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Can we deport the Greens to Afghanistan? Kabul is in desperate need of anti-knife legislation.

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brilliant idea. How about all of those leftists. They would be happy there too

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They do love their minorities. Plenty of them there.

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Proper left-wingers care only for the working class and absolutely hate the capitalists (elites) and their corporations.

The 'leftists' you refer to are not left-wing, they are retarded lackeys, working for the elite.

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The 'no true scotsman' fallacy?

Odd, all the left wing outlets seem to be all over the DEI and minority rights angle.

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Their stupid solar panels might even make a bit of electricity over there.

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According to Dave Walsh, Energy Consultant and frequent Bannon's WarRoom contributor, Germany has a daily average of only 4.5 hours of usable sunlight. By what measure does it make sense to rely on solar panels in Germany?

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I say we deport them all to Poland. That way we raise the IQ of both countries.

Just a joke guys...:)

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Haha, not...Meanwhile Poland has taken no Muslim refugees quite intentionally and has none of these problems. Who's smarter? Some fancy French or German douche or the Polish? Question seems to answer itself.

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Poles voted for Tusk, who is now calling for war against Russia by the look of it.

Maybe he hasn't listened to these.

https://delingpole.podbean.com/e/jacques-baud/ - reality of the Ukraine war.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xNHmHpERH8 - Alexey Arestovich predicting why Ukraine/US would start war in 2022.

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Tusk is all in with the WEF.

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Tusk is a brainwashed puppet of the left …

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Ya, I saw this. But up until him, they stopped refugees. I haven't seen his refugee policy yet. But my point remains unharmed by this news.

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Lolol. I pick on the Polish...because my wife is!

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Your wife is what?

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Family is from Poland

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Not for long. The Polish government is importing Indians, the locusts of the world. They will swarm Poland with their never ending hordes and conquer it, just as they are currently colonizing countries like Canada and Fiji.

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Ya it seems their resolve has weakened.

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As sure as the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, the discourse of the elites will be stupid. Norm MacDonald had a great joke about this: "What terrifies me is if ISIS were to detonate a nuclear device and kill 50 million Americans. Imagine the backlash against peaceful Muslims?"

Here are a few new German words that describe the reimagined progressive Germany: https://yuribezmenov.substack.com/p/how-to-speak-german

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Norm was a Canadian, and this is how our elite society and bureaucracy behaves. Recently a Military man took a baseball bat to a guy breaking into his house, and was charged with assault. Charges were later dropped, but who puts a guy protecting his family through the ordeal of being arrested, getting a lawyer, getting bail?!? Who? Our Gov't!

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If you can't defend your property by any means necessary without punishment from the law then you don't actually have any property rights.

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Sure, but disproportionate violence should not be allowed. Non-violent burglars are just trying to make a living, cut 'em some slack.

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hahahaha, thanks for the laugh.

“sure, but” if someone trespasses onto private property the intent is not to have a cup of tea … and the owner of the property does not know what weapons they might carry or what their intent is … therefore, the onus/risk is on the intruder and they assume it by trespassing. burglaries turn violent when the owners resist … with your logic, it’s the owners’ fault for resisting that the burglary turned violent.

i’ll cut them some slack if they keep robbing you instead … sounds pretty fair, no?

if they come to rob my house, they will get a chance to sample my crossbows and see if they want to repeat the exercise.

uninvited persons are not welcome on my property!

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You're welcome.

But good non-violent burglars will target empty houses, they want to get caught as much as the house owner wants to get robbed.

Home invaders, or burglars with violent intentions should, as you say, be prepared for the worst.

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with the way the economies are doing … there will be an increase in burglaries going forward.

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{...uninvited persons are not welcome on my property!...}

Time is running out: You will own nothing !!!

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Just so you know, the headline on Yahoo and ABC News on this was "Policeman Stabbed at Anti-Muslim Demonstration Dies".

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Puke

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It’s misleading, but I get the point, as did the cop

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It was a mostly peaceful stabbing.

