July 12, 2011, - 2:47 pm

Another “Dividend” Of Obama Egyptian Democracy: Gunmen Blow Up Gas Pipeline to Israel

By Debbie Schlussel

Remind me again why Barack Hussein Obama, Lara “I Was Raped by 240 Wiccan Men @ Tahrir Square” Logan, and Anderson “the Richard Simmons of CNN” Cooper said it was such a great idea for us to force Hosni Mubarak out of Egypt and allow a mob of Islamic savages to take over the place?  I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again:  Mubarak was our ally.  He was the type of tough, authoritarian ruler needed to keep these Ismaelite crazies and vildah chayas [a Yiddish term used to describe "humans" who act like "wild animals"] from rioting on a regular basis.  He was the only guy keeping things stable at the Egyptian-Gaza border.  Now, you have total chaos brought to you by these new, glorious “democrats.”  And the latest is this, the third Egyptian bombing of an important gas pipeline that is Israel’s major source of gas . . . gas that would be Israeli-owned if the country hadn’t given up the land to these Jew-hating, anti-Christian jihadists in Egypt. And lest you say that this is just the work of a few terrorists, you should note that Mubarak’s former Egyptian pipeline officials are on trial for the crime of selling gas to Israel. Israel knew there was gas (and oil) in the Sinai, and these sales to Israel were an understood part of Israel giving Egypt the Sinai Peninsula under the Camp David Peace accords. So much for that piece of paper . . .

This Is What Egyptian Democracy and Islamic Peace Look Like . . .

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Saboteurs blew up a pipeline carrying gas from Egypt to Israel and Jordan on Monday, forcing a shutdown in the flow of gas, Egyptian security sources said.

The explosion took place in the early morning at a station along the pipeline in the northern Sinai Peninsula at Bir Abd, 60 km east of the Suez Canal, the sources said.

Watch the video of Islamic “democracy” in action . . .

It was the third attack since early February on the pipeline, which supplies natural gas to Israel and Jordan, local cement plants and a power station.

A security source said men with machine guns in a small truck forced guards at the station to leave, and then planted explosive charges.

"We do not have sufficient information until now, but in principle the explosion happened in the same way that the two previous explosions happened," another security source told Reuters.

The natural gas company that runs the pipeline closed it down after the explosion, the source said.

Witnesses said the sound of the explosion boomed out across the desert, frightening nearby residents, and tongues of fire could be seen above the station.

Previous explosions on April 27 and Feb. 5 closed the pipeline for weeks, and another attempt to shut down the line failed in March.

In April, masked gunmen blew up the al-Sabil natural gas terminal near Egypt's border with Israel, sending flames shooting into the air in the early hours of the morning and forcing the shutdown of the country's gas export pipeline to Israel and Jordan.

The month before, another attack hit the same terminal, which is just 50 kilometers (30 miles) from the border with Israel. Gunmen planted explosives at the terminal, however they failed to detonate.

In February, Bedouin tribesmen in the area blew up a section of the pipeline, stopping exports to Israel and Jordan for a month. They also attempted to sabotage the pipeline in July 2010.

The pipeline is run by Gasco, Egypt's gas transport company which is a subsidiary of the national gas company EGAS.

Egypt's gas deal with Israel has been the subject of much controversy in Egypt and has sparked protests for years.

More recently, deposed President Hosni Mubarak and officials from his regime have been placed on trial over allegations of corruption involving gas sales to Israel.

The officials are accused of selling gas to Israel and countries in Europe for below-market prices, and thus cheating Egypt out of billions in lost income.

PUH-LEEZE. Israel paid market prices, but in Islam, the only thing that qualifies as a "market price" for Jews is paying with their severed heads. This is just more trumped up BS by barbaric, Jew-hating Muslims done for the sole purpose of perpetuating jihad.

"Religion of Peace" . . . and gas pipeline bombings.

 

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16 Responses

No more negotiations with scum.

Occam's Tool on July 12, 2011 at 2:53 pm

Within 2 years Israel will be supplying their own natural gas from the Med. sea and won’t have to pay one penny to the Egyptians.

David on July 12, 2011 at 3:00 pm

As we read, Israel is exploring the largest petroleum field in the Middle East and it is under their soil just as the Bible predicted. Likewise, Israel has one of the largest pure water supplies under Jerusalem.
When will we learn to only trust in God’s provisions!

A one page absolute proof “God Authored Bible” is at http://jc.does-it.net. That proof has be extended to compare the Holy Bible with to the Koran. An e-mail will provide that documentation.

Geneww on July 12, 2011 at 3:21 pm

This exactly what bombers were designed to prevent. Drone, B2, whichever.

samurai on July 12, 2011 at 3:35 pm

Watch. This country will pressure Israel, and Israel will give in, to supply Gaza and Judea and Samaria with free natural gas, and a share of the profits from her future gas wells.

Any bets?

Jonathan Grant on July 12, 2011 at 3:51 pm

“Vilda chayas”- great term! My grandparents used to use it all the time when talking about people who were completely out of control (like most muslims). It’s too bad that Yiddish is dying out. It’s such a descriptive language.

Jeff on July 12, 2011 at 5:08 pm

America’s relationship with Egypt & Mubarak evolved into a typical gov’t program. At first it was touted as a breakthrough…back in the Sadat days. Eventually, it turned into another big money allocation with little oversight. Some State Dept. Prodding may have moved Egypt even more liberally but with the size of gov’t at home, America foundered and this idjit Marxist has wrecked it all without an end game.

I hope Israel can make the necessary adjustments and keep the ‘Bamster at arms length so he doesn’t totally screw them. The problem is Obama screws up ’cause he thinks the needs him to get up in the AM. God only knows what he’s told Israel’s neighbors in passing, or worse, in earnest.

