Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Liberals have has spent a great deal of time praising this January's Egyptian revolution, which deposed President Hosni Mubarak and transformed the Middle East into an arena of turmoil. Even as the mainstream media exalted the "moderates" and "democrats" in Tahrir Square, we learned about the brutal gang-rape of CBS correspondent Lara Logan. Witnesses to the crime asserted that the mob of rapists accused Logan of being a "Yehud" and an "Israeli spy."

(SIDE NOTE: In an interview with the New York Times, Lara Logan refused to mention the blatant anti-Semitism of her attackers and instead chose to turn the incident into a diatribe against all men and a sob story about the oppression of all women. Ms. Logan didn't mention how Muslim women are forced to put on burqas and cover themselves from head to toe lest they "seduce" men into raping them, in which case they would be stoned as punishment for their impurity and the men would go free.

In light of these glaring omissions, I feel not a drop of pity for Lara Logan: she is nothing more than a female chauvinist who distorts the truth in order to promote her sexist agenda, while leaving out crucial details like the nefarious cry of "Yehud.")

The latest events in Egypt have convinced me that the protestors of Tahrir Square yearned not for democracy, but for freedom - the freedom to do as they pleased, the freedom to rape, steal, and murder.

- On April 28, the New York Times reported that Egypt was reaching out to Iran and HAMAS.

- The reconciliation pact between Fatah and HAMAS was signed in Cairo, of all places.

- And, today, the Jerusalem Post reported that Egyptian activists were forming a Nazi party.
Let me say that again for those of you who are suffering from Denial Syndrome: the Egyptians are forming a Nazi party.

Less than a century after the Nazis murdered six million Jews in cold blood,  the Egyptians are forming a political party in their honor.