Why is BBC so deliberately painting a picture of Trump as a Nazi when he's as far you can get from it, while doing the opposite with islamofascist sharia muslims?
BBC Today with Nick Robinson and John Humphreys: What's the difference between white nationalists whom Trump condemns and disavows of, and the "alt-right" that supports him?
Klevius: What a weird question, keeping in mind that BBC started the report with a soundbite of some fringe American nationalists shouting "Heil Trump" (compare a similar situation with black supremacists heiling Obama and Nation of Islam).
BBC's cherry picked guest ("expert on white supremacism") then worried that although Breitbart News and Bannon etc. condemn and disavow of racism, anti-semitism etc. - but are critical of islam - don't distinguish between racist nationalists and the alt-right movement.
Klevius: Well, isn't that what BBC does all the time with islam and sharia islamofascism? The only exception being when muslims use bombs, knives etc. against the "wrong" target. Otherwise whatever Human Rights violating sharia muslim is just considered a muslim in general committed to islam in general.
Immediately after this hateful and deliberately divisive "news report", as it happened, BBC started talking about Nazi Germany and Anne Frank - all in an effort to paint a picture for its listeners (especially the ignorant ones - and younger people already well brainwashed about "the great religion of islam" at school, by BBC etc.) that Trump somehow could be connected to Hitler and German Nationalsocialism (aka Nazism).