The Muslim Brotherhood’s Crooked Condemnation Statement—Rebutted

Two days ago two U.S. consulates, one of which was embassy in Egypt, were stormed by Muslim terrorists and the end results were four Americans killed in Libya, including a U.S. ambassador (Christopher Stevens), and the walls scaled and the American flag torn down and replaced with the terrorist’s flag.  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President Obama came out with statements of condemnation, promising repercussions, even though their words were so empty and limp-wristed that today we have two more consulates, one in Germany and another in Yemen, under attack all over again.  That’s just how serious the terrorists take our panty waste government official’s threat, probably because the terrorists know just whose side the Clintons and Obamas are really on, and it is not America’s.

In light of all the pretentious words of our elected officials, the Muslims themselves were feigning remorse over what took place as well.  The Muslim Brotherhood, that veritable voice Islamic expansion throughout the globe via stealth and cunning, ushered its “condemnation.”  But, after reading through it, one gets the impression that it was not condemnation after at all.  It was a letter of justification, if not a warning to the United States.  In fact, it is just another reason that since Egypt, the home of the MB, declared war on the United States by storming its embassy, and then sending out this warning letter, that it is time that the U.S. responds to the invasion and challenge in kind, lest it soon find itself enslaved to an ideology that is completely contrary to what the Founding Fathers fought and die to procure for themselves and their progeny.  The following is a point-by-point rebuttal of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Crooked Condemnation Statement, as it highlights just how disingenuous and threatening it really was.  The MB’s statement had been bolded for clarity.

One and a half billion Muslims are subjected to humiliation and abuse in the person of their leader, Mohammed, the Messenger of God, the Prophet of Islam, of mercy and good tidings for the whole world.

This is not the way to begin a condemnation statement by essentially saying that the Muslims are humiliated by Muhammad.  Nevertheless, given the psychopathic and schizophrenic nature of the person of Muhammad, maybe the Muslim Brotherhood member who wrote this was on to something and didn’t even realize it.

With the message of God, Islam, Prophet Mohammed pulled peoples out of the abyss of backwardness and barbarism to the heights of sophistication and honorable humanity.

Yeah, sophistication and honorableness are the very two things I was thinking about when seeing all the pictures and hearing all the hooting and howling like wild banshees, as Muhammad’s minions were dragging Christopher Stevens’ body through the streets of Benghazi and tearing down the American flag and shredding it to pieces.  Maybe they got their sophisticated and honorable example from Muhammad himself when he personally beheaded between 600 and 900 Jews for vengeance sake or raided all those caravans which led to the enslavement of some and the murder of others.

He lit the pathways of progress and human thought for all mankind, with pure faith in the one God, belief in all Messengers without distinction or discrimination, full respect and reverence for all Prophets.

Why sure he did.  That’s why everytime the person of Jesus is brought up in a discussion with a militant Muslim, like those in the Brotherhood, that Jesus is denigrated to the level of being nothing more than another human being.  And when it is pointed out in multiple biblical citations that Jesus was God incarnate, as God’s Son, then the Muslim’s demonstrate further “respect and reverence” for the Bible by denigrating it as well.

The Messenger of God gave the world Islam, which guarantees all people freedoms of belief and worship as well as respect and protection for places of worship, freedom of opinion and expression, human equality and public justice, dignity and solidarity and cooperation among all human beings.

I’m so glad that the Muslims are willing to concede that Muhammad was behind the idea of Islam and not God himself.  Nevertheless, if what the MB is saying is true, then why are there no Christian churches in Saudi Arabia?  In fact, there are not Christians at all there.  Moreover, why is the construction of new church buildings not even allowed in countries where the Muslims forcefully take over?  Why cannot a non-Muslim even visit Mecca?  Why must women in Islamic dominated societies have their persons hidden behind burqas and veils?  Why cannot a cartoon be drawn, book written, or movie made without the Muslims going berserk in bloodthirsty outrage, if there is all this freedom, equality, and cooperation out there under Islamic rule?  Could it be that the MB engaging in deception, which Muslims are proud of when attempting to hoodwink the infidel into submission?

