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Nazi Roots of the Muslim Brotherhood
« on: January 31, 2011, 05:57:17 AM »

The Muslim Brotherhood has gotten a lot of attention recently.  They are an organization that first came into existence back in the Nazi Era in Germany, so it's a very old organization.

As a part German myself and a frequent observer of things like Oktoberfest I strongly oppose the negative experience of the Nazi Era.  Socialism in the form of National Socialism means that the government takes full control of your life and tells you what to do.  It's not a good thing.

Islamic Socialism that the Muslim Brotherhood wants to create is not all that different than the Nazi experience.  The Muslim Brotherhood uses the same terror tactics that the Nazi's perfected.

So in Egypt we are "hoping" for a democratic movement to emerge, but deep down we kind of know that the terror tactics that are to come from the Muslim Brotherhood are going to take over. (it might be even easier than that and they simply win through an election) With the lack of a coherent democratic institution in Egypt it's hard to see an outcome much different than that of Weimar Germany.


In Nostradamus we expect the "evil" side to be the radical Muslims.  We've seen the likes of Al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood and it's easy to see that they represent the same type of mindset as all "big government" centralized power when it goes to the extreme.  These radical organizations start off proclaiming that they are going to make things better, but it's a road to hell that will not only make life miserable for the people inside it, but also for those outside it.

The Muslims are expected to radicalize and spread terror and destruction to Europe.  It only comes with the arrival of Chiren the leader of Western forces for things to begin to go the other way.

Al Qaeda actually has it's roots in the Muslim Brotherhood... so this is a very old tradition that they are trying to grow.

Nostradamus says that the radicals have a lot more winning before they start losing.


The idea of this thread is to track the developments of the Muslim Brotherhood as they progressively take over Egypt over the coming time period.  It might take years or only months, but based on Nostradamus we expect them to succeed in gaining power.

I know...  it sucks...  but you can't deny the truth.
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Re: Nazi Roots of the Muslim Brotherhood
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2011, 02:22:30 PM »
Democracy for Now

Looks like the Muslim Brotherhood is going to have to wait for another chance.

Mubarak just announced that Egypt will peacefully hold elections and that
he will not attempt to run.

For now it's looking like the near term future is looking a lot better.

Violent revolution and military suppression is off the table for now.


Nostradamus still says that democracy will fail and that radical Muslims
eventually will sweep through the middle east, but it will happen later
rather than sooner.
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Re: Nazi Roots of the Muslim Brotherhood
« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2011, 06:27:18 AM »
Mubarak Strikes Back

The violence that happened yesterday was caused by Mubarak.

The goal is to create so much chaos that when the Egyptian
public sees it on tv and over the internet that they react in
fear and accept a brutal crackdown.

This is all staged...  but it could work.

However, in the long run it only enhances the chances for the
Muslim Brotherhood to take over down the road because they
would all of a sudden look like the REASONABLE choice.

It's all about perspective...


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Re: Nazi Roots of the Muslim Brotherhood
« Reply #3 on: February 07, 2011, 10:10:56 AM »
A "Warm and Fuzzy" Muslim Brotherhood?

Looks like the Muslim Brotherhood is finding it's way into the political
landscape in Egypt.

Even Obama when asked about the issue (superbowl interview) seemed
willing to compromise and let the Muslim Brotherhood in on things.

The Muslim Brotherhood has time on it's side...  all they need to do is
wait until the right moment to assume control and they might mutate
several times before they get there.

The core message of the Muslim Brotherhood hasn't changed since
the days of the Nazi's, so all they are doing is making their image
softer to make it easier to "sell".

The core product hasn't changed and won't ever change...


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Re: Nazi Roots of the Muslim Brotherhood
« Reply #4 on: February 10, 2011, 06:55:20 AM »
The Future of the Caliphate

Nostradamus clearly suggests that the middle east radicalizes and attempts
to spread control into Europe through terrorism.  However, the radical muslims
fail to win the war.

From the Letter to Henry:

"...the three secretly united in the search for death, treacherously laying
traps for one another. This renewed Triumvirate will last for seven years, and
the renown of this sect will extend around the world."

Quatrain - Century II, 43

During the appearance of the bearded star.
The three great princes will be made enemies:
Struck from the sky, peace earth quaking,
Po, Tiber overflowing, serpent placed upon the shore.

Let me explain:

We will soon (next few years) see the radical muslims unify around a new Caliphate
in the middle east.  There will be three major "sects" in the Triumvirate which probably
are Iran, Egypt and Turkey.  

When a comet strikes the earth (there is one possible in 2036) this is seen as the END
of the unified period of the Caliphate.  After the Comet strike the radical muslims begin
to betray each other by pursuing their own agendas.  

By this point the leader Chiren (Chyren) of the Western forces is already on the advance
and this marks the end of the hopes for the muslims.

Some time later the muslims lose and Chiren is declared the sole victor.

(just in case people are unclear about the overall pattern Nostradamus presents)

The serpent is Islam.

Quatrain - Century VI, 43

The great Chyren will be the Chief of the World,
after "Plus oultre" loved, feared and dreaded.
His fame and praise go beyond the heavens
and he will be greatly satisfied with the sole title of victor.

The radical muslims lose.

Nostradamus is actually "optimistic" about the Western future once the war ends.

(peace does return and things become better again)

But if the Comet doesn't come until 2036 you have to ask yourself:

"Will I live to see the light at the end of the tunnel?"

...many of us will be too old to see the new light.

(25 hard years from now)
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Re: Nazi Roots of the Muslim Brotherhood
« Reply #5 on: February 12, 2011, 07:37:54 AM »
How Long?

Egypt is now free of Mubarak, but with no democratic structures in place
to support a true democratic process.  The country is ripe for aggressive
terrorist tactics to assume control in spite of the hopes of the public.  What
is stopping this for now is the Egyptian military.  In order for an organization
like the Muslim Brotherhood to assume power they would need to get into
politics first.  A takeover needs to be an "inside job".

In Nazi Germany the Nazi party existed as a minority party for some time.
In fact it took years from when the party began before circumstances became
possible that through the aging of the existing legitimate leader of Germany
the Nazi party could gain an opening.  Hindenburg might in some ways be
compared to Mubarak as they both represented the aging past of their own
countries prior to radicalization. Trying to predict the exact process that a
radical government assumes control in Egypt is beyond my abilities.

This is an example of a recent terror bombing in Iraq:

At least 28 people have been killed and more than 20 others wounded in an suicide
attack on Shia Muslim pilgrims near the Iraqi city of Samarra, according to police sources.

Women and children were reportedly among the victims of Saturday's bombing.

The attack, which targeted pilgrims on travelling on a bus, was the second suicide
bombing this week near Samarra, a Sunni-majority city, about 100km north of Baghdad.

"The suicide bomber quickly ran into the bus when it stopped at a checkpoint
several kilometres outside Samarra, and detonated his vest inside the vehicle,"
the AFP news agency quoted an unnamed police official as saying.

...this might or might not be the future of Egypt.

We will see.

(all we know is that the domino's are tumbling and somehow the middle east eventually unifies
for WWIII as a Caliphate...  that loses the war)
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Re: Nazi Roots of the Muslim Brotherhood
« Reply #6 on: August 10, 2011, 09:48:27 PM »
Most people who don't read WWII history don't know this, but the Nazi government recruited roughly 200,000 Balkan-region muslims to fight for them during the war. (It isn't a secret, it just isn't often taught in school.) Also, they sent agents all over the middle east, trying to get alliances, or at least keep those countries neutral if not on their side. Something about Nazi doctrine (simple, direct, "join us or die") was and in some ways still is, very popular with some people.