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aangler100 370 points ago

Hands up, don't loot.

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Basedkekistani2020 210 points ago

Pants up, don't loot.

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weltbild 104 points ago

Arsonist and looters could have been my son.

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wong 64 points ago

If he'd had a woman for a wife.

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Ghostof_PatrickHenry 64 points ago

Michelle Obama has a penis.

That is all.

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agile_a 36 points ago

iif u wanna looty loot you get the shooty shoott

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ThurstonHowell3rd 8 points ago

If you shooty shoot in the da booty boot you get sticky dicky from pooty poot, yo.

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mountainarrowhead 3 points ago

I don't mind 😊

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Barack-Obama 4 points ago

A damn good one too.

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1badcop 3 points ago

Barry has Michelle's penis too, as often as she'll give it to him I'm sure.

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MichelleObamasBalls 4 points ago

True but I keep my own balls

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

Ok, truth or dare: when did you create that account? LOL

... continue reading thread?
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michael_obama 1 point ago

Goddamn right

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TheRover 1 point ago

It's true. Twitter just fact checked the shit out of this.

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Licensetomeme 1 point ago

That makes one between the two of them.

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Fuck_face_9000 10 points ago

TRUMP PRESS CONFERENCE IN 20 MINUTES @ 2:00 PM EST!!!!

SCHEDULED ON SHORT NOTICE

https://thedonald.win/p/Fg7j76pC/

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Whoopies_tds 12 points ago

Did he get permission from Twitter to speak?

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 5 points ago

Fuck Twatter - Twatter is asshoe!

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freeelectron 4 points ago

sir, it's EDT (not EST) sir

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Basedkekistani2020 22 points ago

Seeing as how it's a mainly Muslim invading colony.

Twitter fact check: True.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 4 points ago

Oof. I really do hope we don't become a central location for this usage of the word "jogger." Not that I have no sense of humor or that I want to give even an inch to PC bs, but this sort of development is exactly what our enemies look for.

This also raises the question of "deadman switch;" as in, was George Floyd's death deliberately setup by Soros (et al) as a deadman switch to further destroy the US? That conversation should be happening here, sometime. Maybe it deserves its own separate post?

Anyway we should fight their efforts to destroy the US, rather than play into their hands. It's not always easy to see how to navigate that.

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DrCowboyPresident 4 points ago

Anyway we should fight their efforts to destroy the US

The time for this was before mass immigration. It's too late now. Balkanization is inevitable.

Politics is downstream from culture.

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TonsOfSalt 11 points ago

'Jogger' is satire for someone who clearly wasn't just jogging once the facts came out.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

Ok, thanks. Yes I did think anytime people were using it it referred to black men suspected of being criminals but pretending to be innocent. This is all connected back to that one black man jogging that was shot with a shotgun by two white men, right? Like back in December or something? That never became a thing until recently, just weeks ago?

I missed the online sensation of this developing. Is it also used by black people?

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 3 points ago

Lol this is GREAT! Thanks for this. Agree 100% with you about "aren't really racist in their hearts," I just wish leftists would afford anyone they don't know that same latitude.

I remember when people used to be able to joke together IRL and it wasn't about anything other than just having fun. Our society REALLY needs to get back to that! Congrats on having at least a small slice of that with some known friends ...

... continue reading thread?
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NegativeRainbow 1 point ago

Oof. I really do hope we don't become a central location for this usage of the word "jogger." Not that I have no sense of humor or that I want to give even an inch to PC bs, but this sort of development is exactly what our enemies look for.

Do you have any idea just how many theytube comments, posts on the various chans and even fakebook there are that use that term? So, no this isn't the place that uses that word the most...

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 0 points ago

Ok, but still. They can't point to any of those as being exclusively Trump supporters. I mean if we were using the term solely to refer to criminals pretending to be innocent, that'd be one thing. Another variant of dindunuffin.

But if we're just throwing around a racial slur in the hopes that we can get away with it? It's just not the way to win an election. We should check our attitude under the final rule here, "don't be stupid," and not just be concerned with verbiage.

Especially with the recent war on social media platforms / publishers, we should expect heightened scrutiny and whatever we say HERE to become tomorrow's news that forever haunts us if we screw up.

No harm no foul as far as I'm concerned, but going forward - do you see my point?

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BigAmericanParty 4 points ago

Oh that's asking a lot.

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Ninki333 2 points ago

All the looting and the belt rack still full.

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Pepe_Revere 1 point ago

God damn

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GEOTUStheGREAT 36 points ago

SHOOTING STARTS WHEN LOOTING STARTS

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PoorKidsJustAsBright 39 points ago

WHILE BIDEN SHARTS

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MammasAlwaysRIGHT 1 point ago

EL OH EL

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Toughsky_Shitsky 34 points ago

Pants up, Don't loot!

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ProphetOfKek 19 points ago

SPICY 🌶🔥🌶🔥🌶🔥🌶

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RiverFenix 13 points ago

Going to town, with one in the brown

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DJTJr4Senate 13 points ago

4D chess

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YourWifesBoyfriend 5 points ago

Ffs guys. 4D chess is 3 dimensional ordinary chess played over time, so 4D chess is regular chess.

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MindsetRoulette 5 points ago

Sure, but wouldn't time work differently in the 4th dimension?

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thisguy883 5 points ago

Assuming you would be able to move forward and backwards.

Trump time traveler confirmed.

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UndeadRevolver 3 points ago

6D stratagema, blindfolded

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

"Regular chess" is 2D. 3D chess adds the vertical dimension. Totally irrelevant to the OP, just to clarify; but you're right, if we go around saying "4D chess," pedocrats could use that as ammo.

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YourWifesBoyfriend 2 points ago

That's my point. Saying "4D chess" makes us look stupid.

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ProphetOfKek 1 point ago

I don’t really give a shit about pedocrats. It’s their fault for not understanding about other spatial dimensions.

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magarefugee 7 points ago

When the memeing starts, the dreaming starts

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aangler100 3 points ago

ur a poet

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 4 points ago

Does he know it?

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NvJohansson 2 points ago

Ill call it now, they are so fucking desperate that someone will take a bullet for their cause and say Trump ordered this. Wait and see.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

Black pill. Maybe a racially insensitive metaphor at the moment.

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-Howitzer- 218 points ago

This is exactly what the Leftist mayor of Minnepolis wanted. As they sat there doing absolutely nothing while their city burned down. It's what they wanted.

Here is the cycle of civilization:

Weak people create hard times > That create Strong people who create good times > That create weak people who create hard times > That create Strong people who create good times.

We are witnessing generations of weak, ignorant people destroy what the greatest generation helped to build.

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WishdoctorsSong 132 points ago (edited)

My issue with the greatest generation is sure, they survived the depression and won WWII, but they failed the single most important test, which is passing their values onto the next generation. The fucking boomers are probably the single most destructive generation this nation has ever seen. Its' not gen-x, it's not millennial, it's not zoomers or whatever the fuck we're calling them, the hands that destroyed America came straight out of boomer culture.

EDIT: Damn that little rant hit a nerve. A lot of interesting replies and viewpoints.

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Walrus_Tooth 61 points ago

It’s weird, it makes the evil rich people richer, but the Democrats hate the rich, but they love these policies.

It’s almost like they sheep

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RabidZoo 19 points ago

It's like they're not smart enough to realize that capitalism is great when you keep filthy fucking politicians out of it. But it's impossible to appreciate capitalism if you've never gone out and earned anything on your own.

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incogneato 9 points ago

Ruling Democrats don't hate the rich at all - they just want to make certain that only a very, very select few become rich, and it's always themselves.

The Sheep Democrats only exist to provide labour for the Ruling Democrats and have absolutely no hope of ever becoming rich themselves, no matter what the Ruling Democrats tell them.

If the Sheep ever face this fact, the Rulers are done, but so far that has not happened. The Sheep just accept that their Rulers are filthy rich while the Sheep have nothing because whitey.

The Sheep accept this because they just can't believe their Rulers would do this. Their kind and diversity-loving Rulers don't keep Sheep just to eat them! That's an insane conspiracy theory!

Isn't it?

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fagapede 6 points ago

The Democrats are the rich and the poor. Both radically different class extremes know absolutely nothing about the other, but what they do know is how to pull their wealth from the working middle class; the backbone of modern western civilization. Pull out the backbone and the whole thing collapses.

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Throwawaycuzmeh 2 points ago

You can seen this very clearly with Obamacare. The privately owned insurance companies got to continue fleecing everyone, the poor got "free" healthcare, and the middle class got to pay the increased premiums.

Did this push more people from the middle class into the poor? Of course, but now those new poor can get the new benefits. Just gotta ramp up the premiums for the middle class, causing more of them to fall into poverty, but then they'll get more benefits, so we raise premiums again...

Sorry I trailed off there. The survival of my moronic worldview depends on me not finishing that thought.

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fagapede 4 points ago

It's just all so tiresome.

Your "moronic worldview" lol is unfortunately our very tangible reality. None of this is sustainable. It's like our "leaders" are foaming at the mouth for everything to collapse. As if people won't be coming for their heads when it does.

It's maddening watching people who I know are very intelligent be so easily led to destruction. The brainwashing is unimaginably strong.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

Username most certainly does NOT check out! There's nothing faggy about that at all. It's a spot on observation.

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agile_a 13 points ago

aren't boomers the only generation that would get more out of social security than they paid into it??

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stratocaster_patriot 8 points ago

Not sure but I know they don't look at it as a safety net but a retirement account. I saw a billboard a while back that was actually advertising SS long the lines of "You've worked hard all your life and now it's time to do all the things you've dreamed of." And there was this old fucker with an electric guitar. Why on earth you would advertise that is beyond me. SS is not there to make your fucking childish rockstar dreams come true. You should have to pay for that shit yourself.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

You can't say "they" about ANY group and be even remotely accurate. No group is a monolithic block. Especially if you're going to form your opinion based on billboard advertising. That's not reflective of anyone but the advertising company and their client, which was probably some investment "financial services" company.

You can do better than this, I'm sure.

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stratocaster_patriot -1 points ago

Oh is accuracy a big concern for you? I can say they. i don't need to point out every single individual and put them in separate buckets. When I say they I mean the types of assholes I'm talking about. I don't need to do better than that to satisfy a concern troll

And you have no idea what I saw so don't try and clarify it for me. It was not an investment service. It was a baffling advertisement for Social Security.

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DrCowboyPresident 0 points ago

You can't say "they" about ANY group and be even remotely accurate. No group is a monolithic block.

Exceptions do not disprove trends. To believe otherwise is to think every group on Earth is the same. Ridiculous.

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ThurstonHowell3rd 2 points ago

LOL, ever watch what those retirees are pictured doing in the Big Pharma ads on the evening network news broadcasts? They are doing shit that I didn't even do in my 20s (namely because I couldn't afford it).

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Rage 6 points ago

Dude, life in pharma ads is paradise. It's just gigantic, flawlessly decorated gorgeous homes and walks on the beach and playing with the kids in the park, working on your classic car and driving through scenic vistas on perfect summer days.

If only you told your doctor about Teamocil, you'd suddenly be living in a multi-million dollar mansion with all the free time to do what you want and not a care in the world!

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Seahawks2020 7 points ago

Yes, and that's how all the commie policies work.

FDR knew social security is not sustainable and will bite the dust. But not before he gets elected a few times.

Then came the WW2 and a great boom. That helped SS stay afloat for far longer than possible.

Without capitalism, none of the commie programs get any funds.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

No, and SS is doomed to fail after 100 years. It'd be a pretty rare case where anyone pays into SS less than they draw.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

I'll never collect social security, who are you kidding? And a "boomer" is a nuclear submarine, the most survivable component of our nuclear triad.

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AlohaChris 10 points ago

Don’t forget massive amnesty for illegal aliens.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 7 points ago

Reagan is a baby boomer now? Um, NO. DJT is the oldest baby boomer, Ronnie Raygun was born in 1911. And even he did the massive amnesty thing in exchange for funding a border barrier, which Ds never followed through on. Proving forever that they can't be trusted.

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Nibba 1 point ago

So was ditching your kids.

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Scroon 59 points ago

You're leaving out the communist infiltration and non-Christian takeover of America. It wasn't a failure. It was a defeat.

I'm Gen-X. The Baby Boomers were the generation before me. Believe me, they tried conveying the old values, but everything in media and education was against them. You have to keep in mind that the propaganda was fairly new at that point. Nobody understood it or knew how to counteract it.

Blaming the entire boomer generation is like saying we're currently all failures for letting the COVID hysteria lock down America.

And by the way, this boomer hate is part of the same propaganda of division. (White vs black. Rich vs poor. Old vs young.) That's why I'm countering it now. I've learned a few things since I was a kid.

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stratocaster_patriot 14 points ago

They did in large part try to give us their conservative values but we were all too busy watching The Real World on MTV and being taught the stupidest shit anyone could imagine. MTV also taught stupid kids like us that we needed to vote but were never concerned with us being informed.

You and I agree that we have learned a lot since then and things are now clearer. This is why I favor changing the voting age to 25 (or at least change it in a way that prevents stupid kids from casting an emotional vote).

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 7 points ago

Scroon, you speak TRUTH! Case in point: the deliberate destruction of the "nuclear family" directly resulted in my ex-wife and Mother of my children hiding all parent teacher conferences from me. I would've made "quite the impression" on teachers enforcing policies where Muslims can disrupt hall traffic between classes to pray (thereby making lots late to class) while my kids (and everyone else their age) weren't allowed to pray, carry a Bible or wear anything expressing Christianity. Christian extra-curricular groups were broken up. This attack on Christianity is only ONE front, and it could well be argued that other problems are more consequential.

Not that I'm claiming ANY effort parents could've done would've actually made a difference. This is a gobalist agenda, which isn't even really communist at its core: it's even bigger than that!

