Saturday, April 7, 2012

Obama's Response to the US's $16 Trillion Debt? Give $1.5 Billion to the Muslim Brotherhood...

When I first began researching this story, so many thoughts and emotions ran through my head. Obviously, the thoughts began with anger, then confusion, and finally, hopelessness. Because I will have to spend more time gathering my thoughts on this issue, I will first post the links to the stories themselves and then at a later time write a full piece on it. The truth about the nature and goals of the Muslim Brotherhood seem to be evident to everyone but our own nation's leader. Unless that is, President Obama knowingly is going to make a habit of funding organizations that have openly declared war on the United States. Naturally, we won't hear about this from the main stream media who have gone into full campaign mode for President Obama. Reporting a story about how we have just borrowed more money to fund our enemies clearly isn't as important as reelecting a President who at best, is an incompetent leader, and at worst, doesn't have the best interests of this country (as we know it) at heart.


  1. Lots of bias here. I'd hardly call Egypt "one of our enemies". It's great strategic sense to keep them as friendly as possible. The muslim brotherhood is hardly as united and hellbent on destroying America as you make it out to be. They've been around a long, long time in many countries and as far as I know, they've been responsible for zero acts of violence against the US or any western powers.

    (Yes, there used to a paramilitary group that claimed to be part of the muslim brotherhood...but they killed the group's founder, so take that for what its worth).

    This group is very, very charity orientated and is regularly and often criticized by Al-Queda. I think we want to show people in the region we can be supportive of Islam.

    I think it would be borderline incompetent to create such a security threat by cutting off aid to Egypt. Stragetically, that country is of great importance!

    1. I think it is an extremely dangerous and naive view of the Muslim Brotherhood to say that they are a "charitable" organization that isn't hell bent on waging war on the US. Why won't people listen to their own leaders? How else do you interpret this quote from the head of the Muslim Brotherhood:
      • Arab and Muslim regimes betray their people unless they confront not only Israel but also the US. Waging jihad against both is mandatory for all Muslims. Otherwise, “They are disregarding Allah’s commandment to wage jihad... so that Allah’s word will reign supreme” over all non-Muslims.

      I would also hardly call them charitable. Especially considering the fact that they are threatening to crash their own country's currency which would essentially end up in many Egyptians starving to death. But, maybe that is charitable?

    2. Oh, and by the way. They are also threatening ending the treaty with Israel. So, remind me again why we are funneling money to them?