The right wing Neo-Nazi Movement along with the modern KKK, Aryan Nation and other movements have learned the importance of packaging their hate in a manner that makes it sound reasonable to uneducated people.
The same is true of the Christo-Nazis aka Fundamentalists/Pentecostals, Mormons and other true believers. They fixate on obscure passages plucked from lists of rules located in parts of their book of mythology. At the same time that they fixate on a particular rule they feel free to ignore the rules surrounding the particular rule that supports their hatred.
The reality is that these people are Nazis, pure and simple. Strip away their fancy slick think tank produced semiotics and usage of language and you discover their real Bible is Mein Kampf.
Their real practice is the Big Lie. Tell a big enough lie and keep repeating it an your ignorant followers will not only come to believe it but will act on it even when doing so is against their own interests.
I am an Atheist. I do not sugar coat it with babble about being “spiritual” which is simply believing in other magical superstitious nonsense.
This allows me to look at not only religion with a skeptical eye but the other nonsense that surrounds their pseudo-religious dogma. These people have had their heads filled with a sort of Death Metal cum CGI filled horror movie version of religion. They desire, long for, hope for Armageddon. Their book of “Revelations” is the version interpreted by Hal Lindsey in his book “The Late Great Planet Earth” and life loathing fantasies of Tim LaHaye.
Yet I can ran on about how racist and bigoted the right wing Neo-Nazis and Christo-fascists are and people tell me I am being paranoid. That it is wrong to call people who call us “mud people”, queers, commies and worse for the Nazis and Klansmen they truly are.
Yet just to day I saw the following:
White supremacist school board candidate: ‘Jew media’ attacking me
By Daniel Tencer
Saturday, August 7th, 2010 — 3:23 pm
Neo-Nazis have a history of pulling their kids from public schools, out of a desire to indoctrinate their children into their own world view. But one white supremacist in California’s Inland Empire may be mulling the opposite strategy: Getting the school system to conform to his own views.
Remember how the Republicans have attacked public education, how so many Christo-Fascists believe in and practice home schooling. This is what they teach. Like the Nazis they are anti-Semitic in their basic beliefs. their ostensible support for Israel is due to the idea that Jews play a vital role in rebuilding a temple on the present site of the Dome of Omar, thereby bringing on Armageddon in which all but 144,00 Jews will die and those 144,000 will convert and become proselytizers for the reborn Jesus.
GOP Rep. Comes Clean: We Don’t Need to Bash Gays Because We Have Immigrants!
King, the Long Island congressman, said that in terms of social issues, the raging controversy over the Arizona border laws is providing more than enough ammunition for Republicans in key districts.
“The Arizona immigration law is there, there’s no reason to be raising an issue of gay rights” as a wedge, he said.
Scapegoats are scapegoats and are interchangeable. Not one person who is a member of any minority is safe.
Beck: Conservative agenda means dismantling federal government
By Raw Story
Saturday, August 7th, 2010 — 12:12 pm
Responding to President Barack Obama’s recent comment that Republicans have no new ideas, Fox host Glenn Beck said the conservative movement — or at least the tea party branch — is actually promoting a novel idea in American politics: Dismantling the federal government.
The unspoken is that after Destroying the US Government along with all its laws guaranteeing rights and human equality they will replace it with an ultra right wing Neo-Nazi government based on the idea of both the fascism of the all mighty corporate-government alliance and laws governing personal behavior that are “Bible Based” i.e. Christian Sharia.
Some drug addled Nazis are so consistent that citing their latest filthy racist spew is an exercise in redundancy. Poor Rush deafened himself with his addiction to Oxycontin, pity he didn’t take enough to over dose. This flaming Nazi gasbag is a total waste of oxygen.
Rush Limbaugh Suggests that Michelle Obama’s Vacation is Linked to Reparations for Slavery
Posted by Chauncey DeVega at 2:29 pm
August 7, 2010
And then we have the charming misogynistic Sharron Angle. I have always wondered how certain womyn attending the MWMF could turn their backs in radically feminist lesbian WBTs telling us we are not their sisters while declaring that they share common bonds with all WBWs.
Angle: I’m pro responsible choice. There is choice to abstain choice to do contraception. There are all kind of good choices.
Manders: Is there any reason at all for an abortion?
Angle: Not in my book.
Manders: So, in other words, rape and incest would not be something?
Angle: You know, I’m a Christian and I believe that God has a plan and a purpose for each one of our lives and that he can intercede in all kinds of situations and we need to have a little faith in many things.
Of course Angle’s life begins at conception position doesn’t care what happens to the rapist’s spawn upon birth, presumably it is “god’s” punishment of the victim that she have to rear it unless she can find an appropriately Christian heterosexual married family to care for it.
Republican Sharron Angle believes the clergy should be allowed to endorse candidates from the pulpit and opposes laws allowing gays to adopt children, according to a questionnaire by the Nevada Senate hopeful that was obtained by The Associated Press.
I could go on and on but hopefully you get the picture.
As Sinclair Lewis said in “It Can’t Happen Here”, “When fascism comes to America it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying a cross.”
Part of the problem is that liberals are either too nice or too cowardly to call these right wingers and Taliban Christians on the Nazi like policies they put forth. Even when they suggest assassinating the President they seem to not be considered