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    10 Aug '18 00:497 edits
    http://dailycaller.com/2018/08/02/dsouza-richard-spencer-socialism/

    In the new Dinish D'Souza film, "Death of a Nation", Richard Spencer is interviewed. For those who don't know, Spencer is credited for founding the "alt.right" movement.

    However, as D'Souza begins to talk to him in the interview, he sounds more and more like a flaming progressive. All of his favorite Presidents were racist democrat presidents, he does not believe in innate right, rather rights come from the collective state, and he is a socialist.

    But the press keeps pounding in everyone's head the notion that the Nazi socialists, along with Spencer, are really right wing Republican conservatives. I assume it is based upon the premise that the GOP hate minorities. I know I am tired of the endless wars like Libya and Iraq, and I don't hate minorities. But even on this forum I am continually called a racist even though I have never said that I am one, nor do I view other races as inferior. In fact, I often mock the whole notion of race by using the terms whitey and darkie. . But that is never good enough. No, I must be lying and am never to be believed. Just like this forum, it is nothing more than a massive Progressive propaganda that has convinced people that conservatives are racists.

    But as seen in this interview, the Nazi mentality, along with Spencer, is not conservative at all. In fact, it mirrors Progressive ideology more than anything. After all, who starts threads about how the white man is being outnumbered by those of color? Are they not all Progressives? Progs view people like me as a white devil, and not a human being. It's all identity politics, yet I'm suppose to be the racist one?

    Can the truth really reach society devoid of such media propaganda?
  2. SubscriberKingDavid403
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    10 Aug '18 01:13
    Originally posted by @whodey
    http://dailycaller.com/2018/08/02/dsouza-richard-spencer-socialism/

    In the new Dinish D'Souza film, "Death of a Nation", Richard Spencer is interviewed. For those who don't know, Spencer is credited for founding the "alt.right" movement.

    However, as D'Souza begins to talk to him in the interview, he sounds more and more like a flaming progressive. Al ...[text shortened]... ose to be the racist one?

    Can the truth really reach society devoid of such media propaganda?
    You need your Thorazine. Your narcissistic personality disorder with mental Hallucinations of self grandeur are showing again. Time for your pill sonny boy.
  3. Zugzwang
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    10 Aug '18 01:211 edit
    Originally posted by @whodey
    http://dailycaller.com/2018/08/02/dsouza-richard-spencer-socialism/

    In the new Dinish D'Souza film, "Death of a Nation", Richard Spencer is interviewed. For those who don't know, Spencer is credited for founding the "alt.right" movement.

    However, as D'Souza begins to talk to him in the interview, he sounds more and more like a flaming progressive. Al ...[text shortened]... ose to be the racist one?

    Can the truth really reach society devoid of such media propaganda?
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_B._Spencer

    "Richard Bertrand Spencer (born May 11, 1978)[1] is an American white supremacist.[2]
    He is president of the National Policy Institute, a white supremacist think tank, as well as
    Washington Summit Publishers. Spencer rejects the label of white supremacist and
    considers himself a white nationalist or white identitarian.[3][4][5] Spencer created the term
    "alt-right", which he considers a movement about "white identity".[6][7][8] Spencer advocates
    white-European unity and a "peaceful ethnic cleansing" of nonwhites from America"

    "Spencer has been described as a neo-Nazi and has publicly engaged in Nazi rhetoric on
    multiple occasions.[17][18][19][20] In early 2016, Spencer was filmed giving the Nazi
    salute to Milo Yiannopoulos in a karaoke bar.[21] In the weeks following the 2016 U.S.
    presidential election, at a National Policy Institute conference, Spencer quoted from Nazi
    propaganda and denounced Jews."

    "The majority of European nations, including the entire Schengen Area,[32] and nations with
    nationalist or ethno-nationalist governments,[33] have banned Spencer and condemned his message."