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  • ddt 00.09 on June 6, 2017  

    South Korea Bans Reddiwip

    Ah, nitrous oxide, the drug of choice for 10-12 year old skater boys in Eugene, Oregon circa the 1990s is the hot “new” and legal drug of SoKo’s wanton youth. There’s nothing like being out with your wingman an egging him on to huff a balloon of laughing gas before going to a bar to giggle in the corner. When Soko eventually regulates it, those pesky youths will do what every desperate American teen punk does:

    go to the fooking supermarket and buy a can of Reddiwip and take nitro hits off of that (and spill the cream on their clothing, aka “mark of the whippet”, aka “cum stain”)

    This summer will see gals and guys in fits of sniggery rolling on the floor at every quickie mart near you. “What’s the joke?” Easy, you can punch a woman to death and only get three years in the clink, but if you confront the teacher who raped your daughter and then stab him to death, you’re going to do ten years of hard time

    Lee told authorities that his live-in girlfriend expressed interest one night in September 2012 in meeting a man that patronized a bar run by Lee. He said he was already angry at the fact that she had introduced herself to the man at the bar earlier in the evening as a “friend” of Lee’s rather than his “girlfriend.”

    Lee then punched her face four times while she was lying down at their home in Eumseong County, North Chungcheong, police said, and she died on the spot.

    Lee buried her body in a local field, and police were able to track him down last year. The prosecution sought a 12-year prison sentence for involuntary manslaughter and concealment of a body.

    the mother, was sentenced to 10 years for killing a 51-year-old teacher at her daughter’s high school in February after her daughter told her she had been raped by the man. She reported herself to police about an hour after she stabbed him at a cafe in Cheongju, North Chungcheong.

    Kim had told the court she killed the man accidentally, but the court argued Kim had planned the murder by “sending a text message to a relative suggesting she was planning to kill the teacher, and preparing a weapon in advance to meeting the teacher,” adding that “revenge murder calls for a heavy sentence.”

    Pass the Reddiwip. 

    –header image source: Steve.So.Fine (Flickr)


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  • ddt 02.55 on March 22, 2017  

    The Looming War in Korea

    The following is a response to a post on Facebook where the phrase “looming war in Korea” was used:

    ALL Western press don’t know what they’re talking about when they mention either Korea—it’s no joke to say that 95% of articles get stuff about 99% wrong.

    There is no looming war in or with the DPRK, the press, particularly in the West, scapegoat and fear monger every event like it’s the assassination of a duke and “this is it boys / this is war” … it’s just not happening.

    The overall situation, the armistice, the DPRK’s rockets, China’s involvement and South Korea are all constantly and horribly simplified for American consumption. any war would pull the US, China, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and North Korea in immediately as those nations are involved in the so-called “six party talks” that used to happen when an official end to the war was wanted. Four of those countries are in the top ten GDP; Russia is 12th … a war would seriously mess with economies worldwide—yes, world wars do just that, but there aren’t enough crazies involved and there’s nothing to gain aside from some mineral resources in the DPRK which China is already manipulated away. all six nations have everything to lose in a war.

    To make a war on the Korean peninsula a thing, the DPRK probably has to hit the US with a nuke, that’s the only thing that would break the stalemate. such a launch would be detected early and very likely the militaries of the other five nations would move to destroy the missile because of the stakes. But the DPRK doesn’t have that missile and they don’t have the balls to launch one if they did, as the country exists by the sole grace of China as a wedge in regional politics. The very, very, very last thing China wants is to be pitted against its largest customer (the United States) in a war where the interests of South Korea and Japan align and they become allies. Everyone loses and everyone is too rich and busy trying to twist and fuck the world in other ways to ignite this place.

    Consistently, constantly reliable sources on all things “Korea” come via anything with Bruce Cummings speaking (most recently on Democracy Now; linked below); One Free Korea (; the BBC is hit and miss; Al Jazeera is more right than wrong—the South Korean press doesn’t talk about any war unless the DRPK does something to South Koreans, like shooting a tourist on the beach, like attacking and sinking coast guard boats, like shelling a disputed island and killing South Korean citizens.

