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Biden Regime Lumps Christians, Conservatives, and Republicans into Same Category as Nazis in New DHS Anti-Terrorism Program

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specman · 46-50, M
I heard about this! This is not True Americanism!

Biden and his cronies are trying to run this country like a communist country!
specman · 46-50, M
@Richard65 oooohhhh geez…moron!
ron122 · 41-45, M
@Gloomy Well aren't you special.🤣
Diotrephes · 70-79, M
@specman[quote] I heard about this! This is not True Americanism!

Biden and his cronies are trying to run this country like a communist country![/quote]

You know who started communism, don't you? And you know which ethnic group has controlled Russia since 1917 till 2023?
AbbeyRhode · F
And STILL, the indoctrinated refuse to acknowledge the evil they support.
therighttothink50 · 56-60, M
4meAndyou · F
"The Media Research Center (MRC) just released a report on the latest example, which comes from the Biden administration’s Department of Homeland Security. Using an anti-terrorism grant program, they gave $352,109 to a group whose educational materials suggested that conservatives are just one to two degrees away from Nazis and terrorists."

"The University of Dayton Human Rights Center was given the grant in order to establish the Preventing Radicalization to Extremist Violence through Education, Network-Building and Training in Southwest Ohio program. According to the DHS, this program aims to raise “awareness of the radicalization to violence process” and “develop and implement modules on the risks of and protective factors for radicalization to violence related to media literacy and online critical thinking.”

"Possibly most disturbing is “a chart used by DHS and its grantee in a training program” which explicitly equates groups such as the Republican National Committee, Fox News, the Heritage Foundation, PragerU, the Christian Broadcasting Network, and Quillette magazine with neo-Nazis, white supremacist websites, and racist militant groups. The training depicts a pyramid with those mainstream groups in the bottom two sections, suggesting that they lead people to embrace Nazi and militant ideologies, which are in the upper two sections."

"I wonder what the reaction would be if they promoted a similar graphic depicting “the pyramid of far-left radicalization,” which suggested that by being involved with the Democratic National Committee, one is in a pipeline toward becoming a communist or anarchist revolutionary who is eager to loot and riot. Most people would rightly understand that is absurd. Yet, in many elite institutions today, the suggestion that watching Fox News may lead someone to become a neo-Nazi is not seen as so far-fetched."

Outlaw all other political parties next..

@TheOneyouwerewarnedabout God willing, one day that's where all Republicans will cower until they learn to rejoin civilized society.
@waterthefields atta boy… prove the question askers point 🕺👍
Richard65 · M
You guys always post vague, sensationalist headlines without any context. At least give us the passages that allegedly lump all these together, as you suggest. Then we can see what you mean.
Richard65 · M
@Budwick I notice how the photo you chose to use was Hitler giving the Nazi salute. From every photo you might have used, you posted that one. It speaks volumes....
Budwick · 70-79, M
@Richard65 [quote] It speaks volumes....

And somehow you cannot speak a word of it.
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That projection is thick, coming from a Catholic.

wildbill83 · 36-40, M
@BizSuitStacy [media=https://youtu.be/xoMgnJDXd3k]
CountScrofula · 41-45, M
That's right dude they're coming for the Christians they're going send like 63% of the country to the gas chambers. 220 million it'll happen any day now.
SevIsPamprinYouAlways · 51-55, F
wildbill83 · 36-40, M
easy for him to say when he's hiding in the basement of the most secure building in the country, behind walls/fences, heavily armed security/secret service, /w a bunch of biased weaponized three letter federal agencies on his side... (just like any other true dictator)

If Christians/Conservatives were as evil as our adversaries made us out to be, there wouldn't be any dissenting voices... we'd have executed them all by now, we'd be rounding up democrats by the millions, and shipping them off in railroad boxcars to be used as "green" energy in an incinerator...
graphite · 61-69, M
Apparently, this is what Democrats define as "mainstream." Total insanity.


Subhead: Biden Administration lays policy groundwork for removing minor children from families for hormones and surgery

ron122 · 41-45, M
The Biden Regime. What a bunch of know nothing clowns.
CountScrofula · 41-45, M
@TexChik I called the Democrats liars, is that part of the scripted narrative?

Also I'm not a liberal. You're more liberal than I am.
CountScrofula · 41-45, M
@TexChik All good I'm no conservative either but promise I have no love for the Democrats just for very different reasons
popmol · 22-25, M
well i mean the muslims are terrorists so the other religious over there need to be something extreme too and i think nazis are the only option left!
i heard religious people there want back or condone slavery and want to peopel dead who get abortions and are gay and the like, seems pretty nazi timeish.
Richard65 · M
@FragileHeart yes he does. Then these morons are surprised when they're labelled Nazis. Read this comment quick because he'll delete it, just like the Nazis burning books they didn't agree with... 😒
popmol · 22-25, M
@Budwick huh? wait, if you are afraid of rapists and pedophiles, look no further than religious people! how many priests have used kids?
also any person can be a pedophile so let robots teach class!
Diotrephes · 70-79, M
@Richard65 [quote]yes he does. Then these morons are surprised when they're labelled Nazis. Read this comment quick because he'll delete it, just like the Nazis burning books they didn't agree with... 😒[/quote]

Americans are champion book burners. It's one of their favorite hobbies.

