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August 25th, 2012, 16:56
Originally Posted by Zaleukos View Post
I thought so initially, but during the year since the attack I've noted that his crazy ideas and weird logic are common enough among a subset of the far right. It is basically the Eurabia theory on steroids plus a feeling that he "cultural marxist" elites are covering things up.
It never ceases to amuse me how biased people like to throw in “right-wing” or “far-right” when it comes to racists just because. Belong to a leftist-socialist group? Doesn’t matter, far-right.

Does anyone know the logic behind this? There actually isn’t any. The leftists disliked all the racists being associated with them and started calling them “far-right” or “right-wing.” And since the actual “right-wing” people were too busy working and believing people have brains and can think, they didn't argue with this obvious nonsense. Look at this article; does anyone see any major contradiction?

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-31751_16…ndon-olympics/

I can’t find a link to it, but study done in the US proved that the Aryan Nation were overwhelmingly Democrats. Not only did the support democrat candidates, they reaped the gains of the democrats since they were overwhelmingly unemployed, where union members, or collected social security disability. The women were overwhelmingly on welfare, wick, food stamps, and section 8 housing. Surprising as it may be, having racial tattoos all over your body makes you not very employable. Never mind the fact that the confederates were Democrats and the first Republican President ended slavery in the US.

And of course the vast right-wing conspiracy of evil white businessmen, who only care about money, actually care a great deal more about someone’s skin color. Why sell the blacks $300 sneakers when you can kill them because of white power? Killing and hating people for white power is very lucrative. It all adds up.
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