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Egypt's economy is shattered. Its political system is in flux. The young can't find jobs; actually, neither can the adult population. A large chunk of its territory has effectively been handed over to bandits and terrorists. Every week, we have reports of hundreds of men sexually assaulting women in Tahrir Square. Coptic Christians feel besieged.

We haven't even gotten to foreign policy, health care and social security, yet.

Nonetheless, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate who won Egypt's national presidential election appears to have decided that his first priority is to get a convicted terrorist out of prison.

The terrorist in question is Omar Abdel-Rahman, held in the USA for taking part in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

That would put Mohamed Morsi in the same camp as Al Qaeda, which carried out terror attacks in Egypt while calling for Rahman's release. This makes sense, since the Muslim Brotherhood's ideology helped inspire the creation of Al Qaeda in the first place.

As an aside, a headline from the Guardian on this issue reads: "Mohamed Morsi vows to free blind sheikh jailed in US" -- is there a reason why the Guardian would write a headline like that? If he were...More >>

Multiculturalist European elites opened the continent's borders to people from developing countries who were supposed to help Europe overcome economic and demographic malaise. These elites achieved the opposite of what they intended. From Frontpage:

Having Islamophobia in Europe today is just as rational as having icebergophobia on board the Titanic in 1912.

Uhrskov Jensen in 2012 published another book, Indvandringens Pris (“The Price of Immigration”) about how much money non-European mass immigration costs his native Denmark. His conclusion is that this cost is great in terms of welfare payments and rising crime combined with declining efficiency and technological innovation.

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Egypt's new President certainly says what he means. You can't fault him for using unclear language -- even if few media outlets will report what he actually has to say.

Incidentally, here we have another video proving that the Arab Middle East is a giant sausage party.More >>

You ain't seen nothing yet, claims MI-5's spy chief. Naturally, radicalized terrorists are not going to stay over there. These people are going to bring their wars with them:

"Some will return to the U.K. and pose a threat here," Evans said. "This is a new and worrying development and could get worse as events unfold. So we will have to manage the short-term risks if there is to be a long-term reward from the Arab Spring."

Yeah, we knew that. But the spin that's coming out of the usual dark corners is pathetic.

Disturbingly (but not unpredictably), RussiaToday brings in "Middle East Peace Activist" Franklin Lamb (a regular on the network) to explain the situation -- presumably to confuse viewers who weren't paying attention into thinking that this was actually the head of MI-5. Why else would a "respectable" media organization bring in a blatantly partisan useful idiot like this dud to try to explain an intelligence assessment? They introduce him as an "Activist" -- when as a news organization, you would think they would want to talk to Director General Security Service M15 Jonathan Evans directly, or a British...More >>

An Afghan Taliban jihadist wins the right to stay in the U.K. so that he will not be at risk of being tortured on his return to his home country.

He is an admitted killer who came into Britain illegally, speaking no English. For all we know, he may have shot at British troops fighting with ISAF.

Given this ruling, what is to prevent tens of thousands of fanatical jihadists from packing their bags for merry old England? If you can get in by hook or crook, they can't make you go.

Here's a London Olympics welcome message for them all. "Come for the fish and chips. Stay for the sharia."

Jonathon Narvey is the Editor of The PropagandistMore >>

They've now got a relentlessly-moving-forward Muslim Brotherhood President and an immovable military ruling council.

Your guess is as good as mine as to what happens next. But we can at least say that the next stage in Egypt's political future is not a liberal Western-style democracy.

Viva la revolucion!More >>

Fortunately, this phenomenon is limited to Egyptian-Americans voting for Sharia in Egypt - helping consign Egyptians to a future under theocratic fascism. But the trend is clear, notes Nonie Darwish in Frontpage Magazine:

Muslim immigrants to the West have, in general, rejected taking the hard role of positively changing their countries of origin and inspiring them with new ideas of freedom, democracy and human rights. Instead, Muslims in America have focused on building mosques with aid from Saudi Arabia rather than protesting against Iran’s execution of apostates and stoning of women. They have focused on defending and lying about Sharia in America rather than teaching values of life liberty and pursuit of happiness to their countrymen. They have focused on a message of anti-Semitism, blaming America and holding Israel apartheid weeks, rather than on assimilating in America, initiating peace dialogue or holding an olive branch out to Jewish students.

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I can't say the American election commercials we watch on television today are a definite improvement.More >>

The Propagandist's Allies are beating back the hordes of Oceana, Eastasia and Eurasia. We know that our side shall prevail in the end. On to victory! And happy Friday!

Some of the latest dispatches from the front:

In How I Became an Irish Zionist, Nicky Larkin recounts the transformation of his views on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict -- and the brutal reaction he got for suggesting the situation was not as black-and-white as "Palestinian supporters" might make out. It makes great reading.

The introduction to the article is absolutely chilling:

An Israeli flag proudly flies outside the front of a Dublin city centre pub. An insignificant event perhaps in other parts of the world — but not in Ireland. Six months previously Dublin city council allowed a day-long enactment of mock executions of “Israelis” by “Palestinians” on our main shopping thoroughfare, organized by the Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign.

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