The C.I.A installed Saddam, Palestinians really want to co-exist with Israel, Farfour the Mouse is good children’s programming and Israel is acting just like Hitler.
These and other myths about the U.S. and the Middle East can be laughed at or wept over, depending on which side of the AK-47 you are on.
The current situation in the Gaza Strip was created by the CIA, Israel, the United States, etc…
So, how did the west really get involved there? On August 4, 1914, the Ottoman Empire gave shelter to two German warships that were being pursued by the British. The Ottoman Empire was supposed to remain neutral, but the Germans offered them the two ships and the Empire could not resist.
The Ottoman Navy was evidently pretty hard up, as evidenced by making German Captain Wilhelm Anton Souchon commander of the Ottoman navy.
Why is this important? Because the Ottoman Empire’s entry into WWI made it drag on for two more years, killing off millions of infidel westerners at bargain basement prices to them:
General Erich Ludendorff stated in his memoirs that he believed the entry of the Turks into the war allowed the outnumbered Central powers to fight on for two years longer than they would have been able on their own. The war was extended to the Middle East with main fronts of Gallipoli, the Sinai and Palestine, Mesopotamia, and in Caucasus. The course of the war in the Balkans was also influenced by the entry of the Ottoman Empire on the side of the Central Powers. Had the war ended in 1916, that would have meant that some of the bloodiest engagements, such as the Battle of the Somme, would have been avoided. The United States of America might not have been drawn from its policy of isolation to intervene in a foreign war.
Why should we believe anything a German leader from that era says?
Aside from his epic biker helmet, he said this years after WWI:
By appointing Hitler Chancellor of the Reich, you have handed over our sacred German Fatherland to one of the greatest demagogues of all time. I prophesy to you this evil man will plunge our Reich into the abyss and will inflict immeasurable woe on our nation. Future generations will curse you in your grave for this action.
After the Ottoman Empire siding with the Germans in WWI, one would think that when the second World War rolled around that the peoples of the former Ottoman Empire would tell the Germans to get screwed right?
Not really. Once WWII broke out, folks like Mohammad Amin al-Husayni were all too eager to join the Germans and even looked forward to working with the Nazi party.
“The Mufti was one of the initiators of the systematic extermination of European Jewry and had been a collaborator and advisor of Eichmann and Himmler in execution of this plan…He was one of Eichmann’s best friends and had constantly incited him to accelerate the extermination measures. I heard him say, accompanied by Eichmann, he had visited incognito the gas chamber of Auschwitz.” – Dieter Wisliceny, SS Officer from “The Myth of Hitler’s Pope: How Pope Pius XII Rescued Jews from the Nazis” – Page 136 – by David G. Dalin – Political Science – 2005
Here he is Broadcasting on Radio Berlin:
“Arabs, rise as one man and fight for your sacred rights. Kill the Jews wherever you find them. This pleases God, history, and religion. This saves your honor. God is with you.”
Damn. You would think that hooking up with the guys who dragged your people into this mess would be a bad idea, but when you hate Jewish trees…
He did plenty more too, like stopping Jewish people from escaping Europe to Palestine.
Screw the Mufti.
“We do not know whether Hitler is going to found a new Islam. He is already on the way; he is like Muhammad. The emotion in Germany is Islamic; warlike and Islamic. They are all drunk with wild god. That can be the historic future.” – Carl Jung
The Mufti went on Cairo after the war, as many Islamic nations largely blamed him for the results that gave us the state of Israel.
In Egypt he was warmly received and went on to become President of the World Muslim Congress. Here is their website today:
The Mufti’s good fortune ran out though, as he was denied assistance by the Arab League. The Arab League was not interested in the Mufti’s request for more Palestinian self-determination, the formation of a Palestinian Provisional Government, the transfer of authority to local National Committees in areas evacuated by the British, or loans for war damages.
Events like the death of Abd al-Qadir al-Husayni near Deir Yassin, and the lies told about the battle, which caused a massive panic and evacuation across the region, lead the Arab League to the realization that the Nazi-loving Mufti didn’t know squat about war, and even less about people struggling to survive.
