didn't know that. yet more detail, as if we needed it.
'but how is this terrorism?'
'but how is this terrorism?'
squints m-m-macbeth, is that you?
SuperJail Warden wrote:The shooter had an account with on a snuff forum. Documenting Reality. Posted a lot of really troubling stuff.
I don't really see the connection.
SuperJail Warden wrote:Getting a concealed carry permit is sort of like being transgender if you think about it. Trans people are all like "I don't feel comfortable in my own body" meanwhile people with concealed carry permits are like "I don't feel safe in my neighborhood".
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right-wingers love to call this section of their support base ‘lone wolves’, but an awful lot of these wolves come from the very same pen …
DesertFox- wrote:The dissonance on the right to distance their beliefs from this pencil-necked, face-tattooed dweeb who doesn't fit the image they want of the straight-laced white guy is amazing. He's at a Trump rally and wearing a Trump flag and people claim "he could be mocking them" or "Ashli Babbitt was wearing a flag so he's making fun of her". Same thing with claiming antifa was at January 6 - I don't know a signal person on the left who would give one red cent to buy shit to pretend to be a Trumpist and make them look bad by association. Most people actively go out of their way to avoid providing monetary support to political causes they dislike.
You're the one who posts this stuff.
SuperJail Warden wrote:Why do you always assume the worst of me?
Nobody else has a genuine need for protection?I support concealed carry but only for trans people who have shown a genuine need for protection.
Experts in terrorism keep pointing out the similarities between Western white supremacists and jihadist violence. The modern white supremacists are now appropriating parts of the jihadist iconography and tactics too. There has even been cases of white supremacists moving to or from Islamic extremism. The biggest commonality between the lone wolves of both movements is an obsession with violence.
uziq wrote:they very much are radicalised online in ‘cells’, in much the same way that radical islam would pick up lost young men filled with anomie by pumping them full of jihadi media and propaganda.
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SuperJail Warden wrote:You are right. I am glad I waited to respond to this after I got to work. I stopped at a Dunk Donuts this morning and there was this homeless man screaming while walking down the street. I had to walk faster to get away from him. When I left the Dunkin Donuts he was still outside screaming. I wish I had a gun for protection because the homeless man seemed dangerous.
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well of course, there's always some salient factor(s) that pushes these individuals way over the edge; some deficiency in themselves, mental or sociological, or some outsider status. i feel like people are very blind about this when discussing 'the problem with islam', though. most moderate muslims don't recognise 21-year-old jihadists who want to cut off people's heads and commit massacres, either. or it's the same story: "he was such a quiet, sweet boy ... nobody suspected anything". i feel like muslims get held to very high standards on this stuff.
SuperJail Warden wrote:Now regarding white supremacists mass shooters. While I do believe they are genuinely racist I also suspect that a few would have committed a mass shooting and the white supremacists stuff is a shield to mask their personality and learning disorders. The Buffalo shooter was in special education and retained a grade. This latest shooter was recommended for special education services as a child but didn't get it. Dylan Roof was a high school dropout with drug convictions etc.