Nazis and Communists Throw Their Support Behind Occupy Wall Street Movements

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Well, lemme see, Ron Paul a strict Constitutionalist was claimed to have accepted donations from Nazis, ergo he was one of them.
Funny how Nazis could be protesting Wall Street when they engaged in their own brand of corporatism. Ironic.

This is a hodge-podge group and political theater. And our govt today is corrupt.
 

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Come on LGD, it's not like they are getting support from some really disreputable group, like say NeoCons. :coffee:
 

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Nazis and Communists are opposites.

The "American Nazi Party" doesn't support Occupy Wall Street, it is just against the "Jewish bankers" more.

You can tell that the Nazis are really struggling trying to figure out if they should oppose the "communists" or them Jews.

http://whitehonor.com/white-power/the-occupy-wall-street-movement/

Many racialists are unsure about, and even against, these Occupy Wall Street protests all around the country. It has been pointed out to me that many protesters are non-white and/or “communists.” Well my answer to that is: “WHO CARES?!” They are against the same evil, corrupted, degenerate capitalist elitists that WE are against! Instead of screaming, “6 million more!” The pro-white movementites should be JOINING this Occupy movement and supporting it!

Seriously people, just WHO is our enemy? The unemployed left-wing 25-year-old holding up a sign, OR the judeo-capitalist banksters who swindled the American taxpayers out of A TRILLION dollars in the “bailout” scam AND continue to oppress the White Working Class?!? Even Adolf Hitler’s NSDAP had to vote with open communists on some issues to achieve their goals. WE need to utilize and support every movement of dissent against this evil American empire, regardless of which end of the political spectrum it originates from.

The foremost authority on National Socialism in America has this to say about “Occupy”:

What is really MISSING – is the “MOVEMENT” from these popular protests – its time to pull WN heads out of their collective ass’s, and JOIN IN the attack on Judeo-Capitalism. What do you suggest? That WN Working Class White people DEFEND the Judeo-Capitalists? IF the “movement” wasn’t so PATHETIC it would be OUT THERE – LEADING these protests! The fact that its these “lefties” as you call them, who are picking up the ball and running with it – only shows how much more in tune THEY are with the fed up masses of White Workers, than the fossilized, reactionary “right-wing”. WHO holds the WEALTH and POWER in this country – the JUDEO-CAPITALISTS. WHO is therefore the #1 ENEMY who makes all this filth happen – the JUDEO-CAPITALISTS. WHO therefore do WN need to FIGHT? My heart is right there with these people, perhaps someday the “movement” will SHOW the same COURAGE and DEDICATION that these people OUT THERE FIGHTING are SHOWING!

In the end, they always oppose the Jews.
 

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Nazis and Communists are opposites.

There all in the same family—just different divisions due to only 4 differences but 6 identical features.

You're right about American Nazi's they are just against Jewish bankers but they want to do the same thing they're doing. Lol! They're still fascists.
 
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There all in the same family—just different divisions due to only 4 differences but 6 identical features.

You're right about American Nazi's they are just against Jewish bankers but they want to do the same thing they're doing. Lol! They're still fascists.


Damn shame there aren't many AC-130's on the open market. :stirpot:
 

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For the 100th time, Fascism and Communism are not opposite.

The one is the union of state and corporatism, the other is state owned corporatism.

In a fascist ergime, coporations are privately owned and operated, but suject to the command of the state in what to produce and what price they can sell their goods at...with the state taking over the business if it does not comply or fails.

Both are for a large, powerful government.

For the record, America is currently fascist, in the strict defiinition of it.

Jackboots and goose stepping are not required for fascism.
 

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Damn shame there aren't many AC-130's on the open market. :stirpot:

Perhaps, they'll bomb the right people: Bernanke, The Fed, those who took and gave TARP money and those who committed fraud.
Afterall the military, as well as the police are for protecting the people, not to harass them.

Send more Marines! Go Marines! :p

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Perhaps, they'll bomb the right people: Bernanke, The Fed, those who took and gave TARP money and those who committed fraud.
Afterall the military, as well as the police are for protecting the people, not to harass them.

Send more Marines! Go Marines! :p

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The simpleton, you left out the simpleton.........
 

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The simpleton, you left out the simpleton.........

Who are the simpletons? You mean the warmongers, those simpletons? I'm not opposed to adding men like Bill Kristol or Cheney.
Although, I am not for violence as a solution.....just applying your desire to use bombs more intelligently. I'd not use them at all for this.
 

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For the 100th time, Fascism and Communism are not opposite.

The one is the union of state and corporatism, the other is state owned corporatism.

In a fascist ergime, coporations are privately owned and operated, but suject to the command of the state in what to produce and what price they can sell their goods at...with the state taking over the business if it does not comply or fails.

Both are for a large, powerful government.

For the record, America is currently fascist, in the strict defiinition of it.

Jackboots and goose stepping are not required for fascism.

You have zero understanding of either fascism or communism, then.
 

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You have zero understanding of either fascism or communism, then.

Sure I do.

Both are economic terms. And very clear about what defines them economically.

Fascism advocates a state-directed, regulated economy that is dedicated to the nation that supports the use and primacy of regulated private property and private enterprise contingent upon service to the nation or state; the use of state enterprise where private enterprise is failing or is inefficient; pursues autarky; and is hostile to: finance capitalism, plutocracy, the "power of money", and internationalist economics.[3]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fascism

How does this not describe perfectly America?
 

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Sorry, but no, I think that applies to you. Their economics are very, very similar just implemented differently.

