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Bama_CF

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Are members of BLM Black Supremacist?  How about the NAACP?  



No

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Thought bama didn't know who antifa is? Or was that kpi, his dildo wearing alter-ego? 



I've heard of them now. And I don't like them. But I will take them over Nazi white supremacists every day of the week. 

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Cory Gardner, GOP Senator: “Mr. President – we must call evil by its name. These were white supremacists and this was domestic terrorism, and should be named as such."

GOP Senator Grassley: “What white nationalists are doing in Charlottesville is homegrown terrorism that can't be tolerated any more than any other extremists.”

GOP Senator Rubio:  “It’s very important for the nation to hear the president describe the events on Charlottesville for what they are, a terrorist attack by white supremacists. There is nothing patriotic about Nazis, KKK, or white supremacists"

GOP Senator Rob Portman: “The tragedy in Charlottesville was an act of domestic terror. We must all condemn hatred and white nationalism.”

GOP Senator McCain:  “This was a violent terrorist attack by white supremacists and neo-Nazis, not “many sides.” White supremacists and neo-Nazis are, by definition, opposed to American patriotism and the ideals that define us as a people and make our nation special.

GOP Senator Orrin Hatch:  “We should call evil by its name. My brother didn’t die fighting Hitler so that Nazi ideas could go unchallenged here at home."

Dem Senator Dick Durbin: “No Mr. President, not many sides. There is one side with Nazi flags and Nazi salutes.”

GOP Senator Ted Cruz: “The Nazis, the KKK, and white supremacists are repulsive and evil. All of us have an obligation to speak out against the lies, bigotry, anti-semitism and hatred they propogate. Having watched the horrifying video of the car deliberately crashing into a crowd of protesters, I urge the Justice Department to immediately investigate and prosecute this grotesque act of domestic terrorism.”


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Isn't it ironic?  When Americans complain about our horrible president, his supporters love to say "you lost, get over it."

These exact same people spent 8 full years whining and lying about a far superior president. But the truly ironic part is these "get over it" people have a deep bond with 2 of the greatest LOSER CAUSES of all time, and love to wave the flags.  70 years and 150 years, and not over it yet. 


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We all know that when trump wants to criticize someone or something, HE DOES SO. Ruthlessly and very specifically. As shown by his weak ass statements today and by the White House responses to repeated follow ups from reporters (see below), he does not want to criticize the terrorist from yesterday or the white nationalist/supremacist movement. He never has. He never will. 


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In other words, given chance after chance just like with the David Duke support in the election, the answer is HELL NO I DO NOT CONDEMN WHITE SUPREMACISTS AND BECAUSE I LIKE GETTING THEIR VOTES.

To use a favorite phrase of trumps, he demonstrates a moral cowardice the likes of which we have never seen. 

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Well, well.  Sessions did not waste time making a decision. He sided with the high profile call by Cruz supported by many to conduct a formal FBI investigation of the killing in Charlottesville as an act of domestic terrorism.  Per reports he did this in defiance of trump's wishes.  

Yeah Donnie boy, your public humiliation of other Republicans like Sessions and McConnell and Murkowski is working out real well for ya.  LOL


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Here is the original source of the rumor, I mean MADE UP LIE, from yesterday afternoon that the driver who committed a terrorist act was a Leftist. This lie of course spread rapidly thru the white nationalist network online. 

[O2S79rjZRb2vQHkPXUMZ_kidrock] 

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desperate hyperventilation.  David Duke, oy vey.  
BLM and Antifa have been ultraviolent, openly attacking free speech Americans for many months.  The violence they have initiated should not be ignored. 

It seems it was the utlra-left that largely started the violence in Cville this time as well. 

Also if you look at the Nazi flags, everyone is brand new out of the box.  You can see the cheap unfolding.   Same with the confederate flags.  All new folded out of packaging.  A true nazi would have owned a flag for a long time. Not a single one without these telltale folds.  It seems most of the nazi's are plants from the left. 

