Discussion in 'Off Topic Area' started by Pretty In Pink, May 31, 2020.
I had a feeling that photo was ripe for an epic meme run. This one is my favorite so far.
Yeah. Necronomicon wins it for me.
I know there are people who support him, but after he approved teargassing people at a church for a photo opportunity, I fail to see how?
I know many Americans who don't support him, I'm just curious to hear from those that do and are happy to defend his actions.
I know a forum that has a lot of supporters, I could send you a link and you could see for yourself.
'He wears the armor of God': evangelicals hail Trump's church photo op
Hard to argue with that logic...
I remember watching a documentary on the BBC about his supporters when he was first elected (yes it's the BBC and bias as hell ) what shocked me wasn't true red neck hillbillies who thought he was the second coming, but the soccer mums in middle America who thought he was,
I remember thinking then he can do anything, abuse women, be blackmailed by the Russians, lie cheat and steal and wreck the constitution and they will still vote for him. And it's been proved right you can even add in be responsible for thousands of unnecessary deaths and his supporters won't waver.
Whether it's poor education standards, brainwashing by right wing religious programming, or by CNN and Hollywood, or what I don't know but they see him as the second coming and nothing will change that view,
You've misspelt "insane logical fallacies"
We have a similar problem in the UK, Brexit became a rallying cry for a large swaith of people who wanted change but didn't want to except it was our own fault why society is structured the way it is, and then Boris's (or Alexander to give him his actual name) alternative was rightly or wrongly (I'd say 70 to 80% wrongly myself) ridiculed in the press, and we end up where we are, 60 thousand excess deaths and counting, and about to have a hard Brexit with no trade deals signed.
Anti-fascists linked to zero murders in the US in 25 years
Well isn't that an interesting read.
"broadly, the database lists 21 victims killed in leftwing attacks since 2010 , and 117 victims of rightwing attacks in that same period – nearly six times as much. Attacks inspired by the Islamic State and similar jihadist groups, in contrast, killed 95 people since 2010, slightly fewer than rightwing extremists, according to the data set. More than half of these victims died in a a single attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, in 2016."
Brexit seemed like a group of people entirely misunderstanding where power was located in this country - it was our governemnt that allowed immigration from much of eastern and central europe before even Germany - if your going to be annoyed with anyone about immigration, it should be with our own government.
It's our employers that dont give workers a fair wage and will happily undercut with cheaper (often illegally lower paid) immigrant labour.
All this anger at "others" is misplaced, its the systems closer to home that are the problem for many.
Fourteen years isn't that long a time, is it?
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