I'll add it's equally despicable for my generation to pick on millennials. The only "us vs them" that matters is E Pluribus Unum vs the very few truly financial elite, who profit obscenely from issuing and controlling our currency. That is not a generational divide, nor does it only follow specific families. We can't get to them directly in any way that I know of. What we SHOULD be doing is physically removing our Governors from Office under citizen's arrest, under the charge of mass murder. In those rare instances where the Governor is decent, focus on the most tyrannical Mayor instead. Getting 20,000 patriots at every State capitol all at the same time is less likely when we fall for their strategy of divide and conquer. Class action lawsuits, both civil and criminal in every State, is how we win a lasting victory but that takes years to get through the Courts. We HAVE TO act before November.

This impacts the bankers because if we do this all our other enemies shit their pants and retreat back into the shadows where they prefer to operate from anyway. How many times has DJT told us he can't drain the swamp and MAGA all by himself, he needs our help? We do this and he knows we mean business, and that we have his back. Literally! He says he "caught them all," we'd need to solicit his help and route them out from their hiding places. DJT would be proud of We the People finally doing the right thing.

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MuadDon 4 points ago (edited)

You're both right. I don't blame the Boomer generation for what OP said bc of your argument, but they are absolutely to blame for the pathetic govt population at every level. They didn't care about who led them and now we're stuck with hundreds of thousands of incompetents suckling taxpayer teats and horribly inept/corrupt leaders. Unfortunately this coincided with the tech boom, and now that propaganda is more powerful and easier to disseminate than ever before, we've got clowns all the way down utilizing it to reprogram our people.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 9 points ago

Corruption of US government is FAR more complex than you're making it out here. At what time did baby boomers have all the control over voting? Even now there are LOTS of voters older than baby boomers, and we're also getting squeezed out by younger generations.

You seem to not have noticed that (except for DJT) no matter who we vote for we get the same agenda? "The uniparty" is a foreign concept to you? You are completely unaware of globalism?

Look into the CFR, BIS, Fed, IMF, TLC, MIC, MSM, big pharma, IC; these are not at all about the generational divide as you assert, but about power being retained by an elite few. FAR fewer than "the 1%."

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MuadDon 1 point ago

They had control over their descendants learning why it's important to be active in local, state, and federal politics. In a time with no war to focus everyone's attention, this is even more critical. If you want a republic, you have to be engaged as a citizen and promote it among your peers and offspring. If you don't want to do that, then prepare for inevitable societal collapse then dictatorship. If you truly believe that all those lettered agencies have had unfettered control for 50+ years then this country has already been dead for decades. I agree that it's not a simple answer, and I'm not fully blaming that gen, but our ultimate problem is we don't participate near enough to be successful. That starts with every adult citizen who cares about their community. Assuming someone else will do it is why we're controlled by a quasi oligarchy.

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Captain-D 4 points ago

Yeah honestly this is one thing I truly don’t understand as a 40 year old. Is the “Boomer” hate thing just another flavor of “I hate my parents”? Or is there something I am missing about what they believe Boomers have done to the world! It’s a serious question.

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dakin116 4 points ago

I think there is genuine criticism of that generation essentially "gatekeeping" industries to keep their gravy train rolling. For instance, i worked a job in a lab where the assistants were all far more educated than the "technical" personnel who had been grandfathered in. When they were getting started, it was acceptable to be trained on the job. That same job now requires a 4 year degree and an additional 1-2 years of technical certification. There is just so much more red tape required these days.

Hell I know a guy who was trained on-the-job for autopsies and pathology grossing, he's fucking brilliant at it and never stepped foot inside a college. Want to do that now? Fat chance, it requires near doctor level investment in school... 6 years minimum.

Employers no longer seem interested in investing in their workforce like they used to.

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Captain-D 5 points ago

Interesting, thanks. I mean, I agree the world today is shit all around compared to the way I grew up as well as how noble I viewed my grandparents generation to be. I always just blame it on technology personally — to me, that’s destroyed who we are and how the world operates, but not necessarily because the Baby Boomers did anything. All I know is that we haven’t had a solid generation in some time and it gets worse with each one that comes along. Glad to see so many Gen-Z Trump supporters tough. It gives me hope we’re in for a Renaissance of sorts after everything inevitably falls apart.

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grenades_and_ham 1 point ago

It's someone to blame for their own shortcomings.

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AstronoMink 3 points ago

^^^This guy gets it.

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WowStrongWinning -3 points ago

Well let’s look at Boomer losses then - Vietnam, communist propaganda, education. And yeah, the Coronavirus lockdown is due to Boomers, who are at the elderly age now.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 9 points ago

More silliness. DJT is the oldest baby boomer. They turn 56 - 74 this year. VERY few baby boomers are in the category of most deaths due to CCPvirus, which is 70+ (and moreso at 80+)

The lockdown is due to globohomos tryng to implement OWG. The plan was created in 1913. Communist propaganda started influencing the US when the oldest baby boomer was less than 10 years old. Lots of baby boomers died and were maimed in 'Nam, that's a loss (that never needed to happen)

The gulf of Tonkin event certainly wasn't planned by baby boomers; in case you're unaware that's what was done to try to gain popular support for that war. It's also when the CIA popularized the term "conspiracy theory" to try to discredit those who knew what was going on.

Education started going downhill in 1921 with the creation of the CFR.

You need to revise your opinion here based on FACTS. Stop falling for the divide and conquer strategy of our enemy!

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ThurstonHowell3rd 8 points ago

I don't think you can pin Vietnam on the Boomers. That was their predecessors.

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mintyfresh 7 points ago (edited)

How about a few boomer wins? I mean, you're posting here because of one of them. Claiming a whole generation is losers is a sure fail; which gen elected Reagan?

  • Cold War (Aegis, Seawolf)
  • Internet
  • microprocessor

Look in the mirror. That's who's made you the way you are, no matter what gen you're from.

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WowStrongWinning 2 points ago

Definitely, have to give credit where credit is due.

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HowardRoark -8 points ago

Gen X here as well. I watched the Boomers climb up the ladder and once they got up there, they pulled the ladder so generations after could not move up.

This is 100% on the Boomers.

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grenades_and_ham 1 point ago

That ladder you speak of is not there, you need to make it yourself. No one ever handed me anything. Along the way I've taught those who will listen and helped those I could. In the end you have to stand by yourself. Maybe it's time some self reflection.

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HowardRoark 1 point ago

Yeah, I already did. I'm a self-made millionaire. The ladder was definitely pulled up and I succeeded in spite of it. I'm not sure what to self-reflect about at this point, aside from becoming a decamillionaire.

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Segfault 28 points ago

So hard to guess what age bracket is considered a “boomer” these days when everyone calls everyone a boomer.

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diogenesLamp 37 points ago

No it isn’t.

It means someone born during the Baby Boom after WWII.

That’s it.

Anybody using it to mean “over 30” or anything else is a dumbass.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 6 points ago

That's not it. Born 1946-64.

Generations have always been held to be 20 years. Since Gen X was decided to end in 1980, Gen Y should be 1981 to 2000, and Gen Z should be 2001 - 2020.

This silliness was never a thing before. "Baby boomer" made sense as it started as you correctly stated and ended the year I was born; I in fact saw years immediately following me in school shrink in size. It truly was the end of the baby boom.

We started naming decades, then devolved into this element of the globohomo's divide and conquer strategy. We need to rise above it! (And every other bogus attempt they make to prey upon the very worst of human nature, which takes exactly ZERO talent)

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diogenesLamp 3 points ago

That’s exactly it.

1946-1964 is the time period of the Baby Boom.

And no, generations have never been twenty year times slots. It’s always been fuzzy.

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Pedeville -19 points ago

Ok boomer

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kag-2020- 20 points ago

This but unironically

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stratocaster_patriot 3 points ago

Like literally this.

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johnrambo 4 points ago

Ok zoomer

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Cmchn 4 points ago

Ok zoomer/coomer/doomer/bloomer.

Did I forget anything? I guess I should just use *oomer from now on.

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eviantears 4 points ago

OKLAHOMA SOONERS

The dogpile grows...

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basicevent 18 points ago

Ok Coomer

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grenades_and_ham 17 points ago

It's pretty much anyone over 55. Some definitions say 1965, others say 1963. It's a pretty broad statement to say that all of America's problems are "boomers" fault.

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stratocaster_patriot 8 points ago

I agree. I'm GenX but am of an age where I could easily have kids that are in their early 20's being total fuck ups. I personally blame my generation for creating all these wacko feminists and trannies.

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MAGAnum_PI 5 points ago

Gen X as well, what was once the kids that had fucking emotional breakdowns when Kurt Cobain died, are now the parents that instill that sense of over emotional bullshit to their children who turn it up to 11 and create this clown fiesta

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 5 points ago

Again I think it's too broad to blame any one generation. It's part of the USSR plot to overthrow the US, and also part of the globalist agenda to destroy the US and impose OWG. These efforts made historic inroads in NYC and RI (LGBTQBBQ+) and I as the youngest baby boomer was there at the beginning of the bra burning feminists. ("I was there" meaning I witnessed it, not that I took part.Plus I'm a guy) Although whatever "Wave" of feminism they're up to now is a completely different beast.

This couldn't have happened without schools having been taken over by Marxists supporting the globalist agenda, which started bigly in 1921. This ties in directly to the creation of the Fed in 1913.

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stratocaster_patriot 1 point ago

That all makes sense but I am only focusing on Boomers because they are the ones drawing SS right now and that's what the topic is. We know for a fact that many Boomers have not saved a penny and plan to rely on welfare for retirement. It's just a fact. It will be a fact when I am that age, when the Millenials are that age, etc.

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grenades_and_ham 0 points ago

Translation: Boomers have become a burden on society.

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Workhorse101 5 points ago

It's a fucking moronic statement to blame a generation for everything wrong in society today.

But its understandable because it's quite clear that the average age of the people who post the most on this forum are probably late teens to mid 20s.

And that age group always thinks they know better than their elders.

But its always easy to do Monday morning quarterbacking.

Us older people can easily blame the young of today for everything bad in society too but again that would be moronic and require a low IQ level of critical thinking.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 4 points ago

Born in 1964 is universally accepted as the end of the baby boom, and thus the end of the baby boomer generation. It was readily visible to see the decline. The youngest baby boomers (me) are presently 55, and turn 56 this year.

The oldest baby boomer is DJT, who turns 74 this year. LOTS of people still in power who are too old to be a baby boomer!

Facts matter. You're close!

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spezisacuckold -5 points ago

It's broadly accurate.

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grenades_and_ham 8 points ago

Glad your here to clean up the mess, you sound so virtuous.

The hero we all deserve.

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stratocaster_patriot 7 points ago

There is always a little intermediate overlapping group of people but basically it is anyone born after WWII and before 1965. But you are correct given what a lot of dumb ass kids say. They are so uninformed these days it just boggles the mind.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 4 points ago

"Boomer" is a nuclear submarine, the most survivable element of our nuclear triad. With no planned replacement. Once they're all out of commission China will be a much bigger threat.

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WowStrongWinning 4 points ago

I think being born from ‘43 - ‘56 gives the best range for a boomer. Once you’re up closer to 1960, you’re more at that MTV Generation X range.

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ThurstonHowell3rd 4 points ago

It's between 1946 and 1964. Someone born in 1960 would have been 21 when MTV debuted.

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WowStrongWinning 2 points ago

Yeah I know that’s the range that anthropologist demark, but I think it’s too broad. Peak Boomer to me is being 20 years old between ‘64 - ‘72 coinciding with Vietnam. Which is also when that counter-culture aspect came along.

Being born after ‘56, they were too young to participate in the counter-culture movement. They’re definitely more Fast Times at Ridgemont High, than Woodstock.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 6 points ago

You're not speaking from experience. I was born in 1964. The grades in school immediately younger than me were visibly getting smaller, fewer students. The baby boom ended when I was born. The term baby boomer literally refers to the baby boom that happened when our soldiers came home from WWII and got busy even though so many of their wives had left them during the war, and ended in 1964.

The cultural differences you allude to are separate, but not all of us were raised by TV. Cultural differences are a LOT more significant than the artificial "generations" under discussion here.

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HankHayes 2 points ago

Born September 1960. Can confirm.

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Taqiyya_Mockingbird 22 points ago

It wasn’t all boomers though. The target of your ire should be the counter culture hippie movement. They were literally counter to our culture. It was a generations long psyop that we are dealing with the fallout from.

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Southern_Belle 10 points ago

However, they were also brainwashed.

The whole movement was essentially a CIA-drug fueled social experiment.

After 1960, they had the birth control pill, so promiscuity became rampant.

They were being manipulated, too.

They didn't think they were counter to our culture; they thought they were counter to the Hawks.

They were about peace and love.

The idea behind it was to drug people out so they could be controlled.

So who's behind all this social engineering...that's been going on for thousands of years?

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Taqiyya_Mockingbird 7 points ago

Those who cannot be named.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 3 points ago

Name and shame! I refuse to be intimidated

It's not as simple as "the Rothschilds," and hasn't been since the French revolution. Our most direct route to overthrowing these bastards is citizen's arrest of our Governors. The most peaceful and effective way to do it is 20,000 patriots at every State Capitol, all at the same time. but we have to do it while so many are still out of work, and LONG before November.

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Taqiyya_Mockingbird 0 points ago

That’s not who I was thinking of, but good job playing the game.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

This is only one small microcosm of the bigger effort.

Perhaps the saddest part of this is bebop jazz musicians learned in the 50's that heroin is bad news, and here we are, experiencing a heroin "epidemic."

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Fremium2020 19 points ago (edited)

If you went through that shit, it was likely assumed that it would be self-evident to the kids. Also it was just a time they all just were fucking done, didnt want to relive that era, and just wanted their kids to live the life they all were denied.

Unfortunately you cant have it both ways.

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kag-2020- -3 points ago

Something something eternal vigilance, ah fuck it, kick back a bit. What's the worst that could happen.

