What's your opinion of Antifa?

  • They fight for a good cause. They're good.

    Votes: 8 11.1%
  • I don't know.

    Votes: 2 2.8%
  • I don't like them.

    Votes: 34 47.2%
  • I hate them, because i'm a fascist. Heil Hitler

    Votes: 28 38.9%

  • Total voters
    72
Jul 24, 2012
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Not that I read a single word of this stupid shit but if you needed any further proof that Climate Change is simply being weaponised by Socialists, like Gretas parents to further their political goals, which will have the adverse effect of hardening climate change deniers and critics of climate science and preventing us working towards finding realistic solutions, then there it is.
 
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Maybe you are smarter than this Bach guy.


But I remember when that MichiganWarrior character used to take you to the wood shed and give your bare bottom an absolute hiding.
It's cute how you've decided to run around after him and make your first e-friend.

Yeah the guy who thought "floored" didn't mean knocked to the floor, and that pizza and kebabs were invented in the USA was renowned for his knowledge. :lol:
 
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Bachafach

Antifa
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Here's a 40 page document detailing why you're wrong.
https://fas.org/sgp/crs/mideast/RL33222.pdf



Uhhhh... yeah.
Links not working, try again. Or better yet why dont you tell us why im wrong. Or do you have trouble formulating an original thought due to your disability?
Not that I read a single word of this stupid shit but if you needed any further proof that Climate Change is simply being weaponised by Socialists, like Gretas parents to further their political goals, which will have the adverse effect of hardening climate change deniers and critics of climate science and preventing us working towards finding realistic solutions, then there it is.
Oh trust. We arent worried about having pieces of shit like you on our side.
 

Bachafach

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Fueled by Teachers and Average Donation of $18, Sanders Raised Record $25.3 Million in Third Quarter

"Bernie is proud to be the only candidate running to defeat Donald Trump who is 100 percent funded by grassroots donations—both in the primary and in the general."





Bernie Sanders supporters seen cheering during the rally at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. (Photo: Preston Ehrler/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
The presidential campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders announced Tuesday that it raised $25.3 million from 1.4 million individual donations in the third quarter of 2019, the largest fundraising quarter of any 2020 Democratic White House contender thus far.
"The billionaire class should be very, very nervous," Sanders tweeted. "The working people of this country are ready for a political revolution."
"Media elites and professional pundits have tried repeatedly to dismiss this campaign, and yet working-class Americans keep saying loudly and clearly that they want a political revolution."
—Faiz Shakir, Sanders campaign manager
The Sanders campaign said the average third-quarter donation was just $18, "teacher" was the most common profession of donors, and Starbucks, Amazon, and Walmart were the most common employers of donors.
Sanders's third-quarter fundraising boom was "fueled by a September haul that set a Bernie 2020 record for total amount raised and number of individual contributions in a single month," the campaign said in a press release.
"The final day of the third quarter was the second biggest fundraising day of the campaign," said the campaign. More than 99.9 percent of Sanders's donors since the start of the campaign in February can give again.
In a statement, Sanders campaign manager Faiz Shakir said "Bernie is proud to be the only candidate running to defeat Donald Trump who is 100 percent funded by grassroots donations—both in the primary and in the general."
"Media elites and professional pundits have tried repeatedly to dismiss this campaign," Shakir added, "and yet working-class Americans keep saying loudly and clearly that they want a political revolution."
 
Jul 24, 2012
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Links not working, try again. Or better yet why dont you tell us why im wrong. Or do you have trouble formulating an original thought due to your disability?

Oh trust. We arent worried about having pieces of shit like you on our side.
Link works fine, your computer just has AIDs ... like you.

When I say "us", I'm referring to normal people, not communists.
 

tommygun711

You don't have the capability for mayhem
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Fueled by Teachers and Average Donation of $18, Sanders Raised Record $25.3 Million in Third Quarter

"Bernie is proud to be the only candidate running to defeat Donald Trump who is 100 percent funded by grassroots donations—both in the primary and in the general."





Bernie Sanders supporters seen cheering during the rally at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. (Photo: Preston Ehrler/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
The presidential campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders announced Tuesday that it raised $25.3 million from 1.4 million individual donations in the third quarter of 2019, the largest fundraising quarter of any 2020 Democratic White House contender thus far.
"The billionaire class should be very, very nervous," Sanders tweeted. "The working people of this country are ready for a political revolution."
"Media elites and professional pundits have tried repeatedly to dismiss this campaign, and yet working-class Americans keep saying loudly and clearly that they want a political revolution."
—Faiz Shakir, Sanders campaign manager
The Sanders campaign said the average third-quarter donation was just $18, "teacher" was the most common profession of donors, and Starbucks, Amazon, and Walmart were the most common employers of donors.
Sanders's third-quarter fundraising boom was "fueled by a September haul that set a Bernie 2020 record for total amount raised and number of individual contributions in a single month," the campaign said in a press release.
"The final day of the third quarter was the second biggest fundraising day of the campaign," said the campaign. More than 99.9 percent of Sanders's donors since the start of the campaign in February can give again.
In a statement, Sanders campaign manager Faiz Shakir said "Bernie is proud to be the only candidate running to defeat Donald Trump who is 100 percent funded by grassroots donations—both in the primary and in the general."
"Media elites and professional pundits have tried repeatedly to dismiss this campaign," Shakir added, "and yet working-class Americans keep saying loudly and clearly that they want a political revolution."
Bernie is not only fading but he is fading bigly in the polls. I prefer him out of the top 3 democrats right now so it sucks that he is in third place.
 
