THE POWER ELITE AND THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD
Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
October 17, 2011
[Note: In Notes at the beginning of my last two NewsWithViews columns, I have referred to the economic crisis in Europe and how it could result in more than just a monetary union of the nations there as the next step in the Power Elite’s (PE) plan. On October 7, Moneynews.com reported that former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan said: “I think it’s very dangerous…. I think we have been through a remarkably elaborate program to find out whether single currencies work,” but he concluded a Greek default “is looking likely.” IMF advisor and Harvard economist Robert Shapiro told the BBC that by late this month, there could be “a meltdown in sovereign debt which will produce a meltdown across the European banking system.” This could adversely impact the American economy.
I’ve mentioned before David Rockefeller’s admission that he’s part of a secret cabal moving us toward “one world.” The “secret cabal” also has been reshaping our values, and in The Second American Revolution (1973), John D. Rockefeller III not only disparaged “old-fashioned nationalism,” but he also applauded the “humanistic revolution” and sexual liberation. Relevant to this was the TV show “Love, American Style” (reruns today on MeTV) with episodes like “Love and Grandma” (1970) in which a senior couple, Paul Ford (the mayor in The Music Man) and Ruth McDevitt, are “living together” for economic reasons. Ruth’s granddaughter, Meredith McRae (Gordon McRae’s daughter), complains about the immorality of what they’re doing. However, in the end, they all, including Meredith McRae and Patrick Wayne (John Wayne’s son), accept the older couple’s immorality because they’re “happy.”]
Somali author Ayaan Hirsi Ali became a member of the Dutch Parliament and wrote her autobiography Infidel (2007), in which she explained what the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) had done in Kenya where she lived for some years. She said an MB preacher Boqol Sawn recruited women to make their husbands “good” Muslims who followed the MB view of “true Islam.” According to Ali, Sawn “stated that the men who rejected their wives’ call to Islam would burn…. Islam was under threat and its enemies—the Jews and the Americans—would burn forever.” Ali said that a young Kenyan woman who was breastfeeding was transported to an MB mosque, where a Sister Aziza told her that as the baby is feeding “beg Allah to protect your child from… evil ways of the Jews.” She further wrote: “The Muslim Brotherhood taught that, as Muslims, we should oppose the West. Our goal was a global Islamic government, for everyone…. Every devout Muslim who aspired to practice genuine Islam—the Muslim Brotherhood Islam—even if they didn’t actively support the [9/11] attacks, they must at least have approved of them.”
In a May 9, 2011 column “Here Comes the Muslim Brotherhood,” Prof. Francisco Gil-White commented regarding the recent revolutions in the Middle East and Northern Africa that “in every case, it is the Muslim Brotherhood taking the lead, and the Muslim Brotherhood taking over. In Tunisia, the main opposition to the deposed president was the Islamist movement Ennahda, now legalized as a party. Ennahda traces it roots to the Muslim Brotherhood…. In Syria everything indicates that the Muslim Brotherhood is the main force behind the recent unrest…. In Libya, the Muslim Brotherhood ‘is the best-run opposition movement’ (The Economist, April 2, 2011).” Prof Gil-White also authored “PLO/Fatah’s Nazi training was CIA-sponsored” (Historical and Investigative Research, July 22, 2007).
Concerning Libya, we can see a clear example of President Obama as puppet of the PE. As a black man, you would think President Obama would do something about the slaughter of the blacks in Libya by NATO-supported rebels, but he didn’t. Gadhaffi loyalists have committed atrocities, too, but Kim Sengupta in The Independent (London, August 27, 2011) reported in “Rebels settle scores in Libyan capital” that “the killings were pitiless. They had taken place at a makeshift hospital…. Some of the dead were on stretchers, attached to intravenous drips. Some were on their back in an ambulance…. Around 30 men lay decomposing in the heat. Many of them had their hands tied behind their backs…. One had a scarf stuffed in his mouth. Almost all of these victims were black men…. Amnesty International has reported similar violence in the coastal town of Zawiyah….” One of the reasons the U.S. attacked Saddam Hussein in 1991 was the Congressional testimony of the Kuwaiti ambassador’s daughter that Iraqi troops were slaughtering babies in hospitals there (later shown to be a false charge). So why isn’t the U.S. and NATO attacking the Libyan rebels because of the true charge that they are slaughtering black people in hospitals there? No, our black president stays silent, taking no military action against those perpetrating this horror.
Regarding Egypt, shortly after Barack Obama became president, in June 2009 he delivered a speech in Cairo. And according to Marc Ambinder in “‘Brotherhood’ Invited to Obama’s Speech by U.S.” (The Atlantic, June 3, 2009), “various Middle Eastern news sources report that the administration insisted that at least ten members of the Muslim Brotherhood, the country’s chief opposition party, be allowed to attend his speech in Cairo.” After the Egyptian revolution began, The Economist (April 2, 2011) reported that the MB’s “highly disciplined youth movement proved crucial to the protests that overthrew Mubarak.” On February 1, 2011, ABC news in “Crisis In Egypt: Angry Outburst” said: “President Obama dispatched Frank Wisner (Jr.), a former ambassador to Egypt, to deliver a message directly to Mubarak suggesting he not seek re-election.” In a January 28 CNN interview, Wisner had revealed: “We have known that the end of the Mubarak period would be with us in some reasonable time frame. We’ve been thinking in those terms… the situation is not a surprise.” Remember that Frank Wisner, Sr. (head of CIA covert operations) approved Operation Bedman that funded Iranian Nazi elements who would help overthrow elected Iranian leader Mohammad Mossadegh in 1953.
