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The Nazification of the Republican Party

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Wednesday, January 20, 2021 4:45 PM

REAVERFAN


The Nazification of the Republican Party
https://www.counterpunch.org/2021/01/20/the-nazification-of-the-republ
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After World War II, the Nazis who helped Hitler rise to power and murder millions of people, including at least 6 million Jews, were put on trial to send a warning to the world. Not all of them faced a judicial process, but enough were not protected by their high status, official offices, or claims of “innocence” and “patriotism.” Power through violence was the only language they spoke—not justice, not freedom—and they were held accountable. These criminals faced a tribunal at Nürnberg (Nuremberg) so momentous that the disgraced word “Nazi” is forever attached to those who participated in and enabled their horrific crimes.

After the war, Germany banned Nazi flags and neo-Nazis. In fact, the only way that Nazi paraphernalia got into Germany was through smuggling from other countries such as the United States, like from Nazi propagandist Gerhard Lauck in Nebraska, the man called the “Farm Belt Führer” who served four years in a German prison for distributing banned pro-Nazi materials throughout Europe.

I know this because I teach a course on White Supremacy at Smith College that focuses on anti-Semitism, anti-Black racism, and the many intersecting components of white supremacist ideology. After more than 30 years of organizing and teaching about fascism as a Black feminist activist and academic, I know the destructive influence of these noxious ideas, and I teach young people how to interpret and resist them.

Global contempt for the word “Nazi” is a lesson for us today in the United States after the attempted criminal coup at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. Anyone identified as sympathetic, supportive, or financing these seditious acts that attempted to deny the peaceful transfer of power in our country should be treated with the same public condemnation that the Nazis received after World War II. This includes Nazified people in Congress, in the media, in universities, in regular jobs, and throughout society because fascism is not the fevered dream of one delusional man. Trump is a white supremacist; that he is also a deranged narcissist is really incidental.

The Republicans are a morally bankrupt political party that supported a deranged president who brought this fragile, evolving democracy to the brink of extinction simply because they can’t stand the glacially slow and righteous empowerment of people of color and any limits on their power to amass an immoral amount of wealth. To paraphrase noted Black educator Vincent Harding, we are citizens of a country that has yet to be realized.

The Republican brand as a legitimate political party will be forever associated with far-right ideologies, including neo-Nazis and neo-Confederates. These so-called “respectable” leaders coddled and stoked a white supremacist insurrection by Trump for the past four years. Their transactional opportunism enabled Confederate flags to be defiantly paraded in the U.S. Capitol, a shame not even achieved during the Civil War. They proved they don’t want to share a pluralistic democracy with other political parties and interests.

If Republicans can’t permanently dominate this country with a demographically shrinking number of angry white people, they proved they are ready to blow it up, figuratively and literally. Now they want us to rush to forgiveness and reconciliation, and ignore that truth and accountability come first in the achievement of healing.

Hitler led an insurrection against the German government in 1923 and was sentenced to five years in jail, served one, and used that leniency to commit the Holocaust. Never forget that premature forgiveness before accountability is dangerous. Fascists are violent because of who THEY are, not what WE DO–like the ordinary Germans who underestimated the Nazis and thought they were just another political party on the right. Germans who weren’t Nazis passively went about their normal affairs by denying the realities of their Jewish neighbors, all for the sake of “unity.”

Republicans are no longer entitled to exist as a legitimate political party because this authoritarian backlash has been building since new Civil Rights laws were passed in 1964 and 1965 in response to white racist violence captured on TV that required the National Guard to quell. Then-President Lyndon Johnson predicted that most white people would flee the Democratic Party to join the pro-segregationist, anti-feminist, and anti-gay revanchist political movement of George Wallace, Richard Nixon, and Ronald Reagan. Every undemocratically selected Republican president since the 1960s (by an electoral college designed to be disenfranchising) has failed to repudiate this neo-fascist wing of their party.

I’m through giving Republicans the benefit of the doubt after 50 years.

The term “Nazi” is not even strong enough to convey the opprobrium and disgust human rights activists feel for those who brazenly claim they are simply patriots with different opinions. From the White House, to the Congress, to the streets, they declared war on democracy. They are seditionists, co-conspirators, and neo-Nazis hiding in plain sight who chose to use whatever power, platforms, and microphones they had to overturn this system of government. Their apparent goal is an apartheid-like system in which an embattled minority of people rule over millions of people who oppose them. We must send an unmistakable signal that this will not be tolerated when a more competent neo-fascist seeks to gain permanent power in the Congress or White House in the future.

I’m calling them American Nazis, who adapted the playbook of the Third Reich. Trump may be gone but Trumpism is not. As House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, they prioritized their “whiteness over democracy.” This is highlighted by their implacable attack on voting rights. Republicans who encouraged this dangerous resurrection of fascism are already trying to erase what happened or describe it as simply a “First Amendment Protest.” These apologists trying to launder their shredded reputations should be denied jobs, media opportunities, publishing contracts, and all other opportunities to spread their contempt for democracy. As philosopher Karl Popper observed in 1945, “In order to maintain a tolerant society, the society must be intolerant of intolerance.”