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So this guy is MichiganWarrior?:lol: That explain a lot.

But I must say @Bachafach, I prefered your old schtick where you constantly claimed to be the archetypal internet badass. Or are you still smashing power lifting records in the gym and running Olympic level 100m times since you went full SJW/Antifa cliche?
 
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So this guy is MichiganWarrior?:lol: That explain a lot.

But I must say @Bachafach, I prefered your old schtick where you constantly claimed to be the archetypal internet badass. Or are you still smashing power lifting records in the gym and running Olympic level 100m times since you went full SJW/Antifa cliche?
I preferred his overtly racist "Cracker-Ass Cracker Slayer" persona... that was a good one but his white genocide threads and blatant racism got him banned by the more PC mod team of the time who wouldn't put up with his shit.

It's a lot less Bogotazo around here these days MW, you could maybe resurrect that one.
 

Icemmann

Breakin it down.
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Fueled by Teachers and Average Donation of $18, Sanders Raised Record $25.3 Million in Third Quarter

"Bernie is proud to be the only candidate running to defeat Donald Trump who is 100 percent funded by grassroots donations—both in the primary and in the general."





Bernie Sanders supporters seen cheering during the rally at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. (Photo: Preston Ehrler/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
The presidential campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders announced Tuesday that it raised $25.3 million from 1.4 million individual donations in the third quarter of 2019, the largest fundraising quarter of any 2020 Democratic White House contender thus far.
"The billionaire class should be very, very nervous," Sanders tweeted. "The working people of this country are ready for a political revolution."
"Media elites and professional pundits have tried repeatedly to dismiss this campaign, and yet working-class Americans keep saying loudly and clearly that they want a political revolution."
—Faiz Shakir, Sanders campaign manager
The Sanders campaign said the average third-quarter donation was just $18, "teacher" was the most common profession of donors, and Starbucks, Amazon, and Walmart were the most common employers of donors.
Sanders's third-quarter fundraising boom was "fueled by a September haul that set a Bernie 2020 record for total amount raised and number of individual contributions in a single month," the campaign said in a press release.
"The final day of the third quarter was the second biggest fundraising day of the campaign," said the campaign. More than 99.9 percent of Sanders's donors since the start of the campaign in February can give again.
In a statement, Sanders campaign manager Faiz Shakir said "Bernie is proud to be the only candidate running to defeat Donald Trump who is 100 percent funded by grassroots donations—both in the primary and in the general."
"Media elites and professional pundits have tried repeatedly to dismiss this campaign," Shakir added, "and yet working-class Americans keep saying loudly and clearly that they want a political revolution."
Not falling for his bullshit this time around after he took his cucking from Clinton during the primaries before the last election.

7368
 
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I preferred his overtly racist "Cracker-Ass Cracker Slayer" persona... that was a good one but his white genocide threads and blatant racism got him banned by the more PC mod team of the time who wouldn't put up with his shit.

It's a lot less Bogotazo around here these days MW, you could maybe resurrect that one.
I think his tough guy/A-level athlete routine died a death the day he thought it would be a good idea to post some pictures of himself. From the way he banged on we were all expecting some black Adonis, Anthony Joshua type figure. Yet what we actually got was a surprisingly pasty dork who looked like he was one his way to a Fred Durst look-alike convention. I was floored.
 

Johnstown

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Jun 4, 2013
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I think his tough guy/A-level athlete routine died a death the day he thought it would be a good idea to post some pictures of himself. From the way he banged on we were all expecting some black Adonis, Anthony Joshua type figure. Yet what we actually got was a surprisingly pasty dork who looked like he was one his way to a Fred Durst look-alike convention. I was floored.
 
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Bachafach

Antifa
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So this guy is MichiganWarrior?:lol: That explain a lot.

But I must say @Bachafach, I prefered your old schtick where you constantly claimed to be the archetypal internet badass. Or are you still smashing power lifting records in the gym and running Olympic level 100m times since you went full SJW/Antifa cliche?
Im from Croatia, ive never been to Michigan. Sounds like this lad gave you lot some ptsd the way you bring him up all the time.
 

Bachafach

Antifa
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Arnold Schwarzenegger to white supremacists: 'Your heroes are losers'
EMBARGOED arnold scharwzenegger
ATTNArnold Schwarzenegger.
In a new video, Austrian-born Arnold Schwarzenegger calls on President Donald Trump to reject the support of white supremacists and neo-Nazis.

Tracing the violent and "losing ideology" of Nazism and white supremacy, in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Schwarzenegger condemns the presence of hate groups in the United States.

"I knew the original Nazis, because you see, I was born in Austria in 1947, shortly after the second world war," Schwarzenegger says.

"I can tell you that these ghosts [hate groups] idolize spent the rest of their lives living in shame and right now, they're resting in hell," he continues.

Schwarzenegger addresses Trump's "moral responsibility" to repudiate racist groups and suggests a speech that the president should give.

"The world is watching. Now, let me help you write your speech a little bit," Schwarzenegger says. "'As President of the United States and as a Republican, I reject the support of white supremacists. The country that defeated Hitler's armies is no place for Nazi flags. The party of Lincoln won't stand with those who carry the battle flag of the failed Confederacy.'"

The video is part of a string of issue-driven shorts Schwarzenegger has made with new media company ATTN. His last video, on the Paris Climate Agreement, has more than 77 million views on Facebook so far.