He gave us Islam, which recognized human rights even before anyone in the whole world knew what human rights were.  Islam even recognized the sanctity of a human’s blood, honor and money, which must not be violated.

The first statement is nonsensical for it implies that Islam is a person, when it is nothing more than a religio-politico system.  Systems do not recognize anything apart from personal influence.  The second statement is nonsensical and hypocritical.  Again, Islam is a system, not a person.  Nevertheless, if Muslims truly recognized the sanctity of human blood, then why have they gone out of their way the past 14 centuries to spill it in the name of Allah, whenever they found the opportunity to do so?  Where was the honor in indiscriminately killing nearly 3,000 people on 9-1-1 or the murder of Christopher Stevens and his aids two days ago?  And why did the beloved Muhammad sanction the raiding and plundering of innumerable caravans in his day to finance his newfound monarchy in Medina?  And just what have the Muslims done, except cheer on the carnage, when the blood, honor, and money have been “violated”?

The repeated abuse of the Messenger of God indicate the presence of hatred and bigotry in those who stand behind it, with ignorance, connivance and indulgence in those who permit such persistent abuse.

In other words, the MB is not as tolerant as was let on above.  Thanks for admitting something many of us already knew.  And if telling the truth about Muhammad’s proclivity for women, including little girls, his justification of murder when it furthered his goals, and the sanctioning of lying and deceit when it was convenient, is considered hateful and bigoted, then just what is it when those wishing to cover up that truth make condemnatory statements about those making the exposure?  Could it be that those throwing around the accusations, like the MB, are simply displaying a reflection of that which is in their own characters?

Thus hurting the feelings of one and a half billion Muslims cannot be tolerated, and the people’s anger and fury for their Faith is invariably predictable, often unstoppable.

Ah, yes, there is nothing worse than having one’s feelings hurt.  In fact, it is so intolerable and egregious that murder, mayhem, and a “Vengeance is mine, saith the Muslim, I will repay” attitude are all justifiable.  Who cares what the truth really is?  What matters are those move-the-goal-post personal feelings.  Perhaps the MB ought to be thankful that Americans tend to have a bit more control over their feelings than apparently do the Muslims.  Otherwise the home of the MB would be inhabitable today because of all the nuclear radiation, along with millions of its members vaporized in the process.

We denounce abuse of all Messengers of God, Prophets and Apostles, and condemn this heinous crime.  We further call for criminalization of assaults on the sanctities of all heavenly religions.

Thanks, once again, for demonstrating the MB’s total hypocrisy.  On the one had it wishes to extoll the furtherance of “freedom of opinion and expression,” only to turn right around and bridle that very liberty by asserting that making movies, writing books, or drawing cartoons is “criminal.”  Again, it’s okay to demean Jesus, in the Muslim way of thinking, but when it comes to polygamous pedophile Muhammad, well, that’s a totally different story.  It is glaring double standard proffered by a double-minded people.

Otherwise, such acts will continue to cause devout Muslims across the world to suspect and even loathe the West, especially the USA, for allowing their citizens to violate the sanctity of what they hold dear and holy.  Hence, we demand that all those involved in such crimes be urgently brought to trial.

The veiled threat and bully tactics, accompanied by another round of overt hypocrisy, are duly noted.  Again, if the truth hurts the Muslim “feelings” that badly, then maybe what the Muslims ought to start doing is re-examining just what the real cause is for their emotional distress.  And making demands to cover up the truth by unjustly silencing those proclaiming it, in some court ruled over by judges enforcing Sharia, will do nothing to alleviate the personal pain.

Certainly, such attacks against sanctities do not fall under the freedom of opinion or thought.  They are crimes and assaults against Muslim sanctities, and must not be tolerated by the countries where they are produced or launched, since they are also detrimental to the interests of those countries in dealings with the peoples of the Muslim world.

Since when is telling the truth about Muhammad to be judged as an “attack”?  Moreover, since when does the MB determine what is and is not allowed when it comes to opinion and thought?  Just who does the MB think that it is?  Finally, another veiled threat is not in the interest of the Muslims who keep making them.  And if the U.S. ever gets a President with some cajones, they just might find that out in short order.

