According to the Jerusalem Post, a group of political activists have ‘announced plans to set up a local version of the Nazi party.’ One would think that this story, the latest evidence that the Arab Spring is rife with anti-semitic sentiment, would turn some heads here in America. After all, we claim to be the biggest supporter and ally of Israel, despite recent comments made by The President. Why are we ignoring old hatreds?
“The founding member of the new Egyptian Nazi party is Emad Abdel Sattar. He says the party would bring together prominent figures from the Egyptian society. The party's founding deputy is a former military official. The party believes investing all powers in the president after selecting him or her carefully, adding that the preparations are underway to choose the most competent person to represent the new Egyptian Nazi party,” Glenn said.
“It is breathtaking how far ahead of the curve we have been on this since, what, since November of last year? We have almost nailed this thing in advance when it didn't make sense. We have just said these things and put these things out there and told you the curve of the Earth,” Glenn said, noting the accuracy of his predictions over the past few months.
“How did we go from a nation that understood good versus evil just a few years ago to now when you hear hundreds of thousands of people in many countries chanting ‘Kill the Jews’ that we don't even recognize it; it's not even a blip on the radar? How is that happening? Just as it happened in Europe at the turn of the century bit by bit, slowly, slowly. And you learn to dismiss it.”
“There is no greater goal than to be the righteous among the nations. We must be those people. We must be those people. Barack Obama will say, well, we have a responsibility to protect. That's why we're going into NATO, et cetera, et cetera. I'm sorry. But the destruction of Israel is the destruction of the West: Hate the Jew, hate the capitalist, take them both out.”
“We did promise we would never let it happen again. We did promise. We did promise. And I don't know about you but they will have to come through me. And if it means they come through me and then they get me and the Jew, well, sobeit. I would rather die trying to protect someone. I would rather die trying to be righteous than cower, than to turn a blind eye and have my children say, how did you not see it? I see it. If you choose not to see it, that's fine. But you know, you know in your heart of hearts. You may not want to make the sacrifice. You may not want to admit it. You may want to think that this will all go away, but it never does. There's no more noble goal, none more. Than to be the righteous among the nations,” Glenns said.
“The Nazi party is forming in Egypt and they have just opened the border in Egypt. They are no longer protecting that border.”
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