July 17, 2014

MALAYSIA: A Malaysian Legislator Tweets Praise to Hitler After Germany’s Soccer Triumph, He Said, "Long Live Hitler" Islamist LOVE Hitler.

From Saudi Wahhabi Islam
to the Muslim Brotherhood
The History of the Muslim Brotherhood is the key to understanding today's Islamic war against the West, Infidels worldwide and Muslims who don't practice Islamic Sharia Law. The Muslim Brotherhood uses Islamist militants to overthrow poor, vulnerable, corrupt countries, slaughter all non-Muslims (mostly Christians) who refuse to submit to Islam and then impose Islamic Sharia Law on the nation. The Muslim Brotherhood operates differently in the West, which includes European nations and the United States. They use our legal system to accommodate (impose) Islamic Sharia Law by either putting Muslim Brotherhood people in political office or sue businesses.
1933-Present: Muslim Brotherhood unites with Hitler’s Third Reich

1933 Hitler rises to power: After humiliation of WWI, Germany votes overwhelmingly in favor of Hitler’s Fascist regime.

Hitler and Muslim Brotherhood Find Common Ground: Hitler’s vision of ethnic cleansing of non-Aryans becomes appealing to the Wahhabis of the Muslim Brotherhood. The West and the Jews is the common enemy. Muslim Brotherhood acquires Hitler’s methods of genocide to rid the Arab world of its non-Muslims.

1933 Nazi Parties Appear Throughout Arab World: Young Egypt. Led by Muslim Brotherhood member Abdul Gamal Nasser (future Egyptian President). Young Egypt’s political slogan “One Folk, One Party, One Leader” is a direct translation from German of Nazi slogan.

Social Nationalist Party in Syria. Led by Anton Saada (known as the Syrian Fuhrer)

1939-1945 Husseini calls Nazi Muslim Troops “Cream of Islam”: Amin Al-Husseini spends WWII in Germany at Hitler’s side. He establishes Muslim Nazi troops and becomes heavily involved in the genocide of Jews, Gypsies and Serbs. Husseini calls Nazi Muslim troops “the Cream of Islam”.

1944 Amin al Husseini Co-Founder and President of Arab League: Amin Al-Husseini is one of the primary founders and the inspiration of Arab League. Goal is to reinforce Wahhabi vision of Pan-Islamic unity. Founding countries are: Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Yemen. Husseini, still in Germany, is appointed to President in Absentia of Fourth Higher Committee of Arab League.

1945 Amin Al-Husseini Leader of Muslim Brotherhood: Mid-1940. Amin Al-Husseini is appointed leader of Muslim Brotherhood in Jerusalem. He becomes number one active importer of Nazi methodology to the Middle East. Husseini flees to Egypt. He is wanted by Yugoslavia for War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity perpetrated during WWII.

1949-1952 ODESSA Network Nazis Join Muslim Brotherhood: ODESSA network. Egypt, home of Muslim Brotherhood, and Syria incorporate thousands of Nazi experts into Egyptian and Syrian army, government and propaganda service. Vatican heavily involved in providing travel visas for Nazi officers.

Amin Al-Husseini providing safe haven to ex-Nazis in Arab lands. He is the main connection with Francois Genoud, Swiss banker of Third Reich, who finances the ODESSA network with money stolen from murdered European Jews.

Francois Genoud Hitler’s Swiss Banker Finds A New Employer: After World War II, Amin Al-Husseini was visited multiple times in Beirut by Hitler’s Swiss banker, Francois Genoud.

Genoud finances the ODESSA network. He sponsors Arab Nationalism with Nazi money. In Cairo and Tangiers, Genoud sets up import-export company called Arabo-Afrika, which is a cover to disseminate anti-Jewish and anti-Israeli propaganda.

Genoud sets up Swiss bank accounts for North African liberation armies of Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria. In partnership with Syria, he sets up Arab Commercial Bank in Geneva. In 1962, he becomes Director of Arab People’s Bank in Algeria.
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Time Magazine
written by Stephanie Burnett
Wednesday July 9, 2014

The politician has refused to apologize for the tweet, claiming that the German squad "fought" like Hitler in its 7-1 World Cup semifinal victory over Brazil

A Malaysian member of Parliament, Bung Mokhtar Radin, has refused to apologize for a tweet that paid tribute to Adolf Hitler following Germany’s 7-1 win over Brazil in the World Cup semifinal.

Bung wrote, “Well Done..Bravo…Long Live Hitler…” after Germany’s soccer triumph, prompting outrage from the Malaysian Twitterverse.

The German ambassador to Malaysia, Holger Michael, also weighed in. “We strongly reject the distasteful and unacceptable allusion to the fascist regime of Adolf Hitler,” he tells TIME.

But Bung showed no remorse during a Wednesday interview with the Star. “I don’t know what’s wrong with people sometimes. Hitler is part of history and the German team fought like how he did,” he said.

Bung added that the tweet was just for fun and suggested that everyone needed to get a better sense of humor.

“I think people nowadays should transform their mentality. Whatever I tweet people hit me. They are not hitting me because of Hitler, but because I am Bung Mokhtar,” he claimed.

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