Monday, January 28, 2013

Admonishing A Terrorist, Like Spitting in the Wind

By Audrey Russo / 26 January 2013 / 4 Comments
“Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the former.” -Albert Einstein
I love naive people … they approach the world in such a childlike manner. The only problem occurs when they are in a position of authority…and we, and our friends, receive the consequences of their actions.
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said in 2010: “No reasonable person can expect progress on this track. Either (you accept) the Zionists and everything they want, or else there is war. This is what the occupiers of the land of Palestine know, these blood suckers who attack the Palestinians, these warmongers, these descendants of apes and pigs.”
…….…Egyptian authorities subsequently issued two statements, the first of which said the comments were taken out of context, (Editor’s Note:  I love it when they say this but don’t explain what context it should be taken in) but stressed Morsi’s commitment to full respect for religions and freedom of belief and worship…{and} the Egyptian government rejects “all forms of discrimination and incitement to violence or hostility on the basis of religion…State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland told reporters: “That statement was an important first step to…..a democratic Egypt.” ….. Your naiveté may be quaint to your colleagues, but it is highly pernicious to the US and our only Middle Eastern ally, Israel. Diplomatically admonishing a Muslim terrorist is like spitting in the wind … and your faces have unequivocally been drenched.    To Read More……

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