Americans should be paying close attention to the happenings in Egypt. Don’t think for one minute, this is not going to affect you and me, one way or another. Much like other riots we have known about, there are often other motivations behind insurgencies than what is reported to the press. By all accounts, the situation in Egypt is not some spontaneous uprising, and not just about jobs and economy. It’s about government takeover.
The greatest threat, is the Muslim Brotherhood, because they have the most to gain. And once they root into a major power, things will change around the world.
I’ve written often about the Brotherhood. They were formed in Egypt in 1928, following the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, for the expressed purpose of engineering and carrying out the plan to establish Islam throughout the world, as a duty to Allah. The Brotherhood was responsible for the assassination of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat in 1981 for daring to enter into a treaty with Israel and the U.S. They are the mega-global Islamic organization that has been pulling the strings – the puppeteer if you will — for the advancement of international Jihad, violent and non-violent, particularly in the western hemisphere. They are the authors of the document “The Project” which spells out the twelve-point strategy for infiltration of America. (See link below) They were the defendants in the Holy Land Foundation trial where secret documents authored by the Brotherhood were introduced, part of which outlined their goals in America, to wit:
They are the financiers of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), they are the power and money behind the audacious Muslims Students of America (MSA) and the Muslims Of America (MOA) all of which have been subject to many investigations for funding terrorist groups and or causing insurgencies in the United States. The Brotherhood is a force to be reckoned with, in Europe and North America.
Mubarak is the dictator in Egypt, but that’s not a bad thing, because he and his government still honor the treaty with Israel and the U.S. If Mubarak should be removed, and the Muslim Brotherhood takes over power, we will have much to worry about, and so will Israel.
I communicated recently with a knowledgeable source who has worked as a reporter of mid-east affairs for many years, going back to before the Iranian revolution. This was the response I received, in part:
“The uprising is following the exact script of the Iranian Revolution and I feel I can tell you what is going to happen hour by hour, day by day. I’ve just seen it before and history repeats itself. Yemen is at risk as is Jordan, perhaps Algeria, too. Tunisia has set the level. We will not allow Saudi Arabia to be threatened as their safety is vital to our economy. In Iran in 1979, people went out on the streets and turned the army and the police against the Shah, in the name of freedom, liberty, peace and love. Khomenei and his religious thugs sat quietly back. The intellectuals, the western educated spouted what they had learned in their universities in US and the UK and everyone smiled benevolently. The Shah was kicked out, Khomenei stepped in, executed the liberals and intellectuals, instituted a regime of terror that made the Shah look like a pussy cat. The Muslim Brotherhood is staying quietly in the background in Egypt and, when the revolution is complete, they will step in, fill the jails and the hangmen’s nooses and take over.”
When the takeover is complete, Egyptians will be well served, and people will feel happy. All will seem better and wonderful, much like how much better Germans felt under Hitler, and the reports were about a new thriving economy and national pride. But there’s much more behind the scenes we all should be worried about, as my source explained.
Obama is between a rock and a hard place, daring not to appear for or against one side or the other, thus no hard stance either way. It appears that the official response of our government has been to warn Mubarak’s government to withhold using force, and in essence, comply with the demands of insurgents. It has been reported that the U.S. has threatened to withhold some of the $1.5 billion in foreign aid we send to that country, unless they abide by our demands. It would appear to me, that the demands favor the insurgents. And that will eventually favor the Muslim Brotherhood.
We cannot lose sight of their long reaching tentacles. This is not just about Egypt. It’s about the world.
Check out the stories:
Click here: FrontPage Magazine – The Muslim Brotherhood “Project”
Click here: Egypt arrests Muslim Brotherhood leaders – Yahoo! News