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The Whitewashing of white supremacy-- neo-nazis, neo-confederates, ku klux klan

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alternative right is a euphemism for white supremacy. The bogus Breitbart News online agency promotes white supremacy and is supported by a number of white nationalist and white supremacist groups.

 

With Steve Bannon, the Breitbart News executive chairman, stepping to the Forefront of the Trump presidential campaign as CEO, it puts Breitbart and its supporters into the spotlight of mainstream America.

 

David Duke is also part of this mix. As the trump campaign picks up steam from Duke, his supporters and other independent white nationalist groups, it puts openly self-proclaimed racists right in the middle of a presidential campaign.

 

Certainly this is not the first time to see this. There were the Dixiecrats and of course, there was George Wallace in 1968.

 

But they were not part of one of the two mainstream parties.

 

Steve Bannon's ascendance into the driver's seat of the Republican presidential campaign makes the issue of the Alt- Right a major concern to all Americans who believe in the Constitution and equality for all.

 

It's easy to ignore these kinds of hate groups when they're On The Fringe or online or hidden out some place in Idaho.

 

But when these kinds of people and groups come into a mainstream presidential campaign, then it's time for all Americans to pay attention and to decide what they truly believe in and what they stand for.

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Alternative right is a euphemism for white supremacy. The bogus Breitbart News online agency promotes white supremacy and is supported by a number of white nationalist and white supremacist groups.

 

With Steve Bannon, the Breitbart News executive chairman, stepping to the Forefront of the Trump presidential campaign as CEO, it puts Breitbart and its supporters into the spotlight of mainstream America.

 

David Duke is also part of this mix. As the Trump campaign picks up steam from Duke, his supporters and other independent white nationalist groups, it puts openly self-proclaimed racists right in the middle of a presidential campaign.

 

Certainly this is not the first time to see this. There were the Dixiecrats and of course, there was George Wallace in 1968.

 

But they were not part of one of the two mainstream parties.

 

Steve Bannon's ascendance into the driver's seat of the Republican presidential campaign makes the issue of the Alt- Right a major concern to all Americans who believe in the Constitution and equality for all.

 

It's easy to ignore these kinds of hate groups when they're On The Fringe or online or hidden out some place in Idaho.

 

But when these kinds of people and groups come into a mainstream presidential campaign, then it's time for all Americans to pay attention and to decide what they truly believe in and what they stand for.

Don't forget Nixon's Southern Strategy based largely on racism and then Reagan capitalized on it big time.  Racism and hate has been a part of the Republican Party since 1964.  

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so anyone who supports trump is a white supremacist???

 

no, liberalism can't get way with that kinda phony blanket HS so they'll characterize most white trump supporters as duped.

 

the trademark of all liberalism. if you doan agree with liberalism then you are duped.

 

that's why trump has amassed so much support.

 

people are just plain sick and tired of the unbelievably irrational HS that american liberalism has churned out these past 50 years.

 

 

alotta people have simply reasoned that NOW is the time to get a hold of our cookies or maybe we never will.

 

trump is that hope. :)

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Trump's tweets come just a day after his new campaign manager said that he doesn't attack people personally

 

 

 

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http://www.politico.com/story/2016/08/trump-blasts-morning-joe-227258

 

Joe Scarborough--

 

Today the former Republican Congressman said:

 

 

" Trump is the underbelly of white resentment."

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I've never seen 'alt-right' anywhere but from some posters here. :P

You need to get out more. I hadn't seen the alt-right coinage

until a few months ago. This is one term that white supremacists

use themselves. Another is Europeanists, which is a bit of a

mouthful. It seems that even to white supremacists the term

white supremacist has become verboten. What is this country

coming to?

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Joe Scarborough--

 

Today the former Republican Congressman said:

 

 

" Trump is the underbelly of white resentment."

scarborough is the underbelly of rino establishment sell-outism.

 

why should joe be resentful?

 

he's getting rich on msnbc. maybe he should start dating arianna huffington. :lol:

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You need to get out more. I hadn't seen the alt-right coinage

until a few months ago. This is one term that white supremacists

use themselves. Another is Europeanists, which is a bit of a

mouthful. It seems that even to white supremacists the term

white supremacist has become verboten. What is this country

coming to?

well, white supremacy is not something I've ever obsessed on.

