Egyptian President Al-Sisi With the Coptic Christians at Christmas Mass:
Video courtesy of: MEMRI TV
What a shame that we do not have a leader with such honor, here in America, like that of President Al-Sisi…
Although, we must never forget: The Egyptian people paid for their leader with their blood. They sacrificed everything in a revolution to acquire a man of such greatness. They gave all and in return, they received all.
Let us remember, at the onset of the Egyptian Revolution.. the Coptic Christians were suffering tremendous persecution under the Muslim Brotherhood Regime, headed by Mohamed Morsi. When the Egyptian people united together in a revolution to oust Mohamed Morsi, then “General” Al-Sisi stood with the people. He called out the military under his command to protect the citizens in their uprising and to assist them in overthrowing the fascist, Islamic regime.
True display of honor is not walking in lock-step with a totalitarian regime, that seeks to persecute and enslave it’s people. But rather, it is standing in defiance of it. And that is exactly what the Egyptian people, their military and General Al-Sisi did. He stood with the people. That is precisely what true men of honor do. They do the ‘right thing’ for the greater good of the citizenry and humanity itself, especially when one’s personal freedom and/or life could be sacrificed, in doing so.
If President Al-Sisi stays on the course that he is currently, he may end up being the greatest leader Egypt has ever had.
And..if the American people are not willing to sacrifice their blood for new leadership, then perhaps we are not worthy of obtaining such greatness…
I wonder if American Soldiers ever consider this fact:
American military personnel willingly shed their blood on foreign soil, to replace a foreign leader in another country, for another people..yet, they choose not to do the same, in their own nation, for their own people.
‘..Every nation receives the government it deserves..’
– Joseph de Maistre