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RodeoSchro

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Antifa and Proud Boys set to meet again in Portland on August 17



Those pussies from the "Proud Boys" have organized another rally in which they hope to incite violence. And this time - of course - there's a tie-in to that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones.

One of his former reporters - some loser named Joe Biggs - is the "Proud Boy" who has organized this. The title of their rally is the completely laughable "End Domestic Terrorism".

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THEY ARE THE DOMESTIC TERRORISTS! Just ask the FBI!

Antifa is ready, and their response is epic. They are planning their own rally, led by a group called PopMob (short for "Popular Mobilzation"). It's to be an “environment of whimsy and positivity.” Their aim is to have as many people as possible wear silly costumes, which they think will render the fake masculinity of the "Proud Boy" pussies comedic.

Picture some "Proud Boy" pussy with his helicopter-ride t-shirt and his spray-on tattoos trying to intimidate a guy in a banana costume. That's the visual PopMob is going for and I have to say - it's pretty imaginative.

Of course, the "Proud Boy" pussies will be joined by other domestic terrorists such as the "III%"ers. These guys are so stupid that they messed up their own name. To wit: "The group's name derives from an oft-repeated but erroneous claim that only three percent of the population of the Thirteen Coloniestook up arms against the Kingdom of Great Britain during the American Revolution." (wikipedia)

So we have a bunch of droolers who can't read and screwed up their own names, going against guys in banana costumes. Oh, by the way - that loser Joe Biggs from fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones's organization got a new baseball bat. It's festooned with Trump shit on it, so you know it can't maintain an erection, but he says it's just a decoration so what's the worry? Yeah, right.

I hope PopMob is successful in making the "Proud Boys" pussies look like the buffons they really are but with the "Proud Boys" history of inciting violence (it's a membership requirement!), coupled with other domestic terrorists coming to join them, it could be dicey.


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Reply #1 posted 08/08/19 8:02am

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Speaking of white supremacists, Tucker Carlson said that white supremacy was a hoax. That didn't go well for him so now he's going on vacation. Of course, it was a planned vacation and it's just a coincidence that it happens to have been planned at the same time he's getting backlash for being a white supremacist.

This happens a lot at Fox News. Here's an interesting article on it:

https://www.cnn.com/2019/...index.html


There is, of course, a long history of Fox hosts heading out on vacation as they become engulfed in controversy for inflammatory comments.

-- Laura Ingraham announced she was going on vacation in March 2018 after mocking Parkland survivor and gun control activist David Hogg...

-- Sean Hannity went on vacation in May 2017 after losing advertisers for promoting the Seth Rich conspiracy theory...

-- Jesse Watters headed out on vacation in April 2017 after making a comment widely criticized as lewd about Ivanka Trump...

-- Bill O'Reilly went -- and never returned from -- a vacation in April 2017 after NYT reported he had settled five sexual harassment allegations for millions of dollars...
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Reply #2 posted 08/08/19 8:07am

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I'm not sure this is white supremacy, but here's an act of violence against a 13-year-old boy that the perpetrator's own lawyer said was caused at least in part by the rhetoric of unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump:

https://www.cnn.com/2019/...index.html


A man has been accused of assaulting a 13-year-old boy in Montana after the boy wouldn't remove his hat during the National Anthem before a county rodeo, according to court documents.


Curt James Brockway, 39, was arrested and charged with felony assault on minor, according to an affidavit filed in district court in Mineral County Tuesday.

The incident happened on Saturday at the Mineral County Fairgrounds in the town of Superior after the boy responded rudely when the man asked him to take his hat off, according to court documents.

Brockway told police the boy was wearing a hat as the National Anthem began, and he asked him to remove it because it was disrespectful to wear during the anthem, but the boy responded by saying "f*** you," according to the affidavit.

Brockway said he then grabbed the boy by his throat, lifted him into the air, before slamming the boy into the ground, the affidavit said.

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The child had blood coming from his ears, a concussion and a fractured skull, the affidavit said.

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Lance Jasper, Brockway's attorney said his client has a severe traumatic brain injury and has problems with impulse control. Between that and being a disabled veteran who is "uber patriotic," Jasper said Brockway is influenced by the rhetoric of President Donald Trump.

Referring to times the President has spoken out against athletes and others that kneel or protest during the National Anthem and when he suggested possible jail time or loss of citizenship for burning the American flag, Jasper said, "Curt takes that literally and views the president as the commander in chief and when he sees it happening, he feels he needs to do something about it."


