Christian Soldier-3554481, with 14Reply ,
You're not surprised, are you? Me, I have been dreading this day will come; it's here!
When I read President Obama himself made it his business to grapple with this mayhem, I am not surprised, too. He's partly to blame.It took a lot to come to this. This didn't happen by accident (i.e. as a result of Israeli shooting dead of Egyptian soldiers); it happened because unseen hands are at play. They lurk behind the scene, causing chaos and destruction at no cost to themselves; if the demonstrators (their tools) get burned it doesn't matter to them or hurt their reputation (see, we are not involved); but if everything goes well, well,like the Tahrir Square revolution, they are the first to emerge (from nowhere) to claim the credit.
After Mubarak gone they own everything; the credit for killing the Christians, Israeli soldiers, breaching Israeli fences, borders in Sinai; for demonstrating over a Christian woman's alleged conversion to Islam but allegedly prevented from practicing Islam; for sabotaging the gas pipeline from Egypt to Israel; for forcing the Egyptian authorities to reopen the Rafa crossing between Israel and Egypt; for instigating the euphoric Egyptian demonstrators to constantly demand the abrogation of the Israeli-Egyptian Peace Treaty (which has always been their wish to make it happen but wants to avoid being blamed at the same time); for instigating the ignorant Egyptians to forever demand more or heavier punishment for those associated with former president Mubarak and last, not necessarily the last, the storming of the Israeli embassy.
I think you all know what I am talking about.Since the emergence of Barrack Hussein Obama as president of the only super power of the planet, the Muslim Brotherhood never had it so good. Their way to success to realize their dream of turning Egypt into a theocratic state with them as the supreme rulers was paved and made happened by none other than President Obama.
From day one, after shoving a former First Lady to fall by the wayside and claiming the highest office of the world, he made clear he wanted to help Muslims (to understand the West or non-Muslims better).
He led by example in praising the Islamic faith at every opportunity and proclaiming (to the West) Islam is a peaceful religion - there's no need to fear it.
And if anyone wants to discredit or harm Islam, he makes clear he will be in their way. During the Koran burning controversy, he or his right-hand men, made short work of the priest, Pastor Jones, who claimed to obey God's signs asking him to burn the Koran books. From Secretary of Defense to Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff, not to mention Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, all went berserk against the poor pastor. Mr. Jones didn't expect such a frenzy from fellow Christians. Obama called together the best brains like he did when set about to wrest the Democratic presidential nomination from Hillary Clinton (who thought of herself as a shoo-in in the contest), including the MSNBC talk-show hosts, of course.
It was decided to use a journalist to dig up dirt in Germany to discredit Pastor Jones similar to what happened to Sarah Palin when a cooperative journalist Katie Couric allowed herself to be used to destroy a promising career of the former Governor of Alaska. It's not known if John McCain's presidential running mate had fully recovered from that scheme. But Father Jones was completely destroyed socially, religiously, politically and financially. First, he's conned into agreeing to not ever burn the Koran. Then began a systematic destruction of the man's character, everything; he first lost the mortgage to the land on which the Dove World church stood. They didn't stop until he was jailed!
This is what you get if you defy the president of the United States. Just imagine, for just threatening to burn the Koran, a man lost his freedom - everything. But I guess it's alright for a Muslim to burn, not just threaten to burn, a bible. No one will even bother with it, presumably. President Obama will ignores it completely. Even if he's forced to response, he can only say:..incomprehensible"like when he commented on the Fort Hoot massacre by Major Nidal Hassan, during the memorial service for the victims who, ironically, were all Hassan's own comrades).
This illustrated an interesting point: even in America, the world' strongest country, the Muslims are winning or on their way (just like in England, where the majority Christians can't even put up Christmas trees in public places for fear of offending the Muslims.
The population of Muslims in America is so tiny if anywhere else in the world they will be completely ignored. But not in the land of political correctness. With a president who was elected due to political correctness, who preaches and practices political correctness.
When Senator Barrack Obama ran for president against what seemed insurmountable odds, at first, he quickly became the darling of Americans - whites, Hispanics, Asians - because he's black, first ever black, with a white mother thrown it, to emerge as capable of wresting the presidency from white candidates. Coupled with his shrewdness in hitting the right button, or shall we say employing the right people (white people); he got the endorsement of most, if not all, prominent Americans -- from Senator Edward Kennedy to Bill Richardson. He was unstoppable. But I would like to add a little qualification if you don't mind. There 's no doubt Obama was a rare talent indeed but, without the Guinness-Word-Record-winning efforts of the MSNBC talk-show hosts and numerous writers, columnists and university professors, to name a few, who gave their all to help, Obama would not be where he was for the last 3 years, or shall we say Obama would be lucky to be a second-term senator for Illinois.
It was amazing what a popular president can do; what the Muslims have become; what a 24/7 soundbite can achieve.
Back to mayhem in post-Mubarak Egypt. What happened in Egypt can happen anywhere in a Muslim country. Protesting or demonstrating can happen even over a insignificant matter; it's as if second nature to Muslims. And there are a lot of unseen hands looking out for opportunity to exploit them, stir up things.
It's ridiculous for the Egyptians to keep protesting against the Israeli killing of the 5 Egyptians soldiers, by accident. The trouble emanated from the Egyptian side, probably planned and executed for a purpose. These 'innocent' bystanders were roped in to cause chaos, to hem in the Jewish state which was the real intention. It was wise of the Jews to be forthcoming and not arrogant and apologized. It won't stop the agitation but at least it reduces the reason to agitate among the ordinary people.
It can be said the Jewish leadership showed a remarkable wisdom which should be emulated by other leaders the world over.
It's amazing; the Israelis are not only good at fighting wars, inventing state-of-the-art technology the world can't do without, it's also good at deciding what benefits them.
There's no doubt the way they 're going about doing things, one day they can realize their dream of living in peace and harmony with the Palestinians in particulars and the Arabs in the Middle East in general. There would come a time when both sides would realize a lot to gain from being friends nothing for being enemies. The Palestinians, don't underestimate them, are smart people too. They know Israel is here to stay; the sooner they accept that the better for all concerned.
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