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Wednesday, October 31, 2007 

Why neo-fascist movements in Europe may have monopoly on Islamist issue

I have followed some more about the worrisome rise of political parties with shady and questionable credentials such as the BNP, Vlaams Belang and Sweden Democrats on sites like Hot Air and Little Green Footballs, and there's more available here and here. And frankly, I can only conclude that these parties are no better than the Front National in France, which thankfully ran out of luck in the last parliamental election. But there's reasons why the three other political movements may rise to more power if someone doesn't start showing more common sense in Belgium, Sweden and the UK.

Because little to no influential politicians are willing to come forward and take up the issue of Islamic extremism in these specific countries in Europe, that's why many people could end up being driven to vote for these racists in disguise. And the BNP, Vlaams Belang and Sweden Democrats are likely to learn from Jean-MarieDhimmi Le Pen's mistakes and not cut deals with the Islamists the way he did, certainly not out in the open.

Nicholas Sarkozy did the right thing to take up the harder issues in France, because for awhile, Le Pen had been monopolizing the subjects. But in other European countries, it's less certain, and that's just one of the things that enables these potential neo-nazi groups in polished disguises to seize control of vital issues...and lay out the groundswork for disaster.

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