Well, of course! And the allegations of Nazi supremacism must also be the invention of anti-Aryan elements. Specific examples of how the Aryan-phobes have exploited the good name of the Nazi movement include the annexation of Austria and territories in Eastern Europe; the occupation of Poland, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, the Netherlands, and France; the militaristic rule over the rest of Europe; the bombings of Britain and the invasion into the USSR, not to mention their vast network of concentration camps. Especially misused, misquoted and misinterpreted is the atypical event to which some academics and writers refer as “the Holocaust,” perpetrated by a fringe group of extremist lunatics without the approval of the vast majority of moderate Nazis. Come to think of it, the entire WWII was merely an act of “defensive” supremacism to remedy the insults inflicted on the Aryan master race by inferior people. What a shame.
How loud must one scream into a deaf ear? What else needs to be said to convey the idea that of all the aforementioned forms of supremacism, real or imaginary, Islam is the only one that is currently growing in strength, numbers, and influence? That the current upheaval in the Muslim world has nothing to do with the silly “film” (which they haven’t seen), and everything to do with the impulse to “dominate, control, and rule”? Would using “progressive” phraseology help?
“This is what democracy looks like” was often heard at Occupy Wall Street rallies from hatchlings of the “progressive” eggs we have seen deposited sneakily on the Internet, in textbooks, films, and news coverage. Their leaders also tried to garner the support of Islamists by embracing their alleged grievances, but having showed up only once for a public prayer and witnessing the ungodly Occupy lifestyle, Muslim groups quickly decided they weren’t THAT tolerant. Predictably, this was promptly squirreled away by the Occupiers into the lessons-not-learned tent.
Call me a hopeless idealist who can’t seem to learn his lessons either, but I’ll try to make a point one more time, with this series of images titled “This Is What Islamic Supremacism Looks Like.” Hey, what are the odds they’ll end up illustrating the article on supremacism in Wikipedia?
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