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9 minutes ago, TheMostInterestingMan said:

Sky Australia perspective

yeah australia has a big problem with fascism at the moment. need to get that egg guy into sky australia studios

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Just now, rodeo said:

yeah australia has a big problem with fascism at the moment. need to get that egg guy into sky australia studios

Sadly everywhere has a problem with it. And that is most unfortunate. The idea behind bringing balance is while most of this violence is being celebrated in this thread, the rich will be able to recover. It’s the small minority business owners, such as the firefighter in the video aforementioned who will be crippled. 
 

Logic is eluding the mayhem. For what it’s worth, I’ve been out and about in Asheville and interacted with quite a few protesters Sunday who were doing things peacefully. Chatted for probably 2 hours. But senselessness isn’t solving things.

We have enough of that with law enforcement and the POTUS already. Why double down on it?

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32 minutes ago, Ja Rhule said:

RNC officially cancelled in Charlotte 

Best thing that could have happened 

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14 minutes ago, rodeo said:

yeah australia has a big problem with fascism at the moment. need to get that egg guy into sky australia studios

Egg boy is too busy being bussed in to protests 

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8 minutes ago, bull123 said:

Best thing that could have happened 

 

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16 minutes ago, TheMostInterestingMan said:

Sadly everywhere has a problem with it. And that is most unfortunate. The idea behind bringing balance is while most of this violence is being celebrated in this thread, the rich will be able to recover. It’s the small minority business owners, such as the firefighter in the video aforementioned who will be crippled. 
 

Logic is eluding the mayhem. For what it’s worth, I’ve been out and about in Asheville and interacted with quite a few protesters Sunday who were doing things peacefully. Chatted for probably 2 hours. But senselessness isn’t solving things.

We have enough of that with law enforcement and the POTUS already. Why double down on it?

Oh for fugs sake 

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Just now, rico6 said:

Oh for fugs sake 

Oh, you think the violence is hurting the CEOs at Apple and Target more than it is the marginalized in a city like Chicago who has lost public transportation and the ability to go to her supermarket because it has been vandalized and closed shop?

Interesting angle

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7 minutes ago, TheMostInterestingMan said:

Oh, you think the violence is hurting the CEOs at Apple and Target more than it is the marginalized in a city like Chicago who has lost public transportation and the ability to go to her supermarket because it has been vandalized and closed shop?

Interesting angle

Imagine being this concerned about something that’s so easily replaceable than the insurmountable lives lost to police brutality. 

btw, not a single person in this thread has celebrated any mom and pops that were collateral in this fight for our American freedoms.

Sorry that bothers you. Well, not really.

 

edit— another Chicago concern troll. You fugs grow on trees, I swear.

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Just now, rico6 said:

Imagine being this concerned about something that’s so easily replaceable than the insurmountable lives lost to police brutality. 

btw, not a single person in this thread has celebrated any mom and pops that were collateral in this fight for our American freedoms.

Sorry that bothers you. Well, not really.

It doesn’t. Maybe you missed the part where I said I support the protest. Would bother me if George’s murder hangs publicly to be quite honest. I would sign. Make him the example.

Im calling out those that are celebrating the vandalism and excessive violence. You’re just so certain I’m this racist conservative (neither of which are true) that you are frantically trying to pin my opinions and attack them.

Imagine being so dense...

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