Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Heil, Grandpa!

There are a lot of ways to look at World War II, many contradictory, but also valid. One way is this: After World War I, the Central Powers were devastated. Austria fell apart completely, and Germany lost lots of territory and was being basically looted by the winners. And the latest scheme for wrecking Western Civilization, communism, was triumphant in Russia and threatening to take Germany as well. There was resistance to all this in Germany, and the most successful movements coalesced around Hitler, who imitated many of the methods of Mussolini, who had been successful at squashing the red menace in Italy. So, to a large extent, Naziism, and of course other forms of fascism, were just reactions to the attack on civilization by the communists [link]. To the communists and their liberal pimps, of course, the allies in the West fighting Naziism were just as bad as the Nazis, because they weren't communists.

After the war, the naive allies permitted the communists and their liberal pimps to operate a "denazification" program in Germany, eradicating not just Nazi ideology, but the very ideas Western Civilization is built on. We see the results today, when a German Chancellor welcomes millions of enemy saracens in to destroy the place. And that was just practice. The "denazification" process was extended all over the West in the form of Cultural Marxism and Political Correctness. Hence the quibcag, hence the following from John Derbyshire at VDare [link]:

The Brexit Vote: Nationalism v. Globalism

In last Friday’s Radio Derb I passed comment on the Brexit campaign—the upcoming referendum on whether Britain should stay in the European Union.
I noted how freely Remain propagandists have been using CultMarx cuss-words—”nativist,” “xenophobic,” “racist,” and the rest—against Leavers like UKIP leader Nigel Farage.  I added:
The brumous British air is thick with Hitler comparisons; although I imagine the oldest generation of Britons, the ones who actually fought and suffered to defeat Hitler, are solid for leaving.
Sure enough, here is a story from today’s MailOnline.
A grieving family last night revealed how their war hero father’s last words before he died were “post my Leave vote.”
Able Seaman Leonard Moore, who was a submariner during the Second World War, marked a cross in the Leave the European Union box just before being taken into hospital.
His family last night said it was his final act before he died because he loved Britain.
They said he “fought for this country until the end.”  [Grieving family reveal war veteran’s dying wish was for them to post his Leave vote because “he was fighting for this country until the end” by Larisa Brown and Daniel Martin; MailOnline, June 20 2016.]

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Quibcag: Illustrated by one of those girls from K-On! (けいおん! Keion!) 

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