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What can we make of those whom call Lee a ‘dictator’...

...And whom generally go on, in detail, only about that which affects the interests of the racially-defined majority whilst saying next to nothing about that which affects the interests of the racially-defined minorities?

We’re just going to be exchanging one dictator for another, except that the latter won't be encapsulated within a single individual or party but comprise the masses to whom problems don’t exist unless it affects the majority. How different is this from the view of the ruling party whom appear to think problems only exist when it affects their interests.

What we are seeing is not the advancement of democracy, but the refinement of fascism.



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