We Should Take All The Nazis And Antifa In Charlottesville, Put Them On Ratchet Island In The Quabbin Reservoir, And Let Them All Kill Each Other
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Everyone’s talking about the Antifa vs. white nationalist/KKK rally going on in Charlottesville, VA, because a 20 year old white nationalist ran over and killed a 32 year old woman (and a bunch of other people), who was blocking the streets as part of an Antifa protest:
— Unicorn Riot (@UR_Ninja) August 12, 2017
MUG SHOT for JAMES ALEX FIELDS Jr. being held on suspicion of second-degree murder, malicious wounding and more pic.twitter.com/cqVRQEKo08
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) August 13, 2017
Pretty graphic shit. The left is mostly blaming Trump for failing to condemn white supremacists:
— POLITICO (@politico) August 12, 2017
1. Let's talk about why Trump won't condemn white supremacists. Not that complicated. https://t.co/0D3ADOJkdn
— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) August 13, 2017
Trump didn't introduce white supremacists & racists to us, he has only emboldened them to come out of their dark corners. #charlottesville
— Linda Sarsour (@lsarsour) August 12, 2017
— Mr. Jameson Neat (@MrJamesonNeat) August 12, 2017
The right is whining about how “white patriots” are just fighting back:
If you think a bunch of actual Neo-Nazis are “white patriots,” then congratulations – you are the reason the rest of us have to deal with social justice warriors. You legitimize their grievances. I genuinely despise anyone who refers to themselves as a patriot. The only thing worse is someone who calls themselves a “white patriot,” and thinks fighting back involves driving a car into a crowd of people.
My thoughts on this are simple – I hope they all die. All of them. I hate extremists on all sides.
I hate anyone who’s attended a protest in the last 9 months.
I hate anyone who thinks they can block a public road without a permit.
I hate that someone who has likely spent years decrying Islamic terrorists but just used their tactics to kill people they don’t agree with.
I hate anyone who uses identity politics.
I hate people who think white people need to “fight back,” as if we’re all in some mutual struggle together. We’re not.
I hate anyone who refers to themselves as a patriot, as if you love this country more than those who disagree with you politically.
I hate skinny jeaned Antifa chuds.
I hate how black lives matter is using this as an opportunity to continue to race-bait and perpetuate the very same problems that led to this in the first place.
If black folks were carrying torches on a college campus right now the administration would've already called the National Guard.
— deray (@deray) August 12, 2017
I hate Nazis.
I hate that the term “Nazis” has been so overused that when I see on the news that actual Nazis are marching in the street I instinctively believe it’s fake news.
I hate that President Trump has time to shit on Joe Scarborough and those who hurt his delicate feelings, but doesn’t have the time to tell the small percentage of his supporters who are actual Nazis that he’s not interested in their support.
I hate that the mayor of Worcester sends his thoughts and prayers to the “citizens of Charlottesville” when the Antifa counter-protesters are not from there.
I hate how “hate” is framed as something that only comes from one side of the aisle.
I hate how the “alt-right” is the only one that Mayor Petty thinks is wrong. Because apparently Antifa terrorists are right.
I hate the “alt-right.” They are right wing anarchists.
I hate people who call everyone they disagree with “alt-right.”
I hate people who think they’re under attack because people want to take down statues commemorating leaders of an imaginary country that declared war on the United States.
I hate politicians who want Trump to exclusively blame white nationalists for this, while they’ve ignored violence from Antifa for months.
I hate college campuses that have barred all right wing speakers and in doing so have failed to differentiate between actual Nazis and normal conservatives.
I hate that college campuses have legitimized the idea that you can censor any speech you don’t agree with.
I hate how the 2016 Presidential election featured two people who almost exclusively pandered to radicals.
I hate that the left has gone so completely overboard that someone on the right like Donald Trump can win an election, while someone completely normal like John McCain can’t even come close.
I don’t know who the victim was in this attack, but if she was part of Antifa I don’t feel bad for her at all. A Nazi white supremacist will be taken off the streets for the rest of his life. An Antifa terrorist will as well. The net gain for society is +2. A world without Antifa and Nazis is a GREAT world.
In short, we should put all these people on ratchet island and let them kill each other while the rest of us go back to politics as usual, and agreeing to disagree.
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