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Dark_Alma wrote:

And the "republicans" are more akin to ISIS than republicans anyways. *cough cough*


A foolish comment with no basis in reality. Does ISIS advocate personal responsibility? Or believe in the free market? Or believe it's citizens have the right to bear arms? Or freely speak and assemble? Hell ISIS won't even tolerate caricatures of their Prophet without issuing death threats.

America's liberals are more akin to ISIS in their intolerance of opposing thoughts and ideas. They even want to dictate what halloween costumes we can wear. Do some research and at least appear somewhat informed

/www.thefire.org/cases/protesters-at-yale-threaten-free-speech-demand-apologies-and-resignations-from-faculty-members-over-halloween-email/

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/10/us/university-missouri-protesters-block-journalists-press-freedom.html
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To be fair, Trump does inspire a lot of violence as far as attracting the racist, homophobic, gun toting hillbillies and tinfoil hat wearers goes, as well as the borderline nazi crowd, and those guys are no walk in the park. They're actually pretty fucking nasty. Sure, the extremist liberal side is cancer as well, but c'mon, the far right is equally bad.

Let's just say that in all cases that extremism is cancer and inspires violence with its close mindedness, with the same common goal; to silence the opposition in whatever way works most effectively.

Although, I hate Trump and wouldn't mind slapping him rather hard, obviously I think outright violence against him as far as shooting goes is stupid and doesn't solve anything, but he does deserve some level of reality bitchslapping. The guy is a fucking waste of oxygen that could be going to someone a lot more sensible. Everything he spouts is drivel and he just... I mean, for god's sakes, corn hair and oompa loompa tan, he's basically plucked straight from r/punchablefaces for gods sake
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I just ignore HuffingtonPost. They allow comments. People who go to comment sites usually are well.....stupid or uninformed, and the articles pander to that in most cases. Huffngtonpost included.
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Posted 6/8/16

animegirl2222 wrote:

To be fair, Trump does inspire a lot of violence as far as attracting the racist, homophobic, gun toting hillbillies and tinfoil hat wearers goes, as well as the borderline nazi crowd, and those guys are no walk in the park. They're actually pretty fucking nasty. Sure, the extremist liberal side is cancer as well, but c'mon, the far right is equally bad.

Let's just say that in all cases that extremism is cancer and inspires violence with its close mindedness, with the same common goal; to silence the opposition in whatever way works most effectively.

Although, I hate Trump and wouldn't mind slapping him rather hard, obviously I think outright violence against him as far as shooting goes is stupid and doesn't solve anything, but he does deserve some level of reality bitchslapping. The guy is a fucking waste of oxygen that could be going to someone a lot more sensible. Everything he spouts is drivel and he just... I mean, for god's sakes, corn hair and oompa loompa tan, he's basically plucked straight from r/punchablefaces for gods sake


I don't think extremism is inherently bad.

Barry Goldwater, 1964 Presidential nominee for the Republicans,a high conservative, sums it up nicely.

"I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice! And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue!"


Though I might be confused on something. Someone who is consistently liberal could be considered extremely liberal, but not extreme in how they express their views, is that what you mean? So someone who express their views violently or disruptively could be considered extreme in another sense, much like Earth Liberation Force or the former KKK, and should be avoided?
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Dark_Alma wrote:

And the "republicans" are more akin to ISIS than republicans anyways. *cough cough*


A foolish comment with no basis in reality. Does ISIS advocate personal responsibility? Or believe in the free market? Or believe it's citizens have the right to bear arms? Or freely speak and assemble? Hell ISIS won't even tolerate caricatures of their Prophet without issuing death threats.

America's liberals are more akin to ISIS in their intolerance of opposing thoughts and ideas. They even want to dictate what halloween costumes we can wear. Do some research and at least appear somewhat informed

/www.thefire.org/cases/protesters-at-yale-threaten-free-speech-demand-apologies-and-resignations-from-faculty-members-over-halloween-email/

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/10/us/university-missouri-protesters-block-journalists-press-freedom.html


I do believe you are taking me far too seriously, honey. He was shit posting a false statement, so I decided to do the same.

American republicans, compared to the rest of the world though, are still far farther right then any other party. I mean, you have Trump! And Trump is winning... and the rest of the world fears Trump as the new Hitler... Yea. Fun stuff.
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I don't think violence will solve anything in this case. Rather his supporters need to be brought to light to see Trump is not good for America.
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nanikore2 wrote:

Um

Can someone give me a plain English translation of the original post


Well, it says.....uh......hoo-boy.


