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Neo-Nazis and the KKK are full of praise for Donald Trump right now

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posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 12:48 AM
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originally posted by: Deaf Alien
a reply to: Xcathdra

You must be tired because I didn't reply to you. I was replying to Sillyolme.


Yup I know... You were referring to the same idiot ass question you kept asking me that I answered that you refused to read and understand.




posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 12:50 AM
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a reply to: Xcathdra

Uh Sillyolme replied to Xuenchen. Nothing to do with you at all.



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 12:53 AM
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originally posted by: Deaf Alien
a reply to: Xcathdra

Uh Sillyolme replied to Xuenchen. Nothing to do with you at all.


Then my apologies.



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 12:54 AM
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originally posted by: Xcathdra

originally posted by: Deaf Alien
a reply to: Xcathdra

Uh Sillyolme replied to Xuenchen. Nothing to do with you at all.


Then my apologies.

No worries.



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 12:55 AM
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a reply to: TruMcCarthy

He said they were fine people.
There were no fine people in their group. They were all haters. Every one.
Their hate cost that woman her life.
Trump could have focused on that instead of trying to make both sides equal in responsibility.
He could have supported the people who marched for freedom and what our country stands for.
Instead he stood up for the white nationalists.
They were innocent protesters.
The others came at them with baseball bats.
They were there to protest the removal of a statue that was very important to them. And they had a permit.
The others did not.
And there were some really bad people in that crowd.
He could have not said any of that.
But he chose those words.


He's cornered now.
Now well see the real rat that he is.
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posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 12:58 AM
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a reply to: Sillyolme

I agree that Trump's words were ambiguous. He could have meant a group who is against the removal of statue and another group who wants the statue to stay. He should have worded it better.



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 01:01 AM
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a reply to: Sillyolme


Clearly you have no idea what you are talking about.

This would be funny if it wasn't so sad.


There were protesters against the removal of the monument. AMONG them were a contingent of KKK/neo-nazi group(s). They had the permit.

Anti-protesters who AMONG them were BLM and ANTIFA



There were no fine people in their group. They were all haters. Every one.




They were innocent protesters.




And there were some really bad people in that crowd.

So which is it...by your estimation?




Their hate cost that woman her life.


Do you really want to walk down that road. There is a growing list of dead police officers with their blood on your hands should you choose to raise the bar to that level of association.



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 01:02 AM
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Neo-Nazis and the KKK are full of praise for Donald Trump right now



I don't care.

Those idiot sons and daughters of closely related people have nothing to say, that I am going to be bothered to listen to, much less lend any credence to.

If y'all want to spend the next however many pages typing in all caps about how evil they are feel free. Like that's not a well known fact already?

Nazi's bad. KKK bad. By association, apparently, Trump bad. Got it. Thanks so much.



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 01:13 AM
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a reply to: seagull

This while thing is the left's bogeyman strategy. They need the people to believe they are currently living under a white supremacist administration. The KKK and these neo Nazi losers have no power or substantive support anywhere in the country. It's another concocted fantasy ala Russia collusion Putin puppet. They lead these poor people around in circles driving them to insanity. Just look at some of the posters here.



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 01:20 AM
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a reply to: mkultra11

Yes, just like anti-fa is the rights. The far left has theirs, so too, does the far right.

Meanwhile, those of us who are, like myself, a bit more centrist, are looking at both like they're idiots...'cause they are.

The White Supremacists, and associated morons, are such a fringe movement as to barely register on most days. So, too, are the anti-fa, or whatever stupid name they, or others, call themselves. Only when they throw their temper tantrums do they get noticed...like any other childish tantrum, things get broken.

Frankly, their novelty wore off long ago, and perhaps its time for the adults to take it back over?



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 01:22 AM
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a reply to: seagull




Only when they throw their temper tantrums do they get noticed...like any other childish tantrum, things get broken.


The question should be asked that why such small groups get so much media time.



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 01:25 AM
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originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: TruMcCarthy

He said they were fine people.
There were no fine people in their group. They were all haters. Every one.


