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PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2018 3:16 pm 
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In Italy I think the parliamentary majority is 40%. No one would ever get to 51% there. They rarely get to 40%. Italy has always been a place where the guy who can bring the most allied parties into coalitions wins. That was true again this time. The 5 Star Generals or whatever they call themselves (sounds like an old tow truck) were reluctant to coalesce, so Berlusconi's corrupt old billionaire cabal continues to run it, sans Berlusconi. (Isn't he doing time?)

France, being France, likes to organize everything down to the last detail, and their election process is the least sloppy around, at least in my knowledge. The kind of thing that happened here in 2016 is unthinkable. The polls are something like 90% accurate, because so much of the uncertainty in the system has been wrung out. This probably kept Le Pen from gimmicking the election in her favor, the way people do in these US of A. It wasn't for lack of trying, or for lack of Russian help.

Germany has neo-Nazis, even though I think it's illegal. Yes, at least in the western portions, there's still a lot of consciousness on how this ended rather badly the last time. Merkel spent months building a coalition, but she did, and now she still runs it. There's documented Russian meddling, and of course a lot of people were radicalized rightward by the refugee influx. You can say that last one for all Western European countries.

That's a good question as to which country has the most neo-Nazis. France is a good guess, though I wouldn't rule out Austria or Poland. Also I suspect that Italy never fully purged the idea that Mussolini made the trains run on time. Keep in mind, though, that it's a global disease.

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The things conservatives try to do to deflect for the right's racism. :roll: Via Raw Story:

The conservative writer then changed the subject to allegations that a leader of the women’s march attended a speech by Farrakhan, a Muslim leader in the U.S. who has been accused of anti-semitism.

“There’s extremism on both sides of the aisle,” Hashmi opined. “And just in the last week we’ve seen co-organizers of the women’s march as well as several democrats and their connections to Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan and his racist anti-semitic views.”

“I think we should have that conversation,” Blackwell replied. “But I don’t know that any president has invited Louis Farrakhan into the White House to be his chief strategist.”

“Barack Obama was pictured with him in 2005,” Hashmi interrupted.

“But Louis Farrakhan never had an office in the West Wing,” Blackwell pointed out.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2018 7:57 pm 
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The things conservatives try to do to deflect for the right's racism. :roll: Via Raw Story:

The conservative writer then changed the subject to allegations that a leader of the women’s march attended a speech by Farrakhan, a Muslim leader in the U.S. who has been accused of anti-semitism.

“There’s extremism on both sides of the aisle,” Hashmi opined. “And just in the last week we’ve seen co-organizers of the women’s march as well as several democrats and their connections to Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan and his racist anti-semitic views.”

“I think we should have that conversation,” Blackwell replied. “But I don’t know that any president has invited Louis Farrakhan into the White House to be his chief strategist.”

“Barack Obama was pictured with him in 2005,” Hashmi interrupted.

“But Louis Farrakhan never had an office in the West Wing,” Blackwell pointed out.



There is no doubt that Farrakhan is a piece of shit and those politicians who appear on stage with him should not be doing so. As for Obama taking a photo that is totally different as long as he didn't do like Rep Waters and praise the man a photo is meaningless.

As for the points about having Bannon as part of the WH, those points are 100% accurate. Because of that Bannon now has a name that is recognized world wide. When he speaks in foreign countries people hearing him and hearing about him aren't saying look at that asshole. Instead they are looking at our entire country as assholes. Believing no doubt that his views are representative of the countries as a whole.

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There is no doubt that Farrakhan is a piece of shit and those politicians who appear on stage with him should not be doing so. As for Obama taking a photo that is totally different as long as he didn't do like Rep Waters and praise the man a photo is meaningless.

As for the points about having Bannon as part of the WH, those points are 100% accurate. Because of that Bannon now has a name that is recognized world wide. When he speaks in foreign countries people hearing him and hearing about him aren't saying look at that asshole. Instead they are looking at our entire country as assholes. Believing no doubt that his views are representative of the countries as a whole.

His views ARE the representative of today's Republican Party.


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His views ARE the representative of today's Republican Party.



If that is true then the views and policies of the Democrats who run San Francisco ARE representative of Today's Democratic Party.

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If that is true then the views and policies of the Democrats who run San Francisco ARE representative of Today's Democratic Party.

Bannon was in the White House, and the President is a racist. Swing and a miss!


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If that is true then the views and policies of the Democrats who run San Francisco ARE representative of Today's Democratic Party.


If only.

But here's what you've been told to think about "San Francisco"

Why Democrats Would Lose the Second Civil War, Too - Townhall

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A red counter-insurgency avoids the problem of a decentralized insurgency and insecure logistical lines. In the case of California, whose secessionist antics are approaching the point where President Trump could legitimately employ his power to crush insurrections, the tactical problem is relatively simple. For example, San Francisco is a hotbed of treason, but the populace is largely unarmed and is trapped in a confined area. You put a brigade on securing the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, then put a brigade on the San Francisco Peninsula to cut off the I-280 and US-101 corridors. Next you go to the Crystal Springs Dam and cut off the water. Then you watch and wait as the tech hipsters run out of artisanal sushi rice and kombucha.

After about a week, they surrender. After all, you can’t eat and drink smugness. LA is just bigger in scope – more corridors to cut off, but in the end the population concentrations in large liberal urban areas that are their strength also make them extremely vulnerable to logistical pressure.

Then there’s another factor, an intangible but a crucial one. It’s commitment. The Democrat threat to peace is based on its policies designed to deprive Normal Americans of their right to speak freely, to worship freely, and to defend themselves and their rights with firearms. Make no mistake – millions of Normal Americans are willing to risk death to defend those rights. In fact, many swore to do so when they entered our military and law enforcement. But who is the leftist big talker willing to die to impose the fascist dream of censorship, religious oppression, and disarmament on Normal American citizens? Is the screeching SJW at Yale going to suit up in Kevlar? Is the Vox columnist going to grab a M4? Is the Hollywood poser going to switch her gyno-beanie for a helmet?


Unhinged, propagandized conservative whites and your weird fantasies of winning imaginary wars... :problem:

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Bannon was in the White House, and the President is a racist. Swing and a miss!


Conservative whites lie to themselves about their own violence and their own histories.

We've never had a "San Francisco" president. We've have Klan presidents and a WN simp in the white house, right now
We've never had sharptonandjackson governors, La Raza state houses, manhating feminist senators, trans sheriffs, or farrakhan presidents. Those people despite white con fantasy life have never made one law against whites.

Not a one.

White conservative klan, Citizens Councils, and other murderous vigilantes have run state governments, state houses, police and sherrif's departments, written the laws, sat on the juries, sat on the school boards, made immigration law, made eugeincs laws, made redlining laws, and baked in whites-rule into every institution in this country.

Now they're MAD because we formally took that away from them so they run around in #maga hats. :problem:

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