Sunday, August 28, 2005

The Nazis and The Anti-War Left
Are In Solidarity

The Nazis have announced their solidarity with Cindy Sheehan and the anti-War Left:

One of the most important steps that Whites are taking these days (and, we all must admit, that millions of non-Whites have already taken) is a recognition that Jewish power is toxic to any society that allows it to exist. (And allowing it free rein is tantamount to suicide.) Jewish power is behind the drive for racial mixing, open borders, raceless globalism, and international capitalism, just as it was behind racially-destructive international Communism.

But what is really waking people up is the Jewish power behind the current war in the Middle East, and the outrageous hypocrisy of Israel as Jews maintain an aggressive racial state (armed to the teeth, by the way, with Weapons of Mass Destruction) while doing everything in their power to open the borders of and multiracialize and multiculturalize other peoples’ countries.

I’m sure that all of you are by now familiar with Cindy Sheehan, the mother of Casey, her son who was killed in Iraq last year, and her vigil outside the Bush ranch in Crawford, Texas. Her story has moved the hearts of millions just as it has angered the neocon spinmeisters who pushed for this war. Though she has hesitated and backpedaled more than once, she has brought out into public view the one flaming truth that the Jewish-controlled left and Jewish-controlled right are desperate to conceal: that her son, and all the other Americans being brought back home in body bags, died for Israel, not America.

... her story is a moving testament to the horrible injustice and irreparable harm done to our people by the Jewish supremacists.

Yes, indeed-dee. LGF reader, cjstavern, comments:

Let me see if I understand this. Liberals call Bush a Nazi, but the Nazi's are just as anti war as the liberals? Seems to me Nazis have much more in common with the liberals.


Yes, that's funny, but it's not a hard phenomenon to understand once you have read the excellent post Democracy's Domestic Abusers, by my blogbrother Titus, over at the Internet Journal of Public Policy. Go read it, especially points #4 and #5.

It is very enlightening.