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Posted on 06/05/2006 8:21:11 AM PDT by PRePublic
Neo-Nazi becomes fanatical Muslim 24/5/2006
YOU COULDN'T make it up. A leading Nazi behind the notorious Combat 18 has become a fanatical Muslim supporter of Osama bin Laden.
Aziz Z Top: Myatt's not a sharp-dressed man.
David Myatt, 51, was a self-styled "Satanic Fuhrer" who urged his neo-Nazis followers to fight a race war.
But Myatt has now swopped his worship of Adolf Hitler for al Qaida leader Osama bin Laden.
His new name is Abdul Aziz ibn Myatt and he argues that Muslims and Aryans share the same common enemy in the Jewish nation and western capitalism.
Myatt's previous publications include 1997 fascist terrorist handbook 'The Practical Guide to Aryan Revolution', which inspired the Brixton nail-bomber David Copeland.
His more recent writings include 'The Crusader War Against Islam and The Zionist Quest for World Domination', and is a regular contributor to chatrooms where he expresses support for suicide missions and urging young Muslims to take up Jihad.
Myatt has even praised the World Trade Center attacks as an act of heroism.
Gerry Gable, from anti-fascist magazine Searchlight, said: "Myatt is an ethereal character who has used numerous aliases to post messages on extremist websites.
"He is a dangerous man who has twice been jailed for his violent right-wing activities and who openly asked for blood to be spilled in the quest for white Aryan domination.
"We believe that despite his claims to be a devout Muslim he remains a deeply intellectual subversive and is still one of the most hardline Nazi intellectuals in Britain today.
"Myatt believes in the disruption of existing societies as a prelude to the creation of a new more warrior-like Aryan society which he calls the Galactic Empire.
"Now he has has simply jumped on the Islamic extremist bandwagon to further his own wish of a society divided on ethnic lines.
"He believes they have common enemies but it is his disillusionment with the ineptitude of the Nazi movement that has led to this most unholy of alliances."
Myatt was a hardline Nazi since the 1960s and Searchlight allege he was even Grand Master of a secret occult sect called the Order of the Nine Angels, which was alleged to have practised human sacrifice.
It is believed that Myatt's sudden conversion to Islam three years ago may be just a political ploy to advance his own failing anti-establishment agenda.
The Sunday Mercury has discovered that Myatt uses several online identities to post both right-wing messages on neo-Nazi sites and to call for the creation of a global Islamic superstate on Islamic forums.
On one site, Aryan Nation, he attempts to reconcile the differences between both extremes under the title Islamic Liaison Group dating his messages with his trademark yf (Year of the Fuhrer). On another , supporting his diatribe with claims that more than 60,000 Muslims joined Hitler's SS in the Second World War.
He also continues to publish newsletters for his own German Nazi-modelled National Socialist Movement (NSM) which counted Copeland as a branch organiser and advocated terrorist insurrection to spark a race war.
On Islamic internet discussion sites he likens the American attacks on Afghanistan and Iraq to the Allied occupation of Hitler's Nazi Germany.
Michael Whine, Chairman of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, told the Mercury: "Myatt has a long history of involvement with Nazi activity and anti-semitism.
"The fact that he has converted to Islam and allied himself with its extremist fringe is in line with the opportunist politics that have seen him dabble in Buddhism and Chinese Taoism in the past. I would advise all Muslims to have nothing to do with this man."
But Sheikh Omar Bakri, leader of the extremist Al Muhajiroun organisation, said: "I am very keen to meet up with him as we both share a lot in common and I am sure he can help the Islamic cause."
bump for later
Sounds like he'll fit right in.
It's like a career change for Madonna: skank becomes ho.
Not much of a leap.
Exactly, it's "dog bites man" ,not "man bites dog".
Well, if you get tired of following a dead man from many years ago, you can always find a more recent model. But if the Left is correct, shouldn't he be picking the President as his role model?
They're both in the same bed.
Would Hitler "tolerate" this white Muslim?
This is like saying left becomes port, or right becomes starboard. Where's the news?
Why should this be a surprise to anyone? It's not a big step. The radical Arabs were the Nazi's biggest supporters in the Middle East both in WWI and WWII.
Hitler and the Jihadis got along well.
Check some of the articles under this keyword search:
but..but...according to Clinton, Hitler was a deranged Christian!!
I guess Searchlight is uncomfortable with the fact that neonazis, neostalinists like themselves and islamists all share a virulent hatred of Israel.
Not only Clinton says this. There are a number of stupid posters on FR who maintain the same fiction.
Further proof of links between Nazis and Muslims:
When "Persia" became "Iran"
This article is a part of "Persia or Iran" by Professor Ehsan Yarshater, published in Iranian Studies, Vol. XXII, No.1, 1989.
In 1935 the Iranian government requested those countries which it had diplomatic relations with, to call Persia "Iran," which is the name of the country in Persian.
