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Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts talk about how discovering leftist mistakes and misunderstandings drew them to the Right.

(Republished from Left, Right, and White by permission of author or representative)
• Category: Ideology • Tags: American Left, White nationalism 
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  1. For me, being a libtard was a learning experience or a rite of passage on my way to some kind of adulthood.

  2. Chris (in his younger days) asked his mentor an excellent question–what happened to the 1960s and early 1970s radical movement?

    It deserves a real answer (as opposed to the garbage the leftist spewed).

    I am convinced a large factor was the success of the Deep State in infiltrating, monitoring and subverting the leadership of those groups.

    COINTELPRO was probably the most notorious of those efforts, but there were many local variations on that theme.

    These federal programs were the precursors to the surveillance state of the current day (which currently uses corporate partners as camouflage).

    One book that is fascinating reading that discusses some of these issues:

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