For many years, we’ve covered the activities of the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamic fascist organization allied with the Axis in World War II and Western intelligence services during the Cold War. Now, the Brotherhood is infiltrating the U.S. Naval Academy. Professors there are linked to the entities targeted by Operation Green Quest.
The Boston bombing suspects’ uncle turns out to have been married to the daughter of a key CIA officer. That officer, Graham E. Fuller, was a key advocate of a U.S. alliance with the Muslim Brotherhood. Fuller has also run interference for the insidious Fetullah Gulen cult.
For years, we’ve highlighted the Islamofascist nature of the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as its historical alignment with the Axis in World War II. Now Egyptian comedian Bassem Youssef has lampooned the Brotherhood, accurately characterizing the organization. Youssef has been the target of Brotherhood repression in the past.
Co-author of a controversial book on the Israel Lobby, John Mearsheimer has run professional interference for a wild-eyed anti-Semite and Hitler apologist named Gilad Atzmon. Atzmon’s views would make Goebbels blush. In addition to endorsing Mearsheimer’s support for Atzmon, Stephen Walt has contributed to a publication openly affiliated with Hamas and giving access to medieval anti-Semites of Atzmon’s ilk.
Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi continues on the Islamic fascist path mandated by the Muslim Brotherhood, to which he belongs. Now, he has threatened unspecified “Emergency Measures” to quell the opposition. Just such rhetoric and the actions that generally follow that kind of talk are part and parcel to the implementation of totalitarian rule.
We’ve reported on the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s move to establish civilian parallel police to supplement the security forces, cooperating in this with the al-Qaeda-infiltrated Gama’a-al-Islamiya. Observers now report fears that the Brotherhood may be trying to infiltrate the Egyptian military, traditionally an non-ideological force in Egyptian society.
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood continues to behave as we predicted. It has formally attacked a United Nations declaration against violence against women. This, from the supposedly “democratic,” “Western-oriented” organization we were told would usher in a “new era” in Egyptian politics. The Brotherhood is also cooperating with the Jama’a al-Islamiya to assemble a cadre of Islamist civilian police to function as a security force and parallel police.
Manifesting the agenda of the Muslim Brotherhood–an Islamic fascist organization allied with the Axis in World War II, Mohamed Morsi is behaving in a predictable fashion. Morsi’s government is attempting to censor popular media. The reforms desired by the Egyptian people have proved illusory. Torture continues to the routine of the security forces.
We recall the tsunami of praise, Hosannas and Hallelujahs gushing forth from the world’s media and political punditry. Hailing the “Arab Spring” as the dawning of a new enlightenment in that part of the world, they missed the boat–fundamentally. We, on the other hand, were warning that this phenomenon was a Nazi operation, having been initiated by powerful corporate forces in the second administration of George W. Bush, it had its trigger with the WikiLeaks milieu–itself a far-right, Nazi-linked entity, as we demonstrated in FTR’s 732 and #745. (In addition to the documentation in the original WikiLeaks/Arab Spring series, see the article excerpted below.) Before delving into details, an excellent overview of recent events in Egypt was provided in an English-language blog by a citizen of that tortured country. The contradictions and deadly undercurrents of unfolding events were eloquently summed up by Mahmoud Salem in “Imagine.”
The NATO-installed regime of Hasim Thaci manifests pervasive political and social criminality. Thaci is alleged to maintain a harem of more than 50 sex slaves, held in bondage by his bodyguards and reportedly offering their favors to KFOR and EULEX personnel. Successors to the 21st Waffen SS (“Skanderbeg”) Division and other fascist fighting formations from World War II, the Kosovo Liberation Army has turned that former Serbian province into little more than a German colony. Much of the international community continues to view Kosovo as a criminal entity operating outside the envelope of international law.