marcus leong wrote: ↑Fri Aug 18, 2017 12:44 amNope. There are no both side on this. This is literally a nazi rally. Millions die world wide to fight nazi. There's no both side in this instance.Martin wrote: ↑Thu Aug 17, 2017 4:01 pmI think that's a bit of a stretch. He said not everyone on the protest was a Nazi and that there were 'very fine people' on both sides.
It seems simple enough to me to work out but this is why I always have to go and look for what was actually said, it's like when people went nuts about Sadiq Khan 'saying' that terror attacks are part of living in a big city, which isn't what he actually said. He said that being prepared for them is part of living in a big city, which obviously it is, every world city will have a plan in place for if they are attacked.
He did condemn it, he condemned both sides, I mean is it different to Corbyn condemning all bombing during the Troubles when he was asked about the IRA? People wanted him to specifically condemn one group. I don't get it, political violence is wrong or it's not.Not condemning their hate is fuelling what they are doing. They admitted it themselves. They were happy with his comments.
Its 2017, we have Nazis rioting in the streets and a president refusing to condemn their violence because the anti-protesters didnt have a permit
He also compared the founding fathers to Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson
Also the guy that bitch about political correctness going to be political correct on nazi? What the fornicate.
More people have died at the hands of communism than Nazism. Yet the left seems to excuse and even embrace communism. fornicate upside down world we live in.