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Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Mount Morris, MI

#21 Apr 9, 2013
Bob wrote:
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I thought you were a fan of Blubbering Beck......
Here you let the infamous Dr X. sully his name by starting a thread about MSNBC being the Official NAZI Party news source, when that isn't anywhere close to what GlennBoi said. Your hero said this all had to do with communism. Never mentions the facist NAZI party once.
Can't you keep your fellow baggers in line?
And you also forgot the fact that the Nazi party in '37 wanted to begin their indoctrination at 3 years old...... Far fetched I guess.....
Dr X

Byron Center, MI

#22 Apr 9, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>....I'm beginning to think we may be needing backround checks on fake news commentators?.....or possibly, before starting threads on Topix?
Nothing fake about it Blue. It's just that you've had your head in the sand too long. Admit it, you know there is a Nazi/Socialist movement in the United States. You're not a part of it are you? Maybe you're just upset over your loss to Louisville last night.
Dr X

Byron Center, MI

#23 Apr 9, 2013
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>
I thought you were a fan of Blubbering Beck......
Here you let the infamous Dr X. sully his name by starting a thread about MSNBC being the Official NAZI Party news source, when that isn't anywhere close to what GlennBoi said. Your hero said this all had to do with communism. Never mentions the facist NAZI party once.
Can't you keep your fellow baggers in line?
Study the history of the Nazi party 1923-1933 and you will find many correlations with the left of today. Communism and Nazi(socialist) are in the end, the same thing. Both strive for person maintenance and both systems rob individuals of their god-given rights in the pursuit of utopia. We know how those systems fared in the past. My question is, why is the left trying it again?
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Brighton, MI

#24 Apr 9, 2013
Dr X wrote:
<quoted text>Study the history of the Nazi party 1923-1933 and you will find many correlations with the left of today. Communism and Nazi(socialist) are in the end, the same thing. Both strive for person maintenance and both systems rob individuals of their god-given rights in the pursuit of utopia. We know how those systems fared in the past. My question is, why is the left trying it again?
There it is! Liberal Fascism coming again....
free thinker

Farmington, MI

#25 Apr 9, 2013
SeenItBefore wrote:
Your selectivness is no longer sad. It's pathetic.
What's sad and pathetic is your lack of willingness to question anything that comes from the far left.
For those that question the sources, let me type it slowly so you can get it through your thick heads: prove.....it....wrong. Shouldn't be too hard if it's as far off as you all like to claim.
Dr X

Byron Center, MI

#26 Apr 9, 2013
free thinker wrote:
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What's sad and pathetic is your lack of willingness to question anything that comes from the far left.
For those that question the sources, let me type it slowly so you can get it through your thick heads: prove.....it....wrong. Shouldn't be too hard if it's as far off as you all like to claim.
You know, I don't think that most of the lefties out here endorse communism and/or Nazi socialism in any way. Having said that though, I can't for the life of me understand their unwillingness to except the fact that there is a movement taking place right now. There is so much ample evidence. I mean, is it really possible or plausible that Beck, Rush, Hannity, etc are making this stuff up? Why? To what ends? The Nazi socialist groups are real and they're not sitting out in rural parts of Idaho with shaved heads. They're wearing suits and skirts.
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Mount Morris, MI

#27 Apr 9, 2013
Dr X wrote:
<quoted text>You know, I don't think that most of the lefties out here endorse communism and/or Nazi socialism in any way. Having said that though, I can't for the life of me understand their unwillingness to except the fact that there is a movement taking place right now. There is so much ample evidence. I mean, is it really possible or plausible that Beck, Rush, Hannity, etc are making this stuff up? Why? To what ends? The Nazi socialist groups are real and they're not sitting out in rural parts of Idaho with shaved heads. They're wearing suits and skirts.
Oh! they want rainbows too..... They just suck.....
SeenItBefore

Jenison, MI

#28 Apr 9, 2013
free thinker wrote:
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What's sad and pathetic is your lack of willingness to question anything that comes from the far left.
For those that question the sources, let me type it slowly so you can get it through your thick heads: prove.....it....wrong. Shouldn't be too hard if it's as far off as you all like to claim.
Do you pay attention at all? I'm the one posting the links/citations to prove these far right scare tactics wrong. Where have you bothered citations disproving what I have posted in rebuttals. I'll help you. You haven't.
SeenItBefore

Jenison, MI

#29 Apr 9, 2013
Dr X wrote:
<quoted text>You know, I don't think that most of the lefties out here endorse communism and/or Nazi socialism in any way. Having said that though, I can't for the life of me understand their unwillingness to except the fact that there is a movement taking place right now. There is so much ample evidence. I mean, is it really possible or plausible that Beck, Rush, Hannity, etc are making this stuff up? Why? To what ends? The Nazi socialist groups are real and they're not sitting out in rural parts of Idaho with shaved heads. They're wearing suits and skirts.
The answer? YES. A resounding yes. Beck, Limpjaw, Hannity, O'Riely have been proven wrong time after time after time and still it makes no difference to the right-wing minions. Fox News has admitted they lie, and STILL the right-wing- minions haven't figured out they are being duped.

