The Cast of Cthulhu: The Ritual

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  1. FictionIsntReal says:

    I had heard of Robert E. Howard’s racism before, and not just in his fiction but in letters he wrote. He was from the western frontier and his thoughts reflected that. It wasn’t a lack of diversity he was reacting to but the actual collision of different people in that region. Similarly, the rise of neo-nazi movements in Sweden isn’t predictable because it’s overwhelmingly white, since it has been so for so long in the past without that. Rather, there would have been no point in such a movement when it was completely homogenous prior to recent immigration. Within the US, the KKK started in the south, the least white part of the continental US.

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