2020 Jul 30, 12:12pm
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Another moral dilemma. Do you let them control and chill ordinary speech, or do you risk your job?
Booger saysThread title suggested that this was going to be about WW2 Yugoslavia.A third of US households didn't make their July housing payment. Give it time.
Thread title suggested that this was going to be about WW2 Yugoslavia.
how do you discuss that matter with anyone under those circumstances. They refuse to believe facts and go on the warpath against anyone that doesn’t conform to their thinking.
But at least we can discuss this kind of partisan division here. That's something. Maybe we will come to some useful insights.
Now days the partisan divide is more of a result of indoctrination than anything else. Academia, Media, and Corporate culture promotes a narrative with many followers. That narrative is in near perfect contradiction to Christian Traditions, historical norms, and objective analysis of data.
I want more unity
Patrick saysI want more unityInstead of unity all you will get is more disunity.
they'd need to get on all 50 states ballots and I'm not 100% certain that's a possibility anymore. And anyone signing on to that ticket at the 11th hour is doing it purely for financial gain
I think they have a chance, and they're not in it for the money.
Reality is the Democrats just fucked up and didn't come up with someone that could move independents. Biden is a loser. They went too far left and the divisiveness is ultimately necessary to bring these idiots closer to the center again and bring forth actual candidates that don't pander to 3% of the electorate.
he's a lame duck so someone else can come out after this whole thing. Biden cannot be allowed to be POTUS. That's a vote for Harris and that scares the fuck out of me looking at CA.
They are just too naive. They should have expected to be banned by Twitter. It's like they are only now discovering how corrupt the left is, and how willing to stifle all voices that don't toe the Democrat party line. They don't actually have agreement from the Greens or Libertarians to get space on the ballot, or any response from Tulsi or Dan yet.
I was not very impressed with Unity2020's online talk last night.They are just too naive. They should have expected to be banned by Twitter. It's like they are only now discovering how corrupt the left is, and how willing to stifle all voices that don't toe the Democrat party line. They don't actually have agreement from the Greens or Libertarians to get space on the ballot, or any response from Tulsi or Dan yet.So I'm back to 100% for Trump.
Yeaaah...sounds like a bunch of grifting going on there.
Because of the enthusiasm Gap, Big Tech/Media knows they'll only take votes from Dems, the ones that see the party sliding into radical Leftism but can't bring themselves to vote for Trump. So they censor it.
They don't actually have agreement from the Greens or Libertarians to get space on the ballot, or any response from Tulsi or Dan yet.
I've lost faith in Unity2020.They just don't have a clear answers for a lot of things: ballot, candidates, at what point they give up, how exactly this "draws equally from both sides"...
That's why I think they are sincere.
Patrick saysThat's why I think they are sincere.That Weinstein guy isn't from the video. Gotta trust my gut on certain things. He looks like and talks like he's straight out of Portland. Walk like a duck, quack like a duck, it's a duck. The guy is an intellectual moron.
In March 2017 he wrote a letter to Evergreen faculty, objecting to a change in the college's decades-old tradition of observing a "Day of Absence" during which minority students and faculty would voluntarily stay away from campus to highlight their contributions to the college. The announced change would flip the traditional event, asking white participants to attend an off-campus program to talk about race issues while the on-campus program was designated for participating people of color. Weinstein said this established a dangerous precedent. There is a huge difference between a group or coalition deciding to voluntarily absent themselves from a shared space in order to highlight their vital and underappreciated roles....and a group encouraging another group to go away. The first is a forceful call to consciousness, which is, of course, crippling to the logic of oppression. The second is a show of force, and an act of oppression in and of itself. — Bret Weinstein in a message to a campus email list
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