NSW: Bega Valley Shire's new citizens

16 November, 2007, Bega District News:

THE Bega Valley Shire has 10 new Australians following an Australian citizenship ceremony conducted the mayor, Cr Tony Allen, last week.

The newest citizens are Wolumla's Pat Bailey (United Kingdom), Caroline Cochrane (England) and Jeweleen Underwood (Fiji), Pambula's Vanessa Bliss (United Kingdom), Eden's David Catus (USA), and Pat Robin (New Zealand), Tarraganda's Tony Jarman (United Kingdom), Bermagui's Mark Whiting (United Kingdom), Quaama's Wilhelmina Van Horssen (Netherlands) and Tura Beach's Vanessa Maloney (England) ...
Now that's what a compatible immigration program should look like.
Well, almost.


Anonymous said...

That is disgusting.

You and hitler have alot in common

Abandon Skip said...

Yep, I confess, every morning I wake up, click my heels, and kiss his picture. Meanwhile, back on planet Earth, let's see who really does have Nazi sympathies:

Hitler book bestseller in Turkey:

Adolf Hitler's autobiography, Mein Kampf, has become a bestseller in Turkey - sparking fears of growing anti-Semitic feelings in the country.

The book has sold more than 50,000 copies since January.

[ain't Turkey 99% Muslim? didn't it just elect an Islamist government and president?]

Aussie PM Howard compares Iran to Nazi Germany:

Prime Minister John Howard was among three world leaders who today said an Iranian bill, which reportedly would force non-Muslims to wear coloured badges in public, was akin to Nazi Germany.

Islam’s Nazi Connections
By Serge Trifkovic

One of the good things one can truthfully say about Islam is that there has never been any love lost between Moslems and Marxists. Sadly, the opposite end of the totalitarian political spectrum is quite another matter. SS chief Heinrich Himmler was known to remark that he regretted that Germany had adopted Christianity, rather than "warlike" Islam, as its religion, and there is a disturbing amount of twisted but very real logic in his remark. Beyond the obvious dislike of a certain other religion, we have the plain fact that both Nazism and Islam both openly aim at world conquest. Both demand the total subordination of the free will of the individual – the very word "Islam" means submission in Arabic. Both are explicitly anti-nationalist and believe in the liquidation of the nation-state in favor of a "higher" community: in Islam the umma or community of all believers; in Nazism the herrenvolk or master race. Both believe in undemocratic leadership by a privileged knower of an absolute, eternal, and ultimately mystical truth: the caliph or führer respectively ...

The Nazis managed to recruit some Moslems directly. Several Moslem SS divisions were raised: the Skanderbeg Division from Albania, the Handschar Division from Bosnia, and smaller units from throughout the Moslem world from Chechnya to Uzbekistan were incorporated into the German armed forces in one capacity or another. This was only taking the first step in Heinrich Himmler’s planned grand alliance between Nazi Germany and the Islamic world ...

The contemporary heirs to the Nazi view of Judentum are not the handful of powerless skinheads and Aryan Nation survivalists. They are schools, religious leaders, and mainstream intellectuals in the Moslem, meaning primarily Arab, world. Quite apart from the ups and downs of the misnamed "peace process" in the Middle East, quite apart from the more or less bellicose posture towards the government of Israel, the crude way they actively demonize all Jews as such is startling ...

The second most influential Egyptian daily is Al-Akhbar, which went a step further on April 18, 2001: "Our thanks go the late Hitler who wrought, in advance, the vengeance of the Palestinians upon the most despicable villains on the face of the earth. However, we rebuke Hitler for the fact that the vengeance was insufficient."

It is hard to imagine hatred more vitriolic than that which reproaches the Nazis for not completing the Final Solution more thoroughly. What is remarkable is not that such sentiments exist, but that they are freely circulated in the mainstream media and internalized by the opinion-making elite throughout the Moslem world. In the same league, we find the claim that the Holocaust in fact never happened and that the Jews and Israelis are the real Nazis is regularly made. The Jewish-Nazi theme is a favorite of Arab caricaturists, some of whom use the swastika interchangeably with the Star of David, or juxtapose them. Graphic depiction of the Jews appear to have been lifted directly from the pages of the notorious old Nazi newspaper Der Stürmer (The Stormtroooper.)

A final tidbit: it is no accident that a number of Nazi war criminals found refuge in Moslem nations. Take the notorious Otto Skorzeny, an SS officer who led the rescue of Mussolini from captivity, was described by the OSS, predecessor to the CIA, as "the most dangerous man in Europe," and later found service under General Nasser in Egypt. There were others.

Thankfully, the Nazis of course lost WWII and the abortive alliance between Islam and Nazism never panned out. Sadly, there exist Moslems today, not on the fringes but in the mainstream of their nations, who still view this as a great lost opportunity based on profound natural affinities.

Hitler's Legacy: Islamic antisemitism and the impact of the Muslim Brotherhood

According to journalist Richard Littlejohn, “I met a Jack the Ripper tour guide in East London who was beaten up by a group of Muslim youths, who took one look at his period costume – long black coat and black hat – and assumed he was an Orthodox Jew and therefore deserving of a kicking. They didn’t want a ‘dirty Jew’ in ‘their’ neighbourhood” ...

Some observers claim that political concessions by Israel would be enough to stop anti-Jewish hatemongering within the Arab-Islamic world. They are wrong. For Islamists, the issue at stake is not the welfare of individual Palestinians but the abolition of enlightenment, reason, and individual freedom – achievements whose spread is attributed primarily to the Jews. When even today Germans in Beirut, Damascus, and Amman are greeted with compliments for Adolf Hitler, this can hardly be Israel’s doing. When graffiti in Hampstead Garden Suburb combine swastikas with the words “kill all Jews” and “Allah” – what on earth has this to do with Zionism? Our historical excursion has, however, revealed that this combination is in no way accidental. The linkage of “kill all Jews”, “Allah” and the swastika indicates a specific ideology, one that is connected both historically and ideologically with Nazism and needs to be opposed with equal determination.

Muslim Nazi Connections - video

From Al Husseini to Hitler :Radical Islam and the Nazi connection

Islamism and Nazism: two sides of the same coin?

Swastika drawn on French Jewish woman in ‘anti-Semitic attack’

Dutch politician calls for Koran ban - like Mein Kampf:
DUTCH anti-immigration politician Geert Wilders has called for the Koran to be banned in the Netherlands, branding it a “fascist book” in the vein of Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf which legitimises violence.

Writing in Dutch daily De Volkskrant today Wilders said: “Ban this wretched book just like Mein Kampf is banned. Send a signal … to Islamists that the Koran can never, ever be used in our country as an excuse or inspiration for violence.”

If I have any heroes, there is one: Geert Wilders.

Abandon Skip said...

But wait, there's more ...

Amin Al-Husseini: the Nazi Roots of Today's Jihad