Kurt Nimmo
May 1, 20112

AOL corporate asset the Huffington Post has posted an article insinuating that Alex Jones is linked to a flyer distributed in Michigan that features a Nazi swastika.

“The flyer pairs an image of a swastika alongside a movie cover for the film, ‘The Obama Deception,’ a ‘documentary’ by renowned right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones,” the site reports.

According to Mlive.com, the flyer was placed on parking meters in downtown Grand Rapids.

“Readers of the card are referred to a website to sign a petition that espouses tea party ideas and urges people to support Ron Paul. The views there come from a woman who claims to live in Grand Rapids, but listings for a person by the same name were disconnected or answered by people who denied knowledge of the flyer and the petition,” writes Nate Reens.

“Using direct comparisons of Obama to Nazis or other notorious political villains has been somewhat common since the president’s election,” AOL-Huffington Post explains without mentioning the fact that president Bush was often referred to in the same way by people who share HuffPo’s socialist political stance.

Comparing the Obama administration to the Nazis is, of course, misleading. It would be more accurate to portray the behavior of the federal government as fascist. The originator of modern fascism, Benito Mussolini, defined his political philosophy as corporatism (economic and political control of a nation or society by corporations). The Obama administration is dominated by corporate interests, in particular banking interests represented by Goldman Sachs. This corporatist overlay on government persists regardless of what artificially created political figure is in office, a disturbing fact so-called leftists fail to recognize when a Democrat occupies the White House.

As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton admitted in 2009, the administration takes instruction from the Council on Foreign Relations. The CFR’s globalist, one-world vision is that of the ruling elite who, as Bill Clinton’s mentor at Georgetown, Dr. Carroll Quigley, explained want “financial control in private hands” that are “able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole.”

Obama’s continual wars of aggression, his support for the NDAA, and his administration’s efforts to push forward myriad aspects of a high-tech surveillance and police state are certainly fascist.

Comparing the TSA and the Department of Homeland Security to Hitler’s Gestapo is an accurate comparison in a general sense, although Hitler’s henchmen did not possess the sort of surveillance technology now available to the present crop of control freaks. Disappearing political opponents (invariably described as terrorists), as the NDAA now allows the government to do, stands out as a hallmark of fascism.

Leftist worshippers of the state are quite predictably unable to make such distinctions. Inappropriate displays of Nazi symbols and regalia on political literature strengthen their belief that the “right” side of the political spectrum is extremist and irrational. It rarely occurs to them, until too late, that the state, despite outward artificial projections (organized mass murder in the name of “humanitarianism,” for example), invariably leads society down the primrose path to destruction.

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