Why the #LandBack Movement is so mad at Tulsi Gabbard.

By Na'omi Allen
Mrs Allen is a disgruntled American veteran and this is her personal blog. She studies geopolitical phenomena, with a focus on countering contemporary Nazism.
 

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Twitterverse (@girly_GRRRL) — This guy’s criticism isn’t about @TulsiGabbard not speaking out against water contamination. She was one of the first to do so. He’s just mad that she didn’t do it in a way that helps the KOH secessionist movement.

 

The far-left secessionist movement is just as bad as the far-right secessionist movement. They both have the same goals: Breaking America up into autonomous/independent ethnic states.

Of course… this guy is a socialist, pushing pan-African black liberation, and the land back (secessionist) movement for indigenous peoples.

Learn more, from the horses mouth, about how contemporary communism is more like old fashioned Nazism, with a focus on, not just socialism, but ethno-centric socialism, that divides people into separate ethnic nations: web.archive.org/web/2021031417…

It’s not unlike Lenin’s CULTURAL-NATIONAL AUTONOMY concept, which dismantled the Russian Empire into separate autonomous states that would become the Soviet Union. Divide, then conquer by assigning overseers to each state that the Soviet Union controlled. marxists.org/archive/lenin/…

Stalinism and Nazism had a lot more in common with each other than people realize. This is a great book comparing the two: amazon.com/Faces-Janus-Ma…

ICYMI: America’s far-left and far-right are already in cahoots. archive.is/H1kc3

It’s also interesting to me that people try to say that, by calling for an end to this trend that divides our nation into “affinity groups”, Tulsi is pushing a “Russian agenda”… when Anti-America Russian organizations have long supported American secessionist movements.

The Hawaiian secessionist movement is financially propped up by Alexander Ionov’s Anti-Globalist Movement. nbcnews.com/news/world/wha…