The leader of the Muslim Brotherhood was an admirer of Hitler, that's all Flake needs to launch a hatred campaign.<quoted text>
I'll use it now. These groups all supported Nazi Germany - Japan, Italy, Muslim Brotherhood (supposedly).
Flack chose only to keep blaming the Muslim Brotherhood.
Let's see when he talks about Henry Ford, another ardent admirer of Hitler's, whose Ford Factories in Germany became part of the German War Machine. Panzers came out of Ford's factories.
Or Charles Lindbergh, another admirer of Adolf Hitler.
How about IBM working with Germany through out the entire war, helping them tabulate the number of concentration camp victims kiled.
None of it could have been done without IBM's machines, sold to Germany during the war.
Or GM, whose German factories produced weapons of war for Germany.
You want to talk about people who admired and helped Hitler, I've got a long list of Americans, most of them Repugnants.
Ya want to talk shit, go for it. I'll bury you, ya freakin' hillbilly.
""Ford and GM Scrutinized for Alleged Nazi Collaboration"
"Three years after Swiss banks became the target of a worldwide furor over their business dealings with Nazi Germany, major American car companies find themselves embroiled in a similar debate.
Like the Swiss banks, the American car companies have vigorously denied that they assisted the Nazi war machine or that they significantly profited from the use of forced labor at their German subsidiaries during World War II. But historians and lawyers researching class-action suits on behalf of former prisoners of war are busy amassing evidence of collaboration by the automakers with the Nazi regime.
The issues at stake for the American automobile corporations go far beyond the relatively modest sums involved in settling any lawsuit. During the war, the car companies established a reputation for themselves as "the arsenal of democracy" by transforming their production lines to make airplanes, tanks and trucks for the armies that defeated Adolf Hitler. They deny that their huge business interests in Nazi Germany led them, wittingly or unwittingly, to also become "the arsenal of fascism."
The Ford Motor Co. has mobilized dozens of historians, lawyers and researchers to fight a civil case brought by lawyers in Washington and New York who specialize in extracting large cash settlements from banks and insurance companies accused of defrauding Holocaust victims. Also, a book scheduled for publication next year will accuse General Motors Corp. of playing a key role in Hitler's invasions of Poland and the Soviet Union.
"General Motors was far more important to the Nazi war machine than Switzerland," said Bradford Snell, who has spent two decades researching a history of the world's largest automaker. "Switzerland was just a repository of looted funds. GM was an integral part of the German war effort. The Nazis could have invaded Poland and Russia without Switzerland. They could not have done so without GM."
Both General Motors and Ford insist that they bear little or no responsibility for the operations of their German subsidiaries, which controlled 70 percent of the German car market at the outbreak of war in 1939 and rapidly retooled themselves to become suppliers of war materiel to the German army.
But documents discovered in German and American archives show a much more complicated picture. In certain instances, American managers of both GM and Ford went along with the conversion of their German plants to military production at a time when U.S. government documents show they were still resisting calls by the Roosevelt administration to step up military production in their plants at home."