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  • WeAreNDHockey
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    Originally posted by aparch View Post
    What a shame Covid-19 didn't kill all of them. Yes I wrote it. Yes I mean it. Nazis needed to die in World War 2, and they need to die in 2023.

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  • aparch
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    Today in Orlando: https://www.threads.net/@dukedev/pos...c4MTIwNjQ2YQ==

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  • The Generic (not GOP) Nazi Thread -- while it's always them, it's not always Them

    First up: busy little Nazis.

    After parents in a rural and staunchly conservative Wyoming county joined nationwide pressure on librarians to pull books they considered harmful to youngsters, the local library board obliged with new policies making such books a higher priority for removal — and keeping out of collections.

    But that’s not all the library board has done.

    Campbell County also withdrew from the American Library Association, in what’s become a movement against the professional organization that has fought against book bans.

    This summer, the state libraries in Montana, Missouri and Texas and the local library in Midland, Texas, announced they’re leaving the ALA, with possibly more to come. Right-wing lawmakers in at least nine other states — Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota and Wyoming — demand similar action.
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