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In late August, David Duke traveled to Sweden to meet with like-minded Scandinavian racists and give two speeches at a "Nordic Alliance Festival," sponsored by the Nordiska Foerbundet [Nordic Association] and Nordiska Foerlaget, an extreme right-wing publishing house. Postings on neo-Nazi Web sites indicate that about 300 people attended the festival, which also featured a speech by Klaus Menzel, an elected representative of the far-right German NPD party in the German state of Saxony.
After the festival, Duke cut short a trip to Eastern Europe when he learned that Hurricane Katrina had damaged his office and home in Mandeville, Louisiana. He called for financial contributions and volunteers to assist with rebuilding. He also inveighed against minority looters in the area and used this opportunity to make racist statements on his Web site, saying, "We are getting a very brutal lesson in the harm that a large Black population can cause."
Duke was awarded a doctorate in history in September 2005 by MAUP -- the Interregional Academy of Personnel Management, a major private university system in the Ukraine. His dissertation topic was, predictably, "Zionism as a Form of Ethnic Supremacism." He had earlier been given an honorary doctorate by the same university, where he has lectured occasionally since 2002. During his doctoral defense Duke alleged that "Jewish supremacism and extremism [are] growing even more radical," and that extremists have taken over Israel. MAUP has over 30,000 students and branches throughout the Ukraine, and is known for training many of the country's senior civil servants. The university's leaders have a reputation for promoting anti-Semitism; it is for that reason that Israel asked Ukraine's president to prohibit MAUP's president, Dr. Georgy Tchokin, from running in the next Ukrainian parliamentary elections. Duke's dissertation committee was headed by University Rector Prof. Mykola Golavatiy, the former Minister for Ukrainian Youth Affairs. Unfortunately, Duke's new Ph.D. may add authority, for some, to his writings and rhetoric.
Originally posted by nixie_nox
I will ask the same question I always ask when someone accusses of illegals taking jobs.
No i stand by my words and say protecting local jobs for local people is not racist in the least and you can quote me a million times on that one.
Would you care to say why you would want people in a local comunity to be forced on to lower wages by immigrants because your words seem to give you away.
Hope your not going to throw you hands in the air and start talking about Hittler and killing jews because you don't have an answer to that one.