You know, a number of NAZIs, after the war, regretted taking over Germany and turning into the Third Reich. I wonder if you will be capable of such introspection after all your efforts to turn this country into a fascist hell hole.We have already seen your radical twisting of the language to justify your preconceived conclusions. The fact is that the woman suffrage fight had its roots in the Socialist and Progressive movements.
And the thread shows quite clearly that I was saying just the opposite.
So, *resisting* strong central government the same way leftists in Hitler’s time might have attacked Gestapo offices or concentration camps. Not at all the same as the fascists’ pro-Establishment vigilantism.
Quite unlike the fascists who, as your link noted, attacked unions in order to undermine left-wing politics.
How can that be if they are “Democrat strongholds”? If you are talking about groups like Antifa, they are violently opposed to the Democratic Party.
Again, if you are talking about Antifa, they are a tiny fringe whose tactics are similar to the fascists’ and who pose the danger of facilitating the formation of a fascist nucleus, but that is distinguished from fascists by their leftist and anti-Establishment program.
I have unequivocally condemned their attacks on those who disagree with them and political thuggery in general, and have a decidedly negative view of them. You have lied about my position on factional violence many times and never been able to support your lie with links.
So why did so many neo-Nazis support Trump or Johnson in 2016, and why did so many show up to the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville?