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TakenusernameA 57 points ago +57 / -0

A media that sides with the invaders over the citizens is enemy propaganda. America is a nation occupied by her enemies.

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PostyMcGee 41 points ago +41 / -0

Invaders is the word. Not refugees or migrants. Can't let them keep conditioning us with their twisted language.

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ThrowawyASAP 18 points ago +18 / -0

Oy vey cool it with the anti-semitism goyim!

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CptLightning 10 points ago +10 / -0

Nonono, it's the women and Christians fault purely of course

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asdfman2000 9 points ago +9 / -0

I mean, women overwhelmingly vote for this shit. The only group that votes against it are white men.

Not trying to channel TheImpossible1, but even a broken clock is right twice a day.

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Sundog_ 4 points ago +4 / -0

Women are not equal to men. What part of civilization did women build? What major scientific accomplishments have women made? What is an area in any profession, discipline, etc. where men and women compete on equal footing? Women can't even play StarCraft against men competitively.

That's not to say women are bad or less than. They're just different and are better at different things. They're caregivers and nurturers - an essential function. Just like men being protectors and providere is an essential function. Confusing women with propaganda and nonsense and then allowing them to vote for people that champion this nonsense (but most certainly don't believe it) to manipulate a voter base is just (((evil))) at work.

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Grumman 34 points ago +34 / -0

Not one Afghan Muslim should be granted asylum, ever. If anyone deserves asylum it's the Afghan Christians, and 85% of Afghan Muslims think they should be hunted down and killed. So even if you do give a shit about refugees, the only reason why we have refuge to offer is because of who isn't here.

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SupremeReader 3 points ago +4 / -1

I dont know if honor means anything to you, but you have a debt of honor to the individual you promised things when you asked them to work with you (and when many of them died while saving your lives).

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current_horror 5 points ago +5 / -0

I didn't promise them shit. A government that continually writes checks on my behalf, against my wishes and to the absolute detriment of my nation, is not a legitimate government. This goes double when it becomes clear that those detriments are actually the goals. Being forced to uphold their promises is not "honor".

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SupremeReader -1 points ago +1 / -2

"You" here is your nation, via your government (and your military). It's a question of honor in relation to the very specific people who were ready risk everything, or even to kill for that matter, in exchange for your promises. Also future credibility, or lack thereof.

It's not about random people who just pushed their way into aircraft (which is great most of them). What to do with them? Perhaps send them to Tajikistan, which is anti-Taliban and maybe could settle them in the border areas among local Tajiks and make a loyalist militia out of them (could also come handy in dealing against domestic Islamists, as Saddam did with his use of Iranian refugees). You can retain people of your choice among them. For one example, trained Blackhawk pilots who escaped to Uzbekistan. Afghan glow agencies personnel for their knowledge of the "new Afghan partners" - and for their knowledge of you. And so on.

Also send back just all the Haitians. You don't owe them shit, it's only you who periodically go there to fix their own various issues out of your goodwill. You also have zero use of them whatsoever. Every one of them, by ships, so they stop coming.

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Ricwulf 32 points ago +33 / -1

Here's a better one: I don't care about -isms anymore.

A black guy gets lynched, what's the injustice, that it happened because he was black, or that someone was murdered by a mob?

Injustice stands on its own, not because of idpol bullshit. I don't care if someone is targeted because of some trait, I care because there was an injustice. And the more people push something as part of idpol, the less I care about the injustice because it's clear they don't care about the injustice.

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Killroyomega 4 points ago +7 / -3

Mob justice is often real justice.

Why wait for the state to spend hundreds of thousands of your dollars to prosecute a child rapist, and then spend millions more housing him for 30 years, when you've got a bullet and a shovel in your garage?

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Ricwulf 2 points ago +2 / -0

I disagree with mob justice for the same reason I disagree with the current justice system. It's speed does not alleviate its inaccuracy. I don't care for the false accusations people face. I don't care for thugs regardless of if they're a mob of the public or if they're an officer trying to simply close a case to look good on his record.

Speed is not my issue, accuracy is. I'd rather a hundred guilty men walk free than an innocent suffer injustice by absolutist policies looking to get a speedy result. Even in the cases where it isn't a cop just trying to close a case, the rate of false convictions is ridiculously high and no indicator that justice can be sped up.

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Killroyomega -1 points ago +1 / -2

You're mistaking mob justice as corrupt state justice.

There's a very major difference between the two.

