stinky wrote:Turpitz wrote:When they mention "anti-gun" you can be assured that what they really mean is: Goy-anti-gun.
Unsurprisingly, it looks that way.
Unless you are a self-hating, white cheerleader for #BLM, you are a "white supremacist".
And they are coming for your guns, because;Lamprecht wrote:https://www.congress.gov/116/bills/s894 ... s894is.xml
Congress finds the following:
(1) White supremacists and other far-right-wing extremists are the most significant domestic terrorism threat facing the United States.
The term White Supremacist is deliberately misleading the audience, as it implies that Whites would like to establish some rulership over non-Whites. There is not a single group that seriously advocates that.
In that light what would a "far right wing extremist" be?
As I recall it, there are sporadic attacks of violence that could be seen as terrorist in the US. The group that actually promoted and performed this most was BLM and ANTIFA. Now one is not looking at "lone wolfs" here, who usually try to maximise violence in a single incident.
Both BLM and Antifa definitely have collective strategies of inducing fear (terror) in those they perceive as their (potential) opponents. It's actually more of low intensity violence including threats thereof on a very broad front. This starts with doxxing, boycotting, cancel culture and goes over to riots with looting, arson and occasional murders. There is no equivalent of this outside the far-left spectrum of politics in the US and to my knowledge nowhere else on planet right now.
Given that the Biden/Harris campaign did cooperate with and benefit from this intimidation campaign one can imagine what kind of "online hate/harassment" they try to suppress. Anyone that is annoyed by this campaign and dares to talk back against it. While this is disgusting one only hopes that counterleftists will use their words more wisely. Which may have the benefit that arguments appeal to a broader audience.