Allen West: Muslim B’Hood Takeover in Egypt Shows Arab Spring Is Radical Islamic Nightmare

One year ago Rep. Allen West (R-FL) told supporters,
“I fear the Arab Spring is really a Muslim Brotherhood nightmare.”

He was right.

Today Allen West responded to the election results in Egypt.
From his Facebook page.

A year ago there were those of us who warned the Obama Administration of a Muslim Brotherhood takeover in Egypt. We were castigated as alarmists and loose cannons. Today our predictions have come to reality and the ominous specter reminding us of the Iranian revolution is evident. The Muslim Brotherhood claimed they would not run a presidential candidate. Clearly the Arab Spring is nothing more than a radical Islamic nightmare. Now we need to unequivocally reiterate our support to the Coptic Christians and Israel. What an incredible foreign policy faux pas by the second coming of President Jimmy Carter, the Obama Administration. I call upon President Barack Obama to cut off American foreign aid to Egypt, denounce the results of this election, repudiate the Muslim Brotherhood, and all radical Islamist political entities.

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  • American Woman

    This is the guy that should be the next VP, but the RINOs will be afraid of offending the MB sympathizers within our midst.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    And it has Obie’s fingerprints all over it.

    Couldn’t have happened to a more deserving shi, er, I mean, guy.

  • bigL

    Recall that the Code Pink gal was picked up by some “arab-spring-nice-guys-in-a-cab” and rescued by the Egyptian army troops.
    so there was a lot of work to topple the Mubarak govt by same characters over here. and there was the Google guy too.
    But the GOP has to de-rail the $2 billion sent to Mubarak each year

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  • donh

    Thank you Allen West.

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  • the arab spring is now the arab winter courtesy of the obama administration and sec. of state clinton.

    call you congressional representatives to tell to cease aid to egypt. give that money back to the american worker.

  • Robert

    This week in a nutshell:

    Holder is in contempt of Congress and the nation.

    Obama invoked executive privilege against Congress.

    The Obama campaign refused to pay a town’s costs for security during a visit.

    Americans killed in Afghanistan exceeds 2000 (previous week).
    (Remember the “grim milestone” of 2000 in Iraq)

    The Secret Service confiscated knives and forks at an Obama visit.

    Obama asked newlyweds to forego their gifts and donate to his campaign.

    Islamists have taken Egypt, to Obama congratulations.

    Colorado is on fire.

    Obama went golfing for the 101st time.

  • saveus

    obama and the muslim brotherhood – perfect together

    look out world – with the US’s backing the muslims are on the march

  • Libs Suck

    The man MUST have at least 5 or 6 ideological brothers here in the United States – why aren’t they speaking out? I totally agree with Col. West, but I’m less than a flea on a dogs hindquarters. Aren’t there any other conservative political leaders who will speak the truth – openly and loudly?

  • Sasja

    This was the goal and the devils in this administration are tickled pink over the outcome. Bammy had his celebratory game of golf today.


    Dry run or incompetence? I vote for the former.

  • how dumbed down are we bg


    Earth to Romney..

    find a place for Allen West & Dr. Zuhdi Jasser (both huge anti-Islamist
    spokesmen) in your cabinet, else you will not be trusted beyond what
    you produce (so to speak)..

    the “economy” may be everything.. but seriously, what good
    will it be if we are not free of the MB/AQ threat from within.. 🙁


  • how dumbed down are we bg


    OT.. related:

    June 24, 2012

    ‘Little America’: Infighting on Obama team
    squandered chance for peace in Afghanistan

    uhg.. didn’t finish reading it yet, but am not enjoying it so far..


  • J

    Peanuthead Carter lost Iran. Zippy Odoof lost Egypt. No easy way to go back at this point. The next US election shouldn’t even be close – Romney is so so superior a choice – but we still have to worry the easily fooled masses will reelect Zippy. At your next party casually ask your friends if they know what Shariah law is – it’s amazing that even smart folks have NO idea. So so sad.

