7 May, 2018

U.S. Marine Corps Investigates Alleged White Supremacist in its Ranks

Posted by Socrates in 'hate', 'hate' haters, Marine Corps, military, racism accusations, Socrates, white nationalism, White Nationalists at 1:41 pm | Permanent Link

If the Marine was a Black supremacist, no action would be taken. If he was a Mexican/Hispanic supremacist, no action would be taken. It’s only when someone is a “White supremacist” that it’s a bad thing that “needs to be investigated.” (Note that Congressman Ellison, who “urged” the Defense Department to investigate the Marine, is a Black Muslim).

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  7. 2 Responses to “U.S. Marine Corps Investigates Alleged White Supremacist in its Ranks”

    1. Luke Says:

      Allow me to state that, under normal circumstances, I am emphatically opposed to, and repulsed by, this relatively new fad whereby White humans – male and female – are letting the jew culture manipulators lure them into disgracing their bodies with horribly ugly and disgusting tattoos.

      However, I have come to the conclusion that I am willing to make one exception to this rule. For as long as we have our nation and it’s military under the control of blood thirsty, war mongering jews and their Israel toe sucking shabez goy politicians – I think it is a good idea for young white men and perhaps young white women, too – to get a small Confederate flag tattoo.

      With the emphasis on anti-White racism that seems to drive every area of our society, a tattoo like that could help disqualify a White man or woman in case the jews decide to reinstate the draft – because it would help them fail the physical.

    2. fd Says:

      Good observation in the comment above. The first battle flag tattoo I saw was in the offshore oilfields in the Gulf. CONFEDERACY was written under the flag.

      A girl had ARYAN WOMAN on the back of her neck. A navy recruiting officer told her it must be removed before signing up. The military defines an unacceptable tattoo as ‘out of uniform’. He’s like to see her out of uniform!

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