So wrong. There were some horrible KKK and Neo-National Socialists there, and there were also people there who were just against the destruction of American history. You can make some bogus, fake claim that everyone there was a hater, and you would be totally idiotic and wrong in doing so.



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 01:32 AM
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originally posted by: JinMI
a reply to: seagull




Only when they throw their temper tantrums do they get noticed...like any other childish tantrum, things get broken.


The question should be asked that why such small groups get so much media time.





No, we know the answer to that question, media needs attention, best way to get attention is to repeat stories that make people mad. If a small group are doing something the majority are against it is easy.

I know you know this already I just felt like typing it out



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 01:40 AM
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a reply to: JinMI

If I had to guess...

It's because they're so rare, that they garner a shocked sort of attention. Much like that child having a screaming temper tantrum in the check out line because they didn't get a soda, or candy bar...

I live, and have lived, in the Northwest my entire life, save for the decade plus I spent in Alaska. I've more than my fair share of encounters with this crowd. Mostly because I do not suffer their crap willingly...I tend to call 'em on it. ...and every time, or nearly so, I get the typical child response. "I should kick your ass." When I was younger, my response was "Bring it.", as I've gotten older, my response is only a trifle more temperate..."Careful what you wish for, sunshine."

I don't kow-tow to bullies of any ilk.



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 01:43 AM
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a reply to: seagull

The lefts radical groups have more funding and less media scrutiny. Antifa is being funded by Soros, a former Nazi youth that help round up Jews to be exterminated. Soros also openly declared he wanted to destroy the US. I despise both groups on each side, KKK and Nazis the most. They just need go away. I really want these groups to be deemed a terror group or be banned. I just see that currently the biggest domestic threat is coming from the left and our politicians and media are pulling the wool over people's eyes.



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 02:30 AM
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originally posted by: madmac5150
The Nazis were Socialists... says so right in their name...

(National Socialism (German: Nationalsozialismus), more commonly known as Nazism)

Socialists are Leftists.

Progressives are Leftists.

Socialists and Progressives would seem to be birds of a feather... and Nazis.


Im sorry to inform you that the Nazis were not socialist. They were far right wing.

The Nazis were "NationalSocialists" which has very little in common with socialism

en.wikipedia.org... :



The majority of scholars identify Nazism in both theory and practice as a form of far-right politics.[11] Far-right themes in Nazism include the argument that superior people have a right to dominate other people and purge society of supposed inferior elements.[12] Adolf Hitler and other proponents denied the view that Nazism was either left-wing or right-wing, instead they officially portrayed Nazism as a syncretic movement.





A major inspiration for the Nazis were the far-right nationalist Freikorps, paramilitary organizations that engaged in political violence after World War I.[17] Initially, the post-World War I German far right was dominated by monarchists, but the younger generation, which was associated with Völkisch nationalism, was more radical and it did not express any emphasis on the restoration of the German monarchy.[18] This younger generation desired to dismantle the Weimar Republic and create a new radical and strong state based upon a martial ruling ethic that could revive the "Spirit of 1914" which was associated with German national unity (Volksgemeinschaft).[18]


and lastly




During World War I, German sociologist Johann Plenge spoke of the rise of a "National Socialism" in Germany within what he termed the "ideas of 1914" that were a declaration of war against the "ideas of 1789" (the French Revolution).[78] According to Plenge, the "ideas of 1789" which included the rights of man, democracy, individualism and liberalism were being rejected in favour of "the ideas of 1914" which included the "German values" of duty, discipline, law, and order.[78] Plenge believed that ethnic solidarity (Volksgemeinschaft) would replace class division and that "racial comrades" would unite to


The Nazis believed in FISCAL Socialism, but social Conservatism



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 03:02 AM
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a reply to: Lucidparadox

It's absolutely painful to watch these people attempt to attach socialism to the white nationalist (or nazi) platform, or resort to chanting about 'Democrats' starting the KKK... as if those Democrats weren't the conservatives of their time that moved over to the Republican party by the time the Civil Rights Act came around. Sorry but these are right-wing folks by any, and every measure.

