Tough Day To Be In Law Enforcement


Archie Moses

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Archie, for the third time, I concede you aren't alt right. However, on the topic of BLM protests you've uncritically posted content from Ian Cheong, Tim Pool, and Andy Ngo, all far right media figures with less than zero credibility, so I've got to draw the only other available conclusion - that you're just not terribly bright.
I've shared opinions or tweets for discussion. I've also shared plenty of tweets condemning Alan Swinney, the Proud Boyd's, the Alt Right and you blinded ***** short circuit.

I hate to break it to you, bro, and I admit or disagree with a lot Ben Shapiro says, but some of it Is utterly facts.

If your biased team Jacob/team Edward brain can't differentiate things, then, just maybe, you're the moron.
 

Archie Moses

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Lmao alright Archie, I'll consider that you aren't alt right, but the only alternative explanation for why you continually post garbage from people within that ecosystem is that you're a moron.
I won't consider you're not alt left or an extremist.

What **** "considers" you're not alt right after you repeatedly say you're not and condemn the alt right?

The ****s that read Vice News (I used to love them,) Buzzfeed, TYT, Mother Jones.
 
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Archie Moses

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Also lol that you think I'm the offended one while you've been frothing at the mouth calling me out seven or eight times in the last week.
Yeah, dude. It's offensive.

Zombie is a nazi and listens to Lee Harvey Oswald. He might say he doesn't, but he does. That Marxist, Russian guy. *points finger*


Do you see why you're dumb? No, you don't.
 

Red

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“Creating a militia is not the same as exercising your Second Amendment right to, say, arm yourself with a gun and protect your shop from looters. A militia operates under the authority of the president or a governor; if it doesn’t, it’s just an armed mob. And while it’s likely that, in their own minds, these private paramilitary members think they are keeping the peace, what they are really doing is infecting protests with a greater potential for violence.”

“We need to step back from this militia nonsense. These private paramilitaries are illegal and should be treated as such by the authorities. Perhaps, in the past, it was thought that clamping down on these “Red Dawn”cosplayers wasn’t worth the political headache. But while we do nothing, they continue to embed themselves in political protests, and one day soon, we’ll find that it’s just too perilous to exercise our First Amendment rights in the public square.”
 

One Brow

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I don't think bringing up (this is going to rub people wrong) people's pasts of being a pedophile or rapist should be call for a death sentence (my moral and ethical stance - although my emotions disagree) but if your problem is that people refer to an attacker or a white dude asking to be shot by literlly acting hard while saying the N word in a racist ****ing way multiple times (@Zombie - you **** for calling me alt right and ignoring this) while ignoring the fact of why he was chasing Kyle then you're a biased sheepleton.
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In other words, him being a pedophile shouldn't be the reason he's shot. You're more concerned people bringing this pos act of his rather than his actions that got him killed.
You asked what was wrong with the segment of the Tim Pool interview, and I answered. Than, rather than agree or disagree, you took a turn into the incoherent that somehow ends with me taking sides in the Rittenhouse case.

For someone who claims to be neutral and dislikes both sides, you are acting very much as if you are invested in one particular viewpooint.
 

Zombie

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You asked what was wrong with the segment of the Tim Pool interview, and I answered. Than, rather than agree or disagree, you took a turn into the incoherent that somehow ends with me taking sides in the Rittenhouse case.

For someone who claims to be neutral and dislikes both sides, you are acting very much as if you are invested in one particular viewpooint.
FWIW there's no evidence of Reinoehl being a sexual predator or child molester. I think that 'fact' was just made up by some goober on 8chan and it spread through the far right ecosystem from there.

Truly shocking to see Archie take that and run with it though lol
 

The Thriller

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I also think fecebook plays a major role in the disinformation that posters regurgitate here on this forum. Right wing news dominates Facebook. The more time you spend on facebook, the more likely you’ll be exposed to radical and extremist views. Their algorithm is set to provide you with more extremist rhetoric by what you view and like. It’s toxic to public discourse.

 

LogGrad98

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Archie, for the third time, I concede you aren't alt right. However, on the topic of BLM protests you've uncritically posted content from Ian Cheong, Tim Pool, and Andy Ngo, all far right media figures with less than zero credibility, so I've got to draw the only other available conclusion - that you're just not terribly bright.
This post is kind of an example of something I find interesting and telling in today's society, and one reason our political divide is widening. The outright dismissal of all ideas because of the source, without any willingness to consider there might be merit there, and ideas worth discussing. The Twitter-sphere makes it so easy to simply disparage and move on to someone whose idea make one comfortable. But seldom has compromise and true progress ever been made without entertaining some ideas that make us uncomfortable. I think this is a big problem. So Archie posts a video by a known right-winger and says "listen to the 3 minute to 5 minutes mark" or something, and the response is "he's a right wing nut I'm not listening to any of it" regardless of merit. It happens the other way around too. To me this unwillingness to entertain ideas that might make us uncomfortable is a huge huge problem. We have to be willing to challenge our own paradigm if we ever hope to get any closer together in our political space. But in the current social media world it is just so easy to build a nice comfy cocoon of ideas, with plenty of ideas I agree with, and plenty of choices for confirmation bias from the other side, that why do I ever have to try to have or entertain an uncomfortable original thought ever again? I think that's a big problem.
 