 

trump winning on november 8th will be enough for me. :)

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You need to get out more. I hadn't seen the alt-right coinage

until a few months ago. This is one term that white supremacists

use themselves. Another is Europeanists, which is a bit of a

mouthful. It seems that even to white supremacists the term

white supremacist has become verboten. What is this country

coming to?

Noticed a new one racialist.  What is that a racist nationalist?

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You need to get out more. I hadn't seen the alt-right coinage

until a few months ago. This is one term that white supremacists

use themselves. Another is Europeanists, which is a bit of a

mouthful. It seems that even to white supremacists the term

white supremacist has become verboten. What is this country

coming to?

Hillary to address the problematic issue of the Alt-Right/ white nationalism

And Donald Trump on Thursday.

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well, white supremacy is not something I've ever obsessed on.

 

trump winning on november 8th will be enough for me. :)

 

But you've got Trump playing footsie with white supremacists, and possibly influencing his decision making, especially with Steve Bannon there. Doesn't that, at the very least, give you pause to wonder about your supposed "working class" billionaire hero?

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well, white supremacy is not something I've ever obsessed on.

 

trump winning on november 8th will be enough for me. :)

Killing two birds with one stone perhaps.

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Noticed a new one racialist.  What is that a racist nationalist?

There was a third alternative I saw, I think with the word

nationalist as one of its parts. Can't recall the other word.

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Hillary to address the problematic issue of the Alt-Right/ white nationalism

And Donald Trump on Thursday.

A really clever ad person could come up with some

interesting political ads on the subject.

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Hillary to address the problematic issue of the Alt-Right/ white nationalism

And Donald Trump on Thursday.

Her speech on the Alt-Right today - - Hillary Clinton says that Donald Trump has brought the Alt-Right into the mainstream of the Republican Party.

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well, white supremacy is not something I've ever obsessed on.

 

trump winning on november 8th will be enough for me. :)

 

"The “alt-right” opposes diversity and immigration, arguing that those policies are a form of “white genocide.” It embraces racism, sexism, anti-Muslim bigotry, and anti-Semitism and sees its goal as usurping the traditional conservative movement, which it views as feckless and weak, in favor of a brand of nationalism."

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Julia Ioffe, a reporter for Politico has been harassed and threatened with death threats because she wrote an article that Trump' Alt-Right supporters didn't like about Trump's wife.

 

Ms. Ioffe is Jewish.

 

She was harassed and threatened online with photos depicting her in the Holocaust-- dressed as if she was in a Nazi death camp.

 

Wolfe Blitzer asked Trump what he thought of all this and did he want to send a message to his supporters who had threatened and harassed this Jewish reporter.

 

Trump replied:

 

I don't have a message for the fans.

 

The reporter mentioned hate sites such as White Genocide as well as Breitbart.

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Julia Ioffe, a reporter for Politico has been harassed and threatened with death threats because she wrote an article that Trump' Alt-Right supporters didn't like about Trump's wife.

 

Ms. Ioffe is Jewish.

 

She was harassed and threatened online with photos depicting her in the Holocaust-- dressed as if she was in a Nazi death camp.

 

Wolfe Blitzer asked Trump what he thought of all this and did he want to send a message to his supporters who had threatened and harassed this Jewish reporter.

 

Trump replied:

 

I don't have a message for the fans.

 

The reporter mentioned hate sites such as White Genocide as well as Breitbart.

:lol: whatta card!

 

donny's just joshin' because he knows who's side the msm including cnn is on.

 

 

why should he be serious with them since they make a mockery of jourmalistic objectivity?. :)

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Alternative right is a euphemism for white supremacy. The bogus Breitbart News online agency promotes white supremacy and is supported by a number of white nationalist and white supremacist groups.

 

With Steve Bannon, the Breitbart News executive chairman, stepping to the Forefront of the Trump presidential campaign as CEO, it puts Breitbart and its supporters into the spotlight of mainstream America.

 

David Duke is also part of this mix. As the Trump campaign picks up steam from Duke, his supporters and other independent white nationalist groups, it puts openly self-proclaimed racists right in the middle of a presidential campaign.

 

Certainly this is not the first time to see this. There were the Dixiecrats and of course, there was George Wallace in 1968.

 

But they were not part of one of the two mainstream parties.

