POOR PEOPLE IN THE WORLD BEHEADED BY ISIL AND ALL OBAMA CAN DO IS PLAY GOLF

 

 
Obama says the US does not have a strategy to defeat ISIS.
 
This is happening according to a summary by http://www.debka.com
 
“Cameron warned that, while there was much talk about the threat to Europe of returning home-grown Islamists, “IS is already here.” The return of at least 500 people from fighting in Syria and Iraq “for Islamic State extremists attempting to establish a caliphate” represented a “greater and deeper threat to our security than we have known before.”

 

New laws, said the British premier, would make it easier to take passports away from people traveling abroad to join the conflict.

 

Announcing the elevation of the UK terror threat from “substantial” to “severe,” Cameron cited the example of the British Islamist who took part in the beheading of the American journalist James Foley on Aug. 18.

 

He also confirmed that Al Qaeda’s Islamic State perpetrated the May 24 attack on the Jewish Museum of Brussels, in which the Israeli couple, Emanuel and Miriam Riva, was murdered  – as further evidence that Islamist terror was already loose on the streets of Europe.

 

He was the first prominent world leader to assign the Brussels attack to Al Qaeda, which Israeli officials have so far avoided doing.

 The “severe” threat level was imposed in the UK only twice before: in 2006 after the discovery of liquid bombs aimed at airliners and when, the following year, extremists attempted to bomb Glasgow Airport and London’s West End.

 

Friday, IS released another indescribable video showing the beheading of a Kurdish soldier among 15 captured Peshmerga in orange boiler suits, who were grouped before a Mosul mosque. It was labeled “2nd Message to America” and threatened to execute the entire group if Iraqi Kurdistan continued to cooperate with the United States.

 

Just a few hours earlier, footage was shown of the mass execution of 300 Syrian soldiers forced to run through the desert in their underwear. They were said to have been taken prisoner at the Syrian air base of Tabqa.

 Those barbaric scenes were flashed across the world by international media.

 Less noticed was the video tape released on Thursday, Aug. 28, by Al Qaeda’s Sinai branch, Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis, which showed the beheading of four local citizens and their admission that they had collaborated with Israeli intelligence to identify targets for Egyptian and Israeli air raids. This tape runs 30 minutes.

 

Egyptian security sources said the four had been abducted Tuesday near the northern Sinai town of Sheikh Zuwaid.

 And not far away, in the Gaza Strip, Hamas last week summarily executed 29 alleged collaborators with Israeli intelligence, three of them women, and seven in a public square.

 

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has characterized Hamas as belonging to the same family of murderous extremists as the Islamic State. Israel did indeed fight a limited, inconclusive war on the Palestinian fundamentalists, but no order has gone out for an operation to rescue the 43 Fiji members of the UN Disengagement Observer Force, who were abducted by the Syrian Al Qaeda Nusra Front just 150 meters from its Golan border.”

 

A case can be made that golf acts as therapy for this US president Obama. Obama is at the same time as being paralysed a creature of Jew Hatred being a disciple of Rashid Khalidi

 

(Wikipedia description of Khalidi “Rashid Ismail Khalidi (Arabic: رشيد خالدي‎; born 1948) is an American historian of the Middle East, the Edward Said Professor of Modern Arab Studies at Columbia University,[1] and director of the Middle East Institute of Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs. He also is known for serving as editor of the scholarly journal Journal of Palestine Studies.”)

 

NOBODY CAME CLOSER TO THE TRUTH ABOUT OBAMA

The connection of Obama to Bill Ayers and the weathermen is dealt with in an historic 3 part series by Jared Israel:

 

In defending himself from attack, Obama and his campaign have made statements to the media and in Obama’s own “Fact Check on Obama and Ayers,” on his campaign website.  40% of Obama’s “Fact Check” consists of media and various VIPs saying it is no big deal that Obama worked with Ayers.  These statements mean as much as the blurbs on the back of a mystery novel – obviously they wouldn’t be published unless they said what Obama wanted, so what do they prove?  In the remaining 60% of the “Fact Check,” Obama a) states his core defense for working with Ayers and b) defends Ayers by portraying him and the Weathermen as having been excessive – even violent – in pursuit of their ideals, but not murderous, and, at least in the case of Ayers, of having changed into model citizens. This is the interesting part, for I have found that a) Obama’s core defense for working with Ayers is based on a lie about the Weathermen in which Obama covers up for murder and b) the rest of Obama’s defense of Ayers and the Weathermen is rife with deception and deceit as well.

This is a serious charge. Let’s take a look.”

http://emperors-clothes.com/8yearslie.htm  (read all 3 articles)

 

Obama was placed into power essentially by the Media and by a whole splurge of political interests that have this Palestinian Arab “thing” at its centre.

 

That is the great lesson of the Khalidi tape. See in this article how this issue of the tape is belittled by such interests. It is hard to know who these people like this work for. All you can do is read them and wonder.

