Saturday, August 12, 2017

Drumpf's Shock Troops Have Shined Up and Put On Their Jack Boots . . .

These are the people who Drumpf has coaxed out from beneath their rocks and out of their caves.

They are the core of Drumpf's support base and they most certainly will represent a major component of his ugly legacy:

Aug 11, 2017 9:30 PM
Chanting "blood and soil,” “white lives matter” and “you will not replace us,” scores of white nationalists holding torches marched across the University of Virginia campus in Charlottesville on Friday night.

"Blood and soil" is a 19th century German expression that was adopted by Hitler and his Nazi party as the rallying cry for their quest of a pure-bred, Aryan race of blonde-haired, blue-eyed super humans.

Now - before The Gadfly says anything else here -- let's be clear about something.  The Gadfly does not want to stifle the right of these deplorable fuckers to march and chant their cute little Nazi slogans.  The Gadfly ascribes to the old saying that is often misattributed to the great French philosopher Voltaire which says, "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it."

Having clarified that then, let it be known that The Gadfly also has rights as well.  One of those rights is the right to observe people's behavior and analyze their words and their intentions toward, and their social interactions with, other humans.  And should it come to pass that The Gadfly arrives at the conclusion that the people whom he is observing are something a great deal less than admirable or decent, then you can be unquestionably fucking sure that The Gadfly will exercise his right to say as much.

Therefore -- The Gadfly's observation is that these fuckers are indeed Nazis of the lowest order.  They are un-American. They are really the most deplorable (HRC was right), sad sack bunch of losers among our citizenry who not only do not deserve the freedoms and opportunities that this great country provides for them by virtue of their birth here, but they also deserve no respect - not in any way shape or form.

Here are some pics of their proud little Nazi rally last evening in Charlottesville, Virginia:

What's that you say?  Nothing in those pics suggests fealty to Hitler and Nazism?

How about this one then from today then where they are at it again, employing threats of and even employing outright violence to spread their message of hate and exclusion and yes - Nazism?

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Yeah - because nothing conveys reasonableness and rationality like a t-shirt with Hitler quotes - amiright?

Notice anything else odd about those first three pictures dear readers?  Not too many women in their ranks huh?

By all realistic appearances, this "protest" looks to be, to The Gadfly's discerning gaze, a gathering principally of thick-necked, even thicker skulled, visibly sexually repressed, angry white males who fancy themselves and their "master" race to be so unfairly oppressed (boo-fucking-hoo) that they broke out the ol' torch parade theme (apparently Home Depot was out of pitchforks) to air their grievances about the filthy hordes of niggers, spics, jews, wetbacks, beaners and towel-heads in their midst - along with defending the lovely heritage of civil war slavery.

And The Gadfly would wager a good portion of his hard-earned paycheck that just about every one of these adolescent, emotionally, spiritually, intellectually and socially challenged ass-clowns is a huge Trump groupie and view Drumpf as their white power savior who is going to Make America Great Again with his stupid fucking border wall, his declarations of drastically scaling back legal immigration and his Mooslim travel ban.

Let's hope all these angry, violence enamored young white boys (nothing in their behavior suggests they are worthy of being referred to as men) are equally as eager to volunteer to be in the first wave of ground troops in one of Drumpf's wars as they are to peddle their hatred and bigotry in the public square.



During a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va. on Saturday, former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke said the event is in line with President Trump’s “promises.”
“This represents a turning point for the people of this country. We are determined to take our country back,” Duke said. “We are going to fulfill the promises of Donald Trump. That’s what we believed in. That’s why we voted for Donald Trump, because he said he’s going to take our country back.”

The Gadfly rests his fucking case.


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