    Trump is all talk and no action. He could do an op like he did in Yemen, but there’s no way the military brass would go along with it, at least not until the troops in South Korea are finished consolidating at the new base south of Seoul, but even then, the local general, US ambassador, and local advisors would make cooler heads prevail because they understand the situation.

    For a war to happen without the DPRK nuking the US with a missile … Trump would have to replace all the folks in South Korea with morons, specifically morons that did not give any crap about civilian deaths which would easily be 20% of the South Korean population in the first few hours of a conflict without a nuke as conventional artillery positions in the North have the ability to dump enough rounds on Seoul in the first hours and there are more positions than the Joint Forces could eliminate in reasonable-loss-of-life timeframe and those positions have had 60 years to dig in (longer than the Imperial Empire had to dig in in the Pacific) and prepare for air strikes … 20% is the low estimate, Bruce Cummings put this at 33% a two weeks ago—imagine a refugee crisis where not millions, but tens of millions of people flood into China, Japan, Russia, the US territories, and Hawaii fleeing a conventional war on the peninsula …

    … it is just not going to happen.

    A Trump war would be somewhere that has little overall impact on the US economy and his personal wallet, somewhere where multinationals can make a nice buck on death, Syria looked good for this, but that Trump-Putin relationship will probably keep it from happening unless that’s part of their joke.


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  • ddt 20.57 on March 20, 2017  

    Stay Angry; Stay Hungry

    The Boy from Mar-A-Lago

    The Boy from Mar-A-Lago……Available for download: https://sandyandrichardriccardi.bandcamp.com/track/the-boy-from-mar-a-lago-2

    Posted by Sandy and Richard Riccardi on Saturday, March 18, 2017

    Stay angry at what seems hopeless or unchangeable.

    Stay hungry for a life that is better—settling means everything said that you don’t like is fine.

    Focus your anger and hunger and DO SOMETHING off of every social network.

    As you act, share what you DO with everyone on a social network.

    This is how to live in 2017.

    This is how to live in 2017, just a modicum above complacent and compliant. 

    This is how to live in 2017, if living in 2017 isn’t like what you thought 2017 would be in 2016 or 2015 0r 1973. 

    This is how to live in 2017. 

    BandCamp lyrics/mp3


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  • ddt 15.28 on February 17, 2017  

    Why Trump Hating Asshats Are Do Nothings

    This. Read this “article”. It will take less than 10 seconds because it isn’t an article, it’s a 5am tweet. It’s less coherent than the stream-of-angst from the president of the United States of America. This is clickbait:

    Why are the liberals completely overreacting to Trump’s unique style of governing?

    They’re not. He’s a fucking sociopath. And here’s a recipe for raspberry scones:

    source

    The rest is a scone recipe. Literally. 

    This kind of internet segue is a sign of the interrelational quagmire we find ourselves wherein discourse has been replaced by one-offs. Trump is “a fucking sociopath”—why? Cite one example, there’s lots to choose from, so it’s not that hard—it’s just lazy not to choose an example then breakdown why it makes Trump a sociopath. Here, from the NYT transcript of the president’s hour and fifteen minute press conference:

    I will not back down from defending our country. I got elected on defense of our country. I keep my campaign promises, and our citizens will be very happy when they see the result. They already are, I can tell you that. Extreme vetting will be put in place and it already is in place in many places.

    source

    Excepting that a true sociopath has extreme anti-social tendencies and that Trump is almost the opposite of that (as narcissists are extroverts), the other trait of a true sociopath is a lack of conscience. Trump made so many campaign promises trying to be everything to his wide, but mostly white voter base, that’s it’s improbable that he could keep all his campaign promises even if he intended to. Stuff like releasing his tax returns and making Mexico pay for its new border wall (here Time has a nice pre-election round-up of seven campaign promises Trump would be unlikely to keep). Trump has repeatedly dismissed these two things and clearly doesn’t care that folks don’t like that. He does have to care because the law can’t force him to keep his campaign promises and neither can “the people”. 

    He is in office and is doing whatever he pleases which mostly includes chastising his political opponents, the press, the intelligence community, liberals, and SNL. 

    This isn’t a hard thing to write about. It takes a few extra minutes to focus one’s thoughts, to find a few links, and Jenga a post together that has some substance beyond a bar one-liner. 