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Fremium2020 11 points ago

Yeah?

How dare they. Born before WW1, live through the Spanish Flu, the Depression, drafted to another world war, get shot at for 4 years in horrid conditions.

But fuck them for being like "I'm going to enjoy the fact that I survived".

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kag-2020- 2 points ago

They still have a duty to teach their kids not to be Communists.

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aangler100 11 points ago

Their kids are fucking idiots then. Your argument means, if your parents die, you cannot learn for yourself.

Drink your soy, and hope your mom gives you some money today.

Man up.

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stratocaster_patriot 6 points ago

You can lead a horse to water.....

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 4 points ago

No this is wrong. Baby boomers were largely NOT children of WWII vets, even though that IS when the baby boom began. We certainly aren't the ones that ushered in communism. We're the ones that grew up with air raid drills in bomb shelters and were otherwise FAR more affected by the cold war than any younger generation.

WWII vets did NOT raise kids to be communists. Wtf are you thinking?

Public education having been taken over by the government with the creation of the DoE is what helped to create the current idiotic embrace of communism among our youth. Most parents find it horrifying, regardless what age the parent is.

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RiverFenix 14 points ago

So do we blame the Boomers or their Parents for creating the generation of destruction?

Keep in mind - I think you're partially bang on, but consider the relative ignorance of the general population throughout the years, especially going from Christopher Columbus days to modern cellphones is such a short span of time. We (presently) are the same idiot peasants of yester-millenia. It's a hard thing to do - picture a guy living with horse and buggy but with the same intellectual capacity you currently have now... but without the internet and red pills leading him in any real direction. Many 'red pilled' in the past fell prey to the occult and became the very ones we hate now. The thirst for knowledge and the blind curiosity sometimes leads to very dark paths (as I'm sure you know)..

The generation that birthed the Boomers were themselves highly propagandized and used as cannon fodder, after their parents experienced the same thing hardly 20 years prior. The great depression didn't help (though it likely did - it created Tough people).. Not only are we a cumulative product of our environment and history - we're essentially still fucking fighting the same war as our forefathers if you can wrap your head around it.

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Tusculan2 9 points ago

This. The amount of upheval and loss of basics of society between 1914 and 1945 was huge. We don't get the sixties without the valium hopped up perfect housewife crap that the 1950s tried to shoehorn everyone in because they had lost their uncles and grandparents and their traditions.

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aangler100 10 points ago

fuck right off. you fucking expect everything to be done for you, then blame your failure on Santa Claus, grow the fuck up. Man up.

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2honks 8 points ago

It's short sighted to blame an entire generation on any one thing. The reality is that there were people to went to Vietnam, and people who didn't or refused to. The communists dug in their heels and rooted themselves deep into this country and our culture in that timeframe. They poisoned academia. They made sure troops coming home were treated horribly. We also had the previous generation of battle hardened mother fuckers from WW2 and the korean war who were all in senior ranks during vietnam. Those guys were ready for another full scale war. So there were a lot of factors affecting boomers. Those that came home and were greeted with disrespect were outcasted. Some of them even switched sides to the folks treating them like shit which is crazy to me. The warriors of vietnam didn't give a fuck about politics and just wanted to work and make a decent life for their families. That is how the liberals took over. They went to work infiltrating every nook and cranny of big city politics and every job they could stick an activist in. While I agree with you that they were an insanely destructive generation, I think that a lot of external influencers played a role in that.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 3 points ago

You can't say "communists dug in their heels and rooted themselves deeply into this country and our culture in that timeframe."

1913 creation of the Fed. Monetary control, turned us all into debt slaves. Same people that turned Russia into the USSR in 1918.

1921 creation of the CFR. Undue influence over education. (SEE: Cecil Rhodes) this brings Frankfurt School and Kalergi Plan.

1950's McCarthyism. He was more correct than even he knew!

Deadman switches being thrown now = near total economic collapse + unprecedented deficit spending + corn teen + race riots + what else?

This is a LONG and deliberate progression that certainly did not begin in 1913. That's merely when they first got a stranglehold in the US. We need to take this Country BACK! I have a plan to do it peacefully and legally, but it needs to be in the next 3 months or less. I've been posting the shit out of it since 3/30.

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Shakakka99 5 points ago

but they failed the single most important test, which is passing their values onto the next generation

They were fucking tired man. Probably from killing actual Nazis.

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ThurstonHowell3rd 6 points ago

Perhaps they've been trying to pass on their values and what they get in return is "OK, Boomer".

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

Pretty much this, except it was more "I'll report you to CPS!" Or the teacher. Or school nurse. Or whatfuckingever.

What it boils down to is the financial elite deliberately destroying the US in the effort to bring us to our knees financially so that we'll willingly forfeit everything the US ever stood for in exchange for some gibs. Without a single shot being fired.

Look how many are there right now!

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iPertinax 2 points ago

Came here to say this, as well as echo what a few of the other comments said.

Their kids often put themselves through college where they were indoctrinated by commie professors and drug culture. What could they have done to their 'kids' at that point when those kids are 18 years old, out of state, and for all intents and purposes free adults?

The idea that this guy just pooh-poohs surviving the depression and saving the world from fucking nazis would be hilarious if it weren't so sad.

I don't like the term 'greatest generation' because to me that title should be placed upon the founding father's generation, but it seems evident that they are our last great generation, or will be until things become so truly terrible that strength once again rises from very hard times.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

Shakakka99, the statement you're responding to is FALSE.

Btw the first soldier into battle on D-Day was my Mom's Uncle. He survived the whole thing including the battle of Bastogne, came home in one piece physically and mentally, and died of old age on domestic soil. No telling how many nazis he had to kill to do that.

I'm the youngest baby boomer. I'm here to tell you MOST of us are made of the same "stuff" Uncle Frank was: he wasn't particularly big, strong, tough, smart, or even fast. He was just DETERMINED. And it's our turn to be heroes! Unfortunately the war we face is on domestic soil; fortunately we have FAR fewer opponents: all we need to focus on now is Governors. (It's long to explain why that is and how it works)

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Supersaiyanbroly737 2 points ago (edited)

I don't get how the boomers were at fault here. Boomer range is 1946 to 1964. A lot of those looters look 25 and younger. If a boomer born in 1964 had his last child at 30 years old, that youngest child would be 26 now born in 1994.

Remember, boomers married early compared to today. I think Gen X is the problem. Especially since these looters are mostly early 20's.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 3 points ago

I was born in 1964, my youngest child is 25 this year. I wouldn't blame this situation on any one generation. It's a deliberate plan of the financial elite, set in motion in this Country in 1913.

I won't say the plannedemic had all its details planned in 1913. I won't say they deliberately created the virus and released it. They certainly financed development and building of Level 4 labs in the first place, may be behind the Chinese power couple that smuggled the virus from Canada to Wuhan, certainly directed the recent collapse of financial markets which is the largest exchange of wealth in history, and may have caused the triggering event behind our cities currently burning due to race riots.

How many more deadman switches do they have? How long will we wait to find out? Our Governors are our direct route to fight back against this, and we have a max of 3 months to physically remove them from Office via citizen's arrest, for mass murder. There are 1,500 lawsuits filed against them, we need to sign on to class action lawsuits, both civil and criminal. Those will take years to conclude, we need to act NOW. We can win, legally and non-violently. But not if we wait for the election.

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Rufus_Shinra 2 points ago

1913 was the creation of the FED I believe? Central banking and income tax. It's the end all and be all of corruption for prosperous nations.

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mintyfresh 1 point ago

Don't for a second assume they all failed.

We won the Cold War, remember?

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flashersenpai 2 points ago

Did we win, or did they just lose? Seems like there's still a lot of them around and in very important positions in our own country.

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mintyfresh 2 points ago

Like Frey, Newsom, Whitmer, Buttigieg, Page, Brin, Zuckerberg, Dorsey, or The Squad, you mean?

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flashersenpai 2 points ago

YUP or all the other ideological children of the soviet union

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mintyfresh 1 point ago

Are you referring to boomers, or Russians? Either way, there are none on that list.

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duck__man 4 points ago

1965 immigration change.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

That's a contributing factor, certainly. Part of the Kalergi plan. In sync with the Frankfurt School. set in motion by the CFR, created in 1921. Same circle of influence that created the Fed in 1913.

They've been planning this moment in history for 107 years. We've got some catching up to do in the planning department ...

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

This ideology is complete and utter bs. "the hands that destroyed America" had a firm grip in 1913 with the creation of the Fed. Plus for your concept here to hold true would mean that everyone born between 1946 - 1964 met in a locked room and behind closed doors we all plotted how to destroy everything, including ourselves.

I realize you're only repeating what you've heard, but please consider how utterly ridiculous it is. Many in power now are too old to be baby boomers. ("Boomer" is a nuclear submarine, specifically the most survivable element of our nuclear triad) When was this fabled time when baby boomers were in control of everything? DJT is the oldest baby boomer, I am the youngest. Which one of us are you accusing of "destroying America?" Our generation is certainly NOT in control to be able to do any such thing. And you are in no position to be able to speak about to what extent our parents passed on their values. We did what every generations tried to do: take what's good and reject what's bad. Younger generations would benefit from this except the family has been deliberately destroyed and replaced with the State. This too was set in motion in 1913, when DS globalists secretly but firmly took control of the US and turned us all into debt slaves. Only now is that really catching up to us and biting us in the ass! Again, that is NOT the doing of anyone alive now. Neither would it be fair to blame it all on Woodrow Wilson.

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AstronoMink 2 points ago

Everybody's blaming boomers for just getting used to the new normal they were raised in when everybody should be scrutinizing socialists who knowingly sold an unsustainable system to desperate Americans who bet and lost their cultural longevity on it.

The blame-game does nothing but trip us on animosity looking backward while moving forward. Understand the true culprit is not the generation, but the propaganda and ideologies that molded it. Then look ahead and focus our efforts against allowing the same culprit to deal the same damage to future generations, or we will learn the hard way how history repeats itself.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Such stupidity you just posted. It's not too late to start learning better

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Aquamine-Amarine 0 points ago

I agree. Many millennials grew up in toxic, abusive homes because one or both of their parents was either an alcoholic or drug addict. Or maybe they only had a single parent. Situations like that create screwed up children, who become easily brainwashed in college and by the media. And then we wonder why millennials suffer from so many mental health issues? Their parents are to blame - it started in the home. Poor parenting created children who were easily taken advantage of by the communists that had infiltrated the education system and media.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

here's the background you don't yet see: communists had infiltrated the highest levels of power in the US by 1913. They literally controlled the levers of power, and then did the same in 1918 to turn Russia into the USSR. (So it's not about capitalism vs communism, those are ad hoc diversions) In 1921 they created the CFR, then brought the Frankfurt School and Kalergi plan here. Destruction of "the nuclear family," which the OJ Simpson trial directly contributed to. Creation of the DoE, which was a government takeover of education that directly led to the current embrace of communism by so many of our youth.

This is a very long and involved plan. You're simply taking note of a few of it's deliberate effects. Don't blame those effected, but target those pulling the strings. Perhaps it takes a lot of understanding to see why focusing on our Governors NOW is our most direct way to fight this obviously evil influence. (And in the rare instance where the Governor is ok, focus on the most tyrannical Mayor)

All it takes for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing. It's our turn to be heroes! (Regardless of age)

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Myrdoc -3 points ago

The Boomers are the only generation in America's history to have it better than their parents AND their kids. Don't get me started on them.

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stratocaster_patriot 1 point ago

Same fucking culture that is now trying this whole "let's listen to the wisdom of our children" horseshit.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

Said horseshit is not "culture;" it's horseshit. Let's stick to truth instead: children are people, and perhaps as intelligent as adults. They should be listened to and respected as people, but parented as CHILDREN. CPS makes that as impossible as they fucking can, and all too often imposes injustice and tyranny.

The nuclear family continues to be deliberately destroyed, including right now.

WE create culture! And we need to be heroes.

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WowStrongWinning -4 points ago

I was going to make this exact point. The greatest generation did a lot of good, but they were piss poor in raising their children with strong values.

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ThurstonHowell3rd 2 points ago

Hey now, at least we gave the world eight years of Ronald Reagan. It was the generation after us that put that sumbitch Slick Willie in office.

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WowStrongWinning 0 points ago

Lol true, but it was also Regan who really brought in the deep state with making Bush his VP.

Regan did good, but his mistakes were disastrous - amnesty for illegals, and VP as Bush. While Iran Contra was bad, it didn’t harm the US as much as those two other things has done.

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ThurstonHowell3rd 2 points ago

Let's not forget the big one - He caused the end of the Soviet Union.

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WowStrongWinning 1 point ago

For sure, I think the good that Reagan is much more than his mistakes. I’m just saying that his mistakes ended up being really bad.

While the Soviets were beaten, the rise of the Deep State started happening his time, and frankly, I’m not sure who is worse. At least with the Soviets we knew who our enemies were. Now we get punks like Ciaramella running around who are tougher to identify.

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ThurstonHowell3rd 1 point ago

Yeah, good point. All true.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

DS was FULLY in control of the levers of power by 1913.

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WowStrongWinning 1 point ago

I don’t believe so. The FBI and CIA weren’t even formed by then, nor had the cultural Marxism fathers reached America.

I think arguments could be made for the the late 50’s particularly when Eisenhower warned about the Military Industrial Complex. The 70’s with Nixon opening up relations with China and removing the US from the gold standard.

Are you talking about when bankers were trying to establish a central bank?

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americathegr888 -3 points ago (edited)

My issue with the greatest generation is that they fought a war to voluntarily give control of their country and most of Europe to globalist bankers instead of staying out of it or helping the side that just wanted to be able to control their own currency.

Imagine telling those guys that they were fighting to import millions of third worlders that would kill their children and grandchildren on the daily, the "right" for their sons to cut off their dicks or end their genetic line, and the "right" to be taxed into the ground by global communist bankers. I wonder if they'd have been keen to go then.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

You posted a YUUGE distortion. It might make for interesting discussion(s), but deserves it's own post.

