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Antifa Activities Now Classified as Domestic Terrorism in US

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CheapScotch wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 8:39 pm
Jeez, first you call me a Nazi because I don't agree with your idolizing Antifa, and now you seem to be accusing me of being unpatriotic.

Yes, our soldiers fought the Nazis in WW2, but I choose to believe they were fighting for our freedoms, and that includes freedom of speech - and it is pretty hard to speak freely when someone who doesn't agree with you is trying to punch you in face. Smiling Face With Open Mouth

Oh, FYI:

- If you don't agree with what someone is saying and punch them in the face because if it, you are a criminal.
- If you are a soldier in wartime and kill an enemy soldier (who has not surrendered to you), you are not a criminal.

Thank you for not insulting our vets by comparing them to Antifa thugs.
I didnt call you a Nazi. You are the one who admitted that you are defending their ideology. See post #106.
our soldiers fought the Nazis in WW2, but I choose to believe they were fighting for our freedoms, and that includes freedom of speech


It doesnt matter what you believe. Our soldiers fought them in WW2 and now Antifa and other groups are opposing them.
and now you seem to be accusing me of being unpatriotic.


Pretty sure you are not patriotic when you admit to supporting Alt Right Nazis. Im not the one who said this, You did.
Thank you for not insulting our vets by comparing them to Antifa thugs.
Nice try. Our vets fought the Nazi's. Same thing I am against. You cant skew history, man. Unless you are saying its patriotic to support Nazis?. That is beyond silly.
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Kingmoo wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 8:28 pm
You need to try harder than that kraftD1. Try to make it just a little believable.

Sentiments are a changing. Western world isnt going to put up with this kinda crap much longer. And when that happens, trust me, its gonna get real nasty
I assume by the "western world" you mean your Russian pupper masters?

http://www.salon.com/2017/08/17/trump-t ... no-secret/


"It is especially important, to introduce geopolitical disorder into internal American activity, encouraging all kinds of separatism and ethnic, social and racial conflicts, actively supporting all dissident movements–extremist, racist, and sectarian groups, thus destabilizing internal political processes in the U.S.” (Foundations of Geopolitics)


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Kingmoo wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 9:40 pm
are you even canadian? or do you just hate canada?
Do you? It seems to me that it's you and your comrades that are always railing against what has made Canada, Canada. Multi-culturalism, diversity, accepting of others, peace, order and good government. It certainly seems like you hate everything about Canada.
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Ojam wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 10:34 pm
Do you? It seems to me that it's you and your comrades that are always railing against what has made Canada, Canada. Multi-culturalism, diversity, accepting of others, peace, order and good government. It certainly seems like you hate everything about Canada.
Multi-culturalism, diversity, accepting of others: all basically the same thing... Regardless, none of this is ok if we invite terrorists in

Peace: not after inviting terrorists...

Good government : lol... Who's doing the inviting?

See a pattern here?
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Ojam wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 10:34 pm
Do you? It seems to me that it's you and your comrades that are always railing against what has made Canada, Canada. Multi-culturalism, diversity, accepting of others, peace, order and good government. It certainly seems like you hate everything about Canada.
Seems strange that you and raider neglect to remember that the person who instituted the cultural mosaic policy in Canada was Pierre Trudeau who was a rather large fan of the Russians and the communist system. And them pointing out that the key to destabilization was supporting the policies Pierre pushed. Hmm.
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AndySixx wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 10:59 pm
"Nazis"
"WW2" (1930s and 40s)
"History"

I think you, like your Antifa buddies, are lost in the wrong century. If you feel so strongly compelled to fight Nazis build a time travel machine.

Gonna be interesting when the left picks up on the "#DeusVult" meme and starts attacking people calling them Crusaders.
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You can call those people nazis all you want but what have they ever done to deserve that trademark. The only bad nazis i know of are the German SS, and even that's a very small percentage of Nazis
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kevindurant1 wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 8:08 pm
Our WW2 vets were literally the ORIGINAL Antifa.
Who can forget the Van Doos and the Princess Pats beating up fathers and sons on our streets? :rolleyes:



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M_Matt wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 11:17 pm
Who can forget the Van Doos and the Princess Pats beating up fathers and sons on our streets? :rolleyes:
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Killed by a Nazi.



Injured some more people.

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Killed by an Alt Right.



You know what this code word means.



Supremacist leader literally saying that they will kill "all" these people if they have to ON CAMERA.

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I thought we were all on the same side here but it seems nazis and white supremacists have their fair share of supporters on here. Go figure.
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JayLove06 wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 4:05 am
I thought we were all on the same side here but it seems nazis and white supremacists have their fair share of supporters on here. Go figure.
That is true ONLY if you believe that one's defense of the rights of an individual or group to speak proves or implies that person supports the message of the speaker...only if you believe that I cannot disagree with the white supremacist message while advocating for their right to express it.
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silky28 wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 7:06 am
That is true ONLY if you believe that one's defense of the rights of an individual or group to speak proves or implies that person supports the message of the speaker...only if you believe that I cannot disagree with the white supremacist message while advocating for their right to express it.
But yet such a difference when the discussion concerns BLM.

Would people defend to the end of the earth....the rights of a rapist or murderer? I certainly wouldn't. Just noting the differences in the conversation is all.
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AndySixx wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 7:55 am
What concerns me is vigilantism, especially people turning to vigilantism merely because an election didn't go their way, throwing fits, labeling everyone they disagree with as Nazis, and literally attacking people, throwing feces and urine on them, pepper spraying them, or just beating them to a pulp as a result.

I thought the idea was fighting fascism but we see who the fascists really are.
Running them over with cars, showing up in armed crowds on their university campuses, rallying with flaming torches around a statue of a guy who fought to defend slavery, and so on too. It's pretty disgusting what kinds of violence people will turn a blind eye to (or even actively defend, on the part of the president) as long as it fits their narrative.
Could HAVE, not could OF. What does 'could of' even mean?
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Piro21 wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 10:41 am
Running them over with cars, showing up in armed crowds on their university campuses, rallying with flaming torches around a statue of a guy who fought to defend slavery, and so on too. It's pretty disgusting what kinds of violence people will turn a blind eye to (or even actively defend, on the part of the president) as long as it fits their narrative.
well ... "Violence is not violence bud." ... "as long as it fits their narrative" ... Confused Face
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Piro21 wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 10:41 am
showing up in armed crowds on their university campuses
That doesn't happen in isolation from the violence on the Left for it is, in fact, the result of violence on the Left. How many times should people attending talks by conservatives endure beatings at the hands of ANTIFA et al with no police protection, before they begin to defend themselves?

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