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George Soros Urges Support For His Stooge ElBaradei and the Radical Muslim Brotherhood

( "Tunisia has a relatively well-developed middle class, women there enjoy greater rights and opportunities than in most Muslim countries, and the failed regime was secular in character... While the slogans and crowds in Tahrir Square are not advancing a theocratic agenda at all, the best-organized political opposition that managed to survive in that country's repressive environment is the Muslim Brotherhood. In free elections, the Brotherhood is bound to emerge as a major political force."

Well first of all, yes the slogans I've been hearing are theocratic in nature. What does Allu akbar mean? Soros tries to brush off worries of theocracy. He admits that the Muslim Brotherhood might be theocratic, but that's okay, that's democracy!

Some have articulated fears of adverse consequences of free elections... that Israel may be adamantly opposed to a regime change; that the domino effect of extremist politics spreading to other countries must be avoided; and that the supply of oil from the region could be disrupted. These notions constitute the old conventional wisdom about the Middle East - and need to be changed, lest Washington incorrectly put up resistance to or hesitate in supporting transition in Egypt.

Who articulates fears of free elections? That's not even the issue. The issue to forcing the current president to prematurely step down. Soros illogically groups this government overthrow with the desire for democracy. He goes on to illogically group this with Egypt's likely coming military campaign against Israel and oil export worries. He then illogically reasons that either Washington actively support Mubarak's overthrow or they are resisting democracy.

Did Soros urge Obama to support the Iran democracy protests?

The Muslim Brotherhood's cooperation with Mohamed ElBaradei, the Nobel laureate who is seeking to run for president, is a hopeful sign that it intends to play a constructive role in a democratic political system.

Of course Soros would urge ElBaradei, because El Baradei is a board of trustees on Soros' International Crisis Group. Soros' group warned of "serious socio-economic unrest" if the Muslim Brotherhood isn't give power.

The main stumbling block is Israel. In reality, Israel has as much to gain from the spread of democracy in the Middle East as the United States has... And some U.S. supporters of Israel are more rigid and ideological than Israelis themselves.

Or maybe Israel is worried because Egypt's last Islamic extremist president attacked them, and ElBaradei's spokesman is a fan of his. Soros raked in the cash from his oil crisis, and now Soros is assuring us that we don't need to worry about the oil??

The Muslim Brotherhood makes their intentions of global Islamic government clear. Soros ridiculously claims that any opponents of the fundamentalist Islamists are themselves "rigid and ideological."

Fortunately, Obama is not beholden to the religious right, which has carried on a veritable vendetta against him.

Does Soros think Obama is Muslim? This nonsensical attack on conservatives actually connects Obama with Islam. Look closer. Conservatives have carried out a vendetta against Obama... by preventing the spread of Islamic democracy in the Middle East?? By promoting secularism instead??

I am, as a general rule, wary of revolutions.

Bull! Soros profited off Egypt before, and some say he profited off other revolutions. It's why he recently financed a magazine teaching Egyptian protesters how to connect with politicians. How much is at stake for Soros' business here? How far is he willing to go? Well the answer to that is clear with the threat he makes in his first paragraph:

Revolutions usually start with enthusiasm and end in tears. In the case of the Middle East, the tears could be avoided if President Obama stands firmly by the values that got him elected.

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