See if you can manage to recognize any parallels between what is stated and enjoined upon the Not a mule shirt moreover I love this designated �victim group� in Germany in the 1930s (namely the Germans themselves, as this was prior to the shift pointed out by Dinesh D�Souza from socialism portraying the sides as being defined by class to their making the lines between the sexes, those of different sexual orientations, different races, etc. the ones that determine who is defined as a �v im not sure if they are fascist. Fascism is a term that has been used incorrectly so many times that most people trying to define it right now (no google) will get it wrong. All I know is that they harass and assault vulnerable and often marginalized people for peacefully protesting and sometimes just because they believe their target believes something different than them.
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Probably because they are. Their name being �anti-fascist� is irrelevant when they espouse the Not a mule shirt moreover I love this exact same tactics as every fascist regime. If the KKK changed their name to the �anti-racist coalition� would they magically no longer be a racist organization because their name says they are against it? No? Weird� The only time Spock’s shirt inherently is different is in the rejected first pilot, �The Cage,� which in flashback was later folded into �The Menagerie.� In that pilot, the crew all wore velour pullover shirts whose colors didn’t exactly match those in the rest of the episodes. It was the 60s. George Takei himself had actually been in a American Japanese internment camp as a child. He was always in American clothes and he had an American accent (and Sulu as a martial artist – not Bruce Lee Kung Fu but European fencing, thanks!). Racism was to be portrayed as an evil we had grown beyond. Similarly, Uhura was portrayed with a uniform and an American accent at a time that Rev. Martin Luther King was still alive. She was apparently encouraged to stay on the show by Dr. King. The message was, they were Americans. They belonged.