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Old July 14th, 2019, 10:03 PM   #1
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Man, you can cut the disdain Rapinoe has for this young soccer fan with a knife.

https://twitter.com/ABCNetwork/statu...42278910304259

Doesn't even LOOK at the boy.
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Old July 15th, 2019, 03:35 AM   #2
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Please....
It cuts to where a boy hands the ball to someone, no clue how long he was there or if they talked or not.

Ambiguity much? How about a full video and not propaganda
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Old July 15th, 2019, 03:51 AM   #3
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It cuts to where a boy hands the ball to someone, no clue how long he was there or if they talked or not.

Ambiguity much? How about a full video and not propaganda
You may have a point questioning the video. But, I think, for the wrong reasons.
If I am correct, this scene played out at the ESPYs.

The actual first problem is, how does a street urchin kid, hispanic, in jeans and a T-shirt get into a room that is clearly black tie.

This had to be some kind of set up. Given ESPN's love for all things Gay, I doubt it was a set up that was designed to make Rapinoe look bad. But it did.

Hey, Rapinoe, we're gonna trot a kid in for a publicity shot. Sign the ball.
Can you b*tch and moan about full context. Sure. But look at their expressions and body language. That clearly says they could not give a SH*T about the kid in front of them, or the ball she signed.

Her indifference could not be more obvious. Make a fool of yourself and tell me she would have treated a girl with a soccer ball that badly.
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Old July 15th, 2019, 12:50 PM   #4
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There is no before or after video to show if this clip is out of context, but even if it is not, she still signed the ball. Imagine how difficult it is when everywhere you go people ask for autographs, selfies etc. at some points you will either say no intentionally, miss a request unintentionally (and get called out everywhere for ignoring the fan) or maybe sign whist distracted.

Give the woman a break, a great soccer player who you should be celebrating as an icon for soccer, women and the LGBTQ+ society.
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Old July 15th, 2019, 08:45 PM   #5
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There is no before or after video to show if this clip is out of context, but even if it is not, she still signed the ball.

The context was clear. This was a setup. A kid off the street in a room of adults in black tie.

Give the woman a break, a great soccer player who you should be celebrating as an icon for soccer, women and the LGBTQ+ society.
No, I won't give the woman a break. Dykes are the worst. Always so self centered. This woman represents the worst of humanity.
Tens of thousands of men and women have given their lives so that a country like the United States could exist.
No human alive can disrespect our flag and anthem, and then turn around and expect any kind of respect or consideration in return. Least of all some egomaniac dyke who has benefitted nicely living in the US.
When she does her protest, she asserts that she is more important, and better than all that have come before. And that those that died did so in vain. She is nothing more than a vomitous mass.
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Old July 16th, 2019, 09:50 AM   #6
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When she does her protest it is about the treatment that you, and more importantly people in power in the country, from the President down to local police forces and officials give to the LGBTQ+ community.

In a country where free speech is defined in the constitution I wonder about your attack on her right to protest as she sees fit. Similar to the NFL protest to equate this as an attack on the armed services is ridiculous and disingenuous ( I can define that if you canít find it on google). The protest is about the unfair treatment perpetuated by those in power, and sheís using her platform to support the millions who are disadvantage and discriminated against. As a supporter if free speech you donít have to agree with her opinions or protests but should absolutely defend her right to protest in this way.
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When she does her protest it is about the treatment that you, and more importantly people in power in the country, from the President down to local police forces and officials give to the LGBTQ+ community.

Looking "down" on LGBTQ equates to NOT kissing their azz.

... using her platform ...
That is another BIG LIE. Her platform. Her platform starts when she leaves the soccer stadium and hits the sidewalk. Same for NFL players.

When did a soccer game, with a couple dozen players and coaches, thousands of paying fans, and tens of thousands of hours of practice and preparation by thousands of people, when did this event become HER platform? The platform you speak of is a soccer game. It is NOT her platform. She is stealing the platform of all concerned, and making it, wrongly, about her, and the bug up her azz.

NOT HER PLATFORM.
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When she does her protest it is about the treatment that you, and more importantly people in power in the country, from the President down to local police forces and officials give to the LGBTQ+ community.
Actually I would argue against this statement, and by the vast majority of interactions I have seen and the people I have ment they are not biased towards a Person's sexuality in any way or their lifestyle choices. It becomes an issue for "normal" people to give those on the LGBTQ community a cold shoulder because they wont STFU. no one cares, stop cramming your sexuality down peoples throats.

I've known many a little SJW from that community, and when they get treated "unfairly" bu their view of what happened, its typically their fault for some underlying reason. But they're the victims.

Dont get me wrong, I assure you there is discrimination to them, just like there is to anyone. I've been discriminated against, alot, even though I'm the "hetero cis white male" who apparently never sees it. Worse yet I can't even claim my discrimination, I'll be accused of gaslighting, being a xenophobic, misogynist, etc. And that my experience is not real that I wasn't almost gunned down by police, or that people in my area didnt threaten me with serious bodily harm when I was like 15.

I have a loathing for that community, they bully people more than they are bullied on the regular.
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Then you have a very different experience to mine Mort. Iíve experienced bullying behaviour from lots of white males, but never from any gay men (%or women).