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So people from a distant land come to your country. They like your country and they want to stay because it’s safer easier cleaner better than their own, however they don’t quite assimilate. They think a different way than the citizens of the host country. Sometimes there are problems between the new and the old. They become resentful of the new freedoms or some ill defined issue. There’s trouble.

The original citizens like order so they complain. The newcomers don’t like complaining so they poke some holes in the complainers. The complainers don’t like all the mess so they sing songs encouraging the new folks to go home where they can poke holes in whoever they like.

Now the government is able to identify the real problem, singing and whining and not being willing to change the way they think to the way people think in the far off land that nobody liked. Answer…..Nobody can have pokers anymore. I’m glad your leaders are so wise and helpful.

Just think what a pickle you would be in!

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Apparently people don't remember the story of Betty Mahmoody in "Not Without My Daughter" (a true story), her husband seemed to be assimilated also. They lived in Texas and he was a successful physician, but when Iran reverted back to a theocracy, he felt guilty and lured her to go for a "visit'. Her biggest mistake was trusting him. She ended up escaping with her daughter, but almost lost her life in doing so.

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Seems like in Tx he was great but when he got home he put on his old ways and she hardly recognized him.

She was basically a prisoner.

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Yes, the movie was ok but the book was amazing, how she explained everything about his personality change to what she dealt with in Iran in detail made it a page turner. The cultures are like night and day.

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Jun 4Liked by eugyppius

“There is no sensible reason for a private individual to carry a knife with them when they go out on the street."

Only an idiot takes a knife to a knife fight. The obvious solution is for every private individual to go out with a firearm. That's how we do it in Texas.

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This politician’s idiotic take is why I will never moderate my maximalist position on the US Constitution’s 2nd Amendment. The problem is not the gun (or the knife) it’s the insane, undemocratic policies that let criminals and foreign religious zealots have free reign over our societies because cracking down on them would go against whatever ideological fad has captured our ruling class this week.

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Amen. Against non law abiding individuals the best is to give more rights to the normal citizens but of course politicians are power hungry cunts and they can't let a good crisis go to waste...

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“There is no sensible reason for a private individual to carry a knife with them..."

Your contrived failure of imagination in no way limits my human rights.

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The individual who said that never got off the wrong subway and ended up in a black area in the USA. These people are either stupid or incredibly sheltered. There are places where you are basically at extreme risk if you are the wrong color.

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Got to love Texans!!!

From Australia...

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Agreed - Indiana Jones style.

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Jun 4Liked by eugyppius

Notice the total absence of moslems condemning the murder.

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Why should they condemn it when the authorities excuse it?

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Has nothing with western authorities to do.

They do not condemn such actions because they support them.

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I think it has more to do with what they can get away with. If the authorities actually deported immigrants and their families when they misbehaved, they would have condemned the action immediately after it happened. I am always told how wonderful Islam is as a philosophy, yet I see absolutely NOTHING of this in the refugees. They will take advantage of their hosts at any opportunity with no remorse. To them, kindness is for the weak, and trust is for fools.

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That's a trait of tribal peoples, though. The rule of law is seen as weak by a lot of these tribal imports, who rely on clan and family affiliation to resolve disputes. There's a whole literature on honor cultures that discusses this.

It's not just Muslims. Hindus are basically predisposed to find loopholes in systems and exploit them. They enjoy it.

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You should ask these people what they've read in the Islamic literature that they find so wonderful. I'm curious.

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Bingo

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It's the same with gypsies. They never condemn their own people and they are very eager to hide their own criminals. The excuse is that they are terrorised by the criminals...

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They were terrorised by the Nazis. And I would argue the real criminals today sit in the Parliamentary chambers. It is they who are killing/disabling/sterilising/euthanasing us, not gypsies, or Muslims come to that.

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Uh, there are plenty of Muslims killing and raping people in Europe. Might want to look up Rotherham and the estimates of the number of children attacked by them.

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People get killed all the time, though the majority of murders are likely done by friends/acquaintances/relatives.

Regardless, a very conservative estimate put forth by Prof. Rancourt's extremely detailed and academically sound statistical analysis was 17 million dead, 2.1 billion with serious harms, around 6 months ago (https://www.globalresearch.ca/covid-19-vaccine-associated-mortality-in-the-southern-hemisphere/5832840).

