Precisely. And not wishing to make any capital from your suffering it is because society is starting to change that their behaviour towards LGBT and POC is less acceptable and more likely to result in intervention (real or digital).
The less in control they are the easier it is to marginalise them. There will always be political extremes and we probably need them.
I did not write or infer tolerance. I suggested opposing them and confronting them at every opportunity. But I do not realistically expect that they will disappear without a fight, because that is what they thrive on.
Are you sure we shouldn’t re-educate them or just lock them up without charge?
Perhaps we could smother them with amusing gifs or type the Nazism out of them.
Normally I’d say you shouldn’t be checking with Trump Jr. on anything, but it’s possible that they are an expert on being the dumb brother. (Get a “why not both” gif ready for when someone brings up Eric)
Life is a Sisyphean task. I bet you shower every day knowing that you’ll just need another one tomorrow. Or get repairs on your car or home knowing that another part will break down. We don’t need genocidal ideologies anymore than we need trace amounts of feces on our hands. If there was Nazi soap that scrubbed people clean of 99% of their Naziism I’d think we should all wash with it every day, and I would not lament for a moment that we were losing anything we needed. There isn’t, and we have to deal with the complicated reality of human beings who have genocidal ideology as one facet of their existence. That’s very different than “needing” it.
Quick note: I do think “Fredo” is an ethnic slur. I don’t think the person would have called Cuomo that if Cuomo was not Italian. Cuomo responded with a slur and basically comes off looking exactly as good as the person who threw the first insult.
But Cuomo should definitely know better than to compare “Fredo” (which I type here without worry about being censored) to the only word in the English language that full-grown adults still refer to as “the [letter]-word”. I wouldn’t type that in a direct quotation.