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It is Fascism in deed if not form

Reader comment on item: More on the Term "Islamic Fascists"
in response to reader comment: Islamic Fascism Is An Oxymoron: It's Like A Yellow Blackboard!

Submitted by Tiberus (United States), Aug 18, 2006 at 22:34

If they must submit to will of Allah and not to man's laws then they should remove their selves from the presence, benefits and protections of any government or modern organized system of state, that means no guns, no bombs, no access to IED's, no knives, no processed foods, no computers, no modern invented ANYTHINGS... all things of 'man' but they don't...

meanwhile the Islamists demand that those who do produce things needed for survival and protection and murder continue to produce them for furthering their religious goals - so in conclusion, they ARE not only using the necessary economic barter system of production/enterprise and commanding it to further their religious ends, they are in effect TAKING it, this in essence IS FASCIST if not in form, then in deed. And nevermind that those 'at the top' get to take the decisions order others to be cannon fodder while they remain the living link to Allah... I suppose this is their sacrifice?

Submitting....

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