I have to say my flabber has been gasted since I read Bloomberg's so-called opinion by its editors. It's so ignorant, hypocritical and makes me wonder how this crap gets published. Excerpts:
So, the SCC is suddenly a beacon of independence and represent the rule of law in Egypt not that they were selected by Mubarak and are in the pocket of SCAF (e.g., waiting and waiting till the day before the presidential elections to issue their ruling or later contradicting earlier rulings when Mubarak was president limiting its authority in the face of "presidential decrees"). In other words, the Military's "soft coup" as Bloolmberg described it on June 14 is now "rule of law".
In other words, Clinton's trip to Cairo was conditional on Mursi's "bowing" to the court orders. This is not the case and there was never a "condition" to meet with Mursi. Moreover, Bloomberg's sloppiness is amazing as they discuss the release of blocked economic assistance due to SCAF misbehaving when most of the military assistance is already released. Then they have this turd that implies that Mursi defiance of the SCC ruling was hampering Egypt's economy:
Bloomberg concludes by the following paragraph with a clear message: if the army violates human rights or "stray from democratic fundamentals" like they've been doing for the past two years, aid should continue but if Mursi, in power for two weeks, strays "aid should be stopped again":