Sometimes you learn the most about a product, or an ideology, not by who is trying to sell it, but rather by the type of consumers who enjoy its consumption. advertisement
Earlier this week, Jeremy Reynolds, known for his exposure of multiple radical Islamist websites, revealed a "White supremacist groups extension of friendship and support to terrorist groups on their websites.
He quotes the Aryan Nations "national director" saying,
"We as an organization will also endeavor to aid all those who subvert, disrupt and are (sic) malignant in nature to our enemies. Therefore I offer my most sincere best wishes to those who wage holy Jihad against the infrastructure of the decadent, weak and Judaic-influenced societal infrastructure of the West. I send a message of thanks and well-wishes to the methods and works of groups on the Islamic front against the Jew such as Al-Qaeda and Sheik Osama Bin Laden, Hamas, Islamic Jihad, Hezbollah and to all Jihadis worldwide who fight for the glory of the Khilafah and the downfall of the anti-life and anti-freedom System prevalent on this earth today."
This praise and joint cause of radical Islamists by White supremacists speaks volumes about the hate-filled ideology of radical Islamism. The appeal of militant Islamism's ideology to white supremacists who know nothing about Islam, Islamism, or the Khilafah for that matter is not a great surprise. Groups like Aryan Nations are sure to gravitate toward like-minded hate-mongering Islamist groups threatening American security and American liberty and pluralism regardless of their own profound racial antagonism for Arabs or Muslims.
No sane human could even imagine the result of a bizarre co-mingling of militant Islamists and White supremacists. But it stands to reason that as anti-social consumers they enjoy each others products. Their sermons of hate sing the same refrains. Their bombs of intolerance declare a common war on pluralism.
When trying to understand the ideology of radical Islam look no further than these praises from the Aryan Nations. These cockroaches of humanity feed off the same vitriol of hate. Whether White supremacist fascism or militant Islamist theocracy, hate is hate. Its appeal draws from the same trough of anti-Semitism and conspiracy theories. They feed their followers the same deep-seeded arrogance and false sick sense of superiority despite years and years of abject failure.