What could possibly go wrong?
The Nazi Party of America has released a statement in support of Occupy Wall Street:
Many racialists are unsure about, and even against, these Occupy Wall Street protests all around the country. It has been pointed out to me that many protesters are non-white and/or “communists.” Well my answer to that is: “WHO CARES?!” They are against the same evil, corrupted, degenerate capitalist elitists that WE are against! Instead of screaming, “6 million more!” The pro-white movementites should be JOINING this Occupy movement and supporting it!
Seriously people, just WHO is our enemy? The unemployed left-wing 25-year-old holding up a sign, OR the judeo-capitalist banksters who swindled the American taxpayers out of A TRILLION dollars in the “bailout” scam AND continue to oppress the White Working Class?!? Even Adolf Hitler’s NSDAP had to vote with open communists on some issues to achieve their goals. WE need to utilize and support every movement of dissent against this evil American empire, regardless of which end of the political spectrum it originates from.
So, the American Nazi Party isn't calling for accountability, it has instead declared "judeo-capitalist banksters who swindled the American taxpayers out of a triliion dollars in the "bailout" scam and continue to opporess the White Working Class" as enemies.
Meanwhile over in Rome, Occupy Wall Street participants are being called anarchists and "urban guerrillas" by Italian officials, as they should be:
Italian police conducted raids Monday throughout the country against suspected anarchists and their sympathizers following riots in Rome that marred a march against Wall Street greed, a top security official said.
Interior Ministry Undersecretary Alfredo Mantovano told Sky TG24 TV that the crackdown targeted far-left suspects. He gave no details because the operation, which included house searches, was still being carried out.
Italian news reports said police raided homes and youth centers where extremists are known to hang out in cities including Florence, Palermo and Ancona. Six people were detained, along with the seizure of gas masks, ski masks and other gear used by rioters as protection from tear gas and to hide their faces, the ANSA news agency reported.
Mantovano dismissed criticism that police weren’t tough enough against the several hundred rioters Saturday. Rioters used clubs and sledgehammers to smash bank ATMs and store windows, torch police and private vehicles and hurl cobblestones and chunks of sidewalk they had ripped out. Police battled back with tear gas, water cannon and batons.
Politicians from both the opposition and Premier Silvio Berlusconi’s coalition called for a get-tough campaign against so-called “urban guerrillas.”
“There was tried and true urban terrorism,” Francesco Giro, a Culture Ministry undersecretary said, surveying damage near Rome’s St. John Lateran Basilica.
“We need to apply anti-terrorism laws,” ANSA quoted Giro as saying in a call for authorities to launch preventive crackdowns on anarchists and insurrectionists.
Keep supporting this, Obama. I'm sure when Occupy Wall Street turns into a full on European style riot in multiple U.S. cities, your support for the movement will really help your chances for re-election.
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