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Mar 15, 2019 20:25:22   #
rumitoid (a regular here)
 
For two decades, U.S. counterterrorism policy has focused almost entirely on combatting American and foreign-born jihadis, failing to recognize the growing threat of far-right extremism, writes Janet Reitman for the cover of next week's New York Times Magazine.

Why it matters: A string of domestic terrorism attacks has drawn new scrutiny to law enforcement's inability to squash the violent tendencies of the far-right — a crisis with roots that stretch back more than a decade, writes Reitman, who is working on a book about the rise of the far-right in post-9/11 America.

By the numbers: Far-right extremists have killed more people since 9/11 than any other category of domestic terrorism.

71% of extremist-related deaths between 2008 and 2017 were committed by members of a far-right movement, while Islamic extremists were responsible for 26%, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
Between 2002 and 2017, the U.S. spent $2.8 trillion on counterterrorism. In that time frame, terrorist attacks by Muslim extremists killed 100 people in the U.S.
Between 2008 and 2017, meanwhile, domestic extremists killed 387 people.

The bottom line: "These statistics belie the strident rhetoric around 'foreign-born' terrorists that the Trump administration has used to drive its anti-immigration agenda," per FBI statistics.

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Mar 15, 2019 21:11:51   #
bobebgtime
 
Rum, I get it! Your running five topics stating Trump is a "White nationalist". Methinks thou dost protest too much . You understand where I'm coming from?

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Mar 15, 2019 21:14:06   #
proud republican (a regular here)
 
rumitoid wrote:
For two decades, U.S. counterterrorism policy has focused almost entirely on combatting American and foreign-born jihadis, failing to recognize the growing threat of far-right extremism, writes Janet Reitman for the cover of next week's New York Times Magazine.

Why it matters: A string of domestic terrorism attacks has drawn new scrutiny to law enforcement's inability to squash the violent tendencies of the far-right — a crisis with roots that stretch back more than a decade, writes Reitman, who is working on a book about the rise of the far-right in post-9/11 America.

By the numbers: Far-right extremists have killed more people since 9/11 than any other category of domestic terrorism.

71% of extremist-related deaths between 2008 and 2017 were committed by members of a far-right movement, while Islamic extremists were responsible for 26%, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
Between 2002 and 2017, the U.S. spent $2.8 trillion on counterterrorism. In that time frame, terrorist attacks by Muslim extremists killed 100 people in the U.S.
Between 2008 and 2017, meanwhile, domestic extremists killed 387 people.

The bottom line: "These statistics belie the strident rhetoric around 'foreign-born' terrorists that the Trump administration has used to drive its anti-immigration agenda," per FBI statistics.
For two decades, U.S. counterterrorism policy has ... (show quote)


Do you realize that between 2008 and 2016 guess who was President???...Yes your Obama???..So maybe we should blame obama for white nationalism,huh??

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Mar 15, 2019 21:18:37   #
emarine (a regular here)
 
proud republican wrote:
Do you realize that between 2008 and 2016 guess who was President???...Yes your Obama???..So maybe we should blame obama for white nationalism,huh??




Proud buddy... do you think maybe the fact Obama was black might have something to do with it?...

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Mar 15, 2019 21:34:31   #
rumitoid (a regular here)
 
bobebgtime wrote:
Rum, I get it! Your running five topics stating Trump is a "White nationalist". Methinks thou dost protest too much . You understand where I'm coming from?


Lady MacBeth did that out of guilt, while wringing her hands and saying, "Out, damn'd spot! out, I say!—one; two: why, then 'tis time to do't.—Hell is murky.—Fie, my lord, fie, a soldier, and afeard? What need we fear who knows it, when none can call our pow'r to accompt?—Yet who would have thought the old man to
have had so much blood in him?"

I am not protesting at all; I am reporting. The White Nationalist leaders find Trump in their corner. When he won the presidency, White Nationalists marked Trump's win with Nazi salute. There is a video at an alt-right conference. Why would they do that? His Southern border and immigration policies are enough. If you cannot see that, God help the US of A.

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Mar 15, 2019 21:34:33   #
Sicilianthing (suspended)
 
rumitoid wrote:
For two decades, U.S. counterterrorism policy has focused almost entirely on combatting American and foreign-born jihadis, failing to recognize the growing threat of far-right extremism, writes Janet Reitman for the cover of next week's New York Times Magazine.

Why it matters: A string of domestic terrorism attacks has drawn new scrutiny to law enforcement's inability to squash the violent tendencies of the far-right — a crisis with roots that stretch back more than a decade, writes Reitman, who is working on a book about the rise of the far-right in post-9/11 America.

By the numbers: Far-right extremists have killed more people since 9/11 than any other category of domestic terrorism.

71% of extremist-related deaths between 2008 and 2017 were committed by members of a far-right movement, while Islamic extremists were responsible for 26%, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
Between 2002 and 2017, the U.S. spent $2.8 trillion on counterterrorism. In that time frame, terrorist attacks by Muslim extremists killed 100 people in the U.S.
Between 2008 and 2017, meanwhile, domestic extremists killed 387 people.