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xopi 1 point ago

Millennial here (and I really, really hate that term). I've grown up a lot and realized that boomers are so fucking stupid and I am using that to my advantage. I swear they were never taught math in school. Why would they need to know math and money? They were told all their life "work 40 hours a week, have 2.5 kids, a wife, and a dog, and you'll retire at 65".

Savings? What is that? Investing? My company takes care of that! I'm fully invested in Enron! Or better yet, some really nice guys in suits came to my house and showed me some fancy charts so I set up my investment account with them. No I didn't ask anything about the fees or ask why they've lost money every single year for the past 10 years. Retirement? Isn't that what social security is for? Wait you mean I wasn't supposed to do a cash out 30 year refinance when I was 55 (at least chances are you'll die before you actually pay it off, so there's that) because my wife wanted a bigger bathroom?

Now with the covid19 housing crash that will be coming, all these boomers will be losing their houses. If it's not because they lost their jobs due to corona, it will be due to the HUGE spike in divorces. The pound me too movement and the Duluth model made it so that the husband goes to jail while the wife keeps the house. What the wife usually fails to realize, and this is a boomer issue, especially if she was a stay at home wife, is that having a house costs money, even if it's paid off. Since the husband is in jail, he can't even pay alimony, so guess what happens. That house eventually ends up on the market.

Boomers really have no idea how to plan 5 years in the future. As a bonus, this makes it laughably easy to start a business, undercut them, and eventually replace them. You don't even have to undercut them on price. Boomers say "oh it's the way it's always been done, we can't do that." while someone comes along and says "that's silly and overly complicated for no reason. Why are you making it so hard for people to do business with you." Hell, on my main business I am PROUDLY more expensive than the competition. I also make it so easy to do business with me that people don't even care about that. They call us, we have actual experts who know exactly what they need/want, we bill them, delivered. That easy. I've already taken over a few boomer owned competitors and we're currently eyeing two more.

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kyblugrass 1 point ago

Boomers grew up in the era of plenty of opportunity, and offshored and H1B'd it all away in the 80's and 90's to pad their 401k's. It amazes me to see how they don't reign in their spending, and believe theirs always more around the corner.

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thepilotofmoya 29 points ago

Either Muslim or paid by China or Soros. The predictability is getting tiresome.

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Toughsky_Shitsky 14 points ago

. . . and it continues unabated. How are anti-American lefty agitators like Soros still running free?

If you don't fight evil, evil takes over.

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thepilotofmoya 2 points ago

HA! SAVED

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HuskeyG 1 point ago

Take it with my blessing 🐸

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angryamerican1964 6 points ago

Away with you Trolltard

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unicornpoop 13 points ago

Obama built this.

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DisrespectfulNipples 13 points ago

It goes all the way back to Lyndon Johnson in the 1960's. The Great Society in 1964, and the 1965 Immigration Act are top reasons.

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unicornpoop 14 points ago

I meant specifically the Somali resettlement in Minneapolis. But yeah, it goes way back. Almost as if this is a long term game someone is playing.

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PepeHelicopterTours 4 points ago

It's like they lost the civil war and were like "eh we will try again in 100 years"

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WowStrongWinning 3 points ago

Even further back than that. Truman really fucked us. We could have gone after the Soviet’s in ‘45/46 and won. We could have gone after China in ‘51 and won. That would have knocked communism out. But Truman was too much of a feckless leader to actually see the bigger picture and nip the problem in the bud.

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magabirdlady 5 points ago

Obama’s legacy.

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marshallbanana 7 points ago

The mayor of Minneapolis is Jewish.

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kag-2020- 8 points ago

Hitler had many Jewish officers. Turns out, some people are complete traitors.

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Luvmyhub75 6 points ago

Yup. 💯

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americathegr888 1 point ago

Every time.

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HockeyMom4Trump 2 points ago

Overall, no. Just plain old ordinary black and white criminals

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IForgot 2 points ago

He's just pandering to his base. His city, Little Mogadishu, is a shithole.

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Vegans4Trump 8 points ago

millennials destroyed it. hopefully our children will rebuild

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NoatakTheWiser 5 points ago

*Zoomers destroyed it.

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thisguy883 2 points ago

This.

Millennials were probably the ones telling them to go home and get off the streets.

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NoatakTheWiser 2 points ago

Not gonna pretend Millennials aren't cucked as well, I'm a millennial and I'll admit that. But like you said most millennials are still too scared about the plandemic even do anything lmao. They'll cheer on from the background though but I say the majority of the folks out there were Zoomers. Like think about a public school with a lot of behavioral problems, agitators will be more likely to involve demographics like that to cause the most destruction because they are much more likely to cause crimes than millennials who are at least 23 in 2020. A millennial that acts like that is more likely to be in jail at this point. A Zoomer that acts like that is more likely to be out of jail and available to riot. The way I see it.

TL;DR there were definitely more Zoomers than any other generation out there.

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freespeech4all 4 points ago

millennials past 25-26 now

this aint them

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mintyfresh 1 point ago

Who invented social media? That surely qualifies as "opiate of the masses". Which gens get hit by cars crossing the street 'cause they can't take their eyes off their phones?

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Light_HIV_Effect 7 points ago

They want the optics of a totalitarian dictatorship. That's why the CNN video is fake.

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TheLion 4 points ago

The MN governor basically said that the riots were justified. This goes beyond that empty suit mayor.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

Your hypothesis here just doesn't fit, sorry. They Mayor and Governor are BOTH complicit with globomo's intent to destroy the US and implement OWG. This attempt at global control did NOT start in 1946 and even if it were that recent, infants certainly couldn't plan it.

You're short on facts. You're also leaving out all the hard times endured through the 60's and 70's.

This is not and should not be a generational struggle. We MUST be one! And focus on the true enemy, which are the very few who profit obscenely off the creation and control of our currency. You are cooperating with their plan here, which is to divide and conquer. Please take a moment to observe the big picture.

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americathegr888 1 point ago

It's mostly due to third worlders being imported by the millions. Legal immigrants vote 90% left and want communism, and ALL minorities vote 78-90% left and want communism. There's only ONE group that votes majority conservative and to uphold the Constitution in this country.

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Specter 1 point ago

Yes liberalism is a mental disorder. But we need to be cautious about this situation, there are false flags all over the place (operation mockingbird maybe?). Let all facts emerge.

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Kekistanirefugee 157 points ago

I think this is the dems end game, they are hoping the NG shoots some protesters down and they can scream TRUMP IS KILLING BLACK PEOPLE!

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Toughsky_Shitsky 59 points ago

Ever since Kent State, the left has been dreaming of a reeeeeepeat. And the summer before a Presidential election is perfect timing for them to stir up the shit.

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tiwal 25 points ago

There were some more killed students by the government later that year. They didn't get publicized at all.

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Flak 41 points ago

Plot twist: Trump deployed only black NG members

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9x10again 9 points ago

I hate that I laughed at that.

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ProdigalPlaneswalker 12 points ago

That just means you still have your soul...

SOUL TRAIN HAS NO BRAKES!

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rickscarf 3 points ago

Love me some Soul Train, good stuff

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 3 points ago

Get down, get down

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Returningtogod 6 points ago

Get down, James Brown!

(Said in James Brown’s voice, and also my brother who did a great James Brown imitation!)

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ThurstonHowell3rd 1 point ago

Aaaaaahhhhh-OH!, Rub-a-dub-dub in da hot tub! Hit it!

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Returningtogod 1 point ago

Haha, heard my brother saying that! Thanks for the flashback lol!

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Eddie Murphy did it better :)

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Johnfox13 38 points ago

Yup!

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HughGRection 19 points ago

That is 100 percent what they are wanting. And if that happens, I don't even really want to think about what the ramifications will be.

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MaxineWaters4Prez 1 point ago

More Soros agitation for hire.

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NormaJeanRocks 22 points ago

A guy that defended his store from the looters is in jail now for shooting someone, thats part of the reason.

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Slick_Willys_Nutsack 6 points ago

Can't arrest thousands of us. There's power in numbers and the douches lastnight realize that now

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thisguy883 1 point ago

Well their government was a bunch of lefty sympathizers, so of course they won't do anything.

If we were out there stopping this, we would be arrested for vigilante justice and those same lefty politicians who run the place would make examples of us because Orange man bad.

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Slick_Willys_Nutsack 2 points ago

By that logic the police state Govt has aligned with the left/rioters giving us 2 enemies even though the rioters are rioting against the police weird right. With your attitude I can't wait to meet you in the gulags personally. I hope they treat us well before they execute us.

I'm telling you logistically how can they arrest 10K armed fighting back people? If by some miracle they even caught half of us Think courts can process even 5K cases relatively fast? It would ovewhelm them.

Bottom line strength in numbers. We the people have the power we just need to organize, coordinate and fight back against these chumps. If I had it my way my first revolutionary declaration would be to burn down all MSM headquarter buildings simultaneously

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 3 points ago

The way we win is by physically removing our Governors from Office via citizen's arrest for mass murder. 20,000 of us at each State Capitol, all at the same time. Class action lawsuits, both civil and criminal, those are what give us a lasting victory but expect them to be tied up in Court for years so we need to act within 3 months. It takes a lot of understanding the big picture to see how this gets to the financial elite, but they do not protect Governors. They don't want us uniting against them, they want us fighting our fellow Americans. Don't cooperate with their strategy of divide and conquer! That's how they win.

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americathegr888 -1 points ago

And the NG will likely be used exclusively against such people or to disarm such people from protecting themselves from black rioters.

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bill_in_texas 19 points ago

The laws in Minnesota are criminal-centric. One of the few arrests was the pawn shop owner, who shot someone in the desperate attempt not to lose his store, and thus, his livelihood. Looters, arsonists and rioters running free, a store owner gets arrested. Sound familiar?

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thisguy883 2 points ago

It's amazing to me that they have let this happen, and will still most likely vote for the same type of people who allowed it to happen.

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americathegr888 0 points ago

The store owners aren't the ones voting left, it's the minorities and legal immigrants.

All minority groups vote 78-90% left. All legal immigrants vote 90% left. There's one group in this country that votes 70+% conservative consistently, and they're the people being attacked for no reason and having their property burned.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

You say "sound familiar?" Can you explain the context? Are you just saying "white man bad," or is there more?

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americathegr888 0 points ago

Are you just saying "white man bad,"

The opposite.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Oh shoot, that question was directed at bill_in_texas. It sure doesn't look that way now!

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

"Our cities?" Are any protesters, anywhere, destroying anything that isn't their own neighborhood?

I'm ok with continuing the obvious US policy of allowing Muslims to kill Muslims. This is basically Somalia where this is happening. (Not referring to the other cities where it's spreading, but aren't those all D strongholds too?)

How bout we just confine them to their own area, and let them kill each other?

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Fremium2020 -3 points ago

You don't live in Minneapolis.

Why the fuck are you rushing there to shoot anything?

The Koreans in LA didnt run to the riot. They waited ready for it to come to them.

So settle down, Rambo. The person that screams the loudest for "war" are usually the ones that arent going to participate in it.

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thisguy883 2 points ago

You aren't wrong.

I've seen plenty of people on here talking about how they wish for a civil war, but have never actually been in any conflict.

It's not something you want to talk about or glorify.

You can bet your ass though that if this was going on in my neighborhood, I would bunker up with the family and make sure everyone who is able to shoot gets a gun. No one will be burning my shit down without a fight.

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ProdigalPlaneswalker 1 point ago

well regulated

The problem is that it hasn't been.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

Not organized enough? Not active enough? Haven't deposed our Governors yet?

Yes, yes, and YES!!

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IAbsolutelyDare 13 points ago

Dusting off the old Kent State playbook.

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Cyer6 4 points ago

Leave it to the Win to think through this shit. It helps that we understand and have studied history. They were probably giddy with delight when Trump made that tweet about shooting looters. They would love to see Trump's soldiers gunning down black people. That's exactly how the left and MSM would frame it up. Don't expect all this anarchy to let up. They will need complete chaos to push those soldiers into firing on those anarchists.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

Except the only reason anybody equated DJT's tweet with "NG shooting black people" is Twatter's bs. They now rate in front of Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson for race baiting, combined.

I say we just confine them to their own neighborhoods and let them kill each other. And no federal funds. The Mayor and Governor are clearly scheming to make this as bad as possible, let them fix it. Fuck them.

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1in1024th 13 points ago

Trump needs these folks to be really frickin careful.

Remember nobody should trust government authority fully. Remember Waco? Ruby Ridge?

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Mr_Dr_Jullian_Dunbar 5 points ago

Where was Barr then? He is now the AG...

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Ipray4potus 2 points ago

What a reach.

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FuckCommies 10 points ago

These arent protestors. They are rioters and looters. They kill each other in droves for fucks sake. Most of those down there couldn't care less about a guy getting killed.

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thisguy883 1 point ago

This.

They did this shit for themselves. No reason to burn and loot businesses other than taking shit you want but can't afford.

Fuck those people. They all deserve the rope.

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Basedkekistani2020 9 points ago

Remember what Soros did in the Ukraine with snipers

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roflschlonged 8 points ago

“Protesters”

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FuckCommies 3 points ago

"looting bouffers"

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Balzenburg 4 points ago

Could see a false flag type scenario.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Are you claiming that it hasn't been from the beginning, with the killing of George Floyd? Did you see the look on that cop's face?

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muslimporn 4 points ago

They're going to repeat again what they did with Syria and Assad but instead treat Trump like that.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Correction: they'll TRY. This is why we must act and NOW. Focus on our Governors. In the rare instance of a decent Governor focus on the most tyrannical Mayor.

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maxkenn 4 points ago

They won't hope, they'll try to get some of them killed. That is why the white democrats are there, to push some black guy in front of the bullets to make a news story
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They did this type of thing in the 60s too. Some of those strategies were published.