Mob justice is just a town taking care of its own problems. Did you know that in ye olde days an American town would have a single appointed, by the town, sheriff who would deputize townsfolk in order to tackle what little crime occurred? That was mob justice and it worked.

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Ricwulf 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm not mistaking anything. I'm equating. They are two very different things with the same fundamental problem that is a lack of accountability, assurance and most importantly accuracy.

And that isn't mob justice, that's localised justice systems. Mob justice shares more in common with vigilante justice before you get to the system you proposed.

I'm not even against your system (so long as it had an assurance for accountability in both the group and the individual level), but it's not mob justice and it's a mislabelling to use the term.

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Unknownsailor 31 points ago +31 / -0

I heard today that a pack of 7 Afghanistanis on Ft Bliss tried to gang rape a female Army private walking back from the base exchange.

I don't use the word refugee or migrant any more. They are invaders, all of them, until proven otherwise.

They all have to go back.

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throwawayaccount2037 9 points ago +9 / -0

You said they "tried"... what happened? Did she shoot at them or were there some actual chads around to run them off?

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MassivePecorino 5 points ago +5 / -0

Most military bases don't allow servicemen to be armed. Even after, you know, Ft. Hood... and the one in Pennsylvania... and Pensacola... This being Ft. Bliss, and her being in the enlisted area, I'm willing to bet a group of good ol' boys with stripes and rockers on their sleeves gave the offending hajjis some... close and sustained instruction on how to behave.

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Killroyomega 6 points ago +7 / -1

The high command doesn't allow regular troops to be armed for a few reasons:

  1. There's a very high risk that enlisted troops will kill themselves at night when they realize their entire life is a lie

  2. If they don't kill themselves, they'll kill their officers

And

  1. Regular troops are not allowed any semblance of autonomy.

I will never understand why people "support our troops." It's a giant death cult that hates you. There is no honor to be gained in the military and there hasn't been since WW1.

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Unknownsailor 1 point ago +1 / -0

The DoD instruction that governs armed sentries on bases was revised at the urging of the commission that looked into the Ft Hood shooting. The new instruction allows O-5 and above commanders to grant concealed carry permission to subordinates on a case by case basis, and for a limited time.

That being said, we all know how anal retentive officers are when it comes to personal firearms. AFAIK, no one has actually utilized that provision of the new instruction and actually granted carry permission to any soldiers, sailors, airmen, or Marines.

I got my state CCW permit in 2002, and have had it all the way through to my retirement in 2014, and still have it today. I also took personal leave time, and spent my own money, to go to Gunsite, and Thunder Ranch, plus taking a whole bunch of other classes with people like Chris Costa, Steve Fisher, and dearly departed Pat Rogers.

Right before I retired I could document over 140 hours of formal instruction on the use of handguns alone, and nearly as much documented time on rifles. That is almost 4 times the formal instruction on handguns given at the state law enforcement academy. That is more formal instruction than given to NCIS or Army CID agents, both of whom can carry on any base, any time they want.

Yet I had to commute back and forth to work totally disarmed.

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Unknownsailor 3 points ago +3 / -0

Story is she fought them off and ran into a barracks to get the attention of the NCO then standing charge of quarters watch therein. The 7 Afghanis were caught in base housing, still roaming around.

Apparently the Incident Report is floating around the internet, somewhere... I read about it here:

https://www.bigcountryexpat.com/good-job-and-expect-mor/

Link found, on instagram, a picture of the report via cell phone camera:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CUDPzPELaa0/

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throwawayaccount2037 1 point ago +1 / -0

Awesome, thanks for the info.

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Steampunk_Moustache 17 points ago +17 / -0

Western nations should take the same number of refugees as Japan.

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Frankie_Houmous 8 points ago +8 / -0

They should take the square root of zero.

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notmyrealalias 15 points ago +15 / -0

I'm old enough to remember the 90s when multiculturalism was all the rage in Australia. A prominent feminist lecturer from Melbourne went on the news outraged, and screaming about racism because some Muslims were given long prison sentences for kidnapping and gang raping girls.

The media was on her side back then, they've always been shitheads.

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BulbasaurusThe7th 5 points ago +5 / -0

I hate feminism and feminists. I extra hate ones like that, who claim to be aaaaaall for women, except they get wet at the thought of Muslim rapists.