Neither are pro-liberty....you can at least acknowledge that right?

I do not. Marxism is not Government, Inc. Marxism is about the people's ownership of the means of production.

In practice, the elites ignored Marxism. It's no different than capitalism, in that regard.
 
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Who are the simpletons? You mean the warmongers, those simpletons? I'm not opposed to adding men like Bill Kristol or Cheney.
Although, I am not for violence as a solution.....just applying your desire to use bombs more intelligently. I'd not use them at all for this.

A simpleton IMHO is some idiot doesn't know how many states exist. Violence is unfortunately a fact of life, always has been, always will be. Is Bill Kristol any worse than some goon like Ed Schultz or Chris Matthews who gets a woodie listening to some illegitimate socialist bastard speak?

How is Cheney any different than a Joe Biden other than being infinitely more coherent and not being guilty of a racist gaff?
 

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I do not. Marxism is not Government, Inc. Marxism is about the people's ownership of the means of production.

In practice, the elites ignored Marxism. It's no different than capitalism, in that regard.

People do own the means of production..they are called stockholders.
 

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Ed Schultz is an entertainer, and nothing more.

His voice sounds EXACTLY like Rush Limbaugh.

He was a far-right conservative Republican, and made a "formal" switch in 2000. He explains his supposed reasons for it:

In the late 1990s, Schultz claims a series of events changed his political views from the far right to the far left. One event was his mother's battle with Alzheimer's Disease which began a long, slow decline of her mental health. Schultz found it frustrating trying to get her the services that she needed. Another was that he met a psychiatric nurse named Wendy who ran a homeless shelter in Fargo.[18] He attributed much of his political change to her, and although he had criticized the homeless on his show, he said in his book that she helped to humanize them. To his surprise, he found that some of the people he had insulted were veterans, and many were unable to get the psychiatric or medical services that might help them. He says that was the moment he began to look at poverty differently.[19]

He became a Democrat in 2000 marking the formal turn in his politics from conservative to liberal. He went out to do radio promotions in rural North Dakota, and told reporters about how he met farmers who were suffering and hard-working people who were going hungry, even though Republicans said the economy was doing fine. It's been noted by some that he has remained silent over President Obama's past comments touting the turnaround in the U.S. economy. (Vowell 2004) He began to hold benefits to raise money for people in the heartland who were going through tough times.[20] In addition, he began questioning some of the assertions of George W. Bush; although he supported several Republican candidates in the 2000 election, he was becoming critical of other Republicans. Schultz considered running for the Democratic-NPL party nomination for governor against incumbent Republican John Hoeven in 2004, but decided to continue his career in radio.

I don't buy it. There are more obvious reasons why Ed would "switch":

http://www.salon.com/2011/04/14/ed_schultz_right_wing_past/

Ryan Bakken, a columnist at North Dakota’s Grand Forks Herald and a longtime Schultz skeptic, tells me Ed’s ideological shift was drastic. “Ed was about as conservative as you could come. He may not have switched 180 degrees, but he switched 179,” Bakken says.

But in 2000, according to a Washington Post profile, Schultz announced on the air that he’d become a Democrat. It was auspicious timing. That year, George W. Bush was elected president, creating an eight-year bull market for left-leaning media.

Schultz’s transformation was so thorough that, in 2003, he even considered running for North Dakota governor against a Republican incumbent. Instead, Schultz — one of the few regional liberal radio hosts with solid ratings — was recruited to be part of an effort to create an alternative to conservative talk radio. His national show launched in ’04 with financial assistance from Democracy Radio, a group for which several Democratic senators — including Hillary Clinton, Tom Daschle and Debbie Stabenow — had raised money.

Some still doubt the motivations behind Schultz’s political shift.

“Ed saw an opening,” says Bakken, the Grand Forks Herald columnist. “He’s always been smart and able to take advantage of opportunities.” Bakken says that earlier in Schultz’s career, when he was a sportscaster covering football, he switched his allegiance from North Dakota State University to rival University of North Dakota after changing stations.

In an ’03 column, Bakken speculated that Schultz’s transformation was a response to competition from another right-wing talker:

The reason for his shift is that Scott Hennen moved next door in Fargo and took a foothold on the right side of the political spectrum. You can’t get to the right of Hennen without falling off the edge of the world. So that left the left as the only ground available to occupy. You can’t live in the thoughtful, open-minded middle and keep your job in talk radio.

I don't buy for a minute that Schultz is attached to any ideology but money.
 

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Violence is unfortunately a fact of life, always has been, always will be.
I'll just bet it makes you angry as hell if the left got violent though.
Anyhow, sounds like something a gang member would say. It's one thing to know some use violence so it exists.
It is another thing to advocate it for using on a demonstration in a free country on unarmed folks. Or use it on innocent people who did not commit 9/11. This is something I expect of Nazis and Marxist-Leninists.

Is Bill Kristol any worse than some goon like Ed Schultz or Chris Matthews who gets a woodie listening to some illegitimate socialist bastard speak?

Bill Kristol is a socialist who loves Obamacare while also being an interventionist hawk. He's also not ashamed to say this is Neo Conservativism either. He calls it a "persuasion" or perhaps that was his dad. In fact Kristol called Obama a born again NeoCon.

How is Cheney any different than a Joe Biden other than being infinitely more coherent and not being guilty of a racist gaff?

He's a simpleton. Sees the world as black and white. There's a reason why some referred to the Bush regime as manichean which is a basic doctrine of a conflict between light and dark, matter being regarded as dark and evil. The world is not like that though.
 
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