Storm Track Disinformation: And Hitler Was a Philanthropist
I'm getting so tired of intelligent people’s lack of knowledge of history. Take Hitler as an example. It was observed once that if Hitler had died in 1938, he would have gone down as one of the great statesmen of
He and his party turned a beaten, immoral, inflation ridden country into a powerful State that eventually challenged the world.
Of course there was price for Hitler’s vision of a greater
Today, we have the same kind of thinking. But instead of Hitler as the one who steps in where others are unable to tread, we have Hezbollah and Shiite cleric Muqtada al Sadr. They both are seen as charitable entities, concerned only with the needs of their people. Like Hezbollah, Shiite cleric Muqtada al Sadr is known by his followers as someone who can provide them with things their government can't.
BAGHDAD--When Ali Ateya was killed last month at the age of 23 -- a victim of an American airstrike on a block of concrete tenements in Baghdad's slum, according to his family -- there was no money for his burial. Sadr City
Within days, two officials from
's main humanitarian organization showed up at the family home. Unsolicited, they offered to pay for Ateya's Shiite Muslim burial service and provide food for three days of ritual mourning. Sadr City
Then they handed the parents an envelope. It was stuffed with 500,000 Iraqi dinars -- about $400 -- and on it was printed: ``A gift from Sayyid Muqtada al Sadr.''
Does this change the leopard’s strips? Of course not. The why don’t journalists and pundits learn from history and call a spade a spade no matter what charitable acts it performs.
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