Okay, I apologize to anyone that this thread might offend, but I was just reading this article off yahoo that was rather disturbing. Here's the link if you want to check it out:
http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/upshot/dist … 45626.html
Anyways, what are your thoughts on this? Are Nazis really coming back?
That just proves how deluded you are, Doug. And how much credibilty you lack.
"...But militants are not the only ones infiltrating the Tea Party movement. The white power movement views Tea Parties as opportunities to recruit as well as incite violence, as is evidenced by postings on the white power website Stormfront:
Whites Forward: "Go where our people are starting to stand up around symptoms of the problem, and INTERVENE to guide them. Just because these started as an anti-tax protest doesn't mean that they must be limited and can't be developed upward toward an explicitly racial mass struggle."
Scottish: "I think the "tea party" is a good way to meet people with potential. Most people at this event will be white people who are fed up with the direction of things and they are ready to hear how we got into this mess."
On Jan. 22 the Council of Conservative Citizens attended a Florida Tea Party, where members distributed two boxes of their newsletter and 250 Council business cards. The CofCC is the political face of the white power movement. Their mission statement declares that they "oppose all efforts to mix the races of mankind"...
From http://www.huffingtonpost.com/alex-bran … 37605.html
Look at the source Doug... flush goe your credibilty. Say hi to the tidy bowl man while your down there...
Doug, if you're taking your "facts" from Huffpo, it's no wonder you're having some problems with this issue. I've made it a policy of mine not to deal for any length of time with anyone who refers to Tea Party people as "teabaggers" because the term is meant to be offensive and because it show a decided lack of class. It never ceases to amaze me how the very people who like to consider themselves friends to humankind, who concern themselves with people's feelings, their wants, their needs, their very humanity, are so often the first to make such classless remarks.
Doesn't seem the movement in Germany could do much without a government in place to support the agenda?
Disturbing news about Nazis?
Only a fool would think that "Nazis", were completely gone. And, come to think of it, many immigrated to America many years ago and continued to build many smaller type groups on the same ideology.
This will come to fruition in the future, which will cause a racial civil war, within the boundaries of America, IF things are not changed.
Oh here we go with the conspiranuts again , someone gets a swastika tat and the world goes nuts. Please, a rivival of Nazi's, Like it could happen ! And , its idiotic to compare that with the tea party , If inglorious Bastages wasn't enough , drone nuke them! Actually lets sent Julian Assange over and let him run thier secret meetings. Slow sunday or what here? Happy fouth libs!
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