Lately Glenn Beck has found a new Big Thing To Be Afraid Of. That is of course the strange merging of communism socialism fascism marxism maoism nazi muslim islamist theorcrats who are going to take over New Zealand. Truly a frightening scenario.
If videogames are any predictor of reality, which given that they successfully predicted that the Allies would win WWII, I offer this chilling story.
As we all know, I am a liberal who wants to socialize your Nazism*. Also, I play Civilization IV. Not V, since buying a new computer would be too capitalist. Currently I am busy conquering this virtual world. How? Hint: Pyramids.
See? Don't you see how it all comes together? Follow me, America.
I built the Pyramid world wonder. This allowed me to pick various forms of government: democracy, monarchy, and... FASCISM. I picked fascism. See the arrow? The arrow points. There are two arrows and they both point. They point at things. Words.
Pyramids are the symbol of Egypt. An Egyptian Caliphate. Or as I prefer to call it Califate. Fate. Is this our fate? Islamofascinazism? The Pyramids are Egypt and they allow fascism. See where this is going? Egyptian fascism.
But it doesn't end there.
You see, to make my Army of Nazism even stronger, I have chosen the systems of vassalage and theocracy. And my workers are all serfs. That's what the Russians called slaves. Communist Socialist Russian slaves.
America, this is what is happening, right now, in the streets of Egypt and perfectly reflected and predicted by my Prince difficulty game of Civilization IV. Maybe it sounds crazy, but when the world has gone mad, only the crazy man is sane. The world is going mad and no one else is asking these questions.
For example: Where is Obama in all of this? And why does Egypt look like New York? Is this part of a plan? Is New York next? Why is no one asking these questions!?
Just remember, civility is censorship. The Nazi Regime in Nazi Germany worked hard to ensure that no one ever called them what they were: Nazis.
* Okay Jon Stewart said that, but close enough.
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