Tag Archives: white supremacy

Manifesto, A Poem

Some people believe so strongly in the ideologies they were either raised with, or found in some other way but they believe so strongly that they’re willing to lay down their life for their ideology even if they can start to … Continue reading

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A few bad apples

The people who say, “There’s just a few bad apples” refuse to look at  the roots of the trees, refuse  to believe the soil tests refuse to believe  that those apples aren’t rotten, refuse to believe  that all the apples  … Continue reading

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Protecting Mosques

Using American tax dollars  to provide security  to protect mosques in America  will not be  nearly as effective  at protecting mosques  as not using American tax dollars  to provide bombs  to blow up mosques around the world  would be.

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