 

james.rainey@latimes.com

@latimesrainey

 

http://articles.latimes.com/2012/sep/21/news/la-pn-khalidi-video-not-for-sale-20120921

 

The conspiracy theorists seem to think The Times holds the video with relish. Perhaps the staff gathers for a nightly viewing parties, chortling with glee as we watch a band of unreformed leftists, say, smoking the hookah with the future president.

 

So back to the picture on the top of this article. Obama was placed into power by very definite interests. Once there it is not imposible but is nevertheless very hard to do anything about it. He has the power of the state in his hands.

 

Obama has lined up to defend the Muslim Brotherhood especially in Ivory Coast, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Syria

 

On every similar situation he has been absolutely and totally consistent. Now when the lives of Syrians, Kurds, por Iraqi minorities like the Azedia and Christians, and Iraqi and Syrian soldiers, are on the line, and one step away from massive massacres

 

…Obama plays a role playing golf and explaining how complex is the situation.

 

Interestingly that is the same political line now being put about by strange people such as Bernard Ross on Israpundit comments section

 

The lesson these folk like Bernard Ross put about is that Israel is essentially a eunuch and cannot ever take control.

 

As against these 4international say that the American people must to save themselves depose Obama and replace him with a new leader who will fight ISIS and save so many minorities who are in danger of being massacred through beheading.

 

Jews should waken up to Obama and role in Ukraine. Note that the Muslims always oppose anything to do with communism. Here Obama acts like a Muslim communist hater and as an American communist hater, very convenient for Obama, he and others use war on Russia (a nuclear war mind) as escape valve for bankruptcy on ISIS

 

Similarly Netanyahu must be deposed at once because he allows Hamas to continue to rule and to threaten Israel. If Hamas falls then Abbas will fall too. It depends on who leads the Israeli state. Netanyahu must go.

 

BRITAIN RIPE FOR REVOLUTION!

Britain is crying out  for a new leadership because Labour and Tories are in the same boat with Labour being marginally worse because Labour produced a George Galloway. Quite a feat!

 

UKIP is not that leadership because its leader Nigel Farage refused to unite with French anti-Jihadists. That tells all!

 

It has to be emphasised that this Palestinian Arab lies marrative lies behind just about everything today.

 

THAT is what 4international will concentrate on!

 

OBAMA IS THE TRAITOR TO ALL AMERICANS

 

CIA expert: Obama switched sides in war on terror  

I KNOW AND HAVE WORKED WITH CLARE LOPEZ IN FIGHTING THE MB AND OBAMA AND IN SUPPORTING KURDISH INDEPENDENCE. TED BELMAN

By Garth Kant, WND

August 29, 2014

 

Absolutely vital article

the “Fascist left” is hiding this stuff. They are not socialists they are the enemy of socialism!

 

This is carried by Jewish patriot Ted Belman on his blog Israpundit and he sees the enormous implication of this article

 

This is gigantic. Netanyahu KNEW that he would be fighting not only Hamas in Gaza but the Obama Regime. Netanyahu flunked that battle and he should not have/did not need to because in taking over Gaza completely Netanyahu would have the support of most of Congress and would have inspired MOST Americans

 

This article fits right in with the latest Martin Sherman analysis that Netanyahu totally missed his opportunity to make history

President Obama appears to bow to Saudi King Abdullah, on April 1, 2009, in London

WASHINGTON – It’s an explosive charge, one that practically accuses the president of treason.

A former CIA agent bluntly told WND, America has switched sides in the war on terror under President Obama.

Clare Lopez was willing to say what a few members of Congress have confided to WND in private, but declined to say on-the-record.

She said the global war on terror had been an effort to “stay free of Shariah,” or repressive Islamic law, until the Obama administration began siding with such jihadist groups as the Muslim Brotherhood and its affiliates.

Why the switch?

Continue reading

NEED FOR OPEN AND FAIR DISCUSSION TO FIGHT AGAINST ANTISEMITISM

The discussion on the very important Israpundit site has been hijacked by a clique surrounding a person calling himself Yamit82, also involved is a person calling himself Bernard Ross and there are others, all forming an obvious clique.

 

This is indeed sad because there is need for open and fair discussion at this time.

 

The editor Ted Belman is clearly not in agreement with this clique. Belman performs a very useful service by airing a wide range of topics on Israpundit but discussion has now become arguably impossible.

 

You can see this clearly on http://www.israpundit.com/archives/63592654/comment-page-1#comments

 

Anyway I wanted to make that clear to our readers on http://www.4international.me

 

I wanted to send all our support to Ted Belman and Israpundit. We have the same aim which is for Jews to be able to live unmolested by Antisemitism.

 

One of the strange themes that this clique on Israpundit developed in recent years (which was pushed especially by Robinson) was that the Arab Spring and all the in-fighting among Arabs actually, he said, strengthened Israel.

