Sunday, February 6, 2011

U.S. Media Mocks Victims in Egypt

In response to the mocking news reports from the U.S. establishment press on the violence in Egypt which the Israeli/U.S. backed Mubarak regime is most responsible for, and the Israeli/U.S. scheming towards imposing another Israeli puppet regime as a replacement for Mubarak, and the recent revelations on the sellout of the Palestinian Authority, this post from 2007 seems relevant again:

The Judeo-Masonic Tradition of Mocking the Victim


Anonymous said...

Some victim:

Anonymous said...

They can now help Mubarak tally up his ill gotten wealth!

Anonymous said...

Anon.February 6th, have checked your link.
Frightening. 59% of these Egyptian lovers of democracy want the death penalty for apostasy from Islam....

BTW, Did any of us hear them ask for the lifting of the Gaza blockade?

Maurice Pinay said...

Anonymous February 13, 2011 9:27 AM, on what lofty principle do you base the reasoning implicit in your comment that it's better that the Egyptian people have a ruler who represents the will of the Judaic "democracy" next door than the will of the Egyptian people?

What frightens me is that, according to the Jerusalem Post, 92% of the holy people of the Judaic "Democracy" supported and justified the 2008-2009 Gaza massacre, civilian deaths and destruction of civilian infrastructure notwithstanding.

A June 2010 Israel Hayom poll of Israelis showed that 78% favor continuing the barbaric Gaza blockade.

None of this would be possible without the support of that great spreader of "democracy," the U.S.

Maurice Pinay said...

FYI, the survey anonymous February 6, 2011 6:32 PM linked to comes from "Washington-based Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, the world leader for research in this field" or so they say. The Pew "charitable organization" was founded by an oil man, Sun Oil Company founder Joseph N. Pew, who, coincidentally, was a member of the Quill and Dagger Society, which is Cornell University's version of Skull and Bones. I don't accept this as an unbiased source where the Middle East, or much else is concerned.

Pew Trust was an early financier of the John Birch Society which was also was co-founded by the oil man, Fred Koch whose sons manage the conservative movement in the U.S. today.

Hopefully, this may help to begin to understand a certain unChristian mania which has taken hold of Christians and conservatives in the U.S. particularly where the Middle East is concerned.

Anonymous said...

Hello Maurice. I'm Anon. Feb.13th

I didnt mean to imply that it was better that the Egyptians retain Mubarak. Based on that poll, I did feel that 59% of Egyptians were phony democrats.But you have offered an explanation on those people who conducted the poll.

You must note my comments on the Gaza blockade.This blockade (by the US/ISRAEL/EGYPT) came into being to thwart a DEMOCRATICALLY elected government in Gaza.

Maurice Pinay said...

Yes, and they also will do everything possible in Egypt (and outside, to mold perception of Egyptians) to thwart any possibility of a government that represents the people of Egypt. Publishing phony surveys is hardly the beginning of it.

Anonymous said...

The Myth of the U.N. Creation of Israel