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Firstly, when comparing recent death tolls from political violence perpetrated by the two sides (communist, anarchist, environmental rights and black nationalist groups on the left, with the varied strands of white supremacist and Christian theocratic groups on the right), as well as deaths inflicted by Islamist extremism, the data is quite clear. In the past decade, right-wing domestic extremism claimed 71 percent of deaths, compared with just 3 percent for left-wing extremists, with the remaining 26 percent attributed to Islamist extremism, according the Anti-Defamation League.

 

https://fair.org/home/blaming-both-sides-for-hate-plays-into-hands-of-right-wing-media/


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2 hours ago, Marty Byrde said:

Wonder how many Democrats were gunned down by Democrats in chi town in the last 10 years ?

Chinatown? Even for you, that's a pretty poor level of spelling. Must be all the Trump branded coolaid you have been gulping down lately😀


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"Chi town" stands for Chicago.


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5 hours ago, Póg mo said:

Chinatown? Even for you, that's a pretty poor level of spelling. Must be all the Trump branded coolaid you have been gulping down lately😀

Chi town is a nick name for Chicacgo for about the past 100 years.

 

And Kool Aid ain’t spelled with a “c”, Bubba.  Helps to be accurate when attempting to correct another member.

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I don't condone the violence from either side.  Just to be sure that point is made clear.

 

It seems that the main focus or "measure" of violence is related to deaths rather than the lesser degrees of overall harassment.  And if the stats are correct - then it does appear that the right is better at actually killing their targets rather than merely being disruptive.  I would think that would cause everyone to pause and deeply evaluate the consequences of what that forebodes.  If this all continues to escalate and the Right starts to feel like the Constitution is under attack do such a degree that they are willing to engage in a civil war, who wins?  The disruptive, harassing, rock throwing, less lethal violence but louder screaming Left or the silent, skip the arguing, aim, fire, kill of the Right?

 

Just a thought.

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11 hours ago, Póg mo said:

Chinatown? Even for you, that's a pretty poor level of spelling. Must be all the Trump branded coolaid you have been gulping down lately😀

Your gaffe on this one will go done in history. Chi town  does not equal Chinatown for most that are not esl 

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16 hours ago, Póg mo said:

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Firstly, when comparing recent death tolls from political violence perpetrated by the two sides (communist, anarchist, environmental rights and black nationalist groups on the left, with the varied strands of white supremacist and Christian theocratic groups on the right), as well as deaths inflicted by Islamist extremism, the data is quite clear. In the past decade, right-wing domestic extremism claimed 71 percent of deaths, compared with just 3 percent for left-wing extremists, with the remaining 26 percent attributed to Islamist extremism, according the Anti-Defamation League.

 

https://fair.org/home/blaming-both-sides-for-hate-plays-into-hands-of-right-wing-media/

Ah yes. The radical left leaning ADL. An impeccable source of accurate and unbiased information.


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30 minutes ago, jg121783 said:

Ah yes. The radical left leaning ADL. An impeccable source of accurate and unbiased information.

You're right, glad to see you finally woke up. 

P.s. fair.org is very well researched, and unlike the right wing media they don't rely only on their gut for making decisions. 

P.P.S. I find it laughable that you believe fair.org is radical left, but that just does to show how far right you are, to believe it.


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1 hour ago, Marty Byrde said:

Your gaffe on this one will go done in history. Chi town  does not equal Chinatown for most that are not esl 

I have never heard it referred to as that, but just so we are clear, I my reply was more tongue in cheek, than anything. I figured you had to be talking about Chicago, because what other city would you have been on about? 😀


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6 hours ago, OptimusSpice said:

I don't condone the violence from either side.  Just to be sure that point is made clear.

 

It seems that the main focus or "measure" of violence is related to deaths rather than the lesser degrees of overall harassment.  And if the stats are correct - then it does appear that the right is better at actually killing their targets rather than merely being disruptive.  I would think that would cause everyone to pause and deeply evaluate the consequences of what that forebodes.  If this all continues to escalate and the Right starts to feel like the Constitution is under attack do such a degree that they are willing to engage in a civil war, who wins?  The disruptive, harassing, rock throwing, less lethal violence but louder screaming Left or the silent, skip the arguing, aim, fire, kill of the Right?

 

Just a thought.

I think you should think on it some more, as you have completely missed the arguments outlined in the article I posted. Can't be reading articles from sources not officially endorsed by the right, now can we? 


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15 hours ago, Marty Byrde said:

Wonder how many Democrats were gunned down by Democrats in chi town in the last 10 years ?

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2 hours ago, Póg mo said:

I have never heard it referred to as that, but just so we are clear, I my reply was more tongue in cheek, than anything. I figured you had to be talking about Chicago, because what other city would you have been on about? 😀

When someone grammar flames you and then grammar fails in both replies 

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