Jan. 28, 2011 President Mubarak’s stash is worth 40 billion dollars as his personal worth has grown over the decades of years as a dictator, or what he stole from the Egyptian people has risen to epic proportions.
Mubarak’s name can be added to the names of wealthy dictators throughout the world that have received the aide from the United States, in their attempt to affect influence in foreign country politics.
The policy does not seem to be very successful at this time since the dictators are basically leaving their country penniless and stealing the money for themselves. The leader of Afghanistan is another example Mr. Karzai is another man on the US payroll who is taking the bribes from the US and amassing his own personal wealth while his country starves for help. The Pakistan former President Musharaff has gathered 10 billion dollars in his pockets.
The overthrow of Mubarak’s 30 years of a dictatorship regime that uses the military for power, has brought his government over the brink. Today January 28, 2011 has Mubarak using American army tanks fighting back his own people as protesters gather in the streets demanding he resign.
Hosni Mubarak has taken real estate, liquid cash, royal yachts, and has 40 billion in cash and assets hidden away in banks around the world for easy access namely in banks located in Germany, United States, UK, Switzerland, Scotland, England, Dubai, Madrid and other countries. The Alaa Mubarak has properties both inside the country or in the United States major cities of Washington, LA and New York on the finest streets of the land.
His wife Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak and their two sons also are incredibly wealthy and the first lady has another 3-5 billion for her own personal use.
Mubarak’s wealth also has ties to large corporate US interests such as: Marlboro, Hermes, Mcdonalds, Vodafone, Hyundai, Chili and other large corporations.
It is no surprise that the people of Egypt are starving, jobless and have been robbed of their countries wealth because President Mubarak and his greedy relatives have stolen all from his own country.
Today Egyptians said “enough is enough” they are fed up, hungry, poor and have taken to the streets 20,000 strong to oust the 30 years of dictatorship and corruption in their country. In recent weeks we have seen the same in Tunisia as their dictator Ali fled the country under massive protests from the people. Ali boarded a private jet and headed for Dubai and his relatives including brother in-laws are seeking asylum in a wealth neighborhood in Montreal Canada.
It is clear that the dictator Mubarak days in Egypt are over and he has only one option and that is to flee his country immediately and allow a democratic rule to take place.
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Editors Note: Jan. 29, 2011 It appears the use of bribery has backfired for the United States foreign policy in many examples where the US has attempted to prop up a dictator who later is thrown out of government by the people.
When the US realizes that the people run a country and not a puppet government, they will use real diplomacy rather than throwing billions of dollars of so called “foreign aid” which is essentially bribery
How does a low life dictator amass a bundle of cash to the tune of 40 billion dollars even in 30 years that is roughly $900,000,000.00 per year?
Easy, the US government gave it to him to run the country as a form of bribery the Americans have propped up this dictator and meddled yet again in a foreign country’s affairs. The US must stop the meddling and the bribery and obviously they have engaged in disturbing the political balance of Egypt.
American Bribery in Foreign Affairs
Bribery does not work and if a man will betray his country for money, he will betray the lender of the money also.
The US has to stop using money as a foreign policy and as their main focus of influencing political powers in the Middle East. The problem is large sums of money corrupts people like Karzai, Mubarak and Musharraf.
In the long run bribery only gets you so far and dealing with a ruthless dictator by giving him billions of dollars one would assume would go into his pocket rather than supporting his country.
Every given leader mentioned in countries from Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt, Tunisia and even Haiti that have been receivers of billions of dollars of aide and incentives have all betrayed the United States by stealing the money for themselves.
You have only to look at Haiti at this moment two years after the major earthquake destroyed the country’s capital it still remains in ruins. The Haiti government has received at least one billion dollars of free aide and the money has disappeared into thin air.
One million Haitians live in a tent city basically living outside in the open in tents with no running water, no facilities for waste, no food and no medical help since the hospitals have not been rebuilt. The country has a dictatorship government which the US has propped up and has a corrupted government. The picture is clear money is not the way to ensure a solid, stable and effective foreign policy.
Update: the headquarters of the national democratic party has been burned to the ground, sources at CNN say the police did the burning. It appears the army and police are taking the side of the protesters.
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Updated: Sept. 20, 2012