Hm. Guess if the post has to do about Trump (I see that in the title...) It's time to give my canned reply:

Who cares, Hillary is our next president anyways
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Personally, I don't agree with Trump but violence solves absolutely nothing -- except making more violence.
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Rather his supporters need to be brought to light to see Trump is not good for America.


That isn't going to happen. Ever. These people are going to go to their grave swearing the entire problem with America is it never elected Trump. Remember, there are people that still think Obama is a Muslim foreigner, Iraq had WMDs and jet fuel can't melt steel beams.

The GOP has spent Obama's entire administration cultivating a voter base that's completely distrustful of any information that doesn't conform to their worldview or come from one of a handful of approved sources. They've spent years convincing people that there's a vast, liberal conspiracy in The Media(tm) thats forever out to try and trick them away from the path of Real America(tm). A Real America(tm) which literally everyone is out to "take" from them somehow.

There's no way in fuck they're going to suddenly see reason at this point. If they've supported Trump this long despite everything I doubt reason factors much into their thought process to begin with.
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Political violence is incorrect, it's essentially just a form of censorship. If you're an American then you believe in a marketplace of ideas. Trump should be allowed to say whatever he wants short of inciting violence and his detractors should be allowed mock him for being an overt bigot whose "policies" lack substance to the point where they are indistinguishable from that of the incoherent ramblings of a man on the verge of Alzheimers.
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Dark_Alma wrote:




But Satan was an alien that disobeyed his race's laws and freed humanity of the mind control put forth by the controller aliens!

Succubae give you great pleasure and just take a little vitality. Is it really any different than normal women, well I guess women also ask for money so Succubae have 1 up on them.



Someone doesn't read enough fiction. Pick up a bible and some medieval era books and do some reading.

Edit: An original succubae that hasn't been romanticized...
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6b/Succubus_bracket_02.jpg


> Was implying Satan and the Angels were aliens
> Gets accused of not reading enough fiction

Still looks better than the fat parasites we have nowadays.
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Typical left, lol.
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OK. So the author brings up all these substantial criticisms of the political right in the US and the Trump campaign in particular, all of which are perfectly viable avenues for civil legislative, executive, and perhaps even judicial opposition in absence of any violent behaviour whatsoever. These are points of criticism that are receiving, if Trump's unfavourable figures are any indication, nationwide sympathy in enormous numbers. I'm really not seeing the need for violent action there in light of a substantial and viable alternative path that doesn't involve violence.

The author further cites the Stonewall riots as an example of successful violent action eventually manifesting itself into a peaceful reform movement that aims to preserve the civil and human rights of LGBT people. What the author forgets to mention is that what happened at Stonewall was a direct, proportional response to brutal police crackdowns against LGBT people in the name of homophobia and transphobia wrapped in McCarthyist paranoia, and that where the Stonewall rioters' next move was to establish peaceful communities, protest to receive a fair share of the USA's pie, and run for public office to enact reforms themselves other groups who resorted to violence (such as the more radical segment of the black nationalist movement) ended up becoming criminal syndicates that endure to this day.

The author mentions that the response to the rise of Fascism in Europe was a violent one on the part of the Allies (particularly the USSR), but forgets to mention that the USSR's own formation through revolution entailed spilling the blood of democratic socialists, social democrats, anarchist socialists, labour unions, and anyone else that proved inconvenient to the Bolsheviks' vision and/or power. The author forgets that the reason the USSR and Germany began fighting one another wasn't because of Stalin's fears for Europe's collective soul under the rising tide of Fascism (that was the reason expressed in Soviet propaganda), but rather because Hitler invaded the Soviet Union. What response, pray tell, would Stalin have given if not a violent one to invasion?

I'm with Bernie Sanders on this:


Violence is absolutely and totally unacceptable...Anyone even thinking about violence, please do not tell anybody you are a Bernie Sanders supporter, because those are not the supporters that I want...I understand how reprehensible and disgraceful Donald Trump’s positions are, I can understand the anger, I surely can, because I feel it. The bigotry that is coming from his mouth, the insults to the Mexican community, and the Latino community, and the Muslim community, and women, and African Americans, and veterans, I understand the anger...We will defeat Trump, but the way to defeat Trump is not by violence, The way to defeat him is not by violence of any kind, not by personal harassment, it’s by educating, by organizing and bringing people out to vote.



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Vote for Marcus Octavius 2016! :D


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JanusCascade wrote:

Vote for Marcus Octavius 2016! :D


A chicken in every pot with Marcus Octavius!

#MakeAmericaRomeAgain



That right my dear, make America like Ancient Rome!

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