418,000 American women and men died in World War II, most of them while fighting fascists, ultra-nationalists, Nazis and neo-Nazis. To speak of neo-Nazis and Nazis and KKK members marching in Charlottesville as having a valid and legitimate “philosophy” and value system – equal to those who oppose them – is an insult to all those dead American soldiers who fought to liberate France, Italy, Germany and the rest of the Europe. Yes, Trump has insulted 418,000 dead American soldiers and their families and friends, as well as everyone else, like me, who greatly respects and thanks the sacrifice they made. It is also an insult to every African-American and Jew. Tens of millions of Africans were tormented and tortured as slaves from the early 1600s up until the end of the Civil War, and then, after they were granted freedom, persecuted and hounded by White nationalists and even the police right up until the present day. Every American who died in World War II and every lynched African American and every Jew murdered in the Holocaust is telling us us that there is no place in America for neo-Nazis, Nazis, KKK segregationists and White Nationalists. Trump and his friends cannot hear the dead who are crying to be heard. Can you?
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