Welcome to the Unhypnotize Truth Community!
A great place to discuss conspiracies, UFOs, NWO, truth, reality and enlightenment.

• » Conspiracies Discussions
• » UFOs and Extraterrestrial
• » Spiritual and Paranormal
• » World and Alternative News

Its time to wake up to the global conspiracy...and move beyond...
Our community is here to spread truth, discuss the Global Conspiracy and the world wide Truth Movement!

YES! I want to register for free right now!
Results 1 to 3 of 3

Thread: Muslim puppets in exile

  1. #1
    Senior UHF Member Active Member Rank Rehmat's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2011
    Location
    Canada
    Posts
    1,994
    Blog Entries
    1
    Rep Power
    8

    Muslim puppets in exile

    When I read that the Zionist entity is making preparations to receive their most loyal Arab ruler Hosni Muarak – I was convince that Hosni Mubarak could not have picked a better place for spending the remaining days of his life other than a western colony. Israel provides everything a brutal dictator will dream off – from genocide to world’s highest numbers of brothels. Tunisian pro-West dictator for 23 years, Zine al-Abedine 74, along with his family, took refuge in Saudi Arabia when he was forced to flee Tunisia by the mass pro-democracy protests.

    In January 1979 – Washington’s strongman, King Reza Shah Pahlavi accompanied by Queen Farah escaped the wrath of Islamic Revolutionaries by sneaking out of country with the help of US-Israel and landed in Egypt, while couple’s three children were flown to the US. King Reza then went to Morocco, Bahamas and Mexico. On October 22, 1979, US President Jimmy Carter on the request of Zionist billionaire David Rockefeller allowed the King to enter the US for medical treatment. On December 15, 1979 – Shah was asked to leave the US. Shah went to Pamama and from there back to Egypt, where he died on July 27, 1980. Hosni Mubarak’s boss Anwar Sadat gave a state funeral to Imam Khomeini tormentor. One of Shah’s son is married to Anwar Sadat’s daughter.

    Ugandan President Dada Idi Amin (died 2003) had received military training in Israel. Israeli military helped him to stage military coup against President Milton Obote in January 1971. He was finally overthrown after trying to annex a part of Tanzania neighbouring southeastern Uganda on April 11, 1979. He took refuge in Saudi Arabia where he died of natural causes. The Daily Telegraph called him “a welcome contrast to other African leaders and a staunch friend of Britain”. Israel described Amin as its special African friend and he graduated with Israeli army paratroop wings after training in the Negev Desert.

    Pakistan’s fourth military dictator (1999-2008), Gen. Pervez Musharaf, opened country’s doors for CIA-Mossad-RAW terrorism when he cowed-down to Gen. Colin Powell’s threat “either you’re with US or with Taliban” and allowed the US forces to attack Afghanistan using Pakistan’s land and airspace. Musharaf was very clos to American Jewish lobby groups. When he was forced to step-down – Jewish Telegraph Agency called it a great loss to world Jewry. Currently, Musharaf lives in exile in London in a two million dollar apartment and is guarded by some retired Pakistan military commandos and the Scotland Yard.

    Nawaz Sharif, twice prime minister of Pakistan was overthrown by a military coup in 1999 led by six military commanders while their boss Gen. Pervez Musharaf was out of country. Nawaz Sharif was arrested and sentenced to life imprisonemnt for corruption, hijacking and terrorism. Later he was allowed to go into exile. He chose Saudi Arabia. He returned to Pakistan after the downfall of the military dictatorship in 2008. Now, he leads the Opposition in Pakistan.

    The US groomed and bikini-whisky lover, Benazir Bhutto, became prime minister of Pakistan twice and was dismissed twice for corruption by the country’s Presidents.. Though the West projected her the ‘champion of democracy’, she never allowed democracy within her own Pakistan People Party – which was created and headed by her father, former prime minister Zulifiqar Ali Bhutto. After his death by hanging – Benazir’s mother became the chairperson of the party. Later she passed-on her powers to her daughter, Benazir Bhutto. After her assassination, her son and her husband share the chairmanship of the party. When her husband, the current President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari, was jailed on charges of corruption and murder – Benazir Bhutto along with her children took exile in London. After nine years of exile, she was convinced by Washington and London that she would be the perfect replacement for Gen. Pervaiz Musharaf. Little she realized that she was being set-up as sacrificial lamb (a martyr) for her party to win the election and her husband be the best pro-West crook to lead the only nuclear power among the 57 Muslim nation-states.

