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Right Wing Terrorism In America - The Far Right Must Be Permanently Eradicated
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Jeff Schoep
2018-04-12 00:57:39 UTC
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(Remember that Bush allowed the most recent terrorists and the 9/11
terrorists into our country. Rightists hate America.)

Right-wing terrorism draws its inspiration from a variety of
ideologies and beliefs, including neo-fascism, neo-Nazism,
racism and opposition

to foreigners and immigration. Incidents of this type of
terrorism have been sporadic with little or no international
cooperation. Their

actions are generally poorly coordinated and there are few
identifiable organizations. Modern right wing terrorism began
to appear in western Europe in the 1980s and in eastern Europe following
the collapse of the Eastern Bloc.

The objective of right-wing terrorism is the overthrow existing
governments and their replacement with nationalist or
fascist-oriented governments.

During the 1980s, more than 75 right-wing extremists were
prosecuted in the United States for acts of terrorism, although
they carried out only six attacks during the decade.[8] The
success of law enforcement in capturing and preventing
terrorists has been credited to their efforts to investigate
terrorists before they turned to violence. The April 19, 1995
attack on the Murrah federal building in Oklahoma, by the
right-wing extremist Timothy McVeigh, which killed 168 people,
would become the worst domestic terrorist attack in American
history. It was reported he had ties to a Michigan militia
group.

Eric Rudolph carried out a series of terrorist attacks between
1996 and 1998 including the Centennial Olympic Park bombing
which claimed 2 lives and injured 111, the plan being to cancel
the games, claiming they were set up to promote global
socialism.[11] Rudolph has also confessed to the bombings of an
abortion clinic in the Atlanta suburb of Sandy Springs on
January 16, 1997; the Otherside Lounge of Atlanta lesbian bar
on February 21, 1997, injuring five; and an abortion clinic in
Birmingham, Alabama on January 29, 1998, killing Birmingham
police officer and part-time clinic security guard Robert
Sanderson, and critically injuring nurse Emily Lyons.

Right-wing extremists have committed at least eight lethal
terrorist attacks in the United States that have resulted in
the deaths of nine people since 9/11, according to data
compiled by the New America Foundation. Another FBI study
reported that between January 1, 2007, and October 31, 2009,
white supremacists were involved in 53 acts of violence, 40 of
which were assaults directed primarily at African-Americans,
seven of which were murders and the rest of which were threats,
arson and intimidation.
Tom Trinko
2018-04-29 04:00:01 UTC
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The problem with Trump's America is that he's afraid to hold rightists
accountable for their terrorism when more of them should be sentenced to
death for High Treason.

Right-wing terrorism draws its inspiration from a variety of
ideologies and beliefs, including neo-fascism, neo-Nazism,
racism and opposition

to foreigners and immigration. Incidents of this type of
terrorism have been sporadic with little or no international
cooperation. Their

actions are generally poorly coordinated and there are few
identifiable organizations. Modern right wing terrorism began
to appear in western Europe in the 1980s and in eastern Europe following the
collapse of the Eastern Bloc.

The objective of right-wing terrorism is the overthrow existing
governments and their replacement with nationalist or
fascist-oriented governments.

During the 1980s, more than 75 right-wing extremists were
prosecuted in the United States for acts of terrorism, although
they carried out only six attacks during the decade.[8] The
success of law enforcement in capturing and preventing
terrorists has been credited to their efforts to investigate
terrorists before they turned to violence. The April 19, 1995
attack on the Murrah federal building in Oklahoma, by the
right-wing extremist Timothy McVeigh, which killed 168 people,
would become the worst domestic terrorist attack in American
history. It was reported he had ties to a Michigan militia
group.

Eric Rudolph carried out a series of terrorist attacks between
1996 and 1998 including the Centennial Olympic Park bombing
which claimed 2 lives and injured 111, the plan being to cancel
the games, claiming they were set up to promote global
socialism.[11] Rudolph has also confessed to the bombings of an
abortion clinic in the Atlanta suburb of Sandy Springs on
January 16, 1997; the Otherside Lounge of Atlanta lesbian bar
on February 21, 1997, injuring five; and an abortion clinic in
Birmingham, Alabama on January 29, 1998, killing Birmingham
police officer and part-time clinic security guard Robert
Sanderson, and critically injuring nurse Emily Lyons.

Right-wing extremists have committed at least eight lethal
terrorist attacks in the United States that have resulted in
the deaths of nine people since 9/11, according to data
compiled by the New America Foundation. Another FBI study
reported that between January 1, 2007, and October 31, 2009,
white supremacists were involved in 53 acts of violence, 40 of
which were assaults directed primarily at African-Americans,
seven of which were murders and the rest of which were threats,
arson and intimidation.
Byker
2018-04-29 19:29:58 UTC
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Post by Tom Trinko
The problem with Trump's America is that he's afraid to hold rightists
accountable for their terrorism when more of them should be sentenced to
death for High Treason.
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FLUSH LIMBAUGH
2018-12-01 05:12:51 UTC
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The problem with Trump's America is that he's afraid to hold rightists
accountable for their terrorism when more of them should be sentenced to
death for High Treason.

