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Well no, you see, because BLM Antifa commies are sniveling back-stabby sorts, they move behind the scenes to influence Good Honest Americans (tm) and make them do what the commies want. GHA's of course don't do that because saying they can influence a country wide movement is of course laughable since they don't have the power in society. They're just their to honestly document.

Nevermind the implication that right-wingers are so dumb that a couple of BLM activists can work a crowd of them to do something "No true American would ever do", we just don't think about that.
I've been making jokes for a couple days about how the 5 members of ANTIFA can infiltrate half their movement without them noticing until now.

Time to step up security, Trumpers. You never know if the guy next to you at the MAGA rally is ANTIFA, pretending to be one of you.
 

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I've been making jokes for a couple days about how the 5 members of ANTIFA can infiltrate half their movement without them noticing until now.

Time to step up security, Trumpers. You never know if the guy next to you at the MAGA rally is ANTIFA, pretending to be one of you.
When you coup alone, you coup with BLM.
 

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Well you wish to be part of society do you not?

That means having to take responsibility for rehabilitating such people.
I wonder if you would say the same about radical Islamists...
I however will say the same: no, no and no. As a society we don't have a responsibility to rehabilitate people who have gone the wrong way. It's the responsibility of those who have gone haywire to get back on the right track. We can decide out of the goodness of our hearts we are willing to help them but ultimately it's their responsibility. At most I believe it's the responsibility of a justice system to make reasonable efforts to aid criminals towards rehabilitation but that's where the societal responsibility ends. (In my opinion)
 

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I wonder if you would say the same about radical Islamists...
I'll answer that for you: he doesn't and has said as much in the past.

I however will say the same: no, no and no. As a society we don't have a responsibility to rehabilitate people who have gone the wrong way. It's the responsibility of those who have gone haywire to get back on the right track. We can decide out of the goodness of our hearts we are willing to help them but ultimately it's their responsibility. At most I believe it's the responsibility of a justice system to make reasonable efforts to aid criminals towards rehabilitation but that's where the societal responsibility ends. (In my opinion)
It is certainly the primary responsibility of the individual to resolve themselves, not least the fact that no-one can rehabilitate unless they want to. But I would go slightly further and say society does have some responsibility to help people (re-)integrate, if we put it on a par as concepts such as socialised healthcare being considered a societal responsibility.
 
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There's always the Romanian solution.
Force them to become travellers?


I wonder if you would say the same about radical Islamists...
I however will say the same: no, no and no. As a society we don't have a responsibility to rehabilitate people who have gone the wrong way. It's the responsibility of those who have gone haywire to get back on the right track. We can decide out of the goodness of our hearts we are willing to help them but ultimately it's their responsibility. At most I believe it's the responsibility of a justice system to make reasonable efforts to aid criminals towards rehabilitation but that's where the societal responsibility ends. (In my opinion)
Well yes I would say the same.

Oh and yes society has been trying to take responsibility with de-radicalisation programs etc.

I think the phrase some-one once said was "We can extend the hand they have to reach out to take it" yes we can only do so much but it does rely on us trying in the first place as such.
 

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On the subject of "it's up to them to reform themselves", we clearly don't do the same thing to crime-ridden, predominately black areas, do we?
This seems like a double-standard.
 

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On the subject of "it's up to them to reform themselves", we clearly don't do the same thing to crime-ridden, predominately black areas, do we?
This seems like a double-standard.
It may seem like it to you, but it is certainly not.
 
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One is one thing. And the other is the other.
One being one thing and the other being another does not necessarily mean that the situations have little in common.
Apples and oranges are both fruit, for example. They have a lot in common.
 

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One being one thing and the other being another does not necessarily mean that the situations have little in common.
Apples and oranges are both fruit, for example. They have a lot in common.
You're the one claiming that there's a double standard.
 

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You're the one claiming that there's a double standard.
Yes, I am.
On the one hand, we try to help predominately black communities with their problems in a myriad of ways.
On the other hand, people are suggesting exiling conservatives until they solve their own problems.