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Indivisual_1 2 points ago

Came here for this comment. Lord willing nothing really stupid happens.

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Cyer6 1 point ago

It will depend on how committed the anarchists are to seeing this through to that result. Some of them will really need to push the boundaries and engage those soldiers for them to act.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

They're not looking to fight soldiers, just cops. And the Mayor and Governor are encouraging it. Why every single cop doesn't quit and move somewhere else I don't understand. Aren't most Police forces shorthanded?

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Cyer6 1 point ago

The bigger agencies definitely struggle to find candidates who can pass everything. First off, they actually have to find people who really want to be a cop That also means finding people with clean criminal backgrounds and the ability to make it through an academy. Believe it or not, a lot of academies can be difficult for most people and I'm not talking about the physical stuff. They need to be on top of things academically and show that they can function under pressure and make decisions. The process weeds out a lot of candidates and sometimes allows some rotten ones to get through.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Globohomos are definitely going for their endgame, and race riots are merely one more deadman switch en route. this is about FAR more than merely one US election!

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_Eric_Ciaramella_ 1 point ago

Warren has already made that assertion

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Cavemantrump 97 points ago

No School Shooting . next best thing Race Riot.it Never Ends . the Evil of it All

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Sumarongi 26 points ago

What will they do when this also fails?

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weltbild 20 points ago

rape accusations

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thisguy883 7 points ago

Already been done.

Maybe they will try to incite a war with another country.

Wait... They did that already too. Remember the Kentucky shooting range footage they used to say it was syrians being attacked because Trump removed troops?

Yup. Who knows what they have up their sleeve for next time.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 3 points ago

More deadman switches. Plague famine and war are primary.

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thuggishruggishtrump 10 points ago

Project blue beam

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Reference?

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RiverFenix 8 points ago

Nuke Milwaukee or St Augustine Florida?

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Nukes aren't the answer. You're thinking of the DNC convention?

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unicornpoop 8 points ago

Fails? It already succeeded as it's the only thing in the news. Next up is a mass shooting.

Riot, shooting, pandemic, oh my!

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aangler100 5 points ago

Well they had to wait for warm weather to do this.

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magaorg 4 points ago

An attempt on Trump probably. :(

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thisguy883 4 points ago

They already tried this.

Trump rally in Nevada. Foreign national on over stayed visa came to the rally with a gun to shoot Trump.

The fat sisters who drove their car off the road in order to ram the Presidential convoy.

The guy who jumped the white house fence at night, when Trump was staying at the white house without his family.

Those are just the few I could remember.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 3 points ago

More deadman switches. That's what this is you know. Globomo's end game. Bring the US population to our knees financially, get us to willingly forfeit everything the US ever stood for in exchange for some gibs, and do it all without a single shot being fired.

Look how many are right there already!

This is why we have to act NOW.

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basicevent 3 points ago

“Drumph raped somebody 50 years ago”

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Toughsky_Shitsky 2 points ago

Has he released his tax returns yet? Checkmate, drumpfie!

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aangler100 2 points ago

call us racists

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spezisacuckold 2 points ago

Muh Russia again.

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unicornpoop 10 points ago

They have to rotate between shooting and race riot, otherwise we get bored.

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McFatty7 70 points ago

CNN: Here's why Trump avenging a Black person's death is racist

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DemsFuckKids 30 points ago

"trump sends in military to help remove black people from city"

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downvotethechristian 25 points ago

Vox: Trump stopping peaceful looters and rioters is concerning. Here's why.

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DatNewbChemist 13 points ago

You laugh but that's the current chant. It's stupid. The whole thing. I watched several different Floyd videos and never - not once - did I see anything that suggested the police were doing this out of some sort of racial hatred. I've yet to see evidence that shows Chauvin or any of the other officers had anti-black sentiment (outside of doctored photos which even Snopes called out as false) and I've yet to see that this was anything outside of a terrible accident at its best and at its worst a clear sign of police brutality with one man abusing another man.

Yet, lo and behold, someone was white and someone else was black so NATURALLY every leftist asshole, every media outlet that has been foaming at the mouth to condemn Trump over any little thing, every social media hag that spends every passing thought trying to find a way to misrepresent and slant and skew, have all immediately ran towards "RACE! RACE! IT WAS CLEARLY RACIALLY MOTIVATED! NO QUESTION ABOUT IT!"

It's honestly sickening and tells a lot more about how they think they I believe they realize. People aren't people in their eyes apparently. It's asking too much to have them see this situation and think that it's a person hurting another person - to view these people as fundamentally equal in beginnings and then use evidence such as past behavior or what was said to judge accordingly and adjust beliefs for motivations from there. Nope. Asking for a freaking miracle at that point. For them, it's race and nothing else. They don't see a man and another man. They see white and black. Really shows who the real racists are...

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_TheConsumer_ 10 points ago

There is an actual belief held by many mayors across the country that you should let rioting and looting happen, uninterrupted. It’s based on “letting them blow off steam.” Burn the whole city down. They earned it.

Imagine doing that as a bank manager. Our policy is to allow robberies. It lets the robbery blow off steam.

This is what we get for poisoning an entire generation with racist liberal masquerading as “compassionate.”

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DatNewbChemist 4 points ago

Why not just full on embrace The Purge at that point? Might as well write it into law. It'd honestly probably be less devastating and costly if that's their philosophy.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Wow you can't watch the video of the murder and claim it was somehow an accident or that only one cop was the perpetrator. The 3 other cops there had the DUTY to knock the one cop off George, who was dead by the time the cop stopped kneeling on his neck. Look at that sadist's face, he knew he was killing him and he enjoyed it.

This is the most justified public outrage in the black community since the Civil War, with the Rodney King riots perhaps coming in second place.

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DatNewbChemist 1 point ago

I've yet to see evidence that shows Chauvin or any of the other officers had anti-black sentiment (outside of doctored photos which even Snopes called out as false) and I've yet to see that this was anything outside of a terrible accident at its best and at its worst a clear sign of police brutality with one man abusing another man.

I've never said people don't have a right to be outraged, I've said that people are jumping to conclusions about the motivation.

How do you know Chauvin wasn't just a piece of shit officer that abused power on any and all people he came across? How do you know his motivation stemmed from race? The answer is you don't.

I honestly welcome you to provide anything to suggest that it was a racially motivated action because I've yet to see anything beyond that it was police brutality being inflicted on an individual by another. Again, note I never said it wasn't terrible, that police brutality isn't something we all need to examine and solve, that there needs to be repercussions, any of that. All I've said is that somehow people have been able to label this as a racist act and I've yet to see anything to defend the idea that it was racially motivated outside of people simply seeing that one man is white and another is black (which itself is ironically a pretty racist way to view this and pigeonhole the world and its happenings).

If events had unfolded exactly the same - every word uttered was the same, every thought that went through everyone's mind was the same, every action performed by all individuals was the same, literally everything in the world was exactly the same - as it was with Floyd but instead a white man was the victim, would you still say it was a racially motivated action? Because I highly doubt you would. I think you would call it police brutality, I think people would be (rightfully) angry, but there wouldn't be these mass "racism" chants and riots. And what in that scenario changed? Only one thing - the race of the victim. So, somehow, under one scenario it's textbook racism yet under another - with everything but one factor being different (meaning same actions, same words, same thoughts, literally everything but that one thing) - it's police brutality.

... continue reading thread?
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thisguy883 3 points ago

CNN: MN government over reaching their powers and arresting everyone, including our staff. That's a good thing.

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Federalist10 51 points ago

Preserve the Union. Fuck these leftist twerps.

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Fremium2020 28 points ago

Dude, seriously stop with the over-dramatization.

This isnt the first riot in the past 160 years. There have been more and far worse, with far more people dead.

I dont even think the number killed can even be counted on one hand.

This is just the story of the week, and will likely be done by this time next week.

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WeShldBeAble2OwnRPGs 9 points ago

I believe there were quite a few incidents where Reagan called the national guard into California if I recall history correctly. I believe this decision worked to Reagan's favor as it quelled the protests and showed strength

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ParticleCannon 3 points ago

I dont even think the number killed can even be counted on one hand.

Especially when excluding friendly fire, like the Jogger at the liquor store

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Chad_Trump 2 points ago

This isnt the first riot in the past 160 years. There have been more and far worse, with far more people dead.

You think it's about this riot? Where have you been in the past 4 years? Have you seen how the left is dividing the country and destroying the constitution?

The way things are going there's a good chance there'll be a civil war in our life times (assuming you're a millennial).

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Fremium2020 1 point ago

The way things are going there's a good chance they'll be a civil war in our life times (assuming you're a millennial).

I'm not, and people in 1968 were closer to a real civil war. Lots more mass violence in the streets than we see today.

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Fremium2020 0 points ago

LOL!

You really try hard, dont you?

There are plenty of white girls for you to date and fuck, and have kids with.

If you arent trolling, then you ought to be on it right now.

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Federalist10 8 points ago

Not without civil war first. You think the unionists would lose, if it were to happen again?

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Federalist10 4 points ago

OK, but why assume it would stop just because we balkanized? Were the LGB happy after they got their way, or didn't they then push T on us afterward? Leftists never stop. Which means WE shouldn't either, until they're beat down into dirt (if necessary).

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Walrus_Tooth 6 points ago

Suppression of the Left is the kindest way to deal with them, as they’ll never, ever, stop being evil

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Federalist10 8 points ago

That's exactly right. They'd get a stronghold then go after each state one by one. They don't want coexistence. That's obvious because it's already being offered to them and they're rejecting it.

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yang_wenli_89 1 point ago (edited)

A lot of the reason people go nuts, and the reason politics is infecting every aspect of our society, is because we're all tied together under the same roof... If husband and wife are not allowed to separate despite growing to hate each other, one will end up killing the other. Voluntary association is a pretty good principle, as is the sovereignty of peoples. If we broke up into smaller polities that would only mean more representation of people... As things are now people feel like they are in a winner-take-all zero-sum game, it would actually ease tensions considerably if states that have nothing in common and hate each other are allowed to get divorced.. Democracy works horribly on a massive scale with hundreds of millions of people, with some areas having nothing in common with one another. I have no problem if Californians think they would be better off not being chained to Texans, or vice versa.

I know people are brought up thinking the greatest virtue is the federal government existing forever and ever into the future, but secessionism is really just the opposite of globalism. Hypothetically if the UK had already been bound into the EU for a hundred years or so, wouldn't it still be a good thing if they decided to leave?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CeOPU-NjG2Q

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

You're an anarchist. Go to Minneapolis and be happy.

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DJTJr4Senate 7 points ago

Underrated

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Cyer6 2 points ago

When this shit comes close to home... Embrace your inner Rooftop Korean!

https://townhall.com/columnists/kurtschlichter/2019/05/02/be-a-rooftop-korean-n2545651

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_TheConsumer_ 1 point ago

We could probably dispatch him to MN. He seemed like he was motivated.

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cbird54 35 points ago

Gods speed to those trying to bring order to this chaos.

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10gauge 32 points ago

Send in those firefighting planes and dump a lake on the rioters and looters.

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RiverFenix 22 points ago

Anyone caught rioting who isn't a natural born citizen should be deported back to their country of origin. The other ones should have to sit through John Podesta's Fatherhood video.

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outsidesmoke 4 points ago

As a terrorist for sure.

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hit_backspace 6 points ago

Technically, by US federal law every single rioter in the city right now can be charged for terrorism, because they are using violence to push a political agenda.

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fdagasfd 1 point ago

We should deport all those anti-fa who were spray painting their anarchy/anti-cop shit too. I know they're likely (sadly) citizens, we've just had enough of their nonsense for a while.

Ideally we would drop them off on the other side of where the wall extends the longest, for maximum lolz.

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10gauge 8 points ago

That might make them more retarded and gay. Lol

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thisguy883 4 points ago

Is that even possible?

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10gauge 1 point ago

Probably not.

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ThurstonHowell3rd 1 point ago

What they should have sprayed on the streets outside the police precinct: Mobility Denial System.

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fdagasfd 1 point ago

That's pretty cool, I'm guessing it's a pain in the ass to clean up maybe? Or they just don't need it most of the time so they didn't invest in it. Shame either way.

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ThurstonHowell3rd 1 point ago

It would be fun to watch those stooges try to walk through it though. You certainly wouldn't be able to carry a flat screen TV walking through that slop.

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fdagasfd 1 point ago

That guy who brought a chainsaw would slip and cut off his leg and then they'd riot harder.

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Telcontar2012 4 points ago

I've seen those big firefighting choppers filling up at the park near my house when a fire broke out a few years ago at a warehouse.

The amount of water they can instantly dump is very impressive. I would NOT want to be caught underneath that. A water cannon is one thing, it'll knock you flat on your ass. What's a Sikorsky S64 dropping the equivalent of a small swimming pool going to do to the human body?

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10gauge 4 points ago

Terminal velocity would pose limits. Perhaps start on a burning police precinct and maybe miss by a little...

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IAmAnElephante 31 points ago

So this is a time stamp in trumps history to watch. Lets hope National Guard brings some sort of order that Minneapolis couldn't do, but also continuing to not interfere with the protests. Lets also hope the protesters dont get aggressive and rush Nation Guard to allow for retaliation and cause a Kent State scenario.

A big win for trump imho is for him to demand a bill or do an executive order for Police Officers / Precinct reform of some sort. He says he wants to see justice for Floyd and this would back it up even more than putting DOJ + FBI + State prosecutor on independent investigations

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Thehumancentipede 5 points ago

THIS GUY GETS IT

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Shampagnepapi 3 points ago

What kind of reform do you think would be able to be done?

It’d be interesting for sure, but it can’t be an empty bill. He needs to provide actual change if there is really to be justice.

