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  1. 30 May '17 21:41
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/may/30/donald-trump-portland-attack-not-blameless-white-supremacists

    "Donald Trump is not blameless when white supremacists slaughter people.
    Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric gives attacks like those in Portland legitimacy.
    When the president pours fuel on the fire, where does it stop?"

    "Jeremy Christian, an avowed white supremacist with a violent past,
    is the alleged killer of Rick Best and Taliesin Myrddin Namkai-Meche,
    but Donald Trump is not blameless for their deaths."

    "In fact, deadly violence due to what you wear on your head is the very specific
    nightmare of every Muslim woman who wears a hijab in the US today.
    Highly visible in a toxic Islamophobic environment, Muslim women in
    hijab endure all kinds of unconscionable abuse daily."

    "To the anti-Muslim bigots, a hijab is not a sign of piety. It’s a target.
    By the way, if you feel inclined to tell Muslim women to remove their hijabs as a way
    of avoiding violence, please don’t. Better yet, instruct the bigots not to attack them instead."

    "In Trump’s political lexicon, Muslims are to be extremely vetted, banned,
    registered and bombed –never tolerated, let alone respected."

    "Yet by not rupturing ties with the white nationalists and hate-mongers
    that he has courted, Trump emboldens their destructive capabilities to a
    point we soon may not be able to fathom and he may not be able to contain."

    "Trump’s romance with the far right has brought us to a point where our
    own politicians are demanding that rightwing extremist groups should
    usurp the power and authority of the state. We simply can’t let that happen."
  2. 30 May '17 21:47 / 1 edit
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/mar/28/white-supremacist-slew-man-manhattan-president-silent

    "A white supremacist slew a man in Manhattan. Why is the president silent?
    Trump’s refusal to condemn the attack against a black man – believed to be ‘practice’
    for a killing spree – allows hate and violence to breed."

    "Last week, a 28-year-old white man by the name of James Jackson traveled from
    Baltimore to New York City, reportedly to kill as many black men as he could, according
    to prosecutors. In his possession were two knives and a sword with an 18-inch blade.
    Upon arriving in New York, Jackson quietly checked in to a hotel near Times Square.
    Then he began his hunt."

    "Jackson, who turned himself in to the police after surveillance photos of him were released,
    reportedly told detectives that he was “angered by black men mixing with white women”
    and that he killed Caughman as “practice” for a killing spree that he was set to unleash
    in Times Square on other black men."

    "Imagine how different the reaction would be if James Jackson had been a Muslim killing other Americans.
    All we need to do is compare the coverage and reaction of last week’s Westminster attack to Jackson’s to see the difference."

    "But by ignoring some forms of politically motivated violence, namely by white supremacists,
    and casting blanket suspicion on entire groups of others, namely Muslims and immigrants,
    Trump is neither eliminating nor reducing political violence in our society.
    He is exploiting it. And he is encouraging it."
  3. 30 May '17 21:55
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/feb/23/north-carolina-islamophobia-muslims-threats

    "Islamophobia grows louder in North Carolina: 'Can we not kill them all?'
    The meeting of a far-right group in Kernersville has stirred fears across the state
    as Muslim leaders call on authorities to take action."

    "Jones’s presentation was repeatedly interrupted by comments about killing Muslims
    from Frank del Valle, a staunchly anticommunist Cuban immigrant, with little or no
    pushback from the others in the room. “Can we not kill them all?” Del Valle asked."

    "Those present laid out a scenario based on false representations of Islam and tangled
    conspiracy theories suggesting mainstream Muslims were stealthily plotting to kill non-believers."

    "News about a person casually discussing the indiscriminate killing of Muslims in an open meeting
    was particularly chilling, Antepli said, considering that mosques across the state recently observed
    the second anniversary of the murders of three Muslim college students in Chapel Hill.
    Deah Shaddy Barakat, Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha and Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha
    were murdered in their home on 10 February 2015 by a neighbor who lived in their condominium."

    "“I don’t know what the comforting message is. This needs to be taken absolutely seriously.
    The response from law enforcement has been very disappointing, to say the least.”"
  4. 02 Jun '17 22:46
    Lol, Your a freaking joke, Duchess.
  5. 02 Jun '17 23:07 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by SERGEANTPMAIN
    Lol, Your a freaking joke, Duchess.
    whatever she is, you're a racist loser. i say that with 100% certainty since you are proudly displaying the flag of a racist group of losers.
  6. Subscriber Suzianne
    Misfit Queen
    02 Jun '17 23:10
    Originally posted by SERGEANTPMAIN
    Lol, Your a freaking joke, Duchess.
    It's scary to be too far away from the TV, isn't it?
  7. 02 Jun '17 23:34
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi to SERGEANTPMAIN
    whatever she is, you're a racist loser. i say that with 100% certainty since you are proudly displaying the flag of a racist group of losers.
    SERGEANTPMAIN's a fanatical supporter of the CSA and an evident white racial supremacist.
    His sympathies may be with other white supremacists who murder people, particularly Muslims.
  8. Subscriber mchill
    Infinitorum
    03 Jun '17 14:43 / 3 edits
    Originally posted by Duchess64
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/may/30/donald-trump-portland-attack-not-blameless-white-supremacists

    "Donald Trump is not blameless when white supremacists slaughter people.
    Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric gives attacks like those in Portland legitimacy.
    When the president pours fuel on the fire, where does it stop?"

