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The Anti-Defamation League reported that Georgia Governor Nathan Deal appointed an anti-immigrant activist, Phil Kent to the Georgia Immigration Enforcement Review Board.  

Phil Kent is a white-supremacist and his own words confirm this: "What will be the values and ideas of a multicultural America? What will it mean to be white after 'whiteness' no longer defines the cultural mainstream?"

The ADL also goes on to say that “Kent fears that whites will "flee into whiteness. They will move to where other fair-skinned brethren are to retain their identity – nostalgically yearning for an American authenticity where everyone speaks English.” (http://regions.adl.org/...)

Kent’s thoughts are similar to Nazi propaganda. Especially those disseminated by Alfred Rosenberg i.e., the Nordic Theory. The theory basically states that blacks (or people of color) and Jews are the lowest race in humanity, basically subhuman and the Nordic Race (German and Scandinavian whites) are the highest, in short fully-human.

Taking this theory literally, Germans constantly feared an infiltration of the their race by outsiders and were openly hostile to mixed-marriages, and foreigners within their borders. They believed that their Nordicness had degenerated when they mingled with supposed inferior peoples. This is what Kent fears and his above cited words attest to this. All we have to do is substitute Nordicness for Whiteness.

We all know where this theory led from world history. It gave us nothing more than genocide and blatant discrimination.

We do not need to head down that path again.

That is why Governor Nathan Deal needs to revoke his appointment of Phil Kent to the Georgia Immigration Enforcement Review Board.

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