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View Maine Eagle's Profile Maine Eagle Flag USA 21 Oct 21 4.41am Send a Private Message to Maine Eagle Add Maine Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by BlueJay


For a bit of light relief, how about Trumps 'tribute' to Colin Powell. Clearly terrible, but so much so that it's practically hilarious. .

"Wonderful to see Colin Powell, who made big mistakes on Iraq and famously, so-called weapons of mass destruction, be treated in death so beautifully by the Fake News Media. Hope that happens to me someday. He was a classic RINO, if even that, always being the first to attack other Republicans. He made plenty of mistakes, but anyway, may he rest in peace!"

Trump has cornered the market on insulting recently deceased public servants. Why break the habit of a lifetime.

This is precisely why the MAGA fools and degenerates love him, he is as rude, confrontational, ignorant, and lacking normal decorum levels as they are.

His last line of "anyway, may he rest in peace" is quite comical.

 


Trump lost. Badly. Hahahahahahaha.

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

'Hate speech', America's constitution doesn't recognise the term and that's because it's a modern leftist buzz phrase more than anything else. What the left try to do is shut down speech that opposes their ideology and that my friend is political tyranny.

As for your figures, 18 months of rioting by BLM and Antifa have been ignored.

And when you say it's chaired by a republican....that sounds like code for a 'Liz Cheney' type to me....so someone at odds with most of her party rather than a representative of it.

I know it's said in amusement but Cornwall can't afford to secede. However, America can...... and to avoid inevitable violence I think it needs to find a way to. If sensible people get together agreements can be found in many areas to defuse concerns over China taking advantage.....but the centre can't hold for many more years.

Edited by Stirlingsays (20 Oct 2021 8.29pm)

Many things are not directly reflected in the constitution of America, but thats kind of obvious given when it was written.

Free speech laws do not however allow for the incitement of violence, something that has been going on a lot lately, see 6th, January, for some examples of incited violence.

The figures are reflective of domestic terrorist incidents.

You forgot to use the term RINO, when mentioning President of the CSIS John J. Hamre. I suppose if you are a republican, have a shred of decency and moral fortitude, more than a couple of brain cells to rub together, and a backbone, then you are for sure not representative of the party these days.

John McCain rolls in his oft disturbed grave.

Which specific part of America is supposed to secede then, Stirley? How about Flint, Michigan, and Malibu, California.

 


Trump lost. Badly. Hahahahahahaha.

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Originally posted by Maine Eagle

No it shows they commit far more acts of domestic terrorism, with far, far more loss of life.

Isnít domestic terrorism inevitable in a country with more guns than people?

 

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Originally posted by Maine Eagle

Many things are not directly reflected in the constitution of America, but thats kind of obvious given when it was written.

Free speech laws do not however allow for the incitement of violence, something that has been going on a lot lately, see 6th, January, for some examples of incited violence.

The figures are reflective of domestic terrorist incidents.

You forgot to use the term RINO, when mentioning President of the CSIS John J. Hamre. I suppose if you are a republican, have a shred of decency and moral fortitude, more than a couple of brain cells to rub together, and a backbone, then you are for sure not representative of the party these days.

John McCain rolls in his oft disturbed grave.

Which specific part of America is supposed to secede then, Stirley? How about Flint, Michigan, and Malibu, California.

The constitution and separation occurred precisely because of tyranny Mainey. You don't seem to understand that it specifically concentrates on freedoms and speech is in there on the very first amendment and that's obviously in response to an environment where it was restricted.

There was no incitement of violence on January 6th, that's you living in your fantasy world. But you seem to forget the senseless murder of a women by the security forces....you guys whitewashed that out.

Just like you washed out 18 months of rioting by your friends in blm and antifa. You don't get away with that Mainey it's going to be raised everytime.

As for how the secession process goes, why should I have an opinion on that? I just want it to be peaceful and allow the two sides to live how they want. That could be worked out....ask your Democrat friends as 40 percent of them want that as well.

Edited by Stirlingsays (21 Oct 2021 8.00am)

 


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Originally posted by Stirlingsays


But you seem to forget the senseless murder of a women by the security forces....you guys whitewashed that out.

Edited by Stirlingsays (21 Oct 2021 8.00am)

To be fair to the Left, they do not ignore it. They celebrate it, proclaim the murderer of an unarmed woman as a hero.

 


In 1967, when Polish mercenary Rafal Ganowicz was asked what it felt like to take human life, replied: "I wouldn't know, I've only ever killed communists."

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Originally posted by Matov

To be fair to the Left, they do not ignore it. They celebrate it, proclaim the murderer of an unarmed woman as a hero.

Indeed, seemed deliberate to me.

To justify what he did they had to create a narrative....and that's what they did.

The difference between the right and left perspective is so far apart now that I can see no realistic compromises other than an agreement for one not to control the other.

Edited by Stirlingsays (21 Oct 2021 11.57am)

 


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Originally posted by Matov

To be fair to the Left, they do not ignore it. They celebrate it, proclaim the murderer of an unarmed woman as a hero.

