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14 hours ago, Baron said:

The only thing missing from Nadler's pictures are the round red nose and the big floppy shoes. 

Yup.  Hes an utter disgrace.  He said the mobs were a myth.  It takes a special kind of stupid to deny video evidence

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On 7/27/2020 at 6:40 PM, Sirhornsalot said:

Nothing like being the very thing you say you're trying to fight. What a crock. Now whites and Jews are sub-human and somehow, this is not racist in some minds.

https://www.frontpagemag.com/point/2020/07/black-lives-matter-south-carolina-founder-nothing-daniel-greenfield/?fbclid=IwAR2E-zHWpCvIl9t3_j266fw6gXLxWdYwuwfd5I0IP7JldFANqFHBlwC77gc#.XxfX1STddN-.facebook

You have short-term memory loss...only whites can be racist. It was stated as so in the recruiting thread.

Black Lives Matter is a terrorist, Marxist organization.  That being said, black lives matter. Notice the lack of capitalization. 

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2 hours ago, PTA said:

You have short-term memory loss...only whites can be racist. It was stated as so in the recruiting thread.

Black Lives Matter is a terrorist, Marxist organization.  That being said, black lives matter. Notice the lack of capitalization. 

 

 This article is more than 1 month old

Violence by far right is among US’s most dangerous terrorist threats, study find

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/27/us-far-right-violence-terrorist-threat-analysis

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1 hour ago, primal defense said:

 

 This article is more than 1 month old

Violence by far right is among US’s most dangerous terrorist threats, study find

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/27/us-far-right-violence-terrorist-threat-analysis

You need to use a source much more believable than a liberal propaganda machine.

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BLM is a terrorist group now?? Interesting. So along those lines, I guess those right wing extremists committed a terrorist attack in Charlottesville. Oh let’s not forget about the right wing terrorist who killed fellow Texans in El Paso. Oh there was the 2012 temple shooting in Wisconsin. Wait wasn’t there a right wing terrorist in Charleston?? That’s right, he went and prayed with a group of African American churchgoers before killing them. Did we forget about the right wing nut who mailed pipe bombs to people?? Oh I’m assuming you don’t consider all these events as terrorism. These killings and attempted killings by right winged people don’t compare to BLM in y’all’s eyes. Ok. 

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On 8/2/2020 at 3:45 PM, hornsups said:

BLM is a terrorist group now?? Interesting. So along those lines, I guess those right wing extremists committed a terrorist attack in Charlottesville. Oh let’s not forget about the right wing terrorist who killed fellow Texans in El Paso. Oh there was the 2012 temple shooting in Wisconsin. Wait wasn’t there a right wing terrorist in Charleston?? That’s right, he went and prayed with a group of African American churchgoers before killing them. Did we forget about the right wing nut who mailed pipe bombs to people?? Oh I’m assuming you don’t consider all these events as terrorism. These killings and attempted killings by right winged people don’t compare to BLM in y’all’s eyes. Ok. 

1. Yes, and they've always been a domestic terrorist organization. Myself and a few others practically begged you to read their site and their manifesto.

2. Charlottesville began rather innocently with a group wanting to preserve and protect historical landmarks and statues. They obtained permits to be there and protest. Another group showed up to counter protest. Both of these groups were peaceful in what they were doing. Two other groups showed up and turned it into a racial fracas. Each were on the opposite ends of the issue and both were extremists, fanatical. So no, this was not a right wing terrorist attack. it was a Right-Left throw down. 

3. The Sikhs are very much aligned with Christians as far as basic values and morals. Whites generally admire the Sikhs and their way of life. But I'll give you this one anyway since the killer was an admitted white supremacist.

4. The El Paso killer reportedly fired randomly, so that's not selecting your victims. Nevertheless, this guy had a manifesto that was both racist and bigoted, so I'll also go along with this one.

Quick question for you . . . how many deaths so far since BLM began "protesting?"

If you know and still think they're legit – why?

If you don't know and still think they're legit - why?

It's not like this stuff has been hidden.

How many children in Chicago have been shot so far this year? Just the number of children?

And who shot them?

Hornsup, I think maybe we're both mistaken about at least some of this. IMO, we have a serious mental health problem in this nation that we do nothing about, except ignore it.

In 1972, we had more mental health facilities than we do today. 10 times more despite an obvious gigantic increase in population. So we have a lot of wackos out there that we are forced to trust to "take their meds" and we suffer when they get tired of doing that.

Let's face it, you have to be pretty messed up in the head to conduct a mass killing, no matter what your reason is.

I view racial killings as the result of mental sickness because it requires a mental sickness to see the world that way, IMO. To see your brother that way.

I encourage you to read for yourself the details surrounding BLM. The devil is always in the details my friend.

Anarchists have taken over your movement, it's not what you think.

George Floyd would have never wanted cities to burn. BLM never shows up unless there is a political opportunity involved, period. Just ask the dead kids in Chicago.

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"I don't really care if we're colorblind, but I would like to get to the place that when you see somebody who is Black, you don't have preconceived notions of what they're capable of, who they are -- by the way, what they think, which is I think a problem of the left," Rice said in a video interview with The New York Times' Peter Baker at the forum. "You look at somebody who's Black and you think you know what they think, or you at least think you know what they ought to think."

Rice's comments came after Joe Biden argued African Americans who can't decide whether to vote for him or President Trump “ain’t black.”

"I actually don't know why anybody wants to defend the Confederacy and Confederate monuments," Rice said. "I also don't know why anybody wants to tear down a statue of Abraham Lincoln and slaves, which was actually funded by freed slaves. So this has gotten a little out of control, frankly, and I don't want to be the Soviet Union where we're trying to erase history."

Condoleezza Rice

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