Author Topic: Sign this petition to declare ANTIFA a terrorist organization  (Read 11875 times)

The thread doesn't even have 1000 views, so no, it hasn't. And if you think that every single person who views the thread is going to sign then I have a bridge to sell you

The views of the thread is irrelevant because anyone can share the link to people who would never open the thread. The signature per hour of this petition was just about 1 or 2 but ever since this morning it's been at least 30 or 40.


The views of the thread is irrelevant because anyone can share the link to people who would never open the thread. The signature per hour of this petition was just about 1 or 2 but ever since this morning it's been at least 30 or 40.
correlation does not equal causation

correlation does not equal causation

it's the only logical explanation other than a coincedance

it isn't even a logical explanation
i would bet a million dollars that this forum couldn't notify 1000 people of anything in 10 hours

it isn't even a logical explanation
i would bet a million dollars that this forum couldn't notify 1000 people of anything in 10 hours

It is because the petition hit 70k 2 MONTHS ago. Yet ever since this thread has been up it's gone up almost a thousand signatures in one day, and from then and now there have been over 60 days.

this thread has 714 views you loving nut. that includes people who've opened it multiple times too

Lmao c'mon

Are you actually asserting that the Left and the Democratic Party was not the party of slavery?

Stephen A. Douglas, Democratic senator and orator, drafted the Kansas-Nebraska act to create the opportunity to allow slavery through popular sovereignty in previously restricted territory.

In the 38th United States Congress, the passage of the 13th Amendment to the Constitution was inhibited, as "the vote split largely along party lines, with Republicans supporting and Democrats opposing."

"The Republican party began as a coalition of anti-slavery "Conscience Whigs" and Free Soil Democrats opposed to the Kansas–Nebraska Act, submitted to Congress by Stephen Douglas in January 1854."

It didn't stop after the civil war, either. They continued to pass laws stripping rights from the Freedmen in areas which they controlled.

Jim Crow Laws were formed by the Democratic Party used paramilitary groups to drive the black freedmen and Republican legislators that were protecting them out. "These Southern, white, Democratic Redeemer governments legislated Jim Crow laws, officially segregating black people from the white population"

The Democrats also formed many paramilitary groups and carried out countless atrocities, the most notable of such groups being the Ku Klux Klan, but that goes without saying, most people likely know that. The Colfax Massacre is one such example of an atrocity committed by Democrat paramilitary groups.

They literally ran on the platform of being the White Man's party, for forgets sake.

You can't be delusional enough to insinuate that the Democratic Party does not have historically tribal roots, while the Republican Party was not formed to free and protect the rights of the former slaves. If you honestly believe that, I really don't know what else to say, because you must be denser than a black hole and about as bright if you can't see the countless pieces of historical evidence which contradict your point.
« Last Edit: April 16, 2017, 09:51:01 PM by Cappytaino »

this thread has 714 views you loving nut. that includes people who've opened it multiple times too

Again, there are a number of people who were given the link who never opened this thread because people obviously shared the link to the petition itself not the link to the thread.

cappy all the views of the right and left have swapped in the past 100 years
of course not all right dudes are national socialists but where do you think the confederates would align themselves with in modern day

cappy all the views of the right and left have swapped in the past 100 years
of course not all right dudes are national socialists but where do you think the confederates would align themselves with in modern day
You can't be delusional enough to insinuate that the Democratic Party does not have historically tribal roots, while the Republican Party was not formed to free and protect the rights of the former slaves. If you honestly believe that, I really don't know what else to say, because you must be denser than a black hole and about as bright if you can't see the countless pieces of historical evidence which contradict your point.

The views of the thread is irrelevant because anyone can share the link to people who would never open the thread. The signature per hour of this petition was just about 1 or 2 but ever since this morning it's been at least 30 or 40.
If you think even a tenth of the people who view the thread sign the petition then I have a bridge to sell you.
If you think even a tenth of those people share it to 1 other person tops, then I have a bridge to sell you.
If you think even a tenth of the people who had it shared to them signed it, then I have a bridge to sell you.

We might have gotten it like 100 signatures, tops.

they're​ pointing out the fact that there was a major political ideology shift for the republican and democratic party. the idea that modern republicans are primarily concerned with equality is laughable.

If you think even a tenth of the people who view the thread sign the petition then I have a bridge to sell you.
If you think even a tenth of those people share it to 1 other person tops, then I have a bridge to sell you.
If you think even a tenth of the people who had it shared to them signed it, then I have a bridge to sell you.

We might have gotten it like 100 signatures, tops.

Then why has the signature rate increased exponentially coincedentaly since the beginning of this thread? I have been sitting here refreshing it watching the amount of needed signatures dwindle ever since 11am.

cappy all the views of the right and left have swapped in the past 100 years
of course not all right dudes are national socialists but where do you think the confederates would align themselves with in modern day
The National Socialist party exemplified many values that actually are much better aligned with the modern left than the right wing.

If you look here, you'll see many of their policies can be considered to be fairly "centrist" but there are also many which align with values espoused by modern liberals. Some key examples are:
  • Expansion of worker's pensions
  • Nationalization of Industry
  • Seizure and redistribution of wealth and property, particularly that of corporations
  • Formation of a large central government to enforce said nationalization and seizure of industry and capital
  • Forbidding the charging or earning of interest (referred to here as "debt slavery")
  • Providing work and livelihood for citizens is the responsibility of the State
  • Their motto of "The common good before the individual good"

While they did have some weird immigration policy, I don't see why people associate national socialists with the right wing. Neo-national socialists are scum and are in no way representative of conservative values, as national socialistsm at its core isn't a right wing ideology if you examine the platform of the NSDAP.

they're​ pointing out the fact that there was a major political ideology shift for the republican and democratic party. the idea that modern republicans are primarily concerned with equality is laughable.
Modern conservatism is about equality of opportunity, not equality of outcome. Conservatives stand for equality, but it isn't the same kind as Progressives want.