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ernsithe 14 points ago +14 / -0

I feel bad for the kids who are getting dragged along and used as tools by adults. I still don't think my country should let any in, but I do understand that it must be an awful life to lead.

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Tourgen 13 points ago +13 / -0

You don’t have to apologize. Fuck them they can go back to their shithole and fix their own problems instead of running away from them. We are not the worlds parents

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SnakePlisken1776 9 points ago +9 / -0

I want to see the freak out when someone purposes a vaccine to collect food stamps or get section 8 housing.

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Amren977 8 points ago +8 / -0

lol neither does the left. Right leaning and voting cubans that make it here are booted right back out. It's all just a scheme to get more votes for the left.

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Zerotwoua 5 points ago +5 / -0

Thank you! I am in the same boat as you. If they are wanting to mandate us to get vaccinated, then why in the hell can't they get the migrants or "refugees" vaccinated.

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Sundog_ 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'll do you one better, I hate them and want them gone. Load up the boats and send them back to where they came from. Haitians could never become Western if their life depended on it. I want to be around white people, live in a white country with white values. And this comes from someone that was calling out people on racism just a couple of years ago. I finally woke up. We are different. Very different. And you better wrap your head around that fact because they HATE us.

https://files.catbox.moe/aya340.jpeg

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user20461 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's a pretty controversial opinion to have around here. Good thing you apologized in advance.

/s

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yamez 2 points ago +3 / -1

what horse reigns? It's a lasso--that's what you use to apprehend things from horseback. Would they be so much happier with excessive taser use? Lasso's are considerably safer than just about anything other method of capture.

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Vegi 1 point ago +1 / -0

I actually dont mind if they whip the migrants. Anything to keep them out.

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MargarineMongoose 0 points ago +1 / -1

People crossing our borders without our explicit permission should be shot dead on sight and without remorse.

Change my mind.

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DomitiusOfMassilia [M] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Comment Reported for: Rule 2 - Violent Speech

Comment Approved: It's an extreme policy position, but a policy position.

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MargarineMongoose 1 point ago +1 / -0

Repelling invasion should not be a controversial position, yet here we are.

Thanks Dom.

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DomitiusOfMassilia [M] 0 points ago +1 / -1

The issue is about how you framed it. I see it as death penalty advocacy.

If you had said some demographic of people should be executed on entry because of some innate inferiority about them, that's an issue with Rule 16.

If you had said that you would execute anyone who crosses the border, that's an issue with Rule 2.

But if you're saying that the government should execute everyone who crosses the border, simply as a matter of policy because you are an isolationist, then that's your immigration policy stance.

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ScutFarkus -70 points ago +1 / -71

When people say that the right attracts self centered narcissists who lack empathy, I point to examples like this post and agree with them.

The right is losing literally every battle they’re involved in. And it’s their unpopular positions and regressive policies that bear most of the blame.

This website and others like it are the American right’s death rattle. Conservatism in America will be extinguished under the weight of its own decisions.

Reality has a liberal bias. It’s dangerous, albeit amusing, that conservatives have constructed their own version of reality to live in, so enjoy your last opportunities to tell the world how bigoted, hateful and ignorant you are. They are fleeting.

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cartoonericroberts 41 points ago +41 / -0

all the left has is manufactured consent, the mentally ill, and smug NPCs who think they are virtuous for agreeing with whatever the screen people tell them

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ScutFarkus -32 points ago +1 / -33

Oh ok.

So I guess that stuff about the left controlling the MSM, twitter and social media, movies, television and two thirds of the government was bullshit, right?

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cartoonericroberts 20 points ago +20 / -0

the left controlling the MSM, twitter and social media, movies, television

what do you think "screen people" means?

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LauriThorne 14 points ago +14 / -0

He's a leftist.

No, he hasn't noticed that everything's going to shit. Leftists think the economy is doing really well.

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ScutFarkus -29 points ago +2 / -31

beat the shit up

Post flag.

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TentElephant 28 points ago +28 / -0

The pedo is here to lecture us on morality.

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Ricwulf 27 points ago +27 / -0

Ah yes, so we should comprise for the benefit of people that want us dead.

That's why a 90s Democrat was able to run as a Republican on the same values he's always held: because compromising dipshits like yourself trying to win the approval of people who want you dead help shift the Overton window so that todays left becomes tomorrows right.

The only one losing the battle is you.

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JuliasEbola00 22 points ago +22 / -0

Reality has a liberal bias

I haven't seen this idiocy in awhile.