Listen, Don’t Mention the (Holy) War!

KGS at Tundra Tabloids must be a WAYCIST. His Twitter account was just suspended for this tweet:

His tweet was in response to a Swedish-speaking Finn, who asked how Jews feel about neo-Nazis marching through Charlottesville.

As you can see, he tweeted it eleven days ago. Evidently it took that long for the Sharia Anti-Blasphemy Brigade to find it.

For the origin of the reference in this post’s title, see Basil Fawlty.

3 thoughts on “Listen, Don’t Mention the (Holy) War!

  1. As an aside to everyone, this Jew here feels a lot MORE scared of the Islamofascists than of the neo-Nazis, even though the Nazis have historically more vicious.



    (a) The Nazis (neo- or otherwise) are a spent force, and no longer a threat.

    (b) The Nazis (neo- or otherwise) can be criticised openly without fear.

    (c) The Islamofascists are on the rise.

    I would feel similarly about both if there were whole neo-Nazi neighbourhoods in Sweden (and Charlottesville) and Twitter accounts were suspended for criticising them.

    How many people are afraid to burn a copy of Mein Kampf in public?
    How many people are afraid to burn a copy of the Koran in public?

    • In addition to your excellent points, Nazis are not being celebrated and actively imported into Western societies as are sharia-supremacist Islamists.

      • «…even though the Nazis have historically more vicious.»
        I do not know.
        Remember the genocide of Jewish tribes of Arabia by Mohamed?
        Ok: less murdered, less people involved and of course Shoah is closer to us.
        I agree with the other statments

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