The West has passed and imposed laws that punish those who deny or express dissident views on the Holocaust or question the number of Jews killed by Hitler, a topic which is purely historical, not a sacred doctrine.

Excuse me, but the anti-Semitism of the MB is now beginning to shine forth.  Nevertheless, what European Union laws have to do with threatening the United States in the form of this phony condemnation statement is tantamount to a straw man argument.  So, if the MB wants to rail on the Holocaust, whether it happened or not, or whether six million or zero Jews were exterminated by Hitler, that is up to them.  Take it up with the EU.  Just remember, anti-Semitism only further exposes just what is so vastly wrong with the whole MB movement and Islamic worldview.

The peoples and governments of the Muslim world have every right to condemn, with all peaceful and legal means, this new violation and heinous attack, and to take appropriate action to deter repeats of such acts of barbaric aggression.

So, the Muslims have the right to express themselves, but anyone who dares to express themselves to the contrary don’t have the same right?  And to assert that making a movie about Muhammad—a poor one at that—is an “act of barbaric aggression” makes one wonder if those in the MB are not a few fries short of a Happy Meal.

While we reject and condemn the bloodshed and violent response to that abuse and the incredible tolerance certain countries show towards it, we cannot ignore the fact that these countries never made a move regarding the abuse until after the strong reaction seen across the Muslim world.

So, the MB is the puppet master and the Muslim world is the puppets.  Thanks for clearing that up.  Now we know who is culpable for all the crimes against humanity and will be looking forward to all members of the Brotherhood to turns themselves over for immediate execution.  After all, the MB does “recognize the sanctity of a human’s blood…which must not be violated,” correct?  What better way to vindicate all the human loss at the hands of the thugs in the MB than for them to have their own blood spilled?

We believe those countries should take appropriate actions and lay out clear and proper procedures to deal with such crimes, especially since preparations for this abuse took place plainly, right under the noses of authorities in those countries – over several months.  Prevention is always better than cure.

Once again, if the MB will simply turn itself over to U.S. officials, I’m sure arrangements can be made where the executions can start immediately.  It may be the most honorable thing Ikhwan members have done since Hassan al-Banni founded it in 1928.

Finally, we call upon all Muslims to uphold and apply Quranic principles and emulate the Messenger of Allah.  That is the most effective way to honor him – by setting a good example, particularly because this abuse comes at a time when peoples are trying to communicate with mutual respect.

You mean, like the following Koranic principle as a good example of what to expect from those who are real Muslims trying to communicate their faith with mutual respect:

“Fight against those who believe not in Allah, nor in the Last Day, nor forbid that which has been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad), and those who acknowledge not the religion of truth (i.e. Islam) among the people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians), until they pay the Jizyah with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued” (Sura 9:29)?

For some reason, from the preceding MB “condemnation” and reading of Sura 9:29, I don’t sense a whole lot of goodness, communication, or respect toward non-Muslims going on.  I sense a blatant disregard for anyone who would dare challenge the Islamic deception.

Those who insult the sanctities wish to poison budding relations between the peoples, to disrupt the efforts to build bridges between civilizations, and to sow discord between the peoples.

Let’s see, the MB has made multiple veiled threats throughout this statement against the U.S. and the west, engaged in contradictory doublespeak, admitted to be being behind the murderous actions of its members, and then pointed Muslims to the Koran as a document to be followed, even though it is replete with one vicious, damning statement after another that the Muslims are to emulate as a “good example” to those naïve enough to even want to talk to them.  Yet, the MB is concerned about insults, poison, and sowing “discord between the peoples”?  Again, what was I saying about being a few fries short of a Happy Meal?

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  1. AMERICAN PATRIOTS’ MOVEMENT OF AMERICA
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    Americans will not give up one word in the First & Second Amendments and we will continue to exercise those rights to the fullest of our personal abilities to do so.

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    All Americans who don’t have their heads in the sand must join together in supporting our War against Islam which Islam started against America on September 11, 2001.

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