The Accomplishments of President Morsi


Morsi'sleaflet(Photo of Morsi’s achievements  booklet from FaceBook)

“Months of achievements…President Morsi builds Egypt anew,” is a 124-page booklet authored by Reda al-Masry, a so-called “educational expert” and the author of several educational articles on the Brotherhood and other Islamic websites. Apparently, the book is only being distributed to young members of the Brotherhood, and it lists the accomplishments made by President Morsi over his nine months in power.

Masry said he wrote this book because the media has been smearing Morsi’s image. “The recognition Morsi gets at the popular, regional and international levels causes envious people inside Egypt to seek to tarnish his image.”

According to the booklet, President Morsi is:

  • First civilian president
  • First elected president
  • First bearded president
  • First president to sue his enemies
  • First president whose convoy does not paralyse traffic
  • First president whose son gets less than 90 percent in high school exams.
  • First president to shake hand with the officer who imprisoned him
  • First president to pray every Friday in a mosque

In the spirit of highlighting President Morsi’s achievements, I would like to add a few extra:

  • First president to transform the fissures within Egyptian society into full-scale divisions.
  • The president with the worst record of minorities’ and women’s rights
  • First president to provide rich resources for satire
  • First president with weird political vocabulary
  • First president with tense relationship with his military establishment
  • The president with highest record of  travel in the first eight months of his rule, seeking loans from abroad
  • The  president with the highest record of violence during his rule
  • First president to lose the support of many in the Canal region, particularly in the city of Port Said
  • First president to contribute directly to the rising popularity of his deposed predecessor
  • First president to be resented by many who elected him
  • First president to be rushed out of a mosque barefooted (allegedly)
  • First president to take the definition of “uncharismatic” to a new level
  • First president to make Egyptians view enlightenment as an elusive bird

If I missed any of President Morsi’s achievements, or if you disagree with the above, please feel free to join in and express your views.

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4 Responses to The Accomplishments of President Morsi

  1. If he didn’t have that much enemies, then he would be doing something wrong!
    Egypt was a state of corruption. A president with huge popularity after the revolution would end like Gamal.. a tyrant and egomaniac!

    • fifomatic says:

      So let’s break down the comments of the guy above:

      “If he didn’t have that much enemies, then he would be doing something wrong!”

      Hitler had so many enemies. So many that a world war started. Does that make him right. Is that the rational you go with these days? That would mean that Hosni Mubarak was doing right by having an entire population consider him an enemy. The state is collapsing. People are hungry and tired. Enough bullshit “brother”.

      “A president with huge popularity after the revolution would end like Gamal.. a tyrant and egomaniac!”

      And this is based on facts? How dare you assume that. How does that make Morsi a good president? All I’m hearing is the fat bastard has no popularity and that’s a good thing in a president or else god forbid the masses would like him.

      Facts:
      We are on the verge of bankruptcy
      Commodity Prices are sky rocketing
      We are planning on giving up a piece of Egyptian soil to Sudan
      There is no gas
      There is no fuel

      All you have to say in return is that the fat bastard is not popular and has a lot of enemies.

      FAIL!

  2. fifomatic says:

    So let’s break down the comments of the guy above:

    “If he didn’t have that much enemies, then he would be doing something wrong!”

    Hitler had so many enemies. So many that a world war started. Does that make him right. Is that the rational you go with these days? That would mean that Hosni Mubarak was doing right by having an entire population consider him an enemy. The state is collapsing. People are hungry and tired. Enough bullshit “brother”.

    “A president with huge popularity after the revolution would end like Gamal.. a tyrant and egomaniac!”

    And this is based on facts? How dare you assume that. How does that make Morsi a good president? All I’m hearing is the fat bastard has no popularity and that’s a good thing in a president or else god forbid the masses would like him.

    Facts:
    We are on the verge of bankruptcy
    Commodity Prices are sky rocketing
    We are planning on giving up a piece of Egyptian soil to Sudan
    There is no gas
    There is no fuel

    All you have to say in return is that the fat bastard is not popular and has a lot of enemies.

    FAIL!

  3. gamblinovitch says:

    First president (in the world history) to tweet condolences at 1am

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