Paralysed by political correctness, the West looks on as Egypt and Syria follow Iran into Islamofascism

The Telegraph:

Why be content with just one Iran when you can have two? Egypt shows every sign of developing quickly into another Islamofascist regime. Egyptian judges have gone on strike because President Morsi has ascribed to himself something resembling absolute power, more control than even the hated and deposed “Western puppet” Mubarak ever had. Naturally, he is supported by the Muslim Brotherhood and assorted Salafists who look to the establishment of an Islamic republic resembling that of the Ayatollahs in Iran.

Oh dear, it wasn’t meant to turn out like this at all! When the Egyptian uprising began almost two years ago, it was cheered on by enthusiastic Western governments and an even more avid Western mass media who saw a brilliant democratic future for Egypt led by all those bright young people orchestrating peaceful revolution on their mobile phones. There were voices here and there – and I am not too shy to mention that this blog was among them – which spoilt the party by predicting the eventual takeover by the Islamists.

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24 Responses to Paralysed by political correctness, the West looks on as Egypt and Syria follow Iran into Islamofascism

  1. Martin says:

    OT- Judge removed in Fort Hood shooting rampage case

    The military’s highest court ousted the judge in the Fort Hood shooting case Monday and threw out his order to have the suspect’s beard forcibly shaved before his court-martial.

    The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces ruled that Col. Gregory Gross didn’t appear impartial while presiding over the case of Maj. Nidal Hasan

    “Should the next military judge find it necessary to address (Hasan’s) beard, such issues should be addressed and litigated anew,” judges wrote in the ruling.

    Hasan appealed after Gross ordered that he must be clean-shaven or be forcibly shaved before his court-martial, a military trial.

    […]the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces said the command, not the judge, was responsible for enforcing grooming standards. The ruling said that was one example of how Gross did not appear impartial in the case.

    At a June hearing, lead defense attorney Lt. Col. Kris Poppe said the judge showed a bias against Hasan when he asked defense attorneys to clean up a court restroom after Gross found a medical waste bag, adult diaper and what appeared to be feces on the floor after a previous hearing. Hasan, who is paralyzed from the waist down after being shot by police the day of the shootings, has to wear adult diapers – but the mess in the restroom that day was mud from a guard’s boots, Poppe said.

    http://www.dallasnews.com/news/local-news/20121203-breaking-news-judge-removed-in-fort-hood-shooting-rampage-case.ece

  2. oogenhand says:

    Why do Leftist idiots never learn.

  3. DP111 says:

    Why do Leftist idiots never learn?

    Because by the time they learn, they have either been murdered by the communist/marxists, died naturally, or starved to death due to Leftist/communist/socialist take over of the economy.
    What to do? Put the misguided buggers out of their misery before they do any further harm to the innocents.

  4. oogenhand says:

    I guess you are right. Euthanasia solves a lot of problems.

  5. Martin says:

    Egypt protesters encircle presidential palace

    Tens of thousands of demonstrators Tuesday encircled the presidential palace after riot police failed to keep them at bay with tear gas, in a growing crisis over President Mohamed Morsi’s decree widening his powers.

    The protesters cut through barbed wire erected a few hundred metres (yards) from the palace, prompting police to fire the tear gas before retreating, allowing demonstrators to reach the palace walls, AFP correspondents said.

    Morsi himself was not in the palace, a presidential source told AFP.

    Protesters surrounded the palace on at least three sides. The demonstrators, many from liberal and leftist political movements, banged on lamp posts as others chanted “leave” in a thunderous show of force.

    http://nz.sports.yahoo.com/news/egypt-opposition-march-presidential-palace-112414927.html

  6. Martin says:

    Morsi fleeing the Presidential Palace

  7. Martin says:

    CAIRO – Crowd outside the Presidential Palace asking Morsi to leave :

  8. Martin says:

    Crowd rejoicing after he left :

  9. Martin says:

    Morsi leaving the presidential palace :

  10. Martin says:

    In Alexandria :

  11. Martin says:

    Morsi leaves through back door as Egypt protesters surround palace

    Egypt’s presidential palace was encircled by anti-Muslim Brotherhood protesters in a violent demonstration in Cairo, as the constitutional crisis caused by Mohammed Morsi’s assumption of unchallengeable powers showed no sign of abating.

    Mr Morsi was forced to leave the palace through a back door as up to 100,000 people moved in to surround it on all sides. Some stones were thrown, one hitting the rear car in the president’s convoy.

    Ignoring volleys of tear gas, the protesters burst through first one then a second line of police set in the way to reach the palace, which was the site of the final act in the overthrow of former dictator Hosni Mubarak last year.

    Then, as on Tuesday, demonstrators chanted: “The people want the downfall of the regime”.

    […]The rally provided a stark illustration of the dividing line that has cut across revolutionary Egypt. Saturday’s marches by the Muslim Brotherhood also mustered hundreds of thousands, largely bussed in from the suburbs and the conservative provincial towns that provide the Brotherhood’s base.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/egypt/9722461/Morsi-leaves-through-back-door-as-Egypt-protesters-surround-palace.html

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    Brotherhood figure: Less than 2000 outside Egypt’s presidential palace

    Muslim Brotherhood Secretary-General Mahmoud Hussein on Tuesday evening stated that the number of protesters currently outside Egypt’s presidential palace in Cairo were less than 2000,

    Speaking to Al-Ahram’s Arabic-language news website, Hussein described protesters outside the palace as “a small group with no political weight whose numbers don’t exceed 2000..

    Ahram Online reporters on the scene, however, report “hundreds of thousands” of demonstrators outside the presidential palace.

    http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/1/64/59774/Egypt/Politics-/Brotherhood-figure-Less-than–outside-Egypts-presi.aspx

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