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  • #31
    Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
    Totally. The white supremacist body count is now neck and neck with lightning for most deaths.

    When will the feds finally get serious about these dual menaces? We must outlaw hate speech and speeding Deloreans.
    Oh no, lightning kills far more actually. The greatest terror threat in the US continues to be from Muslims as I've posted several times before which continues to be ignored in favor of repeated attempts to draw this White Bogeyman myth.

    Interracial homicide is still mostly black-on-white, but somehow all these whites are going around capping people. These lazy ****s, like the genius who made this thread, don't look at the actual data and instead post op-eds that promote a political position.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by L.A. BRONCOS FAN View Post

      Lawnmower accidents == white supremacist terrorism?

      I know you're invested in white knighting white supremacists, but this just reeks of desperation.
      There's no competition between Muslims being the largest source of terror in the US and any other causes of it and you aren't bitching about Muslims. At the very least, since you're silent about Islamic terror and continue to circle the ideological wagons around the Islamic faith regardless of its global fruits, you can at least be consistent and stop playing make-believe there's a pervasive threat of "white supremacist terrorism," whatever in the hell that is.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Dr.10-307 View Post
        The other thread was locked, so he had to start the conversation all over again.
        Yep and he completely ignored the data I posted which proves this thread title is a complete hoax.

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        • #34
          From U.S. Government Accountability Office:

          Since September 12, 2001, the number of fatalities caused by domestic violent extremists has ranged from 1 to 49 in a given year. As shown in figure 2, fatalities resulting from attacks by far right wing violet extremists have exceeded those caused by radical Islamist violent extremists in 10 of the 15 years, and were the same in 3 of the years since September 12, 2001. Of the 85 violent extremist incidents that resulted in death since September 12, 2001, far right wing violent extremist groups were responsible for 62 (73 percent) while radical Islamist violent extremists were responsible for 23 (27 percent). The total number of fatalities is about the same for far right wing violent extremists and radical Islamist violent extremists over the approximately 15-year period (106 and 119, respectively). However, 41 percent of the deaths attributable to radical Islamist violent extremists occurred in a single event—an attack at an Orlando, Florida night club in 2016 (see fig. 2). Details on the locations and dates of the attacks can be found in appendix II




          Page 4 GAO-17-300 Countering Violent Extremism



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          • #35
            Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post

            It's actually about whether you can "downplay" something that kills about as many people as lawnmowers.
            He's race baiting and posting left wing trash to create a racist panic.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by El Minion View Post
              Gotta omit 9/11 because it blows all the other stats out of the water.

              Far right violent extremist attackers are characterized by ECDB as having beliefs that include some or all of the following:

              • Fiercely nationalistic (as opposed to universal and international in orientation);
              • Anti-global;
              • Suspicious of centralized federal authority;
              • Reverent of individual liberty (especially right to own guns; be free of taxes);
              • Belief in conspiracy theories that involve a grave threat to national sovereignty and/or personal liberty;
              • Belief that one’s personal and/or national “way of life” is under attack and is either already lost or that the threat is imminent; and
              • Belief in the need to be prepared for an attack either by participating in or supporting the need for paramilitary preparations and training or survivalism.
              Stupidest **** I've ever seen. This includes black nationalists, anti-globalist, anti-capitalist radical leftists, centrist anti-globalists, anarchists, etc. Whoever defined this is absolutely clueless. The dataset includes the murder of a child molester for street cred and two murders during a home invasion. Piss-poor criteria, piss-poor research quality. Sad to see the US Govt publishing **** like this.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by nyuKKK

                Gotta omit 9/11 because it blows all the other stats out of the water.
                ^

                The same type of logic used by nyuKKK and other wingnuts when they point to a time in the Southern U.S. before the Civil Rights Act to make the argument that "Democrats are the real racists."

                In this case, nyuKKK's calendar ends on 9/11/2001, and he's obliged to ignore everything that's happened since then.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by nyuKKK

                  He's race baiting...
                  In nyuKKK's thinking, white supremacist = a "race."

                  Speaks volumes.

                  Originally posted by nyuKKK
                  ...and posting left wing trash to create a racist panic.
                  Didn't realize the FBI director spoke for the "left wing."

                  But today — faced with a threat that the FBI director says amounts to an enormous portion of all terrorist threats against the US — the White House reportedly refused to allow the Department of Homeland Security to even prioritize domestic terrorism because mentioning white supremacists would " trigger" the president.

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                    • #40
                      As usual, LA only wants to talk about terrorist threats when he thinks right wing whites of some stripe are to blame for them. Yet again, of course, I'm forced to post the numbers. Since LA likes to ignore 9/11/2001, he should even be more appreciative this specific database's numbers are from 9/12/2001 onward.

                      In depth: Terrorism in America after 9/11. Who are the terrorists?

                      As of today 9/15/19, this is what the data are showing.



                      As has already been shown on another thread, the ADL's numbers are intentionally skewed for a specific agenda.

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                      • #41
                        More BS from nyukkk “**** for brains” nyukkk.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by peacepipe View Post
                          More BS from nyukkk “**** for brains” nyukkk.
                          I just posted a nonpartian organization's database on US terrorism. You called names. You have no response, no rebuttal.

                          Further, yesterday I had to go to a hoax thread you posted and notify everyone you posted a hoax news article from a biased leftist website (this before you demanded a non-biased source for my threads, mind you) falsely claiming a guy collecting donations for the border wall was allegedly spending the money on yachts and other luxury goods. So here it is, on this thread, a link just like you wanted - from a nonbiased source. And you crapped on it.

                          You obviously have little concern for facts and little ability to research actual facts.

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                          • #43
                            Ya know, Nyuk Nyuk reminds me of the sad tale of the kid from Globeville, Mississippi. He was just a tad over 6 in 1863 or so when he thought he saw a troop of gun-toting zombies coming towards town. Of course no one believed him because no gun-toting zombies had attacked the town since 1066 when the Vikings go lost and attacked the wrong town. Well, the Kid felt bad but he packed up his toys and called his dog and headed out to the caves. He and he dog atayed there all night. The next day, a Sunday, he and the dog went back to town where he saw all the destruction caused by the gun-toting zombies. He felt bad, but he thought it was okay for that tribe of zombies - also called the Shyte for Brains - should have all the guns they wanted. Cause the Kids; daddy owned the gun store. Then he went to the stadium and watched the game: Vikings versus Raiders. A clean game.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by peacepipe View Post
                              More BS from nyukkk “**** for brains” nyukkk.
                              When the FBI says "we have a white supremacist terrorist problem," nyuKKK takes it as a personal affront.

                              Speaks volumes.

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