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Do Nazis (actual Nazis, as in the sort who think highly of Adolf Hitler and preach racial segregation) support Donald Trump? And if so, why?

Interestingly, it has already been briefed to the media that they won't be building a wall on the Mexican border, and that Trump's proposed "deportation force" will not exist. Trump said during the campaign he would deport all 12 million illegal aliens in America, but after the election he said it will be more like 2 million to 3 million. Which begs the question, given President Obama deported 2.5 million how exactly is this different?

Finally, now that the Trumpite right is the establishment, what will they have to complain about? I suppose they'll find some way to whine and cry and depict themselves as victims (they always seem to be offended by something, whether it's feminists or "SJWs" or Mexicans... the poor, delicate flowers), but one imagines that they prefer being the opposition. Being the underdog, being the martyr, seems to suit their obsession with victimhood better.

A few years from now you won't be able to find anyone who will admit to having supported Trump
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Do Nazis (actual Nazis, as in the sort who think highly of Adolf Hitler and preach racial segregation) support Donald Trump? And if so, why?

Interestingly, it has already been briefed to the media that they won't be building a wall on the Mexican border, and that Trump's proposed "deportation force" will not exist. Trump said during the campaign he would deport all 12 million illegal aliens in America, but after the election he said it will be more like 2 million to 3 million. Which begs the question, given President Obama deported 2.5 million how exactly is this different?

Finally, now that the Trumpite right is the establishment, what will they have to complain about? I suppose they'll find some way to whine and cry and depict themselves as victims (they always seem to be offended by something, whether it's feminists or "SJWs" or Mexicans... the poor, delicate flowers), but one imagines that they prefer being the opposition. Being the underdog, being the martyr, seems to suit their obsession with victimhood better.

A few years from now you won't be able to find anyone who will admit to having supported Trump
Its like asking is the pope catholic?
Yes I'm sure Trump has a big Nazi following. Farrage is one of his supporters so that's a pretty good indicator of who his followers are!
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There has been so such thing as a Nazi since 1945, claiming to be a Nazi is like claiming to be in the Illuminati, you might dress up or revere esoteric symbols, but it's basically live-action-roleplay.
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AlexanderHam, you've got a crush on Trump, haven't you? You make way too many threads about him. He's clearly your passion, your obsession.

I mean, I wouldn't blame you. God Emperor Trump is stunning and perfect. But dude, get over it. You're a nobody. He's never gonna notice you. And if you hold a boombox above your head outside his White House bedroom window, the Secret Service is just gonna shoot you.
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Nazi's were defeated in the 40's you know
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(Original post by l'etranger)
There has been so such thing as a Nazi since 1945, claiming to be a Nazi is like claiming to be in the Illuminati, you might dress up or revere esoteric symbols, but it's basically live-action-roleplay.
I'm assuming they mean neo-nazis
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Are you a Jew by any chance? because your people are known for instigating and causing trouble.


Look at the way your groups have smeared Jeremy Corbyn and now your people are doing the same to Donald Trump, but for other reasons.
lol we've found a nazi
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Nazis supporting Trump isn't necessarily as bad as you imply. Your implying Nazis supporting Trump is an *inherently* bad thing. This is what is known as playing the Nazi card. Your using invalid syllogism to put Trump down even if Nazis did support Trump.

Another thing, the people supporting Trump did not know whether or not he planned to deport 3 million (claimed after election) to around 12 million (claimed before). We can judge politicians critically and it is always likely they will lie but you can assume they will lie for sure. Claiming they made the wrong decision in hindsight is unfair on them. They made their choice at the time with the information they had, whether or not it was the 'right' decision remains to be seen.
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The KKK are for him, as are most White Supremacist organisations in the US. That's about as close as you can get to saying Nazis support him without actually digging up and reanimating the corpses of NSDAP leaders and asking their opinions.
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Its like asking is the pope catholic?
Yes I'm sure Trump has a big Nazi following. Farrage is one of his supporters so that's a pretty good indicator of who his followers are!
Nigel Farage that famous nazi ....

Regardless, yes Nazi's probably do support trump, however leaders of countries that execute homosexuals also supported Clinton so I'm not sure in and of itself what point you're trying to make. Bad people supported BOTH candidates.
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Possibly; on the bright side though, they aren't just supporting the Labour Party, they are representing it. There's a former head of a Neo-Nazi (National Socialist German Workers Party) movement working as a Labour councillor. There are also number of ex-BNP members operating as standing Labour councillors. Let's also not forget Labour's huge anti-Semitism problem; I wonder where that stems from?

Then again, what else would we expect from fascists? The fascists did support 'gender equality', the destruction of laissez-faire capitalism and liberal individualism, the green movement, the minimum wage, abolishing the upper-chamber and lowering the voting age. How very 'right-wing.'
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The KKK are for him, as are most White Supremacist organisations in the US. That's about as close as you can get to saying Nazis support him without actually digging up and reanimating the corpses of NSDAP leaders and asking their opinions.
The KKK which was founded by the Democrats? That KKK? Here's a video of David Duke stating he does not endorse Trump.

Here, as an aside, is a video of white Democrats beating up a black homeless woman for voting Trump.

