now – when the MidEast really melts down in the coming year – get ready for the Arab wet dream since the Crusades – a global extreme caliphate. You think it can’t happen. It already IS well underway. WHen abject stupidity holds the floor, in US schools, in US government – in US everywhere, this is what this culture deserves. Land of the Brave? Not any more, Land of the Unspeakably Stupid.

Anna on February 10, 2011 at 1:25 pm

    Hi Anna, I sincerely hope it is “stupidity”. However, I think the odds are 50%/50% that it could be much more sinister. Stupidity can be corrected; sinister must be extirpated. Keep in mind that recent news stories have mentioned that Saudi Arabia has understated oil reserves in the ground by 40% or more. Hmmm, is there oil in Gaza, West Bank, Sinai, and offshore Israel? Who wants to control i and the Suez Canal as well?

    And, YES, we as AMERICANS, think everything is DISNEY LAND / WORLD and all is KUMBAYA.

    Dennis on February 10, 2011 at 1:52 pm

“It’s impossible to make peace with a single man,” Mr. ElBaradei told German news magazine Der Spiegel last week. “At the moment, [the Israelis] have a peace treaty with Mubarak, but not one with the Egyptian people.” . . .

Oh my! How convenient. What does “ElBaradei” mean in Arabic? My translation would be “Big Liar in drunken stupor at the bar again!”

Remember, it is ok to lie to infidels and Jews. I am one infidel who despises liars so I hope what goes around comes around to him…and soon.

Dennis on February 10, 2011 at 1:32 pm

Over half the population of Egypt is under 25 years of age. They have never known the horrors of war. At the same time, they have heard nothing but anti-Semitic and anti-Israel propaganda. They will be itching for a fight with Israel. It is doubtful that the Egyptian Army officers are eager for a fight with Israel, but it is only a matter of time until this “new democracy” (I’d laugh, but this is tragic) will cave in and go to war against Israel. Israel will not have a Sinai to buffer the population against the war, and, armed with the latest in U.S. weaponry, Egypt will be a formidable foe on the battlefield.

Wait until Israel is forced into a so-called “peace” deal with the Syrians and the non-existent people known as the Palestinians.

Israel will have to vastly increase their military budget, and forces now, in order to prepare for the coming storm.

Jonathan Grant on February 10, 2011 at 1:33 pm

    Time to destroy the Dam. That will stop the Egyptians.

    Occam's Tool on February 11, 2011 at 12:28 am

Obama is bringing Judgment to America.

Woo to America since it is Obama’s agenda to destroy Israel. (If it is not his agenda, what more can Obama do to cause Israel’s destruction?)

As goes Israel, so goes the World. on February 10, 2011 at 1:59 pm

P. J. O’Rourke in one of his books describes how he encountered Egyptians who were still enraged by the Hyksos conquest (roughly between the 17th and 16th century B.C.), naturally blaming it on the Jews. Like many peoples, the Egyptians never forget and they never learn. I wish I could feel something other than dread as to where this is heading, but I fear the worst. Always a good assumption when the middle-east is concerned.

J'Kel on February 10, 2011 at 2:07 pm

another diplomatic success
by hosanna obama the magnificent

ever notice he constantly
pushes forward the ideals of

leftist extremism ( communism )

islamic tolerance ( world islamic supremacy )

sharing wealth ( creation & maintenance of
a world proletariat )

fair taxation ( the economic destruction of
the middle class ( bourgeoise ))

prestigio on February 10, 2011 at 2:08 pm

This is bad, very bad and I’m afraid it’s going to get much much worse. I hope that Israel is calling up it’s reserves and getting prepared.

kenny komodo on February 10, 2011 at 2:10 pm

For some strange reason Debbie, I’m not feeling all hysterical about what’s going on in Egypt.

There’s not much the Israelis can do about Mubarak. Frankly, I don’t think his position is as untenable as the LIB news media says. The news media has lied about this story from the beginning. Even if Mubarak leaves, the Army will still be in charge and they’ll ultimately clamp down.

I think President O’Bama’s behavior has been awful. America has its TEA PARTIES. Egyptians have their schtick. Nobody clamored for Barack O’Bama to step down as President last summer when people held mass Tea Parties. What gives?

