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Feb 17 2017

Flier at University of North Carolina Calls for Violence Against Trump Supporters

The media has told us repeatedly that ever since the election, there has been an epidemic of violence by Trump supporters against groups favored by liberals, particularly Muslims, blacks, and homosexuals. This narrative has relied heavily on hoaxes. In reality, it is the Trump supporters who have been targeted for violence. This flier was found on a distribution box for The Daily Tar Heel at University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill:

bash-the-fash-unc

Since you don’t often see people walking around college campuses with swastika tattoos, students who want to “Bash the Fash” will have to assume fascist thoughts before assaulting their victims. A “fascist” in liberalese is anyone who doesn’t buy whole-heartedly into the entire package of political correctness. A MAGA hat is an obvious indicator of fascism under this definition.

The violence isn’t just a proposal. At Berkeley, a suspected Trump supporter had his head bashed with a shovel and another had her face pepper-sprayed.

On a tip from Sterling B.



  • Saxon Warrior

    They have an advantage over us when it comes to bashing heads. Moonbats can have their heads smashed in as many times as you like and it won’t impair them in any way. A head to a moonbat is like an appendix to a non-moonbat.

    You’re better off targeting more vulnerable parts of the body such as the genitals…. (assuming you can find any).

  • Torcer

    I’ve been having a looonng discussion with a leftist on another thread over this comment I made 9 days ago:

    It doesn’t matter what word the nation’s Socialist Left uses to describe itself and describe it’s opposition. What really matters is how their tactics coincide with the label they incessantly use to demonize Conservatives.

    Fascists tend to suppress free-speech, as does the Left.
    Fascists tend to suppress the people’s commonsense civil right of armed self-defense, as does the Left.
    Fascists tend to use the government to oppress their political enemies, as does the Left.

    The Left can try to use whatever projective propaganda they want, but when it comes down to their actions, they are the true Fascists…

    Calven

    Torcer, “…Fascism is the complete opposite of… Marxian Socialism” –Benito Mussolini, “What is fascism” http://disq.us/url?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fordham.edu%2Fhalsall%2Fmod%2Fmussolini-fascism.html%3AzvH06Xhz-xixH7SIIlg5FxzxSlY&cuid=2521977

    The complete opposite.
    http://thefederalist.com/2017/02/08/time-talk-defunding-universities-wont-defend-free-speech/#comment-3151044774

    Perhaps you could be so kind as to explain that if said entitles are supposedly ‘opposites’ that why do they have a commonality in having secret police organizations – the Cheka, Gestapo, Stasi, etc.
    And she is parroting the same old talking points:

    Calven

    The Gestapo was far right wing–they belonged to the Nazis, you should read up. But none of those countries were leftist anyway, they were military dictatorships which violates leftist liberal philosophy.
    http://thefederalist.com/2017/02/08/time-talk-defunding-universities-wont-defend-free-speech/#comment-3160451741

  • Auburn Rapunzel

    “You should read up.”

    As if liberals read.

  • Auburn Rapunzel

    And beware, because they will usually react by venting their spleens.

  • Anonymous
  • OldSailor

    My sympathies in dealing with this one. He sounds as hard-headed as my uber-left wing sister.

  • JackisBack

    Communists are so violent. No one loves a Nazi other than other Nazis. But to assume a Trump supporter has any ties to that ideology and attack them on that assumption is criminal and should be met with superior force.

  • Torcer

    Yes, they have the unfortunate presumption that they somehow know the facts and everyone else does not.

  • Torcer

    This is why I try to ask questions to at least get them to think about what they debating.

  • Tchhht!!!

    Sounds like some college freshman with proglodite parents. Why waste your time?

  • Torcer

    That is a very good question… Part of the rationale is to try and teach them something to counteract the deluge of progressive propaganda they are under.

    Most of the time I can reuse the same postings I’ve utilized in similar situations since they all seem to have the same tired arguments.

  • Tchhht!!!

    I applaud your efforts however futile they may be.

  • Torcer

    Then there is this one – Sometimes it feels like trying to drink from a fire-hose…

    Stephany
    Not saying that your life’s work has been in vain, you just need to change the title. Those are examples of Tyranny masquerading as Communism and Socialism. Just like Trump’s administration is Tyranny masquerading as Capitalism.
    http://thefederalist.com/2017/02/17/stop-belittling-holocaust-with-stupid-nazi-analogies/#comment-3161154314

    (My emphasis)
    My response to her:
    Are you seriously going to try and claim that the USSR wasn’t Socialist?

  • rosetta_stoned

    Come get some, leftists.
    We’re waiting.

  • Auburn Rapunzel

    Regarding the picture of burning the MAGA cap:

    They’d burn books, but they don’t know what those look like.

  • George Lortz

    THIS… is the reason they are fighting concealed carry on campus.

