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    Quote Originally Posted by WILDJOKER5 View Post
    Is this the left's projection on to the right for what the left is doing with embracing BLM and the NBPs so they make up the right's boogie man of racism that isn't to be seen?
    It's the new catch-all phrase being used to describe anyone who doesn't roll over for the progressive agenda. Screaming "racist" wasn't working anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WILDJOKER5 View Post
    Can someone show me this "alt-right" thing people keep putting up there? Is this the left's projection on to the right for what the left is doing with embracing BLM and the NBPs so they make up the right's boogie man of racism that isn't to be seen?
    "Alt-right" is generally referring to a segment of alternative to mainstream conservatism that has grown in popularity / size / significance. Many are linking the alt-right to Donald Trump. A fairly prolific writer often associated with the Alt-Right is Jared Taylor.

    Also, "Alt-Left" is referring to a brand of progressivism that some view as regressive on some fronts (more divisive racial themes vice integrated).

    Both the Alt-Right and Alt Left tend to ignore factual data that does not support their ideology, both resort to overt generalization of the issues and opponents to fit a narrative.
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    The Alt-Right is a fringe political group who spouts racism and xenophobia under the guise of being "non-PC".

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    Are the US Dietary Guidelines on Milk RACIST?

    http://www.motherjones.com/environme...bout-milk-nuts


    Why does a Cow's Milk gotta come out WHITE??!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandsjames View Post
    If you aren't familiar with the "alt-right" you are probably part of it. Pretty much just a slightly more "extreme" tea party, IMO.
    Oh, are they the ones rioting and looting and calling for dead cops?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mjölnir View Post
    "Alt-right" is generally referring to a segment of alternative to mainstream conservatism that has grown in popularity / size / significance. Many are linking the alt-right to Donald Trump. A fairly prolific writer often associated with the Alt-Right is Jared Taylor.

    Also, "Alt-Left" is referring to a brand of progressivism that some view as regressive on some fronts (more divisive racial themes vice integrated).

    Both the Alt-Right and Alt Left tend to ignore factual data that does not support their ideology, both resort to overt generalization of the issues and opponents to fit a narrative.
    So, "alt-left" is just and democrat or liberal and someone trying to say there is some sort of "moderate" democrat out there which isn't racial flame baiting or socialist/communist?

    And the "alt-right" is the boogie man that no one can actually point to and say "here he is". I mean, even calling Trump "alt-right" is based off sheer lies about what hes said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandsjames View Post
    The Alt-Right is a fringe political group who spouts racism and xenophobia under the guise of being "non-PC".
    So you can point to something specific they have said that was racist or xenophobic right? If Trump is their leader, I am sure he's said at least one thing right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WILDJOKER5 View Post
    So you can point to something specific they have said that was racist or xenophobic right?

    If Trump is their leader, I am sure he's said at least one thing right?
    I could list several things (bans/walls/rapists/American born judges) but you (his supporters) will justify them as not being racist/xenophobic comments so the argument will go nowhere, as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WILDJOKER5 View Post
    Oh, are they the ones rioting and looting and calling for dead cops?
    Ummm...no...they aren't. Did I say they were? You do realize that there are extremes on both sides, right? Of course you do...you're not an idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandsjames View Post
    I could list several things (bans/walls/rapists/American born judges) but you (his supporters) will justify them as not being racist/xenophobic comments so the argument will go nowhere, as usual.
    No, you can list projections. I am not a supporter of Trump, I am actually very outspoken against him. I hate Trump, but I hate the left even more. I wont vote for Trump. I am objectionable on this.

    Maybe it was him calling the latino voters "taco bowls" that was racist right, I give you that one.

    Or maybe making fun of "LaQueenia" as a black ladies name.
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