Domingo, 13 Fevereiro 2011

The “Tarnac 9” European mentality and the alliance Marx / Muhammad

Filed under: A vida custa — O. Braga @ 6:50 am
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When 85% of the Egyptians reveal at a recent survey that they support the Sharia law and namely stoning women to death, an European woman writes this.

«According to the survey, majorities in Pakistan, Egypt, Jordan and Nigeria would favor changing current laws to allow stoning as a punishment for adultery, hand amputation for theft and death for those who convert from Islam to another religion. About 85% of Pakistani Muslims said they would support a law segregating men and women in the workplace.»

—>Many Turks, Iranians, Egyptians Link Sharia and Justice

The comparison, stated on that text, between the American and Egyptian societies is so incredible that the only way to classify this comparison is attributing it to a interpretative delusion. Only a delusional mind can make such a comparison; some European intellectuals are becoming mentally ill.

What has been compared there, is a per capita income of 2 US dollars per day in Egypt, on one hand, to one of the highest per capita income of the world, on the other hand. Such a comparison is not only stupid but it is obscene; it is an insult to the Egyptian people. That paternalistic discourse of the European leftists towards Egyptians makes me queasy.

There’s no doubt that Mubarak was a dictator. But the implicit idea, stated at the afore mentioned narrative, that all dictatorships in the world are due to American policy, is logically and historically absurd. There’s strange cultural phenomena in Europe nowadays which consists of deliberately forgetting history and living in an eternal present.

Mubarak took power in Egypt after Anwar El Sadat was shot dead by the Islamic/Muslim Brotherhood. Sadat succeeded to Nasser who was a leftist dictator with close liaisons to Marxism and to the URSS. Sadat himself was a soviet aligned politician until he lost the Yom Kippur war in 1973. So, when somebody says that the logic of political power in the Arab Republic of Egypt was always pro-American and supported by the US, that statement is stupid.

An Austrian woman who, willingly or not, represents the heritage of the most dreadful totalitarian mentality that the world ever saw, says that liberty in America isn’t total. Let’s quote : “Bush and Obama have haven’t been all that protective of liberty either”. That woman is positively comparing Mubarak’s regime to those of Bush or Obama; isn’t that laughable?

That woman compares the deeds of radical Integrism Islamic terrorists who annihilate innocent lives, on one hand, to the action of the American military against those terrorists, on other hand. How is it possible that a person in a clear state of mind could not tell the difference between the two situations? What’s the matter with you, people?

Jane Burgermeister’s narrative is inconsistent, biased, leftist, delusional and politically correct. She seems to seek for a paradise on Earth, which is a Marxist characteristic. Her discourse is contradictory: allegedly she stands for freedom, but we can read between the lines that she hates America for not having accomplished a sort of ideally and imaginary Total Freedom and a Paradise on Earth — and that means that the American basic and constitutional concept of freedom is not coincidental with Burgermeister’s concept of liberty.

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