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Thread: A message to my anti-Trump comrades.

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    For that matter, you're basically wrong about Trump's deportation schemes. It isn't going to be a new programme; he'll simply build on the "success" of the Obama Administration in this area.


    https://www.jacobinmag.com/2016/11/i...obama-clinton/

    The centerpiece of Obama’s deportation efforts, and the best window into the Democrats’ lurch toward the right on immigration, was the Secure Communities program, initiated under Bush in October 2008.

    Secure Communities gave the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) access to an FBI database of fingerprints entered by local law enforcement after an arrest. As a result, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) received a flood of positive identifications on deportable immigrants.

    ICE then issued a cascade of “detainers,” asking that immigrants be held for forty-eight hours past their release time — or far longer, given that detainers blocked people from getting released on bail — for pickup and, ultimately, deportation proceedings. By 2013, according to testimony from a Migration Policy Institute analyst before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Secure Communities was responsible for a majority of all deportations.

    Secure Communities initially received little media attention even as grassroots immigrant rights groups saw people in their communities being deported and began to mobilize against it. In November 2009, when DHS announced that Secure Communities had “identified more than 111,000 criminal aliens in local custody during its first year,” the program was still little known.
    Fat lot of good it'll do the fucking retards expecting a massive wave of hiring in the agricultural sector to follow an intensified deportation wave, because AUTOMATION LOL.



    "Oh, you thought you were going to get those $2/hr jobs picking strawberries? LOLNOPE."

    And why is this relevant, you ask? Because, under the system of imported agricultural labor, those workers, however exploited, at least got something. Even from a narrow, nationalist perspective, at least some of their wages were recycled back into the American economy, and what wasn't went to materially improve their native countries. Now the capitalists are going to make all the profit, once mechanization expenses are defrayed.

    Fucking. Idiots.
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    To revenge the misdeeds of the ruling class, there existed in the middle ages, in Germany, a secret tribunal, called the “Vehmgericht.” If a red cross was seen marked on a house, people knew that its owner was doomed by the “Vehm.”

    All the houses of Europe are now marked with the mysterious red cross.

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    The man is a psycho talking about using nuclear weapons ... People make the comparison with Hitler and I see it, he even used Hitler's slogans during his campaign - http://www.dunkthebiscuit.com/wtf/donald-trump

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    Starbuxists. And actually, that is mostly false. And I can't believe that some of our more based pundits ran with that. It all started based of of this from "The Plantain" Which is a satirical website.



    "Make America Great Again" was more of Ronald Reagan's running slogan whereas "Make Germany Great Again" wasn't entirely. Hitler's as in he didn't run on that slogan, though he did use it on occasion. Not to mention that the only person who has made this claim was his ex wife Ivana. He probably does own some Nazi literature as lot of people actually do, or relics/Nazi inspired works of literature/entertainment far removed but still inspired by the Third Reich such as Disney Movies for one example. - lol - But whether or not he is actually using it as his manifesto is debatable. Not to say that it isn't, but people were literally calling Obama the "Antichrist" simply because he was "a great orator" and apparently that's one of the hallmark traits, b.lah, blah, blah ...
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