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mouse

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We should discuss more stuff
« on: October 05, 2018, 05:37:45 pm »

This is a plea for everyone here to post more stuff.  I have a lot of questions about things that happening on the other side of the world and the only "news" we get here is either local stuff (which can be refuted easily, or otherwise) or repeats of syndicated propaganda.  Radio news is good depending on the particular radio host that is on but even that is not always good and can lead the listener down an erroneous path (such as yesterday when they made a big deal out of the fact that Amy Schumer got arrested for protesting outside the supreme court but that turned out to be trivial - certainly compared with the news of senators being harassed and screeched at in restaurants and elevators and "radical extremist activist democrats" camped outside their houses).

Thank goodness for Alex Jones and Breitbart.

One huge question I have is:  I woke up this morning to "Brett Kavanaugh is to be confirmed to the supreme court, all it takes now is ANOTHER investigation and ANOTHER VOTE.  Should be done late tomorrow afternoon NZ time".  I felt like screaming "why does it - after all this needless trouble - take so long?"

My questions are:  Why such a long and slow process?

And:  Why is America putting up with such nasty violent behaviour by "the left"?

People here must have opinions on these things.

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Re: We should discuss more stuff
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2018, 09:04:30 pm »

I most certainly do have very strong opinions, but from the short amount of time I've been here the second time, it's pretty clear my opinions would not be welcome.

For example, the "nasty ... behavior" is not exclusive to the left. I'm not sure what specifically is being referred to by "violence", so I didn't include that.
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« Reply #2 on: October 05, 2018, 09:34:48 pm »

I most certainly do have very strong opinions, but from the short amount of time I've been here the second time, it's pretty clear my opinions would not be welcome.

For example, the "nasty ... behavior" is not exclusive to the left. I'm not sure what specifically is being referred to by "violence", so I didn't include that.

Opinions, tell me anyway (or tell anyone who reads these boards).  Opinions can't hurt, no one here  is afraid of arguing against differing opinions, providing that nobody has the attitude of "shut him down, I don't want to hear what he has to say" or gets carried away and starts shouting obscenities and making threats.  I can't imagine anyone here doing any of those things anyway.

By "violence" I mean aggressive behaviour like cornering people in hallways in order to scream at them, "confronting" people and their families when they in restaurants (getting "in their face" and screaming).  Violence such as I saw in a video yesterday about a man "confronting" protesters at a "pro-life" march, taking someone's cellphone and then kicking her (I think it was her, it was unclear, it might have been someone else he kicked).  However, most important of all ANTIFA (violence personified).  I get the distinct impression with ANTIFA that they bear absolutely no resemblance to the original antifaschistische movement, but now comprise young people who have lived in the middle of the city all their lives and done nothing but play video games and so don't really know what they should believe in, they love to dress up in costumes that they see their favourite video characters dress up in and think if they do this and go out on the streets and destroy things, set cars on fire and throw balloons of excrement (not sure how they manage to defecate in a balloon) at people and pepper spray others or bash them over the head with bike locks, they are just imitating their video game heroes.

Just clarifying that.
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Re: We should discuss more stuff
« Reply #3 on: October 05, 2018, 11:49:04 pm »

I most certainly do have very strong opinions, but from the short amount of time I've been here the second time, it's pretty clear my opinions would not be welcome.

For example, the "nasty ... behavior" is not exclusive to the left. I'm not sure what specifically is being referred to by "violence", so I didn't include that.

I would LOVE to hear what you have to say.  Welcome back. 
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Re: We should discuss more stuff
« Reply #4 on: October 06, 2018, 11:20:56 am »



I would LOVE to hear what you have to say.  Welcome back.

Me too Sunni!
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Re: We should discuss more stuff
« Reply #5 on: October 06, 2018, 11:24:32 am »

I most certainly do have very strong opinions, but from the short amount of time I've been here the second time, it's pretty clear my opinions would not be welcome.

For example, the "nasty ... behavior" is not exclusive to the left. I'm not sure what specifically is being referred to by "violence", so I didn't include that.

I would like to hear what you think dear.

but I understand why you do not.
too many people have been kicked off the forum for sharing their opinion. so people just keep it to themselves.
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« Reply #6 on: October 09, 2018, 01:54:56 pm »

I most certainly do have very strong opinions, but from the short amount of time I've been here the second time, it's pretty clear my opinions would not be welcome.

You should consider joining clairescabal.com
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« Reply #7 on: October 11, 2018, 07:58:21 am »

I most certainly do have very strong opinions, but from the short amount of time I've been here the second time, it's pretty clear my opinions would not be welcome.