 

Robinson kept on at this week after week.

 

This also led to a strengthening of the Yamit82 person who called for Israel to take up no position on Egypt, that is not to defend Mubarak, leading on to not supporting General el-Sisi in his present suppression of the Muslim Brotherhood.

 

We on 4international thought all of this most strange. Why should Israel not state openly its open and bold support for the suppression of the Muslim Brotherhood, and do so from a position of INDEPENDENCE!

 

How could Israel being encircled by Fascist Muslim Brotherhood states not weaken Israel, endanger Israel!

 

In fact read any article on Jihadwatch or on Pamela Geller´s Atlas Shrugs and you will see the opposite to Robinson…they are most worried for Israel.

 

As just today this on Pamela Geller´s Atlas Shrugs shows that she is most worried!

 

 

 

 

And the war in Syria spreads to Lebanon. Soon it will engulf the whole Middle East.

Nabil Mounzer / EPA

“Ex-ambassador to US killed in Lebanon bomb blast; four others slain,” NBC News, December 27, 2013

A car bombing in the Lebanese capital Friday targeted a key opponent to Syrian President Bashar Assad. NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin reports. By Mustafa Kassem and Alastair Jamieson, NBC News

SUPPORT THE ARMY IN EGYPT AGAINST THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

English: Muslim brotherhood military man in Eg...

English: Muslim brotherhood military man in Egypt مؤسس تنظيم الظباط الأحرار في مصر (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The situation in Egypt is now absolutely critical. On one side is the Army led by General el Sisi, on the other is the Muslim Brotherhood, founded by Qutb. Qutb was the associate of Hajj Amin el Husseini, leader of the Palestinian Arabs. That fact is critical. More on this site later about el Husseini and what his bearing is today on the PLO and Hamas, and the way Israel must fight.

4international supports the army in a very critical although unconditional manner against the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.

It happens very often in political struggle that you have to take sides. In this issue there is absolutely no way to sit on the fence and hope things will blow over.

You must come out in the open and state your position.

The majority of Egyptian society is pro Sharia and is Antisemitic. This is a fact. Yet the army is clamping down on the Muslim Brotherhood of Qutb. This clamping down in every respect is totally progressive.

On that issue you cannot sit on the fence.

What the following article by Atlas Shrugs poses is the question: What is Islam? Is Islam a religión? In one sence it is of course. But underneath that religión is an ideology that is not a religión at all, but more a method of repression, with an aim to control the world.

All of this has to be stated clearly in the struggle to educate a generation of fighters for socialism.

Pamela Geller is opposed to socialism, communism, Leninism, Trotskyism. But that does not mean that she is not very correct about Islam and Sharia.

On one thing we on 4international disagree with Pamela…there can be no possibility of a reform of Islam. We are sure there can not! Whatever that means we have to go with.

START QUOTE HERE

Muslim Mob Throws 15-Year-old Christian Girl
Off Building Roof

Obama is punishing the Egyptians for rejecting these Islamic supremacists. Sharia should be banned. The US should not give one cent of aid to any country living under the sharia. That’s not radical, that’s human.

Obama backed Muslim Brotherhood supporters who “reject the entire amendment process and are likely to launch” violence against it.

Muslims Take Young Girl And Throw Her Off A Building By Theodore Shoebat, November 30, 2013
Muslims in a village of southern Minya province charged at Christian homes, and put 10 houses to the flames. They wounded 14 Christians, and the mob also took a 15 year-old girl and threw her down from the third floor of a building, injuring her severely.

“Egypt Islamists rally to defy protest law” By Yakima Herald, November 30, 2013
CAIRO — Egyptian security forces firing tear gas and water cannons on Friday broke up anti-government demonstrations by Islamists defying a draconian new law restricting protests.

Authorities are seeking to put down unrest by both Islamists and secular activists as a government-appointed assembly tries to finish a final draft on an amended constitution by early next week. The draft has raised criticism from democracy advocates for increasing powers of the military and president.

Since a popularly backed military coup ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi in July, his supporters have been staging near-daily protests calling for his reinstatement. The rallies have often descended into street clashes with security forces or civilians.

To quash pro-Morsi rallies, which have persisted despite a heavy security crackdown, the military-backed government issued the law Sunday banning protests without a police permit. On Thursday, a student was killed when police put down a march by Islamists from Cairo University.

Instead, the law has sparked new protests by Egypt’s secular activists, who had been largely muted since the ouster of Morsi. They accuse the government of giving free rein to police abuses and military power that they had aimed to end with the 2011 uprising that toppled longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak.

They say the law aims to silence all dissent — particularly ahead of a nationwide referendum on the amended constitution expected in January.

The past week, security forces have forcefully broken up several protests by secular activists in Cairo. Police also arrested one of the top secular activists, Alaa Abdel-Fattah, on Thursday for allegedly inciting protests in violation of the law. His wife, Manal Bahy Eldin, also an activist, said police beat her during the arrest.

