Amazing.

As Twitchy has reported, massive protests are ongoing in Egypt, as citizens take to the streets to protest the Muslim Brotherhood and President Morsi. The smile graffiti speaks a thousand words.

https://twitter.com/Kemety/status/273391268648861696

Here is the scene as the protests against Morsi and his dictatorial power grabs continue.

https://twitter.com/T3ev/status/273437971879981056

The police continue their abuses. As Twitchy reported, a journalist was also beaten and robbed by CSF when filming the protests outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo.

The protesters will not be cowed and are not backing down.

While the US Embassy in Cairo is “glad Mubarak is gone” and sees the revolution that put Morsi in power as a “positive step forward,” the people of Egypt do not.

Twitchy will continue to monitor this story and update with further developments.

Update:

 

Amazing.

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  • http://twitter.com/rashiedrushing Rashied Rushing

    Seems to me the people of Egypt want freedom and choice and that is who the US should stand by. The current admin. is so in over its head…

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      The U.S. should stand by Israel too. However, neither is likely to happen as Obama is all for Morsi’s dictatorial rule over Egypt, as he gets ready for his dictatorial rule over the U.S.

    • tredglx

      The US stood by the Egyptians – as they were demonstrating against Mubarak, and in favor of the Muslim Brotherhood. Remember the Arab Spring, and how 0bama was all excited about it, how he was like a giggling schoolgirl who saw her favorite singing star?
      The US stood by them as they got what they wished. Time for them to deal with that bad decision on their own, like adults.

    • tredglx

      The US stood by the Egyptians – as they were demonstrating against Mubarak, and in favor of the Muslim Brotherhood. Remember the Arab Spring, and how 0bama was all excited about it, how he was like a giggling schoolgirl who saw her favorite singing star?
      The US stood by them as they got what they wished. Time for them to deal with that bad decision on their own, like adults.

  • Mother Nature’s Son

    thats not just a smile face, there’s a hammer at each end, for a crushing fascist. beware america, this re-tread morsi is an arm of Obama, and this was just a trial balloon. if he had not rec’d this pushback, then barry would be warming up the drones, his Obama occupy army.

  • Liberal Hater

    So are we going to let these folks down like we let the Iranian protesters down? Obama always comes down on the wrong side of these things, letting pro-freedom folks be slaughtered.

    • tredglx

      Let them down?
      0bama was their cheerleader-in-chief while they were clamoring for MB rule, or don’t you remember back that far?

  • tredglx

    So let me get this straight: Egypt doesn’t like Mubarak because he’s a dictator. Egypt overthrows Mubarak the dictator, and installs the Muslim Brotherhood. NOW, Egypt doesn’t like the MB, because Morsi is trending toward – say it with me – dictatorship.

    Egyptians, and Americans both, heed these words: You deserve the government you elect. Or, in both cases, the government you select.

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      Unfortunately, that means those of us who didn’t want this government and didn’t vote for it will have to suffer too. Same with Egypt. Well, life isn’t fair, after all.

      • tredglx

        This…is true

  • http://pinterest.com/j0s1395/ Josephine (D)

    I don’t know who to support any more…

  • http://twitter.com/sqwakbox sqwakbox

    That wall is pathetic. It looks as if someone took a bunch of boxes, painted them yellow, and stacked them up.

  • http://ConservativeMom.net/ LoriGirl

    Good for them! Bad for BHO & henchman though, as they’re going to be confused about who to funnel weapons to.

  • moonsbreath

    So, these people didn’t know that the Muslim Brotherhood and Morsi would lead to a dictatorship? They’re just as clueless as those who voted for Obama here.

  • moonsbreath

    They need to turn that creepy smile upsidedown.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/PZBOBYXEMIJBYT3YVXDMNZRMG4 G

    I want a big “Obama The Muslim Brother from The Hood Stole our Country” banner like the Daily News in Egypt guys have got. :0(
    He looks just like pharoah too. It’s all coming together now.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/PZBOBYXEMIJBYT3YVXDMNZRMG4 G

    I want a big “Obama The Muslim Brother from The Hood Stole our Country” banner like the Daily News in Egypt guys have got. :0(
    He looks just like pharoah too. It’s all coming together now.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/PZBOBYXEMIJBYT3YVXDMNZRMG4 G

    Hopefully King Morsi will play nice with the Biillion in military aide and such he’ll receive yearly from U.S. King Obamadinajad.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/PZBOBYXEMIJBYT3YVXDMNZRMG4 G

    Hopefully King Morsi will play nice with the Biillion in military aide and such he’ll receive yearly from U.S. King Obamadinajad.

  • Grumpa Grumpus

    This is the same muslin(sic) ‘hoods that Prez!Stinky is in love w/right?

    What will Dingleberry do as the bloody reprisals exposes more of his Bro’s evil?