Whoever said “those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it” would probably laugh at brainless actor Seth Rogen.
Comrade Rogen not only does not remember the past, he misapplies whatever he does know with his hollow virtue-signaling.
In an inane tweet, Rogen illustrated why most actors should stick to parroting lines other people write for them. Why? Because he inadvertently outed himself as a fan of murderous anti-Nazi dictator Joseph Stalin.
Rogen set himself up for an epic Twitter evisceration when he defended the violent alt-left anarchists who had stormed Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend.
The alt-left antifa started throwing fists at racist white supremacists and neo-Nazis who had gathered for a rally. The violence quickly heated up, leaving one young woman dead.
“The idea that Nazis and people who oppose Nazis are somehow equatable is the most batsh*t f*cking crazy sh*t I’ve ever f*cking heard,” Rogen tweeted.
The idea that Nazis and people who oppose Nazis are somehow equatable is the most batshit fucking crazy shit I've ever fucking heard.
— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) August 16, 2017
First of all, nobody said that, dumb*ss. Like a typical clueless moonbat, Rogen trashed President Trump after he condemned the white supremacists, neo-Nazis, racism and violence by both the alt-left and the alt-right.
The bloated leftist buffoon condoned the violence of the antifa anarchists because to him, they’re all good people. How does he know? Because they oppose Nazis. (Um, so do the vast majority of people around the world, including Trump, whom Rogen hates).
Here’s some background for context: Rogen is half-American and half-Canadian. His parents — whom he has described as “radical Jewish socialists” — met on a kibbutz in Israel. Rogen’s dad was an assistant director of the Workmen’s Circle, a Jewish social justice warrior group.
Rogen is right: Nazis are evil and should be stamped out. But so should violent alt-left antifa anarchists. They make law-abiding liberals look bad, and should be disavowed by everyone on the left.
Twitter was quick to give Seth Rogen a history lesson by reminding him that totalitarian dictator Joseph Stalin also opposed Hitler and the Nazis. In fact, no one has killed more Nazis than Stalin. Did that make him a good person? Using Rogen’s reasoning, it does.
Stalin is credited with having murdered more than 40 million people. Let that sink in, Seth.
dear lord, read a history book you clown. https://t.co/CvpxNZSSdT
— David Harsanyi (@davidharsanyi) August 17, 2017
Hey Seth, not everyone who opposes Nazis is good. Ever heard of a man named Joseph Stalin? https://t.co/l9K69Zc0nj
— Tom Seline (@Tom_Seline) August 18, 2017
— Mr. Miller (@JmeMiller1974) August 18, 2017
Never heard of Stalin, apparently. https://t.co/mVcZCDrJZe
— Morry Christ-Mos ☃️ (@molratty) August 17, 2017
Someone appears to be a fan of Stalin… https://t.co/1clQnif9EO
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) August 18, 2017
So, these people aren’t as bad as Nazis to you? https://t.co/rE8kz94ftj
— Pitt Lefto (@JLongb0ne) August 16, 2017
You can be a horrible human being & still figure out Nazis are bad.
Good person implies anti-Nazi.
Anti-Nazi does NOT imply good person. https://t.co/0o3JfhTOMC
— The Ivory Pomegranate (Debbie) (@mosesmosesmoses) August 17, 2017
"B-but they're fighting Nazis, they're the good guys!"
Actually, no. They're trying to literally fuck your country from the ground up. pic.twitter.com/rlKGsVHbOb
— Oliver Campbell (@oliverbcampbell) August 17, 2017
Remember who the real Nazi is: Democratic mega-donor George Soros, who’s bankrolling the violent antifa riots around the world. In his youth, Soros actually worked for the Nazi party.
— Melissa A. (@TheRightMelissa) August 13, 2017
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