Skip to comments.The Old Right/New Left/Neo-Nazi Alliance
Posted on 10/15/2011 11:34:22 AM PDT by Absolutely Nobama
How much difference is there, really, between the far-Left, the far-Right, and overt white supremacists? How do the public stances of Michael Moore, Pat Buchanan, and David Duke compare? Proponents of both extreme views now think and sound so much alike, they sound like soulmates. Somehow these fringe characters have moved so far around the edges that they have arrived at the same territory, spouting identical positions in copycat rhetoric on such issues as Iraq, the broader War on Terror, and the Jewish state of Israel.
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Note: I disagree with the author's use of the term "far-right" in the article. It's best to describe the views of Lew Rockwell, and Pat Buchanan as leftist. (Why else do think Pat Buchanan is on PMSNBC ?)
That’s what happens when you don’t denazify the enemy and let him go underground (denazification stopped in 1947 abruptly and was never resumed). They’re all over the place now, just wearing different masks.
Maybe the best measure of leftism is whether or not a person supports Israel.
Occupy Wall St....Ron Paul’s supporters....All sounding like the Nazis before the Seizure of Power....
Not at all. The best measure of leftism is sounding like a leftist, which Lew Rockwell, Pat Buchanan, and Ron Paul do on a consistent basis.
Something to think about, though.
The Nazi movement was never far right. The racism was a community organizing technique, no different from the Black Power movement. I don’t think that anyone would presume to refer to the Black power movement as far right.
I don’t think Pat is a leftist. He is a strong Catholic and does still hold some Conservative views. I would classify him as more a Populist, which really isn’t anything to be proud about.
One of the differences is that David Duke is a kook in our eyes, while Michael Moore is a hero in their’s. The moral equivalency comparison between the “far right” and the “far left” doesn’t jive. Their nuts are a lot more destructive, dangerous, and popular than our nuts are.
Pitchfork Pat stated years ago that the left and right were natural allies. Thanks Absolutely Nobama.
The “far-Right” is pro-white racist. The “far-Left” is anti-white racist Where they meet is racism — and they both hate Jews.
-—The far-Right is pro-white racist.-—
No it’s not. It’s pro small government.
In my humble opinion, leftism and populism go hand in hand. Some of the worst atrocities in world history were done in the name of the “working man”, AKA the “proletariat”. (The French Revolution, the Russian Revolution, Nazi Germany, Chairman Mao.....)
Do I expect to see Pitchfork Pat in a Che T-shirt any time soon ? No. I just find that it telling that Pukechanan and Lew Rockwell hold the some of the same views as the far-left and support RuPaul who happens to be running for the Republican nomination.
In case you haven’t noticed, I’m not a Ron Paul fan.
The Nazis were never far right, but they were racist. Their racism was used as a community organizing technique.
Socialists (actually fascists ) cannot be far right and far left at the same time.
Please see my disclaimer at #1.
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