Pure scrambling... after these fools that stormed Charlottesville in the name of division and racism hit a bit close to home. Sucks to have these people, in greater numbers than I bet most would admit to, be part of the right wing base.



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 03:16 AM
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I'll leave this here:
www.nytimes.com...



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 03:48 AM
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a reply to: okrian

Amazing how you are trying to shift Democratic racism onto Republicans.


"I'll have those 'n-word's voting Democratic for 200 years."
- President Lyndon Johnson (D)



Referred to the Civil Rights Act of 1957 as the “'n-word' bill”
- President Lyndon Johnson (D)



“Son, when I appoint a 'n-word' to the court, I want everyone to know he’s a 'n-word'.”
- President Lyndon Johnson (D) Upon appointing African-American judge Thurgood Marshall to the Supreme Court


The Republican party was formed by Abraham Lincoln and their platform was to abolish slavery. Democrats passed the Jim Crow Laws and did everything they could to interfere with reconstruction. Since then Democrats have managed to distort their party's role in our history while taking advantage of the Black vote (as Trump rightfully and correctly pointed out during his campaign). Its one of the reasons he was able to gain support from black voters - He spoke the truth that Democrats spent more than a 150+ years trying to hide / distort.

The KKK was formed by 6 Confederate soldiers in Pulaski County, TN.

The ass clowns in Charlottesville were KKK / NEO Nazis / BLM and Antifa.

All of which were either created by Democrats (Dixiecrats) or are funded / supported by Democrats (BLM and antifa via Soros). We know this from Trumps DOJ ending the illegal practice of large settlements being diverted to left wing groups by the Obama administration.
* - Justice Department halts settlements funding outside groups

So lets put blame where it belongs. It is sad when the left refuses to denounce the actions of BLM and Antifa wile trying at the same time to act as if they are morally superior.

If you find the actions of Nazis and White Supremacists abhorrent then the same MUST be appli4ed to antifa and BLM.

Anything less is confirmation that Democrats are in fact guilty of the very thing they accuse the KKK / Nazis of being.

KKK in politics -
* - Robert Byrd (D) US Senator from W. Virginia
* - Hugo Black (D) Supreme Court Justice
* - Theodore G. Bilbo (D) US Senator from Mississippi
* - Bib Graves (D) Governor of Alabama
* - Clifford Walker (D) Governor of Georgia
* - George Gordon (D) US Congressman from Tennessee
* - John Clinton Porter (D) Mayor of Los Angeles
* - Benjamin F. Stapleton (D) Mayor of Denver
* - George Wallace (D) Governor of Alabama


Are there Republicans involved in the KKK? Absolutely there were / are.

The difference is they dont go out of their way to try and rewrite history to justify their actions as Democrats do. Of Course Democrats want Civil war statues torn down. Its a reminder that their party was responsible for slavery and the civil war. If they can erase that history they can continue to exploit Black voters.

The governor of Virginia (D) and the Mayor of Charlottesville (D) issued a stand down to law enforcement. They knew Antifa and BLM were going to be present and they knew exactly what was going to occur when those groups met the KKK/ Neo Nazi groups. It presented Democrats with the opportunity to once again change the narrative from N. Korea and Trumps win on getting Un to back down as well as the recent reports showing the DNC was not hacked but was in fact an inside job.

I still have yet to see any Democrats condemn BLM or Antifa. So Democrats are ok with violence when it suits their agenda.

So spare me the lecture on trying to blame Republicans for the Democrats stain on our history.

edit on 17-8-2017 by Xcathdra because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 03:54 AM
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originally posted by: Deaf Alien
I'll leave this here:
www.nytimes.com...


Trump was in fact sued in 1973 by the DOJ. The problem is so were many other businesses during that time. If you research the case you will find Trump / his business settled the suit with no admission of guilt. In today's terms it means the party who brought the suit wanted the money and was not interested in establishing the guilt of the people they accused.

I'll leave this here:
* - June 06, 2017 - The Clintons Had Slaves
edit on 17-8-2017 by Xcathdra because: (no reason given)



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