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Reply #3 posted 08/09/19 7:58am

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Too bad DJ is hiding.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #4 posted 08/09/19 5:31pm

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Too bad DJ is hiding.

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I respect his choice because it was coupled with a realisation that how he discussed things here was part of the problem that was a factor in horror week.

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Reply #5 posted 08/09/19 11:52pm

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RodeoSchro said:

Speaking of white supremacists, Tucker Carlson said that white supremacy was a hoax. That didn't go well for him so now he's going on vacation. Of course, it was a planned vacation and it's just a coincidence that it happens to have been planned at the same time he's getting backlash for being a white supremacist.

This happens a lot at Fox News. Here's an interesting article on it:

https://www.cnn.com/2019/...index.html


There is, of course, a long history of Fox hosts heading out on vacation as they become engulfed in controversy for inflammatory comments.

-- Laura Ingraham announced she was going on vacation in March 2018 after mocking Parkland survivor and gun control activist David Hogg...

-- Sean Hannity went on vacation in May 2017 after losing advertisers for promoting the Seth Rich conspiracy theory...

-- Jesse Watters headed out on vacation in April 2017 after making a comment widely criticized as lewd about Ivanka Trump...

-- Bill O'Reilly went -- and never returned from -- a vacation in April 2017 after NYT reported he had settled five sexual harassment allegations for millions of dollars...

Tucker Carlsson was praised by none other than David Duke himself, and praised as the "greatest ally" by various White supremacists. This is they type of "opinion" host that Fox thinks is acceptable to put on their airwaves. It would be the equivilent of MSNBC giving Louis Farrakhan a nightly hour long show

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Reply #6 posted 08/09/19 11:56pm

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IanRG said:

2freaky4church1 said:

Too bad DJ is hiding.

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I respect his choice because it was coupled with a realisation that how he discussed things here was part of the problem that was a factor in horror week.

He probably realized that his view that "Antifa" was as dangerous as White Supremacists was untenable afterr the events of the past 2 weeks. Plus he was often extremely nasty to people with little or no provacation (which is why I refused to engage with him anymore). If he had a moment of self-realization, than maybe that's good for him...

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Reply #7 posted 08/10/19 3:50am

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RodeoSchro said:



Those pussies from the "Proud Boys" have organized another rally in which they hope to incite violence. And this time - of course - there's a tie-in to that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones.

One of his former reporters - some loser named Joe Biggs - is the "Proud Boy" who has organized this. The title of their rally is the completely laughable "End Domestic Terrorism".

falloff

THEY ARE THE DOMESTIC TERRORISTS! Just ask the FBI!

Antifa is ready, and their response is epic. They are planning their own rally, led by a group called PopMob (short for "Popular Mobilzation"). It's to be an “environment of whimsy and positivity.” Their aim is to have as many people as possible wear silly costumes, which they think will render the fake masculinity of the "Proud Boy" pussies comedic.

Picture some "Proud Boy" pussy with his helicopter-ride t-shirt and his spray-on tattoos trying to intimidate a guy in a banana costume. That's the visual PopMob is going for and I have to say - it's pretty imaginative.

Of course, the "Proud Boy" pussies will be joined by other domestic terrorists such as the "III%"ers. These guys are so stupid that they messed up their own name. To wit: "The group's name derives from an oft-repeated but erroneous claim that only three percent of the population of the Thirteen Coloniestook up arms against the Kingdom of Great Britain during the American Revolution." (wikipedia)

So we have a bunch of droolers who can't read and screwed up their own names, going against guys in banana costumes. Oh, by the way - that loser Joe Biggs from fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones's organization got a new baseball bat. It's festooned with Trump shit on it, so you know it can't maintain an erection, but he says it's just a decoration so what's the worry? Yeah, right.

I hope PopMob is successful in making the "Proud Boys" pussies look like the buffons they really are but with the "Proud Boys" history of inciting violence (it's a membership requirement!), coupled with other domestic terrorists coming to join them, it could be dicey.


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IMO at this stage, anyone opposing the Proud Boys should stay the hell away. They wouldn't know how to do a peaceful protest if they tried. They are looking for trouble and, as long as there are people from 'the other side' present, they will be violent. If Antifa retaliates it justs gives power to the 'both sides' argument. Nope, I'd stay away from this one. Let's see what they come up with when no 'other side' is present.