We must defend an open, democratic society against these forces of fascism disguised as a respectable Republican Party that encouraged a white supremacist insurrection that seeks to rule like kings above the law. They see calls for unity and civility as weakness, as all fascists do. They take advantage of an open society to undermine the incremental progress of the 20th century in race, gender, citizenship, national, and international relations. For over a century they’ve proven they can’t be trusted with military power, disrupting other democracies by fomenting wars and low-intensity conflicts around the world that have killed millions of people. They are unable to accept the complexity of a multi-cultural and multi-racial globalized world, so they stew in their resentments, and fight every effort to democratize the privileges and benefits of our world. They are at the natural demise of a political party that sought to hold onto power through a web of lies to their followers to enrich a small cabal of people.

America’s tattered global reputation is at stake in this unending Civil War. Instead of denouncing the traitors in 1865, we allowed them to be rehabilitated and enshrined in monuments across the country. Will our descendants look back and see that we flinched yet again when it was time to hold insurrectionists accountable? If not, we’ll have the shortest Reconstruction in history.

Our commitment to human rights, just laws, social welfare, global peace, and democratic governance is what authoritarians seek to undermine through abuse of the concept of freedom. We should call them all American Nazis and prevent them from hiding behind mealy-mouthed words because they’ve shown us who they are. Now we must believe them.
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You can't have "unity" with idiots. You have to crush them.


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Wednesday, January 20, 2021 5:21 PM

REAVERFAN


Pro-Trump Politician Arrested By FBI





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Wednesday, January 20, 2021 6:01 PM

WISHIMAY


Quote:

Originally posted by reaverfan:

You can't have "unity" with idiots. You have to crush them.




I still like the How to Train Your Dragon version...

"Unreasonable people cannot be reasoned with."



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Wednesday, January 20, 2021 8:30 PM

REAVERFAN


Cringing HARD at Styxhexenhammer’s Bizarre Inauguration Day Video





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Wednesday, January 20, 2021 10:36 PM

6IXSTRINGJACK


There's just no making some people happy, huh?



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Thursday, January 21, 2021 1:46 PM

REAVERFAN


Quote:

Originally posted by 6IXSTRINGJACK:
There's just no making some people happy, huh?




You'll never be happy. America will not become the fascist shithole you and styx want it to be.



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Thursday, January 21, 2021 5:55 PM

REAVERFAN


I'm so grateful that the Nazis are all getting arrested. 20 years, minimum.



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Thursday, January 21, 2021 7:05 PM

REAVERFAN


Some of the STUPIDEST Political Commentary I've Ever Seen


What a stupid little Nazi.



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Thursday, January 21, 2021 7:11 PM

REAVERFAN


Marjorie Taylor Greene Files Articles of Impeachment against Joe Biden; looks like an IDIOT





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Thursday, January 21, 2021 10:38 PM

REAVERFAN






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Friday, January 22, 2021 6:52 PM

REAVERFAN


Even After January 6, Some in Media Can’t Kick Their Addiction to False Balance
https://fair.org/home/even-after-january-6-some-media-cant-kick-their-
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In the wake of the unprecedented events of January 6, many in corporate media—on both the editorial and reporting sides—have displayed a new and refreshing ability to apply accurate labels to people and their behaviors (“sedition,” “incitement,” “white nationalists,” etc.) and to apportion blame based on reality, not a wished-for fantasy of balance.

That false concept of balance, which FAIR has criticized for years (e.g., FAIR.org, 9/30/04, 9/17/20), is finally coming under greater scrutiny. As Washington Post media critic Margaret Sullivan (1/17/21) recently wrote: “When one side consistently engages in bad-faith falsehoods, it’s downright destructive to give them equal time.”

And many of her colleagues appear to have finally absorbed that lesson as they cover this month’s events. Where previous coverage of Trump and his followers often strained to balance the positive and the negative (e.g., FAIR.org, 6/1/17, 7/24/19), reporting and analysis of the insurrection and its aftermath have largely cast aside attempts at false balance. At CNN.com (1/12/21), a news headline unequivocally announced, “Defiant Trump Denounces Violence but Takes No Responsibility for Inciting Deadly Riot,” using language corporate media in the past would typically have reserved for opinion pieces. In the New York Times (1/6/21), after quoting several of Trump’s statements to the crowd, Rudolph Giuliani’s call for “trial by combat” against the Democrats and Donald Trump Jr.’s “we’re coming for you” threat to Republicans who wouldn’t back Trump’s efforts to overturn the democratic election, reporter Maggie Haberman wrote directly, “Mr. Trump helped set in motion hours of violence and chaos that continued as darkness fell on Wednesday.”

Considering that Trump has few allies left within the establishment—even many big businesses have publicly turned against him—perhaps it’s easier for journalists to cast off their commitment to false balance. But it’s far from inevitable. At the New York Times, longtime White House correspondent Peter Baker (1/13/21) proved incapable of escaping the magnetic pull of both sides–ism as he described the second impeachment of Donald Trump :

"With less than a week to go, President Trump’s term is climaxing in violence and recrimination at a time when the country has fractured deeply and lost a sense of itself. Notions of truth and reality have been atomized. Faith in the system has eroded. Anger is the one common ground.

As if it were not enough that Mr. Trump became the only president impeached twice or that lawmakers were trying to remove him with days left in his term, Washington devolved into a miasma of suspicion and conflict. A Democratic member of Congress accused Republican colleagues of helping the mob last week scout the building in advance. Some Republican members sidestepped magnetometers intended to keep guns off the House floor or kept going even after setting them off."