Here's some more lovely liberal antics:

Liberals beat up man for voting Trump (video).

Guardian journalist calls for the assassination of Trump.

Black lives matter protester: ‘it’s open season on killing white people and crackers. The black lives movement wasn’t enough.’

Black lives matter protesters chase down and beat-up Trump supporter. Alternatively, here’s a much longer video from the victim’s perspective.

Anti-Trump protesters corner a female Trump supporter and throw eggs at her.

Trump supporter smacked in the head, and left bleeding, after leaving a Trump rally.

Anti-Trump protesters: ‘Die whites die.’

Texas Tech Black Student’s Association: ‘all lives don’t matter, white lives don’t matter, blues lives don’t matter, #blacklivesmatter.’

Two girls claim they were attacked after leaving a restaurant by black lives matter protesters. They claim this attack was racially motivated, ie, because they were white.

Another Trump supporter beaten up after leaving a rally.

Anti-Trump protesters rip up flags.

Black lives matter protester: ‘white media get to the back; black media come to the front.’ Here’s an article about this protest. It included protesters holding placards stating ‘Blue lives ain’t real’ and ‘this is an anti-police protest.’

Liberals steal Trump signs from people’s gardens.

Black lives matter protesters attack innocent bystanders.

Liberal protester tries to shoot Trump.
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Are you a Jew by any chance? because your people are known for instigating and causing trouble.
You sound like a nice person... Idiot
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They might think hes not extreme enough. It's the same way in which Nazis might prefer Farage over May or Corbin.
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Considering the AfD are the modern-day version of the Nazis (though it's much like the situation with UKIP - they're just as racist as the BNP but they're a 'racist-light' version for people trying to pretend they're actually very accepting and just hate immigration), I wouldn't be surprised if they did.

And for actual neo-nazis; would they support someone who based his entire campaign (and will the same for his presidency) around hating a certain group of people and trying to make his country 'great again' with less foreign influence... you tell me. It's very hitleresque.
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If a Nazi supported Hilary would that make Hilary a Nazi?

If a Nazi supported cleaner energy for society would clean energy projects be a Nazi plot and worth scrapping?

Whether or not any particular would be Nazi supports Trump is inconsequential, you have yet to go from;

A Nazi supports Trump > Trump is therefore a Nazi

Basic reason and logic skills, you need em.
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The question shouldn't be who supports trump but who does trump support

We know Hillary actually had ties to the kkk but trump is the one who people complained about the kkk endorsing.
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The question shouldn't be who supports trump but who does trump support

We know Hillary actually had ties to the kkk but trump is the one who people complained about the kkk endorsing.
True. I'm very concerned with his appointment of a white supremacist though.
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Fascism, for lack of a better word for nationalistic authoritarianism, did not die in a Berlin bunker 1945. It bounced around as military juntas and dictatorships in the developing world for a few decades but was largely marginalized to the extreme fringes in the politics of the developed world.

It was no longer considered acceptable in polite society to mention things like racial supremacy and ethnic cleansing without being chased out the door but its sentiments were still there, in the dank dimly lit corners biding its time.

It has returned.

Fascism will sweep the world. White supremacists are celebrating harder than a Bronco’s fan did this year on Feb 8th.

Vladimir Putin saw the writing on the wall years ago and manipulated this force to his will. Rodrigo Duterte, Nigel Farage, Marine Le Pen and Donald Trump are the leaders of the 21st century’s version of fascism.

Gone are the military regalia fetishisms. That was just too crude for today’s cynical internet generation. Now are the flashy business suits and the billionaire populism.

Donald Trump is a small man in a big chair.

He now wields more power than anyone is the history of humanity.

He has the power of global surveillance and swarms of drones ready to rain down death from a clear blue sky. He has the power of the NSA, CIA and FBI. Military conquests are not as profitable as they once were so there is hope that World War III will not kick off, just yet.

I hope.
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It was no longer considered acceptable in polite society to mention things like racial supremacy and ethnic cleansing without being chased out the door but its sentiments were still there, in the dank dimly lit corners biding its time.
Excellent comment dude. And yes, Trump's rise to power is a regression; even right-wing bigots who were in the GOP would generally not express their hatred publicly, they would find some other angle of attack or a bogus issue that allows them to come at it from another angle.

With the recent presidential election, it seems to have become okay to be a bigot again.

Though it is worth remembering, Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by 2 million. She beat Trump in actual votes by more than the number Nixon (who won the election) beat Hubert Humphrey by in 1968. These people don't have a mandate.

And frankly, Trump wasn't elected as an alt-right candidate; most of the people who voted for him don't know what the alt-right is and wouldn't support it if they did. His election wasn't a mass expression of support for those views.

But when he loses in four years, he will be defeated as an alt-right president. The fact these people are coming out in the open will just make the progressive backlash even stronger when it comes. The cycle wasn't ready for the GOP to come back into power, and so the fact they did so early means the backlash against them when the pendulum swings back is going to be harsh and devastating for the Republicans.

In 2008 it was hard to find anyone who admitted to still supporting the President George W Bush. But Trump makes George Bush look sane by comparison. The next four years will be the opportunity for those 60 million Trump voters to get exactly what they asked for.
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