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On my way to an exhibition at City Hall this afternoon, I stumbled upon a small rally of angry Egyptians, who protested against their president Morsi’s decree that gave him practically absolute power.
Their signs were quite clear about the positions they took:
“USA R U supporting Egypt or Muslim Brotherhood coz it differs!”
“USA enough U R double faced policy”
“Obama stop supporting Morsi!”
“USA & MB are destroying Egyptian identity”
It was nice to see that those people so enthusiastically opposed the Muslim fanatics in Egypt. After all, they were the educated ones, who immigrated to Canada (and other Western countries) and created the illusion that the rebellion in Egypt is going to turn the country into a true democracy.
I talked briefly with one of the protesters (the guy who holds the Morsi portrait). He was convinced that this struggle was not about religion but democracy. When I asked him if he is worried that the Muslim Brotherhood president had so many supporters, who rallied in his support, he replied optimistically that the country is divided, but the people will eventually understand that democracy is best for them.
I wish he was right…
As usual, an Arab rally of any kind, no matter how well intentioned, can’t happen without some kind of attack against the Jews or the West. I saw a woman holding high a sign saying:
“Harper, Baird, Israel – Palestine in the UN, if you didn’t hear”
That looked out of place at an anti-Morsi rally. After all, he was one of the people who so passionately wanted to establish that “country” as a tool to destroy Israel, that he supported wholeheartedly Hamas in its provocations against Israel.
So we had today a gathering of supposedly educated people supporting a half-baked country, which resembles more the Frankenstein monster than a normally functioning society. And on top of that, the villain they are protesting against supports the same strange entity.
Is it any wonder that the Arab world is so dysfunctional?
© 2012 Blogwrath.com
It was reported a few hour ago that the US Embassy in Cairo has been attacked by a mob of 2,000 Muslim savages. They have been able to climb the wall and enter the Embassy’s territory. They managed to pull down the American flag and even tried to raise on its place the black terrorist banner. The American flag was promptly torn into pieces, under the cheers of the filthy crowd, as their own video shows:
Allegedly, they protested a documentary offending their pedophile “prophet”. It is not clear what was included in the movie, but it is sure that it wasn’t sponsored or helped by the US government in any form or shape.
However, the way the government handled the event is more disgusting than the attack itself. Remember, today is the day when 11 years ago a gang of Muslim barbarians slaughtered about 3,000 people on American soil. Instead of securing the American territory in Cairo and condemning the attack, the government issued a pussified statement, which says:
“The Embassy of the United States in Cairo condemns the continuing efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims, as we condemn efforts to offend believers of all religions. Today, the 11th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, Americans are honoring our patriots and those who serve our nation as the fitting response to the enemies of democracy. Respect for religious beliefs is a cornerstone of American democracy. We firmly reject the actions by those who abuse the universal right of free speech to hurt the religious beliefs of others.”
These words show the moral depravity of Obama’s government – the most important issue in their world is to protect the feelings of the Muslims, even if those Muslims happen to be bloodthirsty criminals and terrorists.
Egypt is a backward country, which is plagued by Muslim fanaticism and inability of developing any industry. It is very clear that the US foreign aid would play major role in keeping the country afloat. It is self-evident that the USA can use that leverage to influence the return to some kind of civilized behaviour among the Egyptians.
Instead Obama’s stooges act like little rabbits, running around and apologizing to savages.
There is no doubt that when Obama gets re-elected the sellout of the USA to the world’s most repulsive cult will continue with full force. Maybe the commemoration of September 11 would be completely forbidden. After all, it hurts the feeling of those Muslims who celebrate the murder of 3,000 Americans.
After such a retarded statement on this day, it is more than clear that Obama must go.
© 2011 Blogwrath.com
What you see in the video above is the assault on a blonde woman (reportedly of Dutch origin), who had the misfortune of showing up at Cairo’s Tahrir Square. The “cradle” of the Egyptian “revolution” is notorious for hosting gangs of savage Muslims whom the Western press desperately tries to picture as fighters for the bright democratic future of Egypt.
I hope you remember an almost identical case, in which another blonde was raped in the same place. I am talking about the American journalist Lara Logan. It was hard to chastise Lara for what happened to her – after all, she was doing her job of covering the “great” changes and her superiors probably never could imagine that the noble revolutionaries she was supposed to interviews were in fact a gang of vicious animals.