If you're going to refer to people as 'scum' or 'garbage vomit', at least have a reason to do so.
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Reply #8 posted 08/10/19 6:24am

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jjhunsecker said:

IanRG said:

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I respect his choice because it was coupled with a realisation that how he discussed things here was part of the problem that was a factor in horror week.

He probably realized that his view that "Antifa" was as dangerous as White Supremacists was untenable afterr the events of the past 2 weeks. Plus he was often extremely nasty to people with little or no provacation (which is why I refused to engage with him anymore). If he had a moment of self-realization, than maybe that's good for him...


falloff lol lol lol

So, if I'm not around to argue with, you three chuckleheads will just talk about me?!? I don't know if that's hilarious or pathetic. Probably a bit of both.

I'm not quiting the forum because of how I disscussed things, I'm doing so because I believe that the "discussions" do nothing but throw gasoline on the fire that is leading nutcases to take to the streets seeking violence and some of them to snap and just start shooting. "Discussions" require at least 2 parties, so every single one of you is included in my reason.

I'm "nasty"? I can be, in reaction to how nasty this forum is. It's toxic environments like this that help escalate nastiness into real world violence. There's at least one orger that participates here that repeatedly and often expresses his desire to engage in violence with those whose political opinions oppose his. The things he says are "red flags" if I ever heard one. When he snaps, I don't want to be one of the reasons.

If you want to believe that the piece of shit in Dayton wasn't as far left as the piece of shit in El Paso was far right, go ahead, enjoy your fantasy. Keep on cheering on antifa if you don't mind encouraging more violence and more deaths. That's on you. I'm done.

Now, I know you miss me, but let's see if you can stick to your own topics or if you can't resist talking about me. Because when the three of you go off topic to talk about me when I haven't even posted, it comes across as either an obsession with me or trollish baiting.


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Reply #9 posted 08/10/19 9:29am

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I have not seen much about the proud boys in terms of them committing acts of violence as I have antifa... Yet I denounce them without ANY conditions or buts... Odd how so many that prop them up as such a danger do deny and refuse to denounce antifa and in some cases flat out support them...

SO I want everyone here who sees the PB's as anything even resembling a domestic terrorist group to condemn antifa too!


I am waiting.

Antifa: are Fascist. People are fooled by their name! They carry out acts of violence to instill fear in order to push a political agenda or combat one. Do you support them?
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Reply #10 posted 08/10/19 10:42am

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DJ, don't worry bud Only is worse.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #11 posted 08/10/19 11:13am

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There's no such thing as the Proud Boys or White Supremacy. I heard that on Fox "News". It must be true. Plus, I'm too busy trying to let everyone know that PETA and GREENPEACE are the real terrorists. That and Hillary's pedophile sex trafficking ring in the pizza parlor.

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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Reply #12 posted 08/10/19 11:28am

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2freaky4church1 said:

DJ, don't worry bud Only is worse.

do you condemn Antifa's used of violence to push its political agenda which even your hero Chomsky has?

Antifa: are Fascist. People are fooled by their name! They carry out acts of violence to instill fear in order to push a political agenda or combat one. Do you support them?
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Reply #13 posted 08/10/19 11:34am

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13cjk13 said:

There's no such thing as the Proud Boys or White Supremacy. I heard that on Fox "News". It must be true. Plus, I'm too busy trying to let everyone know that PETA and GREENPEACE are the real terrorists. That and Hillary's pedophile sex trafficking ring in the pizza parlor.

PETA and Greenpeace have engaged in acts of terrorism (use of violence to push a social-political agenda)... as has white supremacy groups...as have the NBP and BLM and Antifa (Dayton) as have other far left or non-white groups. The problem is some on your side refuse to condemn them all as I have.

So YES or NO: do you condem the use of violance to push a poltical agenda?

Antifa: are Fascist. People are fooled by their name! They carry out acts of violence to instill fear in order to push a political agenda or combat one. Do you support them?
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Reply #14 posted 08/10/19 11:53am

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13cjk13 said:

There's no such thing as the Proud Boys or White Supremacy. I heard that on Fox "News". It must be true. Plus, I'm too busy trying to let everyone know that PETA and GREENPEACE are the real terrorists. That and Hillary's pedophile sex trafficking ring in the pizza parlor.

lol

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Reply #15 posted 08/10/19 11:54am

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There has been no proof that the Dayton shooter did his heinous deeds to further a political agenda, or that he targeted specific groups of people. The man murdered his own sister, for godssakes

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Reply #16 posted 08/10/19 12:06pm

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Why do people say they're leaving, yet keep coming back ?

