Suspicions confirmed, Tom and Jerry are shape-shifting Joooos.
Following are excerpts from an interview with Muhammad Waqi’ullah, a US-based Sudanese professor of political science, which aired on Al-Majd TV on June 4, 2012. Waqi’ullah received his Ph.D. from the University of Mississipi, and worked for the Institute of Islamic and Arabic Sciences in America in Fairfax, Virginia.
Muhammad Waqi’ullah: The neocon movement was established at US universities, especially at the University of Chicago. It was established by a group of Jewish professors, who fled Nazism. They wanted to fortify Western civilization against the leftist, secular, Nazi, and Fascist invasion.
Ultimately, they wanted to protect the Israelites, or the Jews, from annihilation by Western civilization. They infiltrated Western ideology, and specifically, American ideology, until the circumstances, under Bush Jr., enabled them to gain control over the country’s centers of power and to implement their ideas.
This led to the invasions with which they destroyed Islam and the Islamic world. […]
Interviewer: Can soft power be exploited to embellish the use of hard power? The neocons reject soft power, but surely some people use it to embellish hard power.
Muhammad Waqi’ullah: This is extremely widespread in the American media, as well as in school curricula, and in the prevalent popular culture. The theory of hard power is based upon the principle of the rule of the strong, and the weakening and annihilation of the weak. The weak has no right to live. Only the strongest and the fittest are allowed to survive.
The Muslim fights for the sake of good, while the infidel fights for the sake of evil. It is a war of values, not of material interests or personal or national ambitions. It is a war of civilizations, a war of values. Islamic civilization defends the good.
Some films look the epitome of innocent, purity, and reliability. They look like nice harmless films, like the Superman movies or Tom and Jerry. People don’t sense the danger of these films, but these films instill Western philosophy, the theory of Thomas Hobbes [sic], which we discussed.