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Did you know a neo-Nazi is trying to get Ryan's job in WI ?

https://twitter.com/pnehlen/status/958404521952194561

Ok, in all fairness, he's not wearing "official" neo-Nazi regalia or singing the Horst-Wessel-Lied or have the other stereotypical trappings of neo-Nazis, either in Europe or in the USA. He has not identified as one.

He is identifying as "constitutional conservative" Republican.

If you seriously think this guy is NOT a neo-Nazi, speak up please. I want to hear your opinion. I am convinced he is, despite his camouflage. I feel no pity or sympathy for Ryan, but a GODDAMN NEO-NAZI ? No, just no.


ETA: Feast your eyes https://news.google.com/news/search/section/q/"Paul%20Nehlen"/"Paul%20Nehlen"?hl=en&gl=US&ned=us

JEWISH GROUP: Overton Window in action, neo-Nazi Paul Nehlen running for Ryan's seat

THIS IS THE JEWISH GROUP. Respect it or leave quietly, please.

https://twitter.com/pnehlen

He's trying to get Ryan's seat in WI, and he's a "constitutional conservative". That must be the new code passed out by the neo-Nazis.

Here's proof of his neo-nazism:

https://twitter.com/pnehlen/status/958404521952194561

So on DU, a big yawn seems to be the overall response. Some do care, in fairness.

This asshole should not be on Twitter, much less running for office!

Overton Window definition: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overton_window


An illustration of the Overton Window, along with Treviño's degrees of acceptance.
The Overton window, also known as the window of discourse, is the range of ideas tolerated in public discourse. The term is derived from its originator, Joseph P. Overton, a former vice president of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, who in his description of his window claimed that an idea's political viability depends mainly on whether it falls within the window, rather than on politicians' individual preferences.[1][2] According to Overton's description, his window includes a range of policies considered politically acceptable in the current climate of public opinion, which a politician can recommend without being considered too extreme to gain or keep public office.


this is your place...so....

do you really care that your copyright rules get violated on a pretty regular basis ? I try to say what I can. Maybe you need to put out a stern but polite notice that YES, that portion of the TOS is not just words.

Just trying to help.

Just curious, how many are having trouble viewing embedded tweets in posts?

I know on my phone on a few browsers, I've had this issue. On my desktop, never.

"As if Trump didn't have enough troubles...photo of him with two prostitutes"

https://twitter.com/Brasilmagic/status/958430009311617025


As if Trump didn't have enough troubles, now a photo of him with two prostitutes has emerged.


The pic has him in the middle between Lying Ryan and Lying McConnell.

Nancy Pelosi is all of us. #SOTU

https://twitter.com/goldengateblond/status/958524863488000000




She's restraining herself from jumping up and yelling YOU BIG RACIST LYING PIECE OF SHIT!

JEWISH GROUP: Yes, Donald Trump IS an anti-Semite

Since the Jewish Group has the same sort of "accidental people" the MHSG does, I'll say it here:

YOU ARE IN THE JEWISH GROUP. PLEASE RESPECT!

https://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.premium-yes-donald-trump-is-an-anti-semite-1.5437419


Feb 19, 2017 Bradley Burston




If you're Jewish and you're still a Trump person after this week, you can stop reading this right now. It's not for you.

After this week, there are only two kinds of American Jews left. There's the denomination called Trump Jews, and there's the rest of us.

No more. Now we know. That Thursday news conference stripped things down to where everyone could see it: Donald Trump IS an anti-Semite.

It's time for people like me to just come out with it – particularly those of us who are American Jews who work in the media, those of us who've honestly been trying hard to be as kind and careful and and nuanced as we could.

Yes, Donald Trump IS an anti-Semite

https://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.premium-yes-donald-trump-is-an-anti-semite-1.5437419

Feb 19, 2017 Bradley Burston

If you're Jewish and you're still a Trump person after this week, you can stop reading this right now. It's not for you.

After this week, there are only two kinds of American Jews left. There's the denomination called Trump Jews, and there's the rest of us.

No more. Now we know. That Thursday news conference stripped things down to where everyone could see it: Donald Trump IS an anti-Semite.

It's time for people like me to just come out with it – particularly those of us who are American Jews who work in the media, those of us who've honestly been trying hard to be as kind and careful and and nuanced as we could.




Nehlen, primary challenger of RYAN: An antisemite maybe ? Hm ?

Republican @pnehlen who’s challenging Paul Ryan for his Congressional seat just posted a list of Twitter users who have spoken out against him. He then listed next to each one whether they are Jewish or not.

Paul Nehlen PLEASE add me to the list

Bigots don't belong in Congress


https://twitter.com/krassenstein/status/958439677547163653

Overton window anyone ? Going further and further to the NAZI right? Oh that's right, it's WAY too soon to say anything!


Deutschland: "Taking the gruffness and staring too personally" (is a mistake for Americans)

Is this true or some concocted BS? I damn sure don't want to get into any unnecessary brouhahas when I visit Berlin next month.

https://www.eurocheapo.com/blog/berlin-avoid-7-first-time-tourist-mistakes-visiting.html

Taking the gruffness and staring too personally

Berliners pride themselves on being direct and never beating around the bush. Unfortunately, this “directness” can sometimes seem more like aggressive rudeness: It’s not uncommon to see a grandma yelling at someone for riding a bicycle on the sidewalk or two strangers cussing each other out so strongly it would get them seriously beat up in many other parts of the world.

But true Berliners are an outspoken, thick-skinned bunch. They don’t mean such things personally and also don’t take them personally. If you run into such a Berliner Schnauze on your trip, it’s best to keep your cool and maybe give them a little bit of attitude back. A sarcastic comment goes a long way, and they’ll respect you more for it.

Eye contact is also more socially acceptable than it is in the US, so don’t be unnerved if you find people staring at you. Maybe they’re admiring your shirt, wondering where you got that ham sandwich or are simply bored and you just happen to be sitting across from them. Either way, it’s unlikely they’re judging you or think you’re the hottest thing around. It’s just normal to stare, so feel free to stare back.
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