Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Fun Muslim Brotherhood Fact # 1

Mike L.

Here is a fact:

On Sunday, President Barack Obama telephoned the U.S.-educated Morsi (of the Muslim Brotherhood - editor's note) to congratulate him on his victory and offer continued support for Egypt's transition to democracy.

Here is another fact:

The Muslim Brotherhood thinks that Jerusalem should be the capital of the Caliphate:



Oh, joy.

Here is yet another fact:

Barack Obama supports the Brotherhood and the Brotherhood is genocidal.

Am I wrong or do words actually have meaning?

7 comments:

  1. Why is all of this happening? Because of the phenomena that are elucidated in the following comprehensive dissertation on the lies that are, as a group, "the 'Palestinian' Narrative".

    The Rhetoric of Nonsense - Fabricating Palestinian History, by Alexander H. Joffe, Middle East Quarterly, Summer 2012

    http://www.meforum.org/3262/palestinian-history-nonsense

    A brief excerpt about a particular important aspect of the fabrication and propagation of "the 'Palestinian' Narrative":

    "... But the eagerness with which certain lies are accepted, such as talk of Israeli war crimes, and the flimsy nature of Western journalistic investigations strongly shows that at least two additional levels of bias are at work. At one level, the narrative of the oppressed underdog is so strong that there is little inclination to press for truths that would undermine that narrative, embarrass the Palestinians, and in doing so, incur their wrath and limit the media access they give to their territories, sources, and stories. At the deeper level, as perfectly illustrated by the quote from Catherine Nay above, there is a deep need to find Israelis guilty in order to relieve Holocaust guilt (and, one might argue cynically, to get back to old-fashioned anti-Semitism) particularly among European descendents of its perpetrators. The satisfaction of making this so is palpable.

    "These factors also illustrate how the Palestinian narrative, even with ludicrous bits thrown in and others excluded, is arguably not by or even about the Palestinians. It is propelled largely by Western needs to see the world through the post-colonial lens of noble indigenes and evil Western colonists. The Palestinians may in fact have lost exclusive control of the narrative decades ago, perhaps as far back as the 1920s or 1930s, when their cause was taken over by the Arab states and the Muslim world. A more comprehensive view of the Palestinian narrative would see them as secondary contributors to a process propelled by Arab and Muslim states and refracted through Western media and universities, ultimately minor subjects in a far larger discussion between Islam and the West.

    "The problem is that, thanks to mindless parroting by journalists and human rights organizations of Palestinian lies and nonsense, hatred, anti-Semitism, and ceaseless incitement are gradually overwhelming the filters against anti-realism, particularly in Europe where there are powerful cultural incentives to think ill of Jews and wish ill for Israelis. The effects of this process are seen even more clearly throughout the Arab and Muslim worlds where, though free of Jews, anti-Semitism is all-pervasive. ..."

    Please read the whole article. The article is a much needed history lesson, and true factual news report, and discourse on currently massively existing, most importantly determining, detrimental psychological phenomena.

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    1. Also:

      A supplementary summary overview of 'the Palestinian movement':

      Repackaging

      http://drybonesblog.blogspot.com/2011/01/repackaging.html

      Image: Map of Israel and the surrounding racist anti-Jewish hostile Muslim Arab states

      Text:

      "It use to be 250 million Arabs
      against little Israel


      "But now it's 'Big Bad Israel'
      against The Pitiful Palestinians


      "...with one billion Moslems on their side"

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    2. A summary discourse on the essence of the situation by the late Oriana Fallaci -- a partisan fighter against the Fascist regime in Italy during the 1940's, and a journalist, and a Leftist, and, during the 1960's, a strong supporter of "the 'Palestinian' cause":

      Sull Antisemitismo - Io trovo vergognoso (Vergognosi gli attacchi a Israele) (On Antisemitism - I find it shameful (Shameful attacks on Israel)), by Oriana Fallaci, 12 April 2002

      An audio recording of a reading the article by Oriana Fallaci:

      Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lS9Dl5YEy3o
      Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anTPuAQ1oUU

      The text of the article:

      http://www.oerby.dk/sider/Oriana%20Fallaci.htm

      I find it shameful that in Italy there should be a procession of individuals dressed as suicide bombers who spew vile abuse at Israel, hold up photographs of Israeli leaders on whose foreheads they have drawn the swastika, incite people to hate the Jews.

