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lol that's why i'm doing this poll. to find out how many people have better common sense
why do they think think you are?
I'm a conservative, most leftists see no difference.
I don't know you're exact beliefs but the alt right like to use little codes because they know they will turn people off if they come out straight about who they are. I think most leftists know that so they're suspicious of conservatives. And it's always possible to commit a type 1 error
I don't really think they have any right to be suspicious, it's disgusting to assume because someone has politics that aren't far left they're a possible member of the alt right. I don't assume everyone with leftist politics is a member of antifa.
that's not offensive. nothing wrong with antifa. they've had a lot of faux stories about them picked up and reported as true by right-wring news media. I enjoyed it when a member of antifa punched that nazi lol but in all seriousness I think the cure for being radicalized is being loved, not punched.I consider my self very left-leaning and I'd have to know your specific political views to judge you though.
Are you okay with what happened to Richard Spencer? Also no actually nazis still exist they were defeated in 1945, he's a alt right, white supremacist, if you like neo-nazi but he's not a nazi. P. S: Antifa border on a terror group the fact that you wouldn't take that as an insult is a bad thing.
Is Antifa on an actual terrorist-watch list or anything?and I'm not that into the correct terminology. when we call em nazis people should know what we mean. I don't see the need to get so technical in casual situations.I'm not okay with violence. I'm not okay with nazis (neo-nazis or white supremacists) getting punched. I enjoyed it, I'll admit it, but what I really want is for them to be de-radicalized and to just be good, healthy people. They're dealing with a lot of pain and anger and feel disenfranchised by society. They're typically white males and they feel they're told "you're a white male. you have nothing to complain about" when that's not at all true. They can still struggle financially, feel socially isolated etc. and feel like no one is interested in creating systemic change to help them. Their pain and anger is misdirected at the wrong people and they do and say terrible things, including murder.the ones who have left the alt right have explained that showing them love will help them de-radicalize.
They're being considered for one in the US but are known for acts of violence, Andy Ngo being a recent example but far from the only one. The terminology is important especially due to the implications of the word 'nazi' even a man as in my opinion disgusting as Richard Spencer doesn't want an entire race of people gassed and tortured. I do understand what you mean but these things matter a lot.I agree with you there, I laughed when I first heard about what happened to him but within seconds I was angry and violence especially political violence needs condemnation immediately and no one has ever been de-radicalised through being attacked. While I don't think systematic changed do people much good in most cases obviously they're sometimes needed. Although I think antifa are in the same boat, they need to be de-radicalised too.
I'm also not an American so that disqualifies me
and you're serious about that?
What else could I be?
when did you start getting into the alt right?