Man We SUCK. At least according to a couple of interviews in Al-Jazeera we Americans are not really nice. Ruled by the Jews and the Freemasons we drink blood (I guess thats where we get the blood to make matzoh) , we planned and executed the Darfur tragedy and we created medical vaccinations to harm Muslim Children.
You have to read these interviews to believe them. And throughout it all– you are waiting for the interviewer to stand up and say, What are Your Freeking Kidding? But nothing. Once in a while there is a question like how do you know this is true? And when he gets really outlandish evidence, the interviewers eat up their bull stories lock stock and barrel.
I wonder if Sir David Frost and Dave Marash are the least bit embarrassed, probably not–I certainly would be. These two legends of TV news have cast a shadow upon their once storied careers. Each of them are each working for Al-Jazeera English associating with a network that sells this BS to the world.
Al-Jazeera Interviews – Muslim Brotherhood Leader in Sudan: The U.S. is Behind All Tragedies in Darfur; Sudanese Minister for Humanitarian Affairs: U.S. Civilization Feeds on Human Blood The following are two clips from Al-Jazeera TV dealing with Darfur. The first clip is an interview with the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood in Sudan, Sheikh Sadeq Abdallah, which aired on July 28, 2007, and the second is an interview with Sudanese Minister of State for Humanitarian Affairs Ahmad Haroun, which aired on August 3, 2007. For the MEMRI TV web page on Darfur, visit:http://www.memritv.org/subject/en/373.htm To view the first clip, visit:http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/1522.htm. To view the second clip, visit: http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/1530.htm. *Muslim Brotherhood Leader in Sudan Sheikh Sadeq Abdallah bin Al-Majed Prohibits Vaccination of Children, Calls Darfur Crisis a Conspiracy by Jews and Freemasons “The West, and the Americans in Particular, Have Been Planning [Darfur] For Years” Interviewer: “We are visiting you at a time when events in Darfur are casting a shadow on Sudan. I would like to ask you for your opinion about what is happening, and who is responsible for it.” […] Sheikh Sadeq Abdallah bin Al-Majed: “The West, and the Americans in particular, have been planning this for years.” Interviewer: “The West or the Americans?” Sheikh Sadeq Abdallah bin Al-Majed: “The Americans in particular. The reason is that they studied this region extensively – the Darfur region in particular – and realized that it is full of treasures, the likes of which have never been found elsewhere in Sudan.” Interviewer: “So in your opinion, the Americans are behind what is happening in Darfur?” Sheikh Sadeq Abdallah bin Al-Majed: “Yes. They are behind all the tragedies that are taking place in Darfur.” “I Would Not Accept [A Christian As Ruler of Sudan]” Interviewer: “Would you accept a Christian as the ruler of Sudan, now that peace accords have been signed here?” Sheikh Sadeq Abdallah bin Al-Majed: “I would not accept this.” Interviewer: “Even if he is elected by the people?” Sheikh Sadeq Abdallah bin Al-Majed: “If he is elected by the people, and this becomes a reality, then that’s it – this will be the reality. But if you ask for my opinion – no.” Interviewer: “Why not? What is the reason for this?” Sheikh Sadeq Abdallah bin Al-Majed: “Islam does not permit a non-Muslim to rule over Muslims.” Vaccinations Are Freemason and Jewish Conspiracy Interviewer: “You issued a fatwa prohibiting the vaccination of children, claiming it is a conspiracy of the Jews and Freemasons. Is this true?” Sheikh Sadeq Abdallah bin Al-Majed: “This is 100% true.” Interviewer: “How come?” Sheikh Sadeq Abdallah bin Al-Majed: “I followed this issue in several shocking articles, which failed to shock anyone in the government.” Interviewer: “But where did you get the information about a conspiracy?” “[By Banning Vaccinations,] Thousands Of Children Were Saved from the Claws of the Jewish Movement, which is Represented by the [Freemasons]” Sheikh Sadeq Abdallah bin Al-Majed: “I am following this issue, along with two or three brothers. We are following this issue globally through the Internet, through several media outlets, and through the ministry that carries out this procedure, which I consider to be a crime against the children.” Interviewer: “But how come? After all, there is medical supervision…” Sheikh Sadeq Abdallah bin Al-Majed: “No, brother. They only claim that there is medical supervision. I wrote and challenged the Health Ministry to meet with me for a dialogue, in which I would provide the proof, and they would have to prove me wrong. But they refused. Allah be praised, the fact that I followed this issue bore fruit, and thousands of children were saved from the claws of the Jewish movement, which is represented by the whatchamacallit…” Interviewer: “The Freemasons?” Sheikh Sadeq Abdallah bin Al-Majed: “…The Freemason movement, which is behind this. If the Jews could find a way to annihilate the people throughout the world, and ultimately have the rule to themselves – they would do it.” *Ahmad Haroun, Sudanese Minister of State for Humanitarian Affairs Who Is Wanted for War Crimes: U.S. Civilization