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Strange Bedfellows?

Reader comment on item: Canadian Islamists host [William W. Baker,] a neo-Nazi

Submitted by Darwin Barrett (United States), Jan 8, 2004 at 19:56

The Christian Neo-Nazis seem to be more anarchists than totalitarians. My guess is they know nothing of Islam and think the terrorists are anarchists and just trying to destroy America. It is also possible that both groups are trying to use the other to further their cause. If the Islamists win, the neo-Nazis will be the first to go. If Free socially conscious Capitalism wins, the Neo-Nazis and islamists will lose. Any bets yet on which way this will go?
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