Charlottesville alt-right white nationalist torch rally

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If you ever wondered why the GOP always wants to cut education funding: this is why- many of those people refuse to send their kids to public school.
It's also easier to indoctrinate children to hate people who are different when you refuse to allow your children to attend public school.

Segregation is alive and well in this country. Everyone should send their kids to public schools if they are capable.
 
I guess its heartening to see Richard Spencers twitter filled with nothing but people tweeting and retweeting the gif of him being punched in the face.
 
fucking patio torches, these people are just lame as fuck right to the marrow of their bone huh? Prolly didn't even ask their mothers if they could take them from the back yard.
 
Here's the paradox I just cannot comprehend.

- People call for these confederate monuments to be removed/renamed because they're pretty much shrines for modern-day white nationalists and symbols of opppression.
- Monuments start to be removed because, well, they're absolutely correct.
- In protest, white nationalists make torch-lit pilgrimages to these monuments like the fucking KKK and chant "white lives matter" - bringing us full circle and proving correct the people who wanted them removed in the first place.

They essentially make things worse for themselves by protesting and hasten the removal of these monuments. How can you be that impossibly dense?
 
Imagine being such a diluted remnant of your grandfather's worst genes that you can't even manage to tie an oily rag around a fuckin stick correctly so you just buy a fucking TIKI TORCH at Target.

And these motherfuckers think believe they're superior.
 

Kai Dracon

Writing a dinosaur space opera symphony
They essentially make things worse for themselves by protesting and hasten the removal of these monuments. How can you be that impossibly dense?
These people are there in the first place because they buy into a fantasy where all the impure races will be put on boats and sent to another continent, democracy will be disassembled, and North America will be divided up into little kingdoms each ruled by a powerful Technocrat King and "betas" will be used for slave labor or something.

It's not so much that they're just dense, they've bought into a vastly delusional narrative about reality that gives Scientology a run for its money. They do not realize or care how their actions actually look to anybody still has one foot in the real world.
 
This feels like those people who traveled halfway across the world to join ISIS. People who have nothing better to do or don't feel they belong anywhere so they join some evil shit cause just to belong to something and maybe there's some big reward waiting at the end.



Heh
 
Here's the paradox I just cannot comprehend.

- People call for these confederate monuments to be removed/renamed because they're pretty much shrines for modern-day white nationalists and symbols of opppression.
- Monuments start to be removed because, well, they're absolutely correct.
- In protest, white nationalists make torch-lit pilgrimages to these monuments like the fucking KKK and chant "white lives matter" - bringing us full circle and proving correct the people who wanted them removed in the first place.

They essentially make things worse for themselves by protesting and hasten the removal of these monuments. How can you be that impossibly dense?
Unfortunately, I see this having the effect of dissuading some other town that was considering Confederate monument removal because they don't want Richard Spencer and his Amazing Racist Friends to converge onto their courtyard.
 
I see there are some students protesting in the center there..

How do you go to this fucking thing in support and look at that black student in the eye. How do you not feel like a complete piece of shit the moment you realize you have a hateful message toward human people?
 
I see there are some students protesting in the center there..

How do you go to this fucking thing in support and look at that black student in the eye. How do you not feel like a complete piece of shit the moment you realize you have a hateful message toward human people?
Can't feel bad for not having empathy towards other human beings if you've convinced yourself that your targets aren't human.
 
Here's the paradox I just cannot comprehend.

- People call for these confederate monuments to be removed/renamed because they're pretty much shrines for modern-day white nationalists and symbols of opppression.
- Monuments start to be removed because, well, they're absolutely correct.
- In protest, white nationalists make torch-lit pilgrimages to these monuments like the fucking KKK and chant "white lives matter" - bringing us full circle and proving correct the people who wanted them removed in the first place.

They essentially make things worse for themselves by protesting and hasten the removal of these monuments. How can you be that impossibly dense?


Yeah, this situation seems crazy.

