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    Why do white supremacists pick losers?
    11/26/2017



    Nazis. They're bad right? I mean, how could they not be? Everyone knows the most basic reason why Nazis are bad;The Holocaust. Side note: If you believe it didn't exist, you are a moron. The U.S. Department of Defense shot their own footage to bring war crime charges against the Nazis. Unless you've been living under a Fraggle rock, you know about Adolf Hitler, his rise to power, his paramilitary killing machine (the SS) and his minister of propaganda (Joseph Goebbels). Ideas of a master race and practices of genocide pretty much put them on top of the worst villains in history list. You also know that because of the ongoing fight by the Soviet Union and the Allies, the Nazis were defeated back in World War II. Let me repeat that. The Nazis were defeated. They lost. Ever since, society and pop culture has painted the Nazis in the light they deserve. Asshole-loser-fucks.
    So, whenever the activity of white supremacist groups rises, I am always left wondering, "Why do you guys pick losers to follow?" For whatever reason, morally or politically, the ideology and leader of what you believe in was eradicated. Is it the fancy costumes you like or are you just not original enough to come up with your own symbology? The Nazis weren't originals either so maybe you're staying true to them. The swastika is rooted in Jainism, Buddhism and Navajo cultures and its meaning of good luck and fortune are a far cry from Nazi and neo-Nazi train of thought.
    But you guys knew that, right? Society has demonized Nazis for a reason. So why not take a hint from history and save yourself another loss? Do you ever hear rising politicians quote Nixon? No, he's a fucking loser. Why put yourself in the same category as some of the biggest losers in history? What's more confusing is when you wave around your Nazi flag with the U.S. flag. Read a history book again. The U.S. was on the allied side. Hell, read a Captain America comic book. You don't have to strain your tiny brain as much. There are plenty of pretty pictures with bright colors and simple words you can understand. The overall message is: Nazis are bad. But let's step back for a moment. Here is where I somewhat sympathize with neo-Nazis and white supremacists. The overall atmosphere that the other extreme side (libtard leftists) has created can be a blow to one of our most important American ideologies; freedom of speech. You can't really go around using certain terms because of the possibility it may offend someone. That's censorship. You know who loved censorship? Nazis. Ah, the irony. I can see how men who already have an inferiority complex can practice projection when certain groups demonize them. In essence, dehumanizing all white men has radicalized many of them.

    "Inferiority complexes arise from deeply held beliefs of worthlessness.These people consistently strive for superiority to overcompensate. The only way inwardly uncertain people can feel happy is by making others unhappy." -Dr. Smashy

    Now, let me be clear, I am not defending these nitwits. However, if we ignore the underlying issue that seems to be prevailing nowadays, we will only keep making their insecurities stronger and their groups larger. Once you are surrounded by like-minded individuals who hate like you hate, you won't have a reason to self reflect. They may feel strength through numbers but once society shows them harsh consequences they retreat to the inferior nature. Case in point: Christopher Cantwell, aka the crying Nazi. This neanderthal was made into a viral sensation after Vice News interviewed him before and during the Charlottesville unite the right rally. In the interview he said, "I'm trying to make myself more capable of violence." He was so proud to display his collection of guns and talk about white supremacy. However, days after the tragedy in Charlottesville, he uploaded a video of himself playing the victim...and crying. Pleading his case and saying, "I'm a human being." Weird, the dehumanizer becomes a human by being dehumanized. Vicious cycle, right?
    So what's the solution? Race will always be an issue. It's in our DNA to be tribalistic. However, it is also our evolution as humans to recognize and resolve our differences of opinion through rational and empathetic avenues. Yes there are white men who are products of their environment and can never be healed. But in some cases, one misconception of civil rights was taken to an extreme. The main organizer for the Unite the Right rally, Jason Kessler, began his journey merely because he assumed affirmative action played a role in him not securing a spot for a job. His insecurities led to a weird, racist rabbit hole.
    We, as a society need to communicate better, assume less about each other and for fuck's sake, put history and critical thinking in the forefront of our educational system. The shitty history, not the white-washed version that ignores the Native American genocide, black slavery, and misuse of military power against those we dehumanize and label as enemies. Humanity is only as human as we make it.
    -RL
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