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EPIC fail.  But not surprising - with Bannon, Gorka, Miller, et al in the WH.  And then there's Trump's base.  Gotta keep them happy.

From the Dallas Morning News -

Amid the violence in Virginia, President Trump failed in a test of leadership

Profile image for Dallas Morning News Editorial Dallas Morning News Editorial
 

Protests and marches have long been a part of American history; they are part of what makes America great. The First Amendment protects the right of Americans to speak and to assemble publicly.

Unfortunately, what we witnessed Saturday in Charlottesville, Va., revealed the ugliness of America. What's worse is that in its aftermath, President Donald Trump had an opportunity to show real leadership but couldn't bring himself to do it.

White supremacists, in a protest billed as a "Unite the Right" rally, gathered to rail against the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from a city park. The protests started out peacefully but as the day went on, fights broke out between the white supremacists and counterprotesters, including Black Lives Matter activists, faith leaders and the anarchist group Antifa.

When the groups spread to other parts of the city, police declared the gathering an unlawful assembly and began arresting people who remained. But that didn't stop the violence as fights continued to break out. A video showed some people encouraging fights and others using pepper spray against each other.

Once police dispersed most of the crowd, a Dodge Challenger plowed into a crowd of protesters, hurling people into the air, killing one and injuring 19 others. The driver put the car in reverse, sped backward and managed to escape before being arrested later.

At a time when such ugliness took place in the hometown of founding father Thomas Jefferson, Trump had a golden opportunity to condemn the violence and speak out against the white supremacists and white nationalists, many of whom supported him in the election against Hillary Clinton. The country needed the leader of the nation to forcefully call out these ugly — and un-American — interests.

There is no room for violence from any group, including Antifa. But on this day, it was all about white supremacists, neo-Nazis and white nationalists.

The best President Trump came up with is to say, "We want to get this situation straightened out in Charlottesville. And we want to study it. And we want to see what we're doing wrong as a country." He also blamed "hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides."

The country needed to hear the president specifically condemn white supremacists and make clear to them that while they have a First Amendment right to express their views, their hatred and bigotry run counter to the values of the United States. There will be no toleration of violence.

On Saturday, President Trump failed his country.


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Isn't it ironic?  When Americans complain about our horrible president, his supporters love to say "you lost, get over it."

These exact same people spent 8 full years whining and lying about a far superior president. 

 


You have neutered yourself, one of the dumbest posts you've ever made.  List obama's superior accomplishments except creating the biggest racial divide and false narrative ever created.  Hands up, don't shoot.  Don't poke the bear

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Sorry Fresh, but I call BS.

Like it or not, my kin died under that flag, and are buried in Savannah under it, alongside many other Georgians killed at Gettysburg.  SJW's would have me remove their grave markers that CSA on them and leave their graves unmarked.  Not gonna happen.

Should we just forget that happened, and that these men died for their country?

Slavery was 150 years ago. To be so offended by it now is stoooooopid.  It's an excuse, because, well, folks gotta have something to be pissed off at.

As for these idiots in Charlottesville - I wish like hell they would not bring the Stars and Bars with them.  It has no place there.  I seriously doubt that any of those clowns are eligible for membership in Sons of Confederate Veterans.

They too are pissed, as a reaction to what has been happening the past 8 or more years.

As for this protest - white nationalism is racist, JUST LIKE BLM IS.  If they wanna go at it, I suppose that's up to them.  They both have a right to march peacefully.  If the other group is going to show up and start trouble, then that's on the "counter protestors".

Truth be told, I think these white nationalists are outnumbered tenfold by militant minorities.


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You start yanking down Confederate statues, threatening our blood and threatening our soil then there will be like for like.

How do these things have any correlation? The Confederacy has a different meaning to the Alt-right/nationalists than it does to the common man, or especially the minorities. Removing this statue, in no way, threatens your blood or your soil. Try to see the divisiveness of Confederate symbols to a large portion of our society. While the Civil War was fought over trade issues more than slavery, it holds that slave issue as today's symbol. I've lived in Georgia since my birth and had some attraction for the Confederacy growing up. We played Hail to Dixie to start every football game and I rose with the crowd to honor it. As I've grown older, I see that it only serves as a symbol of our differences, not something that will unify our nation. Let it go. That statue means so little compared to what I am currently watching on the news in Charlottesville. 
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Yes, he should, just like he should condemn that ultra left cop hating BLM and Antifa.

