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    Quote Originally Posted by rogue06 View Post
    IOW, I don't search through the internet desperately looking for racist terms used by a tiny handful of people and seek to color all Christians as being that way (or demanding that they prove they aren't) as you have done.

    Color me disappointed.
    And you think that is an accurate characterization?

    Christians call out others for seeing racism where none exist, and when confronted with the example, used by racist, did not have the tools, skills, or the motivation to recognize racism. Even going so far as to proudly talk about using the memes in precisely the same way that the racists used it.

    Persons who cannot recognize Noseberg Shekelstein as racist are hardly credible arbiters of deciding what constitutes racism, and places an interesting context on there claims of not seeing racism.

    I do recognize that most Christians are able to recognize racism and that specific example as racist. But do routines, rituals, attitudes, and dispositions of Christians coming together on Tweb influence Christians to disavow racism? Maybe it draws them to staking positions which both Christian and seculars would rightly condemn in a public figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simplicio View Post
    The difference is that paleo conservatism has been discussed in the news and on tweb, and it is a central issue within the conservative movement: the shifting of power, influence, and which set of elites and influencers hold sway in the change from Reagan style conservatism to today's more isolationist, anti globalist, anti militarist form of conservatism.

    And there is nothing in the name which glancing at the name would yield any real understanding on its meaning.

    Noseberg Shekstein is not in the news, nor has it been discussed on tweb, and it is not a central issue in anything

    But a brief glance at the term should have yielded a clue as to its real nature, an understanding of its meaning.

    So basically those two are polar opposites in every way!
    I did a search on tweb for paleo conservative and you seem to be the only person who has ever used it here until this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparko View Post
    I did a search on tweb for paleo conservative and you seem to be the only person who has ever used it here until this thread.
    Several posters are unmistakenly paleo here

    Demi and I had an exchange about the commie infiltration of the conservative movement, via the Trotskyite neocons. I thought it was used there. But anyway, the paleos are the big competitor to neo cons within todays conservative movement, which is shifting away from the neo cons and toward the paleos. The distinction is not trivial, it signals a marked change away from Reagan style conservatism, the end of a forty year run.

    The factional infighting (which is a normal part of politics) within the Republican party will be largely between those two groups, that observation is based on the changes within conservatism of the last half dozen years or so.

    If you think israel is really important, might want to look into it, because I wonder if the rise of the paleos signals a future shift in Israeli policy.

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