November 03, 2016

SPLC: How much of leftist “Hate Watch” group’s $300M comes from Muslim Brotherhood, Saudis?

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Last night's guest, human rights attorney Jennifer Breedon of the Clarion Project, came on to talk about the controversial Southern Poverty Law Center. She explains that they started out fighting on behalf of the Civil Rights Movement, but have turned their attention to exposing "far right" "domestic terror groups" and perpetrators of "hate speech."

Breedon says that, unusually for a non-profit organization, the SPLC has a massive war chest of $300 million.

Where did that huge endowment come from, and why did the group suddenly become so focussed on denouncing "Islamophobes," many of whom are respected, law abiding individuals like Aayan Hirsi Ali and Daniel Pipes?

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commented 2016-11-03 16:56:36 -0400
America’s “Arab Spring”
by Nonie Darwish • November 3, 2016 at 5:30 am
President Obama appears to have been told that if all these secular dictators could be brought down, a magnificent Arab Spring would blossom. This was, it seems, precisely the goal of the Muslim Brotherhood: to get America’s help to topple the dictatorships — then mostly military and secular — but then to replace them with themselves, Islamists.

Today, ordinary Egyptians link the ascendancy of the Muslim Brotherhood directly to the Obama administration. Cairo was about to become the capital of the new Islamic Caliphate if Egyptians had not, after a year, come out in the millions to stop it.

The Obama administration did not appear happy with the counter-revolution, and the rise to power of Egypt’s current president, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, and began doing everything it could to thwart it.

Egypt was back to square one: a military dictatorship that it had once convinced the West was the cause of its oppression.

America’s “Arab Spring” adventure — to topple secular dictators to bring about democracies — did not exactly work as planned. Bringing freedom and democracy to the Middle East failed miserably, but the tyranny of the Caliphate, which had been the goal of the Muslim Brotherhood in the first place, was building. After Egypt took down the Muslim Brotherhood, the goal of establishing the Islamic Caliphate in Egypt simply moved to Syria, the only Arab nation where a secular Muslim leader had survived the Arab Spring.
commented 2016-11-03 11:47:00 -0400
“Hate watch” should look in a mirror if they want to see hate.
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