Pamela Geller cheers for mass arrests, worries that Obama will throw our "ally" under the bus
"Cheering for mass arrests?" Hardly. My fight, always, is for freedom. A secular government in Egypt would be preferable to the most radical and extreme system of governance on the earth. That's the goal.
Where were these jackals when the Iranians were marching for freedom against an Islamic regime (one that these leftist tools are helping to install in Egypt)? Why weren't they calling for Ahmadinejad to step down? Why did they aid and abet the Iranian mass slaughter in the summer of 2009? The mass media coverage of Egypt vs. the media's silence of Iran is jaw-dropping.
As the media goes about its business of dhimmi dog, the whitewashing of the Muslim Brotherhood, which I predicted here: whitewashing the Muslim Brotherhood.
Much to the left's chagrin, the Egyptian people are not burning American and Israeli flags. But I am sure CODE PINK and CAIR are working their magic over in Egypt. It wouldn't be wise in marketing the MB, now would it?
Why is CODE PINK is Egypt? And CAIR?
Check out Reuters. The Muslim supremacists know the left will do anything and align with anyone against America. Here is a member of the banned Muslim Brotherhood, on Saturday. "Islamic rule in Egypt would pose no threat to the West because it would be more democratic and broad-based than President Hosni Mubarak's 'dictatorship.'" The taqiya is spinning faster than Iran's infected centrifuges:
"That's more important than declaring that a 'new Islamist era is dawning', because I know Islamists would not be able to rule Egypt alone. We should and would cooperate -- Muslims, leftists, communists, socialists, secularists."
Further expect the America-hating, Israel-hating left to take to the streets in the USA demanding the US assist the Brotherhood in ousting Mubarak. Check this out from the warlike "anti-war" groups here.
Egyptian protests intensify, challenge 30 years of pro-U.S. dictatorship
Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets in cities across Egypt demanding the ouster of U.S. ally President Hosni Mubarak. These are the largest anti-regime protests in Mubarak’s 30-year rule of this North African country of 85 million people. Though the White House has declared the Mubarak regime “stable,” even greater protests are expected on Jan. 28 following Friday services at mosques throughout the country. Egyptian opposition forces were inspired by the uprising in nearby Tunisia, which on Jan. 14 forced that country’s dictator, Zine El Abadine Ben Ali, to flee to Saudi Arabia. The uprising in Tunisia surprised not only its own rulers but their imperialist overlords in Paris and Washington. ...
And the subversive anti-American Jew-haters at Code Pink in Egypt right now? There are no coincidences, folks.
I just phoned Tighe Barry, a great US activist with Code Pink, who has been in Cairo, Egypt, all week. Here is the audio.
With the release of the Wiki docments that showed the Obama adminstration secretly backed leading figures behind the Egyptian uprising, who have been planning “regime change."
CODE PINK has been a frequent White House visitor.