Ah yes, the miasma of suspicion and conflict that envelops all in Washington without distinction, as each side gets their dander up over actions they find offensive. It’s all equivalent, isn’t it? But let’s be frank: The country has not lost a sense of itself here. One faction of the country has been encouraged and enabled by Trump and his GOP supporters to embrace an increasingly vocal and emboldened fascism. That the New York Times‘ senior White House scribe cannot bring himself to distinguish between these things seems reason enough to disqualify him from his job.

But he continued, describing the impeachment debate:

Most lawmakers quickly retreated back to their partisan corners.

As Democrats demanded accountability, many Republicans pushed back and assailed them for a rush to judgment without hearings or evidence or even much debate. Mr. Trump’s accusers cited his inflammatory words at a rally just before the attack. His defenders cited provocative words by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Representative Maxine Waters and even Robert De Niro and Madonna to maintain there was a double standard.

That the comparisons were apples and oranges did not matter so much as the prisms through which they were reflected. Mr. Trump sought to overturn a democratic election that he lost with false claims of widespread fraud, pressuring other Republicans and even his vice president to go along with him and dispatching an unruly crowd of supporters to march on the Capitol and “fight like hell.” But his allies complained that he had long been the target of what they considered unfair partisan attacks and investigations.

“Donald Trump is the most dangerous man to ever occupy the Oval Office,” declared Representative Joaquin Castro, Democrat of Texas.

“The left in America has incited far more political violence than the right,” declared Representative Matt Gaetz, Republican of Florida (This is objectively false).

The starkly disparate views encapsulated America in the Trump era.

That the comparisons are apples and oranges in fact matters immensely, but Baker, a journalist whose very job is to seek truth, appears to have resigned himself (and consigned his readers) to a world in which truth is relative.

So, too, has Politico. The day after Trump’s second impeachment, readers of Politico‘s popular Beltway newsletter, Playbook (1/14/21), were treated to the musings of the day’s guest editor—racist right-wing Daily Wire founder Ben Shapiro—such as:

Opposition to impeachment comes from a deep and abiding conservative belief that members of the opposing political tribe want their destruction, not simply to punish Trump for his behavior. Republicans believe that Democrats and the overwhelmingly liberal media see impeachment as an attempt to cudgel them collectively by lumping them in with the Capitol rioters thanks to their support for Trump.

Shapiro’s turn at the wheel was replete with false equivalence itself, equating Republicans who voted to overturn a democratic election with Democrats who “winked and nodded—and sometimes more—at civil unrest around the nation emerging from Black Lives Matter protests and antifa violence over the summer,” and to Stacey Abrams, who “never accepted her election loss” (but who had actual evidence of massive voter suppression, in contrast to Trump, who actively tried to throw out valid votes). Shapiro also downplayed Trump’s January 6 speech, finding it

unfortunately, commonplace in today’s day and age, and sometimes even end[ing] with violence (see, e.g., a Bernie Sanders supporter shooting up a congressional softball game).

Editor in chief Matt Kaminski defended giving a platform to this whataboutism, calling it part of Politico‘s tradition of “mischief-making” (WaPo, 1/15/21) and noting that MSNBC‘s Chris Hayes had served as guest editor the day before—”as an example,” according to a writeup in the Washington Post (1/14/21), “of how Politico had sought varying perspectives.” Meanwhile, a spokesperson for the site released a statement arguing that “we rise above partisanship and ideological warfare—even as many seek to drag us into it.”

Bigotry and providing cover for officials seeking to overturn democratic elections are not “mischief,” and “mischief-making” is not a journalistic value. Suggesting that Chris Hayes balances out Ben Shapiro is the epitome of false balance; as press critic Eric Boehlert (1/15/21) observed, while one is indeed on the left and the other on the right, Hayes is “an honest and insightful analyst, while Shapiro is a congenital liar who delights in hate speech.” The trouble is, honest and insightful analysts who support Trump are virtually impossible to come by, since Trumpism is founded on the rejection of truth, honesty and even coherence.

It’s this fanciful idea that the two balance each other that undergirds the otherwise absurd argument that publishing Shapiro rises above partisanship and ideological warfare. If both left and right are equally valid perspectives, and Politico offers space to both, then it hasn’t taken sides, and has adhered to the journalistic virtue of fairness. The right has learned it can endlessly game this system, pulling the center ever-rightward to the point that white nationalism and authoritarianism have entered the mainstream.

The good news is that most of Politico‘s staff revolted, as did many in the mediasphere (Washington Post, 1/14/21). Not everyone did, though, it’s important to note. Washington Post media critic Erik Wemple (1/15/21), for example, called Politico‘s decision “a crummy, one-off guest-hosting gig that merits neither an apology nor a retraction from Kaminski. If editors live in fear of going too far, chances are good that they won’t go far enough.” Wemple predicted that one fallout of this will be that “mainstream-media editors will proceed with ever-greater caution in publishing conservative voices.”

