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    What would happen if the seated woman were to complain about her treatment? She would be told that she just doesn’t like being criticized. Anyone who thinks that’s what’s going on either doesn’t understand the dynamic of mob rule, or is part of the mob.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/08/dc-blm-mob-harasses-white-diners-demanding-they-raise-fists-in-solidarity/
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    A video of Black Lives Matters protesters targeting white diners in D.C. with demands to raise their fists in solidarity has gone viral.

    We covered it earlier today, DC BLM Mob Harasses White Diners, Demanding They Raise Fists In Solidarity.

    The WaPo videographer noted that while those in front were all white, that was at the request of black protesters who told their white allies to move to the front:

    Watching the video, and also preparing for our event on Campus Cancel Culture next Sunday, it struck me that the harassment and image were a perfect metaphor for campus culture.

    The D.C. mob wasn’t on campus, but it was the same dynamic. It’s something I’ve discussed before, the migration of campus culture into the larger culture.

    The boldness of those participating in a mob. The demands for conformity to their agenda. And the insistance that silence will not be permitted.

    One other thing. The person seated refusing to raise her fist in solidarity. What would happen if she were to complain about her treatment? She would be told that she just doesn’t like being criticized.

    Anyone who thinks that’s what’s going on either doesn’t understand the dynamic of mob rule, or is part of the mob.

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    Deranged white people attacking only white people under the banner of BLM with the premise that all white people are racists. All of us. It just doesn’t get much more demented than that.

    These people are sick and self-destructive. Perpetually angry people looking for any reason to lash out.They are always present but now our own government has provided them with that reason. Useful tools. If they succeed, the black shirts will eventually kill off these brown shirts once they are no longer useful. They have a better chance to come out of this alive by losing.

    Where was the restaurant owners. I’d call over the owners to deal with this. If they didn’t, I’d walk out on my bill. It’s their responsibility to make my meal enjoyable.


     
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    Massinsanity | August 27, 2020 at 10:26 am

    “The D.C. mob wasn’t on campus, but it was the same dynamic. It’s something I’ve discussed before, the migration of campus culture into the larger culture.”

    Spot on. The photo instantly reminded me of the scene outside Brett Weinstein’s office at Evergreen College.

    My inclination would be to draw my .45 (yes, a 1911 — I’m an old guy and I’ve used that for defense since I was 7) and ask if they want me to get loud.


     
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    BierceAmbrose | August 27, 2020 at 9:41 pm

    Convince me. Crowding me like that, the answer’s “no”.

    I, personally do not as yet have experience with exactly that sort of public beratement. I do have post-stroke experience with medical folks, admin folks and helpers on a mission who think they’ll push me into what they want right now.

    “If I feel crowded, the answer’s no.”


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