It is no surprize that current day liberalism, inspired by Alinsky, would espouse a similar worldview on religion to that of Hitler, with despise for Christians and reverence for Islam.
Before immigrating, one must swear to have not belonged to the Nazies. If Hillary displays a language subscribing to Nazism, then her views on illegals would make her partner in importing Nazies. It is not unusual to see latino immigrants raising their hand to Hitler or making up 100% of the roster of KKK chapters in the Midwest, aka MEChA in demonstrations for open borders. The Examiner hints on what is a good immigrant for Hillary.
From the Examiner:
In the wake of the Sept. 11, 2012 massacre in Benghazi, Libya … Clinton … was quick to blame the attacks on an obscure … YouTube video offensive to Muslims … Clinton [qualified] the video as “disgusting and reprehensible,” vehemently denouncing such an offense to “a great religion.”
Further elaborating on her Alinsky violence conversion thinking, she advocated violence on Christians.
When Clinton was First Lady, gearing up for [a] New York State Senate seat … she went against … Mayor Rudy Giuliani … at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. An exhibition there featured a “topless woman as the centerpiece” for The Last Supper as well as a depiction of the Virgin Mary smeared in elephant dung, pornographic pictures attached. Giuliani objected to taxpayer money being used to fund [this]
How parallel is Hitler to Hillary, and more precisely Alinsky’s very language advocating violent Nazi male feminism? Dominic Green in the Wall Street Journal hints
‘It’s been our misfortune to have the wrong religion,” Hitler complained to his pet architect Albert Speer. “Why did it have to be Christianity, with its meekness and flabbiness?” Islam was a Männerreligion—a “religion of men”—and hygienic too. The “soldiers of Islam” received a warrior’s heaven, “a real earthly paradise” with “houris” and “wine flowing.” This, Hitler argued, was much more suited to the “Germanic temperament” than the “Jewish filth and priestly twaddle” of Christianity.
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