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By:  Paul (Moderators; 69616)
Posted on: 07-15-2020 15:01.
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I think it probably helps to consider these things in the context of the overall thread and what he's trying to say.

I don't think you can argue the movement's not based on paranoia. I think whatever paranoia antifascists might feel is (a) justified based on... look around, and (b) overblown to the point of hysteria. Again... nobody from Antifa stabs people on trains, blows up buildings, etc.

I think 'Zion' inarguably egged on the mindset of fascism in the 30s.

The incompetent remark is, to me, clearly about the insecure men at the top of the movements. Trump, Hitler, Mussolini. All dipshits albeit with the power to get competent others to act on their behalves.

Germany from 18-44 was not stable. It was functionally a Ponzi scheme that required conquest and slave labor to sustain itself. Can't call that stable any more than a house on a foundation of jello.

He cites the examples of belief in anti-slavery cabals. I don't think he's saying it was true.

Edited by Paul at 15.07.2020 15:03:14


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