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Islamomarxists, not Islamofascists

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Submitted by Henri (Australia), Aug 3, 2005 at 08:35

The perjorative islamfascists is incorrect. Fascism was not a coherent political, social and cultural ideology. It was simply the gaining and retention of power by ultra-violent means for a bunch of thugs.

We are facing a fully formed ideological enemy and the endgame is either the freedom of one quarter of humanity from the tyranny of Allah or they sink into a Dark Age from which the Moslem faithful will never return. The West won't give a damn about the Islamic world and the tyranny which may eventually oppress it. Would you fight to save the Moslem faithful from Islamism?

Rather build a wall around it and let them fester in primitive barbarism till the end of time. Islam provides the world with nothing but oil, migrants and terrorism. The book (Koran to Das Kapital), the prophet (Mohammed or Marx), the enivitability of victory and the mass-murderous means to achieve the end (workers paradise or God's perfection). Religious and cultural Marxism.

Every totalitarian ideology sinks into barbarism. Fascism went from the relatively (I use the term reluctantly) benign rule of Mussolini to Franco and then to Hitler. Communism went from Lenin to mass-murderous Stalin to Mao and eventually to Pol Pot, the Khymer Rouge and the Killing Fields.

Islamism has followed the same path. From the austere, puritanical and brutal Wahabists of Saudi Arabia to Khomenei of Iran to the disgusting Taliban and now the jihadists, bringing Allah to the world at the point of an AK47, a weapon that Islam could never have invented because of their cultural and intellectual medievalism.Give Islamists and their western apologists nothing.


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