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  1. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: Stormcorw 06.12.07 - 15:07

    The "Antifa-Fascists" does not come from me but is the headline of the first comment by Tyler Durden ;-)
    I wanted to correct it.

    What do you do all day as an Antifa? Probably the same as many other people. Work and live ... and not, as many people have probably seen, light cars, build barricades and beat up the Nazis ... (k, the beating happens every now and then ... but I would rather have "folk festival disputes" times call)
    Executor wrote:
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    > Stormcorw wrote:
    > --------------------------------------------------
    > -----
    >
    >> Despite the fact that I'm an antifa,
    >
    > Interesting what you do as an Antifa all over the place
    > Day?
    >
    >> By the way, you don't call that
    > "Antifa fascists"
    > but usually
    > "Left fascist" ;-)
    >
    > Antifa-fascists are doubly mocked because Antifa
    > does not mean anything other than anti-fascist.
    >
    > By the way, you can read it in wikipedia.
    >
    > P.S. otherwise I am completely one with you
    > Opinion!


  2. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: Stormcorw 06.12.07 - 15:22

    Apophis wrote:
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    > On what basis?
    > In addition, it was not invented by Hitler.
    > The Romans also used the greeting.
    > And the swastika has been around for thousands of years
    > Before Hitler, in Asia you will find it everywhere, applies
    > there as a sign of health and happiness.
    >
    > And if you are consistent you should too
    > equally forbid the USSR flag.
    > Historically, communism has more
    > People on the conscience as fascism.


    Just next to it is also over.
    The Hitler salute in the German legal understanding is the right arm stretched forwards / upwards. It is not the same as greeting Caesar ...
    The greeting to Caesar was what Hitler himself showed, that is, an arm bent at the side. I don't even know whether this greeting itself is forbidden. At least it's right arm.
    So leave these excuses like "I'm a Charlie Chaplin fan ..."

    Swastika in asia? Right. However, only a nursery hannes will believe that you are a fan of Asian culture when you have a CD by Frank Renneke at home or you decorate your boots with white laces ...
    Incidentally, you can test yourself with such meaningless comments by showing the exact meaning and history of the Asian "swastika" WITHOUT researching the net beforehand. Because if you get such sayings out, you should also know what you are talking about ;-)

    Furthermore, communism just doesn't have more people on its conscience than fascism.
    Just add the 3rd Reich, Mussolini dictatorship and Franco dictatorship and compare that with Stalin, Khmer Rouge and Viet Cong.
    Hitler alone has 55 million people on his conscience through a war of extermination (soldiers, civilians, Roma, Sinti, Jews, etc.)
    So he is very much at the top (undefeated by the way, not even by the ASU)
    Oh yes, hammer and sickle ;-) Hit yourself on your shirt and take it to the cops. You will notice something there.

    The contribution is based on German jurisprudence. What is abroad is completely wayne in this context.

  3. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: critic 06.12.07 - 15:23


    The problem is that the only raison d'être for many left groups seems to be to fight their right-wing opponents.

    But that is not productive for a community - comparable to a state that only consists of soldiers to protect it.

    The left movement - just like the right - failed politically many decades ago. Everything that comes from both sides can only be described as "pathetic".

    The extremists on both sides exist only for their own sake and are superfluous ballast for society.

  4. Re: Strange also what role models "the left" have ..

    Author: Stormcorw 06.12.07 - 15:25

    Bernd das Brot wrote:
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    > there are obviously good ones
    > Murders and Evil Murders
    >
    >


    So according to the USA, Israel and Schäuble ...
    (I'll leave out irony lines, because irony and truth are in this sentence)

  5. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: FranUnFine 06.12.07 - 15:28

    venki wrote:
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    > Prian wrote:
    > --------------------------------------------------
    > -----
    >> Otter noses finest otter noses ......
    >
    > Could you please return to the topic?
    >
    > Yes? Ok, so - what are you: Popular Front of Judea
    > or Judean Popular Front?
    >


    Campaign for a free Galilea, of course.

    __________
    Whiskey, Ferraris and gambling; aren't they rather more amusing than knitting, housekeeping and one's savings.
    - Francoise Sagan

  6. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: JTR 06.12.07 - 15:34

    Tyler Durden wrote:
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    > "We are the good guys, we save the world from you
    > great danger and therefore we can at the
    > Don't be squeamish about our means "
    >
    > There are always those on both sides
    > same pseudo-arguments to misbehave
    > to be able to.

