May 9, 2011 Leave a comment
Did the Egyptian version of Kristallnacht happen on Saturday? The media has been largely silent about events in Egypt following the revolution that toppled Hosni Mubarak. The military is currently in control, though elections are scheduled for later this year. The Muslim Brotherhood, a radical Islamic socialist groups with ties to Hamas and Iran, has been growing in influence and is expected to win the elections.
With the Muslim Brotherhood’s growing influence, it appears a Kristallnacht like event took place Saturday when Christian churches were burned, 12 people were murdered and over 200 injured. The media reported it briefly on Sunday but is largely silent about it today. The media is largely in bed with the Obama administration and it is no secret that the administration sides with the Islamic socialists and their ‘democracy’ demands. Any event that shines a negative light on this Muslim democracy movement is largely ignored by the media. The Brotherhood’s war plans against Israel are being ignored, their demands for an end to the the decades long peace between Israel and Egypt have also been ignored. The media doesn’t report, so you have no chance to decide whether you agree with the administration’s actions in Egypt or not.
Is the burning of churches, murder of Christians and outright violence against Christians the democracy that Egyptian youth were fighting for? Surely this is not so far as the American and western media is concerned, which is why this subject has been largely ignored. I think that it’s pretty clear that ridding Egypt of Christians and going to war with Israel is the democracy the Muslim Brotherhood was fighting for.
The Brotherhood is an organization with strong ties to terrorists in Hamas and the lunatic Jew haters in Iran. (Iran is currently prosecuting some of its cabinet members for invoking genies, proof positive that they’re lunatics) Their goal is a caliphate, either global in nature or at least an Islamic caliphate in the middle east. The Brotherhood and groups like them in the middle east are largely socialist in governing outlook, which is why George Soros funded groups like Code Pink support them. These groups are anti-capitalist and anti-American, which tickles Code Pink and other Soros groups even more. While the American left disagrees with the Brotherhood on any number of issues (presumably treatment of women and homosexuals) they’re willing to look the other way because they agree on the core principles: Anti-capitalism, anti-American and likely anti-Israel. You could even tie in anti-Christian as well, we know Soros has no love for the Christian faith.
None of these issues are being discussed in the mainstream press. You have to go elsewhere to find actual news about what’s happening in Egypt and the middle east. You’ll likely be stuck tying together the pieces and the connections yourself. What all Americans must ask is why the mainstream press is ignoring the violent Kristallnacht like events in Egypt over the weekend? Why aren’t they looking at this event in any detail? A blurb on page 14 isn’t good enough, the subject deserves a closer look.
I dare say that the mainstream press is ignoring the violence in Egypt for two reasons. First, they are protecting Obama. Second, they don’t particularly care about violence against Christians. The latter point is proven by the media’s near universal blackout on reporting about Muslim violence against Christians throughout Africa, in particular Nigeria and Sudan. The truth is out there about Egypt and it’s pretty clear that the Christian minority is under attack. This is the democracy that the Muslims and Obama administration want so badly in the middle east.