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Topic - My fear when Mr. Trump takes the Oath of Office...
Posted: November 21 2016 at 12:34pm By CRS, DrPH
Originally posted by Technophobe Technophobe wrote:

All joking aside, that is both terrifying and deeply sad.  I had thought the mistakes Germany and her people made in the thirties, and for which they collectively felt a crushingly deep sorrow and guilt, had educated the whole world about the evils of such things.  I believed the few neo-nazis to be a tiny group of power-less/hungry nutcases.

Now, it transpires, I was not just wrong, but spectacularly so.  It appears that 50% of the greatest, freest, most egalitarian union on the face of the planet has joined them before the wounds from one small nation have healed.

Not only are those who do not learn the lessons of history forced to repeat them, but they can drag the whole class along with them.  'AND ONCE WAS MORE THAN ENOUGH!!!

I could say I am sickened, or saddened, or angry, or scared, but none of those adjectives seem strong enough.  I am speechless.

Thank you for your perspective from the UK!  Here's yet another one, this one with some very bizarre photos & tweets if you follow the links:


Like you, I thought this was a fringe of older, angry white men....the youth of this movement is most startling.