NETANBAAL AND HIS FAKE DEMOCRACY:
DESPONDENCY IN THE STREETS OF TEL-AVIV
AT THE PROSPECT OF REAL DEMOCRACY IN EGYPT
There is fear and anxiety in the streets of Tel Aviv. It is fear at the prospect of real democracy in the Middle East. The so-called only democracy in the Middle East --the Fascist-Zionist democracy of Netanbaal and his Zionist scoundrels – is seized with fear and trembling on account of the massive revolution in the Tahrir Square, Cairo, and the streets of other major Egyptian cities. Our Zionists are the usual super hypocrites who, on one hand, pride themselves on being the only democracy in the Middle East – a phoney democracy, anyway -- yet are deeply shaken at the prospect of real democracy in Arab countries.
The massive uprising of the Egyptian people that we have been witnessing is uplifting, inspirational, heartening. It has reminded me of the French Revolution. Here the common, ordinary people of Egypt have at long last mustered courage to smash the iron gates of dictatorship, to defeat a corrupt and cruel regime, one that is similar – if not identical – to that of Saddam Hussein. We see people of different education levels, different cultural, political and religious persuasions risking life and limb for genuine democratic rule, for a just, stable and hopeful way of life. Hundreds were probably killed and thousands were probably injured in this phenomenal uprising.
Yet Netanbaal tells the world that “Egypt is not ready for democracy”, a statement that has been repeated by Mubarak’s VP of Egypt, Omar Suleiman.
The cosmetic changes that Hosni Mubarak has introduced do not fool anybody. As long as he is in power, as long as he is in place, no one in Egypt is safe. It is high time for him to flee. And, as one poster in the Tahrir Square, reads ‘Tel-Aviv is Waiting for You, Mubarak’ – and Tel-Aviv is indeed waiting for this modern, ruthless Pharaoh.
So much for our Netanbaal and his Zionists who pretend to be ‘Jewish’! This front is but a disguise for their colonial and apartheid policies and practices in Palestine and in Gaza. For real Jews never ever defend dictators and cut-throats – never, under any pretext. The peace with Egypt is not a real peace, for it has simply perpetuated the rule of this man and his cruel regime. A democratic government in Egypt, the voice of free Egyptians, will decide what to do with this phoney peace.
Real peace in the Middle East will be promoted when Zionist Philistines, now occupying the Holy Land, return to their homelands in Russia, Poland, and Germany. There they can speak Russian and German -- the languages of Stalin and Hitler. They have nothing to do with the Semitic Near East; nothing to do with its Biblical history and culture.
(Written 9th February, 2011)
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