This tweet deserves a post of its own

Debate quote:

“Because there is a problem, whether we like it or not — and we could be very politically correct, but whether we like it or not, there is a problem and we have to be sure that Muslims come in and report when they see something going on. When they see hatred going on, they have to report it.” – Donald Trump

Response:

https://twitter.com/BayoumiMoustafa/status/785293447141924865

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More detailed reviews of the second debate:

http://www.vox.com/world/2016/10/9/13222704/trump-debate-islamophobia-muslims

http://www.vox.com/2016/10/9/13222886/second-presidential-debate-clinton-competent

This article is good too:

http://www.vox.com/identities/2016/10/8/13206832/trump-leaked-audio-sexual-assault-rape-gaslighting-abuse

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22 Responses to This tweet deserves a post of its own

  1. Abu Haydar says:

    It’s interesting to me that the Philippine President Duterte has been called the “Trump of Asia”. It is understood that Trump is one major example of what an inferior subhuman is like but what are your thoughts on Duterte?

  2. Aesthicaf says:

    Hillary is bent on destroying Syria and eliminating Assad’s Regime.
    At least Trump does not want to do that, and we could hold it against him if he flops on it. Good luck getting Hillary to decide on making peace with Assad. It will never happen, and all the democratic lefties are brainwashed with ‘evil foreign dictator’ syndrome. Hillary says a couple words about it, they all make a bunch of noise, and then we send in thousands of our young men to get killed. Syria is on the front line fighting the Zionist forces, why would you want to vote for someone who will do everything they can to destroy these people that are fighting so hard. It would mean that they fought and died for no reason; struggled and held out of so long only to be destroyed because of American voters.

  3. Lucius Rhine says:

    @Aesthicaf because the left needs to be criticized.

    Leftists find themselves in the Left position because of their hearts, the Rightists find themselves in the Right position because of the lack thereof. Therefore, it is strategically advantageous for us to have a false leftist take power and do those horrendous things because the Left will then have no choice but to criticize the False left, and therefore themselves, giving them the push to change their ways.

    If Trump does attack Syria, then it will come as no surprise to anyone, leading to more complacency and a “better vote next time” mentality among leftists, instead of leading them to the conclusion that democracy doesn’t work – a conclusion that a Clinton Administration would inevitably lead them to, due to their loss of Bernie.

    And, as I’ve been saying this whole race, the devil you know – and furthermore can predict – is better than the devil who we know will work against everything we believe in, but not sure how. The Leftists will stick left no matter what, because of their heart, we will have to simply show them the True Left.

  4. Aesthicaf says:

    @Lucius Rhine

    “Left will then have no choice but to criticize the False left, and therefore themselves, giving them the push to change their ways.”

    I agree with the stated goal, however I think that if it were to work, it would have worked already. Perhaps they need to be hit with even more, but how much suffering are we going to permit by continually voting for these people. Maybe the Democrats will be more responsive when it’s a white person that’s causing problems and representing them.

    “If Trump does attack Syria, then it will come as no surprise to anyone”

    If he has constantly been supportive of Assad’s Syria, then it would be a surprise if he completely flopped and attacked them.

    “a conclusion that a Clinton Administration would inevitably lead them to, due to their loss of Bernie.”

    I have noticed that this has made people demand more democracy. If more democracy means a greater possibility of us gaining power, should we be supportive of it?

    As I stated previously, I’ll be voting GP. I’ll volunteer my life to the Syrian cause before I ever vote it’s annihilation.

  5. Pandorastop says:

    Looking for two good men/women!

    The forum and image board are up.

    Now, who is interested in running them? One person, one board. You will help to decide on the final domain name as well.

    If you are serious about this movement, please get in contact with me. (My e-mail can be had by sending in a contact form).

  6. Board owner says:

    So if Pandorastop has set up an imageboard, the 8chan /antizion/ can be repurposed for shitposting. If anyone enjoys that sort of thing.

  7. AS says:

    @Abu Haydar

    “It’s interesting to me that the Philippine President Duterte has been called the “Trump of Asia”. It is understood that Trump is one major example of what an inferior subhuman is like but what are your thoughts on Duterte?”

