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Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi


Stop complaining, stop having 6 to 10 or more children, stop marrying more than one wife

 

Stop Blaming this visionary Pharaoh President Abdel Fattah el Sisi and just work harder

 

I am sick and tired of hearing about all these factions supported by the European Union and Britain that do not fully support our great Egyptian president. Do they want Egypt to end up like Libya, Syria and Iraq?

 

In less than three years Egypt will be able to export enough gas to support European industries. They are becoming food self-sufficient with over 5 million extra acres being planted in Sinai. Does anyone recall how bad Egypt was when the current president took over?  Before el Sisi gas queues, daily power shutoffs, kidnappings, and food shortages were the norm. Add to that a crumbling infra-structure and breakdowns in security and Egypt was a struggling country.

 

The Egyptian people need to change their old ways of thinking. They must stop making people lazy by giving them jobs through corrupt payouts. People should earn jobs with their qualifications and work ethic. It's time to plan out their families intelligently, having a reasonable number of children they can properly care for instead of recklessly having six to ten kids they cannot afford to feed or clothe.

 

We live in the 21st century, stop marrying multiple wives. A man only needs one wife. In the old days many men had multiple wives taking in widows of war and illness to provide shelter and security for them and their children. That is no longer needed today. No normal woman in today's world is interested in sharing her husband with other wives. Those outdated ideas were an accepted form social slavery.

 

Part of el-Sisi's vision for Egypt, like his plans for the new capital of Cairo, are going to make it as good or better than many European cities. I can see why many Europeans are escaping the madness of socialism in their home countries and retiring to the Red Sea peninsula for its safety, beauty and good quality of life.

WARNING


No more op-eds, life is too short, As-salamu alaykum, Sayonara, Au-revoir, Goodbye, auf Wiedersehen, Arrivederci…

 

My truthful, factual and take no prisoners style of writing often offends the powerful

Life is too short; at 70 years old, I do not need this nonsense in my life; egos are for insecure losers

 

Where would Egypt be today without President Abel Fattah el Sisi and the Egyptian military?

 

He should discharge his economic advisors and replace them with Western economists and bankers

 

I have read many complaints from opposition faction leaders and parties griping about the state of the economy and high inflation in Egypt, trying to lay the blame on President El Sisi. What they fail to comprehend is that worldwide inflation has nearly doubled in the past three years and currently Europe, Canada, Australia, and the United States are in a recession. I would ask the Egyptian president’s detractors one question, “would they prefer to go back to President Morsi’s time?”. In just seven years, President el Sisi has achieved more than what was achieved by all his predecessors in the previous 70 years combined. They should stop complaining and show appreciation for all that this great president has accomplished with his massive strengthening of Egyptian infrastructure and rebuilding the country’s military. No administration is perfect, but the good ones learn from their mistakes and do not repeat them. Under his leadership Egypt is now poised to continue to prosper like never before. El Sisi is a Pharaoh like leader and a great house builder. He has my full support, and I know that he is on the right track to continue the modernization of Egyptian manufacturing, farming, water management, and oil and gas expansion deep into the 21st century.


High interest rates create high inflation. The current 25% interest rates are not sustainable, and banks cannot continue to service such high rates. Over time such rates will lead to something far worse like the nation’s economy grinding to a halt. Borrowing money at rates between 28% to 30% is not affordable and will lead to the collapse of many small and medium size banks, which will ultimately be followed by civil unrest. In my opinion, President el Sisi has a major problem on his hands, he has been very poorly advised economically. Disaster is in the waiting if they continue down this current slippery slope. I want him and his government to succeed, and I sincerely hope he will rethink his economic policies.


Introduction


I was born in Egypt in 1952, and have lived outside there for nearly 54 years, 25 years in Britain and 29 years in my current place of residence in Canada. When a man reaches my age, we often become more nostalgic about where we came from. As a native Egyptian, I feel a great sense of pride in my heritage. Like my father before me, I have learned to follow Egyptian politics having followed it closely since the days of President Nasser.

