Biden Addresses Racism Against Asians

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so you're too dumb to answer the question I'll answer it for you.
Nazi's had a capitalist economy
The Economist magazine even coined the term "privatization" in describing their economy.
 

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so you're too dumb to answer the question I'll answer it for you.
Nazi's had a capitalist economy
The Economist magazine even coined the term "privatization" in describing their economy.
What was the name of their party again?

Just like Harris/Biden and crew are trying to do they capped Corporations on the amount of profit they can make at the same time encouraging them to hire more people and rewarding them with more contracts to reduce the large number of unemployment they had.

Within the next year (If they make it) watch Harris/Biden try to do the same thing (cap profits) to pay for their new social programs
 

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U.S. Justice Department to investigate rising tide of attacks on Asian Americans
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Protestors hold signs at the End The Violence Towards Asians rally in Washington Square Park on February 20, 2021 in New York.
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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Justice Department said on Friday it would investigate the rising tide of hate crimes in America, as Asian Americans have experienced a growing number of racially motivated attacks since former President Donald Trump began referring to COVID-19 as a “China virus.”

“The United States is currently facing unprecedented challenges, some of which are fueling increased bigotry and hatred,” said Pamela Karlan, the principal deputy assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division.


She added that her office is working with the FBI, federal prosecutors and local police to “evaluate possible hate crimes,” without providing further details.

A Justice Department official told Reuters the statement was a direct response to the increasing reports of violence against Asian Americans.

From March of 2020 to December of last year, there were more than 2,800 reported incidents of anti-Asian hate incidents in the United States, according to Stop AAPI Hate, a coalition that has been collecting data.

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While verbal harassment has made up more than 70% of the incidents, more than 8% involved physical assaults.

In one such example, a surveillance video that has since gone viral showed a 91-year-old Asian man in Oakland, California, being shoved to the ground on Jan. 31.

A suspect in the attack was later arrested, and now faces multiple assault charges for a number of Chinatown incidents. Prosecutors are also investigating whether the attacks were racially motivated.


Another high-profile example includes the January murder of Vichar Ratanapakdee, an 84-year-old immigrant from Thailand who was shoved to the ground in San Francisco and never regained consciousness after the fall.

San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin has since charged a suspect in Ratanapakdee’s death.
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where's your point
The point being that "nazi" is a derogatory term given to Hitler and his gang of criminal thugs by those in Germany who strongly opposed them. The term "nazi" comes from the name "Ignace" which became an insult, similar to "Karen" today but with a different meaning. An "Ignace" or "nazi" is a backwards, backwoods bumpkin. In other words, someone like you who if you lived in a village, you'd be the village idiot.
 
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You seem to be confused, have no real point, and instead of actually staying on topic you'd rather post your wikipedia knowledge.
 

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You seem to be confused, have no real point, and instead of actually staying on topic you'd rather post your wikipedia knowledge.
Not confused, made the point quite succinctly, and don't have to stay on topic to directly respond to your troglodytic, knuckle dragging posts. As for your constant pissing about wikipedia, once again shit head, I've been studying this shit for 45 years now. I've probably forgotten more about it than you ever learned.
 
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Once you get your terms right then one can discuss socialism in it's different forms
Hitler was quite socialist, but only to those were registered members of the NSDAP. For example, much like the rest of Europe, a university education in Germany depended entirely on your social station ie; nobility or other "upper class" twit. Hitler scrapped that bit of caste system bullshit and provided free tuition to anyone who wasn't nobility or other upper class, as long as they or their parents were registered party members, albeit creating his own bullshit caste system in the process. He really was an odd mix of ALT-left and ALT-right ideals. He enacted animal protection laws before they were "cool". The animal rights activists of today are pretty much all leftists. It always struck me as weird that a guy who enacted animal protection laws would also engage in a campaign of ethnic cleansing and genocide against other human beings. I mean think about it, when you call someone "sub-human" you're basically calling them animals. Holy shit am I ever high.😎:ROFLMAO:
 
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Not confused, made the point quite succinctly, and don't have to stay on topic to directly respond to your troglodytic, knuckle dragging posts. As for your constant pissing about wikipedia, once again shit head, I've been studying this shit for 45 years now. I've probably forgotten more about it than you ever learned.
did u crap your diaper again?
 

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Hitler was quite socialist, but only to those were registered members of the NSDAP. For example, much like the rest of Europe, a university education in Germany depended entirely on your social station ie; nobility or other "upper class" twit. Hitler scrapped that bit of caste system bullshit and provided free tuition to anyone who wasn't nobility or other upper class, as long as they or their parents were registered party members, albeit creating his own bullshit caste system in the process. He really was an odd mix of ALT-left and ALT-right ideals. He enacted animal protection laws before they were "cool". The animal rights activists of today are pretty much all leftists. It always struck me as weird that a guy who enacted animal protection laws would also engage in a campaign of ethnic cleansing and genocide against other human beings. I mean think about it, when you call someone "sub-human" you're basically calling them animals. Holy shit am I ever high.😎:ROFLMAO:
Hitler was definitely no socialist. He did not scrape any caste system, as he believed there were no class antagonisms. Who knows where you got the idea nazi Germany had free tuition from, but universal education started with Frederick II of Prussia. Giving a shit about animals hardly makes one a leftist, libshits also care about animals. Modern Germany still uses some of the animal welfare laws which began under the nazis.
This 'socialism for us, not for thee' attitude you say Hitler had, sounds like how capitalists act today. The ruling elites will certainly share the fruits of workers labor amongst themselves but only crumbs for the actual workers indeed.
Hitler certainly had some leftist rhetoric, but that was only to win the working class, and right-wing shitrats still use leftist rhetoric to this day.
 

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Hitler was definitely no socialist. He did not scrape any caste system, as he believed there were no class antagonisms. Who knows where you got the idea nazi Germany had free tuition from,
Hitler, Speer. And sorry to break it to you but Hitler had a very dim view of the Prussian nobility for the most part. He sure as f*ck didn't trust them either.
Giving a shit about animals hardly makes one a leftist, libshits also care about animals. Modern Germany still uses some of the animal welfare laws which began under the nazis.
And modern Germany is.... farther left than merely liberal.
This 'socialism for us, not for thee' attitude you say Hitler had, sounds like how capitalists act today. The ruling elites will certainly share the fruits of workers labor amongst themselves but only crumbs for the actual workers indeed.
Unlike communism/socialism where the ruling class STEALS the fruits of the workers' labour and at times have left them nothing at all. Do you know how to completely f*ck something up that works at least decently? Put a govt, ANY govt in charge of it instead of private enterprise. Wanna totally f*ck your food production? Let any govt take over and take charge. Wanna take a highly profitable multi-billion dollar company and run it into the red in 6 to 12 months? Let any govt take over. That's a serious problem. And the farther from the political center you get, in either direction, the more govt everyone has in their lives. I will NOT be ruled. I was born in a free country and I will die in a free country. Even if it means I have to defend it in my physically decrepit condition. Dying a free man is still better than living as little more than a serf who's well being is entirely dependent on the mood of their ruler. Human history isn't exactly replete with benevolent dictators.
Hitler certainly had some leftist rhetoric, but that was only to win the working class, and right-wing shitrats still use leftist rhetoric to this day.
Yeah, but not nearly as effectively as you left-wing vermin use it.
 
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