ZoNation Take on David Duke – O’Reilly Interview

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ZoNation | O’Reilly had David Duke on his program, and he was portrayed as a Republican. Rawng! His KKK background fits squarely within the Dem tent. Hear more in this ZoNation

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  • Sullys Pops

    Brother Zo, right you are. I haven’t seen the David Duke, O’Reilly interview. In trying to give credit and respect to Bill, one would think he would call out Duke for his position or said past position. Regardless, I know the media is still pushing an agenda and yes that includes Fox News. Even they fly towards the center periodically. The sad thing is when another leftist Democrat shoots up a Jewish temple, the black community will most likely not see the connection. Sad really.

  • Chris Louther

    Right on Zo you are so great at breaking it down and explaining what should be common sense but has been twisted so that it confuses people…. and purposely obviously . You do great !

  • TruckinMack

    NaZi – Nationalsozialismus (National Socialist) – That means Socialist. – That means Democrat.

    I once had someone tell me online that the bad NaZi’s killed all the good NaZi’s on the ‘Night of the Long Knives’.

    I wonder if the bad KKK killed all the good KKK, too.

    • Sullys Pops

      Oh dang that is HILARIOUS! Thank you.

    • BadManBx

      Actually Hitler and the Nazi’s are classified as right wing extremists. Just sayin.

    • Sullys Pops

      Call it what you will, but you can’t deny the truth, that being that “right wing nazi” is impossible. Right ring being conservative capitalist and nazi being a socialist hate group. Then here you come calling Brother Zo racially charged, hate and anger names. Yes, I did read where you called him “Uncle TomZo”. When you come to Brother Zo’s page, bringing all your racist anger, you are going to get blow back from his audience.

      Badmanbx, may I suggest you give you soul up to The Lord. When The Holy Spirit is in your heart, and you walk with Jesus Christ, you will no longer have hate in your life. In doing so, your eyes and heart will be opened. I will pray for you.

    • BadManBx

      Sully, what do you know of my religious beliefs? would it surprise you to learn I was raised Christian and still adhere to my Christian beliefs? Are you assuming that since I haven’t consumed the conservative Kool-Aid that I must be a non believer? Did anyone ever teach you why you shouldn’t assume?

      As for your assumption that I’m racist. Please explain what I said that leads you to believe I am a racist? Is it because I pointed out a fact that you can’t deny or is it just a default fall back to play that race card?

      Below I’ve included a definition of right wing and it has nothing to do with capitalism genius.

      Right-wing politics are political positions or activities that view some forms of social hierarchy or social inequality as either inevitable, natural, normal, or desirable,[1][2][3] typically justifying this position on the basis ofnatural law or tradition.[4][5][6][7][8][9] Within the right-wing spectrum, views differ on whether hierarchy and inequality stem from traditional social differences[10] or from competition in market economies.[11][12] In Europe’s history, there have been strong collectivist right-wing movements, such as in the social Catholic Right that has exhibited hostility to all forms of liberalism, including economic liberalism, and has historically advocated for paternalist class harmony involving an organic-hierarchical society where workers are protected while hierarchy of classes remain.[13]

      The term “right wing” has been used to refer to a number of different political positions through history. The political terms Right and Left were coined during the French Revolution (1789–99), and referred to where politicians sat in the French parliament; those who sat to the right of the chair of the parliamentary president were broadly supportive of the institutions of the monarchist Ancien Régime.[14][15][16][17] The original Right in France was formed as a reaction against the Left, and comprised those politicians supporting hierarchy, tradition, and clericalism.[18] The use of the expression la droite (the right) became prominent in France after the restoration of the monarchy in 1815, when le droit was applied to describe the Ultra-royalists.[19] In English-speaking countries it was not until the 20th century that people applied the terms “right” and “left” to their own politics.[20]

      From the 1830s to the 1880s, there was a shift in the Western world of social class structure and the economy, moving away from nobility and aristocracy, and moving towards the bourgeoisie and capitalism.[21] This general economic shift towards capitalism affected centre right movements such as the British Conservative Party that responded by becoming supportive of capitalism.[22]

      Although the term ‘right-wing’ originally designated traditional conservatives and reactionaries, it has also been used to describe neo-conservatives, nationalists, racial supremacists,[23] Christian democrats, religious fundamentalists, and classical liberals.[17]

      In the United States “right wing” has quite a different history and meaning. For the most part the American right wing is an integral part of the conservative “movement” in the U.S.[24] The right has been a major factor—and often dominant—in American politics in the Age of Reagan since 1980.[25] There are also fringe “extremist” elements who reject key elements of the American consensus, are vehemently opposed to the nation’s political leadership, and try to exclude groups they hate, sometimes by using violence.[26]

    • Sullys Pops

      My words are not based upon assumption, but fact. That fact by your own words.