On Friday, prosecutors ordered Abdel-Fattah detained for four days for investigation, according to Mohammed Abdel Aziz, a member of his legal defense team.

A 50-member panel is amending the Morsi-era constitution drafted mainly by Islamists and passed in December. After months of sessions, largely held behind closed doors, the panel is scheduled to vote on a final draft Saturday — but one member, liberal political Mohammed Aboul-Ghar said it may be delayed until Sunday as final controversial articles are worked out.

The panel is supposed to finish its work by Tuesday, under a declaration issued by interim President Adly Mansour soon after the July 3 coup.

The pending referendum could further fuel a backlash. The Islamists reject the entire amendment process and are likely to launch protests against it. Secular activists, meanwhile, are likely to hold their own protests against a charter they say will enshrine military power in politics.

One amendment requires the military’s approval of the president’s choice for defense minister. The measure effectively allows the military to choose its own leader, giving it considerable independence from the elected, civilian president.

Another article, preserved from the Morsi-era constitution, allows for civilians to be tried in military courts in cases connected to violence toward military facilities or personnel.

Aboul-Ghar said the panel had agreed to remove a controversial article inserted into the 2012 constitution that critics feared would allow a stricter implementation of Shariah law in Egypt.

The article gave a stronger definition to the term “principles of Islamic law,” on which Article 2 of the document says legislation must be based. Article 2, which has been in the constitution since the 1970s, will remain in place.

Islamist supporters of Morsi held their latest rallies around the country and in multiple parts of Cairo, most of them numbering in the hundreds. Ten people were wounded in clashes and 183 arrested, according to emergency services and the Interior Ministry.

In Cairo’s twin city of Giza, police fired volleys of tear gas to disperse protesters, who burned tires, according to footage of the scene from Associated Press TV. Anti-Islamist residents joined security forces in chasing the Morsi supporters, hurling stones and bottles at them.

Police fired tear gas or water cannons on other Islamist marches in Cairo, the Mediterranean city of Alexandria and the canal city of Suez.

In one protest in eastern Cairo, Islamists chanted, “Down with all killers, down with Abdel-Fattah” referring to army chief Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, who ousted against Morsi.

“We don’t care about the protest law whatsoever,” said Ashraf Abdel-Wahhab, who was participating in a Cairo protest with his wife and eight children. “This is not the first time they attack marches or kill protesters. It’s just a cover that they’re using.”

Secular activists did not hold rallies Friday, aiming to avoid association with the Islamists. The activists oppose the Islamists, seeing them as equally undemocratic as the new government — and are wary of being tainted as pro-Brotherhood at a time when a large swath of the public remains eager to crush Islamists.

“Friday is the Brotherhood’s day,” Mohammed Adel, a leading member of the secular activist group April 6, told the AP. “Even if we had the same cause, we will not protest with them.”

Meanwhile, Muslim residents of a village in southern Minya province attacked Christian homes, burning 10 houses and wounding 15 Christians, including a 15 year-old girl thrown from the third floor of a building, according to Ezzat Ibrahim, an activist who monitors minority rights.

Ibrahim said the attack was instigated by rumors of a love affair between a local Christian man and a Muslim woman — a factor that can often spark sectarian clashes.

FROM KOSOVO TO SYRIA…THE HEAD SLICERS AND THROAT CUTTERS OF ISLAM

hoto 2)Saudi/Afghan-Arab mujahedeen with decapitated heads of Bosnian Serb POWs in 1992. Al-Qaeda funded and organized these early terrorist attacks against Bosnian Serbs.

http://4international.me/2012/06/11/tudjman-the-croatian-ustashe-nazi-genocide-of-krajina-serbs-part-2-2/

“I saw a scene of utter cruelty”: Eyewitness account of Syrian jihadists beheading a foe

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ROBERT SPENCER INTRODUCES THIS ARTICLE IN THIS WAY…”The idea that we would even be considering aiding these jihadis, and are already giving them weapons, is unconscionable. It will forever be a blot on the history of the United States. Even if Islamic supremacists write those histories, the theme of this chapter will be the spectacular success of their disinformation campaign in the U.S., and how they got the U.S. Government to come to the aid of al-Qaeda within twelve years of 9/11.”

ROBERT SPENCER HAS ALREADY MADE THE CENTRAL POINT WHICH IS THAT THIS WOULD NOT BE HAPPENING IF OBAMA AND CAMERON HAD NOT ENCOURAGED TOTALLY THE ISLAMIC JIHADISTS AGAINST ASSAD

INDEED JUST AS BILL CLINTON HAD ENCOURAGED THE ISLAMIC JIHADISTS OF IZETBEGOVIC IN BOSNIA…SEE THE PHOTO AT TOP…

THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE “TIME” HAS COVERED THIS. NOTE THAT TIME DISTORTS THE SITUATION. IT IS NOT ASSAD AND HIS GOVERNMENT WHICH DID THE BEHEADING. IT IS THE AL QAEDA WHICH OBAMA AND CAMERON INTRODUCED INTO LIBYA. KEEP THAT IN MIND. EQUIVOCATION IS THE GREAT ENEMY OF TRUTH.

