I am so tired of these Palestinian activists. They represent the worst kind of totalitarians you can possibly imagine. Why? Because they belong to a trend of fascism called the « Third Position ». The third position is a mixture of Extreme-Right, Extreme-Left and Islam. Or, in other words, it is an extreme-right movement that disguised itself as a leftist or socialist movement, using the « cause » of defending Islam and poor and oppressed peoples to attack liberal society and values. The study of Francis Parker Yockey‘s philosophy is certainly of a great help here. Author Kevin Coogan has dwelled into these matters and you can get more details about that by listening to this interview with him on Dave Emory‘s show. Coming back to this Youtube video, just listen to their rhetoric. You don’t need to be a doctor to see that these activists are completely brainwashed by palestinian propaganda. That propaganda is nothing else than pure third position fascism. Don’t you find it strange that Jews (oh yeah, you’re right, they call them Israelis…) are targetted in this smear campaign? I thought the Left liked the Jews, because of historic links between Bolshevism and the Jewish community. The Nazis supposedly tried to exterminate them because of these links. So why is that that now an activist group that seems to be leftist is targetting Jews? Because it is third position fascism, for no other reason. Palestinian activists are helping the Extreme-Right to make a comeback into the fold from the underground, from the shadows. The signature of their deeds, which should be evident for every one in control of their faculties, is right there, in plain sight. Today, in 2011, they do exactly the same things that they were doing in Germany prior to WWII. They are targetting the Jews, accusing them of being responsible for the problems of the world. To get a better idea about the existing links between Nazism and Islam, check this web page. In French, the document studies the links between Palestinians and Nazism. The photos speak volumes and so all the other pieces of documentation that are exhibited.