 

Over the past 8 years since President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi came into power in 2014, the country has undergone a massive infra-structure transformation across many areas including farming and gold mining. Additionally, a major manufacturing revolution has begun. The Egyptian military has also been significantly upgraded and improved, now the strongest in the middle east. Of course, there have been some missteps, no one is perfect, but under President el-Sisi the near-term and long-term future of the Egyptian people is extremely encouraging.  

My advice to the President, you now need the management skills to run these industries, such skills is available in the private sector.


Privatize all military run industries, keep the military with 25% or less, hand over control to the private sector, military must retreat back to the barracks and handover to the private sector. Free market, free flow of currencies, is the only solution to get an economic revival.


Egypt’s energy sector has also advanced greatly with recent discoveries of oil and gas; in particular, the Al Arish Gas Fired Power Plant, which once fully operational is expected to rival the gas production of Qatar. And just this month, Chevron Corporation announced the discovery of a new gas well, called "Narges-1X", in the offshore Narges area near Al-Arish in Egypt. The Narges offshore block (in which Chevron operates at 45 percent, Eni 45 percent, and state-run company Tharwa at 10 percent) discovered 3.5 trillion cubic feet of gas.

https://www.egypttoday.com/Article/3/121088/US-Chevron-discovers-3-5tcf-gas-well-in-Egypt


In my previous op-eds on President Al Sisi, I referred to him as the pharaoh, the builder of a new great house of Egypt. I have also warned the United States, and Europe, especially Britain to not interfere and to keep their form of liberal progressive democracy away from Egypt. The United States, Britain, France, and their allies have failed miserably in Iraq, Syria, Libya and Afghanistan. Hopefully they will learn from their mistakes and stay out of Egyptian politics.


Al-Sisi is a capable leader that can get the job done, Because of him and his strong military the future of Egypt looks extremely encouraging. Despite many of the economic problems the West has been having, today’s Egypt is stronger than it’s been in a long time. Unlike much of Europe these days, In Egypt there is no need for queuing for food or gas, a sight that has become all too familiar throughout Europe in recent years.


President al-Sisi has promised Saudi Arabia, and the Emirates Egypt’s full military assistance and protection in the event Iran would ever dare attack. Egypt is grateful for the opportunity to offer their support their close brothers. Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Kuwait do not need the West to export or impose their current brand of democracy. The people in those countries are enjoying a much higher standard of living and we should leave them alone. Instead, the West should assist them to further advance their technology. China is the big threat that we need to watch out for. They have almost completely taken over Africa and are gaining major economic influence in the Middle East.


No more op-eds for me, life is too short; As-salamu alaykum, Sayonara, Au-revoir, Goodbye, auf Wiedersehen, Arrivederci...

 

I have decided to stop writing op-eds on scientifically, politically, and socially charged topics as well as those based on true factual medical data regarding coronavirus vaccines. The main reason is simple, telling the truth is no longer what the public wants. Qualities like Integrity, credibility, honesty, and religious worship are like relics from the past that are no longer held in high esteem. The leading messages prevailing in today's world are based largely on lies and are being perpetuated by self-serving politicians and bureaucrats. In many respects it has become a sad world. Social media seems to have shrunk people’s brains, and opposing viewpoints are no longer welcome or encouraged. Most people today do not want facts or reasoning; they only want confirmation of what they have been made to believe. Society is being brainwashed. Unless someone is prepared to lie or appease the popular narrative of the day circulating through the various social media outlets, they will be labeled as conspiracy theorists, bigots, fascists, mentally incompetent, and many other unflattering names and labels.


Below are excerpts from some of my past articles where I referenced President al-Sisi. I have decided to stop writing op-eds on controversial topics like politics, and social and cultural issues. My "take no prisoners" approach and telling the truth how it really is has upset many, including some western politicians. So, I have decided to hang it up for now and simply say, “As-salamu alaykum and goodbye!” I will revert back to focusing my writing on fiction, which has always been a passion of mine.


