Fascist Beasts

And where to find them…

Ask any American about Charlottesville and they can tell you exactly what happened there.  Ok, not exactly.  It depends on what side they are on. Neo-Nazis ran someone over. Conservatives ran someone over. A crazy, schizophrenic ran over a Communist aggressor. I guess it really depends on someone’s viewpoint. I like how Ted Cruz characterized it: someone committed a terrorist act in the United States.  But it wasn’t the only act of terror in the world this past week.

James Fields, aside from being crazy, committed an act of terror. He acted violently and killed someone because of their beliefs and how they conflicted with his. His beliefs, as a neo-Nazi, are that not only is his race better than your race, but the government should just acknowledge that and stop all the other races from oppressing his race. He is a Fascist.

Sidebar, I’ve often wondered how White Supremacists have not logically worked through their belief and seen where it falls apart. Nazis killed Jews because they saw the Jews as always doing better and oppressing them financially. They kill blacks because they see blacks as stronger and therefore dangerous. Eventually White Supremacists are going to put two and two together and stop thinking of themselves as the master race.

But putting that aside, let’s talk about Fascists for a minute. The difference between a Fascist and a Socialist is that Fascists wear their ill intentions on their sleeve. A Socialist will tell you they kill for the betterment of society, and actually sound good saying it. Look at Iceland where they are celebrating the elimination of down syndrome. They killed them all, but that’s not what they’ll tell you.

Fascists believe their (fill in the blank) is better. Therefore, they must eliminate any competition for power. The best example of modern day Fascism is not Charlottesville where a bunch of inbred white dudes carried tiki torches and chanted “We are the best” until the craziest one ran someone over.  The best examples were seen this past week in Barcelona and Turku.

In Barcelona, an Islamic Fascist terrorist ran people over with his car. Not because of voices in his head, not because he found the crowd threatening, but because in his view Islam is best and all others must be killed or intimidated into signing up. CNN stupidly pondered whether Barcelona was a Charlottesville copycat. Probably not, considering Islamic Fascist terrorists have used car terrorist attacks 11 times in Europe over the last two years. In Turku, Finland, an Islamic Fascist terrorist pulled out a knife and started indiscriminately stabbing civilians. That scares me more than a crowd of tiki torch wielding, racist frat boys.

Yet, the words Islamic, Fascist, jihad, and even terror remain verboten in much of the news coverage of these kind of terror attacks. The same people in the US who are sure that Trump is about to start the Fourth Reich with his approximately 20,000 neo-Nazi and KKK followers will pray for the victims of Barcelona without admitting Islam had anything to do with it. As slow as Trump was to call out the KKK and neo-Nazis, the Obama administration was far slower to even admit Benghazi was a terrorist attack.

Islamic Fascism is responsible for murder, rape, and slavery throughout the countries they control.  Christians, Jews, and Muslims are among the primary victims. While ISIS was the extreme version, it is still illegal in most Muslim countries to convert to another religion, or in some cases to even convert to a different denomination of Islam.  When Iran says they have no gays, it’s not because they all left or prayed the gay away and turned straight. It’s because the penalty for homosexuality in Islam is to be thrown off a roof.

There is nothing good, right, or sane about the tiny but loud pocket of Fascism rearing it’s ugly head in the US.  But until the Alt-Left gets the courage to call Fascism Fascism wherever it exists and regardless of how popular, they lack the credibility to confront neo-Nazi thugs.

I guess that leaves it up to the rest of us freedom loving Americans.

 

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A Vietnamese American, a Jew, and a Nazi…

…walk into a white supremacist conference…

They just don’t make white supremacists like they used to.

The nation was riled this week to see the alt-right so emboldened by Donald Trump’s victory that people at white supremacist conferences were doing the unthinkable.  They were doing Nazi salutes.  At a white supremacist conference, if you can believe that. Thousands were gathering…I’m sorry, I meant hundreds were gathering…no, that’s still wrong.  150 gathered for an annual neo-Nazi conference, with another 150 outside protesting.  At the conference, the media got a snapshot of the sordid details of what goes on inside when one of the more famous members took a selfie of their salute and posted it on Twitter.

That was all the media needed to start the 24 hour clock on the new narrative.  Donald Trump’s election had created the new neo-Nazi movement.  You would think this event must have had a million people, because when tens of thousands of pro-lifers gather in DC every year the media is no where to be found.  But no.  150.

So why all the buzz?  Aside from the media narrative, who would even notice three neo-Nazis saluting Hitler?  That’s the odd thing.  The picture was tweeted by adult model and reality television star Tila Tequila.

Tila Tequila, born Thien Thanh Thi Nguyen, is a bi-sexual Vietnamese American who emigrated to the United States after the Vietnam war.  In addition to posing nude for several magazines, having sex tapes, and a VH1 reality show, Nguyen has (or had, I should say) a very active alt-right Twitter account supporting Trump.  Of course, her presence makes this white supremacist outing slightly more diverse than the last meeting of the Congressional Black Caucus.

But she wasn’t the odd one in that photo.  To complicate matters even more, Salon.com reports that the man standing on her right is Jewish.  Saluting Hitler??

Apparently, he was there to investigate the movement and the picture was meant as a joke.  I’m sure he wasn’t anticipating how much the media was starved for evidence that the Nazis were taking over the country because Trump was elected.  And actually, it was a pretty good joke.  In addition to riling the media up, it has riled the neo-Nazi whackos who cannot believe a Jew got in their clubhouse (language alert).

I’m not saying we shouldn’t be concerned about white supremacist groups.  But maybe we can rest a little easier knowing that 150 of them (or I guess 148 plus a Vietnamese pornstar and a Jewish prankster) are not quite the Trump led neo-Nazi revolution the media has been reporting.  They haven’t even quite figured out the “white European” part.