Yes the Neo-Nazi movement is in this country. They have been for decades. Have you bothered to check into what political ideology they most resemble. A hint. Definitely NOT Liberal/Progressive/Democratic .

The "Nazi-Socialists hate the United States Government even more than you do.
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Mount Morris, MI

#30 Apr 9, 2013
SeenItBefore wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you pay attention at all? I'm the one posting the links/citations to prove these far right scare tactics wrong. Where have you bothered citations disproving what I have posted in rebuttals. I'll help you. You haven't.
Your view is 20 million dead in Ukraine.... China? 60 Million for your party.... Cambodia, what 40 mill...... All for your warped view of equal justice..... Yeah, Che was a peach.....
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Mount Morris, MI

#31 Apr 9, 2013
SeenItBefore wrote:
<quoted text>
The answer? YES. A resounding yes. Beck, Limpjaw, Hannity, O'Riely have been proven wrong time after time after time and still it makes no difference to the right-wing minions. Fox News has admitted they lie, and STILL the right-wing- minions haven't figured out they are being duped.
Yes the Neo-Nazi movement is in this country. They have been for decades. Have you bothered to check into what political ideology they most resemble. A hint. Definitely NOT Liberal/Progressive/Democratic .
The "Nazi-Socialists hate the United States Government even more than you do.
Wrong how? Killing whole populations is what you desire apparently..... You supporters of molesters you......

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#32 Apr 9, 2013
Dr X wrote:
<quoted text>Nothing fake about it Blue. It's just that you've had your head in the sand too long. Admit it, you know there is a Nazi/Socialist movement in the United States. You're not a part of it are you? Maybe you're just upset over your loss to Louisville last night.
Well, i sure hated that loss.....especially when those damn Nazi Cardinals came out for the second half....lol....
vox veritatis

Grand Rapids, MI

#33 Apr 9, 2013
SeenItBefore wrote:
Do you pay attention at all? I'm the one posting the links/citations to prove these far right scare tactics wrong.
Where's your link to prove that Melissa Harris did not say what she is on video has having said in this link and that she is not employed by MSNBC and that they have not denounced her statement?
http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighb...
Of course, nobody should be surprised at her views, but to espouse the idea that children do not belong to their parents but instead belong to the whole community is beyond wacko and you left wing nutcases are supporting it.
SeenItBefore

Jenison, MI

#34 Apr 9, 2013
Batch 37 Pain Is Good wrote:
<quoted text>Your view is 20 million dead in Ukraine.... China? 60 Million for your party.... Cambodia, what 40 mill...... All for your warped view of equal justice..... Yeah, Che was a peach.....
WHAT????? What does that have to do with what I was talking about? Take a break from the meth and then get back to me.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#35 Apr 9, 2013
....Melissa Harris is doing no more than, promoting the federal/state programs that cultivate social engineering....her actual attempt is to explain away the shortcoming of so many african-americans, in their inability to take responsibility for themselves or their offspring....This genetic or social flaw can be camouflaged, through simply placing the blame on the community.....Sometimes MSNBC can be as full of crap, as FOX....it's just not as in your face.....
SeenItBefore

Jenison, MI

#36 Apr 9, 2013
vox veritatis wrote:
<quoted text>
Where's your link to prove that Melissa Harris did not say what she is on video has having said in this link and that she is not employed by MSNBC and that they have not denounced her statement?
http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighb...
Of course, nobody should be surprised at her views, but to espouse the idea that children do not belong to their parents but instead belong to the whole community is beyond wacko and you left wing nutcases are supporting it.
O M G !!! That's what you take from it? Or is it that you don't have a mind of your own and have to take the word of Mike Shortridge that that's what it meant.

So I can take from it that children should not be brought up to be productive members of society? That if I'm driving down the street and see that your child is being lured into a strange cargo van by someone I should just keep driving by because that is your responsibility as the parent and not mine because the child is not mine? That I should have no concern whatsoever that your child gets a quality education because as long as mine is it doesn't matter that yours won't? That as long as my children are being fed properly and treated well it shouldn't matter to me that yours aren't? If I'm walking down the sidewalk and see your child hit by a car I should just keep walking because after all I'm not the parent?

Did you not hear Ms. Harris-Perry's opening statement about the lack of investment in public education so ALL children have the opportunity for an education so they make can their own way in life?

Now I can't be in her head to know exactly that's what she was saying but that is what I heard her comments to mean, and by listening to her opening statement.

