The Promotion of Racism in the Middle East
Yesterday, President Talibani visited the US. Unlike those murderous thugs that the Left praise as "freedom fighters;" this man is a true freedom fighter. Jalal Talabani fought for his oppressed people freedom since he was a teenager, often as an underdog against one of most brutal tyrant in the Middle East. But have you ever hear the Left refer to Talabani as a freedom fighter? No way. To them, his relationship to the US renders him illegible for the title. But somehow, Baathists thugs in Fallujah are "freedom fighters."
What Talabani said yesterday was not as important as what he said last week on September 4th. According to the article by the New York Times:
In an unusual public rebuke, President Jalal Talabani angrily criticized other Arab states on Monday, saying they had insulted Iraq by not sending diplomats to Baghdad and had not sent condolence letters about the stampede last week in which almost 1,000 Shiite pilgrims were killed.Speaking at a news conference, Mr. Talabani, a Kurd, amplified complaints by other Iraqi leaders about the Arab states' failure to recognize the stampede, which caused the highest one-day death toll since the American-led invasion. The complaints, aimed at mostly Sunni leaders, hinted at a sectarian bias against Iraq, where Shiites are about 60 percent of the population.......Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, a Shiite, hinted at similar criticism on Monday when asked about the emir of Qatar, Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, who donated $100 million to the American victims of Hurricane Katrina but nothing to the victims of the stampede. "I'm not condemning what he did, but he should think of Iraq," Mr. Jaafari said.
The comments by Mr. Talabani and Mr. Jaafari came at a time of heightened tension with other Arab nations. Last week Amr Moussa, the secretary general of the Arab League, issued a public criticism of Iraq's new constitution - largely written by Shiites and Kurds - in which he echoed the criticisms by some Sunni Arabs in Iraq.Some Iraqi leaders asked why Mr. Moussa was willing to denounce the new draft constitution now, after the Arab League had been notably silent about Iraq's lack of a constitution under Saddam Hussein.
Of course neither President Talabani and Prime Minister Jaafari should be surprised at the treatment they get from their fellow Muslims and Arabs. The Arab League was quiet when Saddam gased the Kurds and they said nothing when Saddam masacred 200,000 Shiites. Here in this blog, I will say what no biased Western media will say. The Arab League are a bunch of racist and bigots, and our own Media and the Left are complicit in their racism and bigotry. Pan-Arab Nationalism is by nature racist and facist. It includes only Sunni Arab, excluding all other. Kurds are not Arab, hence their lives and death mean little. And if they are massacred by Saddam Hussein, a Sunni Arab, it is for the better. Iraqi Shiite maybe Arabs, but they are heretics, and their loyalty to the greater Arab world is always in doubt.
In fact Shiites are automatically suspected of treason, that they are controlled by Iran, incapable of independence. Every action they take is interpreted as action ordered by Iran. Ever since the election of the current Iraqi government, charges of treason were and are levied against them. Alarmists in the Middle East with the complicity of Western Media and Western Left, have continously warned against a Shiite theocracy in Iraq controlled by Iran. Their evidence is based solely on the fact that the government of Iraq is dominated by Shiites.
Racism by the Arab League dominated by Sunni Arabs is to be expected. But to have the racist talking points being repeated, propagated, and promoted by our Western Media and the New Left show the hypocrasy of the Media and the Left.