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jimjam wrote:58,220 American boys dead in Vietnam so that the faceless billionaires who run America's war machine could profit. JFK was planning to withdraw from Vietnam. When they blew his brains out there were only 90 dead American boys. 58,220 steel coffins alone must have made good profits for some fat war profiteering sons of bitches.

Today the American government continues to deploy lethal force around the world for the purpose of protecting corporate profits/interests under the farcical cover of "peace keeping" missions.

The military of the United States is deployed in more than 150 countries around the world, with approximately 165,000 of its active-duty personnel serving outside the United States and its territories.

Outside of active combat, U.S. personnel are typically deployed as part of several peacekeeping missions, military attachés, or are part of embassy and consulate security. Nearly 40,000 are assigned to classified missions in locations that the U.S. government refuses to disclose.


The story of a Republic that is turning into an Empire is a story that never seems to end well. And since this is a Country whose Elites aspire to universal domination, the wars that are coming will effect the entire world, indeed already are.
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maz wrote:The full context of her comments suggest that she was being far more incendiary than her 9/11 comments.

http://adam.curry.com/enc/1555271302.68 ... ontext.mp3

She is nothing but a political agitator, who is aware that her very presence is offensive to the American people. She literally wants Muslims to embrace their religion and angrily "confront Americans."


She meant "being treated as second class citizens" as always 'suspect' and prospective terrorist. After the 11th of Sept. attack it has been hell for many Muslims. Arrested and imprisoned without charge, trial or conviction for years! A climate of fear and suspicion exploited for warmongering and imperialist purposes of the Necons!

God forbid anyone demand they be recognised and treated equally in the USA, or any society.

ASLO I challenge these Nazis to specifically recognise the death threats against her and CONDEMN them without qualification. GO ON!
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redcarpet wrote:She meant "being treated as second class citizens" as always 'suspect' and prospective terrorist. After the 11th of Sept. attack it has been hell for many Muslims. Arrested and imprisoned without charge, trial or conviction for years! A climate of fear and suspicion exploited for warmongering and imperialist purposes of the Necons!


I generally agree that Muslims in general were given a raw deal after 9/11, particularly in the media, but I have no idea what she was talking about with her anecdotes.

She suggested that a hospital turned away a pregnant mother away because she was a Muslim. When and where the hell did this happen? I don't even think it's legal for a hospital to turn anyone away from getting emergency medical care.

And then she says something about not being able to take a 15 minute work break to pray with a prayer. Again, in most states that I've work in, it's the law for hourly employees to be able to take 15 minute breaks. In my workplace, I can take a 15 minute break whenever I feel like it and go and do whatever I want.

Point is that she's full of shit and she's fucking stupid. And telling her people to get in people's faces and "make them feel uncomfortable" isn't going to help; it's going to make things worse and cause more animosity towards Muslims. I think most Muslims are not as dumb as she is so they aren't going to follow her orders.

If they want to make trouble, go make trouble with the FBI, who procured terrorists and set the stage to arrest them in order to make headlines and justify their budgets. Go make trouble with the executives and producers of FOX, CNN, CBS, NBC, the NY Post, the Daily Sun and the rest.

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redcarpet wrote:She meant "being treated as second class citizens" as always 'suspect' and prospective terrorist. After the 11th of Sept. attack it has been hell for many Muslims. Arrested and imprisoned without charge, trial or conviction for years! A climate of fear and suspicion exploited for warmongering and imperialist purposes of the Necons!

God forbid anyone demand they be recognised and treated equally in the USA, or any society.

ASLO I challenge these Nazis to specifically recognise the death threats against her and CONDEMN them without qualification. GO ON!

She knew what she was doing when she used the dog whistle "being treated as second class citizens" and "death threats". Jussie Smollett had just given her a good example of that and seems to have gotten away with it. Playing the victim always works good with liberals unless they identify you as a "Nazis" or "White Nationalist".

Muslim women are treated much better in America than they are in the majority Muslim countries. Hell, she was even able to be elected to Congress here. That should tell you something about all her claims of being mistreated. It's bullshit.
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maz wrote:Point is that she's full of shit


No THAT'S YOU and other Nazis on this forum. Hate crimes are committed every year in the U.S, okay? Including Muslims.