17 fucking million!

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It's what Allah COMMANDS them to do.

No need to sugarcoat it.

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Knives should be banned!!!!!

Do you know how much damage a fork can do? You can sharpen up the edges and you have a lethal weapon. Actual Pitchforks are really too cumbersome to carry around, how about those little hand cultivator/rakes?

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Your comment reminds me of the aftermath of 9/11. Trans-Atlantic flights still served meals on real dinnerware. However, the butter knife was now made of plastic, while the fork and spoon remained metal.

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a plastic knife is pretty damaging as well. Just go for the neck!

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Perhaps in certain instances can be worse than a blunt metal butter knife.

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Interesting fact: Mr. Stuerzenberger, the primary intended victim of the attack, was explicitly forbidden to wear a stab-proof vest by the Munich police for the occasion. The reason given was that it counts as a "passive weapon", same for a helmet, gloves etc.

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I hear toothbrushes can be shaved into shivs as well.

And let’s not forget the deadly sharpened pencil!

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But we all know: the PEN is mightier than the shiv.

Which brings us back to our most important endeavor, which is to control SPEECH and THOUGHT above all else. All clear now? says the BenevolentAuthority. You're welcome.

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So many sharpened tools - a non-retractable car aerial was a favourite with Cape Town gangs in the 1970s.

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oh yes, sword like. Wow

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The late Watergate burglar (and FBI agent) G. Gordon Liddy used to (as part of the overall schtick) instruct the listeners to his talk radio show on how to kill somehow with a pencil.

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OMG pencils. horrible

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Plastic shoehorn: grind one side against a brick or concrete wall and you'll get a sharp enough edge to cut someone real bad. As an added bonus, smear fecal matter onto the edge.

10" piece of girder. Tape around one end until you have a comfortable handle. Use a cutter to give it a point.

An ordinary screwdriver. Sharpening the head optional.

A glass bottle. Or a plastic one with 1L water in it.

Et cetera.

"Everything is a weapon - everywhere is a target"

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oooh nasty

Hubbs and I watch a lot of murder tv on Britbox. Every time, lots of killing with pitchforks

What a nasty way to die

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Rikard...back away slowly from your dungeon!...:)

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Hehe, my youth making itself known, is all.

But it's weird - policymakers and such read about a stabbing or something similar and go: "Ban the blade!".

Oh-kay, but what about people who use knives in their job? Or other tools? A couple of beer cans in a pillow case is a weapon too (recognise the movie?).

Bedtime for me. "In the dungeon, the quiet dungeon, the knives are all kept sharp..."

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These are all good ideas. Thank you!

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Jun 4·edited Jun 4

Don't forget that deadliest of weapons, the Spork.

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LOLOLOL

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"Do you know how much damage a fork can do?"

Spoons too!

If only the victim stays still for long enough, a spoon can also be a lethal weapon.

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gouge the eyes out.

Or a huge spoon, just "wack 'em upside the head"😝

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Have a look on YouTube for "The Horribly Slow Murderer with the Extremely Inefficient Weapon by Richard Gale" - that's what I had in mind.

But eye gouging too, as you say. Spoons really can't be banned soon enough in the democratic struggle against extremism and Islamophobia.

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This sums it up quite aptly:

“The Left is like a hammer, and everything (and everyone) else is a nail.”

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“Following the fatal knife attack in Mannheim, the German Police Union in NRW is calling for a blanket ban on carrying knives in public. ‘There is no sensible reason for a private individual to carry a knife with them when they go out on the street. This must be prohibited by law,’ state chairman Erich Rettinghaus said … ‘There should only be exceptions for those who have just bought a knife in a shop and then have a receipt for it. But otherwise, there should hardly be any exceptions’ …”

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Truly shameful and a dishonoring of their colleague’s life and death.

Truly, truly, truly shameful.

And proof of course that whatever valuable achievements unions once did to bring human dignity in the workplace, they’re now no more than the most venal collaborators with management.

