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Nobody Likes Fascists

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What happens when a group of neo-Nazis decide to take over a North Dakota town? Well, not surprisingly, the resistence shows up:

In an update to the story we ran yesterday on the town of Leith, North Dakota being taken over by Neo-Nazi racists, Michael Pugliese tells us from the ground that “Lakota, Dakota, Anishinabe, Apache, African, Irish, German, Norwegian, Spanish, and other anti-racist individuals stood together to fight against the attempted nazi takeover of Leith, North Dakota.”

The bottom line is nobody likes a fascist. Even fascists don’t like fascists, which is why their history is peppered with events like the Night of the Long Knives. So it should surprise any group that is openly declaring itself fascist to meet resistance in everything it does. By announcing their intention to take over Leith, North Dakota those white supremacists basically set themselves up to meet resistance form every anti-fascist (which is almost everybody) in the area.

Written by Christopher Burg

September 27th, 2013 at 10:00 am