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Thursday, November 01, 2007

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Islam and Democracy?

Jihadists and Islamic fascists are skilled at abusing democracy.

by Ferdinand III




Weimar Germany fell to the Nazi's due to many reasons, including economic stagnation; extreme nationalism; a victim narrative; apathy and ruthless, terrorist tactics. The singular innovation of the Nazi party was to attack its enemies using the ferocious 'brownshirts' or terrorist milita, whilst controlling democratic elections. Islamist jihadists and fascists are adept at using the same methods with the same skill to subvert pluralism; quiet 'moderates'; and develop a terror state.

The real world as well the philosophical world of Islamic doctrine makes this obvious. Islamic thinkers and leaders, those truly committed to an Islamic state, have no interest in pluralism of any variety. Islamic states are one party affairs with no democratic, party, or religious diversity or opposition. They are Nazified creations – with the added power of a melded church and state complex, something even the Nazis did not achieve. Consider some real world examples.

Saudi Arabia: This great 'ally' has no political parties whatsoever. None. Islamic Sharia law apparently solves all disputes, agitations, problems and mundane things like dissent, opinion, and choice.

Algeria: Is a state riven by war between a secularist-Muslim government and Islamic terror groups. In 1991 the FIS or Islamic Front de Salut [rather an odd name, roughly meaning, the front of good Islam], won more than 50 % of the popular vote and declared that it would ban all other parties. The secular government and military disallowed the election, which led to a civil war in which probably more than 100.000 people are dead. An offshoot of the FIS, called the GIA, is a radical and very powerful Salafist [meaning roughtly 'the way of Islam'] sect, which has declared that all political parties must be eradicated. Nice.

Sudan: In 1989 the radical Sufist-Wahabi sect the National Islamic Front seized power, abolished political parties, and instituted a terror regime. Darfur and the slaughtering of non-Arabs or darker skinned Muslims by the Arab dominated NIS is the logical result. Yet no one in the media describes Darfur as a Muslim killing ground where Arabs are eradicating non-Arab people.

Egypt: Though the radical Egyptian Brotherhood is officially banned, it captured dozens of seats in the 2006 election and stated that it would seize power and suppress all political parties. It has been waging a low level civil war against the government and civilians, including tourists, for decades.

Pakistan: Many radical Islamist parties exist and have recently been rioting and dissenting from current President Musharraf's military rule. As with parties in Bangladesh, Malaysia, Indonesia and Nigeria, these Wahabbist parties have declared that political pluralism is incompatible with a true Islamic state. Woe betide the West, if Musharraf or Bhutto are ousted by the myriad of radicalised Pakinstani Muslims.

Iraq: Sunni radicals under various banners have gained a large percentage of seats in the Iraqi parliament. The Sunni Salafists have repeatedly declared that a democratic system is incompatible with the goals of Islam and have promised a Talibanic style of governance should the Americans leave, or should they somehow acheive power.

Somalia: Now under Ethiopian occupation – the Islamic court militia of Somalia declared in 2006, that a Sharia law regime was the only acceptable form of government. To prevent this radicalisation the Ethiopians invaded, and have yet to leave. The media will inform its viewers that there is great unrest in Somalia against Ethiopian occupation. What they don't tell you, is that the radical Muslims and Salafists are responsible for the unrest, violence and perforce the occupation itself.

Iran: Khumeini and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard abolished all political plurality in 1979. Elections are held in Iran, but votes can only be cast for regime approved Islamist parties. So you can choose between various shades of black or black.

Lebanon: Hizbollah [party of Allah or god], controls most of the country outside of Beirut. It is an Iranian financed terror group dedicated to eradicating Israel and establishing a radical Baathist state in Lebanon allied with Syria. It is a great example of Nazi tactics – use a terror militia to dominate a country and kill dissenters, whilst creating a parallel political and social system to take over the nominative state. In creating a parallel state Hizbollah enjoys military and political primacy.

Al Qaeda: Radical lunatics within the Al Qaeda network have constantly declared that elections are un-Islamic and political parties unnecessary. In this Wahabbist view, only Sharia Law and Islamic conformity are necessary for society.

Hamas: Backed by Syria and Iran, Hamas won 70% of the last election's votes and constitutes the main power in 'Palestine' or Arab held territory of Israel. Hamas of course wants Israel's complete destruction. In order to achieve this they must first wage and win their internal civil war with 'moderate' Fatah, the party of current Palestinian PM Abbas. Fatah only wants to annihlate Israel through demography, whilst Hamas prefers a military genocidal solution. Hence Fatah is moderate.

Turkey: Current Prime Minister Erdogan is the head of the Virtue Party – by all accounts an Islamist party with a secular agenda. The great debate in Turkey is over the real objectives of the VP. Is it a moderate pro-Western secular force or will it gradually, as it has recently done, change the Constitution completely, to enforce an Islamic dominated state? Given the pronounced propaganda in schools and on state media, which exhorts Islamist ideals, it is rather clear that Turkey is moving away from secularism, towards some type of Islamist ideal. But don't expect the Western media to tell anyone that since Turkey is such a great 'friend'. This great 'ally' will of course at some point invade northern Iraq. Isn't that what allies do?

These are real world examples. In the real, ie. non-UN, non-EU world, Islamism, or radical fascism is a mutable and growing force. The radical Muslims are adept at using democratic processes and whatever opportunity is presented to them, to subvert plurality and freedom. Here is a question. If the Islamists are doing this around the world, what makes the chattering Marxist class, think that the Arab-Islamic groups of North America or Europe are any different?

Just a question.


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