posted on Sep, 26 2017 @ 10:04 AM
I completely agree. People are absolutely nuts, hypocritical, whiny, and overly sensitive.
Stand for the pledge, sit for the pledge, trash talk, whatever... It's your right to do so.
"All our troops fought and died protecting our flag and fighting Nazi's! You will fight Nazi's too and respect our country and flag!" - No, buddy.
1, They fought for the idea behind the cloth, the rights and equalities, liberties and freedoms protected... including, the freedom to burn the flag
and sit out the anthem if they see fit.
2, Regardless of what you believe, neo Nazi's are people too, just like Antifa. Regardless of their respective psychosis, they are entitled to their
protests, ideas, chants, hypocrisy and general stupidity.
3, All the mutual bickering back and forth is covered and protected by our 1st amendment - every kneel, every stupid tweet, dumb FB post, completely
false news story, marches, etc. All covered, all protected.... to a point: ya won't get thrown in jail or charged, but you can get fired!
It's unfortunate that a lot of people don't understand this concept.
I don't agree with antifa, but i'll defend their right to speak and protest (until property is destroyed, that crosses a different type of line). I
don't agree with nazis or supremacists, but i'll defend their right to speak and protest (until they start running people over, again crossing another
kind of line). I don't agree with Trump on certain things, but I'll defend his right to send out tweets every 20 minutes. I don't agree with any
mainstream media and their sensationalist BS, made up, over-exaggerated stories, but...... well, yeah, i guess i'll defend their right to make
themselves look like idiots.
Here's a question: If they aired a documentary on liberties, freedoms, and their meanings (narrated by someone who understands the full bipartisanship
of the issue) how many heads do you think would explode across the nation?