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The radical right of course still exists and has been simmering in the background, but everyone knows they're bad. It's like a boogeyman the radical left uses to persuade people to join them. That's one of the reasons I believe the radical left to be more dangerous -- it's seductive to impressionable people, their atrocities are done under the guise of righteous indignation and "social justice". When they explain away any point made about inconsistencies in their argument and double standards, it becomes quite clear that these are not rational people, they're not interested in reason, discussion or debate, and live in their own delusional reality.

What's going to end up happening is the more the radical left gains traction, it will actually serve as a catalyst for a reactionary resurgence in the radical right -- then the left can point and say "See, we told you so all along!" and double down.

This resurgence in neomarxist / intersectional identity ideologies may even exceed the cold war as the biggest threat threat to western society the US has ever faced. Since these ideologies have infested nearly every major institution, the left is churning out believers on an industrial scale. Another generation or two and there is no stopping it -- moderates on the left will be feasted upon like the rest of them.

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Native American drum bangers recover their ability for casting magic. Trolls and Orcs are born, as a delayed side effect of a mysterious new pandemic that swept the world. A class of Street Samurai pioneers the art of cyber implants, robbed from clandestine Microsoft research facilities by disgruntled interns and hackers. Globalized corporations purchase parts of CHAZ for exterritorial exclaves, soon stage of the first Franchise War that sees Pizza Hut emerge as one of the winners, thanks to their new Vegan Meat Substitute Pizza recipe. Parts of that first clash form the Triple-Z urban combat zone, and a Thunderdome is set up in an attempt to install order, under the control of a new warlord and his crew with a prior career as a soundscape gangsta rappers.

Welcome to high school homeroom in the 1980s.

 

FASA was indeed ahead of its time. Those into Shadowrun were INTO Shadowrun.

Quick side note, I just played the new one a month ago. It's quite good, with good story telling elements.

 

Had a conversation a few months ago with a friend from HS who was not just into Shadowrun but INTO Shadowrun at the time, about the current tabletop gaming renaissance.

 

Orcs who play linebacker, (Commodore) hackers, urban combat zone survivors, rappers, vegans... It's been years, but I would not be surprised if homeroom was the same as it ever was.

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People just should stop to pay taxes.

 

Then just see how fast the Left wants the Police back.

 

Your boy Ammon Bundy & Co. already tried that, no effect.

 

 

I have learned here that any change is impossible because of police unions. Is the above fake news?

 

Hard to change disciplinary policies, pay levels, and work related issues. Unions have absolutely no pull if the elected officials decide to abolish an agency, a union would have zero leverage in that case.

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So CHAZ burns itself out soon with perhaps some learning life lessons the hard way.

 

Until then, however,

 

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Initially I thought I would demand more mentally ill people in the CRAC, but nevermind.

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The radical right of course still exists and has been simmering in the background, but everyone knows they're bad. It's like a boogeyman the radical left uses to persuade people to join them. That's one of the reasons I believe the radical left to be more dangerous -- it's seductive to impressionable people, their atrocities are done under the guise of righteous indignation and "social justice". When they explain away any point made about inconsistencies in their argument and double standards, it becomes quite clear that these are not rational people, they're not interested in reason, discussion or debate, and live in their own delusional reality.

 

What's going to end up happening is the more the radical left gains traction, it will actually serve as a catalyst for a reactionary resurgence in the radical right -- then the left can point and say "See, we told you so all along!" and double down.

 

This resurgence in neomarxist / intersectional identity ideologies may even exceed the cold war as the biggest threat threat to western society the US has ever faced. Since these ideologies have infested nearly every major institution, the left is churning out believers on an industrial scale. Another generation or two and there is no stopping it -- moderates on the left will be feasted upon like the rest of them.

I think the radical left has already won, though they likely haven't realized it, or if they have, they're yet hesitant to fully capitalize on their victory. They're getting next to no pushback except for some lone voices, and should there be pushback by a RW group, be sure of this, as soon as they did there would be violence and then the police forces that the LW wants to abolish, will help those LWers put down the RW revolt. Police forces that knelt in sublimation before ANTIFA and BLM forces will suddenly find iron in their spines to put down RW counter "protests."

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So CHAZ burns itself out soon with perhaps some learning life lessons the hard way.

 

Until then, however,

 

Screen-Shot-2020-06-12-at-11-40-32-PM.jp

 

Initially I thought I would demand more mentally ill people in the CRAC, but nevermind.

 

 

Twice as many Asian-Americans in Seattle as blacks, but no Asians on their People's Proletariat. Yeah, that's gonna end well.

 

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I mean your language, you classify denying the march would lead to a bad backlash but not the Japanese reaction to it.

 

Well the Japanese would be more in the right to do a backlash for the marches taking place than BLM would be for doing a backlash if permission to have a march was not granted. Do you disagree

Didn't they did it?

Less pronouns and more substance please. Too vague. I can't answer without looking like I'm overreacting, sorry.

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Why are there non-trivial numbers of blacks in Japan? S/F....Ken M

Excluding US servicemen, theres about 58,000 Americans in Japan. I don't think there are stats flr racial background but if guessing around 10~20 percent are African American, then it would mean around 6,000~12,000 African Americans.

 

But individually their no problem and in those numbers. Many do get fairly comfortable here. But its the nationalistic ones that are hyper sensitive to any slight rub of racism, give no credit in return to Japan, have little to no care about Japan itselt, and ignore the facts back in the US about police brutality on whites and the stats about black on black crime. These guys, often quite good in looks, have good sounding smooth voice, are after a rally around the flag affect. So these few sorts of guys get other African Americans behind tjem and so when it comes time for a show, it'll give a general bad impression of African Americans in general because it appears that they care only about themselves, ignore that Japanese people are looking at what's happening in the US and don't want those issues seeded in Japan, and above all, the virus is not entirely done yet. But its nearly done. Whether one argues over the severity of the rivus, the Japanese side has arrived on the verge of fully eradicating it in Japan. Majorevents are still cancelled. Live concerts are still not going on. I'm actually disappointed that the permit to march was granted. But Japanese omotenashi to it. But might be best to just bend with the wind a little and let that gust blow by once so that it doesn't get caught up into forming a vortex of agitated unresolvable youngsters around here.