LogGrad98

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You asked what was wrong with the segment of the Tim Pool interview, and I answered. Than, rather than agree or disagree, you took a turn into the incoherent that somehow ends with me taking sides in the Rittenhouse case.

For someone who claims to be neutral and dislikes both sides, you are acting very much as if you are invested in one particular viewpooint.
@One Brow is one of the few willing to actually listen to the segment and formulate a reasoned response. I wish more people would do that as well instead it just immediate dismissal of any material based exclusively on source.
 

Zombie

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This post is kind of an example of something I find interesting and telling in today's society, and one reason our political divide is widening. The outright dismissal of all ideas because of the source, without any willingness to consider there might be merit there, and ideas worth discussing. The Twitter-sphere makes it so easy to simply disparage and move on to someone whose idea make one comfortable. But seldom has compromise and true progress ever been made without entertaining some ideas that make us uncomfortable. I think this is a big problem. So Archie posts a video by a known right-winger and says "listen to the 3 minute to 5 minutes mark" or something, and the response is "he's a right wing nut I'm not listening to any of it" regardless of merit. It happens the other way around too. To me this unwillingness to entertain ideas that might make us uncomfortable is a huge huge problem. We have to be willing to challenge our own paradigm if we ever hope to get any closer together in our political space. But in the current social media world it is just so easy to build a nice comfy cocoon of ideas, with plenty of ideas I agree with, and plenty of choices for confirmation bias from the other side, that why do I ever have to try to have or entertain an uncomfortable original thought ever again? I think that's a big problem.
If they were typical run of the mill right wingers that'd be one thing, but the three people mentioned above are the bottom of the barrel, and really shouldn't be taken seriously.
 

The Thriller

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I guess, but you gotta draw the line somewhere. It's on the people presenting content to behave credibly if they want their views taken seriously, and these people don't.
When is it ever asked for those on the right to expand their circle? This is why the Overton window consistently moves further and further to the right.
 

Archie Moses

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You asked what was wrong with the segment of the Tim Pool interview, and I answered. Than, rather than agree or disagree, you took a turn into the incoherent that somehow ends with me taking sides in the Rittenhouse case.

For someone who claims to be neutral and dislikes both sides, you are acting very much as if you are invested in one particular viewpooint.
Lol

I guess people bringing up someone being a pedophile doesn't rub my "objective meter" wrong.

I'm not surprised this is "wrong" for you. Didn't you go out of your way to defend a rapist last week?
 

Archie Moses

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FWIW there's no evidence of Reinoehl being a sexual predator or child molester. I think that 'fact' was just made up by some goober on 8chan and it spread through the far right ecosystem from there.

Truly shocking to see Archie take that and run with it though lol
They're not talking about Michael Reinoehl, guy....

 
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Archie Moses

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This post is kind of an example of something I find interesting and telling in today's society, and one reason our political divide is widening. The outright dismissal of all ideas because of the source, without any willingness to consider there might be merit there, and ideas worth discussing. The Twitter-sphere makes it so easy to simply disparage and move on to someone whose idea make one comfortable. But seldom has compromise and true progress ever been made without entertaining some ideas that make us uncomfortable. I think this is a big problem. So Archie posts a video by a known right-winger and says "listen to the 3 minute to 5 minutes mark" or something, and the response is "he's a right wing nut I'm not listening to any of it" regardless of merit. It happens the other way around too. To me this unwillingness to entertain ideas that might make us uncomfortable is a huge huge problem. We have to be willing to challenge our own paradigm if we ever hope to get any closer together in our political space. But in the current social media world it is just so easy to build a nice comfy cocoon of ideas, with plenty of ideas I agree with, and plenty of choices for confirmation bias from the other side, that why do I ever have to try to have or entertain an uncomfortable original thought ever again? I think that's a big problem.
Yeah, dude.

It's easier for people to label me a right winger just like people have for Tim Pool. The only people that do that though are the exact people you'd expect them to be.
 

Archie Moses

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"Created doubt, lack of confidence, suspicion; setting up situations that bring about racial bitterness, violence and conflict; putting
forth demands so unrealistic that race relations are worsened; attacking everybody in disagreement as reactionaries, Fascists, Ku
Kluxers among whites and Uncle Toms among Negroes, constitute the red’s pattern of operation."

I just ordered Color, Communism and Common Sense by Manning Johnson. This is the first paragraph of chapter 2.

You can read it here but I prefer an actual book.
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