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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

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:

Pretty graphic shit. The left is mostly blaming Trump for failing to condemn white supremacists:

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.

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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23 Comment(s)
  • History teacher
    August 15, 2017 at 10:45 pm

    I agree with everything yoiu say except for this:

    “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.”

    The Confederacy was a full functioning nation. History is completely unambiguous about this. I know you’re just a blogger, but still.

    Then there’s the bit about McCain being normal. John McCain is by ANY measure mentally unbalanced and completely unfit to be a lawmaker. He needs to retire yesterday.

  • Rational Person
    August 13, 2017 at 9:57 am

    Hey Turtleboy, Nice try at deflecting. Let’s remember this rally was organized by people who identify themselves as “alt-right” which is the same as saying “white supremacist” which is the same as “neo-nazi” and were chanting nazi slogans during their cute tiki torch parade Friday night.

    Also, let’s remember that the reason for the protest was that their panties were in a bunch because the city is planning to remove a statue that represents one of the most shameful periods in this country’s history.

    The counter-protesters weren’t all violent “antifa” anarchists. There was a peaceful gathering of 100’s of people in a church Friday night who were trying to draw strength from each other in advance of the Saturday rally. The neo-nazis surrounded that church with their torches in an obvious effort to intimidate those people.

    I attended the very peaceful Women’s March in January in Boston and it was extremely empowering and made me feel somewhat hopeful that the good guys will eventually prevail.


    • ThisFuckingGuy
      August 13, 2017 at 11:07 am

      The alt-right isn’t a synonym for White Supremacists. Are there White Supremacists among the alt-right? Absolutely can’t deny it. There are definitely supremacists on all sides.

      Some of the major voices of the alt-right even prove this:

      Mike Cernovich – Married to a non-white woman, with a mixed race child
      Gavin McInnes – Married to a non-white woman, with mixed race children.
      Milo Yiannopoulos – Reguarly talks about his inter-racial homosexual relationships.

      You all ready have a clear mind on which side is the “good guys” though, since you attended an Anti-Trump rally in January.

      “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it” ~ George Santayana

      Maybe, we shouldn’t be tearing down the reminders of our past

      • Rational Person
        August 13, 2017 at 11:29 am

        Nice echo chamber you’ve got there.

        • ThisFuckingGuy
          August 13, 2017 at 11:47 am

          Echo chamber? I think you may have done some inferring. At no point did I say that these are my only sources of news or information, to do so would be a great disservice to myself. They are undoubtedly some of the major speakers of the alt-right, that is pretty obvious.

          I guess when you can’t disprove my initial claim the only rational step is to make accusations that weren’t in the initial statement. Well done, you won the internet today!

        August 14, 2017 at 7:55 am

        Thernobitch the huckster, Gavin the wannabe faggot cult leader, and Milo the half-Jew degenerate are *NOT* alt-right and we disavow them…they are just trying to build personal brands and increase their own fame by hitching their wagon to the alt-right. Ask them the important questions, like where they stand on the JQ or creating an ethnostate and they waver and deflect because they still want the normies’ money and don’t want to truly commit to the cause because they know their miscegenation and faggotry would disqualify them once the great cleansing begins.

  • ThisFuckingGuy
    August 13, 2017 at 9:25 am

    Not everyone trying to protect these statues were White Nationalists to begin with. Many people that I’ve come across on the internet are just plainly against this anti-white rhetoric that goes around, it’s cool and edgy to hate on white folks. Protecting these statues is part of a greater problem. Social Justice Warriors have decided these micro-aggression made of stone need to go. We’re also dealing with historical revisionism where our Marxist scholars are trying teach another version of history. Whether or not you like the Civil War (clearly you don’t), it is just as much a part of our history as the Revolutionary War was. Unlike what most people believe the Civil War was similar to the Revolutionary War because it was based on the unfair taxation of Southern States. In fact, most Southern States had freed their slaves to fight in the war, while the last living slave owner was a Union Officer.

    All that aside though, these statues aren’t cheap to move. By the time the city council greases their buddies and they hire someone’s brother, husband, or cousin, these statues are costing taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars if not millions to be removed because “they may cause micro-aggression in people of color”. I’m sure some people attending this event just thought, maybe the city had better things to spend that money on, such as the school departments, roads, or emergency services. I know if it was happening locally we could definitely find some better use for the money.

    The #UniteTheRight rally was permitted to hold their event. The police were ordered to stand down which led to the insanity that we saw yesterday. This has been very common at all the previous right wing/free speech rallies across the country. The city of Charlotsville failed to protect these peoples first amendment rights even after a court ruled that permit for the rally could not be pulled. By ordering the police to stand they gave free reign for Anti-Fa to antagonize/incite this situation, while allowing them to act as an arm of the city of Charlottsville and deny the right to free speech to the protesters. The ACLU is even siding with right wing protesters this one.

    When it comes to the kid in the car, it doesn’t seem as it was a left vs. right incident. From everything that’s been uncovered to this point it seems that the kids Facebook is full of Anti-Trump rhetoric. Which has two major theories going so far. The first being that this kid hit the wrong group of people, which personally I believe is unlikely. The second which I am much more likely to believe is that kid found himself swarmed my protesters and panicked. In the worlds of Turtleboy, he turned his car into a “hippie plowing freedom mobile”, as I recall this is how you would respond in a similar situation. Let’s wait for the FACKS on this one.