You should consider joining clairescabal.com

I will second that.  Many, many folks from TMM are now over there.
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« Reply #8 on: October 18, 2018, 07:42:22 pm »

Here are a few examples (just a few, there's far more out there) of "the left" going all radical and crazy, that would tend to "prove" that American politics has reached an all time low.  Opinions would be good:  Has it?  or has it always been like this?  (Yeah I realise that it is not only AMERICAN politics that is like this, but I am picking on America here because that is mostly the news I am getting and there are Americans here who would be in position to know.

https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2018/10/18/ole-miss-professor-james-thomas-put-your-whole-damn-fingers-in-republicans-meals/

University of Mississippi Professor James Thomas says that simply harassing Republicans in restaurants isn’t enough, leftists should put their “whole damn fingers” in senators’ meals, because they “don’t deserve civility.”
James Thomas, an Assistant Professor at Ole Miss, tweeted from his account @Insurgent_Prof, calling for the abandonment of civility by contaminating GOP senators’ meals in restaurants, or redistributing the meals to other patrons.

https://www.breitbart.com/midterm-election/2018/10/18/nancy-pelosi-collateral-damage/

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) told a gathering at the 92nd Street Y in New York on Sunday that there may have to be “collateral damage” to those Americans who do not agree with the Democratic Party agenda.
Pelosi was being interviewed onstage by Paul Krugman, the left-wing New York Times columnist and Nobel economic laureate who predicted, the day Donald Trump won the presidency, that Trump would trigger “a global recession, with no end in sight.”

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018/10/18/feinstein-favor-reopening-kavanaugh-investigations-democrats-retake-senate/

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) said Wednesday that she would be “in favor of” reopening the investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
“I’d be in favor of opening an investigation into the allegations,” Feinstein, who serves as the ranking minority member on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said during a Wednesday U.S. Senate debate in San Francisco against her Democrat challenger, California state Sen. Kevin de León.

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« Reply #9 on: October 19, 2018, 06:20:44 am »

You asked if the left has always been this way. the answer is yes. they just hided it better before.

the lefts goal is control, they want everyone dependent on the Government.

so the US getting stronger, being more independent, growing economy, is a bad thing for them.

and it is not just the US, it is the  whole world.
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« Reply #10 on: October 19, 2018, 04:16:23 pm »

The differences can't be reconciled.   Where the low intensity conflict goes is anyone's guess but it won't end well for one side.
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« Reply #11 on: October 19, 2018, 04:56:47 pm »

Brings to mind Lindsay Graham's comment of "y'all want power, God I hope you never get it".

If this is "low intensity" conflict, I'd hate to see "high intensity" conflict.

What I just don't get is that - in the case of the "professor" who advocated contaminating the food of GOP senators - is it not still an offence to intentionally poison a food supply?  Bioterrorism or something?  Why is he still left alone to "encourage" this?

Do you think that Dianne Feinstein, after not only causing this ridiculous debacle about the "Kavanaugh, supreme court thing", but pledging to continue it, will get ANY votes?  Or will be returned to a position whereby she can do this again?

And Nancy Pelosi, after advocating (in fact "calling for") a continuation of violence ("collateral damage") will likewise get any votes?  And be returned to a position whereby she can do this again?

And even Elizabeth Warren, after the disastrous "DNA thing" and being so delusional as to think that a result of 0.0064 (or whatever) actually means that she has native American blood, will gain enough support to continue?

I guess these people wouldn't do these things if they didn't work and gain them more power.
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« Reply #12 on: October 19, 2018, 09:13:09 pm »

   these   fruit-cakes   .....be   they   professors    /    politicians..../    what-ever.../    for   advocating   &    inciting   &   incouraging   violence   against   other   people....should   be   put   in   small   dark    cell   where   they   can   not   threaten   others  or  try  to  have   other   people   hurt   or   killed.../    my   $.05   worth.....casca...the   old   grunt...
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« Reply #13 on: October 19, 2018, 11:41:39 pm »

Brings to mind Lindsay Graham's comment of "y'all want power, God I hope you never get it".

If this is "low intensity" conflict, I'd hate to see "high intensity" conflict.

What I just don't get is that - in the case of the "professor" who advocated contaminating the food of GOP senators - is it not still an offence to intentionally poison a food supply?  Bioterrorism or something?  Why is he still left alone to "encourage" this?

Do you think that Dianne Feinstein, after not only causing this ridiculous debacle about the "Kavanaugh, supreme court thing", but pledging to continue it, will get ANY votes?  Or will be returned to a position whereby she can do this again?

And Nancy Pelosi, after advocating (in fact "calling for") a continuation of violence ("collateral damage") will likewise get any votes?  And be returned to a position whereby she can do this again?

And even Elizabeth Warren, after the disastrous "DNA thing" and being so delusional as to think that a result of 0.0064 (or whatever) actually means that she has native American blood, will gain enough support to continue?

I guess these people wouldn't do these things if they didn't work and gain them more power.

Politics is just war by other means.  the low intensity part comes from propaganda (msm ) bitter politics, goon squads, sporadic violence, economic war (boycotts),vote irregularities, agitprop, obfuscation, political correctness, cultural marxism etc


It wouldn't surprise if warren was re elected. Being a native american and all.

pelosi and feinstein? that never happened.

death threats? depends on which side and what color and if part of a privileged group.  A communist/socialist/progressive doesn't make death threats.
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« Reply #14 on: November 20, 2018, 05:56:05 am »

wow.....wow.....repeat..../    no....say   again.....repeat   means   continue    artillery   fire    mission.....repeat....repeat....
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