  • susansylvia

    The bottom line is that any Leftist philosophy involves CONTROL over the people. Conservative philosophy is, at its core, about individual liberty, minimal government (for defense, law & order, and the defending of the rights of its people, and little more under the Constitution), and the free market. All of the ‘isms’–Communism, Socialism, Marxism, Stalinism, Fascism–are aimed at controlling the populace. The government controls the people’s activities, property ownership, jobs, etc. but they use different tactics depending on who is in charge. A fascist government might allow some free market activity, for instance, when needed, where a communist government might not. Socialism is not as controlling a philosophy as the others. But NONE of them would generally promote individual liberties, freedom of speech and expression, freedom of religion, or free market capitalism, the hallmarks of the Constitution, which is the basis for conservative principles.

    Calven states that a military dictatorship would violate leftist liberal philosophy but that is incorrect. In a dictator scenario, the military is simply a means of controlling the people (who are generally unarmed), not an army meant to go to war against other countries. Liberals like to think that because they put ‘Coexist’, ‘Visualize World Peace’ and ‘War is not the Answer’ bumper stickers on their cars that they are pacifists. Oh, really?

    Woodrow Wilson (Democrat and vile racist) presided over WWI
    FDR (Democrat) presided over WWII
    JFK (Democrat) got us into Vietnam
    LBJ (Democrat) got us up to our eyeballs in Vietnam
    Nixon (Republican) got us OUT of Vietnam
    Obama (Democrat) mired us in Middle East conflicts, through his disastrous plans to get out of Iraq, take out Khadfi, and screw everything up in Syria.

    Eisenhower (Republican) Korean War
    George HW Bush (Republican) Desert Storm
    George W Bush (Republican) Desert Shield

    So yes presidents of both parties have been involved in wars, but it cannot remotely be said that Republicans are war mongers any more than Democrats. No president wants to take his people into war, but sometimes there is no choice when diplomacy fails, regardless of whether the president is a Rep or Dem, as can be seen above. The fact that Republicans believe in ‘peace through strength’ induces liberals to criticize us for wanting a strong military. But that military is not there to attack but as a deterrent to our enemies and to defend ourselves or our allies if necessary. Who would a despot rather attack–an unarmed country or one bristling with weaponry and technology? This concept is completely lost on liberals–hence the precipitous reduction in our defense under Obama which has only emboldened our enemies, Russia, China, and Iran. Weakness is provocative to these kinds of regimes, and they will take advantage to flex their muscles and rattle sabres.

    Liberals also believe that Nazis were on the Right because they were antisemites and racists. Calven may not understand that Democrats are the party of the KKK and bigotry, not Republicans. They have a long history of racism and here is a simple summary of this history, but there are many more out there: http://russp.us/racism.htm This is the best kept secret of liberals, but it is all a matter of public record, if one wishes to know the truth instead of seeking out confirmation bias.

    In the 1960s, Democrats created a brilliant plan to get the Black vote by enacting entitlement programs like welfare. These programs were never intended as something to help minorities, but to induce them to vote for Democrats–LBJ said as much. Naturally Republicans who would tend not to vote for MORE government programs voted against these programs and were, from that time forward, labeled as racists by the Left as a result. But they did not vote against these programs out of a lack of desire to help, but the Right always believes that citizens should be left to work out their own lives, without excess intrusion by the government. And we can see that after 60 years of welfare, Blacks and other minorities are no better off. I have to say, however, that it has been genius on the part of Dems to make this lie stick, and Reps have been in effectual in refuting it all these years.

    But because these lies have remained over the years, Calven mistakenly believes several things:

    Gestapo = Nazis = racist = republican = right wing philosophy, therefore Nazis were right-wing. It’s helpful to remember that Nazi is German shorthand for National SOCIALIST German Workers’ Party–left wing.

    Calven offers a definition of fascism.This definition includes, among other things, these principles “Fascism conceives of the State as an absolute” and “The Fascist State organizes the nation, but leaves a sufficient
    margin of liberty to the individual; the latter is deprived of all useless and possibly harmful freedom, but retains what is essential; the deciding power in this question cannot be the individual, but the State alone.” This is the fundamental definition of fascism, and ALL of this is diametrically opposed to the conservative philosophy of individual liberty, and a government of the people, by the people and for the people. Under conservative rule, the State shrinks and returns rights and freedoms TO the people that would not be desirable under liberal rule of any kind, i.e. any of the ‘ism’ governments. Mussolini himself said it.

    Here is a good non-partisan three-point summary of fascism distilled
    from Mussolini’s definition–does that look right-wing to you?

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=fascism

    Yeah, me neither.

    Calven will witness in the next year or two the reduction in the government under Trump–Obamacare will be gutted to make way for a more free-market solution, the EPA is already on the chopping block in the House, and more departments will be slashed and closed. Regulations are being rolled back, taxes will be cut. Trump (the ‘antisemite’) has already restored our relationship with Israel, which was non-existent under Obama (a true antisemite in my opinion). Our borders will be strengthened, which is the Fed government’s #1 job under the Constitution.

