|Posted: Wed Nov 29, 2017 2:37 pm Trump Retweets Far Right Propaganda|
|Britain First are one of several UK far right political groups. They organise marches and media stunts, and use social media to spread inflammatory anti immigrant and anti Islamic propaganda. Their output is always highly slanted and often factually false. They are not interested in facts or objective analysis or even debate, but they are dedicated to stirring race and religious hatred. In recent years they have taken to carrying Christian crosses when they march (though I truly doubt their commitment to religion as anything other than a very thin excuse to their brand of political hatefulness).
Donald Trump recently retweeted videos from Britain First. At least one of the videos has been debunked. At the time of writing this post he and his advisors do not appear apologetic.
A new low point? Is Trump letting down his position as President and should America expect more from their President.
Is this an example of Trump validating and mainstreaming aryan supremacy/race hate?