Thursday, August 31, 2006

Fascism demands a succession of wars, foreign conquests, and national threats to keep the nation in a state of fear, anxiety and patriotic hypertension. Those who disagree are branded ideological traitors.

Sounds vaguely familiar, doesn't it? From The Big Lie About 'Islamic Fascism'

However, there are plenty of modern fascists. But to find them, you have to go to North America and Europe. These neo-fascists advocate "preemptive attacks against all potential enemies," grabbing other nation’s resources, overthrowing uncooperative governments, military dominance of the world, hatred of Semites (Muslims in this case), adherence to biblical prophecies, hatred of all who fail to agree, intensified police controls, and curtailment of "liberal" political rights.

2 Comments:

Blogger donsky said...

while i agree that bush & co. have dramatically accelerated our country's slide toward fascism, islamic fascism is not a lie.

look at the roots of al qaeda and its ilk--you can trace it back to the muslim brotherhood and its predecessor, which aligned itself with nazism in WWII and borrowed much european fascist ideology.

surely you agree that if they had their way, al qaeda and others would install an authoritarian regime which would make bush & co look like the great champions of freedom they proclaim themselves to be.

12:21 PM  
Blogger gary said...

Where the Bushites are wrong, even deliberately misleading, is that they are trying to portray a monolithic enemy of Islamofascism, encompassing Sunni and Shiite, Iran, Syria, Hamas, Hizbullah, the Muslim Brotherhood etc. Syria has banned the Muslim Brotherhood and killed many of them. Zarqawi said that the Shiites were worse than the Americans.

Yes the Muslim Brotherhood had ties to the Nazis (and later the Americans.) Neither like Jews, for sure.

1:18 PM  

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