Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhoods' Alliances in the U.S.

U.S. Hardliners Decry Egypt’s Rejection of Muslim Brotherhood.  Why?

By Chez P. Spezimoushka CPW News Service
     “For thirty years we provided $1.3 billion dollars a year to a regime, an authoritarian regime which we supported that made no pretense of being a democracy and that abused human rights and wouldn’t allow the kinds of protest and demonstrations we are witnessing.  How now can you suspend military assistance to a government and people that is genuinely trying to cope to find another way out of this?” asked Aaron David Miller of the Woodrow Wilson International Center as he appeared on CNN's The Situation Room on August 15th.

     “Joining the Muslim Brotherhood isn’t like joining a health club," said Miller. "I mean this is an organization that has a long range view of its identity and the kind of polity it wants and that view, frankly, in my judgment, doesn’t coincide with an American view…either our interests or our values….and I would argue that it may not even coincide with millions of Egyptians,” Miller continued.

Aaron David Miller of the Woodrow Wilson Intl. Center
for Scholars appearing with P.J. Crowley (no admitted
relationship to Aleister Crowley), and Wolf Blitzer.
     “Miller is absolutely right,” said Kareem Dhalman of the Center for Centrality In Political Planning.  The Muslim Brotherhood was spawned early in the 20th Century, but flourished in the post World War II era of the Cold War.  Egypt was their birthplace.  They not only did the CIA’s dirty work in the region, but spawned Al Qaeda to join the Mujahidin in Afghanistan to fight the Soviets.  Then, when Al Qaeda turned on the U.S., if that is indeed what happened, diving bombing the World Trade Center…. shouldn’t Americans be delighted that the Egyptians don’t want the Muslim Brotherhood to be in charge there?  Egypt became, following the murder of Anwar Sadat by elements of these same groups, a secret renditioning place for the CIA where water boarding and other forms of torture were conducted by CIA operatives.  How does that fit with America’s core values?” asked Dhalman who wishes that Donald Rumsfeld, Dick Cheney and George Walker Bush whose grandfather was part of the 1930's 'Business Plot' that recruited Marine General Smedley Darlington Butler to lead a fascist coup in toppling FDR, would allow former Navy Seal and Governor of Minnesota, Jesse Ventura, to water board them.  "Ventura would like to do that and I'd like to see him do it," said Dhalman who said that what has happened in Egypt  with Mubarak is what happened in Iran with the Shah of Iran whose brutal SAVAK secret police were experts at de-tonguing and eye-gouging  critics of the Iranian government.  "We did the same thing in Iraq by backing Saddam Hussein after the Nazi-backed Grand Mufti showed us that our OSS turned CIA was backing a wacko just as General Smedley Butler had warned in the U.S. by revealing a hard core crypto-Nazi element among the U.S. power elites involved in the 1930's 'Business Plot'," said Dahlman.

"Members of the Hells Angels whose presence is felt in the San Francisco Bay Area, their headquarters, would likely come to the defense of Rumsfeld, Cheney and Bush and defend them against the more inclusive Mongol motorcycle gang member, Jesse Ventura," said Dahlman.  "At its core all we have here is gang warfare on larger and smaller scales.  The planet doesn't stand much of a chance until a core ethic rises above the topic of Martin Scorcese's next film, Gangs of Planet Earth," said Dahlman.

“The only Americans who could possibly want the Muslim Brotherhood to be in charge in Egypt are the hard right, crypto-Nazi Americans who supported the Business Plot during the 1930’s,” said Dahlman.

"Aaaron David Miller sounds quite sincere," said Dahlman, "but being Jewish I must remind Mr. Miller that Israel's tactic of stressing freedom and democracy, but pitting disparate elements of Egyptian society against each other to destabilize them is a tactic that will come back to haunt them.  It is a tactic that is now doing that for the U.S. as a whole as more and more people now have a firm handle on the historic realities of U.S. foreign and domestic policies that are as disjoined, self-serving and near sighted as Mister Magoo in a steam bath," said Dahlman.

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