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What about cooks? We often carry our knives to and from work. I've never heard of a cook getting stabby with a 10 inch Forschner.

These people are morons.

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When one is young and enthusiastic about discovering other cultures and traveling the world, etc., one often excuses in others what you wouldn't tolerate from your own. Then you grow up--if you're lucky and don't pay dearly for your earlier naivete.

Countries that decide to age backwards and learn zero from experience and become more credulous rather than more sensible are not gonna have good outcomes.

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Just wait until the first time they stop a sikh for carrying a knife. Then, the court will immediately add an exception for sikhs.

When european nations in the 1970s started adding/making exceptions based on religion and race, the path was set to lead where we are now.

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Canada is way ahead (or, more accurately, behind) on this point. Sikhs get to carry the kirpan virtually anywhere, including schools, the courts, some parliaments and even certain flights.

Even better, in some Canadian provinces, the turban apparently comes with a crash rating suitable for use as a motorcycle helmet in a country where every other motorcyclist requires one meeting either DOT, Snell or ECE ratings.

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Odd, no. The main contribution of Sikhs to Canada seems to be the greatest act of terrorism in Canadian history and killing people with their negligently maintained fleets of trucks.

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Good point .

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To be fair, Canada has actually liberal knife laws in practice that are mostly held up by weird legal precedent and not talking to cops when stopped.

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I admit that I am generally unaware of restrictions on knives, other than when security is in place in large events (sports arenas, theatres, etc). That said, some events that I have been to don't even allow plastic beverage containers, although that may be as much to do with commercial reasons as well as security.

I believe that there are restrictions in venues like courts and government buildings, but the kirpan often does get exempted.

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I mean, if there's a metal detector, then a restriction is in place, and the kirpan can/does get exempted. When stopped by police you may argue that you're carrying a tool and not a weapon, or best of all, stay absolutely quiet and let your lawyer argue on your behalf.

This is the "beauty" of the Canadian legal system. Vague laws that require police discretion, judicial interpretation, convoluted precedents, and "reasonable limits". The playing field isn't tilted, it's a sheer cliff with the elites at the top and the plebes at the bottom.

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Indeed, "judicial interpretation" and "police discretion" can be a double edged kirpan, er, sword (sorry, couldn't resist that one:-) ).

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Sikhs like to kill Muslims. Will that make a difference?

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To the moslem, certainly.

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Don't tell the Canadian authorities.

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Jun 4Liked by eugyppius

"Whenever politically privileged minorities commit crimes – and particularly when they commit them in disproportionate or distinctive ways – the guilt for these crimes must be transferred from the offenders to their weapons."

This is precisely how the American media deals with shootings. A 16 year old "teen" who is "known to police" is found shot to death by the side of the road in a neighborhood no sensible person would walk through at night, the killer is believed to be another "teen" who is "known to police" and the incident is "believed to be targeted, with no danger to the general public". The problem therefore is "gun crime".

This kind of misdirection is insulting but the real problem is that without being to directly address the problem at its root there is no hope of any resolution. The situation will continue to degrade until the existing ruling class entirely loses credibility. At that point the solution to the problem will be much less measured and rational than it could have been.

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Jun 4Liked by eugyppius

Exactly. I've used gangrene as a metaphor/simile for 25 years now.

You can have a sore on your foot, that you don't keep clean. You can have an infection. You can have necrotising tissue. Blood poisoning. Gangrenous growth spreading upwards.

You can have all that and still live for weeks, maybe months even.

But surely it is better to treat the sore right immediately?

You can imagine the feminist/politically correct response?

"How dare you! How can you call [insert race/religion of favour here] gangrene! You racist!"

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I believe people are innately skilled at pattern recognition and that the average person recognizes that things like this aren't random and didn't take place prior to the arrival of all our new friends. But people generally also prefer to appear agreeable and don't like saying or openly acknowledging uncomfortable truths. Members of our journalistic class, the NGO sector, politicians share this preference but also have the vested interests of continuing employment and electability. A politician who is uncomfortable speaking awkward truths on a personal level but is also determined to keep their office is doubly unwilling to address the gangrene, as you put it.