    Muslim puppets in exile | Rehmat's World

  2. #2

    Fear the Muslim Brotherhood

    Fear the Muslim Brotherhood


    To this day, the Brotherhood’s motto remains, “Allah is our objective, the Prophet is our leader, the Koran is our law, Jihad is our way, and dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope. Allahu akbar!” Still, our see-no-Islamic-evil foreign-policy establishment blathers on about the Brotherhood’s purported renunciation of violence — and never you mind that, with or without violence, its commitment is, as Qaradawi puts it, to “conquer America” and “conquer Europe.” It is necessary to whitewash the Ikhwan’s brutal legacy and its tyrannical designs in order to fit it into the experts’ paradigm: history for simpletons. This substitute for thinking holds that, as Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice famously told an Egyptian audience in 2005, America has too often opted for stability rather than freedom. As a result, the story goes, our nation has chosen to support dictators when we should have been supporting . . . never mind that.

    But we have to mind that. History is rarely a Manichean contest between good and evil. It’s not a choice between the pro-Western shah and Iranian freedom, but between the shah and Khomeini’s ruthless Islamist revolution. It’s not a choice between the pro-Western Musharraf and Pakistani freedom, but between Musharraf and a tense alliance of kleptocratic socialists and Islamists. Back in the 1940s, it was not a choice between the British-backed monarchy and Egyptian freedom, but between the monarchy and a conglomeration of Nasserite pan-Arab socialists, Soviet Communists, and Brotherhood Islamists. And today, the choice is not between the pro-American Mubarak and Egyptian freedom; it is a question of whether to offer tepid support to a pro-American dictator or encourage swift transition to a different kind of tyranny — one certain to be a lot worse for us, for the West at large, and for our Israeli ally: the Muslim Brotherhood tempered only, if at all, by Mohamed ElBaradei, an anti-American leftist who willfully abetted Iran’s nuclear ambitions while running the International Atomic Energy Agency.

    History is not a quest for freedom. This is particularly true in the Islamic ummah, where the concept of freedom is not reasoned self-determination, as in the West, but nearly the opposite: perfect submission to Allah’s representative on earth, the Islamic state. Coupled with a Western myopia that elevates democratic forms over the culture of liberty, the failure to heed this truth has, in just the past few years, put Hamas in charge of Gaza, positioned Hezbollah to topple the Lebanese government, and presented Islamists with Kosovo — an enduring sign that, where Islam is concerned, the West can be counted on to back away even from the fundamental principle that a sovereign nation’s territorial integrity is inviolable.

    The Obama administration has courted Egyptian Islamists from the start. It invited the Muslim Brotherhood to the president’s 2009 Cairo speech, even though the organization is officially banned in Egypt. It has rolled out the red carpet to the Brotherhood’s Islamist infrastructure in the U.S. — CAIR, the Muslim American Society, the Islamic Society of North America, the Ground Zero mosque activists — even though many of them have a documented history of Hamas support. To be sure, the current administration has not been singular in this regard. The courting of Ikhwan-allied Islamists has been a bipartisan project since the early 1990s, and elements of the intelligence community and the State Department have long agitated for a license to cultivate the Brotherhood overtly. They think what Anwar Sadat thought: Hey, we can work with these guys.

    There is a very good chance we are about to reap what they’ve sown. We ought to be very afraid.

    — Andrew C. McCarthy, a senior fellow at the National Review Institute, is the author, most recently, of The Grand Jihad: How Islam and the Left Sabotage America.

  3. #3
    Senior UHF Member Active Member Rank Rehmat's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2011
    Location
    Canada
    Posts
    1,994
    Blog Entries
    1
    Rep Power
    8

    Re: Fear the Muslim Brotherhood

    Nyeth.

    You should have posted - FEAR THE ISRAEL.

    Zionist Crimes

Similar Threads

  1. Egypt’s ‘Muslim Sisterhood’
    By Rehmat in forum Rehmat's World
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: April 13th, 2011, 10:53 AM
  2. Shamgen: The ‘Muslim Union’
    By Rehmat in forum Rehmat's World
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: April 5th, 2011, 11:37 AM
  3. Erdogan is a ‘radical Muslim’
    By Rehmat in forum Rehmat's World
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: February 4th, 2011, 07:39 PM
  4. Nasrallh: ‘No alliance with foreign puppets’
    By Rehmat in forum Rehmat's World
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: January 17th, 2011, 01:13 PM

Tags for this Thread