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The PDF file that you find below is a hand sheet tract that was distributed in Montreal last week. A group called the « Militant Labour Forum » organizes (or only participates in, it is not clear) daily protests to be held in front of the Egyptian Consulate in Montreal to show solidarity to the « workers » of Egypt. What I find interesting about this tract is the way the communist mind works. First, it presents Egyptians not as citizens or people but as « workers », as if they were only that and not human beings to begin with. Second, it presents the United States and Canada as being « imperialist » countries. It is curious, I thought the United States and Canada were liberal, democratic countries based on market capitalism… What does « imperialist » stands for in this case? The will to defend our way of life? Third, the tract also mentions that the U.S. funds to a great extent the military of Egypt. And with reason. It is Egypt’s military power that keeps down the Muslim Brotherhood as a para-military force to instigate Islamic revolutions. It tempers down the whole Middle-East region.
This document shows with amazing clarity the level of unconsciousness with which the communist/socialist partisans look at world affairs. It is almost as if they have absolutely no comprehension whatsoever of geo-politics, like if the Muslim Brotherhood wouldn’t exist, Israel wasn’t in any danger of annihilation, Iran wasn’t openly hostile to Israel, Islamic fundamentalism wasn’t on the rise, etc. It is maybe this kind of naivety, childishness and irresponsability that made the U.S. fought with so much strength communist regimes. Being so disconnected with greater issues, having no understanding of geo-strategic areas, interests and situations, communist/socialist ideologues and illuminates disseminate whatever propaganda and non-sense they can imagine. This is why these days we hear so much blame being put on America’s back. If we had to rely on what we hear in the media, it would always be America’s fault. I’m fed up of all this. See for yourself.