Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood criticizes country’s military ahead of rival rallies on holiday

In this image released by the Delegation of European Union in Egypt, Egyptian Minister of Defense, Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, right, meets with High Representative of the European Union, Catherine Ashton in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013. (AP Photo/Pedro Costa Gomes, Delegation of European Union in Egypt)

In this image released by the Delegation of European Union in Egypt, Egyptian Minister of Defense, Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, right, meets with High Representative of the European Union, Catherine Ashton in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013. (AP Photo/Pedro Costa Gomes, Delegation of European Union in Egypt)

October 3, 2013

(SOURCE) CAIRO – Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood on Thursday sharply criticized the military for ousting the country’s Islamist president, comparing its rule to that of Adolf Hitler or Roman emperor Nero — remarks likely to stoke tensions ahead of rival rallies by supporters and opponents of the former leader.

The criticism was particularly stinging, even by Brotherhood standards. The group has delivered successive anti-military pronouncements in the three months since Mohammed Morsi, Egypt’s first freely elected president and one of the group’s longtime leaders, was toppled in a popularly-backed military coup.

Since Morsi’s July 3 ouster, the country’s military-backed government has moved against the Brotherhood, banning the group, seizing its assets and arresting hundreds of its supporters.

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Islam Growing in Strength and Numbers

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Commentary by:  Gordon King

Islam is on the rise.  Muslims continue their murderous rampage around the globe without anyone to stop them.  Or should I say without anyone “willing” to stop them. 

I wonder if Christians around the world were committing the same violent acts against Muslims, if the world would stay quiet?

Islam is growing in strength and numbers day by day, bit by bit.  That is how it is done.  A little at a time.  Just like how here in America, the government is taking away our freedoms, bit by bit, one day at a time.  They both do things in a similar manner.  Nothing is accomplished in huge chunks, but in small bits and pieces.  Like when you are saving to purchase a large item or save for your retirement.  You don’t save it all at once, you put away small amounts, day by day, one bit at a time until you have achieved your goal.

Isn’t that how Adolf Hitler started out, bit by bit, piece by piece?

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‘Progressives’ shocked: One of their own a Nazi?

Marisa Martin describes blatant hypocrisy in flap over Charles Krafft

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“I love the smell of blood on the snow,” Slovenian rocker Peter Mlakar revealed to Charles Krafft in 1998. “If I could bottle that scent, I’d create a new fragrance for the 21st century and call it forgiveness.”

Krafft wasn’t offended by Mlakar’s flippant dismissal of bloodshed as they gazed at the bombed out ruins of an Olympic village from the recent Balkan war. In fact, it merely inspired him for yet another series of Nazi- and genocide-themed art he’s been producing for years.

Seattle’s “bad-boy” artist, Krafft was slow but just beginning to achieve recognition in the art world after years of labor as a self-taught and meandering artist. During a trip to Eastern Europe (1995) with members of industrial rock band Laibach and Slovenian art collective NSK, Krafft met with black market arms dealers and picked up a few Kalashnikovs and AK-47s.

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Nazi-obsessed father who named son Adolf Hilter still fighting for custody in New Jersey

Heath Campbell’s ex-wife tells horrifying tale of beatings and abuse against their children as the Nazi-crazed father on public assistance fights to regain visitation rights to see Hons Heinrich, Adolf Hitler, Aryan Nation and Honz­lynn Jeannie.

Nazi-lover Heath Campbell talks outside his Holland, N.J. home Wednesday, with Hitler-inspired tattoos on full display.

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Nazi-lover Heath Campbell talks outside his Holland, N.J. home Wednesday, with Hitler-inspired tattoos on full display.

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Long before he started idolizing Adolf Hitler, Heath Campbell was a wife-beating tyrant who was obsessed with the devil, the Daily News has learned.

An ex-wife of Campbell, who marched into a New Jersey courthouse last week in full Nazi regalia, says he was a hubby from hell.

Literally.

“He claimed that his mother was raped and he was the evil seed planted inside her,” Cathy Bowlby told The News. “He believed he was the devil reborn to take over the world.”

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Did Adolf Hitler Really Take Away Guns?

Yes, Hitler Really Did Take the Guns Before Throwing Jews into Concentration Camps (or Gas Chambers)

J. D. Heyes
Natural News
March 26, 2013

They say those who learn nothing from history are doomed to repeat it, but then again, sometimes repeating history is exactly the point, as longtime anti-gun Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s new “assault weapons ban” planned legislation for early next year proves.

