These days, it’s hard to tell how exactly leftists determine whether or not someone is a Nazi. While you might suggest that expressions of racial supremacy — the idea that one race is superior to all the others — leftists are curiously complacent with people like Sarah Jeong, who is now a writer for the New York Times.
Thankfully, we now have a very helpful visual graphic to clear things up. Instead of just arbitrarily deciding someone is a Nazi on the spot, you can take an extra five seconds to basically do the exact same thing.
Remember: only white people can be racist, so this graphic doesn’t apply to anyone who isn’t. Asian Americans, blacks, hispanics, and everyone else is free to be as racist as they wish under leftism.
With the culture as in flux as it is, it’s important to decipher the left’s buzz words for what they actually are. When they say “Nazi”, they’re really just referring to anyone to the right of Karl Marx. When they say “diversity”, they really just mean “not white.”
Now, stop being a Nazi and embrace leftism.
~ Facts Not Memes