How rude of those fascists! Don't they know about the importance of non-violent discourse? That they could potentially have swayed your great-grandfather through reasoning and dialogue?Pacifism is a good ideal, but that is something that needs to start decades before you get to the stage of "should I punch this Nazi in the face?" PS the answer to the question is always "yes"eta: sorry about your great-grand dad and your family curse of fascism
yeah it's amazing how quickly he provided proof that bash the fas is actually very effective, and anyone clutching their pearls over "but but but civil discourse!" when it involves a literal nazi advocating and drawing up plans for genocide can get fucked
On the train into the city he had told me that a GOP operative who had been close to Governor George Wallace had invited him to give a talk at the Capitol Hill Club, a storied and influential club for leading Republicans. "It's an amazing opportunity," he said. "It's a real chance to get our point across to the GOP. They know that we represent the real white working class."
"Look at these fools," Heimbach said. "You need force to back up your talk, and do these people have that? No. They need the force of the capitalist state to protect them from us."
Heimbach's contact said that the movement needed money and that the GOP needed the movement, and that today would be the first step in bringing the nationalists and the GOP together: "A few years ago the GOP wouldn't be able to even sit in the same room as you, but things have changed and now we need each other. This is a big day."
Finally Heimbach came back. He was elated. The meeting had gone well, he said. In a room full of GOP operatives and state legislators he had been introduced as "the next president of the United States." He said that he had made no attempt at hiding his politics or his affiliations, and that no one had seemed to have a problem with it. He said that he'd spoken at length about the white working class, their problems, and how to strengthen the GOP's hold over them. When he finished, he had been given a resounding applause.
"Honestly, sometimes I can't believe how dumb our movement can be,"
Quote"Honestly, sometimes I can't believe how dumb our movement can be," lol
Meanwhile Hess was telling a female protester that when they came to power he would have her put in a concentration camp, but that he would call it a "fun camp" and that she would be forced to make toys. The altercation only lasted a few minutes before the demonstrators moved on.
I bet the puncher is torn between staying anonymous to avoid jail, where he'd likely be a target of white supremacists, and going public to become a hero for the ages
He did Nazi that coming.
Quote from: the idea of Harambe on January 23, 2017, 04:45:53 PMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4Q1M8BBtFsFrom the youtube comments.QuoteHe did Nazi that coming.