‘Possibly’ Extremist? Calling Jews ‘Pigs and Apes?’


Not sure where the UK’s lefty paper the Guardian stands on the Muslim Brotherhood, but they handily headed their report on Cameron’s latest display of craven quivering with a photo of that malignant Morsi, the MB Egyptian leader who infamously told his fans that Jews were descendants of pigs and apes.

‘Apes and Pigs’ Morsi Presides Over Hell! 

That wasn’t some obscure MB minion talking, but their heavy-hitter from whose fanatical grip Egyptians freed themselves, and they knew whose side Obama was on

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Smart Egyptians know their enemy

…so is Cameron’s latest waffle…“The main findings of the review support the conclusion that membership of, association with, or influence by the Muslim Brotherhood should be considered as a possible indicator of extremism.” … a result of coaching by his comrade in the White House?

A possible indicator?

The cur insults the intelligence of the British people, who, sure, maybe they haven’t all read much on the Muslim Brotherhood, but they DO understand that it exemplifies the worst kind of sectarian supranationalism.

ikhwanul-muslimin Muslim Brotherhood symbol

  • Cameron knows, for sure, all about the poisonous MB ideology which maintains that UK citizens who happen to be Muslim should somehow identify more, feel more solidarity with, Muslims abroad than with their own non-Muslim fellow-citizens.

That ideology is indistinguishable from treason, and it is quintessentially Muslim Brotherhood.  

Possible, Cameron?  

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Stop lying and ban the bad, dangerous, treacherous conspiracy.

But although he’s had the report on his desk since summer, he’s done nothing. Now he’s all mouth and trousers, as usual, saying maybe it’ll mean a ban…but that’s even weaker than the ‘cast-iron’ pledge he gave to ban Hizbut Tahrir – and that was years ago!

Hizbut Tahrir Non-Violent? Implement The Promised Ban

And HT, much the same as MB in its disloyalty to Queen and Country, remains at liberty to preach its evil across the British Isles.

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