      And who, in order to see Jews once again in the extermination camps, in the gas chambers, in the ovens of Dachau and Mauthausen and Buchenwald and Bergen-Belsen et cetera, would sell their own mother to a harem.

      I find it shameful that the Catholic Church should permit a bishop, one with lodgings in the Vatican no less, a saintly man who was found in Jerusalem with an arsenal of arms and explosives hidden in the secret compartments of his sacred Mercedes, to participate in that procession and plant himself in front of a microphone to thank in the name of God the suicide bombers who massacre the Jews in pizzerias and supermarkets. To call them "martyrs who go to their deaths as to a party".

      I find it shameful that in France, the France of Liberty-Equality-Fraternity, they burn synagogues, terrorise Jews, profane their cemeteries. I find it shameful that the youth of Holland and Germany and Denmark flaunt the kaffiah just as Mussolini's avant-garde used to flaunt the club and the fascist badge. I find it shameful that in nearly all the universities of Europe Palestinian students sponsor and nurture anti-Semitism. That in Sweden they asked that the Nobel Peace Prize given to Shimon Peres in 1994 be taken back and conferred on the dove with the olive branch in his mouth, that is on Arafat. I find it shameful that the distinguished members of the Committee, a Committee that (it would appear) rewards political colour rather than merit, should take this request into consideration and even respond to it. In hell the Nobel Prize honours he who does not receive it.

      I find it shameful (we're back in Italy) that state-run television stations contribute to the resurgent anti-Semitism, crying only over Palestinian deaths while playing down Israeli deaths, glossing over them in unwilling tones.

      I find it shameful that in their debates they host with much deference the scoundrels with turban or kaffiah who yesterday sang hymns to the slaughter at New York and today sing hymns to the slaughters at Jerusalem, at Haifa, at Netanya, at Tel Aviv. I find it shameful that the press does the same, that it is indignant because Israeli tanks surround the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, that it is not indignant because inside that same church two hundred Palestinian terrorists well armed with machine guns and munitions and explosives (among them are various leaders of Hamas and Al-Aqsa) are not unwelcome guests of the monks (who then accept bottles of mineral water and jars of honey from the soldiers of those tanks). I find it shameful that, in giving the number of Israelis killed [at the time this article was written in 2002] since the beginning of the Second Intifada (four hundred and twelve) [approximately one thousand by the year 2005], a noted daily newspaper found it appropriate to underline in capital letters that more people are killed in their traffic accidents. (Six hundred a year).

      (continued)

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    3. A summary discourse on the essence of the situation by the late Oriana Fallaci -- a Partisan fighter against the Fascist regime in Italy during the 1940's, and a journalist, and a Leftist, and, during the 1960's, a strong supporter of "the 'Palestinian' cause":

      Sull Antisemitismo - Io trovo vergognoso (Vergognosi gli attacchi a Israele) (On Antisemitism - I find it shameful (Shameful attacks on Israel)), by Oriana Fallaci, 12 April 2002

      An audio recording of a reading of the article by Oriana Fallaci:

      Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lS9Dl5YEy3o
      Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anTPuAQ1oUU

      The text of the article:

      http://www.oerby.dk/sider/Oriana%20Fallaci.htm

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  2. I suggest that Fact No. 1 is the MB credo:

    "God is our objective; the Quran is our law, the Prophet is our leader; Jihad is our way; and death for the sake of God is the highest of our aspirations."

    If recollection serves, Morsi just made the same proclamation days ago.

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    1. Speak of the devil:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=KLX7i3Wu9O8#!

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    2. School, that video is no longer available.

      FYI

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