      You used the term “Uncle TomZo”. You wouldn’t use that term to describe a Caucasian. You used it because of his race. You brought race to this conversation in an effort to verbally harm with hate. Hence, since you pulled out the race hate card, “racist” fits accordingly. If it converses with swine, rolls in dung like a swine, and slings skat like a swine, must be a swine.

      Now onto religion. You come to Brother Zo’s page full of hate, and loaded with anger. That is anything but walking with Jesus. The Lord is about love. Love your enemies and all that. I too used to be in your shoes. Raised Christian, got off the path and followed my own way instead of God’s way. Thank you to God that he put a Brother in the Lord in my path. Mike came to me with love and understanding. I too am here for you. God forgives all that humble themselves and pray the sinners prayer professing their sin and asking for forgiveness.

      As far as right and left wing, whatever! You can have it. Call it what you will. I will remain my God loving, conservative capitalist, and you do as you desire.

    • BadManBx

      The only problem with your diatribe is the term uncle tom is one used by blacks on other blacks who they feel are apologists for white oppression. Kind of kills your entire racist angle there buddy.

    • TruckinMack

      LOL. You don’t think you can be a racist because other people are racist.

      BM – You are hilarious.

    • BadManBx

      What did I say that was racist? BTW here is what another famous GOPer things of racism in the GOP….

    • Gregory71

      The light of enlightenment is lost in this place. I commend you for the attempt regardless.

    • TruckinMack

      Over 300 words, and no apology for calling Alphonzo Rachel an Uncle Tom. Yep, you’re a racist.

    • Eat the rich

      Not Tom but Ruckus#Noapoly #Whatafuckboy

    • BadManBx
    • BadManBx

      You should learn the meaning of words and phrases before labeling some one a racist…

      From Wikipedia…
      The phrase “Uncle Tom” has also become an epithet for a person who is slavish and excessively subservient to perceived authority figures, particularly a black person who behaves in a subservient manner to white people; or any person perceived to be complicit in the oppression of their own group.[1][2] The negative epithet is the result of later works derived from the original novel.

    • TruckinMack

      Classified by the Left. They are Left Wing Socialists and the very definition of evil. (Did I need to use the word ‘and’?)

    • BadManBx

      How does that equate to American democrats? You do realize Nazis were in Germany. Besides why is it that most Neo Nazi groups in America are classified as right wing hate groups?

  • BadManBx

    Well geniuses… Since 88 Duke has consistently run as a republican. kind of kills the “He’s a Dem” meme uncle TomZo is pushing

    • Thanatos144

      And failed. Why? Because those of the kkk are Democrats and Republicans don’t want them

    • BadManBx

      So the KKK are members of the same party that elected America’s first black POTUS? You do understand the logical disconnect in claiming a bunch of white supremacists are members of the same party you claim coddle and protect minorities, don’t you? BTW… Duke actually won elections as a republican. Educate yourselves before trying to refute what I post!

    • Thanatos144

      You need to learn what happened. He didn’t run as a Republican until his last campaign and he lost.

    • BadManBx

      Maybe you should learn a little history… I’m 1989 Duke, now a republican, ran in and won a special election in Louisiana. He later ran, again as a Republican for senate and fortunately lost that bid.

    • Thanatos144

      Special election . that wasn’t even a election since no one but his buddies voted . the only time Republicans were able to vote for him they didn’t. But his democrat kkk and Nazi buddies did .

    • BadManBx

      Special election or not… if you want to paint him as a dem then it’s only fair to point out that he never won an election as a dem but he did win one as a repub.

    • Falcon

      Uh … hate to be the bearer of bad news, but yes, the Democrats had within their ranks a KKK Exhalted Cyclops who died in office in 2010 by the name of Seantor Robert Byrd of West Virginia. So yeah, at the time Obama was elected in 2008, a KKK member and Democrat was serving as a Senator.

    • Jim Diaz

      I don’t see any logical disconnect. Lets go back over the history.