 

Anyway, with that said, the Osaka march featured many white people. More than black from the looks of it. So they been sold the stigma of general racial inequality issues warrent the degree of marching in Japan. If they want to know a real problem, they should move to Xinjiang or Syria. Then they may found something worth marching for. But all along, surely the left-wing activitist help prod things like these marches as part of effort of US domestic politic competition.

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So CHAZ burns itself out soon with perhaps some learning life lessons the hard way.

 

Until then, however,

 

Screen-Shot-2020-06-12-at-11-40-32-PM.jp

 

Initially I thought I would demand more mentally ill people in the CRAC, but nevermind.

Twice as many Asian-Americans in Seattle as blacks, but no Asians on their People's Proletariat. Yeah, that's gonna end well.

Its so backwards.

 

When its so backwards, the more and mlre ig seems that the only way that such thinking could continue into action is with some exterior force backing it for other objective.

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The radical right of course still exists and has been simmering in the background, but everyone knows they're bad. It's like a boogeyman the radical left uses to persuade people to join them. That's one of the reasons I believe the radical left to be more dangerous -- it's seductive to impressionable people, their atrocities are done under the guise of righteous indignation and "social justice". When they explain away any point made about inconsistencies in their argument and double standards, it becomes quite clear that these are not rational people, they're not interested in reason, discussion or debate, and live in their own delusional reality.

 

What's going to end up happening is the more the radical left gains traction, it will actually serve as a catalyst for a reactionary resurgence in the radical right -- then the left can point and say "See, we told you so all along!" and double down.

 

This resurgence in neomarxist / intersectional identity ideologies may even exceed the cold war as the biggest threat threat to western society the US has ever faced. Since these ideologies have infested nearly every major institution, the left is churning out believers on an industrial scale. Another generation or two and there is no stopping it -- moderates on the left will be feasted upon like the rest of them.

I think the radical left has already won, though they likely haven't realized it, or if they have, they're yet hesitant to fully capitalize on their victory. They're getting next to no pushback except for some lone voices, and should there be pushback by a RW group, be sure of this, as soon as they did there would be violence and then the police forces that the LW wants to abolish, will help those LWers put down the RW revolt. Police forces that knelt in sublimation before ANTIFA and BLM forces will suddenly find iron in their spines to put down RW counter "protests."

 

 

If they had won, elections would no longer be held except for show.

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Well, the sin of slavery is permanent, so it doesn't matter that he allowed his slaves to buy their way to freedom (Because manumission was more difficult in Louisiana than other Slave states), and donated his fortune to help out the poor. Much like the old Code Noir in Louisiana, only one-drop of slavery is enough to condemn someone to permanent damnation.

 

[edit] Of course, there's also the not-so-small irony of it being OK for the government to tear down a statue against widespread public support, but the public tearing one down without government permission is no bueno.

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Where is the removal of staues going to stop?

 

41 signatories of the US declaration of independence were slaveholders. 14 others directly benefited from slave labour and only 1 ever wrote anything in opposition to slavery.

Washington (300 slaves), Jefferson (600), Madison (100) and 9 other US presidents owned slaves.

Lincoln married into a family of slave owners and U.S. Grant at one time owned one.

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Why aren't we having discussions like these now??

 

Because the Marxist racists in Media control the narrative.

 

 

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If the Media wasn't a Marxist anti-white/conservative organization and had the news of white persons unnecessarily killed by Police given same time spot, would Floyd killing still happened?

 

https://twitter.com/ZachG932/status/1270824175725350914

 

 

Yes. It's rather unfortunate. Imagine if all the white cases went viral. We might have had police reforms already, and George Floyd might still be alive.

 

 

 

 

...but then the Democratic party wouldn't have so many chances of having an electoral cohort.

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CNN reporter trolling a black sheriff.

 

A black conservative straight to the facts. The term "African American" is part of leftists ploy to get votes by cooking up and feeding victim hood cards for them to scoop up later in the form of votes.

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Where is the removal of staues going to stop?

 

41 signatories of the US declaration of independence were slaveholders. 14 others directly benefited from slave labour and only 1 ever wrote anything in opposition to slavery.

Washington (300 slaves), Jefferson (600), Madison (100) and 9 other US presidents owned slaves.

Lincoln married into a family of slave owners and U.S. Grant at one time owned one.

We can expect here that statues and things named for people involved in residential schools and other flawed aboriginal policies, like Sir John A Macdonald, will come under increasing pressure to be removed or renamed. Not to mention imperialists like Queen Victoria.

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Now the libtard sh*t for brains are threatening to destroy the Alamo. They will learn the hard way "Don't mess with Texas".

 

Which Texas? Dallas, Houston, Austin and San Antonio? The cancer is deeper than many think.

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Now the libtard sh*t for brains are threatening to destroy the Alamo. They will learn the hard way "Don't mess with Texas".

 

Which Texas? Dallas, Houston, Austin and San Antonio? The cancer is deeper than many think.

 

Sad but true. But Armed citizens are now guarding the Alamo, I applaud them. And George P. Bush is standing up for right and truth, unlike his spineless daddy, and deluded uncle. https://www.breitbart.com/border/2020/06/14/texas-prepares-for-rioters-dont-mess-with-the-alamo/

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