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originally posted by: yuppa
a reply to: theantediluvian
Ever think of someone changing their mind? If its impossible to change ones mind then why even debate anymore? Or why put someone in prison? if theres no changing them shoudnt they just be killed instead then?
This guy you are hitting on might have changed and removed those people from his gatherings. Wait and see this time if they show up again. Then you can see if he changed or didnt.
originally posted by: seeker1963
a reply to: theantediluvian
Alt-Left Leader Vows to “Crush Skulls” With Baseball Bat During ‘Patriot Prayer’ Rally
You were saying?
People are going to end up being killed over this nonsense and instead of denouncing the violence on BOTH sides, you make excuse for one.
originally posted by: theantediluvian
a reply to: Templeton
April 29th at Gibson's in Portland's Montavill a Park rally there was this unhinged lunatic who showed up with a bat, claiming he wanted to fight protesters. He was yelling racial slurs, giving Nazi salutes and shouting "Hail Vinland!" Luckily the cops confiscated his bat.
Do you recognize him? No? Well that is Jeremy Christian. About a month later, he was harassing a couple of Muslim women on public transportation and when two bystanders intervened, he murdered them with his knife.
While he hasn't murdered anyone, this young man is Jake Von Ott, an organizer for the white nationalist group founded by Nathan Damigo, Identity Evropa. You may also recognize them from their involvement in Unite the Right.
He was there with friends. Then there's the random assortment of similar. Here's a couple of them. First up is this guy with his cool "Goy" something or another helmet and Nazi accessories.
Maybe this was his sign?
Then there's this guy who was there (bottom) and seen at a neo-Nazi function (top):
That's just some of the fun people at just one of his rallies. Should we keep going? I haven't even gotten the street fighting, street preaching version of Westboro Baptist Church that he counts among his friends.
originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: fiverx313
Which hate group are you referring to ?
Those that hate rich people.
Those that hate bankers.
Those that hate ceos.
Those that hate gunz.
Those that hate fossil fuels.
Those that hate republicans.,
Those that hate democrats.
Those that hate black lives matter.
Those that hate fascists.
Those that hate nazis.
Might want to narrow it down a little.
site:www.abovetopsecret.com "Identity Evropa"
site:www.abovetopsecret.com "Proud Boys"
Patriot prayer is about using the power of love and prayer to fight the corruption both in the government and citizen levels that seek to gain power through division and deception. Click Link Below for "What is Patriot Prayer?"
Indeed, the Southern Poverty Law Center which tracks hate groups does not list Patriot Prayer as such, nor is Gibson considered an extremist by the advocacy center;
In fact, the Law Center reported that at the most recent Patriot Prayer event, Gibson shouted from the stage “F*** white supremacists! F*** neo-Nazis!”
originally posted by: Benderisfunny
a reply to: toysforadults
When I lived in Fresno, my brother and I had problems with skinheads nearly every day. They did not like that we had Mexican friends. The worst was when they attacked us with 2x4s and crushed my brother's jaw. I guess I was lucky, because I just got the # beat out of me. But, there were bloods and crips and bulldogs to beat you up if you were white, too. People acting like race problems in California are something that just started are fooling themselves. That stuff happened to us in the early 90's.