Day of Irrelevance for America

Respect doesn’t fall from the sky; it needs to be earned; once earned it needs to be nurtured and protected to endure; the day respect is thrown into the wind, by the individual or by a State that individual or State ceases to be relevant.

 This headline White House in talks with Egypt for Mubarak to quit immediately: report datelined 10:14 PM; February 3, 2011 includes this paragraph:

“The report came as the US Senate approved by unanimous consent a resolution urging Mubarak to create a caretaker government.

The resolution, sponsored by Senator John Kerry (D-Mass.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.), called on Mubarak “to immediately begin an orderly and peaceful transition to a democratic political system, including the transfer of power to an inclusive interim caretaker government.”

If the words above are authentic it marked the time and the day America became irrelevant in World Affairs.

 With as much love as I have always had and with abiding affection for you, America of the 50 States, there is nothing more to say about America of the 57 States.  When it abandoned the great Nation of Egypt “by unanimous consent” as stated above and to hand it over to a handful of lawless anarchists, America of the 57 States became irrelevant in World Affairs, or a “Bastard State” as some would put it.  The blood of the 99.9% of law-abiding Egypt will be on your hands.

Also read:

 Cry America.


11 Responses to “Day of Irrelevance for America”

  1. Thugs « Ike Jakson’s Blog Says:

    […] on People Affairs, assisted by Uylen Spiegel of the Global Mirror « A letter to Sam Day of Irrelevance for America […]

  2. boudicabpi Says:

    It’s the height of hypocrisy for this government to tell the government of Egypt that they need to listen to what the people are saying.
    Bob A.

  3. Bob Mack Says:

    Bob A. has it right. Besides, anything that Genghis Kerry is for, I’m automatically against.

    • Ike Jakson Says:

      Hi Bob

      I love the reference to Genghis Kerry; we need some humor in this gloomy affair. I dropped the link to my Thugs Post off In Swampland last night with just a curt one sentence note to one of their leading Obamabot journolists and the Swamp worshippers of the Messiah idiot have been streaming in to read it but I will wait a while for the flood to subside before I go there to see what abuse they have left for me.

      You know that I often reach a point when reading the Swampers’ comments when I wonder whether those people should have the right to vote.

      • Bob Mack Says:

        Ike, I sometimes wonder whether they should have the right to breathe…but I suppose that’s uncharitable. After all, we don’t want to turn into them.

      • Ike Jakson Says:

        Well Yeah Bob

        I see what you mean but I can’t help thinking that countries like China, and Egypt for that matter, well that we can learn a lot from them. I am dead serious about this,

  4. samhenry Says:

    Bob A – you are sooooooo right.

    Great and well-written post, Ike. I’m so happy to have found you. SH

  5. kaiology Says:

    I’m afraid I have to politely disagree. People rising up against a dictator, even if he’s of medium horrendousness as dictators go, are not all lawless anarchists. Maybe what we can agree on is that the U.S. should not be interfering AT ALL but of course that’s too late since they have been interfering for decades. But just because the people do not always choose wisely, or even be led astray by new demagogues, does not mean the U.S. should chain itself to an oppressive regime. Follow the Marcos playbook, is what I suggest.

    • Ike Jakson Says:


      I don’t think that it is ever too late to stop interfering simply because you have interfered before. My point is that nations should stay out of the Domestic affairs, particularly now when there is dissatisfaction where you interfered on behalf of the other one before.

      Stay out should be the overall principle. Marcos is a good example why. The moment you don’t know whether this time ….. It is bad. Two “bads” don’t make a good. Stay out, period.

      I do appreciate your thoughtful inset and you are welcome anytime.

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