Is The Left Trying To Start A Civil War?

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Is The Left Trying To Start A Civil War?




Many believe that a civil war has already started in America.


Americans may not be shooting at each other yet, but without a doubt we are in a battle for the soul of this nation. The following comes from an excellent article by Dennis Prager




It is time for our society to acknowledge a sad truth: America is currently fighting its second Civil War.


In fact, with the obvious and enormous exception of attitudes toward slavery, Americans are more divided morally, ideologically and politically today than they were during the Civil War. For that reason, just as the Great War came to be known as World War I once there was World War II, the Civil War will become known as the First Civil War when more Americans come to regard the current battle as the Second Civil War.




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The Elites want to reduce the population.

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NJ Louch

Usual suspects, usual nonsense.


The first sentence is enough for any right minded person to say "Nope".

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Personally, I think we need another Civil War, but not against each other, or north vs. south type thing, but against all the numb nuts in Washington D.C.



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I used to think that way, but i was at this fb group where both troll and make fun of each other, but at the end of the day, they all stand one as Americans :)I hope we can live together accepting our differences

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Will this be as popcorn-worthy as the one released a while back? /I kid

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This is what happens when BOTH Democrats and Republicans start catering to the far right and far left. I have often thought they we in America have already been fighting another Civil War. Maybe not the battlefield type, but with the vast split in ideology in both government and society. No one can think central anymore. I mean during the Obama admin we say the rise of the Tea Party and the Alt Right, which at the time helped create more of a split in society. The right may have forgotten this already, but the last 8 years has been nothing but bitching, moaning, conspiracies and blocking of the lefts agenda. Now the left is doing the same, what goes around comes around. 


If the right wants to think it's all the left's fault, then they really need to take a hard look in the mirror and reflect on what they did for the last 8 years as well. 

Until our society can actually come back together and listen and work with the opposite side without shutting them down, mocking them etc we will never get anywhere. 

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1 hour ago, Hum said:

The Elites want to reduce the population.

And take away the guns in the process. 


The hatred among the American people these days and the number of firearms they have is a disturbing combination.





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The Uncivil War and What You Can Do About It


Dear Parader,


Not to be overly dramatic, but a civil war has begun in America. Everyone knows it to be true, but no one knows what comes next.


The conflict of visions between freethinkers and the socialists who believe government should hammer humanity into model citizens has reached what divorce lawyers call “irreconcilable differences.”


Evidence of the hostilities is abundant. Starting with the daily exchange of conflicting, angry “news” stories pandering only to viewers on one side of the great divide. These stories offer no conciliatory or constructive narratives, just animus, angst, and cold anger.  


As with the first US Civil War, wide schisms have formed that now separate families and friends. Schisms that will take years to heal, and maybe never.


The odds of this turning into an armed conflict, other than sporadic violent incidents, may seem remote. Yet the vast majority of people living in Sarajevo didn’t see that civil war coming either.


Violent or not, the turmoil is just beginning, with the progressives and their allies in the media determined to end the Trump administration by any means possible.


Lined up against them are the forces aligned with Trump, staunchly determined to hold the hard-won political ground.


There can be no compromise, because Trump is the antithesis of everything his opponents believe in their heart of hearts to be sacrosanct in the Brave New World they have worked so long to create.


It matters not a whit that history, science, and culture are replete with lessons proving that the socialist agenda leads to ruin—a ruin that is being hurried along today by sticky globs of political correctness and multiculturalism that supersede the rights of individual expression.




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On 3/10/2017 at 7:42 AM, Mirumir said:

And take away the guns in the process. 


The hatred among the American people these days and the number of firearms they have is a disturbing combination.





Comments like this are just dumb. As a lefty, as some would put it, I believe in the Second. That doesn't mean I don't think some limits should exist but I would fight like many others on the left to keep the Second in place. The notion that the "left" wants to get rid of guns is just pure stupidity. 


You're probably still waiting for Obama to take away everyone's guns. Don't worry it will happen any day now.


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It's ok, all the republicans have the guns.

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Damn America, you are messed up.

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