Just because Michael Savage or Brietbart or FNC won't cover these incidents doesn't mean they don't happen. It just means they think heroes like your James Fields should never be arrested, or if they are let off.
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redcarpet wrote:No THAT'S YOU and other Nazis on this forum. Hate crimes are committed [b=https://ucr.fbi.gov/hate-crime/2017/topic-pages/jurisdiction]every year[/b] in the U.S, okay? Including Muslims.

Just because Michael Savage or Brietbart or FNC won't cover these incidents doesn't mean they don't happen. It just means they think heroes like your James Fields should never be arrested, or if they are let off.

Other Nazis on this forum? May it never be.
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Hindsite wrote:Other Nazis on this forum? May it never be.


Sarcasm aside, what do you think of Nazism/Fascism? Vladimir Jabotinsky was basically a Jewish Fascist, and he and many Jews truly admired Benito Mussolini. So where do you come down on the issue?
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annatar1914 wrote:Sarcasm aside, what do you think of Nazism/Fascism? Vladimir Jabotinsky was basically a Jewish Fascist, and he and many Jews truly admired Benito Mussolini. So where do you come down on the issue?

I certainly don't approve of Benito Mussolini's Fascism, which was basically socialism under a government dictatorship.
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I believe that this actually could happen because of the white supremacist conspiracy theories perpetrated by the media, and the moral panic.

Tucker Carlson: 'In 20 years, every fifth grader will believe 9/11 was committed by white supremacists'

Fox News host Tucker Carlson on his Monday night program said that in 20 years, every fifth grader in the U.S. will believe “9/11 was committed by white supremacists.”

Carlson's remarks came in the context of what he described as “propaganda” from liberals lambasting President Trump for inciting violence.

“I swear in 20 years, every fifth grader will believe 9/11 was committed by white supremacists,” Carlson said on his show. “Totally true. You watch. You heard it here first. They’re the real threat, we need to fear and suppress them.”
Democrats have accused Trump of inciting violence against Rep. Ilhan Omar

(D-Minn.), one of the first two Muslim congresswomen, by sharing an edited video on Twitter that featured images of the 9/11 terrorist attack with Omar’s comments spliced in between.

Trump issued the tweet after a new controversy surrounding remarks Omar made at an event in March sponsored by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) in Los Angeles. Conservatives saw her remarks as underplaying the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

Omar, misstating when CAIR was started, said "CAIR was founded after 9/11, because they recognized that some people did something and that all of us were starting to lose access to our civil liberties."

Carlson on Monday played a clip of Sen. Cory Booker

“Since 9/11, we've had terrorist attacks in this country, the majority of them have been right-wing extremists,” Booker said in an interview with CBS. “And the majority of those have been white supremacist attacks, from a synagogue in Pittsburgh to a church in South Carolina.”

“These are white supremacist groups that use language — as we saw as far away as New Zealand — use our president’s language almost as if a license for these attacks,” the senator added.

Booker appeared to be referencing a manifesto purportedly written by the suspect in the New Zealand mosque shootings that called Trump “a symbol of renewed white identity and purpose.”

Carlson condemned Booker and other “demagogues on the left” for speaking out against the “epidemic of hate crimes.”

“But they’re lying, there is no epidemic of hate crimes,” Carlson claimed, pointing to data from California detailing how only 65 people in the country's most populated state were convicted of hate crimes in 2017.

That data does show an increase in hate crime events.

California’s annual hate crime report detailed a 17.4 percent increase in hate crime events in 2017, rising from from 931 reported in 2016 to 1,093 in 2017.

FBI data released last year found that hate crimes increased in the U.S. for the third year in a row in 2017, rising 17 percent from the previous year. Law enforcement officials reported 7,175 hate crime incidents in 2017, up from 6,121 in 2016.

2017 saw the largest single-year increase in hate crimes in 2001, according to the FBI, when a terrorist attack on U.S. soil resulted in a significant spike in anti-Muslim crimes.

