Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Tweedledum and Tweedledee

Not that any ( more ) proof was needed, but the case of Horst Mahler once again makes clear that extreme left- and rightwingers are all tarred with the same brush, and that few things are easier than switching from the extreme left side of the political spectrum to its extreme right side. After all, les extremes se touchent. These days, Jew-hatred and a fierce opposition to globalization are but two of the many common grounds between the extreme ( and not so extreme ) Left and the extreme Right in Europe and elsewhere.

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