  • Nemo Me Impugne Lacessit
    August 13, 2017 at 8:42 am

    Some good, funny stuff here. I think the Central, MA Intelligensia has finally come out to play!!
    1. I believe “Priuses”
    2. Interesting point on the gas pedal
    3. OJ was innocent
    4. The Confederacy was an insurrection and all its leaders treasonous. (Not unlike all the “Patriots” who pledged their lives and their fortunes when vying for separation from the tyranny of Great Britain)
    5. I rather like all commemorative statues – check out Gen. Hooker’s statue in front of the MA state house. Does his last name ring any bells?

    List of threes baby! When the threshold of two is broken – bad things happen. 1. Protest Legal – check 2. Protest – illegally cancelled/threat of arrest – check 3. Counter Protesters deny 1st amendment rights because they don’t like the language/message – check = very upset, can’t control his chemicals producing his emotions, which in turn dictate his actions person who drives a big car. List of threes baby!

    Peace out!

  • Minnie the Moocher
    August 13, 2017 at 7:45 am

    Obama blamed the San Bernardino Terror attack on gun ownership.
    So using liberal logic can we blame this “isolated incident” on muscle cars?
    Dam… now the left will demand we all drive a prius.. wtf is the plural of prius?

  • Just a Car Accident... nothing to see hear folks
    August 13, 2017 at 7:17 am

    He probably pushed the gas pedal instead of the brake by accident then panicked and pushed harder.

    It happens all the time. What is this rush to judgement? If the gloves do not fit you must acquit. If the floor-mat jammed the gas you must let this pass.

  • Independent Thinker
    August 13, 2017 at 7:14 am

    While I am not supporting those who marched in the rally, had the counter-protesters not thrown rocks at the marchers and used pepper spray on them, none of this violence would have occurred.

    Had the city not planned on removing a statue honoring Robert E. Lee, this march would not have taken place. SJW’s are going too far. The progressive politicians are also behind this. Keeping us divided is what keeps them in office.

    • Clowns to Left of me, Jokers to the Right
      August 14, 2017 at 2:35 pm

      Counter-protesters also had cement filled soda cans, aluminum bats, balloons filled with urine, feces and chemicals. One female reporter punched in the face by Antifa protesters. Another reporter received stitches after being attacked by Antifa for filming a “peace” rally the night after. Surprisingly, for all the guns on the alt-right, not one shot fired. I will commend them on that.

      FYI it was Antifa who plotted acid attacks against Trump supporters around the Inauguration. They are adopting Middle East tactics that are currently being launched against random citizens of Europe, mostly Brits. THIS sh!t needs o be stomped on!

  • They call me Ponch
    August 13, 2017 at 6:10 am

    Helmets, batons ,shields,pepper spray……..the only way to distinguish the two factions was the “Dukes of Hazzard” flag.
    Seems like scrubbed history, is repeating itself before our eyes.

  • Ghandi
    August 13, 2017 at 5:34 am

    Shoot ALL the extremists.

    • Jaysus
      August 13, 2017 at 8:56 am

      You mean : shoot ALL the *leftist* extremists. Right-extremists are ok, because they love Jesus! (Pronounced Jay-Sus)



  • Wwy
    August 13, 2017 at 3:05 am

    McCain is normal? Thought he left his mind in Vietnam. He’s normal only in a sick society like ours for years now.

    • Trump Baby!
      August 13, 2017 at 7:24 am

      McCain sucks donkey dicks, great war hero, horrible senator. He hasn’t made sense since the gooks gave him a 5 year mind fuck.

  • Mojo Whipsnade
    August 12, 2017 at 11:36 pm

    You have a lota hate in that heart of yours. Watch out it doesn’t kill you (heart attack/ stroke/ suicide.
    Respect for other peoples ideas, WITHOUT THE VIOLENCE, is the crux here. The real villians in this cluster f-ck are the politicians wanting the people to get whipped into a frenzy which equals votes, campaign $$$ and them staying in power.
    We all,( right and left) are being played.

  • Sonny's Mom
    August 12, 2017 at 11:22 pm

    Newsflash: “patriotism” has no relationship to torches and pitchforks. Or vehicular homicide. But growing up on the revisionist history they teach in the Marx-a-chusetts public schools, you wouldn’t be expected to know that.

  • John Barker
    August 12, 2017 at 10:39 pm

    Death to the driver of the car!!
    TBS..I hate that shit too..
    I still LOVE the First Amendment…Freedom of Speech. Alt-Wingers suck but..please not the Quabbin..I hike there

    August 12, 2017 at 10:18 pm

    UniteTheRight had a lawful permit for the rally.Their 1st and 9th amendment rights were violated.

    This is what happened: The #UniteTheRight rally was planned months in advance, proper permits were sought and granted, and everything was going according to plan. Then, a few days before the rally, the city of Charlottesville rescinded the permit; there argument was based upon the “Hecklers Veto,” they claimed that it would place “undo pressure” on the police, this is a clear violation of the 1s amendment.

    So, the organizers went to federal court and won; a federal judge ordered that the rally must go on and the rally-goers Constitutional rights protected.

    Then, the corrupt Dîndu mayor and the police department ordered the rally an “unlawful assembly,” and threatened to arrest everybody.

    Once again, 1st and 9th amendment rights were blatantly violated.

  • Noseface
    August 12, 2017 at 10:14 pm

    I agree with you about saying you don’t care, but I have a feeling you’re gonna regret writing that.

    • Eblie James
      August 13, 2017 at 8:14 pm

      Peeps on both sides went lookin for a fight and found one… suprise suuuprise!

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