Do all white supremacists use Roman historical figures and Norse mytholigical figures

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    ...as screen names? I sometimes see Greek ones in there too. But then you don't really see any Slavic ones or Spanish or Portuguese.... nor too many Celtic ones...
     
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    I'm partial to Revolutionary War era white guys.
     
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    So you are a white supremacist?

    I thought one of their tenets was to hate Jews.

    You don't see to many white supremacists with screen names like "Ivan the terrible" either... "Vlad the impaler," Brian Boru... all white guys...
     
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    I go for a Nazi myself. Gets to the point faster.

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    You mean like the white supremacist who run the NFL's Super Bowl?

    More evidence that the NFL is a bunch of white supremacists!

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    The OP is an idiot.
     
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    I don't have a large enough sample size to know.


    It wasn't until real recently I understood the significance of the name "William Joyce" for that matter.

    Anyway, as soon as you say "yes" to a question like this, someone will come along and prove you wrong by choosing a different name.
     
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    Nazis suck. But Rome was the bomb!
     
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    That's what Alaric and his crew thought when they rolled into the imperial city.
     
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    The use of both Roman and Norse mythology by white supremicists can be traced, as usual, back to Nazism in Germany. To Hitler the trappings of Rome implied power, and consolidation of that power into the almighty state. Look at the architecure preferred during this period.

    As for the Norse mythology Nazim in general was hostile to christianty, and several leading Nazi's saw the old norse pagan religons as an accetpable substitute. One can look at how the SS operated, utilizing multiple norse symbols in thier various ceremonies to see the path they expected to take.
     

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