Or, are they off limits?


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Wrong.  He needs to condemn the alt-right, neo-Nazi, white supremacist movement.  There is no place for any of that in America.

But he can't.
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Truth be told, I think these white nationalists are outnumbered tenfold by militant minorities.




Truth be told.

 He ignored all my points about destroying confederate war hero statues, these SJWs will not be swayed.  bamaturd, the daughter banger has been rejuvenated and likes the racial strife, he has preached racial strife since his first appearance here.  He pretended not to know antiFa and he has long been a fan of BLM.  Keep poking the bear

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Sorry Fresh, but I call BS.

Like it or not, my kin died under that flag, and are buried in Savannah under it, alongside many other Georgians killed at Gettysburg.  SJW's would have me remove their grave markers that CSA on them and leave their graves unmarked.  Not gonna happen.

Should we just forget that happened, and that these men died for their country?

Slavery was 150 years ago. To be so offended by it now is stoooooopid.  It's an excuse, because, well, folks gotta have something to be pissed off at.

As for these idiots in Charlottesville - I wish like hell they would not bring the Stars and Bars with them.  It has no place there.  I seriously doubt that any of those clowns are eligible for membership in Sons of Confederate Veterans.

They too are pissed, as a reaction to what has been happening the past 8 or more years.

As for this protest - white nationalism is racist, JUST LIKE BLM IS.  If they wanna go at it, I suppose that's up to them.  They both have a right to march peacefully.  If the other group is going to show up and start trouble, then that's on the "counter protestors".

Truth be told, I think these white nationalists are outnumbered tenfold by militant minorities.





Great post Mike. No doubt that 'white nationalists' are a tiny number of racist A holes that generate a lot of msm coverage. And no doubt that the leftist counter-protesters created the mayhem. Car driver should be summarily executed.  

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Personally, as I've said many times, this movement needs to end.

I think the BLM/Antifa types fake outrage at Confederate monuments just to have a reason to incite violence.

OTH, my kin fought for their land against a foreign invader, and there is meaning in that.  Just like their kin did in the Revolution.

I've said before - my kin had their home burned to the ground and their farm destroyed by the British during the Revolution.  The man of the house was away fighting the invaders when that happened.  This is, I suppose, deemed honorable.

His grandson had his home, on the same land, burned to the ground and his farm destroyed by Sherman, while he was away fighting the invader.  This is, I suppose, deemed dishonorable by some.  Not by me.

Around the corner from me here in Hickville is an old mill.  There are very impressive civil engineering works of ponds, mill, dam, and other water-borne control features required to operate the mill.  When the Union Army came through here, the man's two teen-aged sons went missing.  The Union of course also destroyed the dam, mill, and other works.  Destruction of the dam caused a flood, whereupon the man's 14 and 16 year old boy's bodies were unearthed.  They had their throats slit by the Union Army, well, just because they were Southerners.

They didn't own slaves.  Nobody around here did, but that didn't matter - they were Southerners, so they got their throats slit.

All the SJW's don't understand - these stories are everywhere around these parts.


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He ignored all my points about destroying confederate war hero statues, these SJWs will not be swayed.  
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I'll say this too.

As some of you know, I've been mildly critical of trump.

I didn't see his comments yesterday (spent another 12 hours repairing the kid's car and mowing the lawn - missed all the action).  But, I did read a transcript of it.

The transcript, at least, seemed to me like he condemned violence of all kinds.  He covered it, and people should move on.

As detestable as white racists are, they are entitled to peaceably assemble and make jackasses of themselves.  All of the elected making pronouncements don't move me.  They seem self-serving to me. 