Wemple’s fear is overblown, to say the least. For the past 35 years, FAIR has been documenting the consistent bias toward GOP sources across the country’s leading outlets (FAIR.org, 6/1/17; Extra!, 5–6/04, 11–12/05), while framing progressive voices as beyond the pale. (Remember when Wemple’s paper published 16 negative Bernie Sanders stories in 16 hours?) Wemple frames editorial “caution” as a bad thing. But if editors learn anything from the events of the last four years, it should be that “balance” is a dangerous substitute for fairness and accuracy. And if they can begin to distinguish “conservatives” from “bigoted liars,” that would be a step in the right direction.





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Friday, January 22, 2021 7:08 PM

1KIKI

Goodbye, kind world (George Monbiot) - In common with all those generations which have contemplated catastrophe, we appear to be incapable of understanding what confronts us.



Quote:

if editors learn anything from the events of the last four years, it should be that “balance” is a dangerous substitute for fairness and accuracy.


WTF is "fairness"? A biased coder creating a website to document ALL the faces in front of the Capitol Building on Jan 6, 2021, and not just the rioters who broke in?

What a crock.

I'd settle for IMPORTANCE, COMPLETENESS, AND ACCURACY.

Every bit of news treats us like we're simpletons, unable to understand a complicated and nuanced reality. And that we need to have our thoughts guided with simple stories and real-sounding factoids (without evidence) told to us by sincere-faced news-actors and instant experts and tptb mouthpieces.

THO I GUARANTEE ALL THIS THEATER TO GUIDE US FOR OUR OWN GOOD. I'M SURE OF IT. /sarcasm

And so reading a simple news article or watching a news show is like writing a fucking PhD dissertation, where I have to track down every original research paper or project report or 'source' background just to try to figure out what the fuck is going on with any particular presentation.

What an obvious crock they're shoveling at us, from all directions.




RF is a shoveler. It's that simple.

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Friday, January 22, 2021 9:43 PM

6IXSTRINGJACK


Marcos: Shits on independent journalism.

Also Marcos: Can't stop posting videos by independent journalist Vaush.




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Saturday, January 23, 2021 1:17 AM

REAVERFAN


Quote:

Originally posted by 6IXSTRINGJACK:
Marcos: Shits on independent journalism.

Also Marcos: Can't stop posting videos by independent journalist Vaush.


Nazincel still can't tell fact from fiction.

Shapiro Plays The Victim as His School Shooter Movie Bombs


Ben Shapiro: Racial inequality doesn’t exist (despite massive proof). Source: None.
Also Ben Shapiro: Conservatives are oppressed. Source: Trust me, bro!




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Saturday, January 23, 2021 4:24 AM

REAVERFAN


Jimmy Dore's Dangerous Lightbulb Moment


Don't fall for this bullshit.



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Wednesday, January 27, 2021 3:59 PM

REAVERFAN


Video Investigation: Proud Boys Were Key Instigators in Capitol Riot
The Proud Boys, a far-right group, have tried to downplay their role in the Capitol riot. A WSJ investigation shows that at many of the day’s key moments, Proud Boys were at the forefront.
https://www.wsj.com/video/video-investigation-proud-boys-were-key-inst
igators-in-capitol-riot/37B883B6-9B19-400F-8036-15DE4EA8A015.html




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Thursday, January 28, 2021 9:48 AM

REAVERFAN


How Trump Brought Nazis Into Republican Politics
https://nymag.com/intelligencer/article/trump-nazis-white-supremacists
-kenosha-charlottesville-very-fine-people.html


Yesterday, President Trump retweeted a video of a man on a New York subway platform shoving and injuring a white woman. In normal times, it would have been unfathomable to determine why the president of the United States would take an interest in this case. The assault took place a year ago, and the perpetrator was arrested in short order.

But the actual source of Trump’s interest is perfectly obvious. The perpetrator was Black, and the victim white. The video was shared, and seems to have come to Trump’s attention, by an account called “I’m With Groyper.” For those unfamiliar, “Groypers” are a white-supremacist sect who criticize other far-right groups for failing to be explicitly “pro-white.”

Trump has a way of wearing down journalists by violating norms so often and so shamelessly that it ceases to be newsworthy. During the 2016 campaign, when he shared a white-supremacist image using a Jewish star to depict Hillary Clinton as being bought and controlled by the Jews, it caused enough of a controversy that Trump’s campaign was forced to insist it had somehow mistaken the image for a sheriff star.

But Trump has retweeted enough decontextualized, random videos of nonwhite people attacking white people — indeed, he shared the same 2019 subway attack clip in June — that it has lost its shock value. But it is this very banality that makes Trump’s behavior so significant. The president is in the habit of promoting a wide array of his supporters, and we all have grown accustomed to the fact that some of those supporters are, well, Nazis.



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Thursday, January 28, 2021 9:56 AM

6IXSTRINGJACK





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A government is a body of people usually, notably, governed by Mark Zuckerborg and Slack Dorsey.

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Thursday, January 28, 2021 10:44 AM

REAVERFAN


The Nazi thinks that's funny. Go figure.



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Thursday, January 28, 2021 11:28 AM

REAVERFAN


Mike Pence is 'homeless' and 'couch surfing' after being booted from the vice president's residence - and may be putting off buying a new property over safety concerns after MAGA mob called for him to be hanged
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9194445/Mike-Pence-homeless-c
ouch-surfing-booted-Vice-Presidents-residence.html


Looks like his Christofascist dreams aren't working out like he thought.