1. Book criticising Puritanism (in Boston)
The first book burning incident in the Thirteen Colonies occurred in Boston in 1651 when William Pynchon, founder of Springfield, Massachusetts, published The Meritorious Price of Our Redemption, which criticised the Puritans, who were then in power in Massachusetts. The book became the first banned book in North America, and subsequently all known copies were publicly burned. Pynchon left for England prior to a scheduled appearance in court, and never returned.[104][105][106]

2. Quaker books (in Boston)
In 1656 the authorities at Boston imprisoned the Quaker women preachers Ann Austin and Mary Fisher, who had arrived on a ship from Barbados. Among other things they were charged with "bringing with them and spreading here sundry books, wherein are contained most corrupt, heretical, and blasphemous doctrines contrary to the truth of the gospel here professed amongst us" as the colonial gazette put it. The books in question, about a hundred, were publicly burned in Boston's Market Square.[107]

3. "The Bonnie Blue Flag" (by Union General Benjamin Butler)
During the American Civil War, when Union Major General Benjamin Butler captured New Orleans he ordered the destruction of all copies of the music for the popular Confederate song "The Bonnie Blue Flag", as well as imposing a $500 fine on A. E. Blackmar who published this music.

4. "Lewd" books (by Anthony Comstock and the NYSSV)
Anthony Comstock founded the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice (NYSSV) in 1873 and over the years burned 15 tons of books, 284,000 pounds of plate, and almost 4 million pictures. The NYSSV was financed by wealthy and influential New York philanthropists. Lobbying the United States Congress also led to the enactment of the Comstock laws.

5. Theodore Dreiser's works (at Warsaw, Indiana)
Trustees of Warsaw, Indiana, ordered the burning of all the library's works by local author Theodore Dreiser in 1935.

6. Comic book burnings, 1948
In 1948, children – overseen by priests, teachers, and parents – publicly burned several hundred comic books in both Spencer, West Virginia, and Binghamton, New York. Once these stories were picked up by the national press wire services, similar events followed in many other cities.

7. Beatles burnings – Southern USA, 1966
John Lennon, member of the popular music group The Beatles, sparked outrage from religious conservatives in the Southern 'Bible Belt' states due to his quote 'The Beatles are more popular than Jesus' from an interview he had done in England five months previous to the Beatles' 1966 US Tour (their final tour as a group). Disc Jockeys, evangelists, and the Ku Klux Klan implored the local public to bring their Beatles records, books, magazines, posters and memorabilia to Beatles bonfire burning events.

8. Books burned by at order of school board in Drake, North Dakota, USA
On November 8, 1973, the custodian at Drake's elementary/high school used the school's furnace to burn 32 copies of Kurt Vonnegut's Slaugherhouse Five, at the order of the school board after they "deemed the novel profane and therefore unsuitable for use in class."[176] Other books reported to have been burned were Deliverance by James Dickey, and a short story anthology with stories from Joseph Conrad, William Faulkner, and John Steinbeck.

9. Harry Potter books (in various American cities)
Further information: Religious debates over the Harry Potter series
There have been several incidents of Harry Potter books being burned, including those directed by churches at Alamogordo, New Mexico, and Charleston, South Carolina, in 2006.[215] More recently books have been burnt in response to J.K. Rowling's comments on Donald Trump,[216] and to protest her gender-related views.[217][218]

10. Inventory of Prospero's Books (by proprietors Tom Wayne and W.E. Leathem)
On May 27, 2007, Tom Wayne and W.E. Leathem, the proprietors of Prospero's Books, a used book store in Kansas City, Missouri, publicly burned a portion of their inventory to protest what they perceived as society's increasing indifference to the printed word. The protest was interrupted by the Kansas City Fire Department on the grounds that Wayne and Leathem had failed to obtain the required permits.[219]

11. Non-approved Bibles, books and music in Canton, North Carolina
The Amazing Grace Baptist Church of Canton, North Carolina, headed by Pastor Marc Grizzard, intended to hold a book burning on Halloween 2009.[221][222] The church, being a King James Version exclusive church, held all other translations of the Bible to be heretical, and also considered both the writings of Christian writers and preachers such as Billy Graham and T.D. Jakes and most musical genres to be heretical expressions. However, a confluence of rain, oppositional protesters[223] and a state environmental protection law against open burning resulted in the church having to retreat into the edifice to ceremoniously tear apart and dump the media into a trash can (as recorded on video which was submitted to People For the American Way's Right Wing Watch blog);[224] nevertheless, the church claimed that the book "burning" was a success.[225]

