Republicans Curious as to the board's degree of belief in QAnon

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  1. LSUpride123

    LSUpride123 Let's have a drink.

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    You are right. No comparison on the damage and destruction. ANTIFA is clearly ahead in this regard. Agreed.


    And by your metrics you provided, MORE democrats know about Q than those on the right.

    So, what is your point?
     
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  2. TigersofGeauxld

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    Place the blame where it belongs. Trump's rabid supporters, not antifa, stormed the Capitol.
    https://www.usatoday.com/story/opin...-black-lives-matter-waged-war-u-s/6624919002/
    Ok now lets talk about who participates in Q...those on the right, or those on the left.
    The Associated Press also found that the rioters were overwhelmingly made up of longtime Trump supporters, including Republican Party officials, GOP political donors, far-right militants, white supremacists, off-duty police and members of the military and those who subscribe to QAnon theories. The AP reviewed social media posts, voter registrations, court files and other public records for more than 120 people either facing criminal charges related to the unrest or who were later identified through photographs and videos taken during the melee.
    https://www.usatoday.com/story/opin...-black-lives-matter-waged-war-u-s/6624919002/
     
  3. Jmg

    Jmg Veteran Member

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    to be fair he was referencing who brings it up not who has heard if it.

    you brought it up. are you a liberal? might be another datapoint in his favor
     
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  4. Jmg

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    we certainly could call those soldiers anti-fascist, along with 99% of all americans, including trump.

    the modern antifa group is anti-fascist like the peoples republic of china is for the people. or the democratic peope's republic of north korea is democratic.

    the wise man ignores what people call themselves in favor of what they actually stand for. modern antifa is in fact pro-fascist. because there is no real difference between left and right wing authoritarianism. its just totalitarianism masquerading under different words.

    modern american antifa is in fact explicitly authoritarian. if they had their way it would kill hundreds of millions.
     
  5. LSUpride123

    LSUpride123 Let's have a drink.

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    I dont care how many participate. Its fractions of the population. Energy is better spent on things that matter.
     
  6. TigersofGeauxld

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    The Internet is awash with articles about how “antifa are the real fascists,” as the Spectator’s Toby Young put it, or the “brownshirts” of the Democratic Party, in radio host Michael Savage’s words. After Charlottesville, Trump called antifascists the “alt-left,” a term that did not stick. These portrayals are often supported by references to antifascists’ disruption of the events of their (far-right) political opponents — a strategy famously deployed by fascists.

    ndeed, antifascists and fascists have one thing in common: an illiberal disdain for the confines of mainstream politics. In every other way they are worlds apart. As opposed to their far-right adversaries, antifascists are feminist, anti-racist, anti-capitalists who seek to abolish prisons and police. Comparing antifascists to fascists only makes a bit of sense if one divorces the tactics from the underlying views that animate them. Such comparisons stem from the misguided horseshoe theory: that ultimately political extremes meet. But fascists are the real fascists because they pursue a fascist political agenda.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/outl...7071ac-f37b-11ea-bc45-e5d48ab44b9f_story.html
     
  7. Jmg

    Jmg Veteran Member

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    antifa is like if you had a group of bros that went everywhere without wearin shirts and they yelling how they definitely are heterosexual and they called themselves the "definitely straight we like women only for sure guys". lifting weights and celebrating how straight they are at broadway shows

    the name tells you exactly what they are not
     
  8. Jmg

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    horseshoe theory is not misguided, its perfectly guided
     
  9. Jmg

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    so do the antifascists.

    the far right is is also mostly anti-racist. only the tiny extremes are racist. and they are are feminist too if you mean the good kind of feminism where women get rights. not where we have to have equal numbers of women working as NFL coaches and nasa engineers or whatever.

    you are right, antifa is anti-capitalist. thats becuase they want authoritarian control of the economy. which of course means terrible abuse of everyone but the connected, and violent repression of the person who wants to be free to work for himself and his family.
     
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  10. TigersofGeauxld

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    That's got to be a troll. There's no way anyone could really believe that.

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