White Lives Matter?

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  • gimmesometruth27gimmesometruth27 St. Fuckin LouisPosts: 15,954
    PJ_Soul said:
    I totally agree with you HFD, and I honestly can't believe how blind to that so many privileged white people are. I'm just glad I'm not trapped in that bubble.
    part of being privileged is not knowing about it so you never have to check your privilege.
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  • unsungunsung Posts: 7,881
    Too much self loathing and virtue signaling in this thread.
  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 9,523
    unsung said:
    Too much self loathing and virtue signaling in this thread.
    Coming from someone who fears elimination of the white race.
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  • oftenreadingoftenreading Victoria, BCPosts: 6,319
    Because the right has a bit of a shaky grasp on what actually is virtuous these days, they have a hard time recognizing it
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  • oftenreadingoftenreading Victoria, BCPosts: 6,319
    unsung said:
    Too much self loathing and virtue signaling in this thread.
    Are we playing buzzword bingo again?
    my small self... like a book amongst the many on a shelf
  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 9,428
    unsung said:
    Too much self loathing and virtue signaling in this thread.
    Are we playing buzzword bingo again?
    Apparently we are, bootlicking beta cuck statist virtue signaling snowflakes!
    Monkey Driven, Call this Living?
  • oftenreadingoftenreading Victoria, BCPosts: 6,319
    rgambs said:
    unsung said:
    Too much self loathing and virtue signaling in this thread.
    Are we playing buzzword bingo again?
    Apparently we are, bootlicking beta cuck statist virtue signaling snowflakes!

    I think we have a Bingo!
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  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 722
    It is my goal that whenever I meet a black person, or people of a different race than I, I like to show them through my actions and respect, that not all white people are Whitey-white supremacist sobs.

  • BentleyspopBentleyspop Craft Beer Brewery, ColoradoPosts: 4,017
    unsung said:
    bot???
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  • unsungunsung Posts: 7,881
    It’s a link, of which you obviously did not read.

    Or you did, have no rebuttal, so you try that old discredit tactic.

    I’ll pick option 2.
  • oftenreadingoftenreading Victoria, BCPosts: 6,319
    I like this approach.

    SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. — The Nazis were running late.

    It was the last weekend of October, and they had rallies planned. But there was some confusion over where to park in Shelbyville, a town of 16,000 in horse country south of Nashville. And it took some time to gear up: the shields and WWII-era helmets, the “White Lives Matter” signs, the Dixie flags draped over the shoulders just so. The prayer came next

    Finally, Michael Tubbs — an imposing former Green Beret who once did a prison stint for plotting to bomb Jewish and black businesses — mustered into formation the nearly 200 neo-Nazis, white nationalists, Klansmen, greybeards in Confederate uniforms and a lone Nazi bagpiper. Down a hill this horde marched toward their foe ― some 400 counter-demonstrators arrayed behind fences across a long intersection.

    “Close borders! White nation! Now we start the deportation!” the Nazis chanted. All piss and vinegar, they. All very Battle of Chickamauga.

    Then they ran into security.

    The cops were working overtime. Their security wands moved up and down, up and down. Every person needed a metal detector test. Bags were searched. Keychains were confiscated. The Nazis fell silent. Ever so gradually ― one might say sluggishly ― the police examined them for weapons and herded them into a fenced-off pen.

    This was a costly, and tactical, choice ― one designed to prevent violence by slow-walking the First Amendment, which guarantees only the right to peaceful public assembly. After Charlottesville, any large gathering of white supremacists carries the obvious potential for mayhem. The police failed spectacularly to prevent injuries and death in Charlottesville. Since then, however, law enforcement agencies in other jurisdictions have taken a muscularly bureaucratic approach to maintaining order — long lines, checkpoints and French barriers everywhere.

    In Tennessee, where several of the same white supremacist groups responsible for Charlottesville assembled last month to further their Amerikaner Reich, the result of the enhanced security was to siphon off the surly energies surrounding the event into various hassles and inconveniences, all superintended by heavily armed cops. And thus a day of demonstrating for and against white supremacy became something more akin to a particularly exasperating visit to the DMV.


    (continued in link)

    http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/entry/long-lines-nazi-rally_us_5a061252e4b01d21c83e7da4
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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 21,127
    I like this approach.

    SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. — The Nazis were running late.

    It was the last weekend of October, and they had rallies planned. But there was some confusion over where to park in Shelbyville, a town of 16,000 in horse country south of Nashville. And it took some time to gear up: the shields and WWII-era helmets, the “White Lives Matter” signs, the Dixie flags draped over the shoulders just so. The prayer came next

    Finally, Michael Tubbs — an imposing former Green Beret who once did a prison stint for plotting to bomb Jewish and black businesses — mustered into formation the nearly 200 neo-Nazis, white nationalists, Klansmen, greybeards in Confederate uniforms and a lone Nazi bagpiper. Down a hill this horde marched toward their foe ― some 400 counter-demonstrators arrayed behind fences across a long intersection.

    “Close borders! White nation! Now we start the deportation!” the Nazis chanted. All piss and vinegar, they. All very Battle of Chickamauga.

    Then they ran into security.

    The cops were working overtime. Their security wands moved up and down, up and down. Every person needed a metal detector test. Bags were searched. Keychains were confiscated. The Nazis fell silent. Ever so gradually ― one might say sluggishly ― the police examined them for weapons and herded them into a fenced-off pen.

    This was a costly, and tactical, choice ― one designed to prevent violence by slow-walking the First Amendment, which guarantees only the right to peaceful public assembly. After Charlottesville, any large gathering of white supremacists carries the obvious potential for mayhem. The police failed spectacularly to prevent injuries and death in Charlottesville. Since then, however, law enforcement agencies in other jurisdictions have taken a muscularly bureaucratic approach to maintaining order — long lines, checkpoints and French barriers everywhere.

    In Tennessee, where several of the same white supremacist groups responsible for Charlottesville assembled last month to further their Amerikaner Reich, the result of the enhanced security was to siphon off the surly energies surrounding the event into various hassles and inconveniences, all superintended by heavily armed cops. And thus a day of demonstrating for and against white supremacy became something more akin to a particularly exasperating visit to the DMV.


    (continued in link)

    http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/entry/long-lines-nazi-rally_us_5a061252e4b01d21c83e7da4
    Yes, good approach!  Smart thinking there!
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  • Jason PJason P Posts: 16,694
  • That white box was violated. Better schedule a protest march.
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