Egypt may be looking to sever ties with America and join the Iran-China axis.
We know why Egypt’s president went to Iran.
The question is, why did he also visit China?
Morsi landed in Beijing on Tuesday, and was warmly welcomed by Chinese President Hu Jintao. For two days, the president and his 80-person entourage of Egyptian business leaders and politicians discussed investment projects with some 200 Chinese counterparts. (Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal reported that the China Development Bank had extended a $200 million line of credit to the National Bank of Egypt.) It’s important to note that this was Morsi’s first state visit outside the Middle East and Africa since he became president. Despite the way it appears, this was not a routine state visit.
China is the nation world leaders visit when they want to oppose or undermine America!
Perhaps this is over-simplifying it a little, but the supreme goal of China’s foreign policy, at least for now, is to oppose and undermine U.S. global power and influence. Be it China’s ongoing naval and military expansion, its regional spats over territorial acquisitions, its behavior in international organizations like the World Trade Organization, or its support of anti-American states like Venezuela and North Korea, Beijing exploits every opportunity to counter America. More than any other reason, this is why China remains a staunch ally of Iran.
The fact that Morsi chose to visit China indicates that Egypt may be looking to join this Iran-China axis!
Full article: What’s Mohammed Morsi Doing in China? (The Trumpet)