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August 15, 2017

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Deep State Special Legal Counsel

Donald John Trump telling us that there was violence on "all sides" is like condemning the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising for contributing to the horrors of WWII.

Nash Cambell

This is more of an oppressed white generation exploding in the face of Jewish dominance and they don't like it. Jews are minority in numbers but dominance within government, education, and employment. So one word fuck your anti-Semite propaganda.

I think it is going to get better from this point on.

anon

Steve

As a frequent critic of your posts, I must post a comment to express my deep regret that someone has decided to attack you on the basis of Jew hate. While I'm sure that many find my comments revolting when I question your partisanship, I can't help but think that there is an obvious difference. At least, I would hope most thinking people could tell the difference.

TOday, on Face the Nation, the editor of the Atlantic said that T had said that "both sides had a point." If he was referring to the monument debate, as we know from these pages (especially Brophy) he was correct. But, I fear that this person actually wanted to suggest that T had claimed that the KKK and like groups "had a point" - which, if that was the intent, was a blatant lie.

SO it is above. If folks take issue with the fact that you only attack republicans (so absurd, given the corruption in the D machine in Illinois) and if folks take issue with the fact that you sometimes make wild and really bogus claims (like "No one in 1969 ever imagined that we would see an event like Charlottesville in 2017.") then those folks have a point.

But, if folks attack you on your religious identity, then there is no point. Other than, perhaps, to show quite clearly the way that the D party has played identity politics so viciously of late (to try desperately to get votes) that some might say that the D party has invited this sort of disgusting bigotry.

No matter, however, whatever political point one might make about the Jew hate above. No one deserves to be subjected to such statements, and I express, in no uncertain terms, my solidarity with you on this point.

Nash Cambell

I'll answer the rubbish above. *Insert music*

They see me rollin.
They hatin.
They're trying to fake it till they make it.

All trolling aside from this 'anon'. He will come just like Trump pointed to a CNN Jewish journalist, he said on the news "look at him, lets give him a chance" than the guy start playing the race card. Trump answers "I heard you, sit down." I am sorry to say this but seriously that is a typical Jew. Many not all. They will come, annoy you with the history of holocaust to seek your kindness and when you're not aware, you will be back-stabbed by whatever means. In a job so they can take your position ? In education so they can advance over you and the list goes on and on.

You want to talk about hate, then change! don't be like a snake biting the hands that feed you.

You're not a victim, you're a monster. A good monster though. Monster Inc?

Nash Cambell

The fuck - stalking much ?

For the past five months, a group of litigants has been trying to hold Andrew Anglin, the founder of the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer, to account for some of his actions. It has not been easy.

A team of four people hired by the nonprofit Southern Poverty Law Center to serve Mr. Anglin with notice of a lawsuit accusing him of leading a “troll army” have failed. They scoured parts of Ohio, where Mr. Anglin is from, and talked to his brother; they went to his father’s counseling office; they drove around his sister’s church. When they saw someone was home at an apartment affiliated with him, they staked it out.

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