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Critical Thomism, Reality, and Politics

Critical Thomism, Reality, and Politics


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1 Is Al Queda a Nazi Terrorist Organization?


Anthony J. Fejfar, J.D., Esq., Coif

© Copyright 2007 by Anthony J. Fejfar

Sometimes, as the saying goes, truth is stranger than fiction. After the

9/11 debacle, most of us were shocked and simply could not figure out how it

happened. With all due respect, although Moslems from the Middleast were

clearly involved, the whole thing took the type of planning, analytic thought, and

organization one does not typically associate with the middle eastern mind. So, we

ask ourselves, where did Al Queda come from? My argument is that apparently,

like Opus Dei, Al Queda is a Nazi organization.

Now, one might ask, where are these Nazi’s coming from? Some might naively think

that the Nazi movement is a thing of the past, but I don’t think so. First of all, there is a

significant Nazi Party presence in Russia. This has been reported in the news. There are

elected officials in Russia who openly belong to the Nazi Party.

Next, both Portugal and to some degree Spain have had fascist regimes which are, and

have been sympathetic to Nazi Germany. Remember the book, “The Boys from Brasil?”

This factual book was about the strong Nazi Party presence in Brasil resulting from the fact

that so many German Nazi’s escaped Europe at the end of World War II and secretly

emmigrated to Brasil and some other South American countries.

Finally, we have the East German Nazi Party which basically operated as the

East German Communist Party until the Wall went down. There is a strong Nazi movement

in East Germany.

Additionally, it is widely understood that the Arab Moslems during World

War II, were not only sympathetic to the Nazi Party, but joined it. Thus, it would not

be surprising to find many middle east Moslems who are Al Queda Nazi’s.

Finally, I have read books about reincarnation which state that most Nazi’s who

died in World War II are now reincarnating in the United States and presumably would

provide support for a new Nazi Party movement if they followed the patterns of their last


In my view, the original of Aq Queda has been solved. Al Queda is a Nazi

Terrorist Organization and it would appear that Opus Dei provides the financial support

for the Nazi Party and Al Queda. Food for thought.

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