The Islamo-Fascist

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Remer predicted that the next target for Jewish “propaganda” would be Iran:  “The Jewish state will no longer forego any opportunity to incite the USA against Iran, and thereby the entire West and the ‘public opinion’ of the Western states controlled by the mass-media.”  He warned that Israel aimed to “liquidate” Iran and “the Islamic movement, and also any resistance against the tyranny of the Zionist world order.”  The old Nazi theorized that the “Islamic system of Persia is the only legitimate form of government of the Muslim world, because it springs from the way the people think and expresses their will.”  He also praised Sudan’s genocidal Islamist regime for similarly embodying supposedly the will of its Muslim people.

Islamist movements, according to Remer, are an antidote to the corrupting “microbes” of Jewish influence that seek to “decompose the organism of the nation” and to “enslave the souls of the non-Jews.”  Remer apparently renounced allegiance to his church to serve the Third Reich.  He did not seem to have become a Muslim but certainly saw robust Islam as central to countering Jewish influence.  “Under present-day circumstances, the Islamic movements play the part of antibodies striving to preserve the health of the nation,” he asserted.  “The Islamic revival movement takes over the role of the life preserver, in order to save the Islamic nation from drowning in the sea of corruption of the Jewish organizations.”

Remer compared defeated Germany to the defeated Palestinians, both victims of Jews, and both suffering “occupation.”  Just as Germans in the future hoped to regain lost territories in the East, he insisted, so Palestinians rightly dream of removing Israeli occupation.  But he regretted that many ostensible Muslim nations, like Egypt, were aligned with “colonial” powers like the U.S. against legitimate Islamic regimes.  The answer?  “I see no way out of the serious current circumstances other than the setting up of a true Islamic society and of an Islamic state in every Muslim country, and the implementation of the political and economic unity of the Islamic states.”

The “witch hunt against Islam is a tactical propaganda of the Jewish organizations that served at its time to sway public opinion in favor of a war against Iraq,” Remer explained, warning: “The same tactic is being used today in the witch hunt against Persia.”   Remer of course called for creating a “true Palestine, that should be able to confine within its limits the Jewish usurping state,” while hailing Hamas as the proper “Islamic response to the Zionist challenge.”

Remer concluded by telling Egyptian readers that their nation too should follow the Islamist path.  Since Nasser’s death and Sadat’s “capitulation” to the West, the Arab world has been prostrate.   But now “Islamic movements raises the torch of the resistance,” and “that torch burns brightest in Iran and Sudan.”  He promised that “Egypt will soon occupy the place she deserves in the Islamic world – in the struggle for freedom, dignity and justice.”

Admonitions in 1993 from the old Nazi who helped in 1944 to prolong the Third Reich by an additional murderous 9 months eerily echo the pleas in 2010 from countless radical Islamists and their fellow travelers around the world.

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  • guest

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  • Doug

    A committed Nazi to the end, he would always see things the same old way that brought him what fame and notoriety he ever got. Funny how these guys, driven out of Europe, would wind up in the Middle East somehow, but we rarely heard about them being there before their deaths…Last time I checked, Alois Brunner was still in Syria. He was in Adolf Eichmann's group, something that would definitely endear him to the Syrians!

  • tanstaafl

    In their own strange way, sociopaths stick together.

  • 9-11 Infidel

    A true Islamo-Nazi to the end. Gotta wonder just how hot hell is for that creep right about now?

  • Philosopherking

    I find his views compatible with how most people on the left think. I've noticed that most people on the left despise two religions which are Christianity and Judaism. The historic reasons are pretty clear when you read Marx in that these religions were viewed as an impediment to their concept of the organic spiritual state that most leftist want set up. I'm not saying that American lefitst will round people up in concentration camps but their does seem to be an anti-christian and anti-jewish stance associate with their thinking.

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  • Ghostwriter

    As Glenn Beck would say,"This is one spooky guy." I'm also not surprised that Remer didn't like America very much. This country helped to defeat him and his beloved Third Reich. I'm surprised after spending time in the Middle East that he went to Spain and not Argentina. That place had a large community of ex-Nazis and he would have fit in very well down there. In Remer's native Germany,they named streets after the plotters of the July 1944 attempted coup. I think that must have galled him very much.

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  • Philosopherking

    I really don't believe that NAZIs were motivated by bigotry since many Jews worked with the NAZIs. I believe that religions especially religion that is melded to the racial identity of a people such as judaism would not be tolerable in the NAZI organic state. Did you notice the phrase "“decompose the organism of the nation". This, in my opinion, is why most people on the left seem to have some anger towards Judaism.

  • aspacia

    You are joking? Right? Remember, Americans are mongrels? Jews are vermin. Read The Third Reich for insight regarding NAZI bigotry.

  • MixMChess

    "I really don't believe that NAZIs were motivated by bigotry since many Jews worked with the NAZIs."

    Woah, many Jews did NOT work with the Nazis! You're probably getting confused about the role of the Kapos.

  • Philosopherking

    I suppose you just read the first line where I said that NAZIs weren't motivated by pure bigotry like the KKK was. I didn't say that there wasn't bigotry. I said the motivation behind the bigotry was an idealogical need to maintain the organic purity of the state. This was one of the main components of fascist and communist thinking. It goes back to Marx where he, being Jewish himself, said that Jews would not fit into the organic spiritual state. It fits with the NAZI's own statement in the article where he said "decompose the organism of the nation".

  • Philosopherking

    Its just what I heard that few jews did work with the NAZIs. That is about as far as my knowledge goes. I don't know about the Kapos.

    The point I was trying to make was that the bigotry was not motivated by the same racial intolerance that the KKK had but by the fascist idea that states and society were organic creations of one single entity. Any religion would break that singularity and so Jews had to be killed off since their religion is bound to their ethnicity which would make it harder to remove that religion from their thinking.

    That is just my opinion of where this anti-semitism in leftist thinking comes from.