And did you not notice Ms. Harris-Perry is BLACK? Since when did the Nazis take a liking to Blacks, much less let them joint the Nazi movement?
SeenItBefore

Jenison, MI

#37 Apr 9, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
....Melissa Harris is doing no more than, promoting the federal/state programs that cultivate social engineering....her actual attempt is to explain away the shortcoming of so many african-americans, in their inability to take responsibility for themselves or their offspring....This genetic or social flaw can be camouflaged, through simply placing the blame on the community.....Sometimes MSNBC can be as full of crap, as FOX....it's just not as in your face.....
Ms. Harris-Perry can not be, should not be , labeled a social engineer because she is Black. Henry Ford was first and foremost a social engineer.
"The irony was that in trying to make over his workers in terms of ''Americanization'' and ''Fordliness,'' Ford created a form of Big Brotherism that was closer to the totalitarian model. At a time when 70 percent of his work force was foreign-born, Ford's Sociological Department was commissioned to intrude on the private lives of his employees. Inspectors were sent to their homes to question them about their marital life and their finances to see if they were worthy enough to work for Ford. It seems amazing that people would tolerate such interrogation, but their jobs depended on it."
http://www.nytimes.com/1986/07/13/books/intri...

"Narrator: But Ford didn't limit his reforms to the classroom. He was determined to change how his workers lived. In the months following the five-dollar day announcement, neatly dressed men prowled Detroit's working class neighborhoods seeking out the family, friends, and landlords of Ford employees. They were inspectors from the new Ford Sociological Department, sent to probe into the most intimate corners of workers' lives.

John Staudenmaier, Historian: How clean was the house? Did they have drinking problems evident? Did they send money back to the Old Country? Not to be done. Were they legitimately married? Were they keeping boarders in the house? Bad idea. There was a laundry list of what I'd call social engineering. That was Henry saying, "These peasants have got to become Americans. So we're going to use the five-dollar day to also Americanize them."

Narrator: If a worker failed inspection he was given time to amend his ways and his additional wages were held for him. If he failed a second time, he was fired.

Beverly Gage, Historian: It's a level of invasion of privacy that is, I think, almost unthinkable in our world now. But Henry Ford expected his workers to behave in certain ways, and he was going to enforce that behavior. And there were almost no laws or institutions that stood in his way of exerting that kind of control."
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/fe...
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Mount Morris, MI

#38 Apr 9, 2013
SeenItBefore wrote:
<quoted text>
WHAT????? What does that have to do with what I was talking about? Take a break from the meth and then get back to me.
Your ideology supports the past methods..... What? You don't your path now......
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Mount Morris, MI

#39 Apr 9, 2013
SeenItBefore wrote:
<quoted text>
Ms. Harris-Perry can not be, should not be , labeled a social engineer because she is Black. Henry Ford was first and foremost a social engineer.
"The irony was that in trying to make over his workers in terms of ''Americanization'' and ''Fordliness,'' Ford created a form of Big Brotherism that was closer to the totalitarian model. At a time when 70 percent of his work force was foreign-born, Ford's Sociological Department was commissioned to intrude on the private lives of his employees. Inspectors were sent to their homes to question them about their marital life and their finances to see if they were worthy enough to work for Ford. It seems amazing that people would tolerate such interrogation, but their jobs depended on it."
http://www.nytimes.com/1986/07/13/books/intri...
"Narrator: But Ford didn't limit his reforms to the classroom. He was determined to change how his workers lived. In the months following the five-dollar day announcement, neatly dressed men prowled Detroit's working class neighborhoods seeking out the family, friends, and landlords of Ford employees. They were inspectors from the new Ford Sociological Department, sent to probe into the most intimate corners of workers' lives.
John Staudenmaier, Historian: How clean was the house? Did they have drinking problems evident? Did they send money back to the Old Country? Not to be done. Were they legitimately married? Were they keeping boarders in the house? Bad idea. There was a laundry list of what I'd call social engineering. That was Henry saying, "These peasants have got to become Americans. So we're going to use the five-dollar day to also Americanize them."
Narrator: If a worker failed inspection he was given time to amend his ways and his additional wages were held for him. If he failed a second time, he was fired.
Beverly Gage, Historian: It's a level of invasion of privacy that is, I think, almost unthinkable in our world now. But Henry Ford expected his workers to behave in certain ways, and he was going to enforce that behavior. And there were almost no laws or institutions that stood in his way of exerting that kind of control."
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/fe...
Long winded again... You need to keep your facts tighter...
vox veritatis

Grand Rapids, MI

#40 Apr 9, 2013
SeenItBefore wrote:

So I can take from it that children should not be brought up to be productive members of society??
If that's what you take away from what Melissa Harris said, you're the one who needs a break from the crack pipe and seek help for that serious case of craniorectal inversion you seem to be afflicted with. Your head's so far up your arse you eat every meal twice.
Only a left wing nutcase would defend the idea that "your children are not your children, they belong to the state" and try to explain it away as you did above. The idea that children belong to the state and not to their parents or their families is straight out of communist ideology (the Nazi party in Germany held that belief as well) and it takes a village idiot to spew that sort of crap and a bunch of sheeple to defend it.
Melissa Harris considers an unborn child a 'thing' that 'takes a lot of money to turn into a human'.
I bet she's one of your heros.
I will now sit back and await another long-winded, meaningless diatribe of a response from you that isn't worth the pixels it's composed of or the energy it takes to transmit it across cyberspace.

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