Beck: Exposing Evil: History of The Muslim Brotherhood

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5 thoughts on “Beck: Exposing Evil: History of The Muslim Brotherhood

  1. I find it interesting just how many Americans are so ignorant of the origins and relations of the Muslum Brotherhood and the links to the WW2 era (pre and during) German NAZI party – look it up for yourself and see the connections; I have posted many times on a range of sights about this…and almost always been taken down or declared a hoaxer or trouble maker.

  2. This does not surprise me. In the 50s and 60s several groups were trying their best to awaken the American people of dangerous groups but were smeared.

  3. The propaganda they have used has been so sinister that many good people have taken it as truth. Very sad indeed!

  4. Excellent Beck. Thus Beck is invariably attacked ad homimen logical fallacy, as leftist’s and their natural jihadist bedfellows cannot argue on empirical facts. Ever.

    Andrew Bostom has just written at Americanthinker about the 2,000 major Nazi’s who escaped after WW2 to Egypt. Most converted comfortably to Islam and then gee, TRAINED ‘Palestinian’ terrorists. Hitler read and was enamoured with jihad since 1926 and met with Muslim Brotherhood freaks. Hitler then hosted for years, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, who then helped design the Holocaust and Auschwitz et al, as well as raising two Muslim SS Divisions, setting the stage for the Balkans of today, etc, etc.

    No, really. Colonel Neville.

  5. Beck got the common Crusades meme kinda wrong. Read Robert Spencer on this. The Crusades came after 200 years of uber aggressive Muslim jihadist expansion, enslavement, rape, perversion, destruction and mass murder destroyed entire states, cities and civilisations. While a tactical failure, the Crusades gave Europe etc, TIME to develop and later defeat further Muslim invasion at several key battles, thus allowing the amazingly still free Western Canon that we have today.

    No, really. Colonel Neville.

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