|Note the Egyptian flag is an upside down version of|
the German Imperial flag and eagle.
Both Hitler and ex-inmate Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi show the same desire for revenge against the established social order and intolerance toward adversaries. During the past six months Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood have taken all necessary measures to consolidate his grasp on power, matching similar measures taken by Hitler in 1933 including controlling all media, the army, local municipalities, police force and jurisdictional institutions, appointing allies to key positions while viciously removing technocrats and bureaucratic employees who do not show complete obedience.
Accusations of corruption and loyalty to the old regime (of Honsi Mubarak) are readily used whenever the Brotherhood wishes to assert control, in an intense purging campaign. Most of these public employees accept the new reality silently to avoid public humiliation.
EVERY TREE is known by its fruit, and no matter how much the Muslim Brotherhood portrays itself as benevolent and compassionate, the actions taken by its leaders and members parallel those of the Nazis. These include disrespect for political opponents; discrimination against minority groups; immediate subjection of vocal opponents to vicious defamation campaigns (in the modern era, via an Internet army of holy warriors) to publicly humiliate the unfortunate victim in every possible way, including accusations of betrayal, atheism, dishonesty, espionage, allegations of corruption and defamation of family members.
Prominent leaders of society such as Amr Mussa (former diplomat), Hamdin Sadahi (left wing) have been constantly targeted by these holy e-warriors. Additionally, on the ground mosque Imams are instructed to engage in propaganda campaigns favoring the new regime, in a battle between the Holy and the Evil.
Mass rallies and assemblies organized by paramilitary groups in green shirts (the Green Shirts took their style from the Nazi Brownshirts in the 1920s, and wondered around egypt praising Hitler)linked to the Islamists take over the streets whenever there is any political debate, stretching the political muscle of the Brotherhood and intimidating adversaries, a tactic very well known in Nazi Germany, widely used first by the SA and later by the SS.
The leader and sponsor of these paramilitary wings is Khairat al-Shater, a businessman who spent 20 years in prison on terrorism-related charges. These groups have the additional duty to sabotage any demonstrations organized by political opponents, to accomplish which they resort to all possible means, including firebombs and sexual harassment of female opponents.