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Racial Supremacy And The Zionist Exception

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      Politicians from Senators Marco Rubio and Orrin Hatch to Chuck Schumer and Ron Wyden have been outspoken in their condemnation of Saturday’s Unite the Right March in Charlottesville and the vicious acts of terror it spawned. Criticizing Donald Trump for his reluctant and temporizing comments, they condemn the hate and are rightly appalled by the white supremacist chants of “Blood and Soil” and “You Won’t Replace Us”—or, as it became, “Jews Won’t Replace Us”. Though they have so far fallen as far short as Donald Trump from calling it by its real name, American fascism, they have been forthright in calling out this assembly of virulent racist movements.

      Meanwhile, the same senators are united by their ardent support for a racist regime that is no less inspired by racial supremacy and an ideology that demands ethnic cleansing. All have signed on to a bill that would protect the state of Israel by imposing civil and possibly criminal penalties on anyone who protests its ongoing violations of Palestinian rights, including illegal settlement and dispossession, by advocating for the boycott of its economic, academic and cultural institutions. In doing so, they have placed protecting Israel and its racially discriminatory policies above the rights of activists who are inspired by the same commitment to justice as the demonstrators who opposed the open display of racism and anti-Semitism in Charlottesville.

      The contradiction between condemning US racism and support for the racist ideology of Zionism has become steadily more glaring. The ugly chants and intimidating violence of the fascist right have met with almost universal disgust, including naming the lethal ramming of non-violent protesters an act of terror. At the same time, Americans have had to confront the fact that white supremacy is an intrinsic if shameful element in their history and institutions whose consequences have yet to be overcome. The brief moment when the premature claim that the United States was “postracial” has run its course. But the same awareness has yet to extend to the remarkably similar and equally consequential world-view of Zionism.

      http://mondoweiss.net/2017/08/supremacy-zionist-ex...

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      Closet Racist Is Still Racist

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          I said it a couple of days ago, "Watch out when the generals and admirals take a stand against POTUS. POTUS is a mouthpiece, the generals, admirals, & Bankers are the ones to watch out for."


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          Trump Is Reportedly Afraid Of Firing Steve Bannon

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              Several reputable news outlets are claiming that Trump is afraid of Steve Bannon, which is why Bannon has not been fired. It seems that a source close to the White House, told the Reuters news agency, “The president obviously is very nervous and afraid of firing Steve Bannon.”

              Supposedly, Trump fears Bannon's influence over a large part of Trump's base - white nationalists - who many believe put Trump over the top in the elections.

              Trump is also reported to be scared that if he did fire Bannon, that Bannon could become a formidable critic of the Trump administration if he was let loose.

              Perhaps Trump will just demote him? (Speculation in the rumor mills.)

              The future of Steve Bannon's continued employment in the White House as Donald Trump's top political strategist has been an open question for months. But the former Breitbart News head Bannon has time and again avoided a dismissal even as calls for it intensified after Trump’s reactions and statements to the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend.

              The president’s decision to keep Bannon, who called his former news website a platform for the so-called alt-right, has perplexed many as Bannon’s faced accusations of being a white nationalist.

              The possible reason Trump has opted to keep Bannon on may be relatively simple: fear.

              The supposed fear stems from Bannon’s influence over a nationalist Trump base that many have claimed handed him the White House last year, as evidenced by Trump’s campaign promises of cracking down on immigration and renegotiating global trade deals that were labeled as more isolationist by critics.

              The struggling billionaire president is reportedly scared that if he did send Bannon packing that he could become a vocal critic of the administration once free of its political inner-workings, Reuters reported late Tuesday.

              "The president obviously is very nervous and afraid of firing him," an unnamed source close to the White House told Reuters.

              Indeed, there’s a chance that rather than outright firing Bannon, Trump could demote him to avoid upsetting the aforementioned base, according to the report.

              It’s a base that includes white supremacists and nationalists, as well as neo-Nazis, groups that Trump did not immediately condemn Saturday following the death of counter-protester Heather Heyer while saying the violence in the college town was on “many sides.” http://www.newsweek.com/trump-bannon-scared-fire-6...

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                  On the heels of Trump’s unhinged, impromptu press conference in which he yet again failed to condemn the white supremacists and neo-Nazis at this weekend’s rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, Clay Aiken, runner-up on season two of American Idol and a contestant on The Apprentice, tempered his past p
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