    And, Ddong Today disagrees with the “he’s a sociopath” armchair analysis. It doesn’t really matter what the psychological makeup of the 45th president is—focusing on that is yet another distraction from the core issues. Like, he is already in office and fucking shit up with his cohort of hate. They’re all off-kilt in some way … then again, so are a lot of regular folks, so again, it doesn’t matter what Trump is, it’s what he’s doing and how we talk about this shit that actually matters.  


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  • ddt 05.25 on January 25, 2017  

    Day … Fuck Your Echo Chamber

    If you thought Ddong Today was going to give you a day-by-day commentary on the Trump administration, then you were wrong. Day-by-days are a joke, a way to affix a false sense of chronology to a period of time to remember it better or more neatly. MSM does day-by-days and then they  stop because that stops selling content and when that happens it gets a lot harder to sell advertising. We will see “week 1” or “the first week” commentaries soon enough and later, “first month”, then “the first 100 days”, and finally, “the first year”. Recap, summarize, distill to the sound byte, and sell—that is our system. 

    There’s too much going on to keep shoehorning into day-by-day posts. Already this browser is bloody with pinned tabs, so much to say and so little time and space and time to say it in. So many issues, the obvious things, the executive orders, the reactions from the right and the left, the schisms, and the unobvious things. 

    We are four days into President Trump’s vision of America. It is not great again, and in many ways, America looks the same as it did last week. But the mood is different—very different. We are four days in and already folks are worn out. How can we tell? Simple: there is no protesting and the meming is way up. 

    (from the left on the left)

    Yes, Spicer and Conway sound like they are talking straight from 1984 .

    Yes, that is disturbing, but how many of President Trump’s cabinet have seen a 1984 movie or read the book? If they had read the book or even seen the movie, their spin doctors would take greater care in how their message is being crafted. They may think their words are smart and original, but without the background knowledge of how things change into absolute authoritarianism, e.g. from news to newsspeak, their self-preception of how they choose to speak seems efficient to them, rather that completely scary to the folks who have read the book; necessary to them rather than dangerous to the folks who have read the book. In this case, attaching their words to those of George Orwell then, means nothing. This meme will travel the leftie echo chamber and everyone will go, “See! These people are insane and power-hungry. They want control. We have to stop Trump.” 

    (from the right on the right)

    Yes, we live in America (or abroad with our American passports). Yes, that is our flag. Yes, that is the president. And, yes, that is how it works.

    Yes, maybe folks should sit down and accept what has come to be … only that isn’t how we all grew up. The American way is to stand up for yourself, for what you believe in. Hollywood movies and hundreds of tv shows repeat these themes throughout our childhoods, teens, and adulthood. We don’t just accept something because someone said so. This sounds great if you’re into this administration. These are all the facts needed to layout why protesting is wrong. No sane American can deny the truth in this meme. It is real. It is life. It is now. (And it isn’t a loose comparison to a book Joe Blow read in middle school). This meme has folks in the righie echo chamber going, “That’s right. You don’t like it? Leave.”

    #ddongtoday #dronesmotherfucker #smashtheechochamber


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  • ddt 20.42 on January 24, 2017  

    Those Skills are Gone, Mr. President

    It’s actually a great plan and alluded to on Ddong Today earlier … but there aren’t enough folks left in all of America with the technical skills required to build even a small Death Star. Not even one to match the size of the president’s ego head. Those skills are long gone. China would have to step in and build it for us.

    So what to do?

    A wall.

    Building a wall will create hundreds of thousands of jobs.  


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  • ddt 12.11 on January 24, 2017  

    Punching Nazis

    Putting things into the contexts in which we were raised:

    • Nazis = bad
    • Nazi haters = good
    • fighting Nazis = good
    • not fighting Nazis = bad
    • punching someone because you don’t like what they say = bad
    • punching someone because they are going to hurt you = okay

    This code wasn’t remembered, a friend had to point it out, and that friend is right. As much as we loathe Richard Spencer, he has as much right as any American to stand on a corner anywhere in America and talk. That is a 1st Amendment right. There are exceptions to that right (read this to understand), which as clearly seen in the video, Spencer was not in or even veering towards. This is a video of an assault. If Spencer filed a police report, the law would be on his side, even if most folks are not. 