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Jun 4Liked by eugyppius

How it started in 2002: "We defend Germany in the Hindu Kush!"

How it´s going in 2024: We defend our lives in Germany.

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isn’t this the truth

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Yes. What on God's green Earth did Germany have to do with Afghanistan, ever?!! Nothing at all.

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George W. Bush was the probably the second worst president in US history, and countries like Germany were moronic to throw their lot in with him and his harebrained "foreign policy."

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"...and one of the policewomen even runs off, obviously terrified."

And this is exactly why women should never be police officers or fire fighters.

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I dunno. We just had one take down an assailant despite being wounded herself.

It takes all kinds.

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But the exception doesn't prove the rule and if on average female police officers are more likely to fail to react appropriately to violence than male officers it does seem reasonable to ask whether they can be viewed interchangeably.

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Exactly.

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Isn't it strange? The Western allies didn't beat the Japanese over the head with the crimes of the wartime regime and the Japanese escaped any excesses of self-loathing and felt no need to, really, apologize for anything and they still to this day won't even admit to the sexual enslavement of Korean women in occupied Korea.

But the Germans? Well, it was handled the other way and here you guys are. Makes you wonder.

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The sex slave stuff is not true, I believe, but the Japanese were INCREDIBLY vicious soldiers, and willing to die to the last one. Japanese society has changed drastically in this way, but for some reason some Western people fall all over themselves to apologize for much less--and things things they and their parents weren't alive for and would NEVER do. Of course one should acknowledge terrible things done by ones grandparents, great-grandparents, and great-great-grandparents. I'm not saying otherwise. But surely the most important thing is your society NOW. The world is better off with Japan as it is now, and is not better off with Europe committing suicide.

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Japanese soldiers in WWII were incredibly cruel to Chinese and Korean prisoners … i’m surprised people believe otherwise. there is very little human decency in any war

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It's true that there is very little true human decency in any war. The way the Japanese treated prisoners of war, however, was vastly different from the way Allies treated them. My husband was reading me an account of a WWII sea battle when the Allies sunk a Japanese ship and the sailors all refused to be rescued because drowning was better than the dishonor of being captured. It was a very different culture than any in the West, even the Russians (whose cruelty and willingness to die brought them victory). But they didn't brood about it--they changed.

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"The world is better off with Japan as it is now, and is not better off with Europe committing suicide."

Absolutely correct.

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Why do you believe the sex slave stuff wasn't true?

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I"ve read it various places. Maybe it was, maybe it wasn't. I don't know enough to say.

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Sexual enslavement of Korean women is a fabrication. I believe I saved the article debunking that story and will send it out if I find it.

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Oh, debunking. Everyone does that these days.

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That was a useful and well-written article.

The actual facts may lie somewhere in an unverifiable past. If it turns out that there were, say, only 500 Korean actual sex slaves, would that make their sexual slavery less horrible? Not real enough to matter?

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Well, SCA, the article, as you know, showed that the comfort-women story was invented by a Japanese communist in 1983; that the story had overwhelming evidence against it even being coincidentally true; that the perpetrator of the hoax admitted to his deception years later; that the manipulations of media and governments led to the present situation where any public exposure of the lie results in the destruction of careers and even imprisonment (in Korea); where supposed "comfort women", in their old age, are institutionalized and censored; and so on.

So no, we can't just say that we must partly accept the lie because ... compassion. Corrupt, powerful people are not stupid, and will act in their own interests and against ours under the guise of compassion, or saving the earth, or stopping the spread, or stamping out hate, and any number of fraudulent causes to lead the unwary into supporting their own slow destruction.

As a separate issue, in the East Asian context, while there was nothing intrinsically wrong with Shinzo Abe's refusal to accept the comfort-women lies, it would have gone down much better if he had simultaneously opened up public discussion in Japan of the real crimes committed by the Imperial Army. He didn't, of course.

