Perhaps the most prolific of all regime changes - l' Coup d'état remains the single most common form of regime change throughout the world. 14 alone attempted in 2004!
Mommieland of all of Araby - with that mighty mighty Aegyptian Army on paper( lol) - after all curiously unable to take an 8 hour panzer ride to Khartoum back in the day or even sortee a couple of reinforced Mech Brigades next door to Libya to halt unacceptable behavior - yet able to deploy to kidnap girls off the streets for V Checks.
Also worthy to note that funding cats in berets who do coups is like totally illegit for Great Satan and illegal as buying beer on Sundays in Hillbillyland.
See, Fed Law LOLs that nonhumanitarian aid has gotta be stopped instantly to
“the government of any country whose duly elected head of government is deposed by military coup d’état or decree or, after the date of enactment of this Act, a coup d’état or decree in which the military plays a decisive role.”
Sounds like Aegypt!
Which may explain why 44's Posse (and others, to be fair) do not wanna say the C Word out loud. It would totally queer the mix on bribing a foreign Army to keep the Peace with their neighbors, keep Suez wide open as well as giving up hot deets on creepy terrorists around the world.
On the other hand - reminding Aegypt's Girl Hating Military to get thangs back on the democrazy track somewhat double quick time may be exactly the ticket, ticketeers. After all, since Aegypt's Military is only good for cracking heads, shooting protesters, tormenting girls and asphalt drills - a good case could be made they wouldn't dare act out - even unconventionally against Great Satan or Aegypt"s Near Abroad with Little Satan.
Losing in any of those scenarios would instantly invite every Caliphating fanatic to do Syria on the Suez and ignite a disasterous Civil War that would very well make Modern Egypt a thing of the past
Pic - "Any answer must begin with a complete suspension of all aid to Egypt, especially military aid, until there is a new democratic government, freely elected with the full participation of all parties "