You do seem to be prone to these sweeping generalisations about people with politics you don't share. I very much doubt the majority of 'the left' or anyone viewed this person as a 'hero', more likely someone put in a tremendously difficult spot. Beyond that a fair reading of the day is that clearly it was a tough situation to deal with. If a large group of hostile people, some with weapons, charge into the seat of power to chants of hanging and killing those inside, it's to put it mildly an extremely serious security concern.

I notice from earlier in the thread that 'the left' also apparently simply can't wait to give a green light to child sex abuse. Very few people, left or right have anything but revulsion for child abusers. To use the fact that some children suffer horrifying sexual abuse at the hands of monsters to have a cheap, sweeping dig at political opposites is about as low as it gets.

These are very polarising times, but it's a vocal minority on both ends of the spectrum that act hysterically. As we well see here.


Edited by BlueJay (21 Oct 2021 11.56am)

 

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The only place where there is any acceptance for peados is on the left. Sure it's far from mainstream at the moment. However, they only turn up at their rallies and only activists on the left look for acceptance.

In the seventies we even had a major Labour figure turning up at press conferences making representations for it. None of this exists on the right.

It can be noted that in the past the left had revulsion for plenty of practices that they now celebrate.....transgenderism and refusing to recognise that only biological women can actually be a woman being a case in point.

 


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In the 1970s the 'paedophile exchange', seeking to lower the age of consent to 4 and to make incest legal, were affiliated to and addressed the conferences of the National Council for Civil Liberties, a pressure group run at the time by former Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt and Labour's deputy leader Harriet Harman.

 

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If you can stomach it....watch the video....of what I regard as the murder of that women. I won't post it here.

The reasonableness of all descriptions should be seen in the light of the actual evidence. A defence of this guy's actions....and he's been cleared, means that there was a defence to shoot everyone who entered that building.

Edited by Stirlingsays (21 Oct 2021 12.25pm)

 


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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

The only place where there is any acceptance for peados is on the left. Sure it's far from mainstream at the moment. However, they only turn up at their rallies and only activists on the left look for acceptance.

In the seventies we even had a major Labour figure turning up at press conferences making representations for it. None of this exists on the right.

It can be noted that in the past the left had revulsion for plenty of practices that they now celebrate.....transgenderism and refusing to recognise that only biological women can actually be a woman being a case in point.

That people historically (and sometimes currently) see those 'changing sex' as perplexing or strange has little to do with adults having sex with children. It's just another way (following doing so to 'the left') to infer that a group of people are moral equivalents to child sex abusers. It speaks to a detachment from huge swaths of the population, the vast majority of whom hold the same view, left or right.

On a wider scale, whether the church, childrens homes, grooming gangs, multiple institutions and governments of all political stripes (if anything most of these groups are conservative in nature, but i wouldn't suggest its 'accepted') sat by and failed this nation and its children for decades, as often did families when it perversely was more of a 'taboo' to be a victim of abuse than to be the perpetrator. That's the thing, if you listen to music from say the 60s, blurring the lines wasn't particularly deemed as crime of the century, but this certainly wasn't something confined to the left or right.

It's a running joke that several people around Tommy Robinson (someone who like him or loathe him clearly did his bit on shining a light on something authorities ignored) have been banged up for child abuse. They are not on 'the left'. Indeed there are most certainly fringe individuals and groups on the far right that hold unhealthy views in this very area (look and you shall find), just as you appear to infer that there are on the far left. It's kind of the nature of the beast, the extreme people hold extreme beliefs. There is however absolutely no indication that 99.9% of people find any of this acceptance regardless of their politics. It's one issue that unites rather than divides. Thankfully.

 

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Originally posted by BlueJay

That people historically (and sometimes currently) see those 'changing sex' as perplexing or strange has little to do with adults having sex with children. It's just another way (following doing so to 'the left') to infer that a group of people are moral equivalents to child sex abusers. It speaks to a detachment from huge swaths of the population, the vast majority of whom hold the same view, left or right.

On a wider scale, whether the church, childrens homes, grooming gangs, multiple institutions and governments of all political stripes (if anything most of these groups are conservative in nature, but i wouldn't suggest its 'accepted') sat by and failed this nation and its children for decades, as often did families when it perversely was more of a 'taboo' to be a victim of abuse than to be the perpetrator. That's the thing, if you listen to music from say the 60s, blurring the lines wasn't particularly deemed as crime of the century, but this certainly wasn't something confined to the left or right.

It's a running joke that several people around Tommy Robinson (someone who like him or loathe him clearly did his bit on shining a light on something authorities ignored) have been banged up for child abuse. They are not on 'the left'. Indeed there are most certainly fringe individuals and groups on the far right that hold unhealthy views in this very area (look and you shall find), just as you appear to infer that there are on the far left. It's kind of the nature of the beast, the extreme people hold extreme beliefs. There is however absolutely no indication that 99.9% of people find any of this acceptance regardless of their politics. It's one issue that unites rather than divides. Thankfully.

It is the left who think it ok for a man to proclaim he is a woman, or a woman to proclaim she is a man and to give them all sorts of 'rights' bascially because they maintain 'that is who I am' live with it. Not a big leap for a paedophile to argue along the same lines. If the left are daft enough to accept tthe former, they are are daft enough to accept the latter.

 

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