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IAmAnElephante 8 points ago (edited)

So I think a few things could atleast be brought into the conversation into terms of reform. I dont know all the answers but here is my take from how I have seen Police forces evolve to what it is now in many place:

  • So i think from a training perspective, shooting training and frequency must be tightened and have high as fuck standards. Frequency of testing behind your daily firearm use must be 1x a month or more frequent with MOA standards implemented. Introduce non lethals more often, as in situations like this. (I understand non lethals can put officers at risk vs a real threat, idk the balance ill be honest b.c police officers are human and they have families too)

    • This is to reduce under pressure inaccuracies, proper firearm usage / maintaining
  • Under stress training (Practice with bb's, blanks, self defense shit) should be on rotation 3-4x a year in groups that the military provides (for free since u know we pay that already) to law enforcement or that local trainers do (for a fee). Not this 1x a year, a "oh u got picked" type of stuff.

  • Mandatory counseling and mandatory therapy availability on payroll at the local or state level, free to be used by law enforcement but yet sorta of mandatory to weed out officers that may show signs of stress, anger, etc.

  • What i am trying to figure out is rules of engagement guidelines to prevent what we have recently seen this officer do to Floyd. How did that officer get to that mentality that its ok to sit on a dudes neck until he died, when the dude was obviously not going anywhere. Or creating / enforcing protections against citizens to intervene in a situation like this.

    • I have sat here and watched that footage over and over again and as a civilian watching behind the screen, I had my stomach dropping that no1 was trying to get physical with the officers to take attention away from floyd. No 1 was trying to attempt to do anything against the police (a murder was happening in plain view), they just stood and watched and screamed....while a man/human cried and begged for air
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MageGills 7 points ago

The thing is, the cop worked with George at a nightclub up until the end of last year. He knew the guy and most likely had a grudge against him. Whether or not he killed him on purpose or just took it too far and it was an accident is the question. Either way, it's not necessarily the fault of the police department and their training in these situations. Dude was just crazy and had a bone to pick with this guy most likely.

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fdagasfd 3 points ago

I've been watching a few Cop YouTuber videos about this and one thing that stuck out was that they all say: "That hold is not procedure." "There's no department in the world that teaches that." "This guy is fucking up." etc.

So if the guy who fucked up was already breaking the rules doing his own thing.... what the fuck do we change? He already will be prosecuted.

It's like saying: "This criminal offended us so much we demand you change the system!" We're already going to arrest and charge the guy, clearly we don't think this is OK.

I think like Trayvon it's largely inactionable emotion. Scary stuff.

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MageGills 2 points ago

Yeah exactly. But how are these people going to just immediately start rioting as if you can charge somebody with murder overnight? It's absolutely ridiculous.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 0 points ago

Watch the video - cop KNEW he was killing George and enjoyed it. George was dead before cop took his knee off his neck.

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Shampagnepapi 4 points ago

That first point is something I’ve been thinking about. On one hand I don’t think officers should be able to fire a weapon unless they’re either being shot at or have a weapon pointed at them, but on the other hand that puts them at a huge disadvantage should shit hit the fan. It’s really tough to figure out a clear guideline for something like this. Officers have families too and it’s a stressful job and the majority of them are good people and their lives shouldn’t be threatened because a few cops were bad apples.

I do think stress training would be a good start. It is a stressful job and they should be able to handle that stress. People get desperate when they’re stressed and that can lead to bad decision making. Training with the military would help with this, but I can see how people would think the police is being militarized.

I think the mandatory counseling could be huge. A lot of these issues could have been prevented by just seeing how the officers react to certain situations or just checking in on their past. This officer in particular had no business being a law enforcement officer based on his past. Every complaint needs an investigation. Sure it’ll be tedious and pointless most the time, but I think it’d be a big way to boost police/community relations if the therapy and investigations are actually taken seriously.

Rules of engagement are hard to talk about because most of us aren’t in their positions and deal with the shit they do on a daily basis. Which comes back to the whole training/therapy thing. We need to put every officer in a situation where they feel comfortable with anything that could happen from the job. If there is a shooting, while scary and stressful, they need to feel comfortable handling the situation based off the tons of training they go through.

This is the first time out of all these “cop/black male” crimes where I felt there was really no justification for the officers actions. Other times they were resisting, or attacking, or quickly reaching for something, but this one is inexcusable.

I think another good idea would be to have at least one officer in each squad or pair to have some type of basic medical training. Someone that can “check a pulse”. No one should die when they are in police custody unless an officers life is in danger, which was not the case here. Even in other situations a medical officer could be of assistance. Show up to a DV conflict and someone is injured? They could provide basic help until paramedics show up.

As I’m sure you’d agree though, these are all just ideas and we’re not experts. We definitely do need some type of reform.

And for all the people that for some reason think Floyd deserved this or the officer isn’t guilty, think of all the other people that die in officer custody too. The number should not be that high. Whether it’s black people, white people, or any other types of people. No one should die when they have been restrained and arrested by law enforcement. They are officers, not judge jury and executioners.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

"It’s really tough to figure out a clear guideline for something like this."

This has been established for generations. Cop is to always have an advantage. Fair fight? Fuck that. They are to ALWAYS level up. Meaning never fight barehanded. If perp has a gun, wait for back-up do not engage one on one.

National average, cops shooting on duty miss half the time at a distance of less than 6 feet. They are a public menace! Recent case, 24 shots fired, 6 hit. In an apartment building. Miracle no other bystanders were hit. (Case was a no knock raid on the wrong address)

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 3 points ago

I could only watch the video once, and I couldn't watch the whole time that sadist enjoyed murdering. The other 3 cops are guilty, they had the DUTY to knock that sadist off and make him stop. With lethal force if necessary. When you talk about reform training/ protocols etc., the big problem is NO cop reports abuse of power by a co-worker. In this case they actively assisted. Especially that winnie the poo in front of the camera. He was basically begging to be killed. My next thought was the civilians also had the duty to stop this obvious murder in progress, and citizen's arrest is legal as long as we're stopping a felony, which this obviously was. Then I realized maybe they didn't have the power to stop all 4 cops. Had I been there I would've been the difference maker and would've coordinated the stop. I might not have survived but George Floyd would have.

Another terrible injustice is anybody stopping this (lethal force completely justified) if they survived would be found guilty and have the book thrown at them. Either that or cops drop all charges and just disappear you for a few months; after you're released you're never "right" again. I've known people in that situation. While we know that not all 4 cops will be convicted of murder or accomplice to murder at least.

This has nothing to do with communism but "better dead than red" still almost fits. This kind of tyranny is too much to endure. AFAIK this incident is THE most justifiable public outrage by the black community since the Civil War.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

What sort of firearms are those? Full auto?

I'd like to see a new division of labor: all other first responders are trained to DE-escalate. That usually works. Have first responders with a badge not armed with lethal force. If they feel they need lethal force, have them back off, stay safe, and wait for backup. By a new classification of "second responders" who do NOT fuck around. Not always a swat team, but restrict the lethal force to these motherfuckers.

I bet resistance and armed conflict goes WAY down. Overwhelming force is a very effective deterrent. Just not against suicide by cop.

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hit_backspace 1 point ago

couldn't

No, they WOULDN'T. Without the violence and chaos, the left has no ammunition to attack Trump.

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MostEffectualTopKek 1 point ago

100% this. Trump has an opportunity to be pro-active here. Setup a task-force to investigate and recommend policies to stop these occurrences.

The national guard is not going to work effectively here.

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Toughsky_Shitsky 28 points ago

What are the ROEs?

That's the only important question.

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1776-or-1984 21 points ago

"We have activated more than 500 soldiers to St. Paul, Minneapolis and surrounding communities. Our mission is to protect life, preserve property and the right to peacefully demonstrate. A key objective is to ensure fire departments are able to respond to calls."

https://mobile.twitter.com/mnnationalguard/status/1266212998009536512

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RiverFenix 8 points ago

ROEs are "these are fellow Americans, don't shoot unless shot at."

Same ROEs Bush-Clinton-Bush-Obama (and other western leaders) gave troops serving in the ME

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FormerGraveheart 2 points ago

Not good enough. The rioters can threaten them with clubs and other non-gun weapons. They need to be able to use deadly force to defend themselves against any threat to life or limb.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

Would it not be better to merely confine them to their own neighborhoods and let them kill each other? Use their militarized vehicles to block off streets to keep them penned in as large an area as feasible?

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_TheConsumer_ 6 points ago

I wouldn’t Be surprised if they were deployed with non-lethals.

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hit_backspace 4 points ago

And that's just fine. Unless these troopers are met with lethal force, they should be using non-lethal methods first.

Although with leftists constantly preaching violence, I'm not sure how long it will be until some idiot starts shooting.

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Toughsky_Shitsky 3 points ago

I would bet on it .. rubber bullets, only to be used if fired upon by a protester who is less that 20 feet away and facing you. All other engagement will be legally actionable on NG members.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

Too strict if it's "legally actionable." Desperate times, desperate measures.

I can also see LOTS of occasions where further than 20 feet is a better use for rubber bullets. But yes, generally not killing people is better.

Is there anything so valuable left in their neighborhood that we can't just let them destroy the rest of it? Just confine them to their warzone.

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PraiseBeToScience 0 points ago

FN303s

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TheOutlawPepeWales 1 point ago

"An Oreo?" - Ben Carson

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americathegr888 1 point ago

ROE: Shoot or disarm white business owners/homeowners attempting to protect themselves, leave the "disenfranchised" blacks to destroy the city and attack whites.

Just like the pawn shop owner who defended himself being the only arrest in the entire city while blacks burn it down, the NG aren't there to corral the black rioters, they're there to make sure that anyone defending themselves gets fucked over.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 3 points ago

Sheer speculation. NG had no part in that. If they do, it seems they'll be under DJT's authority rather than MN State government.

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Grilledpepe 20 points ago

CNN: National guard being deployed to enforce social distancing guildlines for peaceful Minnesota protestors

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JudgeWhoAllowsStuff 6 points ago

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Isolated_Patriot 18 points ago

If only this were some kind of emergency that was being suppressed by online tech giants and would warrant the use of the emergency text system.

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KekistanPM 11 points ago

You just reminded me of the test that happened on cell phones last year...and how the libs were triggered because they thought it was Trump being narcissistic...that was a fun day.

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Toys 18 points ago

Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

Can't help but notice that all those protests everyone was so pissed off didn't turn into burning cities, looting businesses, killing dogs, trapping people inside burning buildings, releasing zoo animals, etc. Correct me if I'm wrong, but none of those required the National Guard... right?

(Yes, I'm fully aware the answer is no.. none of them required the Guard)

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FALKERMAN 8 points ago

B-b-b-b-b-b-but those armed white people in Lansing, Michigan, they didn't have tear gas thrown at them!!

What's so different from the "protesters" in Minneapolis??

Obviously it's skin color and nothing else.

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Omgwtfbbq 5 points ago

They also started and ended too!

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DatNewbChemist 5 points ago

Yeah, I agree with you. This shit doesn't need to be about race and I refuse to take the left's bait and say it is. These are rioters exploiting a man's death to selfishly enrich themselves and steal what they want and physically assault those they disagree with. The fire fueling this isn't race or demanding justice or anything like that, it's selfishness.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 0 points ago

You're speaking for THOUSANDS of others that you have never met and do not know. You are not elected to speak on their behalf.

If you want to express your opinion, you should express it as such, NOT putting your words into their mouths.

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DatNewbChemist 2 points ago

I'm not speaking for them, I'm speaking about what their actions heavily suggest and imply. I don't have to be elected by them to analyze their actions and behaviors and judge them accordingly.

I don't have to be democratically elected by a group of looters stealing flat screen TVs to venture a guess that there is some self desire for a flat screen TV (or money from selling it) motivating their choice of stealing the TV.

Judging an action is not putting words into someone's mouth and you should be careful to not confuse those two.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 0 points ago

You would be MUCH more effective if you phrased it differently. I am very glad to hear it is not your intention to speak on their behalf. And thanks for the clarification!

I will opine that you don't know NEARLY enough to form any such opinion about thousands of people that you have never met and do not know. I will concede that some may be motivated as opportunists, especially since corn teen is not over in MN. That does NOT mean they don't care about injustice, which is what you're frothing at the mouth about all over.

Every race riot has followed this same pattern: black man beaten excessively or killed by cops, usually white. Cops not prosecuted, decision usually made by whites. Or if cops are tried, found not guilty.

So by extension your claim is (logically) that NO race riot in the US has EVER had any connection to protesting injustice whatsoever. This is using an extreme to illustrate the point. If you can still cling to this flawed logic, it tells me you have never personally lived through a race riot. In which case good for you, but you should seriously consider stfu.

You just don't know. And ALL the evidence is against you. It would be nice if we didn't have to have this experience to understand what's going on a little better.

Meanwhile, others are saying George Floyd isn't really dead. I'm going to treat that just like the claim that Jeffery Epstein isn't dead; I don't actually have the facts to know either way. In one sense it would be nice if Floyd is alive, and it would make the cops behavior much easier to tolerate. At the same time this scenario would be even more sinister.

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DatNewbChemist 2 points ago

I find it hard to believe that people choosing to loot and destroy the private property of their own local community and neighbors are doing so out of anger and frustration at injustice that has nothing to do with the items being stolen or the property being destroyed.

Humor me and answer this question, do you believe that everything some of history's most infamous dictators did was done in the name of bettering their nation's people? Do you believe Stalin's Holodomor (an orchestrated genocide of ethnic Ukrainian's that competes with the Holocaust) was done because he truly believed it would be best for the USSR or because the potential uprisings in Ukraine represented a threat to his regime and rule? Do you believe that shortly following the death of Kim Jong Il, that Kim Jong Un had fed his uncle to dogs because it would ultimately be best for the people of North Korea or because Un was attempting to protect his own seat of power? Was Mao's Hundred Flowers Campaign done out of a genuine hope that it would lead China to greater prosperity or was it done because he wanted to root out any communist dissidents and have them exterminated so that the leadership would not be threatened?