    And Calven will complain about all of these things, like any good fascist would, while still believing that Republicans are fascists. It’s not even rational, but at least Calven has you to hear some truth from!

  • Torcer

    I’ve been posting a series of definitions that eviscerates the oft repeated lie from the likes of those like Calven:

    Definition of fascism
    noun
    1An authoritarian and nationalistic right-wing system of government and social organization.
    1.1(In general use) extreme right-wing, authoritarian, or intolerant views or practices: this is yet another example of health fascism in action.
    The term Fascism was first used of the totalitarian right-wing nationalist regime of Mussolini in Italy (1922–43); the regimes of the Nazis in Germany and Franco in Spain were also Fascist. Fascism tends to include a belief in the supremacy of one national or ethnic group, a contempt for democracy, an insistence on obedience to a powerful leader, and a strong demagogic approach.
    Origin
    1920s: from Italian fascismo, from fascio ‘bundle, political group’, from Latin fascis (see fasces).
    https://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/fascism

    right wing: the part of a political group that consists of people who support conservative or traditional ideas and policies : the part of a political group that belongs to or supports the Right
    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/right%20wing

    It should be bloody obvious that Right = Conservative

    Definition of CONSERVATISM
    1capitalized
    a : the principles and policies of a Conservative party
    b : the Conservative party
    b : a political philosophy based on tradition and social stability, stressing established institutions, and preferring gradual development to abrupt change; specifically : such a philosophy calling for lower taxes, limited government regulation of business and investing, a strong national defense, and individual financial responsibility for personal needs (as retirement income or health-care coverage)
    3: the tendency to prefer an existing or traditional situation to change
    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/conservatism

    Definition of conservative
    2 (in a political context) favouring free enterprise, private ownership, and socially conservative ideas.
    Informal true blue
    Origin
    late Middle English (in the sense ‘aiming to preserve’): from late Latin conservativus, from conservat- ‘conserved’, from the verb conservare (see conserve). Current senses date from the mid 19th century.
    http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/conservative?

    So, IF one is going to try and foist that interminable lie on the class, They have to EXPLAIN where that particular group specifically had a philosophy calling for lower taxes, limited government regulation of business and investing, a strong national defense, and individual financial responsibility for personal needs (as retirement income or health-care coverage).

  • susansylvia

    Your point may not be clear because the first definition above repeats several times that fascism is a right-wing philosophy, when it is LEFT wing. Unfortunately, the idea that fascism is right-wing is pretty pervasive, even in traditional dictionaries. So this definition puts ‘right-wing’, ‘intolerant’, ‘totalitarian’ and ‘conservative’ all together, which reinforces Calven’s idea that the Right is fascist, when it is the complete opposite, as I described.

  • Torcer

    Yes, I realize that – but part of my point is that the OED definitions are contradictory.
    Curiously enough, other reference sources do no mention this:

    Full Definition of FASCISM
    1 often capitalized : a political philosophy, movement, or regime (as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition
    2: a tendency toward or actual exercise of strong autocratic or dictatorial control early instances of army fascism and brutality — J. W. Aldridge
    Examples of FASCISM
    the rise of Fascism in Europe before World War II
    From the first hours of Hitler’s invasion of the Soviet Union, the propagandists on both sides of the conflict portrayed the struggle in stark, Manichaean language. The totalitarian nature of both regimes made this inevitable. On one side stood Hitler, fascism, the myth of German supremacy; on the other side stood Stalin, communism, and the international proletarian revolution. —Anne Applebaum, New York Review of Books, 25 Oct. 2007
    Origin of FASCISM
    Italian fascismo, from fascio bundle, fasces, group, from Latin fascis bundle & fasces fasces
    First Known Use: 1921
    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fascism

    Fascism
    For these and other reasons, there is no universally accepted definition of fascism. Nevertheless, it is possible to identify a number of general characteristics that fascist movements between 1922 and 1945 tended to have in common.

    Despite the fascists’ violent opposition to Marxism, some observers have noted significant similarities between fascism and Soviet communism.
    Both were mass movements, both emerged in the years following World War I in circumstances of political turmoil and economic collapse, both sought to create totalitarian systems after they came to power (and often concealed their totalitarian ambitions beforehand), and both employed terror and violence without scruple when it was expedient to do so.
    http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/202210/fascism

  • 762×51

    “Fascists tend to suppress free-speech, as does the Left.
    Fascists tend to suppress the people’s commonsense civil right of armed self-defense, as does the Left.
    Fascists tend to use the government to oppress their political enemies, as does the Left.”