I guess once a liar, always a liar...I guess self -reflection was too much to expect from such a person

How can we "miss" him if he never goes away ?? Let's all do our best to forget he was ever here, or even alive.

[Edited 8/10/19 12:08pm]

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What part of antifa members only do one percent of violence don't you lot get?

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #18 posted 08/10/19 1:41pm

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jjhunsecker said:

Why do people say they're leaving, yet keep coming back ?

I guess once a liar, always a liar...I guess self -reflection was too much to expect from such a person

How can we "miss" him if he never goes away ?? Let's all do our best to forget he was ever here, or even alive.

[Edited 8/10/19 12:08pm]


I'm not leaving the org, I just no longer wish to participate in this forum.

But if you can't stop talking about me, (which is soooo weird... and sad), then yeah, I might respond, if for no other reason than to correct the record.

So the ball's in your court (and your cohorts). Can you refrain from making me the subject of your discussion?


[Edited 8/10/19 13:59pm]

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"Families are torn apart, men women and children are separated. Children come home from school to find their parents have gone missing." - Anne Frank
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Reply #20 posted 08/10/19 2:41pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

What part of antifa members only do one percent of violence don't you lot get?

2 issues: 1) you have deafened them when they have 2) I only asked about their use of violence. 3) you've no basis to say it is just 1% (but I got what you are doing... cute...)

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Reply #21 posted 08/10/19 2:43pm

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jjhunsecker said:

Why do people say they're leaving, yet keep coming back ?

I guess once a liar, always a liar...I guess self -reflection was too much to expect from such a person

How can we "miss" him if he never goes away ?? Let's all do our best to forget he was ever here, or even alive.

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it is sad when someone dosn't agree with you that you want them not talk... as if you can not deal with it... LOL

Antifa: are Fascist. People are fooled by their name! They carry out acts of violence to instill fear in order to push a political agenda or combat one. Do you support them?
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Reply #22 posted 08/10/19 3:19pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

jjhunsecker said:

Why do people say they're leaving, yet keep coming back ?

I guess once a liar, always a liar...I guess self -reflection was too much to expect from such a person

How can we "miss" him if he never goes away ?? Let's all do our best to forget he was ever here, or even alive.

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it is sad when someone dosn't agree with you that you want them not talk... as if you can not deal with it... LOL


Or when you want someone to stop talking, they do, and you can't just be happy about it so you start talking ABOUT them. lol

And then when you get shitty because they respond to you talking about them?!? So fucking pathetic...

Ross Perot was right!!
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Reply #23 posted 08/10/19 6:19pm

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Ho hum...

The same endless horseshit... I thought it was over, but I guess not.
Just more posts to ignore
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Reply #24 posted 08/10/19 6:23pm

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And I can deal with any opinion and go toe to toe with anyone on here.,, and not have to run to make "complaints " when people allegedly "offend" me. I deal with it like a man...

Now let's get back to the subject of the thread. The grownups were talking...
[Edited 8/10/19 18:25pm]
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jjhunsecker said:

And I can deal with any opinion and go toe to toe with anyone on here.,, and not have to run to make "complaints " when people allegedly "offend" me. I deal with it like a man... Now let's get back to the subject of the thread. The grownups were talking... [Edited 8/10/19 18:25pm]

you say you can...but you don't you just name call... like here...

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Reply #26 posted 08/10/19 8:21pm

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Again, the grown ups are talking
It's time for the children (and those who think like children) to go back to bed
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Reply #27 posted 08/11/19 11:07am

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Joy Reid had a member of Antifa on her show. nice.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #28 posted 08/12/19 8:41am

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2freaky4church1 said:

What part of antifa members only do one percent of violence don't you lot get?



What does that say about the other 99% of them that either are against the violence yet say nothing against it, or that are for it but don't have the balls to go through with it?

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Reply #29 posted 08/12/19 10:24am

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guitarslinger44 said:

2freaky4church1 said:

What part of antifa members only do one percent of violence don't you lot get?

What does that say about the other 99% of them that either are against the violence yet say nothing against it, or that are for it but don't have the balls to go through with it?



I think you missed his point, which was:

Total violence = 100%

Violence by white nationalists = 99%

Violence by "antifa" = 1%

He wasn't saying that only 1% of "antifa" are violent people.

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