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They didn’t make a ton of sense 70 years ago, why should they start now? 😛 (For what it’s worth, the most die-hard Nazis and die-hard Christians both tended to consider the movement ridiculous.) And yeah, you run across nationalism with religious icing from time to time. Nothing that bad these days, though, at least in my experience.

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That’s for sure. I’m still trying to figure out how to mix religion and politics in my own head, but I guess I know two ways not to.

They seem more “religion gone horribly wrong” than “patriotism gone horribly wrong” to me, but yeah.

Hah, “Positive Christianity.” Seventeen artisanal flavors of yick.

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Chapter 4, page 32
There’s so many comments this page brings to mind, but the bit about wanting to seem united and politically together when the Brits show up is such a tearjerker given the Civil War that’s coming a few years later and the British involvement in it…

Chapter 4, page 31
While most of WM isn’t all “hashtag relatable” for me, thank God, this page sure is. 😛

And come on, guys, even with your lawyer dead, you’ve still got an elementary school teacher — I’m sure she could grill someone.

Chapter 4, page 30
Oh man, she’s so pale here. D:

Chapter 4, page 28
The comic book version is much trippier (and longer!)

Chapter 4, page 28
This is why we don’t do meth and painkillers at the same time, kids.

Also, yikes, his distorted view of Basil is really creepy. I can see why he’s got it, but still creepy. (Have you ever read Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind? This page reminds me slightly of a few scenes in it.)