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BITCHFEST -- THE EXTREMISTS ON THE FAR LEFT AND FAR RIGHT
IDK I've never met a truly racist person except online. And who knows what buttons they like to push.
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(05-31-2019, 01:01 PM)BigMark Wrote: If you gave me your zip code it would tell me the mix of people in your area.

I just checked. I'm a little embarrassed to say how white it is.
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(05-31-2019, 03:04 PM)Maggot Wrote: IDK I've never met a truly racist person except online. And who knows what buttons they like to push.

My second ex's father definitely was, he liked throwing "nigger" and "kike" around in front of his 4 year old granddaughter. He also loudly proclaimed that all Englishmen were cum sucking fags. Nice guy, really miss him, hope he's dead.
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Only sane people understand that.
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Guns!  And, White Superiority! - Richmond, Virginia

I really wish these extremists weren't descending on Virginia's capitol on Martin Luther King Jr Day. Some MLK celebratory events had to be cancelled due to their large presence and a state of emergency has been declared.   

Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend the rally in Richmond which began as an act of retaliation for recently introduced legislation which will tighten gun laws in the state.  

The legislation does not equate to a 'gun grab', but that's the message the gun enthusiast groups are propagating.  Instead, the laws would implement universal background checks, red flag laws, and a limit of one gun purchase per person per month. 

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A state of emergency was declared this weekend by governor Northam and there is a heavy police presence at the scene.

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Among the protesters ^ are groups of white supremacists and militia groups.  The event does not allow protesters to carry guns, but many of the protesters lined up for the event heavily-armed anyway.  

In the last week, six people with alleged links to neo-Nazi, white supremacist groups have been arrested in connection with the event and the FBI is fervently sniffing out any threats of violence. 

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President Trump, of course, didn't miss the opportunity to capitalize on the tenuous situation.

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There are fears it could descend into a violent event like the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville where counter-protester Heather Heyer was murdered by a white supremacist who ran her down in the street. 

Anyway, I'm hoping for peaceful (or, at least, non-deadly) protest and counter-protest.

Ref: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article...rally.html
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What do y'all think would happen if black people showed up at a civil rights rally armed to the teeth and some with their faces masked? Hmmm?
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I believe only the Anti-fa people are wearing masks they can really screw things up, they are the instigators. The white supremacist should not be there also.
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(01-20-2020, 12:20 PM)Maggot Wrote: I believe only the Anti-fa people are wearing masks they can really screw things up, they are the instigators. The white supremacist should not be there also.

You're wrong.

The men with covered faces in the posted photos are not Antifa members.

And, police are reportedly most concerned about a far-right / white supremacist lone wolf killing someone(s) at the event again.

However, I agree there's bigger concern for group violence if Antifa shows up.
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The pictures coming out of there today will only serve to reinforce public opinion in regards to gun violence legislation.
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anti-fa and white supremacist groups should go out in a big field and go at it and leave everyone else alone.
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Hey! What a coincidence! That's how I feel about republicans.
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There were no problems with the gun rallies despite the excitement many Democrats and left wing media had for blood. One person was arrested for wearing a mask and she was told to take it off several times, people with guns are not the enemy crazy people with guns is. Hopefully the bought and paid for Democrat politicians in Virginia see this but I highly doubt it, there is a national agenda they must pursue.
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From the commies at Amazon WaPo:

Marching around with guns on your chest? That’s all about fear.

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RICHMOND — Y'all, it smelled like fear out here in Virginia.

Scores of men — plus a handful of women — dressed up in battle rattle and draped themselves with assault weapons, long guns and handguns on Monday. They strapped hunting knives to their thighs and wore body armor and body cameras on their chests, shoulders and helmets.

To a rally. A peaceful rally. On city streets in a quiet state capital on a holiday weekend.
That’s a uniform of fear, right there.
Fear of having to pass a background check if they want to buy a gun from a private individual?
Fear of not being able to buy more than one handgun every month?


Fear of not being able to carry an AR-15 across your chest to a county fair that doesn’t want your weapon aboard the Tilt-a-Whirl?

Fear of not getting help taking a gun away from your suicidal son?


Because those are all the restrictions on guns that the Virginia House of Delegates passed last week.

The outsized turnout, vigor and rancor in Richmond on Monday — thousands of demonstrators filled the Capitol grounds and surrounding streets — is a reaction based on fear, not fact.

And the fear is all about a loss of power.

“It happened like that,” a man dressed in full camo with a handgun strapped to his hip told his friend, snapping his finger. “We were good for years, then the left took over and they’re going to take our guns away. Virginia is the home of the NRA. They want to run them out, too.”

Be honest, people. Most law-abiding, regular old Virginians could still have a weapon — many weapons, even — under the common-sense legislation that the new Democratic majority in Richmond is passing.