Whether Mubarak stays or someone replaces him, Egyptian leaders are going to remember how fast the O’Bama Administration sold Mubarak out. All it took was a fraction of Cairo’s TWO MILLION HOMELESS PEOPLE to show up to an anti-poverty rally and the news media created their own theme. Strange how they don’t do that when Iranians speak out against their government. Strange how silent the White House and the State Department were when Iranians tried to openly confront their government.

Everybody says this thing started in Tunisia. It didn’t! It started in Iran but here again, the LIB media and the White House don’t want to tell us that. That’s what makes ME angry.

And while you’re at it Debbie, puh-leez tell the jerks in the media to stop worrying about the Muslim Brotherhood taking over Egypt and START worrying about the Muslim Brotherhood taking over the United States. The hysteria among commentators is laughable.

Frankly, I don’t think the Ikhwan will prevail in Egypt. If they do, their first targets will be the royal families in the Arab League nations; not Israel. You think petroleum is high now?

On another note, your buddy Don Rumsfeld tried to remove the participation of the United States Armed Forces in the Sinai upon taking up the mantle of Sec. of Defense in 2001. Apparently, Don Rumsfeld thought he too could abrogate America’s commitment to the Israel-Egypt peace treaty. He quietly dropped the subject after 9/11 when suddenly it seemed wise to send more troops to the region instead of less.

I was in Israel all last week. I didn’t see any sense of panic or loathing about what’s going on in Egypt. Instead, I saw a rare instance where Israelis all agreed on two things:
1. They didn’t know where this would all lead.
2. Any advice they gave Mubarak and Egypt will be resented and dismissed.

Life went on and continues to do so.

There is NO Santa Claus on February 10, 2011 at 2:10 pm

This protest in Egypt is a little similar to the French Revolution in France in the late 18th century. You see folks, during the French Revolution, the french people wanted equality and wanted to overthrow the old monarch government in their country, but when the new government, the directory proved unable to meet the problems within disorganized France. The glory of foreign victories won under the directory was due to Bonaparte. On November 9, 1799, he helped overthrow the directory and replaced it with a Consulate of three members. And after the revolution in France, Napolean started too many wars, bankrupted France and wasn’t able to win the wars he started.

Now we all know who the Muslim Brotherhood are, the problem is that just about everyone in the media, that goes for Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, etc. are calling the Muslim Brotherhood “secular”! My ass their secular. I assume tomorrow on the View, those hags (including fake conservative Elizabeth Hasselbeck) are going to parrot the talking points of the media and say that “the Muslim Brotherhood are our allies, there secular, and they’ll be fair to Israel and the USA”, I can guarantee you something stupid like that will be said on the View tomorrow?

“A nation is identified by it’s borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on February 10, 2011 at 3:35 pm

Yowza. I think this whole affair is tenuous and scary and those who REALLY know their history know how this will eventually unfold.

I’d like to know more about the Ayers/Dohrn/Adams angle on all this.

It’s sad what America has let herself come to.

Skunky on February 10, 2011 at 4:40 pm

There were beheadings immediately in 1789 at the very start of the French Revolution. Not as many as in the Terror a few years later, but the French Democrats were parading around in 1789 with the heads of their opponents proudly on display.

Ironically Napoleon was also a harbinger of Communism. Even after France surrendered Europe in 1815, the memories of overthrow of the old regimes gave rise to the 1848 revolutions which Marx praised and used as part of his basis and justification for Communism.

And in defense, we are as much concerned with capabilities as with the situation on the ground at a given moment. All the convoluted explanations of why the Muslim Brotherhood is moderate, won’t take over, etc. etc. etc. are meaningless; even if true, which they aren’t, this whole situation has dramatically increased the capability of a more extremist Muslim (pardon the duplication) leadership.

Little Al on February 10, 2011 at 4:43 pm

    The French method of beheading was probably the most humane way to esecute someone–a clean swipe, quick. They estimate you retain consciousness for less than 20 seconds in your severed bouncing head. Then everything is quiet.

    The Muslims commit savagery, by contrast. They do it slow and sloppy. You agonize with every stroke of the dull blade.

    I can’t think of a single thing the Muslims do that isn’t subhuman savagery: stoning, hanging, beating and whipping, and slow beheading.

    BethesdaDog on February 11, 2011 at 10:15 pm

Right. This article deserves to be read. By anyone who is still able to think. Thanks.

