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@nctarheel wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

 

As TO "support" - the POINTS made IN the article DO make SENSE.


So then you agree with NIGEL FARAGE'S philosophy?



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As TO "support" - the POINTS made IN the article DO make SENSE.


So then you agree with NIGEL FARAGE'S philosophy?


So then I THINK the POINTS made in the article DO make SENSE

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@rk9152 wrote:

 

As TO "support" - the POINTS made IN the article DO make SENSE.


So then you agree with NIGEL FARAGE'S philosophy?

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I'll have to take your word for that.

 

No you don't, you can Google the globalist Jewish conspiracy.

 

Anyone can.


Given the choice, I would prefer the "nationalism" of "America first" (note: "first" not "only") to the "globalism" of "We're just another country".

 

Does that make me anti-Semitic?

 

I am not talking about some comment from somebody 75 years ago (The Atlantic article) - I am talking about a national vision (as described above) today.

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@nctarheel wrote:

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IN the meanTIME - do you SEE my point ABOUT the disparity BETWEEN the HEADLINE and THE content????


Actually, all I see is your support for the views of NIGEL FARAGE.

 

AM I RIGHT?.... or

 

AM I WRONG??


YOU ARE WRONG. The POINT being MADE in the topic IS the inconsistency BETWEEN the title OF THE article and IT'S content.

 

As TO "support" - the POINTS made IN the article DO make SENSE.

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I realize that Donald Trump encouraged the population of Great Britain to vote for Brexit but now that the true implications are beginning to unfold, could you please explain to me which part of GB leaving the European Union makes any economic sense?


You'll have to ask the Brits.

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I'll have to take your word for that.

 

No you don't, you can Google the globalist Jewish conspiracy.

 

Anyone can.

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@rk9152 wrote:


IN the meanTIME - do you SEE my point ABOUT the disparity BETWEEN the HEADLINE and THE content????


Actually, all I see is your support for the views of NIGEL FARAGE.

 

AM I RIGHT?.... or

 

AM I WRONG??

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Here are some things to think about.

1. You do know Steve Bannon lived in the same building as Lionel Firage did and Bannon helped him plan Brexit.

2. Steve Bannon went to France and helped the far right women who ran against the current President, but thinking people won and Bannon lost.

3. Bannon worked in Italy to put their current far right govt. in power which is destroying the country.

4. Steven King was in Austria this year working with the neo Nazi to win the election there.

5. Bannon worked in eastern Europe with far right to take control in Poland, Hungry

 

If you check you will find the US far right is involved in every problem facing the EU today. You will also find that Trump  and his people are behind all of this. Now Trump does not have the brains to plan all this himself. His handlers are at work and Trump does what they say even though he nor his enablers do not realize that.

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I realize that Donald Trump encouraged the population of Great Britain to vote for Brexit but now that the true implications are beginning to unfold, could you please explain to me which part of GB leaving the European Union makes any economic sense?

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@gruffstuff wrote:

Were they all "globalist Jews". I thought the guy hated "Jews".

 

Nazis don't care about the ideology of individual  Jews,  all Jews are part of the globalist conspiracy to destroy white culture in the minds of Nazis.

 

The problem with blowing the racist / white supremacists  / Nazi dog whistle is someone might actually answer to it, locked and loaded, ready to kill.

 

As they did in Pittsburgh.


I'll have to take your word for that. You are apparently more into Nazi thinking than me. I have always thought of Judaism as a religion and globalism as a political ideology. I also thought that Nazis hated Jews and didn't concern themselves with that other stuff.

 

Silly me!!!

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