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Thursday, March 28, 2019

As Trumps World Turns: White Nationalism, Racism, Trumpism



As Facebook bans white supremacists posts... this one is your call.

Twenty-two seconds of pure malarkey. And Trump knows it.



On the day, Trump signed his nation emergency declaration he made this comment: “People hate the word ‘invasion,’ but that’s what it is ."

Just before the New Zealand shooting and killings, the shooter posted a comment to social media: "...to show the invaders that our lands will never be their lands.”

The terrorists also left a 74-page "(nut case rambling) manifesto.   The manifesto is laced with white supremacist ramblings ad mention of Trump.  To advance our point about white supremacy, the New Zealand terrorists also flashed an increasingly common white power signed while standing handcuffed for his first court appearance.

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Of course, we can find non-racist flashes of the hijacked "OK" signal, but Is there any doubt why the New Zealand racists flashed the sign?

On March 23, 2019, The Hill posted a piece regarding the increase in hate cities in cities where Trump held or holds rallies. Herewith is an excerpt from the piece.
United States counties where President Trump hosted a campaign rally in 2016 saw a 226 percent increase in reported hate crimes compared to similar counties that did not host one, an analysis released by The Washington Post has revealed. 
The analysis, which was published on Friday, was conducted by Ayal Feinberg, a Ph.D. candidate in political science at the University of North Texas, and Regina Branton and Valerie Martinez-Ebers, two political science professors at the university. 
They said their research sought to explain how some of Trump’s rhetoric "may encourage hate crimes."
OK, so we have Trump spewing hatred at rallies along with a hate crime rise in the host cities. What is the rational mind to think?

In 2018 the Southern Poverty Law Center Hate Crime Map 2018. The map is interactive and lends to viewing changes in hate crimes not only via years 2000 - 2018, it facilities viewing of how states are showing increased cases. 

Your call.......

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