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Israeli Cabinet Member Perpetuates Iraeli Right Wing’s Tradition of Nazi/Fascist Interface


COMMENT: The recent meet­ing of an Israeli cab­i­net min­is­ter with a promi­nent Swedish fas­cist is the lat­est exam­ple of a long-stand­ing fea­ture of the behav­ior of that coun­try’s polit­i­cal right wing.

In addi­tion to the fas­cist move­ment [1] that has exist­ed with­in the Zion­ist move­ment and what we’ve termed “Bor­mann Jews, [2]” Israelis and Zion­ists from the right side of the polit­i­cal spec­trum have main­tained con­tact and inter­ac­tion with ele­ments of the fas­cist inter­na­tion­al.

In par­tic­u­lar, mem­bers of the Likud and oth­er Israeli far-right par­ties have con­duct­ed polit­i­cal inter­face [3] with Euro­pean Nazis and fas­cists.

Note that Ayoob Kara also met with the head of the Aus­tri­an Free­dom Par­ty [4], the neo-fas­cist par­ty for­mer­ly head­ed up by Jurg Haider.

“Deputy Min­is­ter Meets neo-Nazi Mil­lion­aire” by Eldad Beck; ynet­news.com; 7/4/2011. [5]

EXCERPT: Deputy Min­is­ter Ayoob Kara met with Swedish-Ger­man mil­lion­aire Patrik Brinkmann who has ties with Ger­man neo-Nazi groups in Berlin over the week­end, Yedio­th Ahronoth report­ed.

Brinkmann, who is try­ing to estab­lish a far-right anti-Islam­ic par­ty in Ger­many claims he is not an anti-Semi­te, how­ev­er his pre­vi­ous close con­tacts with the Ger­man neo-Nazi par­ty (NPD) and his past mem­ber­ship in anoth­er neo-Nazi par­ty raise ques­tions regard­ing his ide­ol­o­gy.

Brinkmann, 44, made his for­tune in the Swedish real estate busi­ness in the 1980s before becom­ing mixed in tax prob­lems in his home coun­try. As legal bat­tles were going on he used the major­i­ty of his finances for the estab­lish­ment of two research foun­da­tions which became close­ly affil­i­at­ed with far-right and neo-Nazi ele­ments in Ger­many. . . .

. . . Sev­er­al months ago, Kara met with Aus­tri­an Free­dom Par­ty leader Heinz-Chris­t­ian Stra­che who was once active in neo-Nazi groups.  . . .