The point I'm trying to make is that it's not unreasonable to draw lines in the sand and call actions out as alternatively motivated when they clearly are - even if they masquerade under the guise of stemming from a seemingly "obvious" separate motivation. The examples each highlight a very clear action that stems from a selfish desire (in this case, wanting to remain in power) but the very initial domino that fell to lead to the action presented may have originated from something else (all of the above each believed their rule or government organization would cause a better world). But just because Stalin happened to believe communism was truly the "greater good" system doesn't mean his government orchestrated genocide did not stem from selfish desires. There are times where actions and context speak for itself - people robbing their neighbors for high end electronics falls under that umbrella.

I also don't think it's fair to say "by extension of your logic" because you're missing the entire point of what I've been trying to argue - that people examine these things on a very individualistic and unique way. I would not call the Rodney King riots the same as this because the elements composing it are different, there would be a lot in it that wouldn't be fair to completely compare. I never said zero race riots in the US have their origins in frustration at injustice, I wouldn't say that because I don't think it's true. What I've been trying to argue is that you need to judge actions individually and question why those actions are occurring. Call me crazy, but when people opt to steal and horde valuables I begin to wonder what level of greed is influencing that individual's actions.

But you are right I could probably word things better. I'm honestly pretty tired now so my brain is somewhat fogged and makes expressing my thoughts a little difficult, I apologize for that.

And, lastly, you also don't know me or my experiences. You don't know if I grew up in a segregated neighborhood, if I grew up in a posh midtown Manhattan condo, if I'm old, if I'm young, if I'm white, black, Asian, Hispanic, etc. So perhaps you should heed your own advice and consider "stfu" before prattling off about "you don't know".

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 0 points ago

"I find it hard to believe that people choosing to loot and destroy the private property of their own local community and neighbors are doing so out of anger and frustration at injustice that has nothing to do with the items being stolen or the property being destroyed."

Why? Because YOU DON'T KNOW. That's inexperience. You've never lived through it. You've never discussed it with people caught up in it. In a way, good for you. At the same time this is the argument from ignorance, a logical flaw telling you the error in your own thinking that should give you pause and force you to either draw different conclusions or reserve judgment. One good use for a talk forum such as this is to try to draw perspectives from others that you could never experience yourself, and try to expand your understanding of the world you live in. I'm probably not the best person to try to explain how this works to you since I'm white. If "cocaine is a helluva drug," anger and frustration that is generations old can make people act irrationally too. And make no mistake, I do consider the behavior irrational.

"Humor me and answer this question, do you believe that everything some of history's most infamous dictators did was done in the name of bettering their nation's people?"

That's your question to me. When you insert the "in the name of," it becomes much easier to answer yes to more instances because the implication becomes they may have said so even when they had different motives. Hitler's easy: yes he really believed his chosen course of action was in his people's best interest. We could discuss those details for a LONG time as there's a LOT of material there.

Stalin? Again I'd have to say yes, but he was clearly willing to sacrifice LOTS of "his own" people, whereas those Hitler had killed he did not consider to be "his own" people, even if they lived in Germany. The Holodomor is a huge head scratcher for me. Hitler killed more civilians just in Leningrad Moscow and Stalingrad than the whole "Holocaust" combined. Stalin is more foreign to me, and Mao and Pol Pot even moreso. If you know of atrocities they did that they did NOT think were in the best interest of their Nation, I'd be interested to hear that. You haven't given any such examples. Instead you state "each believed their rule or government organization would cause a better world." I agree with that, although I know little about far eastern dictators beyond Japan in WWII.

I don't think any of those extended metaphors are necessary to compare and contrast Minneapolis now to LA at the time of Rodney King. In both cases I think a bunch of people were clearly angry and frustrated at the establishment devaluing their lives based on the color of their skin, regardless of how much truth there was or wasn't to that notion at work in the violence preceding the riots. In both cases some looters may have gone to the riots solely to rob. Maybe some weren't even poor. Thieves gonna thieve. I think the opportunity and temptation now is more widespread due to more widespread poverty due to lockdown. Or maybe that's exactly backwards and everybody there is in better financial shape than 90's LA due to the economy before 3/16?

I think it's better to look at individuals than to treat large groups as if they were all the same. I don't think there's any sense in assuming that NO one at either of these riots cared about the clear and obvious injustice in beating the fuck out of Rodney King, or in the sadistic murder of George Loyd. I think anyone would have to be a psychopath to not care. And while this mob all acts like psychopaths, those that weren't thieves, vandals or arsonists before this are probably primarily motivated by outrage over the sheer injustice. Then they're tempted by the opportunity to rob. At what point does that push out the fury over injustice?

The criminal mind and mob mentality are dark corners of human existence. I've spent a while deliberately becoming more brutal because I think brutality is the only thing that will save this Nation and I do think we face existential threats that have existed for a very long time and will only be coming to a head soon. So I think we have to prepare for worse than this. I think we can win our essential struggle without resorting to crime or mob mentality. In fact, I think we need to carefully guard against it!

In a completely different direction, we can hope that many black people see this on their own and get repulsed by the left and decide to vote Trump as a consequence of all this. What I really hope for the most is that we can have a fair election this year, so that the results answer questions like this. If we do nothing and just vote like normal I think there's basically NO chance of that happening, ever again. We provided a free election in fucking Afghanistan of all places, we should be able to do that here. We'll need to take radical action to make that happen, just not nearly as radical as war.

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FuckCommies 4 points ago

Kinda tough at this point, it's full on CAT 5.

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KekistanPM 14 points ago

When I read that the Minneapolis Police 3rd Precinct was evacuated, I was stunned. The wall between the lawless thugs and citizens just collapsed itself because they were afraid of the consequences of defending themselves? I immediately thought back to Colonel Jessup of A Few Good Men:

"John, go on out there and get those boys down off the fence, they're packing their bags. Tom! Get me the President on the phone. We're surrendering our position in Cuba!....Wait a minute, Tom, don't get the President just yet. Maybe we should consider this for a second."

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thisisatestof2 4 points ago

And the remaining tax payers will get to pay to repair or rebuild it.

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DatNewbChemist 5 points ago

Good thing those blue state reps and leaders realized how exceptionally necessary an employed labor force that can contribute to their local communities is.... Oh wait, lockdowns.

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DatNewbChemist 0 points ago

Salty bitch is salty.

There's nothing wrong with supporting those that help ensure order and attempt to keep everyone in society playing by the same rules set forward by that same society. I don't fully understand why acknowledging the importance of not having the rule enforcers immediately roll over because some people are upset gets your panties extra twisted, but you do you.

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DatNewbChemist 1 point ago

I'm willing to bet someone this guy has a bike lock on his person at all times, just in case he ever comes across a "bootlicker".

Anyway, to do what is apparently too difficult for you to do yourself (or it threatens to disprove your retarded theory so you naturally avoid it like the plague and stay in your mental safe space of assuming you're always right)...

Daniel Holtzclaw is currently serving a 263 year sentence for acts below homicide. Marcus Eberhard received a life sentence in Georgia after his use of force ultimately led to the individual's death. Joseph Miedzianowski of Chicago was given a life sentence for dealing drugs and weapons to gangs. To name a few. (Don't worry, I had to spend a whole several minutes looking that stuff up. I can see why the task seemed too difficult for you.)

ANYWAY.... If you wanna just go ahead and roll on over so I can keep barebacking ya, that'd be just great.

Spez: Don't forget to downvote this one too! Uh-oh! Someone disagrees with you, better furrow your brow and continue having a tantrum.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

You cannot possibly pretend LEOs are subjected to the same justice system we are. The fact that a VERY rare few have been convicted does NOTHING to change this - and it's mostly a recent occurrence.

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DatNewbChemist 1 point ago

So, just to make sure I have your argument correct, I'm challenged to present cases where officers are held to the same standard. I do so (rather easily, by the way). And then you go "Well those are just exceptions" and continue to talk about your belief as though it were some axiomatic truth? Seriously? Talk about dismissive.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Apparently I know more about this than you do. That's not my fault.

Compare more than just a few rare cases. Compare cops missing what they shoot at on duty half the time at a distance of less than 6 feet.

You can't because there is no comparison to be made with civies. Yet another relevant stat is wrongful conviction of an innocent man.

... continue reading thread?
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FormerGraveheart 0 points ago

You're saying COPS are above the law when the RIOTERS are the ones who are running wild and the cops can't legally defend themselves?

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SimplePede 12 points ago

'Member when that other failure sent the national guard into Ferguson? Neither do I

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basicevent 3 points ago

They needed space to destroy.

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fdagasfd 1 point ago

They still had one grocery store at that point, not enough pressure.

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SweetLeftardTears 12 points ago

The replies have me in tears. The TDS is not containable. The leftists making themselves look deranged and disconnected from reality only helps you all in November!

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LibertyStillMatters 11 points ago

This is going to make liberals heads explode. He is restoring order where local authorities have not (likely for political reasons. Just see the staged CNN ‘arrest’). Yet, is doing so in a way that reinforces that a man may have died unjustifiable and we need to make sure that an appropriate and productive response is needed going forward.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

Please explain the "restoring order" part? I have not seen order restored.

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LibertyStillMatters 2 points ago

Well, the National Guard has been called in. I expect far less trouble tonight. But I could be wrong I guess.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

Mayor and Governor ordered NG to stand down. Last night, I believe. I think POTUS can override, and it seems to me that NG would only do anything under POTUS' authority, Mayor and Governor sticking to principle that orange man bad.

I don't know what to make of this, pass the popcorn!

The argument can be made for just using the NG to contain them to neighborhoods that are already destroyed, and allow them to continue killing each other. Maybe defend businesses that aren't destroyed yet, if any exist.

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MAGAguitar 10 points ago

Time to send in some Order to restore the Rule of Law.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 4 points ago

Or do we just confine them to their war zone and let them kill each other? This is Somalia, after all. US policy has long been that as long as Muslims are killing Muslims, all is right with the world. Why fix it if it ain't broke?

And no more nation building. The Mayor and Governor want to scheme to make this as bad as possible? Fine. Let them figure out how to fix it. NO federal funds!

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DinosRFake 10 points ago

But what do Dorsey and Hawaii judge think?

Ah, I forgot. I don't give a flying fuck what those faggots think. Nevermind.

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fdagasfd 2 points ago

The Democrats are expressly trying to destroy America because they think it makes Trump look bad, change my mind.

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4218 8 points ago

Eugene Gu is the biggest loser in the world.

If you ever have a bad day, just remember at least you aren’t Eugene.

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unicornpoop 7 points ago

So the dem mayors can sit on their asses until Trump sends in the guard (otherwise Trump isn't doing anything!), then blames Trump for being racist against all those poor disenfranchised somalians (Trump's a racist!).

Is that about right?

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Not quite. Mayor and governor order NG to stand down.

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BeauBidenBrainTumor 6 points ago

The NG better have live ammo. The Somalis and Antifa types who live there would love to attack a soldier.

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RiverFenix 4 points ago

If they have the balls (they don't) let them find out how fun it is to get their ass beat.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Somalis can be pretty ballsy. They're notorious for this since first discovered.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Yah I don't think live ammo will be necessary.

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whiskey_shitz 6 points ago

Antifa types would never have the guts to rush the NG so I bet they're hoping to convince some hood kids to do it.

That's not going to happen. Hood kids know the difference between mobbing a target for free stuff and charging an armed soldier.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

More than that: the black community has no bone to pick with our National guard. It's the cops they want.

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IAbsolutelyDare 6 points ago

I hope Twitter censors this, it'll give us the element of surprise.

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ParticleCannon 2 points ago

Antifa has been watching the National Guard anxiously this whole time

http://archive.vn/1jIf8

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Cornpop 6 points ago

Everyone with a twitter account should tweet Trumps Tweet then start retweeting each others tweets. lets keep em busy with the censor button till there is nothing left on Twitter.

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shadypollster 5 points ago

We should do.this for sure.

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ThurstonHowell3rd 3 points ago

Fuck Twitter. Everyone with a Twitter account should just delete it.

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Librarian 1 point ago

This ^

It boggles, that w/ all the anti-twiittering ATM, still, I see you all linking to twitter.

There are alternatives. Put your money where your mouth is. Ditch Twitter Today!

Peace.

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magaorg 5 points ago

Need to deploy acoustic weapons

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CousinEddie 7 points ago

The jogger hoes would twerk to it.

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ippwndu 8 points ago

Well, shouldn't they be?

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jbaum517 2 points ago

Yes, they easily could. Theyre CNN. It's fake news

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Fuck_face_9000 5 points ago

TRUMP PRESS CONFERENCE IN 20 MINUTES @ 2:00 PM EST!!!!

SCHEDULED ON SHORT NOTICE

https://thedonald.win/p/Fg7j76pC/

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CJBarnacle 5 points ago

If we were a serious country, all of these rioters would be dead by now.

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Alphahorizon 5 points ago

F my states leadership. You @$$holes have allowed this to go on for a few reasons.

  1. You didn't (and still have not) arrest the police Officers.
  2. You allowed the third precinct to be burnt to ground.

Both fo you and the Mayor of MPLS are cowards and disgust me. And now I am going to watch the MN NG get shot at (already have) and this is escalated because of your cowardice.

Disgusting POS have done NOTHING as I watch my home town burn to the ground.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

NG has been shot at?

3rd precinct burned to the ground? They couldn't put the fire out before it burned itself out?

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Alphahorizon 2 points ago

Guard were activated last night. They were never given clear orders. The states AG had to assume a proper course of action(s) appropriate. For now they surrounding the firefighters or have since this is a few hours old now.

Curfew is in effect. 8PM-0600 CST. The police station is toast. To badly damaged and most likely will tear it down and rebuild.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Thanks for these details. I guess the thing to do now is see if curfew is observed, or what. These seem like reasonable steps to me. I was told Mayor and Governor had ordered NG to "stand down." I guess that's not nearly so bad as NG arriving there but having to wait for their normal chain of command to figure out what to do. I mean that's pretty fucking bad when a military commander has to call a time out, lol. That could easily result in our forces taking fire and not having permission to act.