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Thursday, January 28, 2021 11:32 AM

REAVERFAN


It's official: The Republican party is a terrorist organization.



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Thursday, January 28, 2021 3:39 PM

6IXSTRINGJACK


Whatever, idiot.




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Thursday, January 28, 2021 5:39 PM

WISHIMAY


Quote:

Originally posted by reaverfan:
The Nazi thinks that's funny. Go figure.




Do yourself a favor and stop talking at him, some things broke can't be fixed!





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Thursday, January 28, 2021 6:53 PM

6IXSTRINGJACK


Keep pretending that's going to last long, Nilly.




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Thursday, January 28, 2021 9:15 PM

REAVERFAN






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Thursday, January 28, 2021 9:17 PM

REAVERFAN


Quote:

Originally posted by WISHIMAY:
Quote:

Originally posted by reaverfan:
The Nazi thinks that's funny. Go figure.




Do yourself a favor and stop talking at him, some things broke can't be fixed!





OK.



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Thursday, January 28, 2021 10:38 PM

6IXSTRINGJACK





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Friday, January 29, 2021 9:18 AM

REAVERFAN






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Friday, January 29, 2021 9:34 AM

REAVERFAN


Marjorie Taylor Greene Thought A Space Laser Caused California Wildfire


She's gotta go. She's a terrorist.



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Friday, January 29, 2021 10:19 AM

SECOND

The Joss Whedon script for Serenity, where Wash lives, is Serenity-190pages.pdf at www.mediafire.com/folder/1uwh75oa407q8/Firefly


Mitt Romney to Republicans: Stop perpetuating ‘big lie’ that Biden stole election from Trump.
https://www.deseret.com/utah/2021/1/26/22251070/donald-trump-impeachme
nt-stolen-election-big-lie-mitt-romney-senate-trial


What did Romney mean by ‘big lie’? Let's ask an expert:
Famous Nazi Joseph Goebbels on the “Big Lie”

“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”
https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/joseph-goebbels-on-the-quot-big-l
ie-quot


The Joss Whedon script for Serenity, where Wash lives, is Serenity-190pages.pdf at www.mediafire.com/folder/1uwh75oa407q8/Firefly

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Friday, January 29, 2021 10:23 AM

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The Joss Whedon script for Serenity, where Wash lives, is Serenity-190pages.pdf at www.mediafire.com/folder/1uwh75oa407q8/Firefly


Former President Donald Trump will never admit that he lost a fair election, but every elected Republican ought to be telling voters that as a step toward bringing the country together, Sen. Mitt Romney said Tuesday.

In addition to social media perpetuating the “big lie” that Trump is somehow still president and President Joe Biden stole the election, GOP officials, too, are contributing to that notion, the Utah Republican said.

“You have many of the Trump supporters in elected office, senators, congresspeople, governors, continuing to say the same thing, that the election was stolen,” Romney said.

But, he said, what they should tell people is that the Trump campaign “had a chance to take their message to the courts, the courts laughed them out of court. I’ve seen no evidence that suggests that there was widespread voter fraud.”

Romney said elected Republicans need to go on Fox News and say, “You know what, I was a big Trump supporter, I was really pulling for Donald Trump, but he lost fair and square.”

https://www.deseret.com/utah/2021/1/26/22251070/donald-trump-impeachme
nt-stolen-election-big-lie-mitt-romney-senate-trial


The Joss Whedon script for Serenity, where Wash lives, is Serenity-190pages.pdf at www.mediafire.com/folder/1uwh75oa407q8/Firefly

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Friday, January 29, 2021 12:07 PM

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Goodbye, kind world (George Monbiot) - In common with all those generations which have contemplated catastrophe, we appear to be incapable of understanding what confronts us.



Since the election has never been validated, nobody can vouch that it wasn't 2004 (and the Mitofsky Report) all over again.


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Friday, January 29, 2021 12:26 PM

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Romney is a NeoCon who's been cheerleading the Establishment for the last four years. He's certainly not going to change any minds.

It's high time he gets primaried.


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Originally posted by 1KIKI:

Since the election has never been validated, nobody can vouch that it wasn't 2004 (and the Mitofsky Report) all over again.

All 50 states validated their votes, then sent the totals to the Electoral College. Trump tried to invalidate those votes in 60 court cases and lost. Then the Electors in the Electoral College validated the totals on Dec 14th. The Constitution allows the Electors to make up their own mind about who won. Trump claimed that Vice-President Pence could invalidate the results, but Pence validated the votes of the Electoral College, after a delay caused by Trump and the rioters who he encouraged to stop Pence.

Election officials were threatened with death if they validated Trump's defeat, and yet they validated Trump's defeat. If would have been so much safer for the officials to tell the lie that Trump won. It would have been so much safer for Mike Pence to tell the lie that Trump won. The mob that rampaged through the Capitol on 6 January wanted to kill Mr Pence for his role in certifying Joe Biden’s election victory. Not funny that Trump's V.P. remains in danger of being murdered by Trump supporters.
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/pence-ho
meless-couch-surfing-indiana-b1793261.html


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Friday, January 29, 2021 5:45 PM

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All 50 states validated their votes
No they didn't. They 'certified' them, and nearly all of didn't even verify them (via 'recount' - which is the lowest level of data examination, which means looking for counting and transcription errors). Validation is a higher level of examination recommended by CalTech/MIT Vote Project and involves statistical examination for anomalies in the total data, state data, and individual district data.

