Sunday, 22 January 2017

Is it OK to punch Nazis?



“Only one thing could have stopped us – if our adversaries had understood its principle and from the first day smashed with the utmost brutality the nucleus of our new movement.” – Adolf Hitler

"Punching Nazi's" has been trending across social media, here's a little disclaimer from me, it really is a tried and tested method, a simple act of resistance that has been proven to work  let's continue it until a whole generation has learnt it's the thing to do. Punch Nazi's and organise!
There should be no tolerance for intolerance. Those who preach racial hatred and instigate racism, from Hitler, Mussolini  to white nationalist Richard Spenser above ( who is well known for his promotion of white supremacist views, at the time of the incident in video, Mr. Spencer was explaining the meaning of Pepe the Frog, a cartoon figure adopted as a mascot by the alt-right, a racist, far-right fringe movement that is anti-immigrant, anti-Semitic and anti-feminist. ) deserve all that's coming to them.
Remember there is nothing civil about fascists in the first place.We must be ready to meet their intimidation with greater intimidation.Mr. Spencer said he was worried about being attacked again.“I don’t think I could go out to an inauguration event without bodyguards or a protest or a conference,” he said. “I am more worried about going out to dinner on an average Tuesday because these kind of people are roaming around.”On Periscope, Mr. Spencer also expressed concern about the spread of the footage of the attack online.“I’m afraid this is going to become the meme to end all memes,” he said. “That I’m going to hate watching this.” So from the horses mouth, punching a nazi works. And if you fail to get your message across you need to punch harder.


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