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rush, newspeak and fascism: an exegesis: xiii: fascism and fundamentalism 73
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<b> nine characteristics which appear to us to be shared by authoritarian personalities, fundamentalists and authoritarian cults such as hare krishna, the unification church, etc.:lockquote
<b> (1) separatism or the heightened sensitivity and tension regarding group boundaries. this usually includes 'authoritarian aggression' which entails rejecting and punitive attitudes toward deviants, minorities and outsiders.lockquote
<b> (2) theocratic leanings or willingness to see the state expanded so as to enforce the group's particular moral and ideological preferences at the expense of pluralism or church-state separation.lockquote
<b> (3) authoritarian submission entailing dependency on strong leaders and deferential attitudes toward authorities and hierarchical superiors.lockquote
<b> (4) some form of conventionalism in terms of both belief and practice. apparent exceptions such as antinomian groups, for example, the bhagwan movement of rajneesh or the quasi-marxist peoples temple of jim jones...lockquote
<b> (5) apocalypticism.lockquote
<b> (6) evangelism or a focus on proselytization and conversion.lockquote
<b> (7) coercive tendencies in terms of either punitive reactions toward internal dissidence and non-conformity (for example, exile from fellowship, shunning, harsh 'self-criticism,' confessional sessions) or willingness to have non-conformists suppressed or discouraged by the state.lockquote
<b> (8) consequentialism or a tendency to see moral or ideological virtue producing tangible rewards to believers. this may entail belief in a 'just world' in which the good are tangibly rewarded and the wicked undone on the human plane.lockquote
<b> for the christian fascist, this up-and-coming war against the jew would result in the founding of a new moral community -- a christian america. this community would tie itself to christian ethics and christian structure, as interpreted by these christian fascists. thus, the link with christianity provided a unifying element for the membership in american fascist organizations. members not only prayed with their comrades, but fought the "christian" battle against the anti-christ jew. this gave them a surpassing sense of righteousness. most of the membership came from the evangelical styled churches, with each christian fascist group claiming to be under the umbrella of christian thought and action.lockquote
<b> another expert on such groups, idaho state university sociology professor james a. aho, said he is reluctant to use the phrase "christian terrorist," because it is "sort of an oxymoron."lockquote
<b> "i would prefer to say that rudolph is a religiously inspired terrorist, because most mainstream christians consider christian identity to be a heresy," aho said. if christians take umbrage at the juxtaposition of the words "christian" and "terrorist," he added, "that may give them some idea of how muslims feel" when they constantly hear the term "islamic terrorism," especially since the sept. 11 attacks.lockquote
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<b> "other areas of the province were bombed during the day on monday. we have sent people out in the area to find out about the death toll from other attacks. there must be casualties."lockquote
<b> "there was no one to help last night...."lockquote
<b> "my heart is burning with rage. the americans should be put on trial ... did they find any dead bodies of al-qaeda people here? ... if someone handed over the whole of afghanistan to me, it would be no compensation for this."lockquote
<b> "bloodthirsty lie ... they killed every single one of my dear ones. if i had the means, i would fight the americans."lockquote
<b> "here we found half the body of a child ... the rest was over there ... "lockquote
<b> "incredibly, a second engagement party was bombed the same night killing six, in the nearby village of syasang."lockquote
<b> "three of us were drinking tea together in the courtyard when they first bombed. they killed my friend right where we were. then we ran out of the compound and my other friend was killed ... the americans were bombing the house and we could not believe it, we were running everywhere to hide."lockquote
<b> "i saw bodies flying like straws. i had to jump over six bodies to escape."lockquote
<b> "it was like an abattoir. there was blood everywhere. there was smoke and dirt all around, and people were running helter skelter. it was a doomsday scene."lockquote
<b> "i saw the pool in the courtyard filled with blood, there were bodies lying all around. i saw a woman without a head."lockquote
<b> "there was blood everywhere. then all of a sudden the walls and roofs caved in and we were buried under the debris."lockquote
<b> "they want to please us by providing us with four tents. is two or four tents worth the price of our lives? would the americans forgive us if we killed two americans and give them two tents in return? the taliban used to lock us in jail, but they would not bomb us and dishonour our women."lockquote
<b> "we were asleep on the veranda when the bombs hit, we had no idea what was happening,"lockquote
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<b> "i play the terminator, but you guys are the real terminators.lockquote
<b> "nomadic tribesman haji lawang saw the outline of the helicopter in the night sky and heard its roar as it streaked low over his three tents. a moment later, an explosion shook the ground and fire flew up from the desert about a mile away. the 50-year-old huddled with his two wives, four children, goats and camels and prayed his family wouldn't also be attacked. at dawn, he went out to investigate and found his neighbors' camp in ruins. five women and four children were dead and six people were wounded, he said.lockquote
<b> the u.s. military in afghanistan said one of its helicopters attacked a tent the night of sept. 18 in naubahar district and killed two taliban militants...the military initially said it was "highly confident" that only enemy fighters had been killed. later, it said it was investigating reports of 'noncombatant casualties.'" lockquote
<b> "even though the british didn't call it a conquest, they were there in support of the shah - just as we're in support of karzai - the afghans realized this was a conquest, this was an occupation for all practical purposes....the thing that we have over the british is airpower. we won't have an army wiped out in the passes."lockquote
<b> -- afghanistan: a military history from alexander the great to the fall of the taliban, peter tanner [de capo press, 2002]lockquote
<b> ['shining like a diamond,' death comes in a little yellow soda can]lockquote
<b> "one of the main weathervanes will be jalaluddin haqqani, the most prominent mujahideen commander from the soviet war who sided with the taliban when they made him minister for tribal affairs. haqqani has returned to his stronghold in khost, the eastern border area where saudi-born militant osama bin laden reportedly had several training camps, and afghan analysts are watching to see if he will turn coat and support zahir shah."lockquote
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