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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Maximus » Sat Jun 27, 2020 12:41 pm

Maximus wrote:The state of Seattle is being sued in a class action lawsuit.

"For more than two weeks, and with the full knowledge and participation of the City, our clients' neighborhood and properties have been blocked, barricaded, occupied, and vandalized," the attorneys' statement reads.

The plaintiffs, which include retail and other businesses, say they have had to deal with constant harassment, loss of income, property damage, and an inability to safely enter or exit their homes and businesses.
"Our clients' lawsuit seeks to end the City's unprecedented decision to allow and endorse a private occupation of an entire neighborhood and leave it unchecked by the police," according to the statement.

They will get the bill now. :roll:

https://edition.cnn.com/2020/06/25/us/s ... index.html


here is another lawsuit; (not sure, if might be the same one)

Filed on Thursday, the suit – which also names Governor Jay Inslee – alleges that the city “did allow, aid, abet, and actively facilitate, the exclusive physical occupation, takeover and control of an approximate six city block area of publicly owned real property of an American city… by an un-elected, unauthorized, and violent group of citizens promoting a political special interest group.”

Obviously, the Chopistanians broke the law and the governors of the city did aid and abet it thinking it would score political points for themselves and the democratic party. But they are doing trumps work for him and will face criminal charges instead.

Now they are in a scramble to clear the area to make it seem like they are doing something to restore law and order. Plonkers.

https://www.rt.com/usa/493095-seattle-m ... ades-chop/

On a separate note, there is a rise of armed malitia springing up across the country to protect neighborhoods, statues and business from left wing mobs and they are in cahoots with the police. The dems are basically creating division across the whole country with their radical identity politics and policies that are destined to send the country spiraling in to the abyss.

What these protesters are doing is reminiscent of what has happened in every society before radical and oppressive elements take over and create social and financial calamity. Americans are more likely to vote trump out of fear of the dems ruining their lives.

The next thing that must be reformed or replaced is the radical, biased and propaganda media that are pushing Marxist narratives. They are not journalists anymore. They have become stuffed with psuedo pundits and activists and are not held accountable for what they report. They are largely responsible for sowing the seeds of discord and division in America and beyond wherever there is supposed to be a "free media" .
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Re: ...this is America.

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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Paphitis » Sat Jun 27, 2020 4:47 pm

erolz66 wrote:Max do you doubt that there any examples of successful Turkish citizens of Kurdish descent in Turkey ? I assure you such examples exist. Does this mean therefore that discrimination and state sponsored and encouraged discrimination against Turkish citizens of Kurdish descent does not and can not exist in Turkey, because there are some examples of successful Kurdish Turks ? Would you tell Kurdish Turks to stop believing they are victims and victimised and all their problems will disappear if only they could do this ?


Sure! There are successful Aborigines in Australia as well. there are even very wealthy Aboriginals. the vast majority however, for whatever reason, seem to live on the fringes.

You can blame white settlement all you like, but today, there is even very strong affirmative action to try and improve their lives, from free housing to generous social benefits that exceed the normal social benefits the rest may be entitled to, But, they don't seem to progress and further themselves.

the blacks in America however are very different. they are progressing and developing and making great progress in education, science, government, judiciary and just about every professional sector in the US, from NASA, to airlines to the biggest corporates in the world.

A black person even became POTUS (Barrack Obama).

And what is very funny is this. Most of them don't want to be portrayed as victims. They are more likely to align with me, than you, because it is in fact you and people like you who belittle them.
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Paphitis » Sat Jun 27, 2020 4:48 pm

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erolz66 wrote:You do not even need to put in effort and connect up the dots to know that there was a specific political objective and intent in US politics of disproportionately disadvantaging citizens based on their colour well in to the later half of the 20th century. You can just listen to a leading political operative involved in this project openly talking about it. These are the words of Lee Atwater in 1981. Atwater, after a decade as South Carolina’s most effective Republican operative, was working in Ronald Reagan’s White House when he was interviewed by Alexander Lamis, a political scientist at Case Western Reserve University. The recording of this interview is now public. You can hear the entire interview here https://www.thenation.com/article/archi ... -strategy/ just in case you think the quote is 'out of context' (it is not).

Lee Atwater in 1981 wrote:Now, y’all aren’t quoting me on this? You start out in 1954 by saying, “Nigger, nigger, nigger.” By 1968 you can’t say “nigger”—that hurts you, backfires. So you say stuff like, uh, forced busing, states’ rights, and all that stuff, and you’re getting so abstract. Now, you’re talking about cutting taxes, and all these things you’re talking about are totally economic things and a byproduct of them is, blacks get hurt worse than whites.…


This is not 1865. It is not 1965. This was said in 1981. The project is ongoing today.


Come on Erol, haven’t you heard slavery was over in 1865 and since then the blacks have same opportunities as the whites in every aspect of the “American Dream”! :wink:

Max and Paphitis believes that, so why can’t you? :D

Do you know how the white girls in the Southern states get back at their parent?

They openly go with a black man so everyone can see. :lol: :lol: :lol:

(that was not a joke)


A picture speaks a thousand words kikapu!

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And you know what is funny. yeh, it was the Republican Yankees that declared war on the Confederate South and the British empire to end slavery and they won.
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Maximus » Sat Jun 27, 2020 6:41 pm

Systemic racism is a false narrative Paphitis, pushed by the left.

A black man was president of the US from 2009 to 2017 and he didnt do one thing to overhaul the system. A lot of white folks would have had to have voted for him as well. :roll:

I was watching an interview on youtube some while ago. It was a black man interviewing two black youth.

