Bloomberg, “Charlottesville and the Gasps of Weak Fascism”

From the anarchists in the turn of the 20th century to the Weather Underground of the 1970s, violent radical movements have failed. The chances that the bigots in Charlottesville can bring back segregation are as non-existent as those that husband-and-wife shooters of San Bernardino, California, had in heralding an era of America Sharia.

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