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Mr_Gixxer;165085 Wrote:This isn't how I pictured the American Revolution 2.0 at all...

Could end up being the Civil War all over again. . . . . . . .
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(05-01-2015, 04:27 PM)halftrack Wrote:
Mr_Gixxer;165085 Wrote:This isn't how I pictured the American Revolution 2.0 at all...

Could end up being the Civil War all over again. . . . . . . .

Some have predicted it as Obama's plan all along. Civil War, declare Martial Law, use the Army to disarm the citizens. He once even spoke of creating a special Civil Army. He becomes Ruler for life.... I wonder what color he'll pick for the arm bands?

(05-01-2015, 04:27 PM)halftrack Wrote:
Mr_Gixxer;165085 Wrote:This isn't how I pictured the American Revolution 2.0 at all...

Could end up being the Civil War all over again. . . . . . . .

Some have predicted it as Obama's plan all along. Civil War, declare Martial Law, use the Army to disarm the citizens. He once even spoke of creating a special Civil Army. He becomes Ruler for life.... I wonder what color he'll pick for the arm bands?
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#13
The protesters are just dealing with cops when they burn their own neighborhoods down. They are quite aware of what would happen if they started burning down whitey's" neighborhood. So are the politicians.
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A lot of blood will be spilt before that happens. There are too many powerful people with resources that will not let it happen without a fight
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spblademaker;165093 Wrote:The protesters are just dealing with cops when they burn their own neighborhoods down. They are quite aware of what would happen if they started burning down whitey's" neighborhood. So are the politicians.

Yep, some have said they chilled as soon as the Nat. Guard showed up, 'cause the mayor wasn't in a position to tell the Nat. Guard to stand down.
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#16
The Philly protests were basically a carbon copy of the Ferguson one.

Another than a 10 minute kerfuffle when they tried to get on to the Vine Street Expressway, it wasn't the end-time or armageddon. The cops didn't even have riot shields. Combine that with the nightsticks up in the cordon stance and the mounted units out, it looked like a protest from the 1970s.

Sorry to disappoint.
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(05-03-2015, 08:03 AM)ArcticSplash Wrote: The Philly protests were basically a carbon copy of the Ferguson one.

Another than a 10 minute kerfuffle when they tried to get on to the Vine Street Expressway, it wasn't the end-time or armageddon. The cops didn't even have riot shields. Combine that with the nightsticks up in the cordon stance and the mounted units out, it looked like a protest from the 1970s.

Sorry to disappoint.

The mere fact they are protesting against something that didn't happen in their city, amid a thin veil of clear evidence as to the facts, is disappointment enough.
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DeadEye;165166 Wrote:
(05-03-2015, 08:03 AM)ArcticSplash Wrote: The Philly protests were basically a carbon copy of the Ferguson one.

Another than a 10 minute kerfuffle when they tried to get on to the Vine Street Expressway, it wasn't the end-time or armageddon. The cops didn't even have riot shields. Combine that with the nightsticks up in the cordon stance and the mounted units out, it looked like a protest from the 1970s.

Sorry to disappoint.

The mere fact they are protesting against something that didn't happen in their city, amid a thin veil of clear evidence as to the facts, is disappointment enough.

Disappointment?? It's typical.
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(05-03-2015, 05:51 PM)spblademaker Wrote:
DeadEye;165166 Wrote:The mere fact they are protesting against something that didn't happen in their city, amid a thin veil of clear evidence as to the facts, is disappointment enough.

Disappointment?? It's typical.

And therefore disappointing.
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