The suggestion for the change is said to have come from the Iranian ambassador to Germany, who came under the influence of the Nazis. At the time Germany was in the grip of racial fever and cultivated good relations with nations of "Aryan" blood. It is said that some German friends of the ambassador persuaded him that, as with the advent of Reza Shah, Persia had turned a new leaf in its history and had freed itself from the pernicious influences of Britain and Russia, whose interventions in Persian affairs had practically crippled the country under the Qajars, it was only fitting that the country be called by its own name, "Iran." This would not only signal a new beginning and bring home to the world the new era in Iranian history, but would also signify the Aryan race of its population, as "Iran" is a cognate of "Aryan" and derived from it.
"FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (Reuters) - Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will come to Germany if the team reach the World Cup second round, coach Branko Ivankovic said on Monday"
I sure hope they loose and don't make it.
Soccer is a Nazi hotbed now. Going to the World Cup is as big a deal as the Pope going to (insert huge Cathoic country). He's going there for AFFIRMATION from his 3rd world throngs. He's playing up to the audience. He wants and is probably orchestrating behind the scenes for a huge demonstration of support to erupt. He wants to show that the majority of the world's inhabitants (poor, hopeless) line up behing him against us. Soccer is a Nazi hotbed now. This guy is going to end up being huge. Watch and see. Anti-Christ? He's going for it.
I assume you mean Germans, not Nazis. Even if you do, you're wrong. The Arabs generally fought the German-allied Turks in the Great War, and were certainly not supported by the Germans.
Why not there where Muslim SS Units
The Mufti of Jerusalem salutes the Bosnian SS division
But Myatt has now swopped his worship of Adolf Hitler for al Qaida leader Osama bin Laden.
Everything anyone needs to know about what's behind the historic link between Nazis and mohammed worshipping is contained in the articles first paragraph.
Truer words were never spoken.
When I saw the headline I expected to read about Pat Buchanan.
Also what the Nazi called "Aryan" would seem strange to us...Iranians are "Aryan" (that commonly accepted) but then the Nazi went on expedition to Tibet at the original "Aryan" homeland
The more things change to more they remain the same.
Islamo fascism and fascism have a lot in common, they were allied in WW2 of course
There were some Arabs who fought with the Allies in WWI (Lawrence of Arabia comes to mind), but the Turks were definitely allied with the Germans. In WWII, several Arab countries were on the side of the Allies, but there were some countries that didn't like the fact that Britain had taken control of Syria and Palestine, and who, if they didn't fight with the Germans, didn't fight with the Allies, either.
I'm somewhat curious to know how many members and followers you think the National Socialist German Workers' Party had during the First World War.
Ouch, that's going to leave a mark.
Communists like to perpetuate the falshood of "right-wing Nazi-ism" in order a) to distance their form of bloody-handed socialism from somebody else's form of bloody-handed socialism and b) to smear those who support policical and economic freedom (the "Right") by associating them with a discredited and defeated group.
I'm also very interested in studying the influence of Republican Party politics on the conduct of the War of 1812.
Actually, I'm interested in Halliburton's role in the Thirty Years' War.
I quite remember that Anwar Sadat during WWII was a Nazi sympathizer in Egypt.
You are mistaken. During WWII, the "Baathist" parties of Syria and Iraq were very much pro-Nazi. The Palestinians and their Grand Mufti, Hussein, actively cooperated with the Nazis and encouraged Hitler to reach the "final solution" for the Jews. Nasser and Sadat in Egypt were very much pro-Nazi as well.
Correct. But Turks aren't Arabs. You said the Arabs were supported by the Germans (actually you said Nazis) in the First World War, which is simply not correct.
That's not true, the Ba'ath Party wasn't founded until April 7, 1945, when the Soviet Red Army was in the suburbs of Berlin and the Nazis were far from a relevant presence in the Middle East. Anyway, I was actually taking exception to her remarks regarding World War I, not World War II.
Yeah, I was wrong. I was lumping the Turk in with the Arabs. I was just thinking radical:Middle East and said Arabs. There were some Arabs, in countries allied with the US & Britain, who shared the ideas of the Third Reich when it came to killing Jews, they just never got traction in their countries. All that nastiness came out in spades when those countries were freed from British rule.
I mis-spoke. I was talking about the Turks who allied with the Germans in WWI, then others in the Middle East supported the Nazis in WWII.
Not all Middle Eastern countries were as enamored of Britain and the US as others. Some countries sat out WWII, and didn't help either side, though there were plenty of Nazi sympathizers in those countries. They were angry at Britain for keeping control of Syria and Palestine after WWI, and kind of liked the idea of the Nazi 'final solution' of the Jewish problem. They're probably grandfathers of the men in Hamas in Israel, Hezbollah in Lebanon, and the Baathists in Syria.
Nazis and Jihadist make a perfect bedfellow. Many Nazis war criminals fled to the Middle East, which was just as popular as South America. They went to either Egypt, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and Palestine.
Hitler had to placate Christians, and his rhetoric was all "jobs and peace and soil," but it is my understanding that he wanted to replace Christianity with some sort of reversion to paganism. He certainly had no problem killing Christians, but always because of sedition, spreading discontent, aiding degenerates, or some other lovely pretext. In a word, he was a slick one.