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Old October 28th, 2014, 06:18 AM   #1
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Old October 28th, 2014, 08:52 AM   #2
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It's like shooting fish in a barrel for these right wing media corporations, isn't it?

Hey, just saw a documentary about the KKK that showed how the KKK supported the republican party in the early 20's and through the Stock Market Crash. No coincidence that Dominioinism /Christian Reconstruction has the same hate groups and wraps themselves in a fake religious cult pretending to be Christian.

We need to stop these groups. Now.
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It's like shooting fish in a barrel for these right wing media corporations, isn't it?

Hey, just saw a documentary about the KKK that showed how the KKK supported the republican party in the early 20's and through the Stock Market Crash. No coincidence that Dominioinism /Christian Reconstruction has the same hate groups and wraps themselves in a fake religious cult pretending to be Christian.

We need to stop these groups. Now.
The KKK (Democrats) supported the GOP? In the 20's? Well now, that's certainly going to change the way I vote nest Tuesday. Yes sireeeee.
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Old October 28th, 2014, 11:41 AM   #4
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The KKK (Democrats) supported the GOP? In the 20's? Well now, that's certainly going to change the way I vote nest Tuesday. Yes sireeeee.
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Far-right politics or extreme-right politics are right-wing politics to the right of the mainstream centre right on the traditional left-right spectrum. They often involve a focus on tradition as opposed to policies and customs that are regarded as reflective of modernism. They tend to include disregard or disdain for egalitarianism, if not overt support for social inequality and social hierarchy, elements of social conservatism and opposition to most forms of liberalism and socialism. The terms are commonly used to describe fascism, neo-fascism and other ideologies or organizations that feature extreme nationalist, chauvinist, xenophobic, racist or reactionary views.[1] Some far-right movements, such as the Nazis, have pursued oppression and genocide against groups of people on the basis of their alleged inferiority or their alleged threat to the nation or state.[2]

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Definition and terminology

Far-right politics commonly include authoritarianism, anti-communism, and nativism.[3] Often, the term "far right" is applied to fascists and neo-Nazis,[4][5][6][7][8] and major elements of fascism have been deemed clearly far-right, such as its belief that supposedly superior people have the right to dominate society while purging allegedly inferior elements, and—in the case of Nazism—genocide of people deemed to be inferior.[9] Claims that superior people should proportionally have greater rights than inferior people are sometimes associated with the far right.[10] The far right has historically favoured an elitist society based on belief of the legitimacy of the rule of a supposed superior minority over the inferior masses.[11] Far-right politics usually involves anti-immigration and anti-integration stances towards groups that are deemed inferior and undesirable.[12] Concerning the socio-cultural dimension (nationality, culture and migration), one far-right position could be the view that certain ethnic, racial or religious groups should stay separate, and that the interests of one’s own group should be prioritised.[13]

There is disagreement among academics concerning the most appropriate way of defining the ideologies of right-wing extremist parties.[14] Within this debate different scholars disagree as to the number and combination of ideological features that qualify a party as right-wing extremist as well as the different typologies used to distinguish between parties within this family. According to Christina Liang, this "academic field is especially peculiar about its terminology. Each label carries with it a specific understanding of this family of political parties as well as a particular set of assumptions regarding their origins and electoral success".[15] In an extensive survey of the literature, academic Cas Mudde found 26 definitions of right-wing extremism that contained 57 different ideological features.[16] Alongside the theoretical debate concerning the nature of these parties there is also an empirical debate concerning who speaks for right-wing extremist parties and how to measure their ideology given that many reject the right-wing extremist label being applied to them.

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Jurgen Falter and Siegfried Schumann define right-wing extremism with reference to ten ideological features which they believe constitutes a core extreme right ideology, including hyper-nationalism, ethnocentralism, anti-communism, anti-parliamentarianism and anti-pluralism.[18]

Cas Mudde identified five key features – nationalism, racism, xenophobia, anti-democracy and the belief in a strong state – based on the fact that they appear in 50% of the definitions of the extreme-right that he surveyed.[19] However, in later writings he revisited his earlier assessment and argued in favour of a definition based upon three features: authoritarianism, populism and nativism.

According to Elisabeth Carter, the two defining features of a right-wing extremist party are: a rejection of fundamental human equality, which she asserts is what makes the party right-wing,[20] and a rejection of the fundamental democratic values of the state, which makes it extremist.[20]

Proponents of the horseshoe theory interpretation of the left-right spectrum identify the far-left and far-right as having more in common with each other as extremists than each have towards moderate centrists.[21]
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Liberals are dumber than dogs, so it's ironic when they try to make out Conservatives as dumb. People are born homosexual, but they cant' find a homogene. Companies vastly underpay women doing the same work as men, but the EEOC won't go after these companies. Blacks face discrimination, but in colleges most blacks have SAT scores below that of the lowest quintile of whites. Etc.


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This thread shows us that liberals need to double up on their tin foil hats.

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Obviously...the guy in the cartoon is a dolt.

Skews posted it...and looky at who sent in their thanks.

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The KKK (Democrats) supported the GOP? In the 20's? Well now, that's certainly going to change the way I vote nest Tuesday. Yes sireeeee.
Yes...the Republicans also held the Democratic National Convention for the Democrats ...co-sponsored by the KKK.

1924 Democratic National Convention + Ku Klux Klan = Klanbake
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