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[–] ErrorHasNoRights 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

The media has poured on the "white supremacist" label pretty heavily this weekend. This is a dangerous game though. If they use the term too liberally, they risk losing its punch -- just like how nobody takes "racist" and "homophobe" seriously anymore.

They need to save some of their kill shots... but do they have the discipline?

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[–] Clear_Vision 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

The more they use "white supremacist", the more people start making the distinction between white supremacist and white nationalist. The normie says, "Come on, they can't all be white supremacists. See, some are white nationalists." What I've seen from normies and the MAGApede sphere over this is a desire to not be associated with UtR. But there's still part of them that wants to make excuses for it, like by making the distinction between supremacy and nationalism or by saying the nazi elements were probably false flags. They want to believe that the right wing activism wasn't that extreme, so the media playing on the extreme elements of the rally sends normies looking at the normal alt right as an explanation. "See it's not nazis, it's just alt right". And then they learn to stand behind the alt right.

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[–] 10175528? 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Given the trends, a decade or two from now and white supremacism goes mainstream political position among whites

https://infographic.statista.com/normal/chartoftheday_10673_america_s_active_hate_groups_n.jpg

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-08-14/americas-most-active-hate-groups-may-surprise-you

According to research from the (((Southern Poverty Law Center))) released earlier this year, 917 hate groups were spread out across the U.S. in 2016 compared to 892 in 2015 and 784 in 2014.

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So it's 918, SPLC doesn't count itself, as usual

920 if you add judaism and islam

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The organization identified 193 Black Separatist groups, as well as 130 active Ku Klux Klan groups. That is a sharp increase on 2014 when the country’s most infamous supremacist organization had 72 groups.

Last year, the U.S. also had 101 anti-Muslim and 100 White Nationalist organizations. 99 neo-Nazi groups were also identified, along with 78 categorized as being Racist Skinhead.

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[–] Ocelot 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Could it be that they're just naming more random groups as hate groups? We all know how intelligent the SPLC's system is...like that time they declared war on Pepe...

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[–] ErrorHasNoRights 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Some will have to rebrand and regroup and stay nimble. We can expect a lot of this over the next few years.

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[–] CotterPyke 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

They can't take our book clubs!

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[–] HATESPEAKER 1 points 3 points (+4|-1) ago  (edited ago)

We have to lay low and let the ticker tape play, stop trying to grab headlines with the cosplay faggotry. Antifa are knocking down statues and I'm sure BLM will be ready to send in their drones pretty soon, maybe Jamal will chimp out, who knows. We're down but we're not out, we just have to be smarter and knock these e-celebs into the dirt when they tarnish us. Spencer has fucked us twice with the Jew media and I don't believe in 3 strikes.

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[–] CarlVonRoland 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Again, nothing strange. The Golden Dawn or German nationalists are if anything more banned than the alt-right. You have to host your own websites instead. RedIce and dailystormer are hacked but they will be back. Leave youtube and build your mediaplatform yourself. The daily shoah isn't youtube based and they have lots of listners.

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