    I don’t think Rodrigo Duterte deserves such a mean slur. (If there were a “Trump of Asia”, it would be Aung San Suu Kyi without a doubt, in fact she is worse than Trump.) As for Duterte, this is good:

    Duterte said that the Balikatan military exercises and the joint naval patrols in the South China Sea between the Philippines and the U.S. in October would be “its last”

    but this is too weak:

    The administration will continue to honor mutual agreements like the Visiting Forces Agreement and the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duterte#United_States

    Both the VFA and EDCA must be scrapped.

  8. Pandorastop says:

    @Board owner

    No! The more the better! On the internet quantity is important!

  9. Jack M. says:

    https://www.rt.com/news/356688-prague-fake-isis-attack/

    “Police had given the planned demonstration their approval”

  10. RY says:

    @Pandorastop

    HELLO.

    COULD YOU ELABORATE ON WHAT WOULD ADMINISTRATION OF THE IMAGEBOARD ENTAIL?

  11. John Johnson says:

    @Pandorastop

    Have you heard of the website called Adolf the Great? It might give you some ideas for the ‘Real Hitler’ site. I don’t think it’s still online, but you should be able to find it by using the Wayback Machine or some other internet archival thing.

    It was the first site which convinced me Hitler could have been a more positive figure than the media portrayed him as; I can not describe how shocked I was when I confirmed that what I read on the site was true!

    “No! The more the better! On the internet quantity is important!”

    In my personal opinion, it might be useful to have a forum for high-quality discussion and a separate imageboard for, uh, “memeing”.

  12. John Johnson says:

    @Aesthicaf
    “At least Trump does not want to do that, and we could hold it against him if he flops on it.”

    Trump has been remaining silent on this because he does not want to alienate the alt-rightists who love Putin. Trump constantly talks about how much he loves Israel and how much he wants to ramp up the “attacks on ISIS”. Do you really think that once more US forces are deployed to Syria the Zionist Donald Trump is going to destroy ISIS (which you seem to understand fights for Zionism) before they can accomplish their objective of destroying Assad?

    “Good luck getting Hillary to decide on making peace with Assad. It will never happen, and all the democratic lefties are brainwashed with ‘evil foreign dictator’ syndrome.”

    How many rightists were sad to see Hussein and Gaddhafi gone? The leftists were the strongest voices condemning ‘intervention’ against those dictators.

    More and more leftists are beginning to realize Clinton is closer to being a Neocon than she is to being a leftist.

    “struggled and held out of so long only to be destroyed because of American voters.”

    Since when have the voters decided military policy?

    “If he has constantly been supportive of Assad’s Syria, then it would be a surprise if he completely flopped and attacked them.”

    Trump openly lies and no qualms about it. In fact, that seems to be one of the big draws to his persona–he simply doesn’t care. Good luck holding the man who said, “I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue [New York] and shoot somebody and wouldn’t lose any voters, ok? It’s, like, incredible,” accountable for anything.

    The only possible surprise would be if he starts to criticizes Islamophobia and welcomes immigrants and refugees. Do you really think the most openly Islamophobic (and arguably the most aggressively Zionist in rhetoric) presidential candidate _EVER_ is going to help the situation of Syria or Iran? Does trying to make Americans believe Syrian refugees (who are fleeing from the destruction caused by Zionists) are “terrorists” help the Assad regime?

    (Also, just for reference, Israel has been occupying the Golan Heights (which is Syrian territory) since 1967. Trump has declared one of his early acts as president will be to recognize Jerusalem (the eastern half of which is formally considered to be occupied Palestinian territory) as the capital of Israel. I wonder who he considers the rightful owner of Golan Heights?)

    “I agree with the stated goal, however I think that if it were to work, it would have worked already.”

    Do not give up so easily, numerous Sanders supporters (and even Trump himself!) have openly called the Democratic primaries rigged in favor of Clinton without being branded as “conspiracy theorists”. The reason they have reacted so strongly is because they deeply disagree with Clinton on an ideological level. If leftist voters openly calling the False Left party and candidate frauds is not a worthy criticism in your mind, then what is?