The purpose of the hoaxer was to create friction between S. Korea and Japan, in the service of Chinese or N Korean interests. He succeeded brilliantly in his aims. But Japan could have prevented this this over the intervening decades not by accepting the lie (as it largely did), but by admitting to the country's many real crimes in the 30s and early 40s; the process would undoubtedly have been slow and painful, but the boil would finally have been lanced. Instead, we have the S Korean government very forcefully suppressing the truth in favor of one lie; while the Japanese government maintains its silence over a multitude of past crimes, with the absurd result that most of the Japanese public is unaware of Japanese history that is well known to the rest of the world.

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I did not use the word "compassion."

And it's a funny thing. I watch a lot of Korean TV shows on Netflix, and a recent supernatural fantasy series had as one of its episodes the situation of comfort women, and the framing plot was how an advertisement for good employment led an unwitting teenager into a military brothel. It was quite a nuanced story--no kidnapping, no dragging off from the family.

I think it would be dishonest to promote the entirely opposite story to the propaganda narrative that there was no brutal sexual enslavement at all. These numbers games, they always serve to obscure real suffering.

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I didn't even put quotes around "compassion", but if you want to dissociatie yourself from it, you can take your pick from the thesaurus. But it's going to be something in that ballpark, surely? You weren't thinking of trading in the truth for the sake of cruelty, for example?

The issue still stands: a story is shown to be a fabrication. Do you

1. admit the story is a lie, or

2. say that the story still has some kind of truthiness to it because other bad stuff happened?

If the story is shown to be a fabrication (and it has), that's the end of that matter.

That in no way stops anyone from talking about the "other bad stuff that happened".

But we're going round in circles now. It sounds as if you're prepared to exchange the truth - just a little bit at a time - for something else (that you don't want to call "compassion"). You think this is a good trade off, and will protect the vulnerable (again, if not that, you can say what the good end is that you have in mind). I think you're overlooking a disastrous chain of unforseen consequences that will ultimately hand all the advantages to the powerful, corrupt and cruel.

(Thanks, by the way, for the reference to the Korean fantasy series on Netflix - that's an interesting development.)

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I read an article in the American Conservative. I haven't read the book, or the research, nor do I know any Koreans who lived through that era, and I have no way of determining the facts. People can make up propaganda for their own purposes, taking a few facts and magnifying them into fabulism.

It's true of course that if, say, a battalion of Japanese soldiers or even a handful or even two had raped several girls and women in a particular village, that is in no way proof of a widescale sexual enslavement practice, and it is common in the history of the world for one dreadful instance to become myth very hard to dislodge.

But I have no way, at this moment, of knowing what the actual numbers and every single one of the facts are.

And I do appreciate the nice narrative you've constructed of what my purported motives are. Well done.

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Excellent article, thanks. For anyone in a hurry, the "comfort women" story was a fabrication in 1983 by a Japanese communist who even admitted to his deception years later, but the emotional momentum behind the story was unstoppable by then.

Opponents should be told either to produce a reference to the comfort women story before 1983, or otherwise to shut up.

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Sounds like the George Floyd case (not to mention Sacco and Vanzetti).

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Look up Minnesota journalist Liz Collin's work on the George Fraud case.

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Glad to see you know that the standard Sacco and Vanzetti story is fiction.

One enjoyable debunking of the story appears on Conundrum Cluster's substack.

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Perhaps, but Unit 731 was real, and the Rape of Nanking and the Nanking Massacre. Irish Chang, who researched the later is sort of a cautionary tale about Nietzsche's abyss staring back. (Shot herself in the hills outside Sunnyvale CA) There's a Tan Twan Eng novel about that happening in Malaysia. Rape not happening in war and conquest would be the anomaly, even if this particular event is fabricated. Much research and many memoirs about it.

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The Imperial Japanese Army was beyond vicious, but the sex slave story was pure fabrication.

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Upholding historical truth in one area shouldn't be taken to imply anything about our treatment of historical truth in other areas. Japan's reaction to the hoax was the worst of both worlds: until Shinzo Abe, it reluctantly accepted the comfort-women lie (hence the offer of compensation) while remaining silent (including under Abe) about the many real crimes of its Imperial Army in the 30s and 40s.

