“Fourteen Words” from Trump in Poland

Following up on Betty’s earlier post… when you type “fourteen words” into Google, here’s the Wikipedia entry at the top of the responses:

Fourteen Words, or simply 14, is a reference to a white supremacist slogan: “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.”

Now, the original is from Palin’s official Twitter feed, but it’s not initialed, so presumably she didn’t write it herself. Quite possibly she doesn’t even know how piercing a white-supremacist dogwhistle that ‘fourteen words’ phrasing can be. But you’re not gonna convince me that the wanna-be supremacists (cough*Stephen Miller*cough*) who wrote that speech for Trump didn’t know how it would be interpreted — by “God Emperor Trump”‘s Reddit fans, if not the morans doing racetrack-tout journamalism for America’s Least Productive News Media…


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Social Notes Open Thread: Nazi Slapfight!

DC readers: You may want to stay away from the tourist areas this Sunday. Per the Washington Post, “‘Alt-right’ and ‘alt-lite’? Conservatives plan dueling conservative rallies Sunday in D.C.”

Dueling conservative rallies will be held Sunday in Washington after a split over the involvement of white nationalist Richard Spencer.

The “Freedom of Speech Rally” at the Lincoln Memorial originally included controversial conservative personalities and two people arrested this week after interrupting a production of “Julius Caesar” in New York.

But when some potential participants discovered that Spencer, known for his racial rhetoric, was on the bill, they withdrew and decided to hold a “Rally Against Political Violence” near the White House instead. Liberal protesters also plan to rally Sunday on the Mall to counter the conservative demonstrations.

The “Rally Against Political Violence” — headlined by Roger Stone, an adviser to President Trump during his campaign — is intended to condemn the attack on Republican congressmen during their June 14 baseball practice in Virginia and the “depictions of gruesome displays of brutality against sitting U.S. national leaders,” according to the event’s Facebook page. Stone didn’t respond to requests for comment.

Corey A. Stewart, a darling of the alt-right — a small, far-right movement that seeks a whites-only state — who narrowly lost in last week’s Virginia Republican gubernatorial primary, will also speak at the rally, his first major public appearance since his defeat. Stewart campaigned on unwavering loyalty to Trump, defending Virginia’s Confederate monuments and condemning what he called an “unhinged” left and the eventual GOP nominee Ed Gillespie, whom he blasted as a Washington insider and “cuckservative.”…
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“We’re not Nazis, We’re the Fucking Klan” – A One Act Play

It’s all about ethics in bigotry, bro.