    "Jeremy Christian, ...[text shortened]... st groups should
    usurp the power and authority of the state. We simply can’t let that happen."
    Duchess - Normally I would agree, since your post is factually correct, however due to your warm and friendly nature, I now disagree with you 100%!!

    P.S. Yes, I proudly take credit for one of the thumbs down.
  9. Subscriber mchill
    Infinitorum
    03 Jun '17 14:51
    Originally posted by Duchess64
    SERGEANTPMAIN's a fanatical supporter of the CSA and an evident white racial supremacist.
    His sympathies may be with other white supremacists who murder people, particularly Muslims.
    Well good morning to you too Duchess. It's so nice to see your happy, calm, and friendly attitude has blessed us once again. I do so look forward to your next little gem of wisdom and inspiration.
  10. 03 Jun '17 16:39 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by mchill
    Well good morning to you too Duchess. It's so nice to see your happy, calm, and friendly attitude has blessed us once again. I do so look forward to your next little gem of wisdom and inspiration.
    You don't need to be white knighting subhuman white supremacists like SERGEANTPMAIN in order to further your petty feud with Duchess64.
  11. Standard member caissad4
    Child of the Novelty
    03 Jun '17 18:17
    Originally posted by SERGEANTPMAIN
    Lol, Your a freaking joke, Duchess.
    Shame on you.
    To the memory of the scores of my ancestors who died fighting for the Confederacy I say again, Shame On You.
  12. 03 Jun '17 18:53
    Originally posted by caissad4 to SERGEANTPMAIN
    Shame on you.
    To the memory of the scores of my ancestors who died fighting for the Confederacy I say again, Shame On You.
    There are at least several hateful white racial supremacists who write in this forum.
    It probably was only a matter of time before at least some of them expressed their
    implicit sympathy for other white racial supremacists who murder people.

    I welcome the obsessive hatred of racists like SERGEANTPMAIN and Mchill.
  13. 03 Jun '17 19:00 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by KazetNagorra
    You don't need to be white knighting subhuman white supremacists like
    SERGEANTPMAIN in order to further your petty feud with Duchess64.
    If I had been one of the girls (a black and a Muslim in hijab) being threatened with violence
    by Jeremy Christian, the avowed white racial supremacist who murdered two men who
    attempted to defend them, I expect that Mchill would support Jeremy Christian's attack on me.

    I would point out that Mchill's obsessive hatred of me is not just personal, it's also ideological.
    Mchill has claimed or at least implied that he believes that white men are the most oppressed group in the USA today.
    Although Mchill's racism may not be quite as overt or toxic as SERGEANTPMAIN's, Mchill's still a racist.

    Mchill's racism may explain in part why he was sympathetic toward Donald Trump in the 2016 campaign,
    though Mchill now disingenuously prefers to act as though he's consistently criticized him.
    After all, Donald Trump should be expected to act in ways to the advantage of white men.

    I would be hardly surprised to see Mchill join SERGEANTPMAIN in a white nationalist march
    if and when Mchill believes that the interests of white men are being threatened enough.
  14. 05 Jun '17 01:26 / 2 edits
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/jun/04/national-socialism-neo-nazis-america-donald-trump

    "Is there a neo-Nazi storm brewing in Trump country?
    Can national socialism, repackaged as ‘white identity’ politics, earn votes in rural counties that voted for Trump?"

    "Heimbach can put on a show of moderation. He doesn’t think everyone should have to
    live in a white ethno-state. That’s just his preference. He doesn’t hate other races.
    He just thinks that black Americans have, on average, a “lower future time orientation”.
    In interviews and speeches to other neo-Nazis, Heimbach is less circumspect, quoting
    Goebbels and speaking fondly of Mussolini.

    He is a Holocaust denier, believing that the systematic murder of 6 million European Jews
    by the Nazi regime did not happen, that it’s all a “Bolshevik conspiracy”. He has expressed
    sympathy for the racist killer Dylann Roof and praised white supremacist Norwegian
    mass murderer Anders Breivik.

    Real Christianity, he said, is “patriarchal, homophobic, racist and antisemitic”.
    He laughed. “I see that as a good thing.”"

    "In the political analysis of Trump voters, neo-Nazi advocates like Heimbach and some
    on the left tend to agree: Trump voters are a white identity movement, motivated to vote
    for him at least in part by outright racism, a claim Trump supporters vehemently reject."
  15. Subscriber mchill
    Infinitorum
    05 Jun '17 02:16 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by Duchess64
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/jun/04/national-socialism-neo-nazis-america-donald-trump

    "Is there a neo-Nazi storm brewing in Trump country?
    Can national socialism, repackaged as ‘white identity’ politics, earn votes in rural counties that voted for Trump?"

    "Heimbach can put on a show of moderation. He doesn’t think everyone should have to ...[text shortened]... vote
    for him at least in part by outright racism, a claim Trump supporters vehemently reject."
    I would point out that Mchill's obsessive hatred of me is not just personal, it's also ideological.


    Dear Duchess - This may come as a minor shock to you, but the only feeling I have regarding you is, not hatred, but genuine pity. It's clear to me you have some really deep psychological scars, and they manifest themselves in your outbursts of personal attacks at nearly anyone here who takes issue with your opinions. I am sorry you harbor such bitter feelings about white males. In fact white males have their imperfections just like everyone has, but the fact that you choose to dwell primarily on those, while turning a blind eye to the imperfections of others, could also be described as bigotry.

    As a political independent, I try to see things from both sides of each issue, and though I don't always succeed, do think I get right most of the time. You should try this yourself once in awhile.