Hopefully this civilian action hasn't resulted in anything like that, and won't.

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MythArcana 5 points ago

Is Omar leading the riots again?

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willyb63 5 points ago

i dont remember any president turning it around on the looters and the weak politicians this way..this is absolutely brilliant.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Wait, order has been restored?

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trump1aj 4 points ago

Bravo six going dark.

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1776-or-1984 1 point ago

With some old comrades.

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RiverFenix 1 point ago

"The Guns, Thank God, The Guns.."

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malthrax 4 points ago

Will the National Guard be "detaining" the mayor and police chief ?

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Add the Governor to the list!

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SemperFree 4 points ago

Deploy to other cities as well. Wherever antifa ( or whoever the instigators are) is organizing.

We are in a state of emergency.

These riots are acts of terrorism.

Deal with terrorists appropriately.

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John_Miller__ 4 points ago

Will Twitter censor this as well

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Tonightm01 4 points ago

For people that are saying this is 100% a good thing. The fact is they shouldn't need the national guard. It wouldn't have been needed if the police forces in Minnesota didn't let things get out of control.

The police failed the community.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

The Police failed the community when one of them decided to sadistically murder someone, and three other cops decided to be accessories to that murder.

I'm not saying anything about this is somehow good, but the public outrage over this from the black community is more justified than anything else I know about since the Civil War.

I think this is a deadman switch, a Soros funded false flag attack. It is possible that the cop with his knee on George's neck really is that fucked up, but did you see the look on his face as he murdered George?

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AlGoreRhythm 4 points ago

SHOOT TO KILL

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KeepTheFaith 0 points ago

Black Hawk Down

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Sexual_Assault_Rifle 4 points ago

So when do we get to the fun part where they start shooting these faggots in the face?

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thisisatestof2 4 points ago

If they had a competent Mayor they would have been in place and ready to go Tuesday at the latest.

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Based_and_proud 4 points ago

Do non citizens have the right to peacefully protest?

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Super_degenerate 4 points ago

The cop who killed Floyd and the other cops who witnessed it need to be arrested too

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

They did more than "witness." They ASSISTED! There are FOUR guilty cops there.

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Bizz408 3 points ago

I really, really hope Trump signs an executive order that classifies any act of rioting and/or looting as an act of terrorism.

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Avned 3 points ago

The replies to his tweet are cancer.

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thesmartestguy 3 points ago

Here it goes!

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droden 3 points ago

the left is batshit insane. looting is protected speech and thats the only outlet they have. the fucking city has been democrat run for 60 fucking years. what the jesus fucking christ?

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Slash78 3 points ago

They shoulda been in there to begin with.. no excuse for all this destruction.

The morons and extremists claiming it's "justice," on social media are flat out stupid. Even Vito Corleone from the Godfather wouldn't call it justice. Destroying neighborhoods and business doesn't bring the guy back it just makes it worse on everyone around them. The ignorant people saying that should have their places burnt down.. then they would know how it truly is.

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Jcholl9 3 points ago

And just like that all looters bail and run home hiding in their mommy's basement...

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ChokingOnARedpill 3 points ago

Trump is about to qwelle an insurrection and win the black vote at the same time.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

That's optimistic. I'd love to see it become true, but has the "insurrection been quelled" yet?

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Forte 3 points ago

Have they been ordered to do something except stand there yet? The rioters don't seem too impressed by our boys in uniform being present.

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gaijin_ronin 3 points ago

GEOTUS ARRIVES SHORTLY AFTER AND LIFTS THE CURTAIN ON THIS PSYOP

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killerkram 3 points ago

There is a planned riot happening like a block from where I live in Bloomington. This is insane. This area had nothing to do with the incident. This is a quiet area where nothing happens. There's not even a target over here for them to burn, just a bunch of small businesses. This shit is out of control and it needs to be stopped. Fuck the cities, fuck this state. The city and state policy makers have been stirring this pot for a long time and its finally burst. Are any of these "protesters" paying attention? Hell no, they will vote in the same shitty leaders to continue taking advantage of them while taking out the anger on those who are just trying to get by. This situation is fucked. Wish me luck everyone.

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SurrenderFreeman 2 points ago

Well, police and fire are standing down.

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techadm 2 points ago

The national guard is exactly what is needed in Minneapolis to get these rioters under control. These are not protesters, they are thugs looking to exploit a man’s death.

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InTheArmsOfThePepe 2 points ago

Scrolling through the cuckdom of reddit, it amazes me how much offense they take to Trump's use of the word "thugs".

Like, what else would you call people who ransack and pillage their own community?

It's a stark reminder that I believe we're at a social/psychological impasse as a country, which each side seeing the other as morally/socially deficient.

If someone were to go through comments/posts from each side and "block out" the tell-tale references, I am convinced that with most of them we would not be able to tell them apart from each other.

Now, personally, I feel "vindicated" because I've seen, time again, instances where the "other side" refuses to even entertain a dialogue. Whereas I've found the MAGA crowd to be much more open minded and willing to take up a discourse.

And also a HUGE indication in my book is that I saw one post where a group of women gathered in a home and screamed at Trump through their vaginas... Add that to the pile of the endless stream of REEEEEE! mental breakdown videos and it becomes clear...

I don't see the MAGA crowd doing wacko stuff like that.

The "problem" is that they feel the same way about our side and The Swamp and MSM just keep fanning those flames and deepening the divide.

It's the NWO's last stand because they know, they KNOW that if the cat gets out of the bag, if libtards start coming to sites like TD and seeing a different perspective, it'd be all over and they would lose the stranglehold they have throughout our country.

Which is why we have to keep up the good fight!

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Ralphusthegreatus 2 points ago

If we can be sure of one thing it's that deep state agitators are there also. I hope they don't try to pull some large scale incident between the protestors and the National Guard.

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turdinthepunch 2 points ago

get rekt

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Mr_Beanths 2 points ago

Everyone looting is studying to be a doctor and it just jogging.

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g0rdy 2 points ago

NG needs to EMP the crowds.. knock out cameras and cell

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MAGALauncher 3 points ago

THIS.

All things go in a cycle. Right now we’re at the point where no one can do SHIT without every cuckold mouthbreather recording them on their phone. The next natural progression is a way to blot that shit out.

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streakybacon 2 points ago

George Floyd conducted a home invasion in which he pointed a gun at a pregnant woman's stomach...

:/

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NancyGhouloski 4 points ago

This is actually accurate.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8366533/George-Floyd-moved-Minneapolis-start-new-life-released-prison-Texas.html

He plead guilty to entering a woman’s home, pointing a gun at her stomach and searching the home for drugs and money, according to court records Floyd was sentenced to 10 months in jail for having less than one gram of cocaine in a December 2005 arrest He had previously been sentenced to eight months for the same offense, stemming from an October 2002 arrest Floyd was arrested in 2002 for criminal trespassing and served 30 days in jail He had another stint for a theft in August 1998

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Fuck_commies_2024 2 points ago

Sauce?

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ThurstonHowell3rd 2 points ago

Gentle Giant!

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 0 points ago

That may be true. That has nothing to do with what he was arrested for, which was check forgery. They found him sitting peacefully in how own car. He was trying to provide for his family, out of work due to lockdown, and looking for work.

Nothing about that makes check forgery ok, but last I knew it was not a capital offense.

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streakybacon 1 point ago (edited)

It's just more information, I haven't made any arguments based on it.

I have other posts saying that he was potentially trying to turn his life around - maybe he was still struggling with petty stuff or addictions.

Either way I don't know him, I don't know what type of person he was - I don't think anyone deserves that treatment (or should get treated like that in honourable society) but I am waiting for what the outcome of everything is and not passing judgement.

Apparently he was a former porn star - involved in various degrees of criminality (not that unusual) and one instance of something that sounds depraved. This is just factual information that people deserve to know in light of discussing his life.

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ReardenMetal 2 points ago

No loot, no peace!

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fagapede 2 points ago

If they can't respect their own communities why should I?

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freespeech4all 5 points ago

Minnesota prosecutor still reviewing tape. People exploded at him when he said some evidence may not be make it a criminal case

Just arrest them or detain them til then tbh

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FormerGraveheart 1 point ago

They will if they are forcibly stopped. I thought we had balls here, and didn't give in to terrorists.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

Yes x 1000

Had those FOUR cops (all are guilty) been arrested when fired, none of these riots would've happened. (I don't actually know that, I'm just guessing)

The Mayor saying the ONE cop should be charged implies the other three go scott free, which would make things worse, I would think.

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 2 points ago

THIS is a Presidential tweet! "George Floyd will not have died in vain." THAT is leadership!!

Now let's see how Twatter and the rest of the MSM spin this into orange man bad:

"Trump states Floyd is the first of the final solution for POC." Sorry for the black pill, but their over the top reaction to DJT in this situation is ridiculous. Laying out enough anchor line is known as "scope;" people talk about DJT giving people plenty of rope to hang themselves with, let's hope that what he's doing here is laying out SCOPE, resulting in the masses seeing just how evil MSM really is.

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stratocaster_patriot 2 points ago

Fuck those comments are cancer as usual. How do liberals not understand the difference between the right to peaceably assemble and that lack of rights concerning looting and rioting. There are not fucking protestors. These are thugs and if they get shot by the NG that's on them.

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Johnfox13 2 points ago

National guard posted in front of streets to protect small businesses

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

What about the rooftop Koreans?

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Barthaneous 2 points ago

I don't care I'll say it.

All rioters and looters need to be shot on site. If you are not looting or rioting then be gone and go home. Don't get caught in the fray.

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mercynurse 2 points ago

For young Pedes, that saying comes from 1968 after Martin Luther King was assassinated

Look where we are now...

Mighty Trump has Reverend Jesse Jackson, who built his career on knowing Reverend King, calling for churches to remain closed

Sauce: https://wtop.com/coronavirus/2020/05/jesse-jackson-to-wtop-on-biden-trump-houses-of-worship-demand/

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Thingthing22 2 points ago

All the self-loathing faggots are drowning my Facebook feed.

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NotRealDemSocialism 2 points ago

Police mistakes are not an excuse to loot

Police murder is not an excuse to loot

No one looking will find any sympathy from me when they get shot, because there's no excuse for it.

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phlashmanusa1 2 points ago

...OK bear with me for a moment guys...So Im being told that this is "black" people rioting here...I have very good black friends. They think this is dumbass and criminal as well. So to my point here...An injustice is done and blacks begin burning and looting etc. So tell me, I cannot recall "ONE" instance of white folks doing the same. Can anyone?

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

No. Not since King George. And imho our Governors are presently more tyrannical than King George ever was. And I offer peaceful, legal solutions.

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Anaconda 1 point ago

Half of the crowd are white antifa. Don't play the race war games

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phlashmanusa1 1 point ago

Im not...but I was just wondering "why"...I now have my answer.......

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philandy 1 point ago

Karen wants to talk to his manager.

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Anaconda 0 points ago

FBI deals with "muh hate crimes". You can thank bullshit like the Voting Rights Act for that power.

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SavingPrivateGrace 1 point ago

Im looking forward to seeing all the looters new cribs from all that stolen merchandise. I hope they're dumb enough to post pics on FB.

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LoveFreedom 2 points ago

Videos are probably already being looked at and people ID'd.

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SludgeWarehouse 1 point ago

https://twitter.com/RyanGirdusky/status/1266415976612061186

This doesn't sound that great. Hope he is wrong and order is actually restored.

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brad_tits 1 point ago

"Let's protest by burning down and looting the few remaining businesses still open during an economic shutdown". Good job libs. You never cease to amaze me with your shortsightedness and overall plain stupidity. What it honestly comes down to is the desire to pillage and destroy while masking it as outrage.

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magafi 1 point ago

If police tells you to stop, stop. Don’t resist. You will be just fine.

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Anaconda -2 points ago

Ray-gun was an illegal aliens cocksucker who gave illegals amnesty and free shit healthcare.

He also was a Chicom cocksucker and gave them WMDs/nuclear reactors/satellite/ICBM tech and secrets.

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CannonballJunior 0 points ago (edited)

You're a stupid cocksucker and you don't know your ass from a hole in the ground.

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Librarian 1 point ago

Regardless of the politics etc.:

One thing is sure. The rioters are shooting themselves in the foot.

One week from now, those same people (and many innocents who deplore the acts of their communities) will be asking themselves,

"Why can't we find food? Why all the liquor stores closed? How we supposed to live?"

They burned Moscow, so to speak, and they (and a lot of people around them) are going to find that they took the wrong path.

Yes, the National Guard needs to lock this shit down ... allow peaceful demonstration, round up the troublemakers, but at the same time, needs to start preparing recovery efforts. They're going to need a lot of infrastructure to get back on their feet, after shooting both of them.

As someone said, this is going to be (another) defining moment for President Trump. He needs to get this one right. And while I love his tweets, he needs to dial it back a bit on the rhetoric. Peace!

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CuomoisaMassMurderer 1 point ago

NO federal funds for rebuilding! the Mayor and Governor schemed to make this as bad as possible, let them figure out how to fix it.

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Gwoz8881 1 point ago

Thank fucking god

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SiLV3RH4WK 1 point ago

Trump truly taking care of business, fucking good for nothing Governors!

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freespeech4all 2 points ago

its cringe but the dude is dead

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Stumptown 1 point ago

THE BOSS

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Balzenburg 1 point ago

O would have just sent predator drones.

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Fuck_commies_2024 1 point ago

Even a blind squirrel finds a nut every once in a while.

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IslamIsEvil 1 point ago

Wait, doesn't MN have its own national guard??? Under control of their own MN governor???

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CannonballJunior 0 points ago

His tweet refers to NG arriving on scene in Minneapolis, not Minnesota.