24 June, 2012

Egypt: Zionism Takes a Punch as ‘Muslim Brotherhood’ Candidate Wins Election

Posted by Socrates in America, AmeriKwa, Egypt, Israel, Israel - the facts, Muslims, Socrates, War On Israel's Enemies, Zionism at 5:18 pm | Permanent Link

Uncle Sam (above) says: “What a bummer. I’ve spent years trying to remake the Middle East for Israel’s benefit, but it’s just one setback after another.”


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  7. 6 Responses to “Egypt: Zionism Takes a Punch as ‘Muslim Brotherhood’ Candidate Wins Election”

    1. Jürgen Says:


      I sure hope this is INDEED a smack in the face to Zionists.

      But I’m afraid this article here may be right, and am
      wondering what my fellow White Nationalists think
      about it:


    2. Anonymouse Says:

      Muslim Brotherhood is the Muslim version of Freemasonry. It is financed by the Jewish rulers of Saudi Arabia – the House of Saud.

    3. CW-2 Says:

      I suspect it is intentional ZOG policy to install a puppet ‘muslim brotherhood’ regime in Egypt. Such a policy may at first glance seem contrary to zionism, but the muslim brotherhood will be much easier to control than a genuinely patriotic government, and will further fracture Egyptian society as the brotherhood sets about attacking the Coptic Christians.
      A similar policy is also being pursued in Syria. With the encouragement of the US State Dept., both Britain and France are providing overt and covert support to the muslim fanatics who are fighting Asad’s government, what the talking heads on the jewtube dismissively label as “the regime in Damascus”.
      Although Assad is of the Islamic Alawite sect and receives most support from that group, he has been fair to all the religious and social groups within Syria. Christians in particular can thank his government for fair treatment.
      The Syrian ‘rebels’ have concentrated their activities on murdering Assad supporters and Christians, not just local leaders but whole families, women and kids. By supporting these ‘rebels’ ZOG and its minions are hoping Syria will descend into a vicious civil war leading to fragmentation into easily manageable chunks. I wouldn’t be surprised if Turkey has been offered a slice of Syria.
      Civil was in Egypt and Syria; it’s a win win for big jew.

    4. Jürgen Says:


      I guess the ultimate test as to whether this will
      be yet another fake ZOG client regime will be this:

      Watch to see whether that $300 million dollar
      annual aid the U.S. gives to Egypt is cut off
      or not.

    5. Tim McGreen Says:

      It shouldn’t be too difficult for ZOG to find some member of the new Mudslum Brotherhood govt in Egypt who can be bought off with cocaine, White women or cash. No group of people are as venal and willing to betray their own kind as the Arabs and ZOG knows it. Only another Gamal Abdel Nasser can save Egypt from Zionist enslavement, but I see no such hero on Egypt’s horizon.

    6. Arkan Says:

      Is Egypt’s new president good or bad?