P. Aaron on July 12, 2011 at 5:14 pm

President Obama seems to move from triumph to triumph in pursuit of his foreign policy objectives. Unfortunately, if Republicans do not get their act together, he will probably be reelected in 2012. Obamalite candidates, such as Pawlenty and Huntsman will not be a match for a billion dollar fundraiser.

worry01 on July 12, 2011 at 6:22 pm

“And the latest is this, the third Egyptian bombing of an important gas pipeline that is Israel’s major source of gas…” Actually, this is the FOURTH successful attack on the pipeline. Another one took place on July 4, but it was less damaging than the first two and this latest one. Gas was just starting to flow again when “BAM! Here we go again.” The Israeli consortium is but one party that’s losing out, after having invested a few hundred million to build the pipeline. Others losing out include Israeli ratepayers as electric rates are slated to go up some 20% because the power companies will need to use more expensive (and less energy dense) oil, and Jordan which gets its gas via a pipeline through Israel. And they’re far more dependent on that gas than Israel.

Geneww writes, “As we read, Israel is exploring the largest petroleum field in the Middle East and it is under their soil just as the Bible predicted.” That petroleum is not in the usual fluid form but in shale, so will require the latest technology to extract. (No, it’s not “fracking”, which is used for gas extraction.) But already the skeptics and enviros are working to block even the pilot project.

Jonathan Grant writes, “Watch. This country will pressure Israel, and Israel will give in, to supply Gaza and Judea and Samaria with free natural gas, and a share of the profits from her future gas wells.” Those shale oil deposits noted above just happen to lie within pre-1967 Israel, but these are long term resources yet to prove exploitable. What the US *is* doing is taking a neutral position on the maritime borders that lie between Israel and Lebanon. Israel’s border is consistent with international precedent (and Israel’s economic zone agreement with Cyprus), while Lebanon’s is along the lines of “It’s ours because we say so.” The US wants the UN to arbitrate the issue. (And we know how fair the UN has proven toward Israel.)

Raymond in DC on July 12, 2011 at 6:29 pm

And the main thing these nitwits in the press are yammering about is that Mubarek should be put on trial?!?

Little Al on July 12, 2011 at 10:08 pm

In a backhanded way, this is good news.

http://thereisnosantaclaus.blogspot.com/2010/06/israel-strikes-mother-lode-of-natural.html

Maybe the Israelis will get off their duffs and stop looking for new and creative ways to tax the delivery of their own natural gas resources. They’ll need some revenue to provide security protection of the pipeline and terminals. Beyond that, the Israeli government needs to lay off any notion that they can tax this enormous resource to fund anything else.

Oh! How I hate to make “Israel should…” statements. But this one is all too obvious. Time is running out. Buying natural as from Egypt may not be an option in the future. Moreover, anything that provides Israel with jobs and export cash will ultimately generate revenue for the government without direct taxes. The Israelis need to GET THAT GAS ON LINE AND QUIT SCREWING AROUND.

Like I said, I hate making “Israel should…” statements but this is one of those issues that will make a difference between Israel being an independent Jewish nation and Israel being a dependent Jewish nation. For a Zionist of any kind, the policy path seems clear.

There is NO Santa Claus on July 12, 2011 at 10:56 pm

Reoccupy the Sinai.

Fill it full of black African refugees and have it declare independence.

The arab world will go nuts. Lefties will go crazy not knowing who to support/oppose (well, except opposing Israel…that much is given).

Fear of a Black Pennisula on July 12, 2011 at 11:46 pm

Yiddish is expressive and onomatopoeic,loved the ‘vilda chayas’.

Because Egypt has been taken over by the above mentioned hooligans, contrary to the Peace Agreement, Israel should revert to the situation before the signing and take back the Sinai.
As someone said in a comment to-day ‘Israel musn’t send geniuses in to do battle, send bulldogs but you still need geniuses to tell the bulldogs what to do’.

Israel has all the ingredients for such a cocktail, Russian migrants with pent up energy step forward, your skills are required. If trying to reason with the unreasonable is leading nowhere, plan B needs an airing. Cutting off utilities to Gaza would cause some mayhem both locally and internationally and a ‘Trojan army’ of computer viruses will play havoc with communications. Am sure Israel has some ‘rabbits in the hat’, these are indeed testing times.

Eyes Wide Open on July 13, 2011 at 4:30 am

Don’t worry about that. Israel will soon be exporting LNG to Europe and Oil too. The Leviathan field is estimated to have 16.5 trillion cubic feet of natural Gas reserves and 2.5 billion barrels of ligh crude. To get the picture compare this with the Saudi oil reserves of 2.6 billion of heavy crude high sulpher oil. I happen to be an oil chemist who was always interested in keeping up with oil explorations.

If they are smart they should sell to Israel all the Gas it wants now because they will soon lose the source of income.

G. R. SCHAROUBIM on July 13, 2011 at 3:33 pm

    G. R. SCHAROUBIM:

    To date, I have seen no evidence that “Israel will soon be exporting LNG to Europe and Oil too.” The only evidence is the DISCOVERY of the off-shore Leviathan field.

    The Israeli government, in their inimical way are looking for new and creative ways to TAX the gas. As a result, plans for DEVELOPMENT of the fields are stalled.

    That is where the development project stood last January when I was in Israel. If you have knowledge that development plans are moving forward, please feel free to report the news here.

    There is NO Santa Claus on July 13, 2011 at 3:47 pm

dividends of American democracy: 100,000+ Iraqi civilians

Allen on August 17, 2011 at 12:51 pm

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