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  1. LeBaronSamedi
    August 9, 2018

    From your own article: “And to elevate themselves to the Fourth and final Degree, each member must get into a physical fight with an Antifa militant (Antifa being a radical far-left organization characterized by an opposition to U.S. President Donald Trump and his supporters).”

    What’s that, then? ‘Nuff said.

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    • Hammerson Peters
      August 9, 2018

      Sure, you have a point there. But is hatred against hateful actions (like the ones Antifa routinely commit) a vice or a virtue?

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      • LeBaronSamedi
        August 9, 2018

        Jesus, or any great teacher for that matter, did not teach hatred. The argument is flawed. You said “There’s nothing hateful about their messages in the slightest.” Do you acknowledge your statement to be false, then?

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      • Hammerson Peters
        August 9, 2018

        Yes, that’s why I said “you have a point”. On second thought, most of the people on this list hate forces opposed to freedom. I don’t think that’s a bad thing.

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  2. LeBaronSamedi
    August 7, 2018

    Wow! Great who’s-who of half-baked hyperballistic hyperbolic hamfisted hatred. Nothing Canadian about them — their values are completely un-Canadian, and they’d all be happier in the deep south of the US, if not Moscow, to which, incidentally, they’re all welcome to emigrate.

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    • Hammerson Peters
      August 7, 2018

      Have you ever listened to any of them? I have, and there’s nothing hateful about their messages in the slightest. Quite the opposite, actually.

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    • Hammerson Peters
      August 7, 2018

      Also, I’m still puzzling over what the American Deep South and Moscow have in common.

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      • Le
        August 9, 2018

        As for the parallels between the American Deep South and Moscow, perhaps you might consider pulling yourself away from the great job you do with our nation’s history (and you do it very well, no question), and looking at news beyond our borders and in the world at large. It’s not a huge leap of analytical reasoning and deduction to see them.

        Your Top 10, here, would get on very well with Putin (whom I’ll credit with being the one world leader who has more of his nation’s interests at heart than any other, and who’s far, far more intelligent than people have realized — though still a thug, murderer, and horrid human being).

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      • Hammerson Peters
        August 9, 2018

        Haha, that would be easier to do if mainstream media actually covered something other than Trump’s tweets. But I do recall Trump destroying a Syrian airstrip after that mysterious chemical attack last spring after Putin explicitly warned him not to (Obama had the opportunity to do the same, and never did). He’s also constantly imposing sanctions on Russia. Like he said, there’s never been an American president tougher on Russia since the Cold War.

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      • LeBaronSamedi
        August 9, 2018

        My news doesn’t come from mainstream North American media.

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