Brenton Tarrant posts on 8chan, shoots up Mosque killing 49 muslims in New Zealand, livestreams from GoPro -

Take away the Guns, Censor the Video, Throw people in Jail for Having the Video, or do it all?

  • Just take the guns, it'll work out fine.

    Votes: 57 5.6%
  • Doesn't matter, it's Trump's Fault.

    Votes: 251 24.6%
  • Just ban the video, it's totally doable.

    Votes: 35 3.4%
  • DO EVERYTHING!

    Votes: 194 19.0%
  • Make Null turn us over, that'll make us safe.

    Votes: 482 47.3%

  • Total voters
    1,019

Slap47

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A student in Poland brought his ASG rifle with Christchurch-like writings on it to a school festival and let people pose with it. And the school doesn't give a fuck.
"Polish people need to be less Islamophobic"

"What has Islam ever done to Poland"

"Germany demands reparations from Poland for grievance offense"
 
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Thought precriminal

Quota exceeded. Precrime arrest imminent.
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A student in Poland brought his ASG rifle with Christchurch-like writings on it to a school festival and let people pose with it. And the school doesn't give a fuck.
Poland should not have more freedom of speech than an Anglophone country. What is this world?

Also what is it with Poland and the Confederate States of America?
 

millais

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Poland should not have more freedom of speech than an Anglophone country. What is this world?

Also what is it with Poland and the Confederate States of America?
Outside of America (and before the recent moral panic surrounding it), the Confederate battle flag didn't really have any negative connotation. It was a heavily reproduced and commercialized symbol associated with the act of plucky rebellion and Americana in general, rather than the institution of Southern slavery. Something like how the Che Guevara photo has become a generic symbol of rebelling against the system, rather than any specific statement about the communist liberation movements of Latin America.

If you look at the historical numbers, way more Polish fought for the Union against the Confederacy, simply because pretty much all of the 1848 Revolution refugees in America sided with the Union.
 

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I really hate to be the electrician who installed that emergency door release system right now. He's probably in hot water right now.
I'm sorry the electric door still bothers the fuck outta me.

What's the point? Who else even has this? And the fact the button was installed days after makes me suspicious Tarrant knew someone on the inside
 
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Pocket Dragoon

For one-tenth a soul, or a sexual favor.
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I really hate to be the electrician who installed that emergency door release system right now. He's probably in hot water right now.
Extremely hot, because he's probably dead.

If I learned one thing about haji, it's that they insist on doing all their own electrical, while having little understanding of how electricity actually works.

So lying to be allowed to live somewhere is literally murder?
It depends on what they bring with them; through trade, Europeans brought smallpox to the Americas, and haji has brought the cultural equivalent of smallpox to Europe for one purpose only.

It's murder, specifically because they know what they're doing, and in Europe haji isn't just dropping off a couple blankets in a village, or asking people to convert before slaughtering them.
 

Super-Chevy454

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Outside of America (and before the recent moral panic surrounding it), the Confederate battle flag didn't really have any negative connotation. It was a heavily reproduced and commercialized symbol associated with the act of plucky rebellion and Americana in general, rather than the institution of Southern slavery. Something like how the Che Guevara photo has become a generic symbol of rebelling against the system, rather than any specific statement about the communist liberation movements of Latin America.

If you look at the historical numbers, way more Polish fought for the Union against the Confederacy, simply because pretty much all of the 1848 Revolution refugees in America sided with the Union.
Just imagine how some soyboys and others SJWs would react if they see the peace sign with the colours of the Rebel Flag of the Conferederate States as some hippes did once.

When Anti-Racists Adopted the Confederate Battle Flag
Beyond heritage and hate
JESSE WALKER | 6.24.2015 9:32 AM

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This is my favorite picture of a Confederate flag:

That was the emblem of the Southern Student Organizing Committee, a New Left group founded in 1964. At a time when the activists most likely to be waving a Confederate banner were affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan, SSOC decided to adopt—and adapt—the battle flag for the other side of the civil rights struggle. The group did most of its organizing among southern whites, and it went out of its way to draw on regional iconography: Its newsletter was called The New Rebel, its founding manifesto was called "We'll Take Our Stand," and its logo…well, you saw its logo. In Gregg Michel's history of the organization, Struggle for a Better South, a former member says the group was "constantly studying Southern history, looking for antecedents that would satisfy a need for rootedness."
The symbol got mixed reviews on the other side of the color line. The graphic had actually been designed by a black man, Claude Weaver of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; and the chairman of Weaver's group, John Lewis, gamely posed for this picture with SSOC's Archie Allen, reenacting the logo for the camera:
Listen, Yankee!


But not everyone in the movement thought the emblem was a good idea. "Explaining to their white counterparts that the battleflag had only one meaning to them," Michel writes, several "black activists stressed that no matter how SSOC altered the flag's image, African Americans forever would see it as a symbol of racial oppression." SSOC was predominantly white, but it wanted to become the biracial alliance implied by those clasped hands. And so it dropped both the emblem and the name New Rebel at the end of 1964.
Yet the group wasn't finished with the idea. In 1967 it brought the emblem back, and its members started flirting with other Confederate symbols as well. Protesting Richard Nixon's inauguration in 1969, a bunch of them carried a banner identifying themselves as the "Southern Liberation Front"; Michel reports that they "led rebel charges and let loose with rebel yells" and then "gathered, symbolically, in Sherman Square."
 
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