By William A. Levinson
Militant Islam Says It Will Dominate the World
"Your Job in Germany," which was created by Theodor Seuss Geisel for the U.S. Army, discusses the Hitlerjugend (Hitler Youth) explicitly starting at about 6:30. "They were brought up on straight propaganda, products of the worst educational crime in the history of the entire world." That was true until the Hamasjugend, which is better-known as the Palestinian children's showPioneers of Tomorrow, came along.
In Pioneers of Tomorrow, a Mickey Mouse clone named Farfur talks explicitly of "world leadership under Islamic leadership." The girl who co-hosts the show elaborates that "[w]e, the great ones [Herrenvolk], started this program to lead the world. The nucleus [Axis], with the will of Allah, will be here in Palestine." Another Pioneers of Tomorrow video says openly, "We will annihilate the Jews[,]" and "[w]e've said more than once that becoming masters of the world requires the following; first, to be happy with our Arabic language." The last ideology that talked about annihilating Jews and becoming master of the world came with a swastika.
Pioneers of Tomorrow is far from the only militant Islamic source that proclaims its intention to dominate the world, as shown here. Militant Islamic behavior in most of Europe and even parts of the United States suggests, meanwhile, that they believe they already rule the world and are therefore exempt from laws against, for example, rape. Sheik Taj Din al-Hilali said of militant Islamic men who rape Australian women:
If you take out uncovered meat and place it outside on the street, or in the garden or in the park, or in the backyard without a cover, and the come and eat it, whose fault is it; the cats or the uncovered meat? The uncovered meat is the problem. If she was room, in her home, in her hijab (veil), no problem would have occurred.There are also unfit U.S. jurists who are willing to go along with arguments of this nature, as shown by the judge in New Jersey who agreed that sharia (Islamic law) gave a man the right to force his wife to have sexual intercourse.
We have shown how militant Islam's purported right to rule the world is one aspect of a murderous political ideology. Its purported right to kill or subjugate other people is the other aspect.
Militant Islam Claims the Right to Exterminate "Undesirables"
Nazism, Communism, and militant Islam all claim or claimed the right to deport, oppress, re-educate, or exterminate undesirables, as shown in Table 1:
Table 1. Targets for Reeducation or Liquidation
Kulaks (Ukrainian farmers who resisted collectivization)
Educated class (in some cases, anybody with eyeglasses)
Wrong kinds of Muslims
If militant Islam is simply another incarnation of Communism or Nazism -- "Hitler in a Headscarf," as Michael Savage puts it -- then why can it operate in plain view? The short answer is that its status as a purported religion gives it legal and social protections that are not available to an ideology.
An Ideology Is Not a Religion
The glorification of Nazism is illegal in many European countries, but so is criticism of militant Islamic behavior. Geert Wilders was, for example, put on trial for inciting "religious discrimination." Danish Member of Parliament Jesper Langballe was found guilty of "hate speech" for his truthful statements that honor killings are endemic among Muslim families. "Under Danish jurisprudence it is immaterial whether a statement is true or untrue. All that is needed for a conviction is that somebody feels offended."
It is specifically illegal in Germany to display a swastika, and it took some time for German courts to make an exception for anti-fascist material that depicts, for example, somebody throwing a swastika into a trash can. Germany will still prosecute you, though, if you depict a militant in a trash can. It is legally and socially acceptable to behave like a Nazi in modern Germany as long as one is smart enough to use a crescent instead of a swastika, and chant "Allahu akbar!" instead of "Heil Hitler!"
Murderous Ideologies and Their Enablers
Opposition to Nazism during the late 1930s and early 1940s was in no way racist toward German-Americans. Almost all members of the German-American Bund were of German ancestry, but very few people of German ancestry joined the Bund. The problem Germans were easily identifiable through behavioral choices such as goose-stepping, heiling Hitler, and waving swastika flags. Most Muslim-Americans are similarly loyal citizens, while the problems are again easily identifiable from their behavioral choices.
The Nazis did, however, have their enablers, including America First, and so do the militant Muslims. The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) condemned Dutch politician Geert Wilders for his outspoken views on the way the shadow of militant Islam is falling over Europe as that of the swastika did 70 or so years ago. Tufts University's Committee on Student Life as chaired by Professor Barbara Grossman, meanwhile, decreed that "labeling Islam violent is unacceptable in any way, shape, or form." When last we heard, the 9/11 hijackers did not chant "Shma Yisrael," "Hare Krishna," or "Jesus Saves," although "Allah akbar!" figured prominently in what was last heard from the doomed aircraft.
Bucknell administrator Kathy Owens (with the apparent knowledge and approval of President Brian Mitchell), meanwhile, called on the carpet three members of the university's conservative student newspaper for using the phrase "hunting terrorists." The terrorists in question were incidentally al-Qaeda or Taliban. It is doubtful that anybody would have had a problem with language like "hunting Nazis" in 1942. This underscores our key point: militant Islam, unlike Nazism or Communism, shields itself from criticism under color of religion. The defense of civilization therefore requires us to recognize militant Islam for what it is: a murderous ideology with aspirations of world domination and genocide of those who do not fit into its depraved worldview.
William A. Levinson, P.E. is the author of several books on business management including content on organizational psychology, as well as manufacturing productivity and quality.
Fascism and Paganism
A brief comparison of Nazism, Communism and Islam
By Craig Read
Fascism is not a 'modern' era phenomenon nor is it unique. It has been the de-facto organizing principle of mankind for most of history. Paganism is a form of pre-modern fascism. Most religious orthodoxies are of course premised on pagan cults. Modern fascism uses the guise of spirituality in the form of paganism to spiritually justify its assault on civilization.
When the two are fused - spiritual paganism with modern fascism - you have a violent and hate-filled philosophy that finds its expression in Hitlerism, Communism and Islam.
This book compares these three modern forms of an age old evil that has been the main obstacle to human progress. This book was written after extensive research, travel, interviews and help from others more knowledgeable on certain topics. I don't pretend to be an expert in all the areas of historical political and economic development. Nor am I posing as the expert investigator on any of the chosen themes that populate the work. Thousands of more competent analysts exist in each area.
I wrote this book to objectively narrate a common thread and threat in human history, namely that of Fascism and its 'orientalist' genetic composition. It is important in life to impartially record reality, to see the world for what it is and to defend our civilization against utopia's, fantasies and evil. In this regard we need more literature and expositions which make the link between the various ideologies which are in essence pagan cults; their commonality throughout history; and their threat to civilization. It is the threat posed to civilization by immoderate Islam - another type of pagan cult - that prompted the creation of this summary work. Let me explain as well what this book is not. It is not a diatribe against individual Muslims; it is not a declaration of hate against any non-Western people, lands or empires; it is not intended to be the most detailed study of any of the fascist cults past or present; and it is not intended to supplant any of the existing literature on Nazism, Stalinism, or Islam.
The book does intend however, to show a common framework amongst the pagan ideologies that have tried to end mankind's development and extinguish liberty. To keep the book short and concise I have chosen to focus on three primary cults, namely; Hitler's Germany, Lenin-Stalinism in Russia, and Islam. I could have discussed other cults and movements but the essential points I want to make can be given by examining these three ideological fascisms.
The conclusions formed by such a comparison can be extended to various other criminal ideologies and regimes throughout mankind's history. I hope the book clarifies some ideals, opens some minds and gives some food for thought.