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happydreams Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jun-04-09 02:10 PM
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Far Right, Neo-Nazis, Islamic Fundamentalists Forge Alliance
April 29, 2002

Far Right, Neo-Nazis, Islamic Fundamentalists Forge Alliance

After September 11, the connections between the far right and Islamic fundamentalists are making themselves more apparent. According to the Washington Post, after the 9-11 terrorist attacks, writings by American William Pierce, author of The Turner Diaries, the book after which Timothy McVeigh modeled the Oklahoma City bombing, was found on the Hezbollah website. Pierce also announced on Radio Iran, We have a common cause: getting the U.S. government off the back of the rest of the world and getting the Jews off the back of the U.S. government.There is ground for joint action.

Similarly, Ahmed Huber, director of the Swiss company Nada Management and a frequent speaker to neo-Nazi organizations in Europe and the United States, notes, The alliance has come. The U.S. Treasury Department has identified Nada Management as a financial advisor to al Qaeda. Huber has denied the allegation but admits to knowing al Qaeda operatives. According to the Washington Post, Huber has also indicated that he intends to build a bridge between radical Muslims and what he calls the New Right in Europe and the United States.

While the alliance of these seemingly disparate groups appears unnatural to U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) authorities, Alfred Schobert of the Information Service Against Right-Wing Extremism in Germany explains that Some of them , particularly the grass roots, are traditional racists and they want to have nothing to do with Muslimsbut some of the leaders see potential in this.



Media Resources: Washington Post, 4/29/02



http://www.msmagazine.com/news/printnews.asp?id=6496


Maybe Roeder and Bledsoe/Muhammad ain't that far apart after all.
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RaleighNCDUer Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jun-04-09 03:20 PM
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1. The fascist right will ally with anyone to achieve their goals -
just as Hitler allied with Stalin to invade Poland. In the end the alliance will crumble, but they hope to have gained their goals before that happens.
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Kievan Rus Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jun-04-09 03:30 PM
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2. The enemy of my enemy is my friend....
Both hate progress and want to take humanity back to the Dark Ages. The neo-Nazi fringe right and Islamofascists may badmouth each other, but it isn't implausible for them to align...after all, Hitler and Stalin did. And lest we forget, Reagan and Saddam did as well.
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NNN0LHI Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jun-04-09 03:36 PM
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3. The Reagan Nazis had no problem doing business with Iran via Iran/Contra
Same thing with the Afghan Mujahideen who later became known as al Qaeda. Reagan loved them when he was arming them to fight the USSR.

Nothing new here.

Don
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