THERE IS NO SENSE OF EQUIVOCATION INT HE POSITION OF WWW.4INTERNATIONAL.ME. WE DEFENDED THE SERBS AGAINST JIHAD AND NOW WE DEFEND THE ALAWITES AND SYRIAN CHRISTIANS AGAINST JIHAD

“Witness to a Syrian Execution: ‘I Saw a Scene of Utter Cruelty,'” by Patrick Witty in Time, September 12 (thanks to Anne Crockett):

All wars are vicious, but the civil war in Syria seems every day to set new standards for brutality. As the fighting rages in its third year, increasing numbers of atrocities are committed by soldiers and fighters from forces loyal to the regime of President Bashar Assad, as well as armed rebels and Islamic militants from the numerous, loosely aligned groups opposing Assad. The violence is frequently sectarian in nature, with fighters claiming they act in defense of their faith, be it Sunni, Alawite, Shiite or any of the other sects that contribute to Syria’s religious landscape.

The perpetrators of atrocities themselves often use digital cameras or smartphones to photograph or film their acts of torture and murder, uploading the images to the Internet. These images and videos are used for propaganda, and their authenticity is often impossible to verify. It is very rare that a group of fighters from either side gives a professional photojournalist from a country outside Syria full and unfettered access to chronicle an atrocity as it unfolds. The images above are products of that access.

What follows is a harrowing series of photographs of Islamic militants publicly executing, by decapitation, a young Syrian in the town of Keferghan, near Aleppo, on August 31, 2013.

Because of the danger in reporting inside Syria, it was not possible to confirm the identity or political affiliation of the victim. Nor are we certain about the motivation of his killers. One eyewitness who lives in the area and was contacted by TIME a week after the beheadings said that the executioners were from ISIS, an Al-Qaeda franchise operating in Syria and Iraq.

 

ROBERT SPENCER HERE ADDS WITH IRONY…”Yes, their motivation is an utter and absolute mystery.”

TIME obtained the images exclusively from a photographer who was recently in Syria. This decapitation was the last of four executions he documented that day. TIME has agreed not to publish the photographer’s name,  to protect him from repercussions when he returns to Syria. What follows is an edited account of his experience:

The man was brought in to the square. His eyes were blindfolded. I began shooting pictures, one after the other. It was to be the fourth execution that day I would photograph. I was feeling awful; several times I had been on the verge of throwing up. But I kept it under control because as a journalist I knew I had to document this, as I had the three previous beheadings I had photographed that day, in three other locations outside Aleppo.    The crowd began cheering. Everyone was happy. I knew that if I tried to intervene I would be taken away, and that the executions would go ahead. I knew that I wouldn’t be able to change what was happening and I might put myself in danger.

    I saw a scene of utter cruelty: a human being treated in a way that no human being should ever be treated. But it seems to me that in two and a half years, the war has degraded people’s humanity. On this day the people at the execution had no control over their feelings, their desires, their anger. It was impossible to stop them.

    I don’t know how old the victim was but he was young. He was forced to his knees. The rebels around him read out his crimes from a sheet of paper. They stood around him. The young man was on his knees on the ground, his hands tied. He seemed frozen.

    Two rebels whispered something into his ear and the young man replied in an innocent and sad manner, but I couldn’t understand what he said because I don’t speak Arabic.

    At the moment of execution the rebels grasped his throat. The young man put up a struggle. Three or four rebels pinned him down. The man tried to protect his throat with his hands, which were still tied together. He tried to resist but they were stronger than he was and they cut his throat. They raised his head into the air. People waved their guns and cheered. Everyone was happy that the execution had gone ahead….

THE THREAT TO ISRAEL FROM A NUCLEAR IRAN GROWS THANKS TO OBAMA

IT IS TOO CLEAR

Israel and the Jews of Israel are being threatened as never before, comparable only to Hitler and the Holocaust. You will remember that all of the nations of the world especially Britain and America refused to allow Jewish emigration to escape the Holocaust. It is very like that today. The Jews have set up their Homeland in Israel but they are being isolated AGAIN by Obama and Cameron. This new threat of new Holocaust takes the form of Obama BACKING a Nuclear Armed Iran, which also means a Nuclear backed Muslim Brotherhood!

THE LEFT

Understand what the left is. It is NOT Trotskyist. It is a ragbag and is more influenced by Stalinist and Revisionist thoughts.

