June 25, 2012, - 5:39 pm
I’m always disgusted when I hear gullible morons repeating the myth that “exposure” to America and/or American culture–including going to college or grad school here–will make Muslims like us. (And I keep wondering why we need to make these people who constantly murder Westerners and Western culture like us, instead of looking into why we don’t hate them more.) In fact, it makes them hate us just as much or worse, because they laugh at us and how we let them easily invade and rape our country. And so it goes with the newly-elected Muslim Brotherhood extremist President of Egypt, Mohammed Morsi a/k/a Mohammed Mursi. Just as Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, attended grad school in North Carolina, Morsi got his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California. Yup, he’s a USC Trojan. Alhamdillullah [praise allah], ‘cuz all that “exposure to American culture” made him so much less extreme, right? Morsi apparently studied electrical engineering and wrote his Ph.D. thesis in 1983 on the topic of “High-temperature electrical conductivity and defect structure of donor-doped A123,” under his real full name, Mohamed Mohamed Morsy Issa El-Aiat (no, those two Mohameds are not a typo–he isn’t just one Mohamed, he’s double the trouble; Egyptians have a thing for this: remember Boutros Boutros Ghali?). Yup, yet another extremist Muslim grad student who used America’s universities to learn engineering and science and enlist his education in the cause of jihad.
And now Mursi speaks of a “United Arab State” with Jerusalem as its capital, sharia as the law, and the koran as its constitution. So how’s that “exposure to American culture” BS workin’ for ya?
Check Out Mursi’s USC “work” . . .
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