    True, however, fascists come in all shapes and sizes as we have recently and still experience here at MB. “It is forbidden to speak against cult” has been the daily drum beat here for most of the last year, not from Blount, but from the cultists. The term “leltists” has come to mean Marxists, and while all Marxists are fascists, not all fascists are Marxists.

    “Calven

    The Gestapo was far right wing–they belonged to the Nazis, you should read up. ”

    What a dumbass, What part of Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei did this imbecile miss? All of it I guess.

  • Jester

    For the millionth, billionth time, alt-leftists:

    BRING.

    IT.

    ON.

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  • 762×51

    The daily diatribe of calls for violence from the Progressives continues to increase, sweet. The attitude is becoming pervasive among them. Soon now, very soon, and it will be play time, LMAO.

  • Eugene O’Neill

    This from the folks who love to cry “violence never solves anything”. The progressive left is becoming more and more unhinged,and,dangerous.

  • Tchhht!!!

    Truman was president from 1945 to 1953. The Korean war ended in 1953. Chalk up another one for the Dems.

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  • EVERYDAY PRESIDENT ☆ ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

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    This is the proverbial yelling “fire” in a crowded theater speech, which is NOT protected under the first Amendment. I suggest charges be filed.

    Thank God we have Jeff Sessions instead of Loretta Lynch-Whitey at AG now. wink wink nod nod to all you never Trumpers..
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  • EVERYDAY PRESIDENT ☆ ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

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    Why are all the aggressors depicted as white? That’s racist.
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  • EVERYDAY PRESIDENT ☆ ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

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    TRUMP TRUMPS HATE !
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  • Mr. Freemarket

    Here’s another hint….red has always been the color of socialism/communism. This is true in every place in the world, with the exception of the US, post 1990.

    The basic color of communist flags from the USSR to Communist China is red. I wonder what the basic color was for the flag of the Nazis?

  • Torcer

    Heh! Don’t get me started on that issue… 🙂

    You are correct, up until around the 2000 election Red was the colour that symbolized the left. Witness cultural references to ‘reds’ and what not .

    Then in that election the Leftist media decided to reverse the blue/red colour on the electoral map as a way of confusing the issue. So once again we see a case of the Left trying to use their dominance over the culture to muddy the waters.

  • James McEnanly

    All within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state.
    Read more at: https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/b/benitomuss109829.html
    Benito Mussolini, who was actually a fascist

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  • SNuss

    Actually, the Korean War never ended, as no peace treaty was ever signed. What we have is a cease-fire, or a truce.
    http://www.allenbwest.com/allen/korean-war-ever-really-end

  • Obama’s boyfriend

    If I was at a school that tolerates the attitudes and advocation of violence I would be packing. The first goon who decided to follow the advice of these thugs would soon be telling his story to St. Peter. This would be followed by a massive suit against the university police.

  • Obama’s boyfriend

    The Gestapo was the nasty arm of the National Socialist Workers Party. Hardly right wing you ignorant cretin.

  • Obama’s boyfriend

    Sir you are an idiot. Truman was kicke out because of his disasterous handling of the war and a government filled with commies. Saying Truman ended the Korean War is an accurate as saying Hitler ended the war in Europe.

  • Torcer

    I believe you meant that comment to be directed at ‘Calven’ who fails to understand that the Nazi’s were a Socialist Worker’s party.

  • Torcer

    I’ve been doing some research on the subject matter of the left’s continued denial of the historic fact that the Nazi’s were a Socialist Worker’s party and some people constructs of the political spectrum.

    And it would seem like those who want a complicated political spectrum are those who desperately want to keep the Nazi’s associated with the right.

    I’ve also notice that in many of the screeds trying to deny the facts of history that Leftist tend to use 3 main techniques in this denial.

    1. The office stationary excuse – whereby leftists will basically try to claim that since the movement was already named as such they couldn’t change it. Apparently the original founders of the party get a really good deal on printing costs so they stocked up fro the next 100 years…

    2. The North Korea talking point – in this case they try to use irrelevant talking of the name of that nation as proof that the Nazis’ weren’t a Socialist Worker’s party. The problem is that other nations live up to their names so the point is pure Bernie Sanders (BS).

    3. Ignore this fact and keep on repeating their lie over and over.

  • Tchhht!!!

    Thank you so much for the lovely compliment. I am terribly sorry that you were so confused by my comment. Please allow me to simplify so that you might understand it better. I did not say that Truman ended the Korean war. I nearly mentioned the years during which he was president. My point was that he presided over America’s entry into the war. Furthermore, he was not “kicked” out of office. He lost in the primary and backed Stevenson. There, I hope that’s better. You’re welcome.

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  • DaJustifier

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/db39ea8d90402000bdb3cc63de781b46551fb385e7a52fd4d28ff05647194d53.jpg
    This is from a 1961 Webster’s dictionary, in the early 1990s the definition of Fascism was changed.

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