12. 2010–11 Florida Qur'an burning and related burnings
Main article: 2010 Qur'an-burning controversy
On September 11, 2010:

Fred Phelps burned a Qur'an with the American flag at the Westboro Baptist Church[227]
Bob Old and another preacher burned a Qur'an in Nashville, Tennessee[228]
A New Jersey transit worker burned a few pages of a Qur'an at the Ground Zero Mosque in Manhattan[229]

13. Operation Dark Heart, memoir by Anthony Shaffer (by the U. S. Dept. of Defense)
On September 20, 2010, the Pentagon bought[233] and burned[234] 9,500 copies of Operation Dark Heart, nearly all the first run copies for supposedly containing classified information.

14. Suspected Colorado City incident
Sometime during the weekend of April 15–17, 2011, books and other items designated for a new public library in the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints polygamous community Colorado City, Arizona, were removed from the facility where they had been stored and burned nearby.[236][237] A lawyer for some FLDS members has stated that the burning was the result of a cleanup of the property and that no political or religious statement was intended, however the burned items were under lock and key and were not the property of those who burned them.[238]

15. Anti-climate change book at San Jose State University
In May 2013, two San Jose State University professors, department chair Alison Bridger, PhD and associate professor Craig Clements, PhD, were photographed holding a match to a book they disagreed with, The Mad, Mad, Mad World of Climatism, by Steve Goreham. The university initially posted it on their website, but then took it down.[248][249][250]

16. Theology library purge in North Carolina
Traditionalist Catholic seminarians purged a Boone, North Carolina, theology library in 2017 of works they considered heretical, including the writing of Henri Nouwen and Thomas Merton. The books were burned. Parishioners uncomfortable with the radical behavior of local church officials celebrate Catholic mass in an automobile repair shop instead of the church building.[251]

17. Tennessee Global Vision Bible Church book burning
On February 2, 2022, Pastor Greg Locke of the Global Vision Bible Church in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, led a book burning event with attendees also throwing books and other media into the fire. The burning was livestreamed on Facebook.[258] The burn pile was fed partially with dozens of wood forklift pallets. At one point Locke claimed that the fire department was trying to put the fire out but his security team was successfully blocking their access. Along with contributions from the crowd, a dumpster full of books was unveiled and burned by Locke and attendees.[259] Locke claimed it was his and the churches "biblical right" to "burn....cultic materials that they deem are a threat to their religious rights and freedoms and belief systems." On Instagram, Locke wrote that "anything tied to the Masonic Lodge needs to be destroyed."[260]
therighttothink50 · 56-60, M
the pot calling the kettle black?
graphite · 61-69, M
Diotrephes · 70-79, M
@Budwick Why do people consider the Nazis to be worse than the Americans, who they got all of their bad habits from, or the Belgians, English, French, Spanish, Italians, Japanese, or the Old Testament Jews, whom they adore?
popmol · 22-25, M
@Diotrephes well if you say it like that yeah, but i would say abrahamic religion as they are all based on the same thing and that's the term for them all.

well it was pretty much racist vs none racist in europe, but racism seems more rooted in america it seems
Diotrephes · 70-79, M
@popmol All of the countries in the western hemisphere are racist. But not all of the people are racist.

Imgine how different things could have been if America and Brazil had abolished slavery when Mexico did. But Mexico wouldn't give Black people visas to visit Mexico until 1935. Black people couldn't buy 9-day all expense tours to the Chicago World Fair in 1933. And don't forget that Black people couldn't walk the streets of NY City without being harassed by the Slave Patrol when Rudy was mayor.

And remember how religious all of those countries claim to be. They haven't made any improvements since the Old Testament Israelites ran around committing countless genocides.
popmol · 22-25, M
@Diotrephes i think in general every country is racist if you look for it :p

ooh religious people suck thats true.
I'm not at sure I've ever heard Hitler lumping Christians, Conservatives and Republicans in with his own party, but to paraphrase Trump, maybe he was a "smart guy" and a "strong leader."
Zonuss · 41-45, M
It's pretty accurate.
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Gloomy · F
@Stereoguy Nationalism, repressive social norms, attacking minorities and slandering them, using religion for political gain, fostering hatred,... all things your ideology has in common with national socialism.
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Richard65 · M
@Gloomy lie down with dogs and you wake up with fleas.
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Budwick · 70-79, M
@Richard65 I suggest you guide your own Marxist comments.
I can handle my own.
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Diotrephes · 70-79, M
@waterthefields Can it be that he's a book burner?
@Diotrephes I'm sure he has nothing, in principle, against burning the "right" sort of books...
Budwick · 70-79, M
@waterthefields [quote]Why are you even on this site??[/quote]

To speak the truth.

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