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    • Bitcoin Li
    • 07.07.13 | 14:31 (IDT)

    In the recent election there were a number of polls conducted. El Baradei scored an average of around 2%. The only time he did fairly well was a three way poll, only three candidates, in which he got 19% and Amr Moussa got 47%. El Baradei is a non candidate. He is heavily promoted in Western media as "opposition leader", but the reality simply does not support that. So ask, why would an unpopular candidate who will accelerate civil unrest be promoted by the West, read by Israel? Across the board there are a rapidly growing number of small efforts to destabilize certain countries. A message to Israelis, an observation. Your government is engaged in a last ditch effort to create a defined state that is reliable for several more years. I guarantee these efforts are poor strategy. The citizens of the state of Israel are being walked into the cool aid room on Masada. Protect yourselves.

    from the article: ElBaradei's appointment as Egypt's interim prime minister put on hold
    First published 02:53 07.07.13 | Last updated 01:09 07.07.13
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