Parade of SA troops pass Hitler, September 1935, via Wikimedia Commons

Feinstein, a California Democrat, was instrumental in enacting a similar piece of legislation in 1994; with the help of President Clinton and Democratic majorities in both Houses of Congress, that ban lasted a decade before being allowed to expire by a Republican-controlled Congress in 2004.

But her current measure would go much further and, in many ways, actually mirrors anti-gun measures enacted nearly 75 years ago by Nazi leader Adolph Hitler, in a bid to disarm a particular ethnic group he loathed.

This is gun control redux

Prior to 1938, when Hitler’s new restrictions were put in place, the earlier Weimar Republic government had already enacted gun registration. “The laws adopted by the Weimar Republic intended to disarm Nazis and Communists were sufficiently discretionary that the Nazis managed to use them against their enemies once they were in power,” says Clayton Cramer, author of the book Firing Back, as told to the website The Straight Dope. So what Hitler essentially did was strengthen existing German law (which was aimed primarily at preventing Jews from being armed).

And that is the all-important difference. Bernard E. Harcourt, writing for the University of Chicago Law School and Political Science Department, notes:

If you read the 1938 Nazi gun laws closely and compare them to earlier 1928 Weimar gun legislation – as a straightforward exercise of statutory interpretation – several conclusions become clear. First, with regard to possession and carrying of firearms, the Nazi regime relaxed the gun laws that were in place in Germany at the time the Nazis seized power. Second, the Nazi gun laws of 1938 specifically banned Jewish persons from obtaining a license to manufacture firearms or ammunition. Third, approximately eight months after enacting the 1938 Nazi gun laws, Hitler imposed regulations prohibiting Jewish persons from possessing any dangerous weapons, including firearms.

The point was, Hitler had it in for the Jews, so he first disarmed them before carrying out his murderous campaign against them. And, unable to resist, millions died.

“In Germany, firearm registration helped lead to the holocaust,” National Rifle Association executive vice president Wayne LaPierre wrote in his book, “Gun, Crimes and Freedom.”

Nothing new under the sun

Here are some key aspects of the 1938 law:

– Police permission was required to own a handgun;

– All firearms had to be registered;

– Any Germans who enjoyed shooting bolt-action rifles were told to join the army “if they wished to shoot ‘military’ rifles,” writes LaPierre, in his book;

– The Nazi regime “also enacted the “Regulations against Jews’ possession of weapons” within the days of Kristallnacht – the ‘night of broken glass’ – when stormtroopers attacked synagogues and Jews throughout Germany,” he wrote;

– Firearms registration lists were used to identify (and persecute) gun owners (bear in mind that a New York newspaper just published the names and addresses of legal handgun permit holders after obtaining them via a Freedom of Information Act request, because permit holders by the very nature of obtaining the permit had to be registered [http://www.naturalnews.com/038479_gun_owners_New_York_newspaper.html]).

Let’s compare these Nazi-era gun control requirements to what Feinstein is proposing. As posted on her Senate website, her legislation would:

– Ban the sale, transfer, importation or manufacture of 120 specifically-named firearms;

– “Certain other semiautomatic rifles, handguns, shotguns that can accept a detachable magazine and have one or more military characteristics;”

– “Semiautomatic rifles and handguns with a fixed magazine that can accept more than 10 rounds;”

– Require that currently owned weapons that would be grandfathered in nevertheless be registered under the National Firearms Act;

– Require a background check of any owner and/or transferee;

– Provide the government with the type and serial number of the weapon;

– Require a photograph and fingerprint to be on file with the government;

– “Dedicated funding for [Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives] to implement registration” of firearms (keep in mind the BATF is the federal agency responsible for launching “Operation Fast and Furious,” in which federal agents supplied thousands of weapons Feinstein wants to ban to Mexican drug gangs, several of which have since been tied to the murders of Mexican citizens and U.S. federal agents [http://www.naturalnews.com]).

What we’ve seen before, we may see again

It doesn’t take a genius (or conspiracy theorist) to figure out the parallels between Nazi gun control laws and some of the same provisions being pushed by Feinstein. Understanding that our country is not a totalitarian state (yet), Feinstein and other gun-controllers like President Obama, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and others all know they have to take a longer, more measured approach to disarming the U.S. public, that they can’t just mandate it overnight.

But make no mistake, new gun control laws like those being proposed are nothing more than rehashed mandates dredged up from the past, with similar intentions: To make political opponents and the masses less powerful and less able to resist.

This article was posted: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at 11:50 am

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