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Where was he radicalized?

2017-03-13 22:59:10.969418+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

White supremacist stabs interracial couple after seeing them kiss at bar, police say.

Where was he radicalized and what can we do to discredit his thought leaders?

Speaking of white supremacist thought leaders, Steve King, Congressman from Iowa, tweeted:

Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny. We can't restore our civilization with somebody else's babies.

I understand that there's some concern about how quickly members of one culture assimilate into another culture, but my experience has been that people moving into a culture are generally doing so because they want the benefits that that culture provides. So, yeah, this is just flat out racist bullshit.

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