By ZeroHour News
Documents obtained by the investigatory coverage Program at UC Berkeley show the United States of America channeled funding through a State Department programme to push democracy within the geographic area region. This programme smartly supported activists and politicians who have fomented unrest in Egypt, once autocratic president national leader was ousted in a very standard insurrection in Gregorian calendar month 2011.
“We were told by the Americans that if we see big street protests that sustain themselves for a week, they will reconsider all current US policies towards the Muslim Brotherhood regime.”
Saaddin Ibrahim, Egyptian-American politician opposed to Morsi
Information obtained below the Freedom Of Information Act, interviews, and public records reveal Washington’s “democracy assistance” could have desecrated Egyptian law, that prohibits foreign political funding.
“Make a road bump with a broken palm tree to stop the buses going into Cairo, and drench the road around it with gas and diesel. When the bus slows down for the bump, set it all ablaze so it will burn down with all the passengers inside … God bless.”
Omar Afifi Soliman, US-funded anti-Morsi activist.
The funding may even have broken United States government laws that ban the usage of taxpayers’ cash to fund foreign politicians to target democratically elected governments.
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