14 thoughts on “The new Nazis”

      1. After WWll and the breakup of the European colonial powers the citizens of those former colonies automatically, by laws in each country, became citizens of those former ‘colonialists’. Citizens of such countries such as Algeria became citizens of France, for example. And along with that citizenship came the ability to travel freely or live in those countries. That’s why, for example, that there are over 5 million muslims living in France today. The UK has a similar problem of course.

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        1. Smokesilver: The mobs of Mohammedans living in France are not due to Algeria. Some perhaps. The mobs of Mohammedans living in France and other European nations is because those nations promote multiculturalism and diversity, all of that political correctness mumbo-jumbo, and the very lax immigration policies that go hand in hand with those goofy ideas. It’s easy for Mohammedans to move to Western Europe now, and lots are doing so. The Europeans better slam the door if they want to survive.

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  1. We are witness to the beginning of the end of Western Civilization should we not awaken to these monstrous ideologies and begin to fight back…

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    1. Mark: The Western world, especially the United States, is populated by completely spoiled people who have never faced real peril in their entire lives. We are absolutely clueless. And that includes the guy in the Oval Office.

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      1. Patzman: In their eyes, I am definitely murder material. I take solace in the fact that the percentage of Mohammedans living in Mexico is, I have read, something like 0.01% of the population. Let’s keep it that way.

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  2. What happened to “showing respect, even for one’s enemies, trying to understand and insofar as psychologically possible empathize with their perspective and point of view”? The new Nazis have taken a different tack, courting the left to buy into its regime.

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    1. Ms. Shoes: I don’t think the left needed much courting. They’ve long been starry-eyed at the notion of multiculturalism, diversity and embracing one and all. Dimwit ideas, I say.

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