A true historian should report true historical events, no matter who they offend


Having spent over three years in literary exile which I began in 1996, I carefully analyzed World War II from every conceivable angle and concluded that without Russia, the west would have fallen to the Nazi’s. Unfortunately, the history of the second world war was written by Winston Churchill, a biased British Prime Minister with a large, and self-serving ego.  My novel, Sadness with Joy (linked below) was born from what I learned during my deep dive into the real history of WWII.

https://emil-malak.com/portfolio/01-Sadness%20with%20Joy%20volume%201&2.pdf


So much needless death and destruction has been inflicted on countries like Iraq, Libya, Syria, Afghanistan, and others because of military conflicts instigated by the United States, Britain, France, and some of their puppet allies. Reckless wars have accounted for at least hundreds of thousands, if not millions of civilian casualties. In this, my departing piece, I would like to address the mess that has been created whenever Western countries interfered in the affairs of these countries.


Operation Desert Storm; George H. W. Bush


President George H.W. Bush (senior) was an extremely smart leader who knew that going into Iraq will be a grave mistake. He was one hundred percent correct in defending the occupation of Kuwait. Once he secured Iraq’s retreat from Kuwait, he successfully ended the mission with minimal loss


Afghanistan and Iraq: George W. Bush (Junior) and Tony Blair

 

In 2003, George W. Bush led what turned into a long and disastrous second invasion of Iraq. The opening salvo began with the United States attack on the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2001, as retaliation for the attacks of September 11th. It began what turned into a long and painful ordeal that completely destabilized the Middle East


Where is Iraq today? Under Saddam Hussein’s rule the Iraqi people were much better off than they are living today's mayhem. Afghanistan is also a complete mess, and their people are starving. The mighty American military has failed them and was humiliated in front of the whole world. I do not blame the military; they were simply carrying out orders given by the incompetent and idiotic Biden Administration


Libya: Barack Obama, David Cameron, and Nicolas Sarkozy

 

In 2011, American and British naval forces fired over 110 Tomahawk cruise missiles, while the French Air Force, British Royal Air Force, and Royal Canadian Air Force undertook sorties across Libya and a naval blockade by Coalition forces. French jets launched air strikes against Libyan Army tanks and vehicles. Toppling Moammar Qaddafi left a vacuum in leadership that invited ISIS and other terrorist groups into Libya causing yet another disaster. Another example where the people were much better off under Qaddafi than they are living in today's mayhem.

 

On the surface, attacks like this look justifiable because of the evil leaders that are being removed. However, toppling them when there is no plan in place or infrastructure within the citizenry to step in and govern only leaves a vacuum of leadership that invites even worse regimes to come in and assume power, causing further destabilization. Usually when outsiders meddle in the affairs of other countries, they often leave a trail of innocent casualties and senseless destruction, as was the case in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, and Libya.

 

As evil as Saddam Hussein, Bashar el-Assad and Muammar Qaddafi were, they were experts at keeping the peace within their borders. Once they were removed from power the many warring tribes and factions in their respective countries became unrestrained and a major mess ensued. The chaos left behind in the aftermath of bringing down a government was forewarned by the late Colin Powell during the planning stages of George W. Bush’s invasion of Iraq. Secretary Powell used the metaphor of the so-called Pottery Barn rule during his admonition to the former president saying, “You break it, you own it.” Once the governments in Iraq and Libya were toppled, confusion and disorder immediately followed. The truth is the people of Iraq and Libya were actually better off under the leadership of Hussein and Qaddafi then they were after they were removed.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Second_World_War_(book_series)


Excerpts from previous op-eds about Egypt’s great President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi


·       September 2022

 

Egypt

 

Yes, I am a proud supporter of this great modern-day Pharaoh, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. I have never met him, I have no business interests in Egypt, and I am not seeking any political favors. I just love my country, the country of my birth and its great people.

 

Europe and the United States should keep out of Egyptian affairs

They have already destroyed enough Middle Eastern countries


President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi is a visionary man. He is a pharaoh that set out to modernize Egypt and bring it into the 21st century. Now we hear idiotic commentary by the BBC and other biased western media outlets criticizing this great President. Egypt should never go back to the past. In just six years, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi did what no previous Egyptian president in the previous 40 years could do. Just take notice of the mess America and Europe have created through their involvement in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Saudi Arabia, and the Gulf States. We must support the Egyptian President in every way possible. I am glad they are standing by Egypt during this difficult economic time. I have written many op-eds supporting President el-Sisi, and today I warn the West, hands off Egypt. I left Egypt over 52 years ago. I love my Egyptian people and only our President el-Sisi will be able to help them achieve peace and future prosperity. Have patience, he is doing a great job. The Egyptians have the best President they have ever had in their history. He has earned our support. El Sisi will succeed no matter how much foreign forces try to interfere. 


