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THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD’S INFLUENCE IN EGYPT IS GROWING

July 30, 2011 By Joseph P. Farrell

Yesterday in my News and Views from the Nefarium I spoke about the growing influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in post-Mubarek Egypt, and how it appears that this radical Islamist group is poised to gain significant influence, if not control, over Egypt's parliament:

Egypt\'s Simmering Rage

As I mentioned, the Muslim Brotherhood took its beginning when the banksters in London and New York decided in the 1920s to back the Ikhwan al Muslimeen, the Muslim Brotherhood or, as we also call them, the Wahhabists, who, using a radicalized version of Islam, waged war and installed the House of Saud, who then tossed the Muslim Brotherhood out of the country. From Saudi Arabia, most of this group emigrated to Egypt, joining the Egyptian version created by Hassan Al Banna. During the Second World War, this group, according to researcher John Loftus, "became a fully integrated arm of the German intelligence and propaganda networks during WWII." (John Loftus, America's Nazi Secret, p. 14).  Indeed, as I have pointed out in The Nazi International, the ties didn't end when the war did, for this group was the circle in which the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Al Husseini - himself a staunch supporter of the Nazis and who even helped to raise Muslim Waffen SS troops to fight in Russia - moved, as well as his cousin, Yasser Arafat. It was also this group that maintained contact with the SS officers sent to "train" Egyptian intelligence after the overthrow of King Farouk, ostensibly at the behest of the CIA.It was this group of Nazis that translated the notorious Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion into Arabic, a translation used to this day in radical Islamist cells.

Gamel Abdul Nasser threw this group out of Egypt, but they were welcomed back into Saudi Arabia, where they were used as school teachers! Notes Loftus "It was a perfect storm of Nazi racism and Wahhabbi bigotry." (Loftus, op. cit., p. 15. For a review of this history, see pp. 13-15 of Loftus' book). All this took place, of course, in the wake of the establishment of the Zionist state of Israel in 1948.

We could, of course, view the growing influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in post-Mubarek Egypt as being the result of the hidden manipulations of one of the two power-brokering groups lurking in its history, i.e., the banksters of London and New York, and/or the post-war Fascist/Nazi International.  But I think this goes much deeper. We are looking, in my opinion, at the setting up of the three great Yahwisms - the three so-called "great monotheisms" that all, to some extent, base their religious patrimony on the character of the God of the Old Testament - to take a fall. We are looking, in other words, at yet another step being put into place for what I call "The Acopalypse Theater."  The question is, to what end, and who is really behind it? That, I'm afraid, must await its own time and place, and its own book, to answer.

In the short term, however, this "revolution" that we see going on in the Middle East was not, in my opinion, ever entirely spontaneous. It had too much of the air of coordination about it, and for all their might and money, I don't think the Banksters are entirely happy with what is going on, at least, not in the short term. The empire is unraveling, and there is factional infighting within the corridors of New World Order globalism. The radical Islamists are merely das Kanonenfutter...