[Marxism] A "Nazi" party as an Assad ally
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Wed Aug 31 02:00:45 MDT 2016
From: Tristan Sloughter via Marxism
> And neo-Nazis of the West also support Assad.
> Andrew Auernheimer (weev) for example: http://i.imgur.com/xNeNcfk.jpg
All Nazi, far-right, ultra-nationalist organisations in Europe and US
On the (appropriately named) Syrian Social Nationalist Party, the party
whose symbol is a swastika:
This political party was founded by Antun Khalil Saʿada in Lebanon in
1932 and it reflected his fascist sympathies in many ways, such as his
cult-of-personality style leadership, the way the party was organized
and its emphasis on blood lines and mystical nationalism. The party used
the European fascists and Nazis as a template for its rituals and
symbolism from the Hitler-like salute, to setting their anthem to
“Deutschland, Deutschland über alles”, to the use of a Swastika-like
symbol, the “Red Hurricane”, on its flag.
In the thirties many fascist and Nazi sympathizers flocked to the SSNP
but these days it can also count on the support of many European extreme
rightwing groups who express their interest in forums on the web.
--> Is fascism infiltrating our rallies?
- Antun Saadeh was a Lebanese Christian who founded the Syrian Socialist
Nationalist Party (SSNP) in 1932. He was an unabashed Germanophile and
made no secret of his admiration for Hitler while teaching German at the
American University of Beirut. The expansionist polices of Nazi Germany
touched him the most. The “Syrian” in SSNP refers to the idea of a
“Greater Syria” on steroids; it would encapsulate the lands of
Palestine, the Sinai, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, and the island of Cyprus
along with modern-day Syria.
Saadeh’s organization is a literal copy of the German NSAP, including
doctrines of racist pseudo-science, a personality cult, and a
--> Syrian Fascism and the Western Left:
Syrian Girl/Partisan Girl, who many may know from her voluminous defence
of Assad for years, is a SSNP supporter. This probably accounts for her
anti-Arab views (she is Syrian, but that doesn;t stop her being
Syrians are ‘Aramaics’; those barbaric Arabs came and forced them to
speak Arabic. Similar to the 'Phoenician' identity long proposed by the
Lebanese Phalange, this position has a logic for those justifying
support for a gigantic Nakbah aimed at keeping the Assad regime in power
which has gained much global ultra-right support; yet would contradict
the "leftist" pro-Arab pretensions of some of those they aim to
“East Africa and Syria share something in common, we were both invaded
by the arabs from the gulf and forced to speak Arabic”
“When East Africa reject arabism they're applauded for embracing being
black, but when Syrians reject arabism, no no no. Why is that?”
Syrian Arab Army anyone? Maybe being honest now about the lack of Syrian
Arabs doing any of their fighting?
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