The Muslim Brotherhood’s connections to the Nazi Party are well-known and can be easily researched by anyone with a computer. Also well-known are the Brotherhood’s ties to most of the Muslim world’s major terrorist organizations.
Coinciding with the Obama regime has been an increase in the visibility and influence of terrorist groups, and an apparent growth in Nazi sentiment throughout Europe and the United States.
With the fighting in Gaza, the world is seeing anti-Israel and anti-Jewish feelings flaring up all over in the forms of protests and random acts of violence and hatred.
In Paris, thousands of people defied a government ban this weekend to demonstrate against Israel in the Place de la République. The previous weekend, protests in Paris and Sarcelles turned into near riots and saw attacks on local synagogues, leading to the ban on demonstrations. France is home to the largest Jewish and Muslim populations in Western Europe, and Muslim protesters have often turned to violence in the past.
The French Jewish community is outnumbered about 10-to-1 by the Muslim population, which has swelled with immigration from the country’s former North African colonies.
“Jews in France should not be afraid but many of them are afraid,” said Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius on French radio.
At Saturday’s protests, many pro-Hamas demonstrators were seen to give the traditional raised-arm Nazi salute, and others gave the “quenelle,” a sort of inverted Nazi salute in which the person puts his left hand on his right shoulder and extends his right arm angled downward.
Some of the protesters began throwing rocks and bottles at police, who retaliated with tear gas. The Associated Press said the rock throwers numbered in the “hundreds,” while Agence France Press described the rock throwers as a “minority.” Police said they made about 50 arrests.
Similar protests have hit major European cities such as London and Berlin, where a prominent imam addressed a crowd of demonstrators and called on Allah to kill all the “Zionists.”
In the United States over the past several weeks, there were anti-Israel demonstrations in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Denver, Philadelphia, Boston and Washington, D.C.
In Boston two weeks ago, Jewish students reported being surrounded during a Palestinian “die-in” and accosted by people yelling slogans like “Jews back to Birkenau,” and “Drop dead you Zionazi whores.”
In Chicago, a school principal was recently reassigned after Jewish students were repeatedly bullied by students who showed them pictures of ovens and told them to “get in.” In another incident, a group of students apparently started a team called the Jew Incinerators on the popular video game Clash of Clans. The home page of the team proclaimed, “We are a friendly group of racists with one goal — put all Jews into an army camp until disposed of. Sieg! Heil!”
In the San Francisco demonstrations, anti-Israel protesters included a group calling itself Jewish Voice for Peace, which recently staged a “die-in” at Hewlett Packard because the company provides computers for the Israeli Defense Forces.
According to the most recent FBI statistics, anti-Jewish crimes rose 7 percent from 2011 to 2012.
One of the tactics that has become common for Palestine supporters is to use Holocaust imagery, with Jews cast as the Nazis.
This false victimhood is not only unjustified, it’s more than a little ironic.
Most of the major Islamist terror groups active around the world have their roots in the Muslim Brotherhood, which was founded in the 1930s and early on was funded with Nazi money and strengthened with Nazi military training. During World War II, the Brotherhood provided entire divisions to the Nazis for the war effort, in addition to spying and other support missions.
To this day, the Muslim Brotherhood is known for giving its new recruits copies of Mein Kampf, Hitler’s autobiography, translated into Arabic. The old Mohammedan hatred of Jews was always a natural fit for the Nazi “master race” Aryan vision. Admiration of Hitler apparently runs deep in the Muslim world.
While the Allies defeated the Nazi war machine in WWII, we never defeated the Nazi ideology, which has survived, and often thrived, not only in far-flung foreign nations, but right here in the United States.
This seems to be one of those periods when it is thriving, and part of the reason is living at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, where President Obama has not only granted himself dictatorial powers in all but name, but he has followed foreign policies that have given aid and comfort to terrorist organizations and allied the United States with the Muslim Brotherhood.
His policies have already led to the establishment of the first caliphate in nearly a century, and ISIS is busy securing its power in its claimed territory, eliminating Christian communities that have existed for nearly 2,000 years.
The president tolerates in his Administration a number of people with alleged ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, including possibly his top adviser, Valerie Jarrett, the Rasputin behind the Obama throne. Obama’s own brother, Malik, who was best man at his wedding, is some sort of fundraiser for the Brotherhood and apparent supporter of Hamas and other terror groups. He is also executive secretary of the Islamist Dawa Organization, which was created by the terrorist-designated Sudan government and is tied to the Muslim Brotherhood.
President Obama claims he is a Christian, though polls show many Americans don’t believe him, and for good reason. He may or may not be a secret Muslim engaging in taqqiya, or lying to infidels, as many critics have suggested. But he is inarguably a supporter of Islam and Muslim issues. He has said as much on many occasions.
The questions that have always been most troublesome about Obama are those involving the truth about his past, including the many allegations of falsified records and his connections to the Saudi royal family and the Muslim Brotherhood.
In any event, his support for the Muslim Brotherhood, like his preference for Muslim culture in general, is obvious and inarguable.
And lurking in the shadows of the Muslim Brotherhood’s activities has always been the Nazi connection.
There are some conclusions that might be drawn regarding our president in light of the Brotherhood’s history, though many people might not accept them. At the very least, however, there are serious concerns here and the sneaking feeling that some seven decades after WWII, the United States may be in far worse trouble than we would care to believe.