      It’s the 1960s. Democrats have been losing the culture war on civil rights, and the idea of white supremacy is no longer a ticket they can hope to win elections with. Republicans have been fighting hard up uphold that famous idea in the constitution that all men are created equal, and people are buying into the idea. Even the KKK, who were supposed to be the great heroes fighting for the white man are looked upon as villains. The writing is on the wall and Democrats like LBJ knew that unless they change the way they are perceived by the public, there will be no future for the party. And so, they changed the message in a plan which LBJ was famously quoted on: “I’ll have those n***** voting Democrat for the next 200 years!”

      So, lets pretend for a moment that you and I are racist Democrats in the late 1960s. We still believe in white supremacy and keeping the colored man “in his proper place”. We still believe that the black man isn’t smart enough to understand the complex political issues of our time. With me so far? Good. Because I have a brilliant plan to keep them under control. First, we start promoting these programs designed to give them free stuff and say it’s to help them. We’ll have to start slowly, but they’ll be more than happy to vote for us if we’re promising them handouts because remember, we’re racist Democrats who don’t believe they’re smart enough to understand the full ramifications of becoming dependent on the state. Once we have taught them to eat out of our hands, we’ll work on keeping them suppressed as a people. It may take us 30 years to gain control of the Music and Movie industry, but once we have that control we can start promoting and celebrating black artists who glorify misogyny and criminal activities. We’ll promote movies and programs that promote this narrative that they should all be as hateful as we are, but they should direct that hate at the very Republicans who liberated them. We’ll find some useful tools who can go on TV night after night and cry racism at the drop of a hat all while collecting millions for promoting our agenda. And just to make sure their population doesn’t get out of control, we’ll glorify this little operation created by our fellow clanswoman Margaret Sanger, at one of the womans meetings of the KKK, she came up with this brilliant idea to cull the black population she calls planned parenthood. We’ll give them funding all in the name of woman’s rights, and strategically place their offices in black neighborhoods.

      Sounds crazy, right? Well, isn’t it interesting how good race relations were back in the 70s and 80s back when conservative Republicans ran Hollywood? Then when Liberals took over the industry and established the famous “conservative blacklist” to deny work to actors who speak out in favor of conservative ideas, everything started going downhill. That’s about the same time you saw a rise in “gangsta rap” music glorifying treating women as sex objects and crime in general, and this was poured into the black community. That’s when you saw the rise of the idea of free, irresponsible sex which has led to the breakdown in the black family unit. And as we all know, that broken family is a common theme found in those stuck in poverty, while those who manage to lift themselves out of poverty share the common theme of having a traditionally structured family with parents involved in the lives of their children.

      And if you still believe that Democrats really have the interests of the black community at heart, look at all of the major black ghettos in the country. Chicago has been run by Democrats for decades, and things have only gotten worse for blacks there. Detroit has been run by Democrats for decades, and things have only gotten worse for blacks there. There are several black communities around New York and Los Angeles that have been largely controlled by Democrats, and the situation has only gotten worse. If those Democrats are really looking out for the black community, why is it that those same communities suck so bad when led by Democrats for 30 years? It obviously can’t be the fault of those so-called racist Republicans who have no power or authority in those areas.

      So back to your original point: There is no logical disconnect. The Democratic party hasn’t changed that much since the days they wore hoods. Oh, they have changed the way they present themselves, and they have learned new ways to take advantage of and exploit Blacks like they have done for hundreds of years. But the results of their actions and the social and economical ramifications of their policies prove time and time again that they are still interested in keeping the Black man in the same place they wanted the Black man back in the 1960s. Sure, they pushed one to be president so he could further their narrative and goals, but it wasn’t that bad. As Harry Reid put it, Obama was a “light-skinned African American with no negro dialect unless he wanted to have one.” And as Joe Biden once said, Obama was the “First African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy”. Interesting to see what our Vice President thought of Blacks who came before Obama, but it goes to show a lot about what they think.

    • cuntsuella

      Very well laid out argument. Anyone that might doubt such a methodical re-branding can be pulled off, needs to read up on the history of the mafia in America. You don’t see or hear anything of them anymore, but they are living high off the hog today!

    • oldurkey

      As soon as I see that pseudo-word “meme,” recently created by a big time lib, I
      quit listening, badman. You’re a bot.

    • BadManBx

      oldturkey you’re an idiot

    • oldurkey

      Wow, so clever of you to change that “d” to a “t,’ but, what is really remarkable, is that brilliant comeback, calling me an idiot. Your genius renders me speechless. sir bad.

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