Feeds on Human Blood “The [Sudanese] Government Went to Darfur to Contain An Illegal Rebellion” Interviewer: “According to the allegations of the International Criminal Court, in 2003 and 2004, you, Ahmad Haroun, personally ordered and orchestrated acts of killing, plundering, and gang rape, as well as deportation of civilians from the villages of Kutum, Bendisi, Mugjar, and Rawila, even though the rebels were not in these villages, according to the allegations. How do you respond to these allegations?” Ahmad Haroun: “It is well known that the war in Darfur was ignited by the rebels – whether the Sudan Liberation Movement or the Justice and Equality Movement, or those who split from them later, under the pretext of political demands which they deem justified. Be this as it may, it cannot serve them as a justification to use weapons against the state or its citizens. “The government went to Darfur in order to contain an illegal rebellion against the rule of the state. This rebellion primarily targeted the civilians and their interests, as well as governmental institutions. We were on the defense. Those villages you mentioned were under government control. The government institutions did what was required of them in order to provide services to the citizens. But the rebels attacked these villages several times, killing civilians and policemen. “We Went There To Protect the Citizens of Darfur” “Our forces confronted them, in operations to maintain domestic security, in accordance with the law. No government would open fire on itself. We have no personal or organized vendetta against the citizens of Darfur. On the contrary, we went there in order to protect the citizens of Darfur. Therefore, these allegations are groundless. These are attempts to legitimize these illegal acts. “What Makes One Group Terrorists and the Other Group Rebels[?]” “In America, if any citizen were to use a weapon against the state for any reason, they would call him a terrorist. Forget about America. If they even think that someone in Somalia is a possible threat to American national security, America sends over its ships, its fleets, and its soldiers in order to fight that possible enemy, under the pretext of the ‘war on terror.’ “What makes one group terrorists and the other group rebels, to whom the international community gives the legitimacy to rebel against their government? It is simple – they are driven by the West, and primarily by the U.S., in order to topple the regime in Sudan. ” […] “When I was Minister of State at the Ministry of the Interior, I carried out a humanitarian mission – protecting the lives of our citizens [in Darfur]. The period of the military operations there came to an end. My humanitarian mission now is to provide the humanitarian needs of the people of Darfur. In both cases, I carry out a humanitarian mission, the ultimate goal of which is to protect lives and to provide the needs.” […] “Iraq witnesses the killing of hundreds on a daily basis, as part of the [American] war for oil alone. How do they justify their presence in Afghanistan, where dozens, if not hundreds, die every day? How does one explain the continuous plundering of the people of Somalia, where dozens of people are killed every day? These people are thousand of kilometers away from America. [Bush] seeks the interest of America, its artery of life – the oil. That is the secret that makes him interfere now in Sudan. In the Congo, on our south-western border, about three million were killed, according to U.N. documents. In Sudan, their own figures, not ours, refer to 200,000. Which is the greater humanitarian tragedy – the one in the Congo, in Iraq, in Afghanistan, or in Sudan? “Nobody Talks About What is Going On in the Congo, Because It Cannot Be Presented as a War Between Arabs And Africans” “Nobody talks about what is going on in the Congo, because it cannot be presented as a war between Arabs and Africans. This is the phobia and hysteria that has afflicted America and the Western regimes. They must have an enemy to fight, after the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s. They have set the Arabs, of the Muslims, as the target, and have begun to operate accordingly. The humanitarian tragedy lies in other countries, and it is caused by America. The humanitarian tragedy is not here, in Sudan. Who supplied weapons to the rebels? Who financed their activities and supplies them with weapons? The president of the republic declared in his recent press conference that it is the U.S., through Roger Winter and others. They are the ones who ignite conflicts and then try to profit from them. This civilization feeds on blood – human blood, I’m sad to say.” […] “The Day Will Come When America Will be Held Accountable for its Crime Against the Peoples, Including the Sudanese People” “I am not a criminal. The criminal is Bush, who sends his planes and other capabilities to attack other peoples and their resources, so his civilization can live off human blood. We are defending our homeland. We were only defending our right to exist. Therefore, they are the ones who deserve to be punished. This will happen one day. The day will come when America will he held accountable for its crime against the peoples, including the Sudanese people.”