MAYNARD: The Anti-Fascism Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
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By Curt Maynard
Iâ€™ll be darned if Sean Penn didnâ€™t say something the other night on CNNâ€™s Larry King Live that made a great deal of sense. As a rule Mr. Penn and I donâ€™t see eye to eye on many things, but I couldnâ€™t help but be pleasantly surprised to see Penn, the son of a Jewish father and Irish Catholic mother catch Larry King momentarily off guard when he quoted the old Kingfish Huey Long. Penn said, â€œWell, in 1932 Huey Long said something very interesting. It was, ‘Fascism will come to America, but likely under another name, perhaps anti-fascism.’â€ The look on Kingâ€™s face was priceless, for a moment he was speechless, he finally managed a few words just before going to a commercial break, â€œWe’ll dwell on that for a minute,â€ he said with a perplexed look on his face.
Of course King never returned to that particular comment, nope, something like that hits way too close to home. For the better part of fifty years Larry King [born Lawrence Harvey Zeiger] has done his absolute best to convince Americans that â€œanti-Fascismâ€ is the heart of the greatest American ideal, that as the polar opposite of fascism it must always be good, whereas fascism is always bad, and should forever be equated with Hitler, the Nazis and of course the holocaust. And in one unguarded moment, this half-Jewish co-ethnic of Kingâ€™s goes and gives the whole thing away, on national television, honestly noting that there isnâ€™t a dime’s worth of difference between two types of totalitarianism, even if the current perpetrator may have once been its victim.
What difference does it really make if oneâ€™s ideas and inherent right to express them are suppressed openly as they might be under a so-called â€œfascist system,â€ or covertly as they are in our current system, which likes to masquerade as a government with the greatest respect for its constituencies civil and constitutional rights, a modern democracy it likes to refer to itself as, but yet when it comes to expressing an idea that doesnâ€™t jibe with the status quoâ€™s view of things, suppression and persecution are in order. It happens every day in the United States, Canada and Europe. If someone takes a stand and the ruling elite doesnâ€™t like it, that individual will be made to pay a stiff price, to serve as an example to others, often this happens with the full support and collusion of the misinformed public. In Europe they throw people in prison for questioning certain aspects of the holocaust â€“ donâ€™t believe me? Perhaps you should do a google search on Ernst Zundel, David Irving, Germar Rudolf, Siegfried Verbeke, Horst Mahler, Sylvia Stolz, and hundreds of others. Canadaâ€™s approach is slightly different, but with the same results, instead of charging historical revisionists with â€œdefaming the memory of the dead,â€ as they do in Europe, they charge them criminally with a â€œhate crime,â€ or drag them into the courts and force them to engage in expensive litigation to avoid a lengthy prison sentence. The alleged modern democratic nation of Canada held one historical nonconformist, Ernst Zundel, in solitary isolation, in a maximum security institution no less, for two years without charging him with a crime, just because he dared to question a few details associated with a relatively brief moment in time, when time itself is considered in its totality, the years 1939 through 1945, and what really happened during those years in Nazi Germany.
Any relatively intelligent and inquisitive person might wonder about some of these details too â€“ for example, six million Jews allegedly died during the holocaust. Initially, four million of these Jews were said to have been gassed to death at Auschwitz. For decades a plaque commemorating their deaths sat on the Auschwitz grounds for all to see. Presidents, Prime Ministers, Popes and Ambassadors paid homage to it, diligently pointing out during their photo-op the dangers of fascism. The plaque read â€œFour million people suffered and died here at the hands of the Nazi murderers.â€ Today a different plaque commemorates those that died at Auschwitz; the old sign was quietly replaced in 1990. The new one claims that â€œabout one and a half million men, women and children,â€ were killed by the Nazis. Iâ€™m not a mathematician, but I do know there is a numerical difference of two and a half million between four million and one and a half million. The Zionists know it too, but the difference between them and Ernst Zundel, is that the Zionists donâ€™t want you to know about the change in plaques and Zundel does. It is for this reason that Zundel was illegally arrested in the United States on the pretext of a missed immigration hearing. It is for this reason that Zundel, a white European Christian, without any history of criminal behavior or terrorism, was illegally deported, without due process, from the United States and held in a Canadian maximum security prison without any criminal charge as a â€œthreat to Canadaâ€™s National Security.â€ Can you believe his case is really this petty and simple? Can you? Well it is, itâ€™s just that simple, Zundel questions certain aspects of a story that doesnâ€™t add up, and for that reason and no other he now sits in a German prison facing five additional years. The charge he faces in Germany, i.e. â€œdefaming the memory of the dead,â€ has a five-year sentence attached to it and the so-called modern democratic German government doesnâ€™t intend to give him any credit for the three and a half years heâ€™s already spent languishing in prison. Talk about vicious â€“ itâ€™s all about making an example of Zundel, albeit cryptically, but it still amounts to the same thing – an attempt to frighten any other dissidents or skeptics into silence, fascist principles to be sure, doled out by our so-called modern anti-fascist governments.
In what has become the normalcy of our modern schizophrenic approach to democracy, we believe we can force other nations to embrace the â€œdemocratic process,â€ but when they actually exercise those princliples and elect rulers our government doesnâ€™t like, our government then believes the results should be null and void â€“ in other words democracy is only good if the people democratically elect representatives our government approves of. If that isnâ€™t a schizophrenic view, I donâ€™t know what is. The very same thing happened in Germany after the Second World War, but the Americans found a much more willing and compliant group of people in Europe than they are finding in the Middle East at present. A perfect example of this logic, or lack thereof, at work can be seen in a recent Reuters article by Erik Kirschbaum entitled â€œFar Right Wins Seats in German Assembly.â€ Without so much as noting the irony associated with his article, Kirschbaum details the fact that the far right in Germany â€œwon 7.2 percent of the vote in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, a northeastern state on the Baltic Sea which borders Poland,â€ in a democratic election. In the very next sentence Kirschbaum quotes â€œDieter Graumann, vice president of the Central Council for Jews in Germany, who told Reuters, â€œThe [German] government must look for ways to impose a ban,â€ on the political party that the German people had just democratically elected.
As noted above, Kirschbaum doesnâ€™t even attempt to tone down Graumannâ€™s obviously undemocratic statement, he just puts it out there for all to see, but he does it in such a way as to hide its true implications, which is that democracy is great as long as you elect who the Zionists want you to elect. Unlike the Iraqi people and their democratically elected government, which apparently cannot be cowed, there is a distinct possibility that the German government will outlaw or ban its competitors, damn the voters, they have attempted it before, as evidenced by Kirschbaumâ€™s article, in which he notes that Jewish groups intended to call upon the â€œfederal government to renew its bid to ban the party after a previous attempt failed.â€
So in the name of anti-fascism, because the German far right is perceived to be fascist, the anti-fascists are more than willing to embrace fascist principles in order to deprive the German people of their democratic right to elect their own representatives â€“ now if that isnâ€™t twisted and downright undemocratic, I donâ€™t know what is.
Wake up America, you are being deceived. Fascism HAS arrived in America, and the rest of the western world, and it IS parading about as anti-Fascism, just as Huey Long predicted seventy-four years ago.