The hypocrisy of the ‘democracy’ of the Western leaders has always been obvious, especially when it concerns Muslim world. In this case the western definition of ‘democracy’ has always been “Muslim must elect a regime which is pro-West, secularist and anti-Islamist”. It’s okey to have extremist Evangelist and fanatic Jewish groups running governments in the West and Israel – but it’s not okey for practicing Muslims to rule Muslim-majority countries.
Currently, the world is witnessing this western hypocrisy in Tunisia, Egypt and Yemen. All western leaders, without exception, had supported pro-Western dictators in both Tunisia and Egypt during the early stage of people’s revolution but when they realized that the stooges cannot hold the power any longer - they switched to supporting the ‘democracy’. However, there are some exceptions, such as, Joe Biden, Tony Blair and Stephen Harper who still believe that Arab countries surrounding Israel are not ready for ‘democracy’, because every time they’re given the chance – they had elected the wrong people, the Islamists.
Western leaders are affraid that even the marginalized ‘Islamists’ – Ennahda (Tunisia) and Muslim Brotherhood (Egypt) may turn out to be the ‘king-makers’, like Hizbullah in Lebanon. Interestingly, on February 10, 2011 – the Israel Lobby’s approved US Director of National Intellegence, James Clapper, told House Intelligence Committee that Muslim Brotherhood is strictly Kosher (it hates military resistance against Israel).
Western leaders prefer hereditary ‘democracy’ or ‘roylty’ in Muslim world. Among Israeli neighbors – West liked Hafiz Assad transfering power to his son Bashar, King Hussein transfering power to his son King Abdullah II, Yassar Arafat appointing his deputy Mahmoud Abbas to head PA and were hoping Hosni Mubarak’s son will become the next ruler of Egypt. They never liked the transfer of power in Islamic Iran, where the ruler changes every four-eight year and neither Imam Khomeini or Ayatullah Khamenei groomed their sons to be the next Leader of Islamic Revolution.
When the Algerian Islamic Salvation Front routed out the secular ruling party in 1992 elections – Paris-Washington-Tel Aviv engineered a military coup against the Islamists (more than 70% of the MPs were western educated and dozens of them holding PhDs). Since then Algeria has been in civil war with more than 70,000 people dead.
Palestinian Islamic Resistance Hamas won majority of seats in PA parliament in 2006 elections monitored by international groups and the former US President Jimmy Carter. The result – Zionist entity called for sanctions against the elected government and its stooges in the US, Germany, France, Britain and the EU followed their ‘Master’.
Hizbullah-led Opposition group won 53.4% of the total vote cast in June 2009 election. However, the US-French-Saudi Arabia robbed the victory by buying out the alliance of pro-Israel Phalangist Christians (Sami Geagea bloc) and Druze (Jumblatt bloc). This time Jumblatt is with Hizbullah-led group and has called the US-sponsored Special Tribune for Lebanon (STL) as “US-Israeli tool for destruction”.
When Dr. Ahmadinejad was re-elected with 62% majority vote – CIA-Mossad-MI6 engineered the so-called Green Revolution, part of Dubya Bush’s $400 million fund to bring-in a pro-Israel regime-change in Tehran. On February 13, 2011 – Israeli political analyst, Aluf Benn lamented in daily Ha’aretz that without Mubarak, there is no attack on Islamic Republic.
“The revolutionaries at Tahrir Square were motivated by Egyptian national pride and not by their adoration of the Islamic Revolution in Iran. Whoever succeeds Mubarak will want to follow this line, even bolster Egyptian nationalism, and not transform Egypt into an Iranian satellite. This does not mean that Mubarak’s successor will encourage Israel to strike the Iranian nuclear installations. On the contrary: they will listen to Arab public opinion, which opposes a preemptive war against Iran,” Aluf wrote.
According to several polls taken last year – over 87% of Arab believe that Tehran has every right to carry-on its nuclear program. Al-Jazeera took a poll last year, which showed that 78% of Arabs believe Israel was behind the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri in 2005.
Rumour is passing on internet that western intelligence agencies are looking for some mentally drained person who can set-up himself on fire in Tehran like one did in Tunisia, to start a new ‘Green Revolution’ in Iran for supporting protests against Hosni Mubarak’s regime.
West: We support democracy but