Communists like to toss the term fascist and Nazi around. Chomsky and Finky like to make frequent America and Israel/Nazi comparisons. Commies also are quite fond of playing word games with Zionist/Joo or their pet slang term Neocon. Coulter is quite correct when she points out this means "eeeeevil Jooish Republican"
Chomsky talks about imaginary US-Nazi alliances but ignores Communist-Nazi aliances to divide Europe. In classic retro mode Renegade himself has defended this policy. This illustrates the Beakerkin axiom about communists having flexible morality quite well. Will the retrograde revelutionaries be defending ethnic cleansing and placing Muslims in Cattle Cars to Siberia and Kazakstan next? The Balts and those who lived in the sections of Poland invaded by Commies saw things differently. Members of my own family describe communist massacres in the region before the Nazis got there and created larger massacres. It seems Ren frgets about Katyn and a series of smaller crimes.
Then in typical mode Ren pulls out Pol Pot was a nationalist and not a Communist. Pol Pot was quite clear his inspiration was Mao's China. The roots of the Khmer Rouge as well as the BAATH parties are in the French Communist party. However, the game of nobody is a communist or everyone is a Nazi except for Communists who frequently align themselves with Nazis ( think Chomsky and Finky) is a bore.
Communists talk some idiotic words about internationalism. The reality is that Americans live this concept every day at work and in our lives. How many of us are multi-ethnic? How many of us have had serious relationships with people of other ethnicities. The reality is despite empty words Europeans are less advanced than Americans.
Beamish in 08