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I flagged this as political content so anyone that don't want to watch can just ignore it.  The Democratic party is trying to kill itself and that will be a good thing.  The Democratic party is now embracing Socialists.

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  •  Greystarfish1: 
     

    The Political Correctness Gone Wild Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/PoliticalCorrectnessGoneWild is covering this movement. It is growing.

     
     13 days ago 
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  •  cosmicrat: 
     

    You used to like a socialist before you went to the alt-right.

     
     13 days ago·1 replies1 replies 
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    •  SecretCorners: 
       

      I am not alt-right and I am not regressive left; I have stated this before but perhaps you missed it, I am centrist.  I have never been for socialism.  To see what happens under socialism, just look at Venezuela.  I am for a free market but one that has regulations where needed.  The US has seen what happens under a completely free market.

      I did think Bernie Sanders; who is not a socialist unless he has changed since I last viewed him, would have been a good choice for President.  However, I would not vote for Bernie now because he has joined the regressive left.  When Bernie first started his campaign, he clearly stated he was not for open borders, that open borders was a Koch brothers dream.  Bernie may have developed Trump Derangement Syndrome.

      Now having clearly given you my position, don't refer to me as alt-right again.

       
       13 days ago·1 replies1 replies 
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      •  cosmicrat: 
         

        Bernie said from the beginning that he was a democratic socialist.  The examples for that are nations such as Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and Germany, as well as other successful countries.  Each has its own implementation.

        Democratic socialism does not mean abolishing capitalism, but regulating it so that it does not do harm to the people it is supposed to serve.

        Those who are accused of wanting "open borders" actually want properly regulated borders, with immigration allowed at the needed levels, not restricted to only a tiny percent of the need, and following international standards for the treatment of refugees and asylum seekers.

        Because you have frequently posted alt-right-friendly material, because you have explicitly advocated discrimination against a religion, criticized anyone who works for racial and ethnic equality, you seem to be much closer to the ethnonationalist view than any other category.  The picture above, implying that the democratic socialism advocated by the recent primary winner is the same as the Communist Party is both absurd and indicates an uninformed prejudice.

         
         12 days ago·3 replies3 replies 
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        •  SecretCorners: 
           

          Now that you know that I am not alt-right, I will appreciate that you don't call me that in any future posts, OK?  Big Hugs Big Hug and all that.  However, if you do, I will file a complaint.  Still big hugs Big Hug, OK?

           
           12 days ago 
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        •  SecretCorners: 
           

          I post a wide range of materials on a wide range of subjects.  Posting material is not advocating.  The problem is that the normal left is now seen as the right by many.  For example, pushing for real racial equality is now seen as being racist by many on the alt-left.

          Here is a clear example of how crazy the alt-left, regressive left, have become.  And to tell the truth the Democratic party keeps moving closer and closer to the regressive left.  When 4Chan/pol/ did the "It's OK to be White" campaign the regressive left went nuts.  All you heard on the regressive left controlled media was about racist posters being put up.  Now, what is racist about the posters?  Nothing.  Yes, it is OK to be White just as it is OK to be any race.  No one chooses their race; you are born that way.

           
           12 days ago 
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        •  SecretCorners: 
           

          No, the countries you mentioned are social democracies; countries that have a lot of social programmes paid by taxpayers.  I am for social programmes if they don't get too aggressive.  Remember that a Socialist country is one that the government owns the means of production.  Terminology matters.

           
           12 days ago 
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Posted: 07.07.2018
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