The Scary Far Right

By: SayNoToTea , 10:01 PM GMT on June 05, 2012

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Excuse me for a minute while I air my dirty laundry, OK, so it will be two minutes. I get quite a few e-mails. Some support my view, some dissent upon which I have had some interesting discussions and others are just typical cyber bullies who somehow believe their keyboard and the internet gives them supernatural powers where they can defeat all foes. Sadly these manic delusions are wasted on the writer as I do not reply, although this one time I believe I will, but not behind an e-mail. I'll air my thoughts and opinions publicly.

You might remember Nash, he posted here time and again, chastising and berating all of us for taking a stance as he claims all sides, right, left centrist and moderate are all corrupt. I found it amusing as my blog was the only one he posted his little tantrums in and in fact in some right wing blogs he was all in agreeance with their views. I've mentioned him a time or two and have been mightily surprised by the e-mails I have received. it would seem that Mr Nash is not liked amongst his blogging peers.

Here are some excepts;

Nash has claimed to have received an invite from the University of Miami to study meteorology to which the letter writer claimed a call to the school denied that they have done that for anyone.

Nash claimed to be entering the Navy Reserves to which after his basic training he would be heading to meteorology school, which the Navy does not offer to reservists.

Nash is claimed to have had a torrid internet affair with a respected WU married blogger to which I will not reveal her name as she's never threatened me. It amazed me though that the letters were forwarded over and over and I'm sure a few readers will know of what I am referring about and I ask you to show the same respect and not comment as to her name.

Nash claimed to be running for a seat on the US Senate in 2010 and that proved to be utterly false.

So here's the latest e-mail and I guess I'm supposed to be shaking in my chair right now.

From: nash28


To: saynototea
Date: 2012-06-05 18:03:55 (6:03 PM GMT) NEW MESSAGE
Subject: You're finished

Once again, you proved to be a chickens%^$.

You cannot even have a conversation with me without being a total p&@Q!#.

You're finished. YOU WILL NOT F&@# WITH ME AGAIN!!!!!

Watch your back


And my reply, I don't think I need to as he must live with his conscious and I doubt that's fun.

I wish you peace, right Nash?

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14. SayNoToTea
2:25 PM GMT on June 06, 2012
Thank you Original, that is something that has baffled me since the beginning of my blogging here. Why is it that I am asked, whorefully I might add, to quit my sunjest matter, but others aren't? The fact of the matter is there is a category on this site named "Political" and I abide by the rules set forth by administration. If and when they ask me to stop posting I will abide by their wishes, not someone who has never stepped into my blog site except to chastise me for what I post.
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13. originalLT
4:45 AM GMT on June 06, 2012
Code1, I hope you post your view on the myriad of other sites on WU that do not talk weather--and not just here. Sabastianjer anyone?
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12. code1
1:54 AM GMT on June 06, 2012
I don't care who is my rightest/leftist friends if affected by horrific weather. Their political bent has no bearing on my caring. Why can't we all get OVER ourselves?
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10. code1
1:35 AM GMT on June 06, 2012
We are HERE on a WEATHER SITE for WEATHER first and foremost. If ya can't take the heat of such, take the left/right rants other sites please!
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9. code1
1:32 AM GMT on June 06, 2012
And yet again, I am missing peace on a weather site. Left (that I am), right, moderate, or other? Can we not leave it on other sites?
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8. originalLT
1:03 AM GMT on June 06, 2012
True Tea, but they did happen, and we must go on from here.
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7. SayNoToTea
12:33 AM GMT on June 06, 2012
Original, I hope to be around then and I believe it will be a non-event, however, if our tax rates would have stayed the same and if our country had not been involved in two wars we 2050 would already be a non-event.
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6. originalLT
12:03 AM GMT on June 06, 2012
I don't know how old you guys are, Tea, unclemush, and Patrap. I do know that I will not be around in 2050 to witness this "tipping point" in 2050. I do know that in the 37 and one-half years plus, before we as a nation reach this point, there can and will be momentous events both here and world wide that will happen, and perhaps make this event, a non-event.
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5. unclemush
10:59 PM GMT on June 05, 2012
I brought that skinhead link from your last post.Fits in with what you are talking about.Should I be afraid to post here?:)
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4. unclemush
10:57 PM GMT on June 05, 2012
Link Republicans Elect Skinhead In Pennsylvania; Let’s Recognize Who Supports Nazi Beliefs (VIDEO)
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3. SayNoToTea
10:12 PM GMT on June 05, 2012
Now here is a story that does scare me. Please note the paragraph in bold.