The black youth were complaining and whinging about a myriad of issues from racism, to white privaledge poverty etc and then the black interviewer asked them what is it that you want from white people?

And they could not provide an answer. After all that complaining and whinging, they didnt know what they wanted. They have just been indoctrinated to repeat garbage and buzzwords without thinking it through.

Your illustration says the same thing, despite the "affirmative action" for the aboriginals, not much changes in thers of progress.

This is what it boils down to for some of these folks; it is all about taking money (and power) from people that have earned it and giving it to people that dont deserve it.
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Kikapu » Sat Jun 27, 2020 11:22 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
erolz66 wrote:You do not even need to put in effort and connect up the dots to know that there was a specific political objective and intent in US politics of disproportionately disadvantaging citizens based on their colour well in to the later half of the 20th century. You can just listen to a leading political operative involved in this project openly talking about it. These are the words of Lee Atwater in 1981. Atwater, after a decade as South Carolina’s most effective Republican operative, was working in Ronald Reagan’s White House when he was interviewed by Alexander Lamis, a political scientist at Case Western Reserve University. The recording of this interview is now public. You can hear the entire interview here https://www.thenation.com/article/archi ... -strategy/ just in case you think the quote is 'out of context' (it is not).

Lee Atwater in 1981 wrote:Now, y’all aren’t quoting me on this? You start out in 1954 by saying, “Nigger, nigger, nigger.” By 1968 you can’t say “nigger”—that hurts you, backfires. So you say stuff like, uh, forced busing, states’ rights, and all that stuff, and you’re getting so abstract. Now, you’re talking about cutting taxes, and all these things you’re talking about are totally economic things and a byproduct of them is, blacks get hurt worse than whites.…


This is not 1865. It is not 1965. This was said in 1981. The project is ongoing today.


Come on Erol, haven’t you heard slavery was over in 1865 and since then the blacks have same opportunities as the whites in every aspect of the “American Dream”! :wink:

Max and Paphitis believes that, so why can’t you? :D

Do you know how the white girls in the Southern states get back at their parent?

They openly go with a black man so everyone can see. :lol: :lol: :lol:

(that was not a joke)


A picture speaks a thousand words kikapu!

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And you know what is funny. yeh, it was the Republican Yankees that declared war on the Confederate South and the British empire to end slavery and they won.

It sure does, Paphitis.

Did you know that the Republican Party (GOP) of the 1860’s were the liberal Democrats of today? Yes, they were decent meaning party with the abolition of slavery as the Democratic Party were the cunts back then of the Republican Party of today. However, in the early 1900’s the GOP drifted to the right to became the cunts of today.

Yes, millions of whites voted for Obama as many whites are decent Americans who are not racist and also agree with the Democratic party’s political ideology. There are also millions of white Americans who are racist/not racist and/but agree with the GOP’s political ideology. However, one size does not fit all as there are blacks who vote for the GOP, so why wouldn’t white person also vote for a black person for a president, especially for a politician of Obama’s caliber. Btw, did you also know Obama’s mother was white?
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Maximus » Sun Jun 28, 2020 1:54 am

Kiks,

You should listen to some of Dinesh D'Souza's lectures.

He covers this extensively

Did you know that the Republican Party (GOP) of the 1860’s were the liberal Democrats of today? Yes, they were decent meaning party with the abolition of slavery as the Democratic Party were the cunts back then of the Republican Party of today. However, in the early 1900’s the GOP drifted to the right to became the cunts of today.


This is another ploy by the left to white wash history and pin racism and facism on the right.

The ideology of the left is the same today as it was yesteryear.

Yesteryear = You work, I eat. (slavery)
Today = You earn it, I deserve it. (socialism / communism)
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby repulsewarrior » Sun Jun 28, 2020 1:58 am

Maximus wrote:Kiks,

You should listen to some of Dinesh D'Souza's lectures.

He covers this extensively

Did you know that the Republican Party (GOP) of the 1860’s were the liberal Democrats of today? Yes, they were decent meaning party with the abolition of slavery as the Democratic Party were the cunts back then of the Republican Party of today. However, in the early 1900’s the GOP drifted to the right to became the cunts of today.


This is another ploy by the left to white wash history and pin racism and facism on the right.

The ideology of the left is the same today as it was yesteryear.

Yesteryear = You work, I eat. (slavery)
Today = You earn it, I deserve it. (socialism / communism)


...indeed, sounds like "Democracy" for the rich; ''Capitalism'', as they call it.
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Maximus » Sun Jun 28, 2020 2:03 am

democracy and capitalism are two compatible systems.

No other systems in the history of man kind have given so much freedom to people and taken the most number of people out of poverty than these two. Its not perfect but its the best proven system.

Even under this system, nothing is stopping a socialist or a communist from setting up a company and giving equal shares of his company away to the workers. :)
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby repulsewarrior » Sun Jun 28, 2020 2:19 am

Maximus wrote:democracy and capitalism are two compatible systems.

No other systems in the history of man kind have given so much freedom to people and taken the most number of people out of poverty than these two. Its not perfect but its the best proven system.

Even under this system, nothing is stopping a socialist or a communist from setting up a company and giving equal shares of his company away to the workers. :)


...yes, i agree, but in such a world there is no Government subsidy, and no Government investment; the social-economy would be free from this meddling, for the rich or for the poor. For what it's worth, whether Democrat or Republican, most politicians become fabulously wealthy; coincidence you say?
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