Not Ovenready on February 11, 2011 at 12:29 am

Trump, Rummy, and Cheney to join Mubarak in Fuhrerbunker.

NadePaulKuciGravMcKi on February 11, 2011 at 5:59 am

Mubarak didn’t remain dictator for all these years by himself and he still has his exact same military to remain in power and they will set the election rules NOT Obama who should shut his mouth and mind his own business. Especially when Obama’s memory is getting so poor. He says one second, “the Leaders of Egypt will be determined in Egypt by Egyptians” then in the next sentence tells Mubarak what the Obama brain wants him to immediately do.

AND Mumbarak is now doing each and every one of these things to shove it up Obama’s @ss.

Looks good on Jimmy Carter II.

Bill C. on February 11, 2011 at 6:14 am

My only disagreement with Debbie is that she points at the US as the cause of Israel giving parts of the Land to the Bnei Amalek (Muslims). Did the US force Dayan to give control of the Temple Mount to the Muslims as well?

Israel’s elite stratum has tried to shed parts of the Land since it was retaken in the Six Day War. Indeed, it is sadly true that the elites of the time really didn’t want all the Muslims to flee Eretz Israel. After all, who then could they use to counterbalance Jews who care about Judaism?

Israel has co-created its current mess. I think it was the Jew-hater Kissinger who said that Israel has no foreign policy, just domestic politics.

skzion on February 11, 2011 at 10:38 am

Hold On!
Let us not forget this is a sovereign nation and will determine it’s own future all you democracy loving people out there. How about that?
Israel for once this in not all about YOU, although we’ve made it easy to believe that for 60 years. Times they are a changing’ Your time might be better spent making peace instead of war for once.

Donna Wagner on February 11, 2011 at 11:53 am

Israel better get that 124 miles locked the hell down and quick. Guns, guns and more guns.

samurai on February 11, 2011 at 12:10 pm

“With Egypt in chaos, the kingdom is Washington’s only major ally left in the Arab world and the Saudis want the Americans to remember that,” said a source in Riyadh.

Riyadh’s intervention seriously undermines the US leverage in the Egyptian crisis.

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/back-off-hosni-mubarak-saudi-king-abdullah-warns-barack-obama/story-e6frg6so-1226003947985

Weren’t a majority of the 9/11 attackers Saudi? And what Australia doesnt know is that Obama serisously undermines US leverage in whatever we set out to do. 2012 cant come fast enough.

jdiz on February 11, 2011 at 1:54 pm

The problem is not Mubarak or Barad-ee. It is the religion that imbued these people with hate against anyone who does not believe that the guy is a prophet. He brainwashed them then sealed their brains so that they may never think. They are programmed to hate any one who does not accept his claim of prophethood.

G. R. SCHAROUBIM on February 11, 2011 at 8:10 pm

” “Today the Egyptian army patrols over there. But if there is a mess, they will flee.”

Yeah, this I love. Typical Egyptian military. There was an AEI Middle East expert on one of the talk shows who said if there’s a war this time, it will be the “six hours,” not the “six day war.”

He said the military has weapons but no ammunition. Could that be true. We (the US) gives them billions of dollars of modern equipment but no bullets? Amazing.

I guess we didn’t trust them to use the stuff. The Egyptian Army is the Barney Fife of Middle East militaries. (He got one bullet to keep in his shirt pocket.)

These guys are hopeless. Still bloodthirsty, uneducated medieval savages. Yeah, they caught the Israelis sleeping in ’73, but I don’t think it will happen again. What will happen again will be another big war….sooner or later.

Just wait ’til the radical Egyptian government decides to embark on a nuclear program, just like Iran and North Korea.

What a mess Obama has created.

This idiot will be turned out of office and sent off to Hyde Park to write more books and travel around like the Negro Jimmy Carter, where he’ll be adored by the leftwing kooks.

The damage he did will live for generations.

BethesdaDog on February 11, 2011 at 10:10 pm

I thought the situation would be different than the transition of power in Iraq since the revolution was a joint effort of the Egyptian people and not of a foreign nation but I understand now that there are very few good options, if any. Suleiman as the right hand of Mubarak is not the best choice to become the future leader of Egypt but I think he is still better than the Muslim Brotherhood.

Julie Kinnear on February 13, 2011 at 2:05 am

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