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Democrats, when you parrot the same talking points as depraved Kim Jong-un...

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posted on Jan, 31 2018 @ 01:41 PM
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...you know you have a problem or two.



"Racial discrimination and misanthropy are serious maladies inherent to the social system of the U.S., and they have been aggravated since Trump took office," the North Korean paper said.

"The racial violence that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia, on August 12 is a typical example of the acme of the current administration's policy of racism," it said.


First, no evidence was offered in this blatant attack against the United States by NK's little jellyroll. Second, Charlottesville had nothing to do with Trump. He simply stated a fact that both the racists and communists were to blame for violence that day. Only one party had a legal permit to be there, and it wasn't the communists. So trying to claim they aren't equally responsible for the violence is asinine and not in line with reality. You don't get to spin facts and distort the truth simply because you like one party and dislike the other. Sorry, that isn't how things work.

Whether you like the racists or not (no serious person does), they had a legal right to be there and exercise their free speech. This isn't communist Ukraine or Nazi Germany. You don't get to commit violent acts against others simply because you dislike their beliefs/politics. And to a sub-point, most of the people present were there for patriot nationalist rally's and pro-religious rally's, nothing to do with race. Contrary to the left's beliefs, most of us don't care about/think about race 24/7/365. It isn't even a factor. Only a small number of participants (who weren't associated with the patriot/nationalist/religious groups) were actually with the racists/KKK/Nazi jagaloons

Second, Democrats should be proud. The depraved dictator, Kim Jong-in of NK, uses precisely the same talking points as them. I suppose having so much support, love and common beliefs with a tyrannical monster makes sense, after all they are the party of spewing opinion, rumor and lies as though they were fact.

You should be proud Dems.


link. www.msn.com...
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posted on Jan, 31 2018 @ 01:51 PM
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It's not just Democrats, it is our nations medical agencies, Pharmaceutical companies, Airlines, tourist areas, and everything else you can think of including Hollywood and media.

We are being hit from all sides, even some of the Republicans. Change is good if done slowly and properly, but the liberals are ignorant of anything that goes against their beliefs. I would say a lot concervative with slow and steady change is good, otherwise it swings back from overcorrection and causes civil unrest.



posted on Jan, 31 2018 @ 01:52 PM
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"Racial discrimination and misanthropy are serious maladies inherent to the social system of the U.S., and they have been aggravated since Trump took office," the North Korean paper said.


Even a broken clock is right twice a day.



posted on Jan, 31 2018 @ 01:58 PM
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a reply to: JBurns



JB- You mentioned "Democrats" as if there were 2 parties, 2 separate parties. So whatever the (R) party claims, because the majority of the time that is what We, The Taxpayer™ ends up with "claims" So whatever (R) claims, then the (D) has to go the complete opposite on that particular cause, and there are ALWAYS multiple causes. Of course this is by design to trap those folks still stuck thinking there is a (D) and a (R) and the (Ind.) NEVER HAS A CHANCE. Now imagine just for a second a majority of folks didn't have this '2 party paradigm'.. Geez, then the ones that keep playing 'the game' would have to go look for another game; ergo 'get a real job and EARN a paycheck', but because they've already voted themselves a 'Salary for life' that is already Your most dire threat removed.

Salary for life; a slush fund for when You attack someone; best healthcare other people's money can buy, shall I continue? I'm surprised more folks don't get into it...


Not until We, The Taxpayer™ unite and get rid of the whole bunch, (R), (D), (Ind.) (WGAS) ALL of "THEM"...

The more crap on the wall, the least likelihood of covering it ALL up.



posted on Jan, 31 2018 @ 02:06 PM
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The Dems are fractured.

The young hope Joe Kennedy III spat all over everyone.

Nancy Pelosi was sucking her Tide pod.

In fairness, the Rep's have had their share of bad SOTU speeches.




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posted on Jan, 31 2018 @ 02:55 PM
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most of the people present were there for patriot nationalist rally's and pro-religious rally's, nothing to do with race


That's completely false. And also labeling people who protest against neo-Nazis as "communists" isn't a good look either. Most of the people that showed up to protest the invasion of their town by neo-Nazi thugs armed for battle were locals.




You make a big point over "only one side had a permit" in a really bizarre defense of neo-Nazi scum that I struggle to fathom. You know what their permit didn't cover?

It didn't cover a bunch of tiki torch bearing neo-Nazis surrounding and attacking a small group of local university students. I could be mistaken but I don't think there's a permit for that.



And you know what else one side did that the other didn't? Ran over a bunch of people, killing a girl. Also, I'm pretty sure it was only one side that brought and discharged firearms.