The exaggerations in the broadcasts even fooled Albert Einstein, who dashed off a letter to the American Friends of the Fighters for Freedom of Israel:
He then joined other Jewish leaders in condemning the actions in the NY Times, comparing their tactics to Nazis. These letters are passed around on the web today as “proof” of the brutality of Israel, despite the fact that: A) These were a splinter groups (the Irgun & Lehi) B) The Palestinians have admitted they lied their asses off about the magnitude of the event.
The lies about Deir Yassin panicked the Palestinian peoples into a mass exodus, and the propaganda machine of the Arab militias was so effective, it made the advance of Israeli forces a cakewalk. Hundreds of thousands fled in terror when they heard the Israelis were coming, so much so that places the Israelis never dreamed of taking before, emptied out before them because the people believed the gross exaggerations of the Islamic propaganda broadcasts.
Not what happened at Deir Yassin, but what was invented about Deir Yassin, helped to carve the way to our decisive victories on the battlefield … The legend was worth half a dozen battalions to the forces of Israel. – Menachem Begin
The Arab League found a way out of taking responsibility for their humiliating defeat and blamed all of their new found problems on Mohammad Amin al-Husayni. This allowed them to get out of taking care of the Palestinians and walk away from their plight until it was convenient to use them against the Jewish Israelis when the need arose.
This wasn’t long in coming, as the PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) was created and Mohammad Amin al-Husayni’s other nephew, Rahman Abdul Rauf al-Qudwa al-Husseini, ran that organization since 1969.
Yasser Arafat (a.k.a Rahman Abdul Rauf al-Qudwa al-Husseini) lead a campaign of terror that included Black September’s Munich Massacre, Sabena Flight 572 and many other heinous acts. The leader of Black September was Ali Hassan Salameh, who also founded Force 17 and was married to Uncle Nazi-Mufti’s daughter.
That’s right, the guy that helped organize the Munich Massacre is the son-in-law of Mufti Mohammad Amin al-Husayni.
Yasser Arafat hailed his uncle as a hero in 2002:
“We are not Afghanistan. We are a mighty people. Were they able to replace our hero Hajj Amin al-Husseini? There were a number of attempts to get rid of Hajj Amin, whom they considered an ally of the Nazis. But even so, he lived in Cairo, and participated in the 1948 war, and I was one of his troops.” – Yasser Arafat
Amazingly, this guy received a Nobel Peace Prize.
Today this legacy lives on, and in a cruel twist, many westerners now support the PLO.
They wear the keffiyeh and wave Nazi signs…. that depict Israel as the Nazis.
They even support Hamas, the “peaceful” wing of it.
Here’s a video… from California:
One has to wonder what Adolf Hitler would think about the legacy of his Islamic efforts. Would he be pleased that the very ideology he shared with the Arab League lives on among some very un-Arayan peoples? Or would he laugh each time his beloved theory is assigned to those he deemed his greatest enemy?
Nazi Germany may have lost the physical war in the Middle East, but they scored a philosophical victory that haunts us to this day.
Israel & it’s allies are to blame socio-economic conditions in the Gaza Strip
The entertainment industry, video games, talk shows and legions of college students tell us the United States and it’s support for Israel has brought untold suffering upon the world.
Here are two of the world’s poorest nations:
Sao Tome is the first independent nation that ranks just above the various ultra poor pacific islands in terms of GDP. Yet tourists around the world are discovering the friendliness of the locals, lack of violent crime and incredible scenery.
They have only been independent since 1975, so don’t bother laying 20th century colonial sob stories on them, these folks lived it and died fighting it.
Tokelau is one of the poorest places in the world, yet you never hear about them attacking anybody because of “socioeconomic reasons.”
The caption originally read: A barge leaves the landing ramp in Nukuono to collect cargo and passengers from the MV Tokelau. The terrible piece of waterlogged softy wood on the beach is the “landing ramp.”
The whole place is a welfare state, even some of their islands have been cheated. They are called atolls, which means an island with a huge hole in the middle. It’s a coral doughnut, not even a real island.
The Gaza Strip’s GDP is 2.5 times that of São Tomé and over 510 times that of Tokelau. So why is Gaza, such a mess?
There are ten times the people in there than in São Tomé so the money just doesn’t go to far. The place has no real industry and other than making their kids watch Mickey Mouse get killed by Israelis and participate in paramilitary exercises, it doesn’t seem like Hamas has anything good in store for it’s people.