fascism and eugenics were immensely popular and mainstream opinions in america until world war 2 where the prevailing attitude (still found on reddit enclaves to this day) is "what a great idea, a shame the nazis ruined the public perception". you're seriously wrong if you think trump started the fascist project.
i mean fuck you can find those images of the nazi party rally in the 30s that had a statue of washington or whatever and thousands of people in attendance having signs to end the boycott of german products
nazis before WWII: vocally praise the US on how systemically racist they are and how they treated indigenous americans
americans during WWII: *sweats*
@wintgenstein it can be argued fascism started here.
@wintgenstein chattel slavery was a countrywide eugenics experiment that lasted for 400 years and we really should think of it exactly like that.
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