Post Reply Yvette Felarca being arrested during Patriot Prayer rally
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Posted 9/28/17 , edited 10/1/17
Yvette Felarca being arrested during Patriot Prayer rally this is like her fourth time being charged with starting a riot, battery and resisting arrest.. she also been put on leave a bit ago for recruiting kids In Berkeley into her terrorist groups.

wen do we say enough is enough and lock this sociopath up for 10 to 20 years.

what do you think would be best way to deal with this Teacher who teaches in Berkeley who also happens to be part of multiple terrorist groups.

http://www.ktvu.com/news/media-counterprotesters-outnumber-small-group-at-patriot-prayer-rally

http://www.theblaze.com/news/2017/09/27/left-winger-who-openly-endorses-violence-arrested-yet-again-this-time-for-rioting-in-berkeley/


How would be the best way to deal with Antifa it self who is nothing more than the next KKK group.. targeting anyone who is not on the left... with violence.




not for those that don't like to see ugly gruesome things.
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Both organizations are wrong. Nor do they represent the political partied they represented at the time. Today or then.


Jeez, has she at least been fired from her school?
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RyukoKuroki wrote:

Both organizations are wrong. Nor do they represent the political partied they represented at the time. Today or then.


Jeez, has she at least been fired from her school?


Nope, she is protected by the teachers Union.
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Oh jeez, they should at least make an exception for that, while I don't like what some people perceive as "Fascism" I can't ever agree with rioting or violent protests. It helps no one, least all your own side. Was she actually trying to recruit kids for her movement?
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RyukoKuroki wrote:

Oh jeez, they should at least make an exception for that, while I don't like what some people perceive as "Fascism" I can't ever agree with rioting or violent protests. It helps no one, least all your own side. Was she actually trying to recruit kids for her movement?


Despite repeated warnings, the district said Felarca continued to try to recruit students into her radical organization, including during work hours. The leftist teacher frequently tried to bring students on school-sponsored trips to BAMN-related activities, the district said, describing the trips as attempts to “indoctrinate” the students.
The school district accused Felarca and other BAMN members of weaponizing students to derail disciplinary hearings for Felarca, after student protesters repeatedly swarmed into the disciplinary hearings. The school district claimed that Felarca and other BAMN members “were actively trying to brainwash and manipulate” students to serve her “own selfish interests,” calling her conduct “particularly reprehensible.” Felarca continues teaching today.
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not for those that don't like to see ugly gruesome things.


I can put up with ugly gruesome things.

Abject stupidity on the other hand.

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Is it just me... or does the broken English in so many of these threads make me just want to ignore the person who uses English incorrectly.

It makes me feel like that if they are not even willing to try to use correct grammar, then they won't bother with other things of equal difficulty...
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Is it just me... or does the broken English in so many of these threads make me just want to ignore the person who uses English incorrectly.

It makes me feel like that if they are not even willing to try to use correct grammar, then they won't bother with other things of equal difficulty...


I know that feel. However, I try to keep in mind that English is not everyone's first language. If they can convey their ideas clearly and accurately we can still have a dialogue. That being said, their fluency and grammar ought to keep up with the subject they want to discuss. I ignore or don't engage when it seems like someone can't make it happen in the grammar department, but it comes more from realizing that it will hinder communication than it comes from my assuming their lack of English ability means they are just lazy, incompetent, or whatever.
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The issue is, these people have been US natives that I am thinking about. There are foreigners who speak vastly better English then these natives. It feels so sad.

I could name 4 different forumers that have major English issues and all claim to be US natives.
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The issue is, these people have been US natives that I am thinking about. There are foreigners who speak vastly better English then these natives. It feels so sad.

I could name 4 different forumers that have major English issues and all claim to be US natives.


Sprechen Sie Deutsch?
Yes I was born in America, but my family moved to Germany before I was even a year old. Their I spent childhood, Learning mostly Deutsch and a bit of broken English. After moving again I spent a few years in many countries so un po' italiano but nothing to be proud of. It was not till later wen I moved back to America as a young teen that I started to learn english in Louisiana. I now reside in small town in NY. My English grammar was good enough to get me through both highschool and college, no teachers seem to have issues with it, so question is your issue with my grammar superficial at best in a direct attempt at denouncing what I have to say? Because that is the vibe I get from you. (sorry if that's not true.)

Now can we get back on the threads topic?
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Ja, ich spreche Deutsch.

I moved to Germany while I was 3 myself. I learned both German and English. I am proficient in both.

As for getting to the main topic, edit it to have proper grammar and maybe I will think about being on topic. Show some level of willingness to be proper and I will reply in kind!

Edit: Looking at original post and after I called you out shows huge improvement. Now if only you could do that at the start of a thread! It makes you look much more professional.

Edit 2: In OP, it shows that you are calling out for violence. I don't condone that. Could be grammar, or you could be saying to be violent to Antifa, which is against the forum rules. You may want to check that out.

Edit 3: You ask why I am off topic, because bad grammar leads to confusion which may lead to derailing the topic. As looking above, you are either breaking forum rules, or your grammar is poorly done and you mean something different. I won't work on a thread in which I don't even know what you are saying.
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Posted 9/30/17 , edited 10/1/17
Ah, Yvette. She does seem to be everywhere, doesn't she?
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