    There is a mob mentality as we push forward into the Trump era. Folks are pissed. Looking for things to push back against. And pushing back by decking a guy talking on a street corner because we don’t like him is a bad play. Other than coded hate speech, Spencer has no crime under the Constitution (though one could make a case that shouting “Hail Trump” and alluding to the “Lügenpresse” is a kind of incitation of impending violence by evoking Hitler’s brand of fascism, which would fall into the realm of the earlier referred to exceptions of the 1st Amendment—seriously, read the link). 

    More troubling is the willing acceptance of punching out Spencer as the right thing do because it is an American thing to do. This creates a fallacy in ‘the American way’ way of life:

    Indiana Jones punching a Nazi for self-defense (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade) and Captain America punching out Hitler in a room of soldiers with guns versus an unarmed, non-hate speaking (in the video) Richard Spencer getting punched in mid-sentence. Two of these things are justifiable, one is not. The action of a solitary, anonymous, white man punching Spencer is that it makes Spencer the clear victim. It allows folks to see him as human, as needing protection, as just-a-guy-some-people-don’t-like, as a hero. We don’t need and can’t afford to create martyrs of anyone in the alt-rite movement or any other cluster of folks who don’t agree with the core tenents of what we might call, being a decent fucking human being:

    • non-discriminatory against anyone’s race, class, sex, or orientation 
    • accepting of otherness—specifically religions, gender identities
    • non-exclusionatory politics
    • empathic of those in need—specifically refugees
    • philanthropic

    Nick Spencer, perhaps most famous for writing the Captain-America-is-really-a-Hydra-agent comic book storyline (pro-tip: Hydra = Nazis), made a similar distinction between punching Nazis and punching Spencer:

    The NYT ran an article of its own: Attack on Alt-Right Leader Has Internet Asking: Is It O.K. to Punch a Nazi? Not many saw or read this article, but Betteridge’s Law of Headlines says, ‘No, it isn’t O.K. to punch a Nazi.’

    Remember too, that President Trump on the campaign trail last year advocated similar violence against protesters at his rallies.

    The martyrization of Spencer, the lawlessness of him getting punched in the face on the street, the ‘yays’ of the internetz, the memes that have followed all contribute to the climate of hate and intolerance propped up by Trump himself (and, historically, many others). Folks on the internetz reacting without thinking or “memeing” without considering is not new. Those acts are part of the reason we now call Trump, President Trump.

    Because Spencer is the victim, he and the alt-rite can milk the situation for everything it is worth and more. It is worth a lot, partially because Spencer had fallen to the sidelines of the national consciousness since the inauguration, now he has another 15 minutes to shame America and surely some will wonder why we have free speech at all (and it’s clear that is one direction the Trump administration is pushing—last push, read the link about 1st Amendment exceptions). The solitary, anonymous, white man violated Spencer’s “safe space” (yes, the alt-rite has hijacked terminology created for anyone but white men). Using that language, the video, and everything thing else, there is a bounty on that solitary, anonymous, white man’s nameExpose The ANTIFA Who Sucker Punched Richard Spencer.

    Ponder that for a moment. 

    A bounty. Not for a head. Not dead or alive.

    A bounty for a name.

    What happens to this solitary, anonymous, white man once his name is known to the alt-rite. What happened to the Jews between the walls? What happened to the freedom fighters in the basement? What happened to the black man on his way home?

    But this is 2017, you say. Okay. This is what will happen to the solitary, anonymous, white man once his name is known to the alt-rite in 2017:

    • he will definitely be given a black eye, but probably much worse (the Nazi way)
    • he will probably be doxed (see ‘doxing‘)
    • he will be harassed at his place of work
    • he will be harassed at home
    • his family, if he has one, will be threatened
    • the police will probably not be able to help him since none of the perpetrators will be known

    Folks on the internetz are aware of the bounty and the ramifications of it, and in typical internetz fashion have attached a hashtag to the situation #IPunchedRichardSpencer. The idea is to flood the internetz with so many people claiming to be that solitary, anonymous, white man that the alt-rite won’t be able to find him. 

