sabato 30 novembre 2013


Pubblico uno dei numerosi, nuovi commenti, apparsi su vari giornali online e social network Usa e di altre nazionalità, a proposito di alcune mie considerazioni sul caso di Malik Obama, sollevato da eminenti autorità egiziane e riportato da Tv e organi di stampa italiani e stranieri (che nessuno ha smentito), da cui ho attinto per formulare una valutazione critica. Appare evidente che certi settori della destra Usa vorrebbero strumentalizzarle per fini interni. Il gioco è chiaro: usare la mia critica (da sinistra), contenuta nel mio "Osservatore del PCI nella Libia di Gheddafi" , nella loro lotta contro il presidente Barak Obama. Ovviamente, non mi monto la testa: il Presidente ha ben altri problemi cui badare. Tuttavia, per quello che vale, desidero dissociarmi da tale maldestro tentativo e, in ogni caso, precisare che rispondo solo di quello che ho scritto nel mio libro. Infine, faccio notare ai solerti commentatori che sono un ex parlamentare e che il libro è uscito da qualche mese (si vende nelle librerie Feltrinelli e in varie altre on line) e l'ho anche presentato in diverse università messicane. Saluti. (a.s.) TCUnation social network for conservatives ITALIAN MP ACKNOWLEDGES MALIK OBAMA SCANDAL Posted by Kathryn McEwen on November 21, 2013 at 1:41am in KEEP-AMERICA-SAFE/Liz Cheney Back to KEEP-AMERICA-SAFE/Liz Cheney Discussions ITALIAN MP ACKNOWLEGES MALIK OBAMA SCANDAL ...The important thing is that he is acknowledging Jebali’s charges and seems to think they will hurt the U.S. President. Here is what Spataro has to say about the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt as well as Barack Obama’s half-brother Malik. Mursi yes, Mursi no. Al-Sisi yes, Al-Sis No: Egypt entangled in the chain of Western contradiction ..... Probably, even from these concerns came the “go-ahead” to use the top Egyptian military to depose the legitimate President Mohamed Morsi, leader of the sect of the “Muslim Brotherhood”. A real coup, carried out with the silent complicity of the NATO powers, against the first democratically elected (government)… Egypt is today the most striking example of the dangerous impasse that is the result of Western governments’ inability to deal with the complex realities of the Arab / Islamic world. These governments seem to arrogate the “law of contradiction” without paying heed to the serious consequences caused. If these consequences include the ambiguous personal behavior of certain heads of state, the picture gets really dark and disturbing, the prospect very confusing. In this regard, affecting the very serious charges launched by Tahani al-Jebali, Egyptian Vice President of the Constitutional Court, according to whom – as reported by “the Press” – Malik Obama, half-brother of the U.S. President, is linked hand-in-glove with the Muslim Brotherhood, the organization of the deposed Mohammed Mursi, initially also supported by the White House. Indeed, al-Jebali’s claims get worse when her charge states explicitly that, “the brother of the president, Barack Obama, is one of the architects of the major investments of the Muslim Brotherhood.” (Source: Francesca Canelli in “” of August 27, 2013) There is no need to draw excess attention to this complaint, but nor should it fall on deaf ears. It is clear that, if confirmed, these charges would cast a shadow over the image and the work of the first African-American president of the United States of America whose election (and re-election) was hailed as a great achievement for the civil and political life of the American people and, in general, as a victory against racist ideologies worldwide – an event almost similar to the election of Nelson Mandela as president of South Africa. {emphasis ours} The Malik Obama story seems to be finding somewhat of an audience in Italy. Last month, an Italian publication reported on an event that featured Jebali, even interviewing her on the topic. As for Spataro, it’s easy to see his communist leanings when reading his take but it is not insignificant for an Italian MP to express concerns about the possibility that Jebali’s claims have merit, regardless of his effort to downplay them. to read full article; Tags: Brotherhood, Egypt, Malik, Morsi, Muslim, Obama Share Twitter Views: 5 Welcome to TCUnation Sign In Badge Get Badge © 2013 Created by Earl B. Badges | Report an Issue | Terms of Service

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