|If it walks like a nazi and acts like a nazi, well, damn, maybe it is a nazi|
For those of you who like to call those of us who oppose the current Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad lackeys of imperialism and the like, I would like to now return the favor.
As the article below demonstrates many western fascists, nazis, racists and other assorted trogolytes are supporting the regime of Mr. al-Assad.
Probably not surprising that fascists and their ilk would support the Ba'athists. After all, as we all know one of the principal founder of the Party was a fellow by the name of Zaki al-Arsuzi. This founder and theoretician said, that both fascism and Nazism were a great influence on him. An associate of al-Arsuzi wrote: "We were racists. We admired the Nazis. We were immersed in reading Nazi literature and books that were the source of the Nazi spirit...We were the first who thought of a translation of Mein Kampf. Another founder of the Party, Michel Aflaq was also an admirer of Hitler. He admired Hitler ,for the same reason many of Assad's supporters on the "left" admire him, because he stood up to the USA and Britain.
You are all apparently allies of racists, fascists, and neo nazis. I mean since you are lineing up behind regime that thinks it is okay to hob nob and seek support from such, and which appears to have been founded on principles like those of the German National Socialists, well, "so"s your old man."
Of course, I don't really think you all are a pack of nazi lovers, not really, but I do grow weary of being called a zionist and an imperialist every time I open my mouth in opposition to some brutal thug somewhere that likes to pretend opposition to the USA and likes to pretend to be some heroic defender of "the people" while usually killing and oppressing "the people," and likes to pretend to be anti imperialist and anti-capitalist while stomping on legitimate communists and other anti-capitalists at home, and offering up some version of capitalism or state capitalism as an economic model. What a laugh?
So back off...
The following is from lib.com.