Skip to comments.Plot Thickens: Egyptian Protesters Reveal To CNN Hatred Of Israel And America
Posted on 01/31/2011 9:33:23 AM PST by Nachum
In case anyone needed convincing that the crisis in Egypt puts the United States in an extremely complex and difficult position, one need only watch Egyptian Opposition Leader ElBaradei describe the brutal, freedom-depriving dictatorship of President Mubarak and then compare that to this video where some protesters reveal exactly what they would do if they were granted freedom. It seems like for the United States not to choose sides, at least for now, may in fact be the wisest decision.
CNN reporter Nic Robertson hit the streets and interviewed Egyptian protesters who did not hold anything back with their revelations regarding why they were revolting and what free Egyptians might do.
One protester screamed:
All the people hate him. Hes supporting Israel! Israel is our enemy. We dont like him . . . Israel and America supported him. We hate them all. We dont like them!
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“We hate them all” - Islam.
I read an article last week stating the premise that the obamao administration is supporting the protesters. This impostor in our WH has to go sooner, not later.
Surprise, Surprise, Surprise !!!
Is anyone else reporting this besides Chicken Noodle News?
Sooooo, since they hate Americans, I guess they still LOVE Obama, their fellow Muslim.
No Shi’ite huh?
Does everyone love us yet?
So, WHY WAS THE USA all of these years sending 1.5 billion dollars a year to Egyptians if the people in the street feel like this? I guess that proves, that you can’t buy loyalty or friendships with money.
Sounds just like Obama.
We’re not a Muslim country, that’s why they hate us, has nothing to do with Israel.
What does it tell you when those BASTARDS chop off two of the mummies heads in the Cairo museum? HELLLOOOOOOO Egypt WILL become a muslim country and those IDIOTS who are being used by the muslim brotherhood better be ready for a lot of HELL hitting their way! Democracy my BEHIND! Pray for Israel cause you know they are the first on their crosshairs once they get the nukes in their hands. GOD HELP THEM and US!
More like thick heads soften from being pounded by reality. America and Israel will be blamed for all the problems suffered by discontented Muslims, including those in Egypt. Barry will apologize for us.
I can’t help but feel badly for them when I think what they’re going to be obliged to live through for the next who-knows-how-many generations. Hopefully they can subsist solely on their hatred.
Whatever the WH does, someone is going to be mad, say he should have done more, should have done less, should have done nothing. I remember all the comments during the Iran demonstrations. The worst thing he can do is something that will play into the hands of the Islamic Brotherhood, whatever that might be.
But I’m sure CNN revealed the same to them first.
Well, maybe. Who knows. Sometimes I get so pissed that I feel to hell with it.
The same basic story ran on The Blaze yesterday.
Funny thing about these “freedom fighters”. Looting first, hatred of Mubarak, Israel, and America second, with freedom trailing.
This was quite evident from a photo that headlined Drudge for most of yesterday. Protestors were carrying a defaced photo of Mubarak...they drew a mustache on him and arabic words that were in all probability insults. They also drew a Star of David on his forehead.
Islam is as Islam does.
What’s “The Blaze”?
Egypt protests: America’s secret backing for rebel leaders behind uprising
The American government secretly backed leading figures behind the Egyptian uprising who have been planning regime change for the past three years, The Daily Telegraph has learned.
Workers of the World Unite - The American Left’s Role in Leading Mid-East Regime Change
Twitter, Facebook, and various instant messaging platforms (SMS, Skype, Google Chat, etc.) act as force-multipliers for revolutionary movements
We just need to send Prez. Jimma’ over there to bring peace and peaches to the whole middle east while we circle our wagons and stockpile a load of nuclear weapons.
Thanks for posting. I didn’t have the links handy.
Glenn Beck owned answer to Drudge. They’re pretty good with the up to the minute news.
Caught a Israeli college student on some news clip saying she thinks this is great that her fellow Egyptian college students are protesting for freedom. I could not believe the sheer niavete from someone who actually lives in the region. The propensity for this to turn out very badly is extremely high at this point. Do people actually think the Muslim Brotherhood are going to go quietly into the night? Do people think Iran/Hamas will not quietly pour into the country now?
I doubt that man in your picture EVER supported
the Moslem Brotherhood and murderers of Americans
as has the US State Dept.
This is what our Founding Fathers and most of our forefathers believed until recently.
The United States can’t save the world from themselves.
We can’t tame the barbarians.
This was a conservative position until internationalists and neo-conservatives (former Marxists) took over foreign policy of the Republican Party.
None of it did any good.
“I guess that proves, that you cant buy loyalty or friendships with money.”
You can only rent them.
A complete disengagement from the ME would guarantee Israeli nukes would fly. The only question would be, would the nuclear explosions be confined to the Middle East?
Sounds like the money was to help keep this particular Djinn corked up in its bottle, so to speak. As for folly of expecting gratitude or loyalty in exchange for so much of our treasure, I believe Randy Newman summed it up pretty well in Political Science:
No one likes us-I don't know why
We may not be perfect, but heaven knows we try
But all around, even our old friends put us down
Let's drop the big one and see what happens
We give them money-but are they grateful?
No, they're spiteful and they're hateful
They don't respect us-so let's surprise them
We'll drop the big one and pulverize them
I agree. However I will say that our state dept.s response is very in character with Mr Neighbor's dim witted character, Gomer Pyle.