Nasser On Socialism, The Muslim Brotherhood, & Islam

[Ikhras Note: Gamal Abdul Nasser‘s words in this video are just as relevant today as they were at the time they were spoken. Freedom, justice, and human emancipation will not be achieved by reactionary forces or those that have turned religion, democracy, and human rights into meaningless slogans shouted out loud to deflect attention from their self-serving collaboration with Western governments. They will only be realized as part of the workers and oppressed Arab masses’ continuing struggle against capitalism, imperialism, reactionary forces, and Zionism. Contrary to what a few celebrity “revolutionaries” and spoiled liberal brats tell Western journalists, the struggle for freedom and social justice is intrinsically linked to the struggle against neo-liberalism, reactionary forces and their foreign sponsors]

  3 comments for “Nasser On Socialism, The Muslim Brotherhood, & Islam

  1. January 7, 2017 at 1:09 PM

    Tim reminds me of Kerouac.I saw a movie, oh, Pirates of the Johnny Depphood, and the chk&8c#i217;s mouth is the same as yours! We were on the bus coming home from a tournament at MIT and saw this. I told Cochise and we both were laughing. Truly a match!

  2. October 12, 2015 at 11:16 PM

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  3. Raja
    December 11, 2011 at 1:45 PM

    I like most of your work, and I really appreciate that you take the time to expose those who claim to work for the cause of Arabs and Muslims in the US. Who are nothing but a pro-Zionists losers. However, I don’t appreciate you hostility against political-Islam (or Al-Islamyeen : الإسلاميين). And this video, at this timing, shows that you don’t respect democracy and freedom since people in Egypt showed interest and then voted for the Muslim Brotherhood right after the revolution. And if that means something, it will be that Egyptians trust and know how clean MB is. The revolution was against the hegemony of the West on the Middle East before it was against the dictators, so how can they vote for someone who takes money from the West right after they toppled down a puppet of the West?
    You would be more credible if you stick to the truth without trying to demonizing those who you don’t agree with ideologically, specially when the argument is so shallow. Muslim Brotherhood and money from the west? Give me a break.

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