The left is bitterly the enemy of Israel, that is ISRAEL THE Jewish HOMELAND

Why would the left be opposed to the Jewish Homeland? Because the left has become totally Antisemitic. This was led by the Moscow Stalinists following the 1967 war, which was a defensive war by the Jews of Israel, to defend their country from Egypt’s Nasser and other Arab countries which were attacking…HISTORY SPEAKS FOLKS…

BUT…

If the left is antisemitic what then?
The answer to this is that this left which is antisemitic is not Trotskyist, that means not based on the Lenin and Trotsky principles of socialist revolution.

CONCLUSION FROM THE PRESENT LEFT BEING ANTISEMITIC

1. This antisemitic left is no use to workers and it is no use to Jews in such danger as we describe
2. A new alternative must be built
3. That alternative is already well underway
4. How do we know? We know this because of all the political groups and individuals in the world only http://www.4international.me has called it correctly on the Jihadist cum Imperialist war on Yugoslavia, and on the Muslim Brotherhood drive to Fascism inside the Arab Spring which was obviously directed by Imperialism

WHERE PAMELA GELLER AND ROBERT SPENCER GO WRONG

They go wrong and seriously because they are STILL placing their faith in a capitalist system which is in its death agony. What part of “death agony” pamela and Robert do you not understand?

It was Leon Trotsky who described this stage of the capitalist system as being the “death agony of capitalism”

Please tell me this then the two of you and I narrow the focus to make it understandable: Why is the unemployment among young people in Spain about 60 per cent, not getting better but growing? Why are animals such as the tiger and lion being wiped out in the world? What is this system which cannot guarantee the existence of such species?

V ery simple questions Geller and Spencer please answer and urgently.

WHERE THE PRESENT ISRAELI RULING ELITE, LIKE NETANYAHU, GO SO SERIOUSLY WRONG

Like Geller and Spencer they place their trust in the same world capitalist system. Hell Netanyahu even places his trust in Obama who is coming to Israel in a week or so to ram home upon the Israelis this Nuclear Iran and this Nuclear Power which the Muslim Brotherhood will have.

They lead the Jews of the world in supporting and defending capitalism

netanyahu often comes under attack from the left and in that case we defend Netanyahu from the left. An example of this is a Jewish man called Barrie Nathan on the talk radio europe station and this Jewish man Nathan is always attacking Netanyahu because Nathan would prefer Livni or somebody.

No barrie Nathan the fault is not with the Jews the fault is with the “Palis” and the left who want to have Israel obliterated and Jews homeless which adds up to Genocide of the Jews.

We will defend all Jews under attack from Antisemitism. Barrie Nathan why do you not do sol and you call yourself a Jew. What gives Barrie Nathan?

BUT MOST OF ALL THE FIGHT IS PRIMARILY AGAINST THE STALINIST AND REVISIONIST LEFT

This means in concrete terms the building of 4international.meI

Please urgently help and urgently get in touch. It is not hard write to me below and sign private…no problemo!

OBAMA IN REALITY CALLED FOR THE DEATH TO MUBARAK AND WILL CONTINUE THIS ROAD

THE FOLLOWING IS A PIECE FROM THE BBC SOME TIME AGO

(START EXTRACT HERE)

Mark Mardell Saturday, 12 February 2011

Barack Obama looked supremely happy making his speech on the exit of Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak. It was not just that he could complete the one he had started prematurely yesterday. It was not just that, despite all the brickbats that have been thrown at the White House for clumsy handling of this crisis, the administration has got exactly what it has wanted for a couple of weeks: the exit of Mr Mubarak, the entry of the military as caretakers, the promise of democracy, and the absence of violence.

It is more personal, and more political than that. Maybe it is the old community organiser in him, maybe it is the admiring, almost envious, student of the great civil rights leaders, but something tells me few things light him up more than seeing ordinary people overcoming obstacles to seize their own future.

This triumph allowed Mr Obama to revert to the visionary candidate of the campaign, as he did in Tucson after a tragedy.

When he talks about the “moral arc of the universe” you know he is in his element. This is what he is best at. Weaving a selection of facts into a simple story that builds into a grand moral narrative that speaks to his greater vision. He instantly cast the Egyptian revolution as part of a pattern.

“While the sights and sounds that we heard were entirely Egyptian, we can’t help but hear the echoes of history – echoes from Germans tearing down a wall, Indonesian students taking to the streets, Gandhi leading his people down the path of justice. As Martin Luther King said in celebrating the birth of a new nation in Ghana while trying to perfect his own, ‘There is something in the soul that cries out for freedom.’ Those were the cries that came from Tahrir Square, and the entire world has taken note.”

The leader of a country and a capital deeply split on vicious partisan lines could talk of people coming together, despite their differences, in one cause:

“We saw people of faith praying together and chanting – “Muslims, Christians, We are one.” And though we know that the strains between faiths still divide too many in this world and no single event will close that chasm immediately, these scenes remind us that we need not be defined by our differences. We can be defined by the common humanity that we share.”

