Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Parallels in History

Cross-posted by Gary Fouse

Adolf Hitler in Nuremberg 1934

Anjem Choudary in the UK

Mein Kampf in original German

Mein Kampf (Jihad) in Arabic-Still a best seller in the Middle East

Nazi/Communist street brawl-pre 1933

Malmo, Sweden, 2008

Der Stuermer, anti-Semitic Nazi newspaper

Muslim Student Union poster at UC-Irvine May 2008

Germany, April 1, 1933- "Germans, turn away. Don't buy from Jews"

"O' ye that believe, take not Jews and Christians as your friends and protectors" (Qur'an, Surah 5:54.)

Nuremberg Rally

Hamas rally

Neville Chamberlain (Peace in our time) 1938

Archbishop of Canterbury ("UK must accept Shariah law")

German army enters Paris

Paris riots

Denmark under German occupation

Danish flag burning (over Danish cartoons)

London bomb shelter, World War II

London subway bombings 2005

Hitler and Franco (Spain)

Madrid train bombing 2004

Ann Frank (Netherlands)

Netherlands, Dutch film maker, Theo van Gogh

Auschwitz oven

"Go back to the ovens! You need a bigger oven!" Muslim woman shouting at Jewish counter-demonstrators last week in Ft Lauderdale, Florida

And where does it all end?

Berlin 1945



  1. Hitler is a great hero in the Arab world. Yet Hitler is gone and discredited. That should be a lesson for them. It is a shame that they can't learn from history.

  2. I noted some videos to compare at this blogger's web site today. If you haven't seen the comparison, you might like to take a look.