But what the heck! Validation, verification, certification! It's all just one big junk box of words to pick from at random!


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Friday, January 29, 2021 9:56 PM

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Originally posted by 1KIKI:

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All 50 states validated their votes
No they didn't. They 'certified' them, and nearly all of didn't even verify them (via 'recount' - which is the lowest level of data examination, which means looking for counting and transcription errors). Validation is a higher level of examination recommended by CalTech/MIT Vote Project and involves statistical examination for anomalies in the total data, state data, and individual district data.

But what the heck! Validation, verification, certification! It's all just one big junk box of words to pick from at random!


Russian troll, everybody! ^



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Friday, January 29, 2021 9:57 PM

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Marjorie Taylor Greene's Most Insane Video Resurfaces





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Friday, January 29, 2021 11:04 PM

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Who is Marjorie Taylor Greene?


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Friday, January 29, 2021 11:08 PM

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Quote:

Originally posted by 1KIKI:

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All 50 states validated their votes
No they didn't. They 'certified' them, and nearly all of didn't even verify them (via 'recount' - which is the lowest level of data examination, which means looking for counting and transcription errors). Validation is a higher level of examination recommended by CalTech/MIT Vote Project and involves statistical examination for anomalies in the total data, state data, and individual district data.

But what the heck! Validation, verification, certification! It's all just one big junk box of words to pick from at random!





The Democrat's have a steady diet of word salad. Conflation is synonymous with Democrat.

Certification = Validation
Nationalism = Racism

I'm sure I could list a million more, but what's the point? You'll never convince a passionate Democrat that they do this, and everybody else already knows it.


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Saturday, January 30, 2021 11:07 AM

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Originally posted by 6IXSTRINGJACK:
Who is Marjorie Taylor Greene?



A stupid cunt who deserves prison, like you.



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Saturday, January 30, 2021 11:08 AM

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Marjorie Taylor Greene Posts Bizarre Video Claiming To Refute What Is On The Video Of Cori Bush


Remove and imprison for treason.

Firing squad would be justified. This cunt, like 6ix, is an enemy of freedom.



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Saturday, January 30, 2021 11:22 AM

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Trump will be the GOP nominee in 2024

While it is still extraordinarily early to even be thinking about the 2024 primary, it would be silly to dismiss the magnitude of Trump being in the position he is in. 57% said in an Ipsos KnowledgePanel poll that he should be the 2024 nominee.

It probably shouldn't be surprising that Trump is polling so well right now. While losing a general election may severely hurt the primary prospects of most presidents or those who have previously won their party's nomination, losing can't hurt you too much if voters think you were robbed.

Trump and many of his supporters falsely claimed without a shred of evidence that fraud was the reason he lost. That challenge went through the courts and even to Congress. Of course, Biden's win was legitimate.

A Monmouth University poll conducted after Trump left the White House found, however, that 72% of Republicans said Biden only won because of fraud. That high of a percentage is unprecedented.

It likely helps Trump to continue to claim the winner he always says he is. And right now, Republicans seem more than willing to continue to see him that way as well.

https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/30/politics/trump-2024-analysis/index.html

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Saturday, January 30, 2021 12:58 PM

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Quote:

Originally posted by reaverfan:
Quote:

Originally posted by 6IXSTRINGJACK:
Who is Marjorie Taylor Greene?



A stupid cunt who deserves prison, like you.







Oh yeah? On what charges, specifically?

I'm talking about me. Not whoever is in whatever hate porn you've got going over there.


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Saturday, January 30, 2021 12:58 PM

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Trump will be the GOP nominee in 2024



Yup.


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QAnon is just another word for Nazi, and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is making that very, very clear
https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2021/1/29/2012709/-QAnon-is-just-anot
her-word-for-Nazi-and-Rep-Marjorie-Taylor-Greene-is-making-that-very-very-clear?detail=emaildkre


Over the past few days, Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has embraced a kind of online minimalism. She’s been throwing away her old tweets and other social media posts by the truckload, cleaning out years’ worth of statements. That’s not because the Georgia representative has adopted a clean modern aesthetic. It’s because a casual browse through her statements showcased racism, violence, and a rabid anti-Semitism that is generating calls for her expulsion from Congress.

It’s not just that her Facebook page called for the murder of her House colleagues. It’s not just that her videos included claims that the mass shooting at Parkland High School was a “false flag” and the students were “paid actors.” It’s not just that her support for QAnon involves repeatedly making statements in support of the worst of the Pizzagate conspiracy theory. On Thursday, Media Matters surfaced Greene’s writings on how the California wildfires were caused by blasts from a space-based laser weapon. And not just any space laser, but a space laser launched by a solar power company secretly under the control of the Rothschild family.

As silly as that sounds, what Greene wrote underscores—again—the relationship between QAnon and anti-Semitism. That’s because, as Just Security wrote back in September, QAnon is a Nazi cult.

