Thursday, January 6, 2011

Terrorism against Christians in the Middle East is the Wages of "Christian" Zionism

Please read the following article and the comments underneath:

Bloodshed in Egypt by Srdja Trifkovic

What this article doesn't mention is the inorganic nature of the "Muslim Brotherhood." This organization is heavily influenced by agents of Western Intelligence. The "Muslim Brotherhood" is no more organic to Arabs and Islam than John Hagee is to Christianity.

Please don't allow yourself to be dragooned into supporting a Crusade that only stands to benefit religious Zionism.


Anonymous said...

Chronicles magazine which "stars" Srdja Trifkovic on a regular basis is a total disaster -- a real scandal for Catholics. They refused my efforts to place an ad for Michael Hoffman's Judaism Discovered. They would not even respond to my repeated attempts to communicate with them over same. (Catholic Family News and The Remnant Newspaper also refused my attempts to place an ad for said book.)

Query. Have you ever once seen any of these three publications point the finger, at Israel when it comes to 9-11 and this in spite of the overwhelming evidence pointing in that direction. (See for example: No, all you get is articles about evil Muslims. It's as if these three publications were on the payroll of the ADL. Truly shameful.

James B. Phillips

Tacitus said...

To my memory, Chronicles magazine used to be more courageous, but now it is downright pathetic. I dropped my subscription months ago. Basically, Thomas Fleming complains about everything and everyone in a general "look what the world is coming to" kind of way and then asks for money.

Although I do believe Muslims represent an existential threat to the West, we can isolate ourselves from them to an extent. We cannot isolate ourselves from those living in our society who continually stir up various revolutionary movements and control academia, the media, and finance.

Chronicles was for a while obsessed with opposing neo-conservatism without, however, addressing the obvious driving force behind that movement. The opposition to neo-conservatism was primarily personal, e.g. the treatment of Mel Bradford, Sam Francis, etc.

Now the publication is simply meaningless. They don't want to risk the opprobrium involved with offending a certain group of people. But this means their analyses are without depth. How can you critique our current economic situation without acknowledging the role of finance? And how can you understand the role of finance without understanding the nature of the financiers?

Anonymous said...

Hopefully, this will ruffle a few feathers. The following comment seen between the below asterisks was just left at the doorstep of Chronicles for the above article.
35 Comment by James B. Phillips on 8 January 2011:

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James B. Phillips

Anonymous said...

The Society of the Muslim Brothers, often simply الإخوان Al-Ikhwān, The Brotherhood or MB) is an Islamist transnational movement and the largest political opposition organization in many Arab states.[1] The group is the world's oldest and largest Islamic political group,[1] and the "world's most influential Islamist movement."[2] It was founded in 1928 in Egypt by the schoolteacher Hassan al-Banna.

Is this an example of something not organic to Arabs and Islam?

Maurice Pinay said...

So long as Wikipedia is your authority on these matters you'll have great difficulty understanding them.

Regardless of the organic or inorganic nature of the "Muslim Brotherhood" to Egypt, it's well known that the Israelis covertly bomb targets in order to blame them on people they want the U.S. military to attack. The 1954 Operation Shoshannah or "Lavon Affair" is an example of Israeli covert operations in Egypt for this purpose and all the reason I need for suspicion of any bombings blamed on Muslim groups that would benefit the Israelis more than Muslims.