It is hard enough to convince the “oh so smart” (left) set that they are full of crap, but it also takes considerable effort to demonstrate certain truths, even to those who are less indoctrinated. And when it comes to discussing the “red/green alliance”, well, it ain’t easy. Backbreaking labor.
Leftists pretend that patriots/nationalists have gone mental (think of all the eye rolls…oh, if only they became cross eyed in the process), for deigning to suggest that leftward thinking is in any way similar to Islamic mindsets. Never mind that they march, arm-in-arm, at many demos exhorting anti-Israel, anti-American/western vitriol. They just roll their eyes and behave like superior beings, if one dares to question their symbiosis. Not nice…not nice at all.
Most tellingly, this blog brings their alliance to the forefront and it is one of the main missions herein. Besides, there are so many proofs, often causing ones head to explode…so sorry for that.
Shiites believe Mahdi, the last Islamic messiah, will only come back to Earth after a great conflagration engulfs the Middle East, setting the stage for global Armageddon. When Mahdi returns, Shiites believe, Jesus Christ will be at his side. Chavez was a Catholic.
Chavez, in a meeting with Mahmoud Abbas, the president of the Palestinian National Authority, talked of his belief in the Coming of Mahdi, according to the video, and said, “The ultimate war of them all is the war in Gaza.”
In the video, which is not dated, but appears to have been captured during a signing of agreements at the Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas, Nov. 27, 2009, Chavez told his audience “Quds (Jerusalem) is a holy place for all of us Christians. I spoke with (Iranian President Mahmoud) Ahmadinejad about the day that Islam’s Quran says both (Mahdi and Christ) will return. Jesus, holding hands with the 12th Imam, Mahdi. … Then peace will come upon the world. I tell Christ and Mahdi to come sooner, rush now, come sooner … because we witness the threats posed to the world, my God!”
Chavez served as president of Venezuela from 1999 until his death on March 5. He was diagnosed with cancer, undergoing surgery and chemotherapy in Cuba in 2011 and another operation in 2012. Although he had hoped to have recovered from his illness, he announced in December that he needed further cancer surgery in Cuba.
Iranian media on Thursday blamed the United States for Chavez’s death as part of a plot to kill off several Latin American leaders, who also have been stricken with cancer.
Ahmadinejad, who attended Chavez’s memorial service in Caracas Friday, implied in a letter of condolence to the interim president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, that Chavez would return alongside of Jesus.
“I have no doubt that he will return alongside all the righteous and Jesus,” Ahmadinejad wrote, “and the only remainder of the righteous generation, the complete human being, will come and help the nations with the establishment of peace, complete justice, kindness and evolvement.”
Sources in Iran report many Iranians celebrated Chavez’s death and were hopeful, with him gone and with Syrian President Bashar Assad on the verge of collapse, the clerical regime in Iran could be next.
Not unlike a “gift toss in the mouth”, along comes video recordings and writings which absolutely proves the nexus; between the late, non-lamented, thuggish Chavez (and assorted leftist despots) and the underpinnings of Shiite eschatology. BOTH dogmas yearn for a world awash in blood, betting that their followers will survive (Chavez, if you are reading this, you got conned) said (pined for) holocaust.
Wouldn’t it be kismet, if some sharpshooting IDF Sayeret Matkal (http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2001/12/israeli-counterterrorism-200112) warriors proved A’jad/Nasrallah (etc, etc) wrong, demonstrating – in real time – that they will never get the chance to usher in world chaos AND enjoy their virgins?