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The White/Black Supremist Relationship: The Most Unlikely Allience That Makes Perfect Sense!

Race relations are not the best right now. There’s white and black supremacist groups among other groups that are out there but racist groups from all backgrounds do have some form of an alliance! Here’s some information that I found that shouldn’t make sense but makes perfect sense:
In February 1962 George Lincoln Rockwell, the leader of the American Nazi Party spoke at a Nation of Islam rally in Chicago, where he was applauded by Elijah Muhammad as he pronounced: ”I am proud to stand here before black men. I believe Elijah Muhammed is the Adolf Hitler of the black man!” Rockwell had attended, but did not speak at, an earlier NOI rally in June 1961 in Washington, D.C. and even once donated $20 to the NOI. In 1965, after breaking with the Nation of Islam and denouncing its separatist doctrine, Malcolm X told his followers that the Nation of Islam under Elijah Muhammad had made secret agreements with the American Nazi Party and the Ku Klux Klan.

The point that I’m trying to make is that even though they should be trying to kill each other, they know that they have the same ideology of separation. Just because a person of color votes Republican or has a conservative view doesn’t mean that they’re white supremacists. I think that, with this new hysteria about white supremacists is being funded by George Soros and trying to get racist groups like Black Lives Matter, which many members hold similar ideas as black supremacists, as well as white supremacist groups to further promote his agenda. It already has been proven that the Democrats have paid people to go into Trump rallies to cause trouble and George Soros has donated a lot of money to left wing groups around the world, so it’s very plausible that these white supremacists who voiced support for Trump were actually paid by Soros to try to sabotage his campaign.

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