“Erdogan and Morsi will go only when the US and Israel have no more use for them.”
Earlier this year, a video showing Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi making ugly anti-Semitic comments surfaced and was immediately condemned by the White House.
“We believe that President Morsi should make clear that he respects people of all faiths and that this type of rhetoric is unacceptable in a democratic Egypt,” said White House spokesman Jay Carney.
The United States governments pretends to “respect people of all faiths,” but where was its condemnation of the recent killing of Shiites in Egypt? Why has the White House not said anything about the kidnapping and targeting of Christians and Shiites in Syria by the Free (Unfree) Syrian (Foreign) Army (Terrorist Groups)?
It seems that the White House only raises its voice in defense of religious minorities in the Middle East when the victims of persecution and attacks are Jews, not Christians or Shiites.
The evil U.S. political establishment is waging an all-out war against people of real faith and spirituality around the world, and most of all inside America.
Two weeks ago, Senator Rand Paul said in a speech that there is a worldwide war on Christianity. His words: “There is a war on Christianity. Not just from liberal elites here at home, but worldwide. And your government, or more correctly, you, the taxpayer, are funding it. You are being taxed to send money to countries that are not only intolerant of Christians, but openly hostile. Christians are imprisoned and threatened with death for their beliefs.”
The only states, countries, and leaders who are still allies of Washington in its false and evil “global war on terror” are those without a moral conscience.
USrahelli puppets like Turkey’s Erdoğan and Egypt’s Morsi, who rule under a veneer of Islamism, have used the resources of their states to try to split Muslims along sectarian lines for the benefit of their hateful masters. USrahell desperately wants a region-wide Sunni-Shiite conflict, and their two puppets in the two predominant Sunni states are complying with this immoral demand by shielding Jihadist terrorists and spreading their sectarian venom.
But there is great social and psychological resistance within both Egypt and Turkey against the policies of their sectarian-minded leaders. Former Egyptian soccer player Ahmed Shobair described the fanatical Salafist killers of innocent Shiites in Egypt by saying, “You have nothing to do with Islam, you are nothing but murderers.”
Morsi officially condemned the attack in a statement, but critics in Egypt have said that he and his party bear some responsibility. They say that Morsi has failed to respect all factions of the country.
Mohamed ElBaradei, former Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, attributed the sectarian attack to “sickening ‘religious’ discourse that was left to swell up.”
The United States and Israhell would be happy if Sunnis and Shiites look away from their crimes against humanity and kill each other for no reason in Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, and across the region.
USrahell wants everyone fighting with each other instead of living in peace because it is the army of death and destruction. It only knows how to spread hatred and terrorism. Peace, stability, kindness, and love are not in USrahell’s vocabulary.