Imagine how well Egypt will be after another six years under the leadership of this great Egyptian president. Egypt will be the strongest country in the region. Remarkably, it seems that many western leaders are more interested in seeing Egypt fail than succeed. Failing to support them is a disastrous geopolitical move that will have far reaching consequences, not only in the region but worldwide.

 

Today Egypt is converting over 4 million acres of desert into usable farmland. With liquified gas production having quadrupled, Egypt is sitting on a massive gas reserve, and has undertaken an incredible infra-structure project. All of these innovations have been initiated by this great President, including the utilization of tens of thousands of apartments to house the poor, and military run farms to subsidize food products making bread and other foods more affordable for lower income citizens.

https://ceocfointerviews.com/emilmalakclimateoped22.html

 

·       March 2021

 

Egypt golden Pharaoh’s parade

Thank you President Abdel Fattah el-SISI, you are our modern-day Pharaoh

 

As a proud Egyptian, the celebration of our Pharoah’s ancestors was so spectacular. It was an unforgettable experience for the world to watch, reminisce and imagine how great this civilization was. Finally, the grand Egyptian museum is set to open.


Everyone should watch this incredible parade and once the coronavirus is over, make sure you visit the dreamy, unique, and realistic revival of the Pharoah's civilization.


Our great Egyptian President has already started on a massive infra-structure rebuilding of Egypt that will revive its economy and as I said before Egypt will be the envy of the world sooner than we all expect. 

https://www.google.com/search?q=Egyptian+golden+pharaoh+parade&rlz=1C1CHZN_enCA941CA941&oq=Egyptian+golden+pharaoh+parade&aqs=chrome..69i57&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-

 

·       March 2021

 

The Ethiopian Grand Renaissance Dam; is it the Ethiopians against the

Pharaohs?

 

Is history repeating itself yet again? Does Ethiopia really believe for a second that President el-Sisi, today’s modern-day Egyptian pharaoh, will allow them to block Egypt’s water supply? To avoid a looming conflict in the region, the United States, the African Union and the useless United Nations should force a legally binding agreement to be adhered to by the Ethiopians. Ethiopia needs to remember that Sudan used to be part of Egypt.


In October 1954, the President of Egypt Gamal Abel Nasser, signed a treaty with Sudan and the British, granting Sudan their independence on January 1,1956.


Ethiopia should carefully read and review that treaty. Our Egyptian President, the Pharaoh el-Sisi will never allow them to withhold Egypt’s water lifeline. The Sudanese and the Egyptian people are still brothers and sisters, and they will never allow Ethiopia to hold ransom over their legal right to water. The Ethiopian Grand Renaissance Dam was built on Egyptian historical territories.

https://in.news.yahoo.com/egyptian-president-el-sissi-issues-084716814.html

https://news.yahoo.com/egypt-sudan-reject-ethiopian-proposal-213047283.html

 

·       September 2020

 

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.

Of course, as an Egyptian, even after having left the country more than fifty years ago, I am eager to follow their progress. There is no benefit for me to take sides, as I have no business interests tied to Egypt. My comments are fact based without bias.

 

President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi is doing a great job developing new infra-structure projects and trying to make Egypt self-sufficient by increasing their manufacturing capabilities. In the meantime, he is maintaining a strong army that is ready to defend his country and his Arab neighbors if needed.

 

I am extremely pleased to see that President Trump supports him. Today’s world needs strong committed leaders, not ideological socialist Marxists that forcibly control their self-serving regimes. Egypt is now one the safest countries in the world for tourism. They are becoming the economic envy of the world.

 

MILITARY SUCCESS IS THE FUTURE FOR THE MIDDLE EAST

Egypt’s military president, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, has proven that a military takeover can be successful at improving peoples’ lives. Western style democracy has failed in the Middle East. Egypt’s president saved Egypt from becoming a Libyan style militia. It may be time to introduce some democratic principles to advance military governments throughout the Middle East. As a proud Egyptian, who left in 1970, I support my president and the way he is working to better the lives of the average Egyptian.

