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Re: How to act in self defense - concealed carry saves the day

On 02/01/2017 11:14 PM, James A. Donald wrote:
> James A. Donald asked a stupid question:
>>> why the brass knuckles and the many-on-one odds?
> On 2/2/2017 12:30 PM, Razer wrote:
>> any way you kill a
>> nazi is a good way. They think people they target are subhuman. So they
>> earn subhuman treatment from the people they target.
> This would be a more convincing answer if:
> 1.  I had ever seen progs attack without many to one odds in their
> favor, or without hitting and running.
> 2.  If all Putin supporters and Trump supporters were not deemed nazis
> and fascists.
> 3.  If the world was not full of conspicuously subhuman people
> artificially designated by the state as human, which people are allowed
> to cause problems for the real humans.
> 4.  If whenever subhumans harass humans, as for example Pussy Riot
> desecrating a Cathedral, leftists did not react as that adding to
> leftist status and reducing the status of regular humans.
> My point being that you depict leftists as strong and powerful, and
> everyone else as weak and vulnerable, but leftists in action do not in
> actual practice act as if they feel themselves to be strong
> individually.   Rather they adopt the female strategy of whining and
> weeping a lot and claiming to be victimized.
> During the Occupy protests, an Occupy mob descended upon a Koch event.
> One of the Koch brothers came out with three rentacops, (I don't recall
> exactly how many, but it was three or so) facing perhaps something like
> a hundred protesters, and forced them back. Protesters called for police
> to intervene in favor of the protesters against the Koch brother and his
> horribly brutal rentacops.
> Leftists identify with subhumans, supposedly because they care so deeply
> about far away people they have never met, but they identify primarily
> when subhumans do bad things to regular humans.

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