Hate Groups Grow as Racial Tipping Point Changes Demographics

By COLLEEN CURRY
May 18, 2012
The number of radical hate groups and militias has exploded in recent years in reaction to the changing makeup of America, and new census figures showing the majority of babies born in 2011 were non-white could fuel those simmering tensions, experts who track hate groups warned.

"White supremacist groups have been having a meltdown since the census bureau predicted that non-Hispanic whites would lose the majority by 2050," said Mark Potok, spokesman for the Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors hate groups. "The demographic change in this country is the single most important driver in the growth of hate groups and extremist groups over the last few years."

The data released this week revealed a tipping point in the country's demographic shift. For the first time in the country's history, more minority children were born than white children, setting the stage for an eventual non-white majority in America's population.

The census found that 50.4 percent of births in 2011 were of Hispanic, black, Asian, and other minority children. White babies accounted for 49.5 percent of the country's newborns.

In addition, more than 49 percent of all children under 5 years old are minorities, the report said.

For white supremacist and radical right-wing groups, the data is especially troubling, and made all the more apparent by the fact that a black man was elected president, Potok said.

"This very real and very significant change is represented in the person of Barack Obama. We've of course seen the most remarkable growth in the radical right since 2008, precisely coinciding with Obama's first three years as president," he said.

According to the SPLC, the number of radical "anti-government" militia groups increased from 150 to 1,274 during the years of the Obama presidency. There have been more homegrown domestic terrorism attacks by right-wing groups than by international terrorists during his presidency as well, Potok noted.

Marilyn Mayo, co-director of the Anti-Defamation League's Center on Extremism, said white supremacist groups have increased their efforts to recruit and plot based on the changing racial makeup of America.

"I think that what we're seeing is that hate groups, particularly white supremacist groups, are talking a lot about the fact that whites will soon be a minority in this country, that their goal at all costs is to preserve the white race in civilization, which spurs them to recruit more, and have more incendiary rhetoric," Mayo said.

Mayo cited two recent plots by radical groups in Florida and Minnesota that involved stockpiling weapons for racially-motivated attacks against other Americans.

"These are just examples of people who feel like they are at a point where they have to take action because soon whites will lose power and authority and they have to protect the white race from extinction," she said.

"We're not saying that patriot militia groups are made up of klansman," he said, referring to the Ku Klux Klan. "It's more diffuse than that. It's a generalized feeling that 'this is not the country my Christian white forefathers built. We've got to take this country back.' It's not rancid straight ahead race hate, but it is very closely tied to race and the changing look of the country."

The changes in demographic will challenge the political and social landscape of the country, he said. In California, the shift to a non-white majority in 2000 resulted in changes to the Republican Party, which had to shift left to appeal to non-white voters, he said.

Potok pointed out that more young people than ever before, hovering around 95 percent of young voters, approve of interracial relationships and marriage. Though the country is going through a "backlash" against demographic changes, newer generations will come to accept the changes, he said.

"The thing I think to understand is that the radical right is not entirely composed of people who are insane. These are people reacting to real changes in the real world around them," Potok said.
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2. SayNoToTea
10:06 PM GMT on June 05, 2012
Whatever Scott Walker’s fate, Barack Obama may drag some bragging rights out of the Wisconsin governor’s recall election: Voters in preliminary exit poll results today say they favor Obama over Mitt Romney in November’s presidential election by a slight 6-point margin (51-45 percent).
These results are preliminary so it remains to be seen if that result will hold in final exit poll results later tonight. If so, it might provide Obama forces with pushback should Walker, the incumbent Republican, prevail in the recall election against Democratic candidate Tom Barrett, the mayor of Milwaukee.
Barrett lost to Walker when the two faced off in 2010. One possible boost for Barrett this year comes from union voters: Nearly a third of voters in preliminary exit poll results say they’re from union households, up from 26 percent two years ago. And slightly more than half say they have a favorable impression of public employee unions; restrictions on such unions that were backed by Walker led to the recall.
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1. Patrap
10:04 PM GMT on June 05, 2012
A video was released exposing Scott Walker meeting with a lady billionaire who begged for him to make Wisconsin a "right-to-work (for less)" state. He then admitted he was going after collective bargaining and stated he wanted to divide and conquer.


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