Public monuments that are treated like shrines by people with bigoted, racist political ideologies! They should be removed from public.
 
Unfortunately, I see this having the effect of dissuading some other town that was considering Confederate monument removal because they don't want Richard Spencer and his Amazing Racist Friends to converge onto their courtyard.
Uh yeah, the people who bend to this kind of "pressure" are honestly almost as bad.
 
Here's the paradox I just cannot comprehend.

- People call for these confederate monuments to be removed/renamed because they're pretty much shrines for modern-day white nationalists and symbols of opppression.
- Monuments start to be removed because, well, they're absolutely correct.
- In protest, white nationalists make torch-lit pilgrimages to these monuments like the fucking KKK and chant "white lives matter" - bringing us full circle and proving correct the people who wanted them removed in the first place.

They essentially make things worse for themselves by protesting and hasten the removal of these monuments. How can you be that impossibly dense?
I've also never understood why Confederate monuments and the Confederate flag are considered symbols of 'Merica by these people when they're literally the exact fucking opposite. Like, this was the flag of the half of the country that literally tried to secede from the damn country , yet they use them as this uber patriotic rallying cry. Am I missing something here?
Oh I see, they don't actually care about the country, they just don't like anyone who isn't a white, straight male
 
is there a planck limit on for the smallest possible amount of plausible deniability that the right will try to cobble together to claim something isn't racist

because "deliberately invoking the aesthetics of the kkk while chanting about white power" seems pretty fucking racist
 
is there a planck limit on for the smallest possible amount of plausible deniability that the right will try to cobble together to claim something isn't racist

because "deliberately invoking the aesthetics of the kkk while chanting about white power" seems pretty fucking racist
"Its about empowerment not racism you fucking libcucks, were I racist would I be able to watch Mandingo porn?" and scene.
 
This feels like those people who traveled halfway across the world to join ISIS. People who have nothing better to do or don't feel they belong anywhere so they join some evil shit cause just to belong to something and maybe there's some big reward waiting at the end.



Heh
What is wrong with their mouths?
 

DrForester

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This feels like those people who traveled halfway across the world to join ISIS. People who have nothing better to do or don't feel they belong anywhere so they join some evil shit cause just to belong to something and maybe there's some big reward waiting at the end.



Heh
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The videos of these fuckers chanting "blood and soil" got me heated

I have never in my life felt such white hot rage as I've felt watching the new American Nazis become more and more visible and powerful while the public looks the other way

I could not be at one of those counterprotests, I genuinely do not think I could keep my head on straight, and I feel like anybody who is starting out in that kind of place mentally will do far more harm than good when things get tense
 
https://www.washingtonpost.com/loca...5fb636-7f13-11e7-83c7-5bd5460f0d7e_story.html

WaPo said:
Chanting “White lives matter!” “You will not replace us!” and “Jews will not replace us!” several hundred white nationalists and white supremacists carrying torches marched in a parade through the University of Virginia campus last night.

The fast-paced march was made up almost exclusively of men in their 20s and 30s, though there were some who looked to be in their mid-teens.

Beginning a little after 9:30 p.m., the march lasted 15 to 20 minutes before ending in skirmishes when the marchers were met by a small group of counterprotesters at the base of a statue of Thomas Jefferson, the university’s founder.

A short brawl erupted after at least one of the counterprotesters apparently deployed a chemical spray, which affected the eyes of a dozen or so marchers. It left them floundering and seeking medical assistance.
 
My friend said it was a good day for Home Depot as they sold out all of their tiki torches.

I hope they used citronella oil to help repell mosquitoes, wouldn't want anyone catching that west nile.
 

ponpo

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Chanting “White lives matter!” “You will not replace us!” and “Jews will not replace us!” several hundred white nationalists and white supremacists carrying torches marched in a parade through the University of Virginia campus last night.

This crowd is literally people mind controlled by anti-Jewish /pol/ shitposting and they believe that a hidden zionist hand controls every aspect of society.
 
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