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Salon: ‘White Christianity’ Fuels Fascism; Republican Movement ‘Objectively Evil’

In a shockingly anti-white and anti-Christian dialogue, Salon staff writer Chauncey DeVega sat with University of Pennsylvania religious studies professor Anthea Butler, referring to “the Republican fascist movement” as “objectively evil,” hoping that “people of color” die out in the battle against “multiracial democracy,” while accusing “white Christians” of embracing lies, terrorism, white supremacy and fascism.

People pray at a festival held by the far right group 'Super Happy Fun America' in Auburn, Massachusetts on July 24, 2021. - Leaders of Super Happy Fun America, a far right group that took part in Capital riots on January 6th, 2021, held a summer festival called the The …

Delingpole: Police Force Goes Woke, Bristol City Centre Gets Broke

Avon and Somerset Police have just discovered the meaning of the phrase ‘Who sows the wind reaps the whirlwind’, after Sunday’s incident in which a violent leftist mob attacked a police station in Bristol, smashing windows, torching police cars, spraying graffiti, and injuring at least 20 police officers.

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Salon: Conservatives Are New ‘Good Germans’ of Nazi Era, Seek ‘Friendly Fascism’

A Salon essay published on Friday accuses Republicans of resembling “good Germans” of the Nazi era — wishing to believe they are decent people while hiding behind “fictions of plausible deniability for the evils committed by their leader” —  and describes today’s conservatism as seeking “friendly fascism” masked in an appeal to return to “traditional values.”

Trump supporters hold signs on the sidelines during the Veterans Day parade on November 11, 2019 in New York City. U.S. President Donald Trump, the first sitting U.S. president to attend New York's parade, offered a tribute to veterans ahead of the 100th annual parade which draws thousands of vets …

University of Michigan Course Will Argue that Trump Is a ‘Fascist’

A course that will be offered by the University of Michigan to consider whether or not President Donald Trump is the “new face of fascism.” Based on the tone of the class description and the political climate of campuses around the country, it is likely the class and its professor will argue that Trump is “fascist.”

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