The bottom line: "These statistics belie the strident rhetoric around 'foreign-born' terrorists that the Trump administration has used to drive its anti-immigration agenda," per FBI statistics.
For two decades, U.S. counterterrorism policy has ... (show quote)


>>>

Yeaaahhhhh GO WHITE Patriots !

Lock n Load and Get ready for the next phase.

You have no idea wtf you’re talking about TOID... c’mon you’re in over your head.

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Mar 15, 2019 21:56:29   #
rumitoid (a regular here)
 
Sicilianthing wrote:
>>>

Yeaaahhhhh GO WHITE Patriots !

Lock n Load and Get ready for the next phase.

You have no idea wtf you’re talking about TOID... c’mon you’re in over your head.


Maybe. It's a forum. Let's talk.

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Mar 15, 2019 22:15:10   #
Sicilianthing (suspended)
 
rumitoid wrote:
Maybe. It's a forum. Let's talk.


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Simply put this is all baked in, I’ve been trying to tell you guys this was coming for years.
Sadly it hasn’t happened here yet in our house but it’s coming any day now.

This needs to happen.

This is how we will change the narrative and expose the traitors, infiltrators and sympathizers.

Know this.

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Mar 16, 2019 04:29:21   #
Kevyn (a regular here)
 
proud republican wrote:
Do you realize that between 2008 and 2016 guess who was President???...Yes your Obama???..So maybe we should blame obama for white nationalism,huh??


The white nationalists are the ones to blame for white nationalism and the idiot Pumpkinfuhrer is one of them and their leader.

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Mar 16, 2019 09:43:01   #
PJT (a regular here)
 
Rumitoid...what a load of scrap. State your sources so we can check your alleged facts.

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Mar 16, 2019 10:09:53   #
TrueAmerican (a regular here)
 
rumitoid wrote:
For two decades, U.S. counterterrorism policy has focused almost entirely on combatting American and foreign-born jihadis, failing to recognize the growing threat of far-right extremism, writes Janet Reitman for the cover of next week's New York Times Magazine.

Why it matters: A string of domestic terrorism attacks has drawn new scrutiny to law enforcement's inability to squash the violent tendencies of the far-right — a crisis with roots that stretch back more than a decade, writes Reitman, who is working on a book about the rise of the far-right in post-9/11 America.

By the numbers: Far-right extremists have killed more people since 9/11 than any other category of domestic terrorism.

71% of extremist-related deaths between 2008 and 2017 were committed by members of a far-right movement, while Islamic extremists were responsible for 26%, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
Between 2002 and 2017, the U.S. spent $2.8 trillion on counterterrorism. In that time frame, terrorist attacks by Muslim extremists killed 100 people in the U.S.
Between 2008 and 2017, meanwhile, domestic extremists killed 387 people.

The bottom line: "These statistics belie the strident rhetoric around 'foreign-born' terrorists that the Trump administration has used to drive its anti-immigration agenda," per FBI statistics.
For two decades, U.S. counterterrorism policy has ... (show quote)



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Mar 16, 2019 15:27:15   #
Lt. Rob Polans ret. (a regular here)
 
Sicilianthing wrote:
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Yeaaahhhhh GO WHITE Patriots !

Lock n Load and Get ready for the next phase.

You have no idea wtf you’re talking about TOID... c’mon you’re in over your head.


Three (maybe more) things; 1. I agree wholeheartedly. 2. I've seen the alt.right just on GAB.ai and yeah most are white whatever you want to call them. 3. I've been at the border for over 2 years and Trump is NOT exaggerating, it's a crisis. I thought I was a patriot just being in the corps and was, but I saw action was needed and did it. To me that is true patriotism, the border agents are over their heads or as a few have said, "broken arrow." TXMinuteMen have the state secured well in some places, I wish I could say all. We need more veterans, ex-police or firefighters down there. I may be at Arizona (my mom lives there and she's clueless) if they get the wall up in TX.

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Mar 16, 2019 15:40:22   #
rumitoid (a regular here)
 
PJT wrote:
Rumitoid...what a load of scrap. State your sources so we can check your alleged facts.


You want to borrow my laptop so you can google it yourself and thus see it with your own eyes, instead of me citing my sources and you dismissing them? That is what happens here. Oh, and are you somehow speaking for or representing OPP on this? You said, " State your sources so WE can check your alleged facts." If you said something I doubted was true, I take it as being a natural response to research it. I pursue truth, I don't wait for it to be ladled to me. It is very difficult for me to comprehend not to research for oneself anything in question. Why not?

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Mar 16, 2019 21:23:42   #
teabag09 (a regular here)
 
proud republican wrote:
Do you realize that between 2008 and 2016 guess who was President???...Yes your Obama???..So maybe we should blame obama for white nationalism,huh??


He doesn't get it! We are tired of having anti-American BS shoved down our throats. We are done with it. It's their turn to be in the barrel. Lori, if you don't understand that phrase I'll IM you. Mike

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Mar 16, 2019 21:26:41   #
proud republican (a regular here)
 
teabag09 wrote:
He doesn't get it! We are tired of having anti-American BS shoved down our throats. We are done with it. It's their turn to be in the barrel. Lori, if you don't understand that phrase I'll IM you. Mike


What phrase,Mike??

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