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A friend of Israel as a 'neo-Nazi'?

Reader comment on item: [Breivik and] Norway's Terrorism in Context
in response to reader comment: Breivik a Neo-Nazi?

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jul 29, 2011 at 18:07

Dear Mr. Edward Cline ,

May I ask you to clarify one point you made in your comment and which seem to be rather uncertain ?

You say : "I'm firmly convinced that Breivik would have been an ardent Nazi in some notable capacity in Hitler's time, perhaps as a functionary in Hitler's outer cadre of supporters."

How did you arrive at that both so firm and so strange a conviction ? Breivik is an ardent supporter of Israel and I suspect that if you cared to read what he writes on Nazism you would rather resist your firm conviction than sussumb to it so easily.

On p.669 it reads e.g.

"DO NOT make this war about race or ethnicity. You have to keep in mind that most

people in Western Europe have been systematically indoctrinated for the last 4-5

decades. So opening liners such as the following is guaranteed to push people away:

"hail brother, fight by our side in the ongoing race war, we are going to destroy the ZOG

and kill all the Jews, sieg heil brother!"

I consider myself to be quite ideologically confident but had anyone said this to me, I

would probably run for the hills and ignore any future encounter with that individual.

[…]Statements like that manage to trigger absolutely every red flag and alarm in the

average European telling him to get the hell out of there. It is essential to understand

this and that many people would rather commit suicide or live under slavery/harsh

dhimmitude than to become a Nazi or fight for the Nazi cause. Because today's Nazism

isn't the sum of the individual doctrines of National Socialism! It has rather become a

massively bloated phenomenon - a reincarnation of pure evil itself. Demonising Nazism

has through 6 decades of indoctrination (the most unparalleled indoctrination campaign

witnessed in the history of man) which has developed into an unconscious established

truth. As such, and due to the actual negative and evil aspects of this ideology, it is

pointless to try to resurrect it in any way or form. Regardless of this obvious fact, many

old school nationalists are still using this crap to try to recruit people.

In order to connect with the ordinary man you must understand that he is a modern man

who has travelled a several decade long journey through multiculturalist institutions… The fear of Islamisation is the most pressing concern for most Europeans and Islam is NOT a race. So avoid talking about race. It is a cultural war, not a race war! "

Can you explain how a person who calls Nazism "crap", "a reincarnation of pure evil" and speaks of "the actual negative and evil aspects of this ideology" might become "a Nazi", let alone "an ardent Nazi"?

You also wrote : "According to Breivik's manifesto, he also planned to enlist the aid of Muslim "extremists" to wage a war of terror on Europe."

I can't find this in the compendium or what you call "manifesto". Could you provide the page number where I can find the passage?

With kind regards ,



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