An analysis from The Washington Post last month found that counties where President Trump hosted a campaign rally in 2016 saw a 226 percent increase in reported hate crimes compared to similar counties that did not host one.

Omar said in a Sunday statement that she has experienced an increase in death threats after the president's tweet, including many directly referring or replying to Trump’s video.

“Violent crimes and other acts of hate by right-wing extremists and white nationalists are on the rise in this country and around the world,” Omar said. “We can no longer ignore that they are being encouraged by the occupant of the highest office in the land.”
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maz wrote:I believe that this actually could happen because of the white supremacist conspiracy theories perpetrated by the media, and the moral panic.


Seeing as you are a white supremacist I think your views on the subject may be a bit skewed Maz.

Also lmao @ citing the White Power Hour with Tucker Carlson.
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Hindsite wrote:I certainly don't approve of Benito Mussolini's Fascism, which was basically socialism under a government dictatorship.


No, it wasn't. Mussolini himself said that the economy of his Italy was Corporatist, the ultimate in Capitalist mutual back-scratching between the Government and Big Business. Kind of like what President Eisenhower warned the American public about in his ''Military-Industrial Complex'' speech back in the 1950's.

Point being, the founders of modern Israel were great admirers of the Fascists, and Israel has a very similar economy to that of Mussolini's Italy or Franco's Spain.
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annatar1914 wrote:Point being, the founders of modern Israel were great admirers of the Fascists, and Israel has a very similar economy to that of Mussolini's Italy or Franco's Spain.

I think Israel is closer to Britain and maybe the USA. I don't see Fascism in Israel.
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Hindsite wrote:I think Israel is closer to Britain and maybe the USA. I don't see Fascism in Israel.


Then you do not know Zionism, Israel, Britain, or Fascism very well at all, or don't want to look at Fascism very closely.

Central to Fascism is Ultranationalism and a Myth of National Rebirth, a general opposition to liberal democracy in essence if not in form, anti-communism/anti-Socialism, a belief in purity, strength and national unity if not actual racism, a mystical and romantic view of the Nation-State and the role of the individual in relation to the State within a society, militarism and a belief in national expansion and conquest, economic collaboration between the State and Big Business, etc....

Israel is closer to Fascism on all counts compared to Great Britain.
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annatar1914 wrote:Then you do not know Zionism, Israel, Britain, or Fascism very well at all, or don't want to look at Fascism very closely.

Central to Fascism is Ultranationalism and a Myth of National Rebirth, a general opposition to liberal democracy in essence if not in form, anti-communism/anti-Socialism, a belief in purity, strength and national unity if not actual racism, a mystical and romantic view of the Nation-State and the role of the individual in relation to the State within a society, militarism and a belief in national expansion and conquest, economic collaboration between the State and Big Business, etc....

Israel is closer to Fascism on all counts compared to Great Britain.

That seems like you are describing Great Britain to me, at least the way Great Britain used to be in their better days. So I see nothing wrong with Israel aspiring to greatness just like the USA in making America great again.
Praise the Lord.
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Hindsite wrote:That seems like you are describing Great Britain to me, at least the way Great Britain used to be in their better days. So I see nothing wrong with Israel aspiring to greatness just like the USA in making America great again.
Praise the Lord.


Well, Fascist status confirmed.

Thanks for at least being more open about it than others have been.
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Hindsite wrote:I don't call that Fascism. I see it as nationalism. I believe that is better than globalism.


Well, you're entitled to your opinion but not to your own facts. What I described are the basic common beliefs of the group of Ideologies called and self described by Fascists as ''Fascism''. If you can agree with most if not all of those common features, you are a genuine ''Fascist''.

Today, rightfully or wrongly, ''Fascism'' and ''Fascist'' have become dirty words used by Liberals and others to hurl at their enemies that have almost lost their original meaning. If you however can basically agree with those ideas, you really are a ''Fascist''. By the way, not all of those points are necessarily bad ones, but sometimes with Fascist intellectuals, you have to pin them down on what some of those things mean to them.
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