Too bad they don't all make those same pronouncements when muslims kill Americans, or blacks assassinate police officers sitting in their squad cars.  I don't see "stamp out racism" stuff directed at the minorities when they do it.
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Here is the original source of the rumor, I mean MADE UP LIE


Ironic coming from you, when all you have done is lie from the minute you showed up.

Maybe the twitter was a fictional character?

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No


BS!  

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Also if you look at the Nazi flags, everyone is brand new out of the box.  You can see the cheap unfolding.   Same with the confederate flags.  All new folded out of packaging.  A true nazi would have owned a flag for a long time. Not a single one without these telltale folds.  It seems most of the nazi's are plants from the left. 


Wow - this is straight out of the Dewey playbook. Your similarities are glaring.
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lol yea, I didn't see that flag angle coming. UWa, any self-respecting nazi knows that you don't take your beloved garage-wall flag out to the rally, cuz it might get jacked up out there. You buy the cheap new one and rock that, so your good one stays fresh on the wall of your man cave.
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Wow - this is straight out of the Dewey playbook. Your similarities are glaring.


It is a great comparison Durden but if Lois Lerner had republican moles doing the IRS targeting then antiFa can pick up Nazi flags

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The DailyStormer has long been known as a leading website/organization for the white nationalist / supremacist movement. 

Go to their website and see the main article, top center, about the young lady killed yesterday in Charlottesville.  Degenerate to a degree I can't describe.  

https://www.dailystormer.com/ 



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I knew bama was a double agent. Black militant strap-on wearing lesbo who hammers her own daughter by day, white supremacist by night. bama trying to direct our dear readers to the white lunatics homepage is very crafty. Now it all makes sense.
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The DailyStormer has long been known as a leading website/organization for the white nationalist / supremacist movement.

Long known by who? I've never heard of it nor could I name any other fringe rags out there that cater to the minuscule percentage of weirdos out there. You know, kind of like sexual fetish publications dealing in incest.

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My opinion of:
BLM
Antifa

I condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence, on many sides. On many sides.

OK?
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Now we're getting somewhere, we despise the white nationalists which obama stoked, we hate the American nazi party, we hate BLM and we hate antiFa. We're great Americans like you are Fresh, but Bamaturd is scum. You know why, because we hate race baiters
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"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
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Police stand down largely to blame for violence
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/13/us/charlottesville-protests-white-nationalists.html

Antifa was spraying acid in Unite the Right marchers eyes.  Antifa initiated all the violence, minus the car incident.

While there were a few white supremacists, most Unite the Right marchers were not white identity types.

It is heartening to see the right come out and disavow extreme hate driven philosophies.  It is also heartening to see a few (Fresh) disavow the extreme left that is often initiating this violence.  You won't hear Bama taken that on. 


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Worth watching - some haven't evolved much in 75 years....



https://twitter.com/AJEnglish/status/896789613565497347https://twitter.com/AJEnglish/status/896789613565497347hthttps://twitter.com/AJEnglish/status/896789613565497347https://twitter.com/AJEnglish/status/896789613565497347tps://twitter.com/AJEnglish/status/896789613565497347

https://twitter.com/AJEnglish/status/896789613565497347

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I will never support the use of violence to further any cause. The white supremacists/nazi sympathizers initiated the violence with their actions and words. I can't blame the people who assembled to counter this disgusting group of thugs. Within any movement there will always be people that do not have Martin Luther King's resolve to make their point in a nonviolent manor. I spoke earlier about the extremists on either side of an issue not being a good place to start a discussion of their tenents. I'm not sure how I would handle being a part of the counter protest. Could I stand by when one of my fellow protesters was being beaten senseless? I hope not, but what action should I take? Many guns were being displayed by the supremists and I've heard many of you state you would never pull out a gun without an intent to use it. Complex situation.

That being said, I fully support the sentiments and message espoused by the majority of BLM and the Antifa movement supporters. Setting your focus on the extreme actions of the few will never lead us to an understanding of their positions. I also feel that the white power/nazi movement is made up of far more extremists than the others. 
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