|Posted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 9:50 am Post subject: Islamic Socialism & Red Arabs
|"Socialism and Islam are totalitarian in nature."
Socialism, Communism and Islam have something else in common — the masses rather than individualism.
Who and what do you think the Middle East Muslim countries favour, democracies, oligarchies, despotic nations or theocracies?
"Muslim dictators are rejected by Islamists because they are standing in the way of jihadist confrontation with not only Israel, but more importantly with the United States." Ms. Nonie Darwish, an Egyptian-American human rights activist and author.
The Islamists desire a theocracy. The fanatic elders, mullahs for example, overwhelm the youth and moderates. They choose a leader or are manipulated or forced to select — such as the Supreme Ayatollah in Iran.
Socialists are not fond of free democracy, capitalism, the entrepreneurial spirit and individual success. But the leaders select one leader and they enjoy the high-life. Such hypocrites.
Evidently, the enemy of socialists and Islamists is the Judaeo/Christian culture stated Ms. Darwish. I say capitalism, too. Conservative values. Individualism, in the sense one can vote for whom one prefers, and do what one likes within reason.
Jamie Glazov (Ph.D. in History with a specialty in Russian, U.S. and Canadian foreign policy) editor of Frontpage Magazine put together an interesting Symposium "The Red Arabs": with Michael Ledeen, Pavel Stroilov, Lt. General Ion Mihai Pacepa and Nonie Darwish.
Symposium: The Red Arabs
"The Egyptian regime was the first-born ‘Arab Socialist’ regime; its ultimate goal was to ‘overcome the legacy of colonialism’ and unite the entire Arab world in a national-socialist superstate. As a movement, Arab Socialists are quite similar to Communists and Nazis, and they have been backed by both Nazis and Communists in different periods of their history. The founder of the present Egyptian regime, Col. Nasser, worked with Moscow to export his revolution all over the Middle East – with considerable success. The most notorious of the Egyptian regime’s younger brothers were the Baathist regimes in Iraq and Syria, as well as the Palestine Liberation Organization, founded by Nasser as his future puppet government for whatever would remain of Israel and Jordan after a successful socialist jihad.
After several unsuccessful invasions of Israel, Nasser’s successor Sadat realized this was a wrong tactic. Make no mistake: this does not make the Egyptian regime genuinely pro-Western or pro-Israeli. At no time, for example, did the Egyptian regime stop supporting one or another of the subversive Palestinian groups; it still supports Fatah today. It was only a question of tactics. For this matter, as the archives show, Moscow in the early 1970s tried to persuade Sadat that another invasion of Israel was a wrong tactic, but he insisted on making one more attempt. " Pavel Stroilov, historian and Russian exile.
The Russians, the Communist faction, KGB etc. are involved in the revolts, too. And, who do you think supplies weapons to the jihadists, to everybody, just in case?
"I witnessed the Kremlin's secret effort to ignite 'liberation revolutions' within the Islamic world, and to turn them against the Kremlin's main enemy, the United States." Lt. General Ion Mihai Pacepa.
Defected Pacepa also said that Obama's administration have been caught with their pants down, about Egypt, Libya and other revolts and attempted protests.
"The Kremlin spent half a century spreading the lie throughout the Islamic world that the U.S. was a war-mongering, Zionist country financed by Jewish money and run by a rapacious “Council of the Elders of Zion” (Moscow’s derisive epithet for the U.S. Congress), the aim of which was to ignite a new war in order to transform the rest of the world into a Jewish fiefdom." Pacepa
Worse than seeing them with their pants down, I believe, socialist Hussein Obama focuses on Israel and tries to embarrass the Israelis while placating the Palestinians and accepting Islamism and the brotherhoods.
This seems to be the right timing for the Islamists and secret allies since Obama is in power and the rest of the democratic nations are worried about the economy and turbulent nature.
The global warming crowd can blame warming or climate change, whatever, for the earthquakes. They can include fossil fuel emissions and the capitalists who weren't ready for BP oil and now Japan nuclear plant problems.
While the Muslim Brotherhood, plus other Islamist organizations, adapt the Middle East and continue to spread around the world.
"We could do a lot. The big problem is our president. Obama doesn’t believe in American exceptionalism, and he rather thinks that we are a reactionary imperial power that has to be cut down to size. Can he learn otherwise? Doubtful. Kissinger once said that top leaders leave government with the same culture they carried in, because there is no time for serious reappraisal of basic convictions." Michael Ledeen, Freedom Scholar at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.
MIDDLE EASTERN AWAKENING?
Jamie Glazov - Showdown With Evil