I wish I had made a copy of the post, as I spent a lot of time getting it in good shape.
In my opinion, and not knowingly reflecting that of any other person on Earth, I think giving Egypt the whole thing at once is a preamble to giving the Syrian government a much larger aid package. It won't be earmarked for aid for the suffering citizens there. Regardless of how heinous that might appear, the alternative outcome of a successful rebellion could result in the largest loss of life ever in one year throughout all history. If Al Qaeda were to assume control of the country's biological and chemical stores kept in many locations around Damascus, they would disperse it among all their friends determined to exterminate all non-Muslims as well as as many Muslims as happens to attain that goal. We learn from the Koran that Islam allows for point blank lying among diplomats if that achieves peace between Muslims, or contributes to their world domination. For that reason we should never take their word for anything.
In short, our current government regime will likely not hesitate to choose to support the current Syrian government, as we have for Egypt, (with money, not direct endorsement for any) regardless of their ultra evil human-rights record. It would have to be treated as taking the apparent lesser of two evils, another Islamic axiom.
Even if either the Egyptian or Syrian regimes (or both) collapse anyway, our current regime would predictably offer aid to the Muslim Brotherhood, Al Qaeda, or maybe all of them as ransom for the world, particularly Israel and our own interests, considering the nature of those weapons. Once the world stops loaning us money to operate our own government, all deals would end, and the slaughter would begin.
It is my hope that would be the Armageddon trigger God will respond to.
Sarah, this post was not set to self-destruct upon opening, so feel free to destroy it.
Be fishers of men