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If Only Stalin and Hitler Had Learned SJW Tactics! (Memes, NSFS — Not Safe For Snowflakes)

If Only Stalin and Hitler Had Learned SJW Tactics! (Memes, NSFS — Not Safe For Snowflakes)

SJWs and pomos are often compared to fascists and Stalinists…

Such accusations are hardly without their basis in reality.

But Hitler and Stalin were very foolish.

They should have learned from the SocJus authoritarians of today.

Then their evil empires might have lasted forever!

This article is listed Not-Safe-For-Snowflakes, so I hope you guys are OK with it! 😉

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