“… how can we fight evil and still keep our souls? How we can fight evil without becoming evil?
We allied with the Communists to beat the Nazis. And then we allied with the Islamists to beat the Communists. And what now, allying with the Nazis?
Here’s how I see it:
“How we can fight evil without becoming evil?” You can’t.
He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you.– Nietsche
But coming back to Nazis: unless I see convincing evidence and boots on the ground I am not convinced that we need to fear Nazis. Not in England, certainly not in Germany or elsewhere in Europe, and I don’t believe that the ‘Golden Dawn’ in Greece presents a real danger, at least not the way the enemedia portrays it.
Everyone, all of us in the counter jihad, even the mildest among us, are quickly smeared as ‘racist-bigot-Islamophobe right-wingers’ and worse; and any evidence to the contrary will always be discarded in favour of Muslims and their green-leftist enablers, who are now, (as they were then) the real Nazis. These fascists call themselves “anti-fascist”. I guess that point needs to be driven home. (Read it here)