marcus leong wrote: ↑
Fri Aug 18, 2017 12:44 am
Nope. 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.
Also the guy that bitch about political correctness going to be political correct on nazi? What the fornicate.
It was a rally to protest the removal of a statue. Not a literal Nazi rally, though obviously many white supremacists, white nationalists and Neo-Nazis turned up to it.
The Unite the Right rally (also known as the Charlottesville rally) was a violent protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, from August 11–12, 2017, to oppose the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee in Emancipation Park. Protesters included white supremacists, white nationalists, neo-Confederates, neo-Nazis, and various militias.
If someone can post something proving it was literally a Nazi rally, I'll happily concede this point.
In addition to that, there are definitely two sides to this. The Alt-Right who want to control race and the Alt-Left who want to control thought, both willing to use violence to achieve their goals. However one side seems to be getting a pass because people think it's a slam dunk to just say 'they are Nazis and Nazis are bad, why is he condemning both sides and not Nazis?'. The other side is using the same methods, but these are the 'good guys' and 'doing it for the right reasons' apparently. They don't just shut down white supremacist events. They shut down any events where they simply don't agree with the speaker, even punching and throwing bricks at you if they don't like your opinions. It's 'think our way or else'.
Donald Trump is right to condemn both sides.