The Obama administration urged that a referendum on a new Egyptian Constitution be held quickly. And The Economist (March 26, 2011) reported in “Yes, they can: Egypt and Democracy” that “the referendum marked a big step towards sending the Army… back to barracks…. The speedy timetable laid out in the new deal may help the Islamists of the Muslim Brotherhood, among others, to dish secular liberals and other fledgling parties in any early polls.”
With Egyptians going to the polls beginning November 28, Amy Woods and Ashley Martella in “Egyptian Leader Ahmed Said: Muslim Brotherhood Eclipses New Political Parties” (Newsmax, September 20, 2011), wrote: “….Political leader Ahmed Said told Newsmax… if voters go to the polls [in] November… they probably will support the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood…. ‘People are afraid that because the only faction who is preferred right now are the Muslim Brothers, that if they take part in this election, then if they win majority, it will be very difficult to change the scene again,’ he said…. When asked whether Egypt would turn into a theocratic state, Said admitted some of the Islamist factions are calling for the application of Sharia law…. Said denied the military is taking steps to limit the influence of those Islamist factions….”
And what kind of coverage by the “free press” has there been in Egypt regarding the elections? Agence France-Presse on September 29 reported that for the second time in a month, Egyptian security forces raided the offices of Al-Jazeera Egypt, because “the ruling authorities have cracked down on media outlets seen as diffusing information likely to cause instability in Egypt during its transition.” And what has been the result for Christians of this U.S.-supported “democratic” movement in Egypt? According to Katherine Weber in “Persecution Sees 100,000 Christians Flee Egypt” (Christian Post, September 29, 2011), the Egyptian Union of Human Rights Organizations documented the emigration of 100,000 Christians from Egypt since March 2011 because of Salafist (Muslim) “aggressive tactics” against the Copts (Christian). Weber also reported that Christians are “fleeing other areas of the Middle East, including Iraq and Palestine. Lebanon’s Christian population has fallen from 75% to 32%.”
Christians in Egypt have had their churches bombed and they have been killed. A Reuters report, “Egypt Christians Mourn Dead After Clashes Kill 25” (October 10, 2011), begins: “Egyptian Christians mourned their dead and berated the army after at least 25 people were killed when troops crushed a protest about an attack on a church.” Alfred Younan, a Coptic Christian asked, “Why didn’t they do this with the Salafists or the Muslim Brotherhood when they organized protests? This is not my country any more.” And don’t hold your breath for any swift justice in this because, as the Reuters report added: “Christians say no one has been tried yet for the burning of a church in Helwan, south of Cairo, in March, after which 13 people were killed, or for violence in the Cairo suburb of Imbaba on May 7 that cost 15 lives.”
Not only is the “New Egypt” a hazardous place for Christians, but Israel can expect trouble as well. On Radio Liberty (August 12, 2011), former MB member Walid Shoebat pointed to the fact that demonstrators in Egypt had been chanting in Arabic “To Jerusalem we march, martyrs by the millions.” Hamas, a branch of the MB, controls the Gaza Strip (which adjoins Israel) and has vowed to destroy Israel. Relevant to the desired destruction of Israel, Prof. Gil-White in his column mentioned earlier declared: “Here then are the facts of U.S. foreign policy. After sending billions of dollars in U.S. armament to the Egyptian military since 1974, Obama—or, more precisely, the U.S. ruling elite—now wants the Muslim Brotherhood in charge of all that armament. This, Obama—or, more precisely, the U.S. ruling elite—is doing with a perfect understanding of what the Muslim Brotherhood is and what it intends to do: destroy Israel.”
Israel is not only threatened by the MB and Hamas from the West, but also by Iran from the East. On August 25, 2011 Haaretz.com reported that Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the Lebanese Al-Manar television network that “Iran believes that whoever is for humanity should also be for eradicating the Zionist regime (Israel)… and will never ever withdraw from this standpoint and policy.”
Iran’s agent in Lebanon, Hezbollah, threatens Israel from the north. And as if Israel didn’t have enough troubles, Israel News on September 2, 2011 reported that NATO member “Turkey announced that it was expelling Israeli ambassador Gabby Levy from Ankara (Turkey)” along with “all lower Israeli diplomatic personnel above the second-secretary level” because of “Jerusalem’s adamant refusal to apologize over the 2010 Gaza flotilla raid.” Turkey has the second largest army in NATO, more than Britain, France or Germany, and the U.S. has recently agreed to sell Turkey sophisticated military aircraft.
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And what is the Turkish attitude toward the West? Could it be the re-establishment of the Ottoman Empire? Posted on YouTube January 1, 2009 is a speech given December 29, 2008 by Shaykh Nazim Kibrisi in the Turkish language in Germany at an arena of tens of thousands of Turkish students (Muslims). He extolled the students: “What are you waiting for? Europe and America will bow to Islam. You are the grandchildren of the greatest Ottoman who ruled the world.” And in case you think the Turks are incapable of horrible violence against another people, just remember the genocide the Ottoman Turks (Muslims) committed against the Armenians (Christians) less than 100 years ago when 1-1.5 million were massacred.
Remember, the PE moves its plan for world dominion forward via crises. As CFR member Lincoln Bloomfield wrote in his 1962 report to Secretary of State Dean Rusk (Rhodes Scholar), the world government could come about by means of “a grave crisis or war to bring about a sudden transformation in national attitudes sufficient for the purpose…. The order that we examine may be brought into existence as a result of a series of sudden, nasty, and traumatic shocks.” This is what is happening in the world today, especially in the Middle East and North Africa, with the MB playing a critical role in the PE’s larger plan.
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