Islamofascists and Japanazis

Question: Why don’t I make more references to the term “Islamo-Fascists”?

I suspect in three decades, we will look back at the term “Islamo-Fascist” and think of it in the same vein as “Japanazis”. Were there Japanese Nazis, or members of the German National Socialist Party and Third Reich of Japanese ancestory or Japanese citizens who bore allegiance not to the Emperor of Japan but to Adolf Hitler?

Likely not. If you can find one, it’s the rule that proves the exception. I am willing to call him a “Japanazi.”

Islamo-Fascist maybe isn’t as embarrassing. You parse out the definition of “fascism”, and throw it in the junk-heap entirely (clinging to the narrow similarities, ie: rigid hierarchical obediance). See how this works?

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