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  • ross1948 16:18 on August 21, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: antifa, , , , , , , Red Party   

    OK, Erna! Norse Leader Tells Trump-Truth! 


            

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     “Right wing extremists and neo-Nazis have a lot in common with the extreme left or religious extremism. They seek to whip up hate, division and conflict…

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    Not a lot of difference!

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    Both Communism and Nazism are destructive ideologies, although the Communists have undoubtedly murdered more innocent people.

    ‘Bitter Harvest – Red Evil Exposed- And A Lugenpresse Reminder! 

    Yet still we have moronic millennials  – and many other people who, unlike a lot of the ignorant ‘student’ population, actually know very well of marxism’s history of  satanic evil – trying to maintain there’s no moral equivalence between the two hate-creeds.

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    This denialism would have us forget the Reds’ concentration camps/death camps, like Belene in Bulgaria, the Gulag in Russia and the infamous ‘re-education centres’ in Vietnam.

    And the rest…

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    Some of the deniers do so just because they don’t like Donald Trump, but many because they are ardent marxists, of course.

    Antifa is an obvious example!

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/aug/20/antifa-rise-after-charlottesville-alarms-free-spee/

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    Like all marxists, these deniers are skilled in lying, a skill all the easier to exercise when their mendacity is aided and abetted by media creeps like Fox News’  Melissa and CNN in America and the Guardian/BBC axis of bias in the UK.

    But hark, truth has found a new champion in Norway!

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    Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg has come in for sharp criticism after being quoted as saying the Nazis and the extreme left had “much in common…”

    Norway’s PM criticised for comparing neo-Nazis to far left

    Aaah, but from whom does the ‘sharp criticism’ emanate?

     

     

    The comments have been strongly criticised by some of Norway’s left-wing politicians.

    Snorre Valen of the Socialist Left Party (Sosialistisk Venstreparti) called Solberg’s comments “completely irresponsible and amateur…” 

    The PM should condemn Nazism clearly, Valen wrote.

    But obviously not the much more blood-stained Communism?

    Absolutely not!

    “We need you to say ‘we’ve fought Nazism before and we’ll fight it again’, not weak distractions like ‘the others are also bad’,” he wrote.

    As we know, those of us who have read any modern history beyond the first page or two of junior high school textbooks…

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    the others are also VERY bad!

    …in response to Valen, Solberg cited violence by protesters at July’s G20 summit in Hamburg as an example of left wing extremism. She also wrote that her comments were not intended to draw equivalence between the left wing and neo-Nazis.

    Okay, there are left-wingers who do not advocate violence as an instrument of policy, or murder, but there are many who do.

    ‘I hope Trump is assassinated,’ Missouri lawmaker writes

    ..and not just in politics, but among the cretin-celebs…

    Hasil gambar untuk trump caesar stabbed

    Don’t Blame The Bard, Blame The Bad – Like Allyn Burrows! 

    But although that vile Missouri Democrat slag has been forced now to offer an apology of highly dubious sincerity, among the Danish reds, apologies should be forthcoming from truthful PM Stolberg.

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    Bjørnar Moxnes, leader of the far-left Red Party, which does not hold any seats in parliament, said Solberg should apologise for her comments.

    Oh yeah?

    Why?

    “This is bringing Trump rhetoric into the Norwegian election campaign. Being extreme against racism is not the same as wanting to wipe out minorities….” 

    The Red leader said that his party “naturally rejects terror of any kind.”

    Yes indeed. They always say that, whilst making herculean efforts to obstruct effective action to curb terrorism.

    And any comment they make to condemn assaults on free speech by red thug gangs like Antifa?

    Must been whispered.

    Good though to hear from more mature politicians, like Henrik Asheim, who observed that-

    “It is completely uncontroversial to point out common characteristics between right wing extremists and left wing radicals in this context.” 

     
    • Petra Malley 19:57 on August 21, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Good for her and good for you.
      It is insulting to be told that nationalist protests, even very extreme ones, are somehow more objectionable than marxist protests.
      Communism in all its forms has been a cause of more bloodshed and misery than anything else in Europe except for the Black Death.

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    • Malcolm Wells 10:58 on August 22, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, when can we in Canada do a trade?
      Pity Norway probably wont take Turdeaux.

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  • ross1948 21:02 on March 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: antifa, , , , , , Kasich, , , , Rubio, , ,   

    American Red Nazis Amok- As Anti-Trump Thugs Exculpated By Kasich and Cruz! 


    Anyone who went to a British university in the sixties and/or seventies will be familiar with the red nazi phenomenon, ‘No Platform,’ they called it then, whereby marxist gangs, SWP, WRP etc, having found themselves intellectually inadequate to debate rightwingers, openly resorted to hoodlum tactics to silence their opponents.

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    • The foul phenomenon never went away, and gangster groups like UAF and ‘antifa’ have been active against patriot parties like UKIP in recent years.

    We now see the same intolerance in America, hordes of hooligan leftists pouring into a Trump rally NOT to engage in intelligent heckling but PURELY to shut it down.

    Black Lives Matter Activists Take Online Victory Lap

     I just watched an obnoxious bigot on tv boasting of their success in stopping normal political activity, and on more than one news-site we read that louts and loutesses wearing “Black Lives Matter” shirts were prominent among the rabble, so not just reds but racists too.  – 

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    What is more offensive than the hooligan mob, however, is the way some politicians who ought to know better are now blaming the mayhem not on those who caused it but on Trump’s ‘rhetoric.’

    The contemptible Kasich spouted typical liberal double-talk.

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    Ohio Governor John Kasich, also battling Trump for the Republican presidential nomination, said the protests occurred because “the seeds of division that Donald Trump has been sowing this whole campaign finally bore fruit.” Rivals say Trump’s rhetoric partly to blame for protests

    Sadly, Ted Cruz made similar mealy-mouthed comments, which I hope he will reconsider.

    BUT..

    I must – for the first time ever – congratulate Rubio, who observed that protests in Chicago had become “an industry” and some of the people involved were “probably being paid to do this.”

    Only retards respond to words with thuggery.

    One might wish it were still 1968 and the Chicago cops had emulated their predecessors’ handling of the Communist sympathisers who tried to storm the Democratic Convention back then. Most Americans saw through the media’s slurring of the police and applauded the then Mayor and his police. 

    Daley shared he had received 135,000 letters supporting his actions and only 5000 condemning them. Public opinion polls demonstrated that the majority of Americans supported the Mayor’s tactics.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1968_Democratic_National_Convention

    Has America changed irreversibly?

     
    • Lonnie 14:54 on May 4, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      So, Ross, you have shown a slight tilt towards Cruz in the past, but he’s dropped out, and I can’t see you supporting a pro-‘gay rights’ candidate like Kasich.
      Are you going to declare for The Donald, despite his stand on the bathroom bills?

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      • ross1948 21:56 on May 6, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        Sorry for delayed response, Lonnie. I will come back on this, but am waiting to see who his VP may be. If it’s some mealy-nouthed hypocrite like Kasich, I’d have problems.
        But if he chooses a good man like Ben Carson, why not?

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