The commander-in-chief of the most powerful military the world has ever known could talk of the power of non-violence:

“Egyptians have inspired us, and they’ve done so by putting the lie to the idea that justice is best gained through violence. For in Egypt, it was the moral force of non-violence – not terrorism, not mindless killing – but non-violence, moral force that bent the arc of history toward justice once more.”

This day of history brings many years of potential problems for this president and those beyond him. The army will probably embark on the sort of reforms people want, but that is not certain. In free and fair elections, the Egyptian people will not necessarily choose leaders who are friendly to the West or to Israel. Other Middle Eastern autocrats may not be delighted at the thought that Mr Obama might want to bend the moral arc of the universe in their direction.

But there is opportunity between these potential problems. Film stars can adopt foreign orphans, Mr Obama has adopted a foreign revolution, and with it a foreign policy narrative that allows him to restate his core manifesto of inspiration and unity…

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/thereporters/markmardell/2011/02/obama_adopts_egypts_revolution.html

(SOME OF THE COMMENTS IN THE ABOVE ARE ALSO INTERESTING. THEY SHOW THE COLLISION BETWEEN THOSE WHO WERE SCEPTICAL AND THE RIGHT ON PRO-DEMOCRACY TYPES. BUT THE CARDS WERE STACKED AS THE POLLS SHOWED THE GREAT MAJORITY OF EGYPTIANS WANTED SHARIA…NOW THAT IS DEMOCRACY!!!)

WHEEL FORWARD TO TODAY AND THE SITUATION FACING OBAMA AND AMERICA IS WELL EXPOSED IN THIS EXTRACT FROM TODAY’S JIHADWATCH:

(OPEN LETTER TO OBAMA)

(START EXTRACT)

To President Barack Obama:

Three years ago, I had the honour of meeting you in the White House as part of a delegation of some 50 human rights defenders from around the world. I was one of three rights defenders who were asked to speak during the 40 minutes out of the 90-minute meeting during which you and your advisors were present.

When it was my turn to address those gathered, I urged you to consider the gulf between the content of your speech to the Arab and Islamic worlds in Cairo in June 2009 and the reality of American policy in February 2010, noting that they seemed separated by much more than simply a few months. In Cairo, you promised to stand by peoples of the region and engage with them, but eight months later your administration’s policy was to turn its back on the people and work instead with local regimes. I discussed three examples of this: Palestine, Yemen and Egypt.

Jokingly, you noted that despite being a guest in the White House, I was audacious enough to criticise the president in his presence. I responded that the act required no courage at all in light of what happens when we try to criticise Arab presidents back home, at which the hall erupted in laughter.

After the Egyptian revolution, I met your commendable human rights advisor Samantha Power and told her it was time for a second Cairo speech. At the time, hopes were high that Egyptians would now be able to work to dramatically improve the human rights situation in the country, and that US policy would support Egyptians in achieving these aspirations.

Now, two years later, neither changes to the human rights situation nor to US policy have fulfilled our hopes. Egyptian young people continue to live in frustration due to the deteriorating economic situation and the repeated failure of political processes to represent their demands, despite the sacrifices that they have made for the sake of the revolution and transition to democracy. Young people taking to the streets to express this frustration continue to be met with violence.

In fact, while people often write their last wills in their 60s or 70s, Egyptian youth in their 20s — who would normally be planning their weddings — have been found carrying freshly penned wills while participating in protests. But these wills are not written to pass on material possessions to their relatives, as most of them own nothing of value and can only offer their lives and their aspirations to live a life of dignity in their own country. Rather, these wills dictate the details of their funerals: Which square will the procession proceed from? Which streets will it pass through? What chants should be heard?

Twenty-three-year-old Mohamed Hussein Al-Qarni, administrator of the “Brotherhood Are Liars” Facebook page, will not be the last of these youth to die. He was shot in the neck and chest on 1 February in a side street near the Ittihadiya Presidential Palace. Since December, the palace environs have witnessed the torture of demonstrators by members of the president’s party, the dragging and beating of protesters by security forces in scenes broadcast around the world, and assassinations. Two prominent cases are those of opposition journalist Mohamed Al-Husseini Abu Deif, who was shot in the head 12 December in front of the palace, and that of Amr Saad, 19, who was also shot in the head in front of the palace in the beginning of February. This violence has also been seen in Tahrir Square. On 20 November, 17-year-old Gaber “Jika” Salah, the administrator of the Together Against the Muslim Brothers Facebook page, was shot in the head with a shotgun. On 31 December, 20-year-old Mohannad Samir, a member of the 6 April Movement, was shot in the head with a shotgun and entered a coma for several days before it finally became clear that he would survive.

