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On Monday the 24th on the R Frederick Riddle Show 
I spoke on the question: Did the military overthrow democracy with a coup?

Many voices are being raised saying yes to that question.  In addition and because of this verdict they are calling on the United States to stop sending money to Egypt.

But the question is: Was the Egyptian government a democracy?  Did the fact that Morsi was its first elected president mean that it was a democracy?

In a world where men like Hitler were elected by the vote of the people, the idea that Morsi was elected means democracy at work is somewhat questionable. 

Our approach to the Egyptian situation is an important one that I address on the show.  In addition, I spoke on new information regarding Mars and Snowden.  All in all it was a very interesting hour.  To listen in just click the icon at the top.

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In the meantime, may you trust and wait upon the Lord.


R Frederick Riddle



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R. Frederick Riddle is the author of Perished: The World That Was , The Rise of Shem, and hosts a Twitter account at AuthorRiddle. Don't forget my Facebook at Riddle's World. Now you can hear me on The R Frederick Riddle Show on Blog Talk Radio.

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