Pro Koeln fizzles, fascist Lizards jubilant…

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The first day of the “anti-Islamization” conference in Köln, Germany, was an utter disaster for the pro-Köln and pro-NRW groups; only about 80 people showed up at the pro-NRW demonstration in Dormhagen, and only 60 at the pro-Köln demonstration in Leverkusen. There were more counter-protesters than anti-Islam protesters in both places: Whistles and boos against the right.

5 thoughts on “Pro Koeln fizzles, fascist Lizards jubilant…”

  1. Those organizing the anti islam assembly should simply rename it as the anti -Nazi Congress. This will help their cause, and it might open some eyes as well. Imagine people demonstrating against that!

  2. Gentlemen, the commonly accepted definition of the “Nazi Party” is an abbreviation of “Nationalist Socialist German Worker’s Party”.

    The word “Nazi” comes from a contraction of the first syllable of “Nationalist” and”Socialist” (in German, of course!).

    Islamofascists are neither “nationalist” nor “socialist”. They have no recognised national boundaries or allegiences, being subsumed to their religion totally. No borders = no nationalism.

    Internationalism aspirations – now that is another story!

    By the same token, Islamic fascists are not “socialists” falling within any definition of such. In terms of social hierarchy, they appear to structure themselves around a “strong man” syndrome, with all its attendant social dislocation potential.

    Certainly not “socialism” in any of its forms seen and examined to date over the past couple of centuries.

    My view is that ascribing the word “Nazi” or “Nazi-ism” to the Islamofascists in fundamentally incorrect. However, their political broad-thought appears to align closely with fascism as defined.

    QED.

    1. Very perceptive, Kaboom. Very well aware of that.
      Fascism can be right or left. But the Muslims were always great supporters of the Nazis and try to imitate them to this day.

      Anti Nazi= anti Muslim. Language is important, our enemy knows that. They’re perverting the language to advance their causes. “Islamophobia” is a case in point.

  3. My dear fellow,

    you seem to be a tiny bit myopic… strainng the gnat….and quite blind to the camel.

    ……By the same token, Islamic fascists are not “socialists” falling within any definition of such. In terms of social hierarchy, they appear to structure themselves around a “strong man” syndrome, with all its attendant social dislocation potential…..

    Hitler and Mussolini… were they not strong men?

    …..Islamofascists are neither “nationalist” nor “socialist”. They have no recognised national boundaries or allegiences, being subsumed to their religion totally. No borders = no nationalism….

    and what of …Dar al-Harb vs. Dar al-Islam…? and as regards to Nationalism…wanting to establish a Caliphate…is quite nationalistic, just on a bigger scale…and placing everyone under sharia…is quite a socialist type of mentality.

    On top of that, until now they have aligned themselves with the socialists who have supported them to the hilt…

    They wear their Nazism quite well…Id say.

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