The annual rally supporting unregulated gun ownership in Virginia was huge this year, whipped up by a tweet from President Trump warning: “Your 2nd Amendment is under very serious attack in the Great Commonwealth of Virginia. That’s what happens when you vote for Democrats, they will take your guns away..”

Besides thousands of people who went through security to adhere to the emergency order banning weapons on Capitol grounds, thousands more who decided they couldn’t be without their weapons encircled the Capitol.

Huge assault weapons strapped across chests and backs knocked against each other in the port-a-potty lines. Some walked in a masked phalanx, bookended by German shepherds.

One group pushed through crowds in a conga line of camo and Carhartt, holding on to each other as they muscled through a crush of people. “Racist, white supremacists coming through,” one line leader bellowed, laughing, like everyone should know he really isn’t racist.


The fears that the demonstration would turn into another Charlottesville were also unfounded. Last week, the FBI arrested three men suspected of being members of a neo-Nazi hate group who stockpiled weapons and allegedly discussed sparking a race war at the Richmond rally.

Counterprotesters were urged by their leaders to avoid the rally. The Moms (who) Demand Action — the group that worked hard to help flip the state’s legislature from red to blue — didn’t show up with their shirts and signs. The families of people killed in massacres avoided the scene. The rowdies who like to clash with everyone Netflixed and chilled.


That helped keep the peace.

But it also meant there were no counterprotesters there to explain that requiring safety checks that still make owning a gun easier than driving a car are not a wholesale assault on the Second Amendment.

Billy Byrd, 55, said he doesn’t really mind the background check. He’s a retired police officer who lives in Williamsburg. But he said he wants to have weapons to protect his family.

“I called the cops the other day and it took them 30 minutes to get there,” Byrd said. “In 30 minutes my whole family could’ve been killed.”

Did he call police because someone was trying to kill his whole family?

“No, someone was there taking pictures of the inside of my son’s car,” he said. “The VIN number.”

Tim (who feared giving me his last name) is a 47-year-old IT guy from North Carolina who owns “more [weapons] than I’m comfortable telling you.” He also didn’t really have a problem with the idea of background checks. But it’s the principle of any kind of legislation or regulation he opposes. And fears.

“Criminals will have guns,” he said.


All of the men I talked to were also solidly opposed to “red-flag laws,” which allow a concerned family member or the police to ask for the temporary removal of weapons from someone who may be dangerous to themselves or others.

“I can just tell the cops that a guy I hate is dangerous, and they’ll go take all his guns. It can happen to me,” one guy told me.


Nope. That may be what he fears. But the red-flag law requires a state court to be petitioned and a judge to weigh in on whether taking the gun is appropriate.

Let me spell it out: The people who lobby for red-flag laws are usually those who lost a loved one to suicide.
Thirty percent of gun deaths in Virginia, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, are homicides.
A much larger percentage — 67 percent of all gun deaths in the state — are suicides.


The suicide-by-gun rate — about two a day in Virginia — takes primarily rural, white males over the age of 45, according to numbers complied by America’s Health Rankings. And veterans are 1.5 as likely to take their lives in Virginia.

That almost perfectly describes the demographic at the gun rally in Richmond.
Think about it, guys. The biggest thing you have to fear, when it comes to guns, is yourselves, actually.
It would be pretty brave to talk about that.


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After all that it was a peaceful, respectable, and cordial rally. With proponents from both sides but mainly pro gun citizens showing their trepidation towards a piece of legislation being proposed with a 1 margin vote with that being the deciding vote as a majority voting lockstep again on a law that went against the lifestyle of a majority of the population. 

What was expected? Look at the new law's they are trying to establish. I would think a more subtle approach would be warranted but I am wrong in believing that a one Representative majority would be all that was needed but again I've never seen a weaker or more susceptible gaggle that couldn't be bought now in the Virginia State house.
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Big guns, little dicks. Whatta fucked up way to have to live, scared all the time.

Roo, did you see the dude with the 5 ft. gun?
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Gun owners should be forced to pass an IQ test. No moon faced allowed.
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I'm very glad that there was no violence or death at the Richmond gun rally yesterday.

Hats off to the gun safety/control activists who (for strategic and safety reasons) chose to sit this one out, to the FBI for being proactive and arresting the white supremacist dipshits who'd made credible threats to stir shit at the event in attempt to incite civil war, and to the local government and police who helped to keep the venue safe while allowing the gun enthusiasts to exercise their first amendment rights . 

To the extremist protesters who showed up armed to the teeth and those who idiotically chanted 'we will not comply' -- good job showing everyone who you are and that you don't qualify as 'responsible and law-abiding gun owners'.   People who choose not to comply with laws because they don't like them are simply 'criminals'.  Period.
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