German Neo-Nazis supporting Israel

Our very unique time is full of surprises, and the song by Doris Day “Que Serra, Serra” (whatever will be, will be) receive new confirmations every day.
I remember the upstir in Israel when on September 2007 the police announced the arrest of a neo-Nazi gang, all from Petah Tikva a town near Tel Aviv, see more.
And today, why to be surprised, if “Que Serra, Serra” is true then look at the neo-Nazi blog “National Sozialisten fur Israel“. Now, what’s better than to quote the neo-Nazi’s own blog under his headline “Other about us” and read the Israeli “haaretz” newspaper telling the news. I quote…the quote…”German neo-Nazis: We’re pro-Israel, condemn anti-Semitism”.
Nazis against anti-Semitism? As bizarre as that sounds, a group of Germans which calls itself “National Socialists For Israel” launched its Web site in support of Israel.
“Stop the hatred of the Jewish people,” the Web site reads. “The Jews are a healthy, strong nation.”
The organization – whose members have yet to reveal themselves to the public – claims that Israel’s right to exist is anchored in the principles of social Darwinism, the same principles which the Nazis adopted prior to the Second World War.
“Israel earned the right to live among the nations [after emerging] from unending wars,” the group writes on the site. “Israel also has a right to exist. This nation also has culture… The nation of Israel is appreciated… It is our duty, as neo-Nazis, to defend this supreme success. Not just for the German people and the European cultural sphere, but also, especially, for Israel.”
As such, “Nazis for Israel” also leveled criticism at their colleagues in the neo-Nazi National Democratic Party (NPD), calling them “politicos, cowards, and reactionaries.”
“Show us proof of a Jewish plot to dominate the world,” they wrote in a rare manifesto which was posted on their Web site.
These unusual statements on the internet compliment the group’s other public campaigns, including the dissemination of bumper stickers. One of the stickers features a picture of Reinhard Heydrich, the senior Nazi official who chaired the Wansee Conference where the Final Solution was hatched. Underneath the photo reads: “As a Nazi, I’m a Zionist.”
Another sticker shows a photo of Israel Defense Forces soldiers during the Second Lebanon War under the heading: “2,000 years of struggling to survive – respect to those worthy of it.”
In terms of the group’s attitude towards the Holocaust, the organization says: “We must view what is referred to as ‘the Holocaust’ within the context of acts of self-defense undertaken by nations under threat.” It added, however, “that there is no justification for it.” Instead, the Nazis ought to have supported the Zionist cause, the group states.
The group claims it held its first meeting of activists in Berlin last month. It said the meeting touched on issues ranging from “solidarity with Israel, anti-Semitism, capitalism, and Islam.” see here.
Ynet also reported the story, Here is a quote:
 ‘Stop spreading lies’
“The Jewish people still exist. Their national movement, supported by brave warriors has been able to form a state and expel foreign elements… For 60 year now, an army of young men and women has defended Israel against all foes,” said the site.
Further supportive messages called for the Nazi party to “stop spreading anti Semitic lies about a worldwide Jewish plot” and demanded of anti Semites to “show us proof of Jewish domination over Germany and the world.” see here.
The original neo-Nazis manifest is here in  German language.
As always there are the sceptics and the believers.
Social experts following Germany’s extreme right are skeptical of the new group, with some saying it is the product of a radical Left-wing-led provocation. Others, however, believe it may be a genuine new movement.
“There have always been fringe groups within Nazism that have supported a national home for the Jewish people, but the fact that they have a positive attitude towards Israel does not make them any less anti-Semitic,” said Anita Kahana, who heads an foundation in Germany working against extreme right-groups.  “Mostly, they are trying to stir an ideological provocation”, see here. 
Anyway, today we have in Israel a neo-Nazi anti-Semitic gang, and in Germany  a neo-Nazi pro-Israeli group condemning anti-Semitism.
…”Que Serra, Serra”…(on YouTube.)
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jordan jordan at 08:34 on June 6th, 2008
good stuff:  Officially the strangest story I’ve read all day… it’s early still, but I don’t anything’s gonna beat pro-Israel neo-Nazis in terms of sheer WTF-factor.

korzac korzac at 09:17 on June 6th, 2008

 ….The “Israeli anti-semitic neo-Nazi gang”  againts  the  “German  neo-Nazis  pro-Israeli  group”,,  a new league,,

ACE PRESTON ACE PRESTON at 10:14 on June 6th, 2008 good stuff:

korzac, I like this story. It’s good stuff.

korzac korzac at 10:29 on June 6th, 2008

 Ace Preston, thanks for the GS.

moonwolf moonwolf at 11:33 on June 6th, 2008

I guess they realized they have more in common with Zionist Israel than they thought!

By the way, social Darwinism is a meaningless modern term, meant to somehow legitimize vicious brutal domination of others as an evolutionary Darwinian ideal.  Anyone who has actually read Darwin’s works and understand the concepts knows this singularly bankrupt idea was not what he suggested as an adaptive behavior, nor one that moves evolution forward.

He would be the first to vehemently contradict such a contention.

 moonwolf moonwolf at 11:32 on June 6th, 2008
good stuff: korzac, I like this story. It’s good stuff.

korzac korzac at 13:47 on June 6th, 2008

 Moonwolf, perhaps do they mistakenly interpreting Zionism for their own benefits.I think that their attitude is pure pathologie. As to Social Darwinism, the subject is controversial..but I agree with you, because not always a Darwinian extrapolation is a solution to social problems.

Thanks fot the GS.

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