The Real Neo-Nazis

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Michael Hoffman — Revisionist Review March 6, 2018

In America these days there is an Orwellian campaign underway to pressure social media to censor and ban the political rivals of Left-wing and Zionist organizations such as the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith (ADL). Those who compete with these groups for the hearts and minds of Americans are often demonized as “neo-Nazis” and “white supremacists.”

The obscene hypocrisy of these liberal-Left thought police regarding children is nauseating. They insist that unless we submit to their unconstitutional gun-grab and disarm law-abiding Americans, we are guilty of the killing of innocent school children.

Furthermore, they accuse anyone who is the least concerned about the legitimate survival and civil rights of whites in the nation their forefathers founded by the grace of God, as being “neo-Nazi.”

Washington Post March 5

But what could be more “Nazi” than exterminating the disabled? According to the Washington Post (March 5 online) and Britain’s BBC News (“A World Without Down Syndrome,” September 29, 2016), 90% of Down Syndrome babies are aborted in Britain. The Copenhagen Post of July 22 reported that nearly 100% of such babies are killed before birth in Denmark. The BBC reports that the same is true for Iceland.

In the U.S. this Nazi trend is gaining traction with the increasing availability of a simple, relatively new blood test that screens for Trisomy 21—the chromosome that leads to the condition, revealing to a pregnant mother that her unborn infant has the Syndrome.

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BBC News, September 29, 2016

By their apathy and complacency, the liberal-Left is complicit in the extermination of Down Syndrome humans. The eerie similarity to Nazism troubles them not all. Their silence is deafening. When it comes to the murder of unborn human beings it is not difficult to see that their anti-Nazi stance is a politically-motivated, hypocritical farce.

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