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This is a question about two terms - you wouldn't find either of them in a dictionary yet. Let's call them X and Y.

Both X and Y refer to groups of people who believe in two separate American (where else?) controversies.

X is the older of the two, having been around for a couple of years. It was coined principally in opposition to one person. The term's associated controversy flared up once again in the end of April, but has significantly died down since. Partly because of events associated with Y. Y was coined in early May 2011 (by online media).

Both X and Y are coined from nouns, which are the exact opposite of each other. Which two words are these?

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