  • JR

    Zippy Doodah may or may not be a secret Muslim but the results would be the same either way.

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  • jorgen

    This is not the second coming of Jimmy Carter. Obama is worse! He lost the whole Middle East.

  • how dumbed down are we bg
  • Granny

    Obama didn’t “lose” the Middle East. He gave it away sale, lock, stock and barrel.

  • American Woman

    how dumbed down are we bg, you may want to investigate Zuhdi Jasser a bit more before you try to get him a job working in the Romney administration:

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  • Lightwave

    Islamism and Democracy are fundamentally incompatible. They are polar opposites. We were told that the Arab Spring would usher in a new age. They were right. A new age of secular Arab countries going full crazy.

    Egypt is no longer our ally.

    The most damaging legacy of Obamee’s failed term…the last Democrat in the White House in our lifetimes, by the way…will be cleaning up after his abandonment of Israel. Romney will now have to deal with a massive war in the Middle East. He knows it, it’s why he’s calling for Pentagon spending to be increased to 4% of GDP from 3% now. Israel is now completely surrounded by enemies who want to exterminate it.

    The next major world war is coming.

  • 36Gauge_isaphag

    After all this there are still some people who think the ‘uprising’ in the M.E. is a good thing. The same jack hoffs that said the Brotherhood wasnt’ a problem in the Egypt. They also think what’s happening in that back water Syria is a good thing too. Does that mean the Ottomans will kneel for their new Muslim masters if the reshaping of the ME is done? Plenty of morans right now spreading their ignorance and outright BS. What the Europhags want they seem to be working hard to get including spreading their misinformation now.

    How many stars on the walls in Langley went towards making Gaddaffi, America’s? All that’s gone now.

    Same in Egypt when Mubarak was American loyal. With war training games with Israel to show where he stood. All that’s gone now and you know Obungo won’t do anything to fix it.

    At least some of the commenters here look like they actually get what’s going on in the world. That’s it’s not good and NOT in America’s interests. The MB taking over now means the lies of those trying to say that it all was, have been revealed.

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  • J

    According to foreign press and people from within egypt, obama threatened to withhold money if the muslim brotherhood candidate was prevented from becoming president. Obama’s candidate won and his plan, and iran’s, is proceeding nicely. And the middle east, once again, slides back into the dark ages.

  • 36gauge_isaphag

    Point taken except on the Iran issue J. If you think Iran isn’t next on the list then you’re wrong there. It’s no scecret which continent backed Obungo’s campaign. These people are still upset over the battle of independance. These are the same people that have paid off the brotherhoods to make sure they win.
    Every country that mentions NATO right now is part of the problem for America. Helping the muslims extermists come to power is why the French voted out Sarkozy.
    Any country now that hides behind NATO is really responsible for this and not the U.S. Obama isn’t an America.
    Iran shouldn’t get any blame for this because they know what’s coming for them. If this Arab spring keeps going it’s going to be dark ages for a whole lot of other countries!

  • democraps suck

    “I call upon President Barack Obama to cut off American foreign aid to Egypt, denounce the results of this election, repudiate the Muslim Brotherhood, and all radical Islamist political entities.”

    obummer can’t let his brothers down now…this is exactly what he wanted all along…one sick mooslum supporting more terrorists…

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  • just-saying

    I agree, DonH: Thank you, Allen West. For stating the truth.

  • charlotte

    And the MTF in the Shiite House sent them congratulations. Unfrickingbelievable.

  • nick name

    interesting all these experts, sure you know how the middle east works cause you lived there for many years, no?

    and the 30 years of dictatorship in Egypt with thousands of killed, arrested and disappeared where quiet ok for you, right?

  • nick name

    i live here in Egypt, i’m christian, i’m western and i can tell you that your speculations about radical islamists which will put the country in the middle age are completely b… s…

  • bg


    American Woman #20 June 25, 2012 at 3:12 am


    you’re the one who needs to investigate Jasser in order to discover
    that Debbie Schlussel’s claims about him are simply put, not true..


