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Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan (Australia), Mar 26, 2010 at 17:05

Yuval writes: "Deutchland ubber Alles was the motto for Nazi German murderous ideology" Islam is submission is the motto for Islamist supremacist ideology. Ergo, the inferior infidel, let along Jew, cannot criticise his superior."

Another motto, more scary perhaps was seen on Wehrmacht belt buckles etc - 'Gott mit Uns'

A big difference between the Nazis and Islam is that the Nazis actually did have a case. I know that as you're writing from Israel ,that might hurt a bit - but German technical prowess and ability to organise and micro-manage cannot be denied. Of course , in this case they were subverted to dark purposes by another madman with delusions of grandeur. They were ahead of the West at one stage in the race to build an atomic bomb, had developed the first jet fighter towards the end of the war, had constructed the formidable V2's, and buzz bombs which devastated London and other cities , had a very powerful navy and air force built up in just over 20 years despite being vanquished as a nation in WW1, built amazingly stylish commercial buildings and were a huge industrial power. Their chemists and scientists were amongst the world's best.

The only way you could equate Islamic culture and what happened in Nazi Germany was that they were/are both totalitarian systems instituted by self-glorifying megalomaniacs. If it was not for the courageous efforts of the Allies (including Russians here) and Hitlers poor sense of timing - Nazism would have become supreme in Europe and spread from there. It's ironic how the Muslims now heap praise on Hitler. Do they seriously think that if WW2 had ended differently that arabs would have faired very well in the subsequent decades? There most likely scenario is that there would be no Islamic problem today.

Lucky for us, Hitler didn't have Buraq's.


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