    Extremes do not matter whether from the left or the right, in the end the same mentally poorly gifted idiots.

  7. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: haggle 06.12.07 - 15:35

    FranUnFine wrote:

    >
    > Campaign for a free Galilea, of course.
    >


    Have you had enough of the Romans too?

  8. the frustration comes from the middle * giggle *

    Author: cute 06.12.07 - 15:42

    Realizing quarkism, honestly!

    hail Eris

  9. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: romaniitedomum 06.12.07 - 15:50

    haggle wrote:
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    > FranUnFine wrote:
    >
    > >
    > Campaign for a free Galilea
    > of course.
    >
    > Have you had enough of the Romans too?


    when I read the comments here, my eyes go gray and hair go blind.

  10. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: Camouflaged with a beard 06.12.07 - 15:55

    Executor wrote:
    -------------------------------------------------------
    >, The life of wrote:
    > --------------------------------------------------
    > -----
    >> Brian wrote:
    >
    > --------------------------------------------------
    >
    > -----
    >> Jehovah - Jehovah: D
    >
    > IT WAS SHE, IT WAS SHE, UH, IT WAS HE, IT
    > WARS!
    >
    > Are there women among us here?

    (In a deep, disguised female voice :) No No No No ...

  11. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: Heretic 06.12.07 - 15:56

    THE GORF wrote:
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    > Tyler Durden wrote:
    > --------------------------------------------------
    > -----
    >> "We're the good guys, we're saving the world
    > one
    > great danger and therefore we can
    > at the
    > Not squeamish about our means
    > to be "
    >
    > It's always up
    > both sides die
    > same pseudo-arguments,
    > to misbehave
    > to be able to.
    >
    > If necessary, some people would too
    > Gas
    > approve of all rights
    >
    > TD
    >
    > He said gassing. Stone him!
    >
    > ---
    >

    okay ... who was that? .... who threw the first stone?



  12. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: Camouflaged with a beard 06.12.07 - 15:57

    Heretic wrote:
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    > THE GORF wrote:
    > --------------------------------------------------
    > -----
    >> Tyler Durden wrote:
    >
    > --------------------------------------------------
    >
    > -----
    >> "We are the good guys, us
    > save the world
    > one
    > great danger
    > and that's why we can
    > at the
    > Choice
    > Not squeamish about our means
    > to be "
    >
    > It's always up
    > both
    > Pages the
    > same pseudo-arguments,
    > around
    > misbehave
    > to be able to.
    >
    > If necessary, some people would too
    >
    > Gas
    > approve of all rights
    >
    > TD
    >
    > He has
    > Gas said. Stone him!
    >
    > ---
    >
    > okay ... who was that? .... who has the first stone
    > thrown ??
    >
    >


    The left with his complaint against Wikipedia ...

  13. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: Heretic 06.12.07 - 15:58

    Muhaha wrote:
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    > Tyler Durden wrote:
    > --------------------------------------------------
    > -----
    >
    >> If necessary, some people would too
    > Gas
    > approve of all rights
    >
    > If necessary? There are enough that no problem
    > have to shoot Nazis with the law of justice
    > leave AND then on request (in personal
    > Dialogue) still proudly stand by it.
    >
    Nazis only ??
    I am in favor of disposing of all those who have an IQ below 120.
    After all, most of our problems result from the stupidity of our fellow human beings. ;)

  14. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: FranUnFine 06.12.07 - 15:59

    romaniitedomum wrote:
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    > if i read the comments here then i will
    > my eyes are gray and my hair is blind.

    Oh dear, you can also be stabbed.

    __________
    Whiskey, Ferraris and gambling; aren't they rather more amusing than knitting, housekeeping and one's savings.
    - Francoise Sagan

  15. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: Jay Um 06.12.07 - 15:59

    Sancho P. wrote:
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    > * Stupid ramblings *

    Don't worry, at some point you will also reach the age at which you understand what anti-fascists are ...