 

Egypt’s military government

As a proud Egyptian Christian, I believe the present government in Egypt, led by Lt General President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, has implemented a well-organized plan of action against the coronavirus. I left Egypt almost 50 years ago. I love Egypt and I am relieved it is now in the safe hands of the president and the military. The Egyptian President has saved Egypt from total anarchy and disaster. It seems that Egypt is finally on the road to economic prosperity.



WARNING


No more op-eds, life is too short, As-salamu alaykum, Sayonara, Au-revoir, Goodbye, auf Wiedersehen, Arrivederci…

 

My truthful, factual and take no prisoners style of writing often offends the powerful

Life is too short; at 70 years old, I do not need this nonsense in my life; egos are for insecure losers

 

Where would Egypt be today without President Abel Fattah el Sisi and the Egyptian military?

 

He should discharge his economic advisors and replace them with Western economists and bankers

 

I have read many complaints from opposition faction leaders and parties griping about the state of the economy and high inflation in Egypt, trying to lay the blame on President El Sisi. What they fail to comprehend is that worldwide inflation has nearly doubled in the past three years and currently Europe, Canada, Australia, and the United States are in a recession. I would ask the Egyptian president’s detractors one question, “would they prefer to go back to President Morsi’s time?”. In just seven years, President el Sisi has achieved more than what was achieved by all his predecessors in the previous 70 years combined. They should stop complaining and show appreciation for all that this great president has accomplished with his massive strengthening of Egyptian infrastructure and rebuilding the country’s military. No administration is perfect, but the good ones learn from their mistakes and do not repeat them. Under his leadership Egypt is now poised to continue to prosper like never before. El Sisi is a Pharaoh like leader and a great house builder. He has my full support, and I know that he is on the right track to continue the modernization of Egyptian manufacturing, farming, water management, and oil and gas expansion deep into the 21st century.

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Over the past 8 years since President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi came into power in 2014, the country has undergone a massive infra-structure transformation across many areas including farming and gold mining. Additionally, a major manufacturing revolution has begun. The Egyptian military has also been significantly upgraded and improved, now the strongest in the middle east. Of course, there have been some missteps, no one is perfect, but under President el-Sisi the near-term and long-term future of the Egyptian people is extremely encouraging.  

My advice to the President, you now need the management skills to run these industries, such skills is available in the private sector.


Privatize all military run industries, keep the military with 25% or less, hand over control to the private sector, military must retreat back to the barracks and handover to the private sector. Free market, free flow of currencies, is the only solution to get an economic revival.


Egypt’s energy sector has also advanced greatly with recent discoveries of oil and gas; in particular, the Al Arish Gas Fired Power Plant, which once fully operational is expected to rival the gas production of Qatar. And just this month, Chevron Corporation announced the discovery of a new gas well, called "Narges-1X", in the offshore Narges area near Al-Arish in Egypt. The Narges offshore block (in which Chevron operates at 45 percent, Eni 45 percent, and state-run company Tharwa at 10 percent) discovered 3.5 trillion cubic feet of gas.

https://www.egypttoday.com/Article/3/121088/US-Chevron-discovers-3-5tcf-gas-well-in-Egypt


In my previous op-eds on President Al Sisi, I referred to him as the pharaoh, the builder of a new great house of Egypt. I have also warned the United States, and Europe, especially Britain to not interfere and to keep their form of liberal progressive democracy away from Egypt. The United States, Britain, France, and their allies have failed miserably in Iraq, Syria, Libya and Afghanistan. Hopefully they will learn from their mistakes and stay out of Egyptian politics.


Al-Sisi is a capable leader that can get the job done, Because of him and his strong military the future of Egypt looks extremely encouraging. Despite many of the economic problems the West has been having, today’s Egypt is stronger than it’s been in a long time. Unlike much of Europe these days, In Egypt there is no need for queuing for food or gas, a sight that has become all too familiar throughout Europe in recent years.

January 25, 2023 Op-Ed -