Right-wing terrorism draws its inspiration from a variety of
ideologies and beliefs, including neo-fascism, neo-Nazism,
racism and opposition

to foreigners and immigration. Incidents of this type of
terrorism have been sporadic with little or no international
cooperation. Their

actions are generally poorly coordinated and there are few
identifiable organizations. Modern right wing terrorism began
to appear in western Europe in the 1980s and in eastern Europe following the
collapse of the Eastern Bloc.

The objective of right-wing terrorism is the overthrow existing
governments and their replacement with nationalist or
fascist-oriented governments.

During the 1980s, more than 75 right-wing extremists were
prosecuted in the United States for acts of terrorism, although
they carried out only six attacks during the decade.[8] The
success of law enforcement in capturing and preventing
terrorists has been credited to their efforts to investigate
terrorists before they turned to violence. The April 19, 1995
attack on the Murrah federal building in Oklahoma, by the
right-wing extremist Timothy McVeigh, which killed 168 people,
would become the worst domestic terrorist attack in American
history. It was reported he had ties to a Michigan militia
group.

Eric Rudolph carried out a series of terrorist attacks between
1996 and 1998 including the Centennial Olympic Park bombing
which claimed 2 lives and injured 111, the plan being to cancel
the games, claiming they were set up to promote global
socialism.[11] Rudolph has also confessed to the bombings of an
abortion clinic in the Atlanta suburb of Sandy Springs on
January 16, 1997; the Otherside Lounge of Atlanta lesbian bar
on February 21, 1997, injuring five; and an abortion clinic in
Birmingham, Alabama on January 29, 1998, killing Birmingham
police officer and part-time clinic security guard Robert
Sanderson, and critically injuring nurse Emily Lyons.

Right-wing extremists have committed at least eight lethal
terrorist attacks in the United States that have resulted in
the deaths of nine people since 9/11, according to data
compiled by the New America Foundation. Another FBI study
reported that between January 1, 2007, and October 31, 2009,
white supremacists were involved in 53 acts of violence, 40 of
which were assaults directed primarily at African-Americans,
seven of which were murders and the rest of which were threats,
arson and intimidation.
FLUSH LIMBAUGH
2018-12-06 14:57:33 UTC
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The problem with Trump's America is that he's afraid to hold rightists
accountable for their terrorism when more of them should be sentenced to
death for High Treason.

Right-wing terrorism draws its inspiration from a variety of
ideologies and beliefs, including neo-fascism, neo-Nazism,
racism and opposition

to foreigners and immigration. Incidents of this type of
terrorism have been sporadic with little or no international
cooperation. Their

actions are generally poorly coordinated and there are few
identifiable organizations. Modern right wing terrorism began
to appear in western Europe in the 1980s and in eastern Europe following the
collapse of the Eastern Bloc.

The objective of right-wing terrorism is the overthrow existing
governments and their replacement with nationalist or
fascist-oriented governments.

During the 1980s, more than 75 right-wing extremists were
prosecuted in the United States for acts of terrorism, although
they carried out only six attacks during the decade.[8] The
success of law enforcement in capturing and preventing
terrorists has been credited to their efforts to investigate
terrorists before they turned to violence. The April 19, 1995
attack on the Murrah federal building in Oklahoma, by the
right-wing extremist Timothy McVeigh, which killed 168 people,
would become the worst domestic terrorist attack in American
history. It was reported he had ties to a Michigan militia
group.

Eric Rudolph carried out a series of terrorist attacks between
1996 and 1998 including the Centennial Olympic Park bombing
which claimed 2 lives and injured 111, the plan being to cancel
the games, claiming they were set up to promote global
socialism.[11] Rudolph has also confessed to the bombings of an
abortion clinic in the Atlanta suburb of Sandy Springs on
January 16, 1997; the Otherside Lounge of Atlanta lesbian bar
on February 21, 1997, injuring five; and an abortion clinic in
Birmingham, Alabama on January 29, 1998, killing Birmingham
police officer and part-time clinic security guard Robert
Sanderson, and critically injuring nurse Emily Lyons.

Right-wing extremists have committed at least eight lethal
terrorist attacks in the United States that have resulted in
the deaths of nine people since 9/11, according to data
compiled by the New America Foundation. Another FBI study
reported that between January 1, 2007, and October 31, 2009,
white supremacists were involved in 53 acts of violence, 40 of
which were assaults directed primarily at African-Americans,
seven of which were murders and the rest of which were threats,
arson and intimidation.

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