    Keep in mind these individuals haven’t even heard of the True Left yet, and yet they are already beginning to criticize the False Left along our lines of thought:
    http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/anti-zionist-harvest/

    In this election cycle the Republican party has collapsed under its own weight. It won’t be long until the Democrat party suffers the same fate.

  13. RY says:

    @John Johnson

    >In my personal opinion, it might be useful to have a forum for high-quality discussion and a separate imageboard for, uh, “memeing”.

    NO.

    IF THERE IS ANYTHING THAT KILLS A BOARDCULTURE FASTER THAN MICROMANAGEMENT VIA OVERMODERATION/MALMODERATION, IS OVERFORMALIZATION LEADING TO OVERSPECIALIZATION; CONSCIOUSNESS DOES NOT FUNCTION LIKE THAT; DOING SO LEADS TO A STERILE STAGNANT BOARD; COMMUNITY ARISES FROM COMMUNICATION, NOT FROM CLASSIFICATION.

    SERIOUSNESS, AND FACETIOUSNESS; HIGH QUALITY, AND JEST, ARE NOT MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE, NOR DOES HIGH QUALITY NECESSARILY ENTAIL SERIOUSNESS.

  14. Board owner says:

    RY has a point. Imageboard cultures can be tailored to a specific style somewhat but differ from forums in many ways. I’ve seen boards come and go, /antizion/ cannot be a boring, super serious discussion about mundane details. If this other imageboard wants to do it differently that is their choice. My priority is having fun with anti-zionism because if I don’t enjoy my work I won’t do it very well. We’ve seen what anonymous, online chaos cults can achieve with applied metamemetics. Trump’s stuff beats Clinton’s, we can beat Trump’s.

  15. Pandorastop says:

    @RY

    Sure. You have a user-name and a password. You bring hits to the site. You advertise the site, you use the site as your signature. You treat it as your child.

    You do not have to worry much about the software, you can moderate if needed, but otherwise it’s automated.

    People post images you post a reply etc…

  16. Pandorastop says:

    @John Johnson

    “In my personal opinion, it might be useful to have a forum for high-quality discussion and a separate imageboard for, uh, “memeing.”

    Uh, they are two separate sites. That’s why I asked for “two” good men or women.

  17. Pandorastop says:

    @Board Owner

    “My priority is having fun with anti-zionism.”

    I agree and that is why you must continue your work! When anti-zionism becomes fun people put their all into it.

    ‘Something funny’, are facts easily digested.

  18. RY says:

    @Pandorastop

    I KNOW WHAT AN IMAGEBOARD IS; I WAS REFERRING TO THE RESPONSIBILITIES ENTAILED BY THE POSITION OF ADMINISTRATOR.

    I VOLUNTEER FOR THE POSITION OF ADMINISTRATOR OF THE IMAGEBOARD.

    I HAVE REQUESTED YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS PER “CONTACT FORM”.

  19. Numinous Sun says:

    @JJ:

    Found this article of interest, and have recently sent the author a tweet with your article from the True Left site in regards to the South and Dixie:

    “How White People Got Made – The Message”
    https://medium.com/message/how-white-people-got-made-6eeb076ade42#.m7hjw1udz

  20. Pandorastop says:

    @RY

    ” I WAS REFERRING TO THE RESPONSIBILITIES ENTAILED BY THE POSITION OF ADMINISTRATOR.”

    I was certain that I was referring to same. An image board does not come with much ‘responsibilities’ besides moderation.

    So, have any ideas for a domain name? – E-mail me.

  21. RY says:

    @Pandorastop

    >E-mail me.

    I STILL HAVE NOT RECEIVED A REPLY FROM THE “CONTACT FORM”.

  22. RY says:

    @Pandorastop

    JUST SEND ME YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS, THEN I WILL REPLY TO YOU FROM MY MAIN EMAIL ACCOUNT:

    ry.kndy@gmx.com

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