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May 31, 2011

Alarming Video: Socialists Explain How They Worked With Muslim Brotherhood & Islamic Extremists in the Mid-East Revolutions to Unite Arab World Against USA, Britain & Israel

Topics: Political News and commentaries, Understanding Islam

Scary stuff, via The Blaze, that appears to show much of what "nutty" Glen Beck has been saying could be true: "Socialists explain how they worked with Muslim Brotherhood & Islamic Extremists in the Middle East revolutions to unite Arab world against USA, Britain & Israel":

While I have little reason to doubt that much of what Beck has been saying about these socialist/Marxist links to unions and Islamists may be true, especially given what we're seeing in the video and in the 'related' links below, one should never underestimate the intentions and efforts of the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist groups to turn around and bite the hand that fed it. In the Middle East the Arab Spring is likely as much about Islam as it is about democracy. As a commenter at The Blaze points out - remember "The Scorpion and the Toad":

The scorpion, in the course of a long journey, encounters a river. The scorpion cannot swim and so he is momentarily stymied until he spies the toad, on the opposite river bank. "Toad!" the scorpion calls out, "will you please let me ride on your back to the other side of the river because, you see, I cannot swim." "No way," replied the toad, "if I let you ride on my back you will sting me!" To which the scorpion replied, "But if I am riding on your back and I sting you then we will both die because I cannot swim." After thinking on it for a moment or two the toad agrees, swims over to the opposite bank of the river where the scorpion jumps onto his back and he turns to swim to the other side. When the toad, with the scorpion riding on his back, gets to the middle of the river, the scorpion stings him. "Scorpion!" Exclaimed the toad, "Why did you sting me? Now we both die."

"Because it is in my nature." Was the scorpion's response.

Related (hat tip - Nice Deb):

The New York Times: U.S. Groups Helped Nurture Arab Uprisings
Maidhc O Cathail: The Junk Bond "Teflon Guy" Behind Egypt's Nonviolent Revolution
Truth is Treason: Global "Revolution" Plotters Backed, Financed by US State Dept, George Soros, CANVAS

Posted by Abdul at May 31, 2011 12:17 PM

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