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When did ‘Nationalism,’ ‘Alt-Right’ and ‘Populism’ become bad words?
08/05/18 at 18:36:11
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Re: When did ‘Nationalism,’ ‘Alt-Right’ and ‘Populism’ become bad words?
Reply #1 - 08/05/18 at 20:37:41
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When the fascists said so.
  

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Re: When did ‘Nationalism,’ ‘Alt-Right’ and ‘Populism’ become bad words?
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They became dirty words when people on the right allowed the left to make them dirty. I am a nationalist and proud of it.  The term alt right is a nonsense term to me. It was invented by the left to marginalize effective voices on the right - primarily you tubers and twatterers who lean right or who supports/defend President Trump.

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Re: When did ‘Nationalism,’ ‘Alt-Right’ and ‘Populism’ become bad words?
Reply #3 - 08/05/18 at 23:00:22
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newt2008 wrote on 08/05/18 at 21:56:29:
They became dirty words when people on the right allowed the left to make them dirty. I am a nationalist and proud of it.  The term alt right is a nonsense term to me. It was invented by the left to marginalize effective voices on the right - primarily you tubers and twatterers who lean right or who supports/defend President Trump.

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It is becoming quite common for the alt-right to be associated with the hardest of the hard right which definitely leans towards not nationalism but white nationalism.

There is nothing wrong with nationalism and populism but Trump himself has disavowed the alt-right on multiple occasions.

There are even conservatives/Trump supporters going to these Antifa(who is the alt left) vs alt right rallies to get into fights with both groups equally which is the most powerful statement of all to the leftists who really are uneducated on who we as conservatives and Trump supporters really are as people.

Alt-right was not invented by the left either.  Richard Spencer coined the term himself.  If you don't know who Richard Spencer is, look him up.  He isn't someone you would call a pal of yours.

Trump has also disavowed Richard Spencer.

We are not alt-right.  Just like alt-left is the extreme of the left (antifa), alt-right is our extreme.  Antifa doesn't consider themselves communists and do not like to be considered as such.  Alt-right is the same, they do not like being called white supremacists.

Same packaging, different label.
  
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Re: When did ‘Nationalism,’ ‘Alt-Right’ and ‘Populism’ become bad words?
Reply #4 - 08/06/18 at 07:25:57
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countzero wrote on 08/05/18 at 20:37:41:
When the fascists said so.


Yep, that's pretty much it in a nutshell.

Also, most modern conservatives aren't even very far right. For example, if one looks at the policies of John F Kennedy he would be a conservative by today's standards. It's not that the right has moved father right (the right has actually moved to center) it's that the left has moved very far left.
  
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Re: When did ‘Nationalism,’ ‘Alt-Right’ and ‘Populism’ become bad words?
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killermccoy wrote on 08/05/18 at 23:00:22:
It is becoming quite common for the alt-right to be associated with the hardest of the hard right which definitely leans towards not nationalism but white nationalism.

There is nothing wrong with nationalism and populism but Trump himself has disavowed the alt-right on multiple occasions.

There are even conservatives/Trump supporters going to these Antifa(who is the alt left) vs alt right rallies to get into fights with both groups equally which is the most powerful statement of all to the leftists who really are uneducated on who we as conservatives and Trump supporters really are as people.

Alt-right was not invented by the left either.  Richard Spencer coined the term himself.  If you don't know who Richard Spencer is, look him up.  He isn't someone you would call a pal of yours.

Trump has also disavowed Richard Spencer.

We are not alt-right.  Just like alt-left is the extreme of the left (antifa), alt-right is our extreme.  Antifa doesn't consider themselves communists and do not like to be considered as such.  Alt-right is the same, they do not like being called white supremacists.

Same packaging, different label.


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No one is going to tell me what I can and can not be.

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Re: When did ‘Nationalism,’ ‘Alt-Right’ and ‘Populism’ become bad words?
Reply #6 - 08/06/18 at 23:40:43
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No idea what alt right is. Liberals use it as some kind of negative thing hyphenated what ever is in their collective minds.

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Re: When did ‘Nationalism,’ ‘Alt-Right’ and ‘Populism’ become bad words?
Reply #7 - 08/06/18 at 23:41:21
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newt2008 wrote on 08/05/18 at 21:56:29:
They became dirty words when people on the right allowed the left to make them dirty. I am a nationalist and proud of it.  The term alt right is a nonsense term to me. It was invented by the left to marginalize effective voices on the right - primarily you tubers and twatterers who lean right or who supports/defend President Trump.

Ms. Borelli


I agree.  I believe in USA first.  As other countries should believe in themselves first.  If the USA does well, then other countries can be helped.  Tearing it down is a terrible mistake for the whole world.

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Re: When did ‘Nationalism,’ ‘Alt-Right’ and ‘Populism’ become bad words?
Reply #8 - 08/07/18 at 01:06:33
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killermccoy wrote on 08/05/18 at 23:00:22:
It is becoming quite common for the alt-right to be associated with the hardest of the hard right which definitely leans towards not nationalism but white nationalism.

There is nothing wrong with nationalism and populism but Trump himself has disavowed the alt-right on multiple occasions.

There are even conservatives/Trump supporters going to these Antifa(who is the alt left) vs alt right rallies to get into fights with both groups equally which is the most powerful statement of all to the leftists who really are uneducated on who we as conservatives and Trump supporters really are as people.

Alt-right was not invented by the left either.  Richard Spencer coined the term himself.  If you don't know who Richard Spencer is, look him up.  He isn't someone you would call a pal of yours.

Trump has also disavowed Richard Spencer.

We are not alt-right.  Just like alt-left is the extreme of the left (antifa), alt-right is our extreme.  Antifa doesn't consider themselves communists and do not like to be considered as such.  Alt-right is the same, they do not like being called white supremacists.

Same packaging, different label.

I have to disagree. I am fully aware of who Richard Spencer is and I am also fully aware that he has been around long before the left started branding all Trump supporters as "alt right". Richard Spencer and his followers are a very small number compared to the millions of good, honest Americans who wanted to stop the destruction of their country. I don't see what's "alt right" about that.

The folks in places like Portland who are willing to take on antifa are simply people who are sick and fed up of seeing their fellow citizens get their heads bashed in fir the crime of attending a political rally. I do not understand what is "alt right" about that. No, candidate Trump/President Trump did not start the violence. The very fake news hysterical drive by media and the left did.

The left has introduced alt right and added it to all their other insults- racists, nazis, islamaphobes, homophobes, deplorables,  bitter clingers, fundamentalists, and yes, white supremacists. It's all part of alinskyism in branding their "enemies". I for one am not going to let them define me.

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Re: When did ‘Nationalism,’ ‘Alt-Right’ and ‘Populism’ become bad words?
Reply #9 - 08/07/18 at 08:27:47
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I'm going to "define" myself and suggest we all define ourselves in the same manner: I'm an American, we are all Americans. This is the only definition that really matters. The left's division is just BS designed to remove all of our rights and personal liberties.
  
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