While historians find it difficult to discuss subjects deemed to be politically incorrect, there is little doubt that in their short-lived empire the Nazis were experts in the arts of supremacy and extremism, according to the non-profit national security think-tank, the Clarion Project.
The Nazi ideology and methods such as controlling a nation’s communications with precision propaganda continues even in the 21st Century to inspire numerous groups who imitate Nazi methods to wreak terror on the world. While many within the military establishment, the intelligence community and federal, state and local law enforcement agencies don’t believe a nexus exists between Nazism and today’s jihadis, the Nazi relationship with radical Islamists is a very real concern dating back to the rise of Adolf Hitler.
Actually, historically, the relationship between the Nazis and jihadis stretches back to the 1930’s as Middle Eastern and North African nations threw off their yokes with European nations. One of the sore points the new millennium was the history of Muslims in Kosovo during World War ll cooperating with Nazi Germany’s military especially when it came to killing Jews and those Serbians who were anti-Nazi.
This past weekend, Americans celebrated the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I also known as “The Great War” (November 11, 1918). The armistice left the German people seething under the harsh conditions of the Treaty of Versailles and so that nation was ripe for a mad — and gifted politician — like Adolf Hitler to stir up the German people into accepting and supporting national socialism.
Extremism was allowed to spread among the German people who viewed it as a recipe to regain power and make Germany victorious once again. According to officials at the Clarion Project, It’s smart for today’s security-complex to understand the strategy employed by the Nazi regime and the jihadists that contributed to the terrible destruction of warfare and to the Jewish Holocaust of World War II and its empowerment of radical Islam.
Islam’s Muslim Brotherhood was founded in Egypt in 1928 by Hassan al-Banna, a 22 year old Muslim who admired Hitler ‘s hatred of the Jews and persistently wrote to Hitler to express his admiration and his desire for Hitler’s Nazi Party to collaborate with Islam.
Clarion’s award-winning films, seen by more than 125-million people, expose how radical Islamists use terrorism, murder, subjugation of women, indoctrination of children, religious persecution, genocide of minorities, widespread human rights abuses, nuclear proliferation and cultural jihad — to threaten the West.
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