I'm opposing manipulation, lies and suppression of the truth here (whatever side it comes from) - I'm not trying to pretend that Japan was just the land of Pikachu and Hello Kitty during the 1930s and 40s.

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The thing is, SCA, that exactly the same crap is happening in the UK as well. Mass immigration, two tiered justice system, relentless BBC propaganda, green energy transition, net zero lunacy. Germany and the UK are facing very similar, self inflicted problems. This is not due to Germany having lost the war.

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I did not write that this is because of Germany losing the war.

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This has to be the most disgraceful display of cowardice any police has ever seen, all of this officers should be fired and face jail time for the allowance of the killing, for the dead officer, he shows his lack of situational awareness when he stops restraining and armed threat to stop a fist fight, unbelievably moronic.

Truly the showcase of “good times create weak men”

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100%

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Jun 4Liked by eugyppius

'The police officer who was killed in Mannheim was defending the *right of all of us to speak our minds*.'

Seriously? This from the government that criminalizes speech they don't like?

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Jun 4Liked by eugyppius

Often, well adjusted immigrants feel great shame regarding what their fellow countrymen do as fellow immigrants. They understand the stigma, and will sometimes be more radical in their stance about deportations because they know exactly what the countries are dealing with.

It is the flabby liberals who never knew a moments danger who live in this fantasy land of "everyone deserves a chance".

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It is hard to know for sure but honestly I think you give them too much credit. I don‘t see any proxy shame or moral disgust from this dude‘s co-ethnics.

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Trust me, its there, but these types are in a damned if you do, or don't situation. So they stay quiet.

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How would you? Do you hang around them?

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i work with people of all ethnicities, both at work and in my community. based on my experience, Bash is correct. those in the ethnic communities who speak out against these acts of terrorism/barbarism are immediately ostracized or killed. the reason many of them keep quiet is because of fear for their personal wellbeing in their community; the other reason would be because they see the attack as a “militant doing Allah’s work” since they support islamic fundamentalism! those are generally the 2 sides … the indifferent group generally makes up the largest number in any community.

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Nope, not convincing. We have a sample size of one from a random nobody on the internet.

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The afghan was allowed to stay even his asylum appliance was rejected because he had 2 children in germany and he had the "custody right" you can assume this is done on purpose such tricks are known and spread amongst the rejected migrants to find loopholes to stay.

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Jun 4·edited Jun 4

we need to get rid of such loopholes, deport with his children together.

Problem is germany already has now century record high taxes, means this can not continue infinite with the millions migrants we got, this will implode one day. And one can only hope the migrants move on when there is no wellfare.

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this sounds like a great idea. Where do we deport them to? Their "own country"?

They do not want to go back there.

I think the WEF reset people want a free roam planet. That does not work. Instead, why don't they develop some old uncharted territories, make life better for those people.

Mean time,. countries get mobbed with so many people they do not align with.

I see it here in the US. I am not sure why they live here. They do not engage in communities, they are anti social, uncharitable, and many of them are angry. I would be to.

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"March or die" is a great incentive to get people to leave.

Imagine what Turkey would do if the combined navies of the EU started shipping and dumping our millions of invaders there (Turkey has for 20+ years been one of the prime culprits in flooding Europe with "rapeugees".

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Deport them all to Davos, Geneva and Brussels.

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Jun 4Liked by eugyppius

the policewoman ran away?! Oh, god, the shame.

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Jun 4Liked by eugyppius

It's more common than you might think, when it comes to female police officers.

I've seen it myself. Bystanders intervened and subdued a knife-wielding drug addict at a market, until real policemen could arrive.

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Yes, shameful

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There's a great video of four Swedish policewomen failing miserably to control a single drunk Afghan migrant.

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Jun 4Liked by eugyppius

Like the dreaded “assault rifle”, we now have assault knives, rocks, clubs, swords and just about anything else one can think of that could dispatch a human. It’ll take mountains of managerial legislation to deal with them all…

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Wait until they find out about fists. They will outlaw carrying around hands, as they can very easily be made into fists.

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