    It doesn’t work like that and the hashtag isn’t as proactive or as useful as say, trying to get the site to pull the bounty. The hashtag is the same kind of passive interaction, sharing and tagging in place of speaking and acting, that folks now see as “doing something” to “make a difference” because it’s “better than doing nothing.” But hashtagging and posting is, in fact, doing nothing. Like thousands of folks updating their Facebook statues to show them “at” Standing Rock is doing nothing. Hashtags are meant to gauge popular interest in topics and rank them on a page or make popular topics easy to find, that’s all they do. To wield hashtags in a polarizing way, they have to be coordinated, even loosely, between folks. That is doing something. 

    Doing something would be to try to get the bounty pulled from Wesearchr whose tag line is: Crowdfunding the Truth.

    There’s no truth to be had in outing an assault perp, only vengeance and lawlessness. Wesearchr’s own terms & conditions page makes a good case for pulling the bounty: 

    User Content

    The term “User Content” means any information, text, graphics, video, or other material of any kind whatsoever that you post on the Site or otherwise submit to us. This term includes within its scope (without limiting the generality of the foregoing) both (i) anything that an Asker posts to the Site or otherwise submits to us in order to initiate or oversee a Bounty; and (ii) anything that a Researcher submits to the us as a proposed Answer to a Bounty or in connection therewith.

    You represent, warrant, and agree that you will not contribute any User Content or otherwise use the Services in a manner that:

    1. infringes, violates or otherwise interferes with any copyright or trademark of another party;
    2. reveals any trade secret, unless the trade secret belongs to you or you have the owner’s permission to disclose it;
    3. infringes any intellectual property right of another;
    4. unlawfully violates the privacy or publicity rights of another;
    5. discloses any information that you are contractually obligated to refrain from disclosing;
    6. is libelous, defamatory, indecent, abusive, harassing, threatening, or otherwise violates any law or right of any third party;
    7. creates an impression that you know is incorrect, misleading, or deceptive, including by impersonating others or otherwise misrepresenting your affiliation with a person or entity;
    8. contains other people’s private or personally identifiable information without their express authorization and permission;
    9. contains or links to a virus, Trojan horse, worm, time bomb or other computer programming routine or engine that is intended to damage, detrimentally interfere with, surreptitiously intercept or expropriate any system, data or information; and/or
    10. contains links to other sites that contain the kind of content that falls within the descriptions set out in (a) through (i) above.

    The Wesearchr FAQ page states that the site can’t be used for doxing … :

    Can I use WeSearchr to dox or harass people?
    No. WeSearchr is a journalistic enterprise that publishes information of journalistic value that is in the public interest. Bounties seeking information that is not publishable or is not of any journalistic relevance will not be approved. All Proposed Bounties are reviewed by WeSearchr senior editors before being opened for contributions.

    It’s doubtful, though subjective, that outing the man who punched Spencer is of journalistic interest and the way the internetz work and the rise of CCTV, it’s equally doubtful that he will remain anonymous for very long now that the police have been involved.  


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  • ddt 12.47 on January 22, 2017  

    Why Can’t Anyone Count?

    Check out this CNN site with a thingamajig called a “gigapixel”:

    http://edition.cnn.com/interactive/2017/01/politics/trump-inauguration-gigapixel/

    It’s a massive, scrollable photograph of the inauguration. Be sure to swing a hard right with your mouse/finger and check the massive cluster of people that reaches back to the Washington Monument.

    Whatever the National Park Service (NPS) retweeted, they’ve been forced to delete it. And when putting sooo much faith in their counting, remember that they undercounted the Million Man March in 1995 (emphasis mine):

    within 24 hours after the March there arose a conflict about crowd sizeestimates between March organizers and Park Service officials. The National Park Service issued an estimate of about 400,000 attendees, a number significantly lower than March organizers had hoped for. After a heated exchange between leaders of the march and Park Service, ABC-TV-funded researchers at Boston University estimated the crowd size to be about 837,000 members, with a 20% margin of error.

