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“A basic responsibilities as a decent, civilized, educated human being is to be able to recognize horrors like fascism — and reject them. Not erase them, minimize them away as ‘racism,’ or pretend they are not happening at all.”
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“They are living in alternate fairy tales — the right’s fairy tale says Mexican babies are fearsome monsters who must be caged, but the left’s fairy tale says that isn’t fascism or authoritarianism.”
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“The Jake Tappers and Chris Hayeses of the world will never face any real lasting consequences whatsoever for telling the truth, and yet they won’t. Meanwhile Daphne Caruna Galizia was murdered for publishing the Panama Papers.”
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Patrick White 9h
“The Failure of the American Century” by ⁦
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I just published The Age of Disintegration
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Chris Marksberry 21h
Dear America, You Need to Stop Dismissing Fascism as Mere Racism by
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John Curran 15h
"Poverty is the deprivation of possibility."
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“We landed on the moon. We went a long way towards eradicating global poverty. We wiped out many of history’s worst diseases. We built a global democracy for the first time in history — and then a continental one (the EU). But now we’ve stopped dreaming.”
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“America was the world’s largest apartheid state until 1971, and America seems to be regressing to just that. We are the world’s most violent society, both internally and externally, and never overcoming violence is what sowed the seeds for meltdown.”
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katie teague Jul 21
“Dear America, You Need to Stop Dismissing Fascism as Mere Racism” by
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❤️ Jul 21
“You’ll never hear an Ezra Klein or a Jake Tapper or a Chris Hayes — ever — using the word fascism. It’s a red line, a taboo. They know if they say it that bad things will happen to them. Their fat paychecks will be threatened. Oh no!”
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❤️ Jul 21
“Fascists take the larger corpus of racism, which has existed throughout history — and actively push it to its outermost limits. ‘I don’t want to associate with those people’ becomes ‘We must cleanse our society of them!’”
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Sherrilyn Ifill Jul 21
Wait, we’re still being asked this?
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Americans don’t get that for example even the euro hard right wants MORE public investment not less, ie the Gilets Jaunes and Lega and whatnot, even the euro hard right is “leftist” in American terms. That’s how deluded American thinking is now. It is off the charts extremism
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❤️ Jul 21
We shouldn’t describe a minimally functioning society as “left.” Nobody else does except Americans and maybe Brits. We should just describe at as a working country
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American discourse, the world’s biggest joke
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Jonathan Korman May 21
I was looking at this real life horror show and thinking about how someday this is going to be part of the familiar aesthetic language of evil
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Eli Valley Jul 20
GOP-Nazi Party playbook: Use us as pawns to prove their love for Israel while in the same breath demanding our murder.
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Hold on now we’ve got dictators to prop up and innocent people to kill
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Aaden Friday Jul 21
“'You can’t use a dictionary or an encyclopedia to understand the word ‘concentration camp,’ Waskow said in a speech to the protesters. 'What you need is a calendar, because concentration camps over time turn into death camps if you don’t stop them.'”
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