Wednesday, April 27, 2011

More Radicalized in the West

I posted the following article on Blogging for a New World Order.
In case I haven't convinced you that western universities are radicalizing foreign students and sending them back to their home country in an effort to screw up those countries, here's another list of people who have attended school in the west and have gone on to really jack things up.

Mostafa Chamran trained guerrillas in the Middle East and participated in the Iranian Revolution. He went to U.C. Berkeley.

Akbar Khan was a major general in the Pakistani army. The Times of London referred to Khan as “the man who started the Kashmir war on his own.” He went to Sandhurst.

Colonel Imam founded the Taliban. He graduated from Fort Bragg.

Benazir Bhutto served as the prime minister of Pakistan. She went to Harvard and Oxford. Pakistan created the Taliban during her reign. Her father, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, served as the President of Pakistan. His disastrous maneuvers catapulted Pakistan into a civil war which split Pakistan and created Bangladesh. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani is the current head of the Pakistani military. He also served as the head of Pakistani intelligence before that. He went to school at Fort Benning and Fort Leavenworth. By the way, it seems that Wikipedia removed this information from his biography recently. Interesting.

Saad Eddin Ibrahim is a member of the opposition in Egypt. He is affiliated with all sorts of U.S. Universities.

Muammar Gaddafi received army training in Britain. Moussa Koussa served under Gaddafi as the head of Libyan intelligence. He went to Michigan State University. Mahmoud Jibril leads the opposition in Libya. But before that, he actually served under Gaddafi. He went to the University of Pittsburgh.

Bashar al-Assad is the current president of Syria. He went to school in Britain.

Anwar al-Awlaki is a high ranking member of Al Qaeda. He went to Colorado State University.

Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Underwear Bomber, studied engineering at University College London.

Sibghatullah Mojaddedi is the leader of the Afghan National Liberation Front. The group was one of the Peshawar Seven, which fought against the Russians in the 80s. He went to school in Europe.

Cu Huy Ha Vu sued the Vietnamese prime minister over a bauxite mining project run by China. He got his law degree from the Sorbonne in Paris. I guess Europe doesn't want China doing anything in Vietnam.

Aung San Suu Kyi is the leader of the opposition in Burma. She thinks the West should continue to impose sanctions on her country because the IMF told her those sanctions don't hurt the Burmese people. She went to Oxford.

Syngman Rhee served as the president of South Korea during the Korea War. He went to Princeton.

Yosuke Matsuoka served as the Japanese foreign minister in the run up to World War II. He went to the University of Oregon. By the way, if you ever want to read a good book about Matsuoka and the run up to World War II and how he really screwed things up, read With Japan's Leaders, by Frederick Moore. It's too bad Obama did read that book before becoming president.

On November 25, David Ignatius wrote an article about America and declinism. In that article, he noted how many Asian went to Harvard bemoaned Sarah Palin for attacking that university.

“Be careful, Sarah Palin, when you trash the Ivy League,” said Ignatius. “This is a national-security issue.”

Unfortunately, by maintaining our current policies we're doing something much worse than declinism – we're doing crashism. I'll have more to say about this later.
In retrospect, this article didn’t make my government as upset as I thought it would. Today, Vonage shares dropped 7 cents to $5.18. TiVo shares dropped 5 cents to $9.67.

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