Sunday, November 22, 2009

Projection in the 21st Century

All the rabble-rousing that Glen Beck does, accusing Obama of being a Nazi, screams of projection.  That he is really the racist, nationalist, fascist demagogue.  Indeed, as it turns out:
Earlier this week, Sam Stein of the Huffington Post detailed several instances in which Beck has welcomed onto his shows guests with ties to groups that traffic in white supremacy, neo-Confederate secession, and anti-Semitism. Stein's reporting was a good start, but it would take a chalkboard the size of Idaho to fully map out Beck's racially paranoid guest list.
One can forget the hyperbole and just focus on who Beck is "pal-ing around with." 

ZOG or no ZOG, Beck is clearly doing something right from the point of view of the average white nationalist.
"By no means do I think [Beck] is aware of the racial issue, and for the moment that is ok," wrote Stormfront member QHelios. "He is stirring the pot, and I thank him for that."

It just amazes me that this guy gets so much attention.  It may, indeed, be the 1990's all over again.  And when the next Timothy McVeigh commits some domestic, white-style terrorism, I am sure FOX will blame the White House, rather than the cheerleaders of racism they televise.

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