 

Steve Bannon's ascendance into the driver's seat of the Republican presidential campaign makes the issue of the Alt- Right a major concern to all Americans who believe in the Constitution and equality for all.

 

It's easy to ignore these kinds of hate groups when they're On The Fringe or online or hidden out some place in Idaho.

 

But when these kinds of people and groups come into a mainstream presidential campaign, then it's time for all Americans to pay attention and to decide what they truly believe in and what they stand for.

Above is some of what was in Secretary Clinton's speech today about the Alt Right--

 

But she had much more to say and you should read her speech in its entirety.

 

This is about the future of the United States-- it's not a joke or a reality show anymore.

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Steve Bannon - - Trump's new Campaign CEO is a wife abuser and an anti-semite.

 

 

The London Daily Mail has recently reported that Steve Bannon, the former CEO of Alt-Right Breitbart has court records detailing wife abuse and anti-semitism.

 

In reviewing his divorce records of 1996, they stated that he has physically attacked his wife forcing her to call the police for help and demanded that their children not attend a particular private school because it was frequented by Jewish children.

 

 

The records also disclosed that his wife had stated that Bannon postponed their marriage until she could prove to him that his two twin baby girls--that she was pregnant with--were not physically disabled.

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Steve Bannon - - Trump's new Campaign CEO is a wife abuser and an anti-semite.

 

 

The London Daily Mail has recently reported that Steve Bannon, the former CEO of Alt-Right Breitbart has court records detailing wife abuse and anti-semitism.

 

In reviewing his divorce records of 1996, they stated that he has physically attacked his wife forcing her to call the police for help and demanded that their children not attend a particular private school because it was frequented by Jewish children.

 

 

The records also disclosed that his wife had stated that Bannon postponed their marriage until she could prove to him that his two twin baby girls--that she was pregnant with--were not physically disabled.

His wifes jewish?

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"White nationalist media figures trashed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s speech highlighting Republican nominee Donald Trump’s connections to the racist “alt-right” movement. The racist figures said that the speech will “backfire tremendously” and that it showed Clinton is a “candidate for White dispossession.” They also reaffirmed their support for Trump, who they said represents an “implicit white revolt.”....

 

http://mediamatters.org/research/2016/08/25/white-nationalists-stand-trump-after-clinton-highlights-his-racist-alt-right-ties/212674

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"...Breitbart characterizes as “a young, rebellious contingent who feel a mischievous urge to blaspheme, break all the rules and say the unsayable. Why? Because it’s funny!” They are “drawn to the alt-right…because it promises fun, transgression and a challenge to social norms they just don’t understand.”

 

What sort of “social norms” are we talking about? Well….

Millennials aren’t old enough to remember the Second World War or the horrors of the Holocaust. They are barely old enough to remember Rwanda or 9/11.

Racism, for them, is a monster under the bed, a story told by their parents to frighten them into being good little children....

 

http://www.commondreams.org/views/2016/08/26/guided-tour-alt-right-trump-campaign-chiefs-website

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"...Breitbart characterizes as “a young, rebellious contingent who feel a mischievous urge to blaspheme, break all the rules and say the unsayable. Why? Because it’s funny!” They are “drawn to the alt-right…because it promises fun, transgression and a challenge to social norms they just don’t understand.”

 

What sort of “social norms” are we talking about? Well….

Millennials aren’t old enough to remember the Second World War or the horrors of the Holocaust. They are barely old enough to remember Rwanda or 9/11.

Racism, for them, is a monster under the bed, a story told by their parents to frighten them into being good little children....

 

 

http://www.commondreams.org/views/2016/08/26/guided-tour-alt-right-trump-campaign-chiefs-website

 

I don't know about the logic of all that - -

 

I don't remember slavery,the Holocaust or World War II - - and yet I know about how tragic and serious those horrible things were.

 

 

Some of those millennials are lacking, what we used to call a good home upbringing, and without a doubt a good public school education.

 

 

I want to add that a Generation X person once told me--

 

She shouldn't be expected to know anything about World War II because they never got that far in her history class at school.

 

And why could she or should she know something about any war that occurred before she were born?

 

Now that's not public education - - that's just a bad attitude or should I say a product from a society that treasures the here-and-now of fast money and instant gratification over the heritage of their own history and culture.

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