  16. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: Camouflaged with a beard 06.12.07 - 16:01

    quark wrote:
    -------------------------------------------------------
    >> If necessary? There are enough that no
    > Problem
    > have with it, Nazis stand by law
    > shoot to
    > leave AND then on request
    > (in personal
    > Dialogue) still proud
    > stand for it.
    >
    > Personally, I just don't necessarily want to go into this
    > Lower the level and like the Nazis people
    > sentenced to death.
    > Who of you is without sin, cast the first
    > stone. admittedly it's tough for people like that
    > Not to be desired but it goes against the principle
    > of human rights. and if we always excepted
    > do who and what deserves human rights,
    > I advocate calling our state USA
    >
    >

    Already knew? Heard on the radio today: The United States is the country with the most prisoners in relation to its population. Less than China, Iran, Iraq ...

    I am already waiting for comments like "... many who still live in jail in the USA would have been executed in other countries ..."

  17. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: Heretic 06.12.07 - 16:02

    quark wrote:
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    >> If necessary? There are enough that no
    > Problem
    > have with it, Nazis stand by law
    > shoot to
    > leave AND then on request
    > (in personal
    > Dialogue) still proud
    > stand for it.
    >
    > Personally, I just don't necessarily want to go into this
    > Lower the level and like the Nazis people
    > sentenced to death.
    > Who of you is without sin, cast the first
    > stone. admittedly it's tough for people like that
    > Not to be desired but it goes against the principle
    > of human rights. and if we always excepted
    > do who and what deserves human rights,
    > I advocate calling our state the USA
    >
    >

    We could clearly define the term human.
    Then we would also know who can enjoy human rights
    comes and who doesn't. * gg *
    - No human right for monsters! -;)

  18. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: Heretic 06.12.07 - 16:04

    Disguised with a beard wrote:
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    > Heretic wrote:
    > --------------------------------------------------
    > -----
    >> THE GORF wrote:
    >
    > --------------------------------------------------
    >
    > -----
    >> Tyler Durden
    > wrote:
    >
    > --------------------------------------------------
    >
    > -----
    >> "We are the good guys,
    > we
    > save the world
    > one
    >
    > great danger
    > and that's why we can
    >
    > at the
    > Choice
    > Not our means
    > squeamish
    > to be "
    >
    > They are
    > again and again
    > both
    > Pages the
    >
    > same pseudo-arguments,
    > around
    > yourself
    > misbehave
    > to be able to.
    >
    > If necessary, some people would too
    > that
    >
    > Gas
    > all rights
    > approve
    >
    > TD
    >
    > He has
    > Gas said. Stones
    > Him!
    >
    > ---
    >
    > okay ... who was that? .... who has the first
    > Stone
    > thrown ??
    >
    > The left with his complaint against Wikipedia ...

    lol

    It will only be stoned when I give the start signal!
    Even if someone says "gass"!

  19. Re: Strange also what role models "the left" have ..

    Author: Herb 06.12.07 - 16:04

    Bernd das Brot wrote:
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    > Dictators and murderers like Fidel Castro and Che
    > Guevara and what they are all called. THAT seems then
    > but to be ok ... there are obviously good ones
    > Murders and evil murders, as well as good dictators,
    > as well as very bad ....

    Good and bad, right and wrong, valuable and worthless, depend on the context of contemporary history.

    You cannot finally resolve political (and religious) conflicts anyway (even if you were to eliminate the other side) because there are no static - let alone universal - values. Technically speaking, even starting a discussion is a sign of a lack of wisdom.

    So the groups drive sometimes more, sometimes less consistently or brutally in one direction until things can no longer go on (extreme rash) - and then they turn around. And history consequently has the dreary quality of repeating itself over and over again ...

    Democracy is the latest attempt to break out of this circle. The uncompromising focus on compromises has at least (so far) prevented the extreme fluctuations - but obviously at the price of culture.

  20. Re: anti-fascists

    Author: Heretic 06.12.07 - 16:07

    Disguised with a beard wrote:
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    > I am already waiting for comments like
    > "... many who would still be living in prison in the USA
    > already executed in the other countries
    > been ... "


    I thought it was rather the other way around * brooding *
    And finally take off the wrong beard, in doing so you are violating the Vermmumungsgesetz. Only police officers are allowed to mask themselves here!
    * gg *

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