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As it turns out, a local "White supremacist ... will not be permitted to join his fellow candidates for the debate held by the London Multi-Cultural Community."

Specific preconceptions and prejudices aside, is it not the case that extreme political platforms obviate the impracticability of subordinating ourselves to any political platform instantiated in a dominational hierarchy, regardless of the specific supremacists we "democratically" install into the seats of social power and resource control?


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Last updated September 23, 2010