Taylor Greene’s claims about space lasers are a perfect illustration of one of the many threads that weave together to make QAnon. The claim ties together solar power company Solaren, former California Gov. Jerry Brown, and the Rothschild family in a conspiracy that uses a space laser to blast the California countryside, creating an emergency and manipulating stock prices. In other words, it’s environmentalists, Democrats, and Jews faking climate change for their own profit. As QAnon claims go, one could scarcely do better. The attention from the post was enough that Solaren was forced to make it clear they don’t own any satellites.

Like every other QAnon belief, it’s easy to look at Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Jewish space laser as foolish. Because it was. It is. But it’s not harmless.

From the beginning, QAnon has been rooted in Pizzagate, and Pizzagate is nothing more than an update of the Blood Libel. As The New Republic wrote last fall, claims about how Jews were murdering Christian children for use in rituals have become “more baroque and more codified” over centuries. But there is a direct and horribly clear trail that goes back at least 900 years in making claims about Jews trafficking in the blood and flesh of children. These anti-Semitic conspiracy theories have been used to justify pogroms, persecution, and holocaust. And as of Jan. 6, they’ve also been used to justify storming the U.S. Capitol.

Historians have made clear that QAnon is just another iteration of the “nocturnal ritual fantasy” in which some group is accused of “perverse, ritualistic behaviors that target innocents.” Once people are placed in the category that supports or benefits from such behavior, then any action against them is licensed. After all, why not call for the murder of Democratic politicians … if they’re baby-eating Satanists under the control of a secret Jewish cabal?

As Just Security put it:

A secret cabal is taking over the world. They kidnap children, slaughter, and eat them to gain power from their blood. They control high positions in government, banks, international finance, the news media, and the church. They want to disarm the police. They promote homosexuality and pedophilia. They plan to mongrelize the white race so it will lose its essential power.

If that sounds familiar, it’s because it’s lifted straight from the most influential anti-Semitic work of all time, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Published in 1902, it was a core document for building the Nazi movement in the decades before World War II.

It’s also no different from what Marjorie Taylor Greene and other followers of QAnon are pushing. The whole purpose of QAnon is to draw a line around people who are so other, that any action at all—even erecting a gallows on the Capitol lawn—can be justified. That these lines always include mentions of items straight from the Blood Libel, or invocations of the Rothschild family, or claims about George Soros is absolutely not a coincidence. QAnon could not exist without its anti-Semitic core.

Taylor Greene’s space lasers may sound completely ridiculous. The idea that there are tunnels beneath Washington, D.C., through which captive children are ferried based on coded orders to the Comet Ping Pong pizzeria is ridiculous. The idea that George Soros is funding antifa buses to prowl around the nation is ridiculous. But ridiculous is not harmless. The Voltaire quote “Anyone who has the power to make you believe absurdities has the power to make you commit atrocities” has been common around social media for a reason. Donald Trump understands that power. Joseph Goebbels understood that power.

There has been a grand semantic debate over the past four years about whether Trump’s brand of white nationalist authoritarianism really deserved the label of fascism. But when QAnon’s blatant anti-Semitism is added to that core, there should be no question about the results. That’s Nazism.

It may be ludicrous. But it’s certainly not funny.





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Saturday, January 30, 2021 1:41 PM

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Saturday, January 30, 2021 2:08 PM

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Quote:

Originally posted by reaverfan:
QAnon is just another word for Nazi, and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is making that very, very clear
https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2021/1/29/2012709/-QAnon-is-just-anot
her-word-for-Nazi-and-Rep-Marjorie-Taylor-Greene-is-making-that-very-very-clear?detail=emaildkre


Over the past few days, Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has embraced a kind of online minimalism. She’s been throwing away her old tweets and other social media posts by the truckload, cleaning out years’ worth of statements. That’s not because the Georgia representative has adopted a clean modern aesthetic. It’s because a casual browse through her statements showcased racism, violence, and a rabid anti-Semitism that is generating calls for her expulsion from Congress.

It’s not just that her Facebook page called for the murder of her House colleagues. It’s not just that her videos included claims that the mass shooting at Parkland High School was a “false flag” and the students were “paid actors.” It’s not just that her support for QAnon involves repeatedly making statements in support of the worst of the Pizzagate conspiracy theory. On Thursday, Media Matters surfaced Greene’s writings on how the California wildfires were caused by blasts from a space-based laser weapon. And not just any space laser, but a space laser launched by a solar power company secretly under the control of the Rothschild family.

As silly as that sounds, what Greene wrote underscores—again—the relationship between QAnon and anti-Semitism.

Well apparently ONE person is both a Qanon believer and anti-Jewish. Does that mean all of them are?
Quote:

That’s because, as Just Security wrote back in September, QAnon is a Nazi cult.
Generalizing from one example is always a bad idea.

Quote:

Taylor Greene’s claims about space lasers are a perfect illustration of one of the many threads that weave together to make QAnon. The claim ties together solar power company Solaren, former California Gov. Jerry Brown, and the Rothschild family in a conspiracy that uses a space laser to blast the California countryside, creating an emergency and manipulating stock prices. In other words, it’s environmentalists, Democrats, and Jews faking climate change for their own profit. As QAnon claims go, one could scarcely do better. The attention from the post was enough that Solaren was forced to make it clear they don’t own any satellites.
Ok, I don't know much about Qanon followers, but from what I've heard they tend to focus on 5D chess and pedophilia in government. And given Epstein's services to the wealthy and politically-connected (like Bill Clinton) that might not be such a far stretch.

