Amid increasing anger about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s claim that Jerusalem’s Mufti Haj Amin al-Husseini was the one who gave Adolf Hitler the idea of the final solution, a number of groups have made their discontent known. This is true of people from all ends of the political spectrum including confused pro-Israel groups and indignant pro-Palestinian groups. But one crowd that no one expected to hear from was the one that proudly classifies itself as “pro-Hitler,” a title as prestigious as being “pro-AIDS,” or “pro-famine in Africa.” A number of neo-Nazi groups released a statement today expressing their disgust with the “Jew bastard” Netanyahu, who “was seeking to besmirch the name of Hitler,” which is kind of like being concerned about Bruce Banner getting radiation poisoning from the Fukushima meltdown.
The statement made clear that the Fuhrer’s admirers “are horrified to learn of yet another instance of brown people trying to take credit for something white people have accomplished. In attempting to transfer credit for Hitler’s ‘Final Solution to the Jewish Question’ to some turban-wearing haji in the middle of some fucking desert, the King of Jewland (and we don’t mean Hollywood this time) is detracting from one of the Fuhrer’s greatest endeavors.” It appears that these hate-groups are considering undertaking intellectual property lawsuits against the Israeli leader, as they claim, “the final solution was Hitler’s idea, and therefore, his property.” The statement concluded by stating that, “We’ll be damned if we’ll let history be rewritten. The facts are not debatable, and it disgusts us that this revisionist can just come along and spout his hate and lies.”