Based on some of the NJ Poles I've met, a substantial number of Poles think that despite some unpleasantness, the Nazis did them a favor by getting rid of so many Jewish people.
The Nazis met in secret in a barn this past weekend out in rural Maryland for their National Policy Institute "Winter Conference." Yes, a barn. A barn that had light streaming in through the cracks in the walls.The Nazis were literally meeting out in the cold.They hadn't publicly announced their conference. They had been barred from meeting at the Ronald Reagan government building, an esteemed government venue in a central Washington DC location which had been their conference venue for the past two years, according to The New York Times. Building managers had barred the group because they didn't want to be at the center of a protest. The strategy of "no-platforming," of removing the Nazis' ability to meet however we can - it worked.
alt-right status: reduced to hiding out in unheated barns for winter meetings
this is the central paradox of fascism: the enemy is both a pathetic inferior and a sinister threat.
Quotealt-right status: reduced to hiding out in unheated barns for winter meetingsQuote from: the idea of Harambe on November 03, 2017, 12:19:29 PMthis is the central paradox of fascism: the enemy is both a pathetic inferior and a sinister threat.
For those of you following the Nazi furry stuff, have some random hilarity.https://twitter.com/PartyPrat/status/936875740083109890
Police commanders said they were hesitant to send officers into the crowds to break up fights because doing so could result in a "deadly force situation," according to the report....Instead of taking a more aggressive posture to prevent violence, the report says, commanders focused on declaring an unlawful assembly to clear the park....Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas said "let them fight. It will make it easier to declare an unlawful assembly."
The report accuses Thomas of making several attempts to obstruct the process, including trying to control what information subordinates gave to investigators, deleting text messages related to the review, trying to hide his use of a personal email account to conduct some official police business and creating fake planning checklists that were not actually used to plan for the rallies.
The problem I'm stating here is not that 'there are trolls on the internet' but that people who proclaim to be on our side are trying to tear down women in our in-group. If you can't see why this is dysfunctional, I can't help you. -- Tara McCarthy 🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄 (@TaraMcCarthy444) December 3, 2017
Ex-McConnell aide thanks Bannon 'for showing us how to lose the reddest state in the Union'
https://twitter.com/lucianwintrich/status/935762763422556160It's making my fingers itch. The fingers on the hand I'd use to punch a Nazi.