Unfortunately, as this past weekend has shown, those bitter losers can become powerful, especially if they're organized and well-armed, and have managed to talk each other into acts of violence.The trick now is to understand the real threat they pose without empowering them further or giving them more of the attention they so desperately crave.The Nazi-allied Japanese military invaded and occupied both islands in June 1942, as part of their campaign to control the Aleutian island chain.Allied forces retook Kiska one year later, but not without enduring one of the most embarrassing battles of the entire war. 15, 1943, as part of Operation Cottage, American and Canadian troops began landing on Kiska Island after a month of shelling the island’s Japanese stronghold.The white supremacist rally that turned violent — and then deadly — on Saturday was immediately documented by Vice News Tonight and its correspondent Elle Reeve, in a video documentary released on Monday.
He's tickled at how shocking his anti-Semitic views are and pleased with the chance to tell an actual woman that he views women as objects for men to trade, rather than autonomous human beings.
Cantwell also identified as a "men's rights activist" and wrote for the site A Voice for Men, one of the hubs of organized misogyny on the internet. It's yet another example of how the world of online anti-feminism has become a gateway to white supremacy.
He expressed his views that the state supposedly gives "women the power to have men arrested for anything without any evidence at all" and how women, in their roles of "traditionally carrying the role of raising children and supporting the men," did not evolve to have high IQs. While there hasn't been any rigid academic analysis of this phenomenon, sites like We Hunted the Mammoth, which started as a way to monitor the various and overlapping worlds of online misogyny, have tracked that when men get together to gripe about their resentment of women's growing independence, they often start drifting toward talking about "white genocide" and other white supremacist ideas. Some of the communities are geared towards older, divorced men.
Cantwell ran for Congress in 2010 as a Libertarian.
He and two friends started the "Free Keane Squad," which made it to "The Colbert Report" in 2014 because their main form of activism appeared to be chasing meter maids around and harassing them for giving people parking tickets.
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