January 21, 2011 at approximately 12:30 PM. Times Square
Decided to check out the Egyptian Revolution Rally taking place just after
the first light snow of the winter season.
Their stage was late, so sans amplification the rally leaders were chanting
and attempting to kept the crowd busy until their errant truck/stage arrived.
It was a small crowd comprised of familiar Leftists, “Palestinians” and
Usually, I’m called a Zionist, a Racist, a Nazi and a hate-monger but today,
I was lectured, told outright HOW I was to write about the rally or else LEAVE
because (you see) ” I’m an Islamophobe who WORKS for Pamela Geller.”
Policing me was Marxist/Fakestinian agitator, Andy Pollack. Andrew Pollack of
Al-Awda NY who loves to press his hulking mass into my space while proudly
declaring that I had to stop filming.
He kept his little soldiers busy infringing on my freedom of speech and
assembly by attempting to block my camera with flags and bodies.
Nice, huh? The games Lefties play….
Two young women in the rally were ‘alerted’ by Pollack to not speak with
me because I “WORK for Pam Geller”. One of those girls was Micha
(Michelle)Balon of the STAGED #OWS marriage (arranged to please the easily
But, Micha doesn’t seem to be ‘married’ anymore. Her face book page says
she is interested in MEN and makes no mention of a ‘husband’
My other critic was Nada Elmansy (in light blue hijab) She said I can’t be
trusted to write appropriately about Muslims!” However, I appreciate that
she took a moment on camera to actually express why she was there.
Some more pictures of the signs….
Yearning for bread, dignity and ….”Social Justice”!
Socialists…Revolution…. Freedom…Justice For All!
Anti-Israel (lots of kuffeyas ) and Anti-America….
It wasn’t just a rally about those martyred in Tahrir Square…
Facts are the Muslim Brotherhood and the Sharia compliant government is
antithetical to a a free society, to a democracy.
“The Islamist parties have won 72 percent of the seats in the lower house…
the revolutionaries of Tahrir Square were disgraced at the polls and exposed
as an insignificant social and political force…The Muslim Brotherhood (and its
fellow jihadists in the Salafist al-Nour party) will control Egypt’s internal affairs.”
Yet there were no signs criticizing the Muslim Brotherhood.
If there were Christians at this rally ( as they claimed) WHERE were the
signs supporting the Copts.
This election is “.. bad news for women and for non-Muslims. Egypt’s Coptic Christians
have been under continuous attack by Muslim Brotherhood and Salafist supporters
since Mubarak was deposed…The military massacred them when they dared to
protest their persecution.”
I heard nothing protesting the attacks and murders of the Copts, martyred
in Egypt because they are CHRISTIANS. Will the Muslim Brotherhood and the
Sharia compliant government be any better? (crickets chirping)
Is Egypt a country on the verge of a real Democracy?
Were those killed in Tahrir Square fighting to live under Sharia?
Leaving no doubt that this was also a protest in opposition of Israel.
Keeping the Revolution alive in Syria, in Libya, in Tunisia, in Yemen (in Egypt)…
and in ‘Fakestine’… FREE FREE etc etc etc etc …. Reminding us that America is:
After all, Ramsey Clark and his International Action Center was promoting,
organizing , supporting this rally. His organization is not just critical of
America it is ANTI- America.
No Old Glory flying along side the flag of Egypt. Just signs, signs and
more signs blaming America and praising Socialism.
Their “Hope and Change” for a democracy is just an excuse to build
another Saudi Arabia; another Iran compliments of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Global Day to support the Egyptian revolution
on Saturday, Jan 21st. 2012
Egyptian & Egyptian Solidarity Groups Rally to Support
Egyptian Revolution’s Demands
Anniversary of the Egyptian Revolution
Global Event: The Struggle Continues
New York City, NY—
During the 18 days from Jan 25th to Feb 11th, 2011,
the whole world witnessed millions of Egyptian protesters marching in the
streets of Egypt and protesting in Tahrir Square, demanding their basic
human rights: dignity, freedom, and social justice. After decades of patience
and suffering, Egyptians finally spoke out loudly and peacefully demanding
the fall of a police-based authoritarian regime, the end of Mubarak’s dictatorship,
and the establishment of a civilian, democratic state.
The protestors in Times Square may protest the SCAF but they say nothing
against the Muslim Brotherhood….
And Anonymous…of course… was there with this pithy thought:
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