However, this is not the case with the still unnamed Dutch girl in the video. She definitely chose to ignore the atrocities caused by the Muslim mobs to Christians and foreigners. She probably had the delusional idea that going there to support their “revolutionary cause” would move those Muslim to tears. That might be true in the Dutch metrosexual environment, but in the deranged Arab world an uncovered woman is a fair target.
Did she learn anything from that experience? We don’t know yet, but I can assure you that she won’t learn anything. People like her live in an imaginary ideological bubble, which protects them from communicating with the real world.
I bet you that in a few months she’ll be off to another place of “oppression”. It is hard to feel sorry for people like her.
What really angers me is the fate of the countless Egyptian women and girls, who suffered the same or even worse assaults. They rarely appear in videos (and the Western press has very little interest in such videos anyway). They probably sincerely believed that things will change in Egypt. Yet, with the election results giving 75% of the parliament’s seats to Muslim fanatics, who range between very extreme and ultra-extreme, I don’t see any hope for those women.
I wonder if that Dutch woman has anything to say about them…
Video h/t BCF
© 2012 Blogwrath.com
Fight those who do not believe in Allah, nor in the latter day, nor do they prohibit what Allah and His Apostle have prohibited, nor follow the religion of truth, out of those who have been given the Book, until they pay the tax in acknowledgment of superiority and they are in a state of subjection.
The quote from the Koran above gives a clear instruction to the followers of Islam on how to deal with people who think differently. It’s simple and clear – they must fight them.
That’s exactly what happened recently in Egypt when Christians went to central Cairo to protest peacefully the torching of a church in Aswan and the violence
against them during a rally on October 4. The Copts were well organized – they notified the authorities about their peaceful demonstration. They didn’t plan to occupy any parts of the city.
By the time they reached the downtown area, the number of the protestors was about 150,000. During their march, civilian Muslims threw rocks and fired shots in the air to intimidate them. Once they reached the downtown area, the army took over. They were waiting for the demonstrators near the national TV headquarters.
According to the official version, what followed wasn’t planned – they claim that the commanders lost control over their soldiers. It’s irrelevant whether that’s
true or the massacre was planned – the important thing is that as a result 35 to 50 Christians were killed and many hundreds wounded.
Many were shot; others were run over by armoured army vehicles, which deliberately drove into the crowd. The gruesome results were recorded in videos and pictures (the pictures below, WARNING-THEY ARE GRUESOME, appeared on the site of the Assyrian International News Agency (AINA), in their article Egyptian Army, Police Kill 35 Coptic Christian Protestors and are reproduced here with their kind permission).
Here is how a family has been destroyed:
In a popular video, available in several versions on YouTube, you can ses the large square in Cairo occupied by the protesters who wanted a change in Egypt. The next thing you see are some unidentified subjects who rush into the square on galloping camels. Are they good or bad guys? Who knows, everything looks so chaotic. To a great extend, those camels symbolize the Egyptian “revolution.”
What exactly did the protesters want? Apparently they agreed on one issue – they wanted President Mubarak to go. They saw him as a source of all misfortunes of their country. Then they wanted jobs and democracy, at least according to the progressive Western correspondents.
With Mubarak out of the way, the first demand was fulfilled, but nobody knows what is going to happen next. With the military taking over and the largest opposition party dominated by Muslim fanatics, I guess you can’t expect anything good. Today there was a report that three Christian churches in Egypt were attacked and looted. On the other “revolutionary front”, Tunisia, things are not going well either. Italy has declared emergency because thousands of Tunisian refugees have flooded Sicily. Perhaps the Egyptians will follow them; the free money and food provided by the fools from the European Union are more attractive than a revolution.
Amidst the euphoria caused by the “victory” we can ask: is there any chance that they will build a free and democratic Egypt? The short answer is: absolutely not.
The whole situation reminds me my own experience as a very young man in the distant 1989, when I and thousands like me were conducting our own “revolution” in one of the Eastern European country. Just like our Egyptian colleagues, we were yelling, jumping up and down demanding the end of tyranny. Fortunately, nobody of us got killed, but we took our fair share of beating. Read the rest of this entry »