We, the West, did a nice job putting democracy in Egypt. Only 2 years ago Mubarek was ousted by rebels infiltrated, and orchestrated by Western agencies. The govt were forced to step down and new democratic voting systems were put in place while the world applauded the so called Arab Spring; the power of the people. North African revolutions soon spread to the Middle East with similar events taking place in Yemen, Bahrain, Jordan, Syria and Libya. Or did we? Is the truth about to come out? It is now surfacing that Morsi (from his prison cell at the time) and his Muslim Brotherhood, financed by the US to the tune of 2 billion dollars per year were originally behind the fall of Mubarek. As we all know, while the West were 'watching' the region, armed gangs violently overtook prison guards, released Morsi and left the gates open for anyone else who wanted to walk free. Egyptions who watched and were buoyed by Tunisia overthrowing their govt and with the West's propaganda machine in full swing, along with the promises of a new, free, rich Egypt, locals were encouraged to vote for Morsi, an escaped prisoner, to walk straight into office and while he managed his people and rationed their food to three slices of bread per day, he continued economic policies direct from the IMF/White House book of housekeeping. While the West have so far backed up every 'rebellion' across the region, they are lost now, reneging on their own policies. Will they stand back and let the people, and army of Egypt, topple the man they put in place. International rules state clearly that if there is a military coup, the US must rescind that annual $2 billion dollars, which has been the only thing feeding the Egyptians. Have the Egyptians just woken up to how they were originally conned by the West into accepting Mubarek, the IMF puppet and realise they were better off before the 'Arab Spring'? Did Morsi wake up to the their puppet masters and decide enough was enough, that IMF/White House economic policies were crippling his country? Or is it a case, as is being put forward on BBC Newsnight now just now, that Arabs, not used to democracy, don't know what to do with it when they finally get it and they certainly don't deserve it. With the Syrian war now officially taking place on Lebanon's streets and the US backing Syrian rebels/Al Qu'ada does anyone really know what the hell is going to happen, or if anyone knows what is even going on? It looks to me, even with all the NSA spying, it did the US naff-all good - or it worked a treat and they are still orchestrating complete chaos with the sole intention of destabilising the whole of the Middle East. The old chestnut, divide and conquer has been working since time began, why change now?