Tuesday, January 04, 2005

Israeli Traitors want to put Americans into Concentration Camps

As far as I can work out the history of this debate goes as follows.

1. Michelle Malkin.
Malkin publishes book, In Defense of Internment: The Case for Racial Profiling in World War II and the War on Terror (Regnery).

2. Daniel Pipes.
Pipes publicizes malkin's work ‘Why the Japanese Internment Still Matters’ http://www.danielpipes.org/article/2309 December 28, 2004 In this article pipes states, "She (malkin) correctly concludes that, especially in time of war, governments should take into account nationality, ethnicity, and religious affiliation in their homeland security policies and engage in what she calls "threat profiling." These steps may entail bothersome or offensive measures but, she argues, they are preferable to "being incinerated at your office desk by a flaming hijacked plane."

Pipes favors the idea of putting americans into concentration camps if they don’t support the zionist state in palestine. That pipes could publicize such an idea shows how the control of israeli traitors over the american administration is now so secure they can afford to make such brazen statements and get away with it.

3. Juan Cole.
Juan cole responded to pipes' article, "That the Revisionist-Zionist extremist Daniel Pipes has fond visions of rounding up Muslim Americans and putting them in concentration camps isn't a big surprise. That a mainstream American newspaper would publish this David-Dukeian evil is. Of course, this is also a man that President Bush appointed to a temporary vacancy at the United States Institute of Peace, after the Senate understandably balked at a regular appointment for him. Pipes's little project requires him to attempt to justify the interment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. I hope Asian-Americans realize that a key wing of the Republican Party, i.e. the Neoconservatives, wishes them ill. If the yahoos in the Red States ever start putting people in concentration camps, I think we may be assured that they won't stop with the Muslims or the Asians, and Mr. Pipes will come to have reason to regret his imprudence and, frankly, his demonic implication." (Juan Cole ‘Pipes Favors Concentration Camps’ http://www.juancole.com/2004_12_01_juancole_archive.html December 31st 2004).

4. Kurt Nimmo.
Nimmo responds to pipes with an article, ‘Concentration Camps for American Muslims?’ http://kurtnimmo.com/blog/index.php?p=479. January 2nd 2005.

Pipes really ought to publish his wonderful articles in arabic and get them delivered to each home in arabia. Then arabs/moslems would realize where they are going to end up and start attacking their american occupiers. The person to blame for stirring up this racist hatred would be that odious israeli racist. And yet again zionists would end up getting americans killed. Perhaps then they might overcome their zionist indoctrination. But then again isn’t it a little amazing that pipes and his other israeli traitors are pushing the idea of concentration camps in america and so few people on this email group protest about this out and out example of nazism.

5. Justin Raimondo.
Raimondo criticizes michelle malkin’s article, "Widespread support on the Right for internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II, touting Michelle Malkin's shoddy-to-nonexistent scholarship, with the implication that we should be contemplating the same treatment for Americans of Arab descent …"(Justin Raimondo ‘Today's Conservatives Are Fascists’ http://www.antiwar.com/justin/?articleid=4245 January 3, 2005).

He points out the views of stephen schwartz "Take, for example, the Schwartzian position on the internment controversy: writing in the Weekly Standard, Schwartz does Michelle Malkin one better by citing the internment, arrest, and evacuation of Germans and Italian-Americans during World War II as "the right way to lock up aliens."" Raimondo’s opinion of schwartz is that, "The author of The Two Faces of Islam, formerly known as "Comrade Sandalio" to his Trotskyist compadres, who converted from New Age-y secularism to Sufi cultism and now calls himself a "Muslim," is hardly representative of American conservatism in the present – but the point is that he may very well represent the future of the American Right, if present trends continue."

Raimondo concludes, "The Right hailed Michelle Malkin's widely discredited cut-and-paste "history" of the Japanese internment, and the evil Daniel Pipes has drawn a lesson from the Malkin screed and applied it to our own Muslim "problem." Schwartz is not alone in his ideologically-driven insanity: the totalitarian sickness is gnawing away at the very vitals of the American conservative movement. This cancer germinated as a result of the Right's lockstep support for the worldwide "war on terrorism," which they take to mean not just the ongoing conflict in Iraq, but a perpetual war for perpetual "peace."