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Black Flame Studios Jun 30
It's never okay to initiate violence on nonviolent people, regardless of if you like them or not. Otherwise you could flip it and say "it's always ok to punch a commie" and that'd be a valid viewpoint.
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Replying to @jhar226 @FlippyNW and 2 others
Nazism is inherently violent.
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Black Flame Studios Jul 1
And if they start committing violent acts, you let the police deal with them accordingly, as they do with violent people. If you decide to punch them, you become the aggressor, and make the Neo Nazi cosplayers think they're just because they're being martyred by the "evil side".
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Replying to @jhar226 @FlippyNW and 2 others
You have a lot of misplaced faith in the justice system.
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Black Flame Studios Jul 1
Police commit many crimes and are an issue. But that doesn't mean they're so inept they're going to be okay with people committing violence (who aren't police). But then again...you're reposting things about "acceptable violence", so...y'know. Not really the type for reason.
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Replying to @jhar226 @FlippyNW and 2 others
Pacifists are naive as hell and tend not to be history buffs.
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Black Flame Studios Jul 2
Neither are people who think it's a good idea to act like thugs, like the very people they're trying to oppose. Unfortunately for you, I'm pretty decent when it comes to tying things to history. And...sorry bud but Antifa has more in common with the rise of Nazis than the "Nazis"
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Replying to @jhar226 @FlippyNW and 2 others
"I'm pretty good when it comes to time things to history" *chooses the wrong side of rising fascism*
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Black Flame Studios Jul 6
I wasn't aware supporting what are essentially domestic terrorists attacking innocent people was the "wrong side of rising facism".
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Replying to @jhar226 @FlippyNW and 2 others
When you equate antifascism with fascism, you're telling everyone that your only/biggest problem with fascism is that it's too rowdy. It's quite a disclosure of the person making this false equivalence and I don't think it's the winning argument you're looking for.
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Black Flame Studios Jul 6
If that was the argument I was making, you'd be right...but I wasn't. At all. My argument is, in short: both groups are shitty because both use violence to get their point across, and are thugs. I don't like either group.
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Replying to @jhar226 @FlippyNW and 2 others
And my argument is that if you can't tell the difference between fascists attacking communities and those communities defending themselves, that your sympathies start to become a little clearer.
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Black Flame Studios Jul 6
"Fascists" are not attacking communities. Protests =/= attacking. Otherwise, according to you, Martin Luther King Jr's protests would be attacking, and the police were the "communities defending themselves". Seriously, is this really that hard to understand?
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Black Flame Studios Jul 6
Add to that, that Antifa has taken to assaulting innocent people. This most recent one in the post, and the Berkley protest with the Bikelock man. The bikelock especially was against an innocent third party trying to prevent the fighting, and he was earlier beating an old man.
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Replying to @jhar226 @FlippyNW and 2 others
Bikelock incident I know of was a violent Nazi getting clocked. But even if you're talking about another event, it's weird that you think I have to answer to any case of an individual behaving badly. This never seems to go both ways and only seems to apply to leftist activism.
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Black Flame Studios Jul 8
This "Nazi"? It does very much go both ways. But at the moment, I'm not talking about the "other side". And, I don't want you to answer for an individual. I want you to realize this is the image Antifa has in the public outside of the radical left.
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Replying to @jhar226 @FlippyNW and 2 others
Yes, that nazi. He's a multi-felon member of RAM, an openly neo-nazi org. He initiated the attack when he pushed a dumpster into a crowd of protesters. Also, we don't care how fascist sympathizers perceive our image. Thank you for proving my point. This will be my last response.
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Black Flame Studios Jul 8
Glad to know you're okay with assault with a deadly weapon based on 'facts' which based on a search, you really can't substantiate. I don't see anything about Sean Stiles being attached to any Neo Nazi group. Especially considering his name is publicized. ♥️
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Replying to @jhar226 @FlippyNW and 2 others
Then learn what the Rise Above Movement is and educate yourself.
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Black Flame Studios
Again, just looked it up. There's no correlation between him and the organization. The exception is a blog. Not a news source. A blog. Which is susceptible to falsification and taking things out of context. Find me proof outside it. But hey, I thought you were done arguing...
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