Ezra and an economist do an unusually lucid analysis of the Arab Spring and consequences to Egyptian economy because of increased Islam there.

This is really quite good.

Over the evening there is more SUN TV coming. This material is courageous and superb. I hope that all of you within Canada who can, subscribe to this station, buy Mr. Coren’s books and support these people in any and every way possible. The fact is, this is the only broadcast media with the courage to actually report on real events and consequences of policies that until very recently, we were not allowed to even speak about, as much from fear of our own government agencies as from Mustard retaliation.

Having a team on TV actually dealing with reality and promoting genuine liberal democracy, while once it was the default, is now a brave and rare commodity. We need to make sure they know it is appreciated.

Eeyore for Vlad

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

7 Replies to “Ezra and an economist do an unusually lucid analysis of the Arab Spring and consequences to Egyptian economy because of increased Islam there.”

  1. Just wait until they can neither afford wheat nor fuel……..then watch the Islamist Spring blossom once again…..into a seething Venus Flytrap….

    Regards, Don Laird
    Edson, Alberta, Canada

  2. Muslims hate tourism. The beaches, the drinks, the partying etc. So they are happy with that. Starvation is OK too as you can blame that on someone and the top dogs keep getting fed and blaming others. Blaming others is the way that muslims pretty much think. So that is easy and natural. Throw in a few Allah U Akbars and you go home happy but just a little hungry for bread and who’s fault is that: time for another Death to America! Allah U akbar!

  3. Richard…..

    Egypt will contribute to global difficulties Richard but compounding that are the current difficulties being experienced by Europe as it marches toward financial catastrophe, rising food prices and food shortages due to drought conditions being experienced in “breadbasket” nations…..this combined with the Libor scandal, shifts in global foundational currencies, the Islamic Spring and world market instabilities could plunge us into an abyss the likes of which the world has never seen.

    We truly are sitting on a razor’s edge…….

    Isn’t it wonderful to live in such interesting times?

    Regards, Don Laird
    Edson, Alberta, Canada

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