    Vox is pimping the “no one showed” up story, but the images they have are from probably 30 minutes before CNN’s gigapixel shot was taken. And this tirade isn’t helping:

    Yesterday, at a time when our nation and the world was watching the peaceful transition of power, and as the president said, “The transition and the balance of power from Washington to the citizens of the United States.” Member … some members of the media were engaged in deliberately false reporting. For all the talk about the proper use of Twitter, two instances yesterday stand out. One was a particularly egregious example in which a reported falsely tweeted out that the bust of Martin Luther King Jr. had been removed from The Oval Office. After it was pointed out that this was just plain wrong, the reporter casually reported an con … tweeted out that a Secret Service agent must have just been standing in front of it. This was irresponsible and reckless. Secondly, photographs of the inaugural proceedings were intentionally framed in a way … in one particular tweet to minimize the enormous support that had gathered on the National Mall. This was the first time in our nation’s history that floor coverings have been used to protect the grass on the mall. That had the effect of highlighting any areas were people were not standing, while in years past the grass eliminated this visual. This was also the first time that fencing and magnetometers went as far back on the wall preventing hundreds of thousands of people from a … being able to access the mall as quickly as they had in inaugurations past. Inaccurate numbers involving crowd size were also tweeted. No one had numbers because the National Park Service, which controls the National Mall, does not put any out. By the way, this applies to any attempts to try to count the number of protesters today in the same fashion. We do know a few things, so let’s go through the facts. We know …”

    He then goes into “the facts” as the White House is choosing to spin them today. He goes on about the great reception President Trump received this place and that place, takes a dig at the Democrats, mentions Canada and Mexico. Then chastises the press for not writing about those things. Finally, he follows it all up with a schedule of what President Trump will do tomorrow before walking out.

    It’s easy to miss in the video and maybe in the transcript, too, but the harshness of the press secretary’s tone when he says, “This was irresponsible and reckless.” This is the sitting government adding a layer of aesthetic interpretation to what is being said about them in a public forum. Other governments have done this too, it’s not special, unique, or even worrisome per se, but it is very worthy of note here, because this is presented within a larger context of “fake news”. The reporter says it was a mistake. Brietbart calls it “Fake News on Day One“. Ddong Today calls it ‘jumping the gun’.

    Whatever it was, it is no more irresponsible and reckless than any number of things that have gone down since this fiasco started with a rant about raping Mexicans.

    Forget the numbers and counting, as stated in the Vox article, real counts aren’t known for days or weeks until after an event. The thing to watch are the press conferences, the tone the White House sets down as “acceptable” (e.g. not irresponsible, not reckless), and what other stories, events, people, facts, etc. will fall into the newly defined category of ‘irresponsible and reckless’.

    #blasttheechochamber #ddongtoday

    Update:

    Slate has a comparison of Twitter cover images when the @POTUS Twitter account flipped over. Some President Trump staffer uploaded a picture of Obama’s 2009 inauguration. Of course someone caught it and so there is media fodder about it.

    These “mistakes” feel more like digs and FUs than ignorance. It takes energy to do stuff like this and unless that image was just one in a default upload folder. And President Trump himself has shown again and again that he’s a big fan of the petty dig.

    Meanwhile the counting continues …


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  • ddt 18.12 on January 21, 2017  

    Best part? Wholluped while trying to explain/rationalize his Pepe the frog pin (watch the video):
    http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2017-01-21/far-right-activist-richard-spencer-punched-on/8200106

    QG had this to say in Facebook:

    LOL! The fact that he was punched by a White person makes me slightly giddy! —
    Reason: if he was punched by a Black person – BLM, Black mothers, Democrats, Obama, Chicago, Rap music, Black fathers, sagging pants, chicken, candy bars, Arizona teas, wallets, the air, fake war on police, lies of welfare recipients, ALL BLACK PEOPLE – would be blamed.

    If it were a Hispanic person: Mexico, burritos, the border, rapist, gangs, tacos, jobs being taken, illegal immigrants, need for a wall, tacos, salsa, people who speak Spanish, ALL HISPANIC PEOPLE – would be blamed.

    If it were a Muslim: ISIS, Islam, war, drones, need for a registry, any woman wearing a head covering, any man wearing a turban, Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, anyone with a “Muslim accent,” ALL Muslims – would be blamed.

    Since it was a White guy – The White guy will be blamed. ONLY! So, bravo!


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