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    • joe
    • 12.09.13 | 11:49 (IDT)

    before fascism appeared, there was a country at war. a group of its citizens chose to work against the government, using financial and other support of some european countries, so that the country looses in that war. the group was called 'the bolsheviks' and it succeeded in overthrowing the government. they and their left-wing heirs are responsible for more deaths in the last century than all the fascist regimes that we know. unlike the tzarist russia, israel has a democratically elected government and unlike wwi, israel is not allowed to loose in its wars. that makes the new israel fund people worse than the bolsheviks. thanks to the liberal press, the libel of 'bolshevik' is not considered bad at all, unlike 'fascist'. im tirzu is the response of people frustrated to see how bolsheviks abuse our democracy to hard the state in every possible way. the court decision only support their assessment of the left-wing antidemocratic hegemony.

    from the article: No, it’s hardly a childish movement
    First published 00:42 12.09.13 | Last updated 19:42 11.09.13
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