COMMENT: While the eurozone debt crisis propels Europe toward German-dominated fascism, the “Muslim Brotherhood Spring” seems poised to bring war and/or fascism (“corporatism”) to the Middle East.
The Egyptian army and the Muslim Brotherhood have apparently joined forces, amid reports that the Brotherhood continues to agitate for war with Israel.
(The Brotherhood is an Islamic fascist organization, allied with the Axis in World War II, manifesting a “corporatist” economic agenda, lauded by the World Bank because of that corporatism and allied with CIA and other Western intelligence services. The Brotherhood is the parent organization of the Afghan mujahadeen during the Afghan/Soviet war, Al Qaeda and Hamas–some of whose soldiers are pictured above at right.)
As Egyptians queue up for an historic election, the army and the Brotherhood are working in tandem, a development that bodes poorly for that country’s future.
In the long For The Record series covering WikiLeaks, the Arab Spring and U.S. intelligence support for Brotherhood ascension in the Middle East, we examined this complex development and forecasts that the ultimate culmination of these events would be nuclear war in the Middle East, the extermination of Israel, the destruction of the Obama administration and the demise of the United States itself.
Note that the Egyptian army has collaborated with Islamists in attacks on the country’s Christian Coptic minority, and that the army/Brotherhood alliance apparently dates to last April.
“Former U.S. Ambassador Says Egyptian Military Secretly Supporting Muslim Brotherhood; Brotherhood Says No More Protests” [Huffington Post]; The Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Report; 11/23/2011.
EXCERPT: . . . . Despite protestations of its purported political neutrality Egypt’s besieged military leadership has been secretly funneling financial, food, and security support to Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and its allied Salafist parties in the run up to next week’s parliamentary elections.
The assistance takes the form of “walk around” money, clothing and food giveaways secretly funneled to the coffers of the Brotherhood’s front party — the Freedom and Justice Party, the Construction and Development Party, as well as to allied Salafist Parties, including Al Nour, Al-Asalah, Al-Fadilah, Al Islah and others — in a bid to buy votes and provide Islamist parties a military supported upper hand in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
The military leadership has not only channeled financial support to the Islamists, it has also secretly collaborated with Salafists who have attacked Copts throughout Egypt in a show of support for more punitive discriminatory acts against Egypt’s Coptic minority to curry further favor with Salafists. Hundreds of Copts were attacked by unknown assailants en route to Cairo’s Tahrir Square on November 18th the second night of demonstrations this month while security forces stood by. This latest attack comes in the wake of October’s attack by the army which used live fire and drove military vehicles into a crowd of Copts protesting a rash of attacks on Copts and Coptic churches, killing 25 innocent protestors.
According to information obtained from a reliable European military intelligence source with whom I met in Turkey a few days ago, an emissary of The Supreme Council of Armed Forces (SCAF) met secretly with representatives of the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist oriented political movements last April to establish local political “action committee” bank accounts to funnel an underground supply chain of financial and commodity support to local Islamist political organizations throughout Egypt outside the prying eyes of Cairo-based media. Hundreds of local Islamist political organization chapters throughout Egypt have been buying votes courtesy of military provided financial and food handouts. . . .