Rape, which is recognised internationally as a weapon of war, is now used in Egypt as a political weapon to deter opponents from gathering in Tahrir Square. According to multiple testimonies in recent weeks, the assaults differ radically from the forms of sexual harassment prevalent in Egypt in previous years. According to victims and video footage, female protesters are separated from the demonstrations, taken to other locations, and raped, in what appear to be organised, previously planned attacks. The faces of the assailants show no signs of emotion or sexual excitement. The objective appears to be to break the political will of the victims through profound degradation, whether they are raped, sexually mauled, or stripped entirely of their clothes — if they manage to escape the mob. In more than one case, a knife was used to penetrate the victims’ vaginas, and multiple women underwent hysterectomies after being assaulted. In this context, we can understand the attempted rape of a 70-year-old woman known for her political affiliation as well as the sexual assault of a number of men.

Mr President, when I spoke with you in 2010, I asked why the US administration condemns repressive practices in Iran while remaining silent when Arab regimes engage in the same violations. Over recent months, statements by your administration have similarly failed to address violations and have even blamed protesters and victims for violence committed in the context of demonstrations. Indeed, the stances of your administration have given political cover to the current authoritarian regime in Egypt and allowed it to fearlessly implement undemocratic policies and commit numerous acts of repression.

Statements that “Egypt is witnessing a genuine and broad-based process of democratisation” have covered over and indeed legitimised the undemocratic processes by which the Constituent Assembly passed the new constitution, an issue which has in turn led to greatly heightened instability in the country. Calls for “the opposition [to] remain non-violent” and for “the government and security forces [to] exercise self-restraint in the face of protester violence” have allowed the police and the current Egyptian administration to shirk their responsibilities to secure demonstrations and to respond to the demands of the Egyptian people, and have allowed them to place the blame for violence and instability on protesters themselves. Urging “the opposition [to] engage in a national dialogue without preconditions” undermines the ability of the opposition to play a real role in the decision-making processes of the country, as these “dialogues” seldom result in anything more concrete than a photo-op with the president.

Is it a coincidence that the statements issued by your administration reflect the same political rhetoric used by the new authoritarian regime in Egypt? But when these statements come from the world’s superpower — the one most able to have a positive or negative impact on policies in Egypt and the region, not to mention the biggest donor and material supporter of the Egyptian regime for the past 35 years — they become lethal ammunition, offering political protection to perpetrators of murder, torture, brutality and rape.

I do not write you today to ask you to condemn the repressive policies of the current regime, or to ask you to urge President Mohamed Morsi to “cease” using excessive force and violence against Egyptians, even as your administration was so eager to achieve a ceasefire with Hamas to stop hostilities in Gaza. I write you not to ask for troops to protect political protesters in Egypt, or to suspend, freeze, or reduce military or economic aid to my country, or even to impose conditions on that aid. My request is quite modest: that spokespeople and officials in your administration stop commenting on developments in Egypt. This will no doubt spare your administration much time and effort, but more importantly, it may spare more bloodshed in Egypt, as the current regime will no longer enjoy the political cover that the US administration now offers them. Certainly, Egypt has seen enough bloodshed over the last two years, and Egyptians are tired of being punished for their uprising.

When in December I met Michael Posner, assistant secretary of state for human rights and that rare person in your administration who is motivated by human rights concerns, I asked that he pass on this modest request to administration spokespeople: that as long as they cannot speak the truth about what is happening in Egypt, they keep silent.

Mr President, only a few days ago Egyptians celebrated the second anniversary of their revolution. Meanwhile, the regime commemorated the occasion differently: by re-enacting the scenes of violence and brutality seen during the 18 days of the 2011 uprising, adding the new phenomenon of gang rapes. In one week, more than 60 people died in several governorates, and there were dozens of reported gang rapes and assaults. Hundreds of people were arrested and an unknown number abducted. One of them — 23-year-old Mohamed Al-Guindi — reappeared a few days later in a hospital, brutally tortured, and soon died.

Mr President, I fear that the gulf I spoke to you about three years ago is fast filling up with blood. In this context, further American statements supporting the current Egyptian regime will only lead to more Egyptians being beaten, raped, tortured, and killed. Please, ask officials with your administration to stop talking about Egypt for a while, at least until we can bury our dead, comfort their grieving families, treat the victims of rape and torture, find the disappeared, and read the wills of a new generation of young people who plan not for their weddings but for their funerals.

The writer is director of the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies.

http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/News/1328/21/Open-letter-to-President-Obama.aspx

COMMENT ON THIS BY 4INTERNATIONAL:

TOO LATE!
The task of leadership is to be right before and during the event and not after.

I have to say that small as we were out of all the political tendencies in the world no less only 4international, yes this tiny website, took up a correct position on all of these events.

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Our defence of all of these dictatorial type leaders AGAINST THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD was UNCONDITIONAL. It was based on the well known theory (once well known) that in no condition do you allow the Fascist parties and Leaders to take control of state power. Qaradawi, Morsi and such leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood are clearly Fascist, as indeed is Hamas and Fatah!