Discussion: Meet The Man Leading The White Supremacist Charge For Trump

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Black supremacist and Nation of Islam founder Louis Farrakhan may have just ‘endorsed’ Donald Trump… repeats Trump’s campaign line… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qROJZcQpac

Louis Farrakhan: Mr. Trump said, we cant allow these Muslims, refugees, into America. Now a lot of people were upset with him, but I know the hatred for America in the Muslim world is building as we told Mr. Bush… In this way Mr, Trump is wise to vet anyone coming from that area into America…

I think irony is truly dead, when white supremacists are using a robot to get people fired up about pressing 1 for English.

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Shorter Assholes: Please help us construct a reservation for whites as soon as possible. If you care, send French Vanilla Creamer.

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The hilarious thing about all of this is that Trump doesn’t give a rat’s ass about any of the issues that get these bigots excited. Trump’s a businessman, through and through, who is getting an erection over the thought of being able to use the office of the President of the United States to further all his international business interests.
And the same people who are getting apoplectic over the Clintons’ international foundation have no problem with this man as President. There is no shortage of stupidity in this country.

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Trumps very slogan “Make America Great Again” is a racist dog whistle that has nothing to do with the numbers you traditionally judge a president by, job creation, reduced deficit spending, economic strength and stability. If it did it would be undeniably associated with The Obama Administration,and the rebound from the nightmare known as Bush 43.

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I didn’t know it was possible to feel sad for racists, but these guys are pathetic. All they have left is being white, and that just doesn’t mean what they want it to anymore.

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Here’s a small example of the problem with Republicans and everyone to their right. Their outrage is justified but they’re 180 degrees backwards with their target selection. American businessmen choose labor saving technology like phone trees, predictive autodialers and robo-callers, over human beings. American businessmen have basically kept 40 years of productivity gains all to themselves. But workers’ jobs don’t get easier. Those who don’t get laid off are just expected to produce more. Customers actually have to do more labor, in the form of learning the phone tree logic, translating our English thoughts into single-digit keystrokes, and then verbally repeating all the information we’ve just wasted 5 minutes entering, to the person who finally answers the damned phone.

Same thing with illegal immigrants. If American businessmen didn’t hire them, most wouldn’t bother. And there’s no uglier spokesman for American Businessmen than Donald Trump.

Rump is the ultimate death of irony.

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This.

It takes fewer people to make the same amount of goods. But if the addditional workers are not needed, how do you see that they are fed? Let alone have a dignified quality of life?

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George Wallace’s daughter says Trump is as racist as her father was in his early years.

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Poor bastard. Born a hundred years too late and in the wrong country.

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#Trump: Make America White Again

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Follow the money. The Koch’s are secret benefactors to several white supremacist organizations. The Koch’s have continued their Nazi ways started by the old man back in Austria before they high tailed to the US as Hitler was falling. (The Koch’s were with the John Birch society in the 60’s and 70’s and now call themselves Libertarians or Tea Party members)

Connect the dots of the Koch family:

Nazi in Austria = John Birch Society in the US in 60’s and 70’s = US Libertarian = today’s Tea Party

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“William Daniel Johnson has a vision for America. The Los Angeles-based lawyer thinks that the United States will see the creation of a white ethno-state within his lifetime.”

Good. Then we’ll know right where to dig the moat!

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You have to take Calypso Louie with a grain of salt on this issue. Dude is bent because his kult isn’t seen as part of the over all Islamik fabrik and that has rubbed him raw for a long time. What I find most amusing is that murikans hate muslims, but you people will still buy our oil instead of supporting renewable energy and secondly, it’s ironic that a bunch of people whose ancestors kame to these shores uninvited, while dragging their slaves with them, who didn’t assimilate into the established culture. are bitching and moaning about a group of people who are trying to do the same thing

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I call it the play-ball-in-the-neighborhood metaphor.

What does a driver do when he/she sees a play-ball rolling out into a neighnborhood street? He/she slows up…there will be a running child close behind. What does one hear when the term “white” is extensively used? Some form of “racial” rejection of under-beings. In both the latter and the former cases, one invariably follows the other.

“Race” is simply too good for too many unfulfilled people to not serve as a reliable pick-me-up.

The “racial divide” (“white” versus __________) is the single most effective eraser of just about any public cognizance of socioeconomic dynamics as the United States has ever possessed. Lyndon Johnson just had a more colourful and concise way of stating this.

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There ya go, POSTER CHILD FOR FASCISM!

Donald Trump has no SOUL, seriously he’ll take-it ANYWHERE he can get it.

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Vote racist. Don’t worry about what happens next.
What happens next is a generation of the squeaky white nation gets inducted into the war machine and gets wasted.
Those who ignore history are determined to repeat it.

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It really sets them off. My late 'bagger brother had something about it on his voicemail message.

Most of the world is assimilating to American culture. Groups that learn to respect the rights of the minority do pretty well with democracies. Those that don’t, go under.

We were, are and will be imperfect but we do better than most places on most dimensions.