4international salutes Muammar Gadhafi!
It is pretty much the case that war alone on 4international came out from the very beginning and called for the victory to Muammar Gadhafi. This did not imply political programmatic agreement. Just that Gadhafi was fighting the alliance of Imperialism with Islam Imperialism.
Now the murder of the Generals shows that Al Qaida does control the “rebels”. Argument over!
We were absolutely right. We alone were absolutely right.
Switch the scene to Egypt.
Listen to this yesterday from the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt AS THE LARGEST DEMO FILLED CAIRO YESTERDAY
The Muslim Brotherhood – Egypt’s best organized political force – and the former terrorist organization Gamaa Islamiya along with disparate Salafist bodies argue that only God’s word is greater than a constitution and that only a parliament chosen by free election can set the terms for a constitution.
That was the essence of the massive demo yesterday.
The BBC which was and is slavish in support of the ousting of Mubarak yesterday stated from the reporter on the spot that in a new election he reckoned the MB would win 25 to 28 per cent. Why just 28, why not 30, 35…which is heading towards power in government
But the modern leftist fascists who plague us say in response (they always have a response) it will not be like the Islam in Iran, it will be more like the Islam in Turkey!!!
In the following report the issue of the Coptic Christians comes up yet again. Read it.
In the largest crowd to fill the square since the popular uprising that ousted President Hosni Mubarak in February, Salafis chanted for the implementation of strict Islamic law — spurring accusations that they violated an agreement to keep the rally free from divisive issues.
They have come in a show of force to demand that the country’s caretaker authority, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, cease its plans to present a set of principles that will form a framework for a new constitution.
Islamist group’s such as the Muslim Brotherhood – Egypt’s best organized political force – and the former terrorist organization Gamaa Islamiya along with disparate Salafist bodies argue that only God’s word is greater than a constitution and that only a parliament chosen by free election can set the terms for a constitution. These groups stayed away from recent demonstrations that sought to keep up pressure on the military council that took power after former president Hosni Mubarak’s fall, leading to smaller crowds.
The groups believe that they will poll enough support to dominate such a parliament and thereby set the terms. They fear that a kind of bill of rights could close off the possibility of a state run by Islamic laws.