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Newsgroups: alt.revisionism,alt.politics.nationalism.white,sci.skeptic Subject: Pat Buchanan, Nazi apologist (was Re: Kenny McVay the Hypocrite Date: Wed, 03 Nov 1999 20:32:50 -0600 Organization: MindSpring Enterprises Lines: 141 Message-ID: <3820F052.A83F9D44@stopNazi.spam.mindspring.com> References: <381899C0.6A7EA2C3@usaor.net> <email@example.com> <3818B6DF.2A0A8192@usaor.net> <3818FF3D.252FE1C8@erols.com> <3819509D.73E4140A@usaor.net> <3819F104.17DC3AD1@usaor.net> <3819F5E0.13B1069B@stopNazi.spam.mindspring.com> <381A00AC.584D4DBA@usaor.net> <381A59FD.37BFE9A0@usaor.net> <381B29E8.A14F89C3@usaor.net> <381BA6C9.52ECA672@usaor.net> <381D10F0.F0422BE6@mindspring.com> <381DC60F.803317C6@usaor.net> <381E6E1A.671FBEC0@mindspring.com> <381F435F.C1AA41B9@usaor.net> <381F83B3.AA5AB9C6@mindspring.com> <3820BE56.771C64B8@usaor.net> NNTP-Posting-Host: c7.ae.a8.e2 Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable X-Server-Date: 4 Nov 1999 02:34:06 GMT X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.61 [en] (Win98; I) X-Accept-Language: en Xref: hub.org alt.revisionism:692123 alt.politics.nationalism.white:447001 sci.skeptic:380800 ipm [William P. Scott, the Nazi] wrote: = > Well, when I use the term "nigger" I mean irresponsible, criminal, or >= anti-White Blacks. = No. When you use that term, it means you are a hate-mongering Nazi bastard. = > > > Marxism is a Jewish ideology. It was created by a Jew and = > > > promoted by Jews. > > Karl Marx was not a Jew. He renounced Judaism and was an = > > antisemite. One cannot disavow Judaism and be a Jew! > Oh yes you can. there are many atheistic Jews running around. Karl Marx was an atheistic Christian, not an atheistic Jew. He was Baptized when he was 6 years old. He hated Jews nearly as much as you do, you lying Nazi bastard. > I don't believe Buchanan is anti-Semitic. Its well know that he has > many Jewish friends and even some of his closest advisors are Jews. Ah, yes, the cherished line of the racist: "Some of my best friends are..." Here is just a small sampling of Buchanan's racist, fascist, and anti-Semitic comments and actions: Buchanan has publicly criticized Harvard University for having too high a percentage of students who are Jewish. Buchanan referred to Capitol Hill as "Israeli-occupied territory." During the Gulf Crisis, Buchanan argued against fighting Sadam Hussein. "There are only two groups that are beating the drums for war in the Middle East -- the Israeli defense ministry and its 'amen corner' in the United States." That was a clear lie meant solely to stir up hatred against Jews. In one of his newspaper columns sympathetic to Nazi and ex-Klansman David Duke, Buchanan scolded the Republican Party for overreacting to Duke and his Nazi "costume": "Take a hard look at Duke's portfolio of winning issues and expropriate those not in conflict with GOP principles, [such as] reverse discrimination against white folks." In a 1977 column in The Guardian, Buchanan wrote that Hitler was "an individual of great courage, a soldier's soldier in the Great War" and "a leader steeped in the history of Europe." He praised Hitler=92s "extraordinary gifts" and "genus." In his writings, Buchanan =92has challenged the fact that thousands of Jews were gassed to death at Treblinka. These Holocaust revisionist screeds have been republished in Neo-Nazi publications. Buchanan called for closing the U.S. Justice Department's Office of Special Investigations, which prosecuted Nazi war criminals. And he has protested against the deportation of Nazi war criminals who illegally entered the US. Buchanan was the one who urged President Reagan to honor SS troops buried in the Bitburg cemetery. He is credited with writing the speech in which Reagan described SS murderers as "victims just as surely as the victims in the concentration camps." Shortly before Buchanan announced his candidacy for president in 1995: he boasted, "You just wait until 1996, then you'll see a real right-wing tyrant." Echoes of Hitler=92s Brown Shirts: At his presidential campaign rally in New Hampshire in 1995, Buchanan=92s aids beat, kicked, and threw three rabbinical student protesters down stairs. The police had to threaten Buchanan=92s campaign director with arrest to get him to call off Buchanan=92s goons. Buchanan stood there and did nothing to stop the beating. Buchanan has often spoken out in favor of fascism and fascist dictators. In a January, 1991 column, Buchanan suggested that "quasi-dictatorial rule" might be the solution to the problems of big municipalities and the federal fiscal crisis: "If the people are corrupt, the more democracy, the worse the government." In his autobiography, he calls Spanish dictator and Hitler ally Francisco Franco a "Catholic savior." He called both Franco and Chile's Gen. Pinochet (who is now fighting deportation to Spain where he would stand trial for torture and murder) "soldier-patriots." = Sounding too much like a member of the KKK, Buchanan argues that the US Civil War was not fought overly slavery. "The War Between the States was about independence, about self-determination, about the right of a people to break free of a government to which they could no longer give allegiance." Contrary to the US Supreme Court ruling that the racist policy of "separate but equal" was inherently unequal, Buchanan seems to think otherwise. Back in the late 1940s and early 1950s, he argues in his autobiography, "There were no politics to polarize us then, to magnify every slight. The 'negroes' of Washington had their public schools, restaurants, bars, movie houses, playgrounds and churches; and we had ours." Buchanan has opposed virtually every civil rights law and court decision in the past 30 years. He published libelous FBI-fed smears of Martin Luther King ,Jr., as his own editorials in the St. Louis Globe Democrat in the mid-1960s. As advisor to Nixon, Buchanan warned the President not to visit Martin Luther King=92s widow on the first anniversary of the civil rights leader=92s assassination. Buchanan told Nixon that people consider Dr. King "the Devil incarnate. Dr. King is one of the most divisive men in contemporary history." Buchanan was an admirer and defender of South Africa apartheid. He denounced the US support of United Nations sanctions against the South African apartheid government.. In a 1977 column in New Republic, Buchanan urged a "thrashing" of gay groups. He wrote: "Homosexuality is not a civil right. Its rise almost always is accompanied, as in the Weimar Republic, with a decay of society and a collapse of its basic cinder block, the family." = (Thanks to FAIR's magazine, EXTRA! for much of this information.) -- Andrew Skolnick
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