Sunday, November 02, 2008

Surely, we're reaching a critical shortage of crazy...

This election must have used up all the crazy by now, right? Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the Chair of the American Nazi Party:
White people are faced with either a negro or a total nutter who happens to have a pale face. Personally I’d prefer the negro. National Socialists are not mindless haters. Here, I see a white man, who is almost dead, who declares he wants to fight endless wars around the globe to make the world safe for Judeo-capitalist exploitation, who supports the invasion of America by illegals--basically a continuation of the last eight years of Emperor Bush. Then, we have a black man, who loves his own kind, belongs to a Black-Nationalist religion, is married to a black women--when usually negroes who have 'made it' immediately land a white spouse as a kind of prize--that’s the kind of negro that I can respect. Any time that a prominent person embraces their racial heritage in a positive manner, it’s good for all racially minded folks.
UPDATE: Conversation with the fiancée:
Me: Okay, can I give you a quote from the American Nazi Party?

Vicki: Uh, okay...

[Get her up to speed...]

Vicki: Okay. I apparently walked out of our bathroom and in to bizarro world. I'm gonna go back in, turn the knob three times, and...

Me: Come back out in to a world where the American Nazi Party hasn't endorsed Barack Hussein Obama to be President of the United States of America?

Vicki: ...yeah.

4 comments:

Lord of Wealth said...

If you follow back to all the quotes from the original article it certainly gives you some insight into some of these groups and you find they are not totaly evil, surprisingly

Their desire for "racial purity" and segregation is no more or less despicable than the those paranoid calls to fight the Muslims over there before we have to fight them here. Nor is it any worse than the hate between many fundies and seculartists. It's not even as bad as many of the things Republican voters have been saying in this campaign.

Nazi or Republican, who would you expect to be better behaved?

Yep, I guessed wrong too.

The distrust of multinational corporations puts some of these groups closer to the beliefs of many progressives than progressives would want to admit.

The rational for supporting Obama is certainly interesting and something you'd not expect. You'd expect they would only care about racial issues for their own percieved benefit but they acknowledge that racial pride is important for all. The acknowledgement that an endless war in the middle east against not Christians is wrong, even the admission that McCain is batty is surprising.

I expect the quotes were not quite the complete and normal doctrine but still not as radical or hateful as I would have expected

I wish they'd asked for some imput on Palin from the Fringies or got a quote from Louis Farrakhan

Steve Muhlberger said...

I think there is a difference between a Nazi who joins a fringe group as a self-esteem booster, and one who does so with a real intention of killing as many "inferiors" as possible and reigning over the entire earth with an iron fist.

Can't really tell them apart unless you let them take power.

Did you think in 2001 that Republicans would do what they have done since? There ya are.

But it's simple prudence to judge these people provisionally on their self-chosen heroes.

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harmfulguy said...

You know the Republican brand has gone completely to hell when they can't even depend on the bigot vote.

Chet Scoville said...

Whoa. The train has arrived at Crazytown.