You think Democrats look bad because Kim Jong Un said something about racism? Think how bad it looks to see otherwise reasonable people defending neo-Nazis out of a feeling of political obligation.


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posted on Jan, 31 2018 @ 03:42 PM
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Did you miss the speech your POTUS made last night? He got up there and called for unity. He called for teamwork. And here you are, not twenty four hours later, calling for what? More hatred and division...the precise opposite of what he is trying to accomplish.

You want to lash out with vitriol and mockery? Awesome. Lash out at the actual people who were there, showing their true colors to the world last night...not their entire political party. There are members of both parties here, and those like myself who stand as Americans, representative of no party. And I for one am sick to death of seeing behavior like this, from people who deign to call themselves Americans, too.

You are no better than anyone else here. None of us are. Yet you've taken up the old, tired banner of partisan rhetoric in the wake of your president's words as if you think somehow you are. If you think he would stand in support of what you are doing, think again.

None of this is necessary anymore. They've lost. And they know it. Attacking an entire group of people because of the actions of a few doesn't drive that point home any deeper. It simply makes you look like a sore winner who ignored everything the POTUS was saying in favor of scoring more dirty points in the pissing contest. Enough already.



posted on Jan, 31 2018 @ 03:50 PM
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You think Democrats look bad because Kim Jong Un said something about racism?


I had a chuckle at that. Because that's actually sound reasoning to some people.




posted on Jan, 31 2018 @ 05:02 PM
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BINGO!



posted on Jan, 31 2018 @ 05:38 PM
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Aww, did the Nazi get his feelings hurt when people called him a Nazi?


Dude, seriously, stop watching Fox. Read some balanced middle of the road outlets. The far-right poison is deep in your brain.



posted on Jan, 31 2018 @ 06:08 PM
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originally posted by: Painterz
Aww, did the Nazi get his feelings hurt when people called him a Nazi?


Dude, seriously, stop watching Fox. Read some balanced middle of the road outlets. The far-right poison is deep in your brain.


Dude id be careful if i where you, you might make enemies with the trumpaloompas.


And then they will call you awful names.



posted on Feb, 1 2018 @ 05:46 AM
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First of all, you have this a little bit backwards.

North Korea will, of course, steal material from GENUINE socialist movements, it has to. Its entire propaganda departments success relies on their insistence on referring to themselves as the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea, DESPITE the fact that much of its internal policy is not in the least bit democratic. There are no free and fair elections, its a tinpot dictatorship at best, which is not a democratic methodology. In fact, many of the worst aspects of North Korea have to do with its LACK of democratic ideal and principle, not a result of too much of these things, but instead far too little of them.

The name the countries leaders chose for it post separation from the rest of Korea, do not reflect its internal workings at all, what with those internal operations being far more familiar to a fascism (which, as you must know by now, is anathema to all socialist and democratic ideals of note or worthy of praise). The Nazis did the same thing, its a common thread amongst fascisms to dress themselves up as something they are not. The Nazi party actually killed more socialists than it aided, having used their resources of man power and technical expertise in organising labour movements, then cast them aside to continue their eugenicist nightmare policies.

Again, these are not the habits or mechanisms which one can accurately or fairly attribute to democratic thinking, regardless of the words used by "journalists" from the DPRK.

Also, it has to be said that if you saw these comments out of context, and knew not who had specifically uttered them, there is an awful lot to agree with. In fact, that is how effective propaganda is SUPPOSED to work (i.e. not in the Trump way, where he says things that are fundamentally appalling, and people just fall over themselves to jam their noses closer to his colon). This example of propaganda is very slick, because the statement is accurate. However, the fact that DPRK government (the people who wrote this statement in all likelihood, the people in control of state media concerns) is the issuer of these statements, does not detract from their truth. All it means is that the issuers are hypocrites, and meant only to put another layer on the pointless veneer of legitimacy that their government likes to think it is viewed through.

Let me be clear, the government of the DPRK is flawed, evil and needs (by the action of its citizens, and by no other means) to be dealt with, STERNLY.

Comparing the DPRK government, with people who, on balance, have left wing views about things and want to spend less on murdering people, and more on healing the sick in their own country, less on controlling foreign resources, and more on protecting the environment that we all live in, less on corporate shenanigans, and more on publicly financed and forward thinking projects, is just like comparing lead to water. It does not function, beyond a shallow and thoughtless "Hurr durr, Democrats...DPRK...hurr duurrr, what's the D stand for, suckers!", an observation which, to clarify, has no value to it whatsoever.



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