  • bg


    American Woman #20 June 25, 2012 at 3:12 am


    June 20th, 2012

    AIFD President Testifies at U.S. House of Representatives
    Committee on Homeland Security Hearing

    [1- The discipline to focus on specific areas inside the United States where the Islamist threat incubates without fear or blindness of denials, apologetics, or political correctness

    2- The respectful engagement of emerging long-silenced diverse voices from within our Muslim faith communities in a public and pragmatic discussion on how we can best address Islamist radicalization.]

    June 25th, 2012

    Muslim Brotherhood victory in Egypt a clarion
    call against passivity in the Middle East

    [The awakening of January 2011 was a sign of a new thirst for freedom from the Egyptian masses. Though they came from a free ballot box, the final candidates in the end were a sign of the old autocrats, the old apparatus and not of the new. There was simply not enough time for anything tangible, new, and truly free to take hold. The U.S. is now rightly seen by many as contributing if anything through silence and negligence if not through outright facilitation to the ascent of the Muslim Brotherhood.]

    more @ link & here (#6)..


  • bg


    nick name #33 June 25, 2012 at 10:18 am

    no.. they may not be as bad as has been portrayed at times..

    however, they most certainly are not complete bs, and you know it..


  • bg


    nick name #33 June 25, 2012 at 10:18 am

    ‘Democracy and political Islam can’t coexist’ (#10)

    [Of the last 220 arrests by the US Department of Justice on terror
    charges, Jasser notes, more than 180 of the suspects were Muslims.

    “You have 1.5 percent of the population
    that is over 80% of the arrests,” he says.

    “And the arc has been increasing.”

    Rather than remain on the defensive, Jasser says, the US and the West
    at large must take a muscular, offensive approach toward promoting the
    ideals of liberalism. Those who say democracy and political Islam can
    peacefully coexist, he says, are ill-informed.

    “They don’t understand democracy. My devout Muslim parents and
    grandparents understood Sharia. They understood that Sharia, while
    it means God’s law, is actually man’s law – once it is implemented in
    any fashion, it becomes man’s law.”

    Democracy, Jasser says, means more than
    elections; it means protection of the individual.

    “We need to start having a conversation about what exactly we mean
    by democracy,” says Jasser, a firm proponent of what he refers to as
    “separation of mosque and state.”]

    more at link & in thread..


  • bg
  • how dumbed down are we bg


    re: #35 June 25, 2012 at 12:51 pm bg

    June 23, 2012

    The twin faces of Islam

    [The complexities of the “Muslim issue” in America are often exploited and
    bandied about between two extremes — one that wants to be believe that
    Islam is universally peaceful and no “real” Muslim could be a radical, and
    the other that has become suspicious of every American Muslim. The vast
    majority of Americans are hopelessly confused somewhere in between.
    They are fearful but searching for solutions and looking for hope.

    The greatest security threat we face as Americans has one common
    ideological thread across the globe — not spiritual Islam but political
    Islam (Islamism). That threat is a byproduct of a soulful Muslim battle
    between liberalism and Islamism.

    Liberalism in this context is the Western post-Enlightenment political
    movement centered on reason, natural law, individual equality and
    unalienable rights “under God.” Contrarily, Islamism is the theopolitical
    movement of Muslims wedded to the “Islamic state” and its legal
    infrastructure, its clerics, scholars and their shariah law “under Islam.”

    Put another way, Muslim reformists are at odds with Muslim revivalists.
    The battle is not between moderate and extremist Islam. It is not
    between non-Muslims and Muslims. It is inside the House of Islam.

    Sadly, America has been absent, paralyzed by fear of religious discourse
    and political correctness. Unfortunately, Americans cannot sit this one
    out. Hope is palpable from the narrative of many Muslims who, when
    given a choice, choose liberalism.

    more @ link..


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