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Joe the dumber, illiterate fake plumber, took to his facebook page and tossed out language of genocide, "Cockroaches" to describe blacks in Ferguson.

In Germany's Weimar Republic, the word "cockroaches" was used to describe Polish Jews. Specifically, German in the 1930s saw Polish Jews as
"an East European species of cockroach".

That type of language made it pretty easy for Hitler and Goebells to spread further hatred toward Jews -- to the point where Jews were not viewed as even being human -- which led to genocide.

According to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
Alex Ruedy Linder's white supremacy group Vanguard News Network (VNN) motto is
 "No Jews. Just Right." Alex Linder once said on his radio show:

LINDER: "the thing to be done about [the Jews] is to kill them, exterminate them, get rid of them. You don't argue or reason with a cockroach; you step on it."

~Alex Linder on his radio show

By the way, Alex Linder is from Missouri and in 2004, Linder published a tabloid newspaper called The Aryan Alternative.

In Rwanda, the word "cockroaches" was used to dehumanize the Tutsis which led to genocide.  Rwanda's Radio Télévison des Milles Collines consistently called the Tutsis "cockroaches."

You have to kill the Tutsis, they're cockroaches.'
You see, when ignorant asshats are brainwashed in to thinking a group of people are "cockroaches" then, the ignorant asshats view the "cockroaches" as vermin that need to be exterminated -- which leads to genocide.

Ok, so I doubt very many people care that Joe the Dumber, fake plumber, is an illiterate fool ... but ... Joe the Dumber is clearly, by his own language of genocide, a white supremacist asshat.

In my opinion, the language of genocide Joe the Dumber, fake plumber spouts about shows that Joe the Dumber is, and wants to be, a danger to society.

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