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There is no moral equivalency when it comes to neo-Nazi white supremacy. The legacy factor is one obvious reason. Neo-Nazis are associating themselves with a group that was (and still should be) America’s enemy — responsible for the extermination of millions of innocent people. The U.S. literally fought a war against these people. And now, disgruntled undergrads with no understanding of history are buying backyard torches at the local Home Depot because they’re feeling a bit hard done byThe word “Antifa” does not harken back to lynchings and concentration camps, lynchings and slavery. More importantly, while groups like Antifa and BLM might engage in violence at times — no one is disputing that — the major difference is that their existence is not predicated on hatred of others. Antifa was founded to resist fascism and racism. BLM was created to bring attention to the systemic violence and racism black people in the U.S. endure. A white supremacist group, on the other hand, cannot exist without individuals who believe people of colour are genetically inferior. There is no such thing as a neo-Nazi who doesn’t despise Jews. Hatred is their raison d’être.When people insist BLM and Antifa be subject to the same censure as neo-Nazis, they are failing to see the bigger picture: fighting for the right to be a fascist is not the same as fighting for the right to exist.
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Source : http://deadline.com/2017/08/hollywood-response-charlottesville-violence-rob-reiner-donald-trump-1202147581/