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Dale Duncan

Dale Duncan

From Tim Vandenack in The Elkhart Truth:

Dale Duncan said Thursday, Jan. 15, that he’ll be seeking sufficient signatures to get on the November ballot as a representative of the National Socialist Movement. The Detroit-based group describes itself as a white nationalist organization, while the Southern Poverty Law Center, a national civil rights group, calls it a neo-Nazi group “notable for its violent anti-Jewish rhetoric, its racist views.”

“I’m fighting for the white race, yes, but I’m not against other races,” said Duncan, 60, who’s unemployed and relies on Social Security disability payments. He was vague on his vision if elected but singled out the education system, saying it “needs to be redone.”

Duncan lives in an east Elkhart apartment complex and generated the ire of neighbors in 2013 after he flew a Nazi flag from his unit’s balcony April 15, 2013, the day of the Boston Marathon bombing. He also flew it a few days later on Adolf Hitler’s birthday. Neighbors complained, and managers of the complex subsequently started enforcing a rule prohibiting flying flags outside individual units.

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2 thoughts on “National Socialist Petitioning to Run for Mayor of Elkhart, Indiana

  1. paulie

    “Duncan, 60, who’s unemployed and relies on Social Security disability payments.”

    Typical neo-nazi.

    I think Hitler had disabled people killed (neo-nazis don’t believe me, but that’s only because they don’t believe the nazi holocaust happened).

  2. Jed Ziggler Post author

    According to the book “Hitler’s Willing Executioners”, the disabled and the infirm were originally Holocaust targets as well as targets for sterilization, but public outcry ended the practice. Such an outcry did not come forth for the Jews, thus why the book argues that it was not only the Nazi government that was responsible for the Holocaust, it was the German people.

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