Sisi for President: The Turn, the Turn, the Turn, the Turn
The Place: The Republican Guard headquarters
The Time: Days after the overthrow of Mohamed Morsi
The Event: The Brotherhood’s sit-in, followed by clashes in which dozens of Morsi supporters are killed.
And those who joined the Brotherhood are astounded.
For an entire year, the organization prepared to crush those whom Mohamed Abdel-Maqsud described as “atheists and hypocrites.” The Brotherhood did not understand why the “Get angry, Morsi!” campaign did not succeed, while the “Grind them to pieces, Sisi” campaign did… when the smartest one of them is a grocer in Zad supermarket. 
They didn't understand a simple truth: the security state is loyal only to the security state.
The Guidance Bureau's use of the organization's police dogs to break up the sit-in by Morsi's opponents at the presidential palace was proof that Morsi's continued hypocrisy towards the police and the many changes that he made in the Ministry of Defense, the intelligence apparatus, the Ministry of Interior, and the Republic Guard were not enough – and the organization had to do its own suppressing.
Afterwards, the Brotherhood chose a minister who suited them, and suited what they wanted to do in the country.
After this minister was appointed, the police killed dozens of people in front of Port Said Prison because they were armed (doesn't that accusation remind you of something?) before opening fire on their funeral the following day -- to the cheers of our brothers in God.
Ibrahim is Morsi's choice… but they brought him on for a reason. He did not carry his mission out in full for them, but did so for someone else. The question is, why?Read More