WE MUST REMEMBER THAT IN IRAN WE ARE DEALING WITH A TRUE FASCIST MOVEMENT
It is based on antisemitism, hatred of Jews. Along with that it is based on the Islam programme of conquering the world for Islam.
When Islam emerged it was not a Fascist movement because we insist that Fascism is a word to be used only in the context of Fascism as a modern and contemporary phenomenon.
Leon Trotsky wrote most about Fascism, analysing it from every angle, and insisted that Fascism was a method of rule which is connected to the historical decline of the Capitalist system.
Robert Spencer has produced a brilliant and timely book which insists that Islam as a method of thought and practice was patched together as a system AFTER the Arab conquests. It was quite specific to those conquests.
But everything changes and adapts to new circumstances.
Iran and Islam must be connected consciously to the present terminal decline in world capitalism
There are forces now emerging within capitalism itself which feel threatened by this new form of Iranian/Hamas/Hizbullah fascism. It depends on Israel to act and on the Jews to act to defend themselves.
The key, and the difficult part for Israel and the Jews, is that they must act on many fronts. Israel is threatened on all of these fronts.
- Obama who is essentially antisemitic and who also puts his electioneering before the safety of millions of Jews
- The Power’s programme of “Responsible to Protect” which is also the source of the New Fascism
The following notes by Debka make it clear that there ARE forces in the world feeling seriously threatened by Iran Fascism. But Israel must act and we on the outside must stand up and be counted in defence of the Jews once more:
DEBKAfileExclusive Report April 26, 2012, 5:30 PM (GMT+02:00)
Israel Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu acted Thursday, April 26, to correct the damaging impression of divided and uncertain perceptions of the Iranian nuclear threat left by statements delivered in the last two days by himself and Defense Minster Ehud Barak.
Israel’s chief of staff Gen. Benny Gantz rallied to the task with an unambiguous comment that “other countries have readied their armed forces for a potential strike against Iran’s nuclear sites to keep Tehran from acquiring nuclear weapons. The military force is ready. Not only our forces but other forces as well,” he said without elaborating.
“We all hope it will not be necessary to use this force, but we are absolutely sure of its existence.”
debkafile reports from Washington that Gen. Gantz’s words were seen in US official circles as the strongest affirmation yet from Jerusalem that Israel has partners for a direct attack on Iran’s nuclear sites.
It was also an attempt by the chief of staff to erase the question mark he placed in a previous comment over Iran’s resolve to attain a nuclear weapon.
Wednesday, April 25, debkafile reported widespread criticism on the Israeli street and in military circles of the mixed and conflicting messages coming from top officials with regard to the Iranian peril. Netanyahu also responded to the criticism in person by declaring in a TV interview, “Iran hasn’t stopped its program …the centrifuges are spinning as we speak.”