Do you agree in the right to freedom of speech? Do you in agree in the right to freedom of protest? What is so wrong about choosing not to sing an anthem of a country you feel oppresses you because of your sexuality or race?

The alternative is do you believe people should be forced to sing the national anthem against their will? Would that really represent the land of the free?
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I have a loathing for that community, they bully people more than they are bullied on the regular.
This is true. They have taken the momentum they built up during the Obama administration and have taken the stance that if you are not praising them enough you are an enemy.
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Do you agree in the right to freedom of speech? Do you in agree in the right to freedom of protest? What is so wrong about choosing not to sing an anthem of a country you feel oppresses you because of your sexuality or race?
You can do whatever you want to. On the sidewalk, when you are NOT on the job. If you cooked burgers at Burger King, do you have the right to protest burger king during your shift? No. You'd get fired. Could you protest Burger King when you were off shift. Well, yes. You'd have a right to, though you'd likely get fired for not showing any sort of support for your employer.

When you are at work, your freedoms are limited. What you do, what you say are limited while you are at work. Freedom of speech my azz. You have all the freedom of speech you want, on you own time. When the stupid football protests were going on, the NFL had an EXPLICIT rule against it. They did not enforce it. People could have been fined into oblivion, or fired.

Making a lie the truth. The Liberal way. No. Not free speech. This is stealing a platform that does not belong to you.
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Sounds like the guys that did this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RShs9fjTcI

Freaking Hilarious.
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So Rufus you believe in the "Land of the Free" people should be forced, against their will, to sing the national anthem? Not such a free society after all.
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Then you have a very different experience to mine Mort. Iíve experienced bullying behaviour from lots of white males, but never from any gay men (%or women).

Do you agree in the right to freedom of speech? Do you in agree in the right to freedom of protest? What is so wrong about choosing not to sing an anthem of a country you feel oppresses you because of your sexuality or race?

The alternative is do you believe people should be forced to sing the national anthem against their will? Would that really represent the land of the free?
It wouldn't matter, discrimination starts when a majority are around a minority. I've had discrimination from just about all types of people, gay, black, white, etc.

The difference with the LBGTQ community is, they only need to know your a "white male" and if you also happen to be "cis heterosexual "? Well now, everything you say is invalid, unless it identically aligns with their opinions.

They cant even keep their anti discrimination in check. Ya know, should not judge against someone for their age, sex, color/race, creed etc...

The tendency of violence against people is a mob mentality trait as well, which goes back to population. Theres plenty of videos out there with people being attacked at events by someone who falls into the LGBTQ culture, so long as if the victims are significantly lower in numbers than the majority violence is immensely more probable

ANTIFA, who do you think the majority of this group is?

As for single to single hate actions , I agree that cis hetero males are top ranking(reguardless of race/ethnicities) testosterone fuels that tendency.
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... you believe in the "Land of the Free" people should be forced, against their will, to sing the national anthem? Not such a free society after all.
In Nazi Germany you were 'free' to not join the Nazi party. You were 'free' to not recognize Hitler as the salvation of the german peoples. But if you exercised this 'freedom' you and everyone around you would be formally blacklisted by the state, persecuted by local law enforcement, ostracized by the local economy.

I am very proud and grateful to be an american... but at times I am embarrassed, even ashamed of actions taken by our various governments (local, state, regional, national) over the centuries.

I strongly support OUR RIGHT to 'take a knee'. I strongly support our right to 'raise a fist'. I strongly support our right to 'not sing'.

Anything less is the silencing of free speech... a step towards NAZI tactics.

Try to prove me wrong.
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So Rufus you believe in the "Land of the Free" people should be forced, against their will, to sing the national anthem? Not such a free society after all.
I believe in balance. We have for decades been under attack by Socialists/Globalists. I also believe in thermodynamics. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

People have been taught to hate the US. Time for the reaction. Kill the haters. And this is constitutional, btw.

Free society? Nothing is free. Everything is bought by the blood of men. Close to time to spill some more.
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I also believe in thermodynamics. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
I also believe in thermodynamics (made a damned good living using thermo and Newtonian physics)... and Newton's Third Law AIN'T thermodynamics.

anyway... the actual topic...

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... Time for the reaction. Kill the haters. And this is constitutional, btw.... Everything is bought by the blood of men. Close to time to spill some more.
So... what is Rufus espousing here? If you do not agree with his ideology's definition of goodness you merit bloodshed?

This is damned scary.
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In Nazi Germany you were 'free' to not join the Nazi party. You were 'free' to not recognize Hitler as the salvation of the german peoples. But if you exercised this 'freedom' you and everyone around you would be formally blacklisted by the state, persecuted by local law enforcement, ostracized by the local economy.

I am very proud and grateful to be an american... but at times I am embarrassed, even ashamed of actions taken by our various governments (local, state, regional, national) over the centuries.

I strongly support OUR RIGHT to 'take a knee'. I strongly support our right to 'raise a fist'. I strongly support our right to 'not sing'.

Anything less is the silencing of free speech... a step towards NAZI tactics.

Try to prove me wrong.
And in steps antifa.... trying to stop free speech with violence. There are more leftist commies.
A person always had the right to free speach, but some of that leftist crap was better unsaid.
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So Fierocious1... if you disagree with me enough it is OK for you to shoot me or for others crack me over the head with a bat?

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Or drive over me with a car?
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