Quote:

Like every other QAnon belief
Again, generalizing from a single example, and then taking that assumption as a given
Quote:

, it’s easy to look at Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Jewish space laser as foolish. Because it was. It is. But it’s not harmless.

From the beginning, QAnon has been rooted in Pizzagate, and Pizzagate is nothing more than an update of the Blood Libel. As The New Republic wrote last fall, claims about how Jews were murdering Christian children for use in rituals have become “more baroque and more codified” over centuries. But there is a direct and horribly clear trail that goes back at least 900 years

Oh, wow! Qanon is part of a 900 year-old conspiracy??? WHOODA THUNK?
Quote:

in making claims about Jews trafficking in the blood and flesh of children. These anti-Semitic conspiracy theories have been used to justify pogroms, persecution, and holocaust. And as of Jan. 6, they’ve also been used to justify storming the U.S. Capitol.

Historians have made clear that QAnon is just another iteration of the “nocturnal ritual fantasy” in which some group is accused of “perverse, ritualistic behaviors that target innocents.” Once people are placed in the category that supports or benefits from such behavior, then any action against them is licensed. After all, why not call for the murder of Democratic politicians … if they’re baby-eating Satanists under the control of a secret Jewish cabal?

As Just Security put it:

A secret cabal is taking over the world.

It already has. And not necessarily Jewish, either.
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They kidnap children, slaughter, and eat them to gain power from their blood. They control high positions in government, banks, international finance, the news media, and the church. They want to disarm the police. They promote homosexuality and pedophilia. They plan to mongrelize the white race so it will lose its essential power.
Haven't heard that "mongrelization" part from Qanon followers yet. This is the first. Maybe I haven't listened to enough of them, but this author has not made his case.

Quote:

If that sounds familiar, it’s because it’s lifted straight from the most influential anti-Semitic work of all time, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Published in 1902, it was a core document for building the Nazi movement in the decades before World War II.

It’s also no different from what Marjorie Taylor Greene and other followers of QAnon are pushing. The whole purpose of QAnon is to draw a line around people who are so other, that any action at all—even erecting a gallows on the Capitol lawn—can be justified. That these lines always

ALWAYS?
Quote:

include mentions of items straight from the Blood Libel, or invocations of the Rothschild family, or claims about George Soros is absolutely not a coincidence. QAnon could not exist without its anti-Semitic core.

Taylor Greene’s space lasers may sound completely ridiculous. The idea that there are tunnels beneath Washington, D.C., through which captive children are ferried based on coded orders to the Comet Ping Pong pizzeria is ridiculous. The idea that George Soros is funding antifa buses to prowl around the nation is ridiculous.

No, it isn't/ Soros has funded plenty of color revolutions abroad. Why stop at our borders?

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But ridiculous is not harmless.
Ridiculous is still free speech. You canbe a flat-earther, as ridiculous as that sounds, and still have the right to express your opinion.
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The Voltaire quote “Anyone who has the power to make you believe absurdities has the power to make you commit atrocities” has been common around social media for a reason. Donald Trump understands that power. Joseph Goebbels understood that power.
True, that. We invaded Afghanistan and Iraq, killed a million, displaced millions more, destabilized an entire region and let loose jihadi terrorists all in the name of absurdities. Biden* is now planning to shred the Constitution on the absurdity that Dec 6 was some sort of "insurrection". Jews believe they're "God's chosen people" and and that God gave them title to the land of Israel. Absurdities abound. Maybe we should just jail EVERYBODY?

The cure for this is to make people resistant to believing idiocies by making them insist on evidence: always asking "HOW?" and "WHY?" and pursuing the trail with REAL real-world experience with what is physically possible.

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There has been a grand semantic debate over the past four years about whether Trump’s brand of white nationalist authoritarianism really deserved the label of fascism. But when QAnon’s blatant anti-Semitism is added to that core, there should be no question about the results. That’s Nazism.

It may be ludicrous. But it’s certainly not funny.

Does he think if he keeps beating that drum that people will believe yet another idiocy (his)? He hsn't made his case. He's taken one example and stretched it to cover who-know-how-many people.

Just another logical fallacy.

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Saturday, January 30, 2021 6:04 PM

6IXSTRINGJACK


Quote:

Originally posted by 6IXSTRINGJACK:
Quote:

Originally posted by reaverfan:
Quote:

Originally posted by 6IXSTRINGJACK:
Who is Marjorie Taylor Greene?



A stupid cunt who deserves prison, like you.







Oh yeah? On what charges, specifically?

I'm talking about me. Not whoever is in whatever hate porn you've got going over there.


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Answer the question dipshit.

Or shut the fuck up.

Ball is in your court.




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Saturday, January 30, 2021 8:02 PM

WISHIMAY


Quote:

Originally posted by reaverfan:

Who is Marjorie Taylor Greene?


A stupid cunt who deserves prison, like you.




It would be hilarious if she got dead and all the papers call it a hoax just like she calls everything else a hoax. I doubt I've ever seen a dimmer hoe.

ALSO hilarious?? The fact some people around here run down the media, then COMPLETELY DEPEND ON OTHERS READING MEDIA TO KNOW WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON.

Ridiculously hilarious, stupid pieces of shit




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