Quote: Originally Posted by Jinentonix
If the shoes fits. Apparently anyone who voted for Trump is a White supremacist and is therefore subject to whatever abuses antifa sees fit.
Funny how that works eh? Not all muslims are terrorists.
But there's plenty'd categorically ban them all from the U.S. and Canada.
Not all antifa members are hard-core communists.
Almost none of them are. A Che T-shirt from the Gap does not a communist make.
By the way, you never answered my question. Given its history and culture, would you say the U.S. is in more danger of going left-wing fascist or right-wing fascist?
Here's another question. Can you name a single popular politician in U.S. history who was a communist? Cuz I can name a bunch that were hard-core racists.
But everyone who voted for Trump is a racist nazi. Even the Black, Hispanic, Arabic and Asian people who voted for him are racist nazis.
Some are. It's entirely possible to be a non-white Nazi. In Germany in the 30s and 40s there were Jewish collaborators, some coerced, some voluntary. They were just conveniently erased from history after we and the Brits decided on the narrative that we fought the war to save the Jews.
That, by the way, is another example of how the "history and culture" folks are bellyaching is "being destroyed" (the statues aren't being destroyed, they're being moved) was as true and authentic as Harry Potter to begin with.
You know, because Trump, despite not a single shred of evidence to support the claim, is also a racist nazi.
There's a fair bit of evidence for the "racist" part, including a fair-housing lawsuit and his campaign rhetoric. As to the "Nazi," we haven't had a president since FDR who was more "unitary executive." There's also a streak of populism in there that, in this cycle, seems to be right-wing wherever in the world it pops up. Ultimately, it doesn't matter if Trump is personally a racist or not. He ran a racist campaign, and he certainly panders to them.
When I voted for him, I thought he would drop the appeals to racism and fascism when he got into office, just like Bush the Lesser dropped his bible-bashing and antiabortion foaming at the mouth about halfway through his first oath of office, and Bush the Greater only briefly flirted with appeals to racism. I was wrong.