If ANTIFA and BLM are considered domestic terrorist groups then what is the KKK considered?

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by 292992, Jun 9, 2020.

  1. 292992

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    What’s happening now in the country will become “ancient history” one day, it won’t exempt that it didn’t happen now will it? It was a simple question that I asked what’s the difference in all three, but I see sensitivity is setting in.
     
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    It’s a serious question I can assure you, I don’t have a good sense of humor so I don’t joke around often.
     

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    I doubt there’s only 7 remaining but hey I could be wrong.
     
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    March 3, 2020. Hmm...
     
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    Well, since all three are Democrats, maybe you have a point.
     
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    It was serious question, don’t know why everyone got so bent out of shape, it’s a fact that all 3 have and will continue to do dumb s*** to cause division in the country, this “precious” country that we love to hate.
     
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    cyberghostx13 USMC "The Few The Proud"

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    Besides we can't have any uppity white privilege, tain't fair.
     
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    cyberghostx13 USMC "The Few The Proud"

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    The only thing "WE" all do is die, so there isn't any "WE" in this country lessen you define the group you are talking about.
     
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    rock_castle Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness

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    Non existant?
     
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    In all seriousness it is so very few they are not even relevant today.

    A few thousand at most is the current estimate, except that most organizations today are not KKK, but hybrid groups that may or may not adopt some features of dress, org structure and ideology.

    Meaning, there is no actual KKK anymore. At best a few ignorant people that attempt to emulate their dress and antics.

    I can hang a sign over my garage that says “Studebaker Co.” but that doesn’t mean I am the real Studebaker car company. I could even wear some coveralls with Studebaker Co. screen printed on them and obtain some of their old personnel policy manuals and begin rebuilding old cars according to their original specs........but I’m still not the real Studebaker Bros. Manufacturing Co.
     
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    Is that true? What has the KKK done during this spate of rioting?
     
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    The KKK have been called terrorists nearly as long as we've used the word "terrorist" and repeatedly prosecuted and sued as organized crime. I just want to see the communists get the same treatment. Heck, Congress passed a special law just for prosecuting the KKK in 1871. BLM and Antifa aren't even remotely being threatened with the treatment the KKK has already received: https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/ku-klux-act-passed-by-congress ("Republicans organized militia units to break up the Klan. In 1871, passage of the Ku Klux Act led to nine South Carolina counties being placed under martial law and thousands of arrests.")

    As far as putting them on a list as designated terrorists, there is no such list, so none of the three will be on it.
     
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    Your question was answered numerous times in the thread. The hostility that you detect is due to the fact that it was a silly question of the sort posed by the typical election-year trolls that we get around here from March until the end of October. If you are a logical person, then you know that the KKK is a has-been group that poses little or no threat whatsoever to the republic, whereas the other two groups are grave and imminent threats to the republic.

    The occasional oddball who makes some sort of claim to be a thing and then goes out and makes the news is not a grave concern. Many thousands of people acting simultaneously who are hell-bent on destroying the very fabric of the country and on burning our civilization to the ground in our present time are a grave concern, particularly when they are embraced by one of two major political parties in power and are financially locked in with that same party (see the thread about the connection between the racist BLM group and the DNC).
     
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    Maybe the Democrat party should be considered terrorist and possibly every politician. They might not physically terrorize but they assault our rights continuously. I would also wager that all of the funding for BLM and Antifa comes from democrats.
     
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    “WE” as in citizens, “WE” as in we enjoy the freedom of this country, “WE” as in if this country try to take our rights “WE” in turn will tell this country to kiss our as. So yes I meant what I said when I said “WE”.
     
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    'Ol Grandad Director of civil unrest

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    If you do some checking, you'll find that there's a funny little trick that the left and any attention seeking liberals like to use, it's called committing crimes in the guise of a previously evil white organization to stir the pot.
    Is there something in particular that's got you upset with the KKK?
     
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    Maybe they should? Absolutely they should, I’m not against that idea.
     
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    I could have sworn I said I dislike all 3, which means I get upset with all 3.
     
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    As I read through your posts, it's not hard to understand. You seem more like a left-wing BLM/Antifa communist looking to start a fight with people who don't like them, than like a person wanting all terrorists treated like terrorists.

    That you start off by implying that the KKK is somehow getting a break is absolutely ridiculous - "hey, why aren't they treating the group that the government has spent 150 years destroying, to the point where it effectively no longer exists, as bad as they are treating these 2 left-wing groups . . . you know, the ones that government officials are cheering and kneeling before.":upeyes:
     
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    The KKK has not been a political force in this country since the late 1960s..they had a brief fling with the American Nazi Party but it really hasn't worked out well.