The Caravan

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by str8line, Oct 23, 2018.

  1. One Brow

    One Brow Well-Known Member

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    So, you think only statements that explicitly mention race can be racist?
     
  2. One Brow

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    It's the accusation of funding the caravans, absent any evidence that he did so, that is racist. By contrast, no one ever accuses Jimmy Carter or Bill Gates of funding caravans. Why is that?
     
  3. One Brow

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    Zombie is not calling anyone Nazis.
     
  4. silesian

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    Calling him a Chihuahua is racist. You are implying that Mexican dogs are somehow dumber than others (say, GERMAN Shepherds). Maybe you are the Nazi.


    PS: Sarcasm
     
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  5. DasJazz

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    George Soros is a man, a man long connected with funding the leftist ideology in America. There is nothing racist about stating a known fact.

    You once again, just like your fellow cohorts in this forum, bring a strawman's argument with no merit simply because you disagree.
     
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  6. Harambe

    Harambe Well-Known Member Contributor

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    I think you're missing a link here. Maybe a couple. Help us.

    George Soros > Leftist Ideology > ????? > Migrant caravans.
     
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  7. One Brow

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    Migrant caravans are not a "leftist ideology".

    Bill Gates is a man, a man long connected with funding the leftist ideology in America. Jimmy Carter is a man, a man long connected with funding the leftist ideology in America. Neither gets accused of funding migrant caravans. Why do you think that is?
     
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  8. JazzyFresh

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    Meh. Honest to God the dumbest conversation I've ever been part of. I ask kindly to quit dinging me.

    Thanks and have a good day
     
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  9. DasJazz

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    My original statement was something more like George Soros types, i.e., very wealthy individuals who are well known to be connected to funding democratic agendas, etc. Race never played a part in my thought process.
     
  10. The Thriller

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    I agree with this and that’s why I didn’t explicitly call him a Nazi. However, I do think it’s important to highlight that Nazi propaganda historically has accused Jews of funding an “international Jewry” that’s focuses on destabilizing nations. While repeating anti-Semitic and/or Nazi propaganda doesn’t necessarily confirm he’s a Nazi, it does certainly open the door for him to be one.

    As @Zombie said, don’t want to be labeled something you find to be abhorrent? Stop repeating the abhorrent propaganda.
     
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  11. One Brow

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    In your detailed analysis, why do you think that the wealthy individuals who get connected to the less forthright funding claims seem to be overwhelmingly Jewish? That race never entered your thinking process is a great privilege for you, as a non-Jew. So, that you are spreading anti-Semitic propaganda, without thinking about it, makes you what? Innocent of wrongdoing?
     
  12. DasJazz

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    I never once mentioned Jewish anything, so knock it off with the BS already. That was derived from you and a few others here trying to lump me in as an anti semitic person. Race and religion have had no play in my statements. Oddly enough, they seem to be big factors in yours so maybe it's you who needs to take a look in the mirror.

    Again, as I have previously stated, wealth is wealth, and that brings movers and shakers. Just because I mentioned one of the movers and shakers doesn't mean I am anti Jewish people, for God's sake. I said Soros and people like him, i.e. very rich people (movers and shakers). You people are sick in the brain with your complete and utterly baseless accusations.
     
  13. One Brow

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    Yes, that was part of my point. Try again.

    No one has said you were anti-Semitic. Try again.
     
  14. The Thriller

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    This would be like his third or fourth time. I think fishon talked to him about it, zombie did, I did... now you...

    At this point he’s too stupid to get it or is intentionally being obnoxiously obtuse. My guess is the latter but who knows? I don’t think he’s stupid. I think he was just repeating anti-Semitic diatribes from extreme websites and/or Facebook. He didn’t know the history behind the attacks. But he refuses to acknowledge he made a mistake by repeating them. who knows?
     
  15. The Thriller

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    What should we call these? Gulags? Re-education camps? What should we call these since the right wingers on this website have said that we don’t have concentration camps in this country.
     
  16. The Thriller

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    Synagogue in Minnesota was burned to the ground.



    Matthew James Amiot Is the suspect.





    Looks to be a real nice guy. Definitely not white nationalisty. The next president is going to have to deal with right wing terrorism. It’s our #1 threat imo.
     
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