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@ american liberal nationalists - how can naziism be “un-american” if america turned away thousands of jewish people at the border who then perished in the holocaust Please explain

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Shepard Solus

I don't think the words I'd need are small enough. Sorry.

9/28/2017 10:22:40 AM

Churchy LaFemme

Because there's a big difference between anti-semitism, common in the US at the time, and fascism/naziism.

9/28/2017 1:06:42 PM

Volcheka

@Churchy: How much of a difference, really? If the OP is saying not that National Socialism was right, but that there were always Nazi sympathizers in America, are they wrong?

9/28/2017 2:03:31 PM

Anon-e-moose

The Conservative government here in Britain - since late last year - declared Neo-Nazis to be terrorists.

WWII. No explanation required.

9/28/2017 4:08:43 PM

Insult to Rocks

Something can be American and still be against American values. Sovereign Citizens are American, yet they would cheer at the destruction of the country.

9/28/2017 4:36:07 PM

pyro

It's not, but since the US has historically turned away refugees sometimes and accepted them other times, you pretty much can be a patriot while disagreeing with other patriots about almost everything.

9/28/2017 5:50:44 PM

Phil O'Macedon

In my opinion, to our shame as a nation, we fucked up on that one. Let's see if we can avoid American Citizens who can't afford healthcare being hung out to dry also.

9/28/2017 6:26:32 PM

Psalmanazaar

Actually, I think "unAmerican" is a fairly useless term. What does it mean? Slavery was American. So are jazz, jambalaya, enormous hats, Trump, and NPR. The term has almost no meaning.

A better term is "evil." Nazis are evil and Nazi supporters are a waste.

9/29/2017 7:01:08 AM

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