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LEFT SUPREMACISM MUST BE DESTROYED

By Pete Moore On August 5th, 2019

Well this is awkward

The political/media nexus is all a fluster about white supremacism. It’s a sudden, mass outbreak of myopia, and a convenient one, because the infantile loser who murdered a bunch of people in Dayton, Ohio, is a radical leftist.

He self-describes as a “leftist” and “atheist”. He praised Antifa, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. He wrote “Kill every fascist” on his Twitter page. He also praised the terrorist who attacked an ICE facility last month and repeated Alexandra Ocazio Cortez’s “concentration camps” meme.

His social media record has been captured here.

Does this mean that Warren, Sanders or Cortez are to blame? No, no more than the president is to blame for El Paso. But there were two tragic mass shootings this weekend, and the mass media is pointing only at the beliefs of one killer, and only one side of the aisle is trying to take political advantage.

55 Responses to “LEFT SUPREMACISM MUST BE DESTROYED”

  1. Is there any evidence that he killed those people because of his support for these things? Because there is ample evidence that the main motivation for the El Paso attack was white supremacism.

  2. //Is there any evidence that he killed those people because of his support for these things?//

    Hardly, as one of the people he murdered was his own younger sister.

    He also apparently had a list of girls he planned to rape and classmates he planned to kill.

  3. Exactly. He targeted his sister most likely and killed those other people in the act of killing his sister. So he is a familial killer, not a ideological one. The El Paso killer is an ideological killer who killed for a very recognisable ideology.

  4. No doubt a ‘mentally ill man with no interest in politics’ Pete.

    Come back when this guy explicitly states that his actions were a ‘reaction to the Hispanic invasion of America’ and the result of those action leaves 22 dead largely because of the shade of their skin.

    Must try harder in the mendacious stakes.

  5. Even Trump denounced white supremacists in the wake of the shootings (though not his own comments). The problem we have with shootings is not limited to white supremacists. It is the shooters easy access to guns that is the problem.

  6. No no no, you don’t get away with that.

    The El Paso shooter left a manifesto. It includes this:

    My ideology has not changed for several years,” the purported Crusius text reads. “My opinions on automation, immigration, and the rest predate Trump and his campaign for president. I [sic] putting this here because some people will blame the President or certain presidential candidates for the attack. This is not the case. I know that the media will probably call me a white supremacist anyway and blame Trump’s rhetoric.”

    Despite that, the politico/media nexus, and Mahons downstairs, are blaming the president. The Dayton progressive did not, as far as we know, leave a manifesto. But his social media postings show a long history of support for radical left causes and individuals. You don’t get to hold up the political opinions of an opponent while dismissing the same scrutiny of someone holding even more extreme opinions.

    Radical left rhetoric has become more and more violent, to the extent that it’s routine and everyday. Some wackos are going to tip over. And when the circus moves on, some of us will read that he was a cannabis user or on anti-depressants. This Dayton shooter was soaked in radicalism, infantile and full of self-pity. It’s time to dial it down.

  7. More to the story. He went to a black nightclub looking for his white sister. Everyone else he killed was black.

  8. “Despite that, the politico/media nexus, and Mahons downstairs, are blaming the president. “

    The language used in the manifesto of this person uses Trump like rhetoric, whether you like it or not. The invasion trope. If there actually was an invasion then the reaction of the El Paso terrorist was actually the correct one. If someone invades your homeland you fight back, even if you have to kill them.

    In terms of the Dayton terrorist his motivation was personal, not political (most likely). If he had attack an ICE centre, or a Republican party event, or anything that his politics would send him against then we should and would have the conversation about language in politics. It happened, for example, when a left wing person tried to murder then House Majority Whip Steve Scalise. The conversation was very much so about civility in politics and whether or not individuals needed to tone down their rhetoric.

  9. “More to the story. He went to a black nightclub looking for his white sister. Everyone else he killed was black.”

    Possibly. I did wonder when I heard most of the victims were African-American that there was a possibility of a racial motive. The fact that one of the victims is the killer’s sister would suggest she was the target and everyone else is collateral damage.

  10. The name of the Dayton shooter is Connor Betts, and the name of his sister is Megan Betts, whom he apparently killed in the rampage.

    Here is the obituary for Connor Betts with picture, who died in 2014. He had a sister, Megan Betts, by cohencidence:

    https://web.archive.org/web/20190804224855/https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/hartfordcourant/obituary.aspx?n=connor-d-betts&pid=169819779

    Here’s the shooter

    https://www.10tv.com/article/officials-identify-24-year-old-suspect-deadly-dayton-shooting-2019-aug

    So, it’s easy to run some fake faces…….

    https://www.theverge.com/2018/12/17/18144356/ai-image-generation-fake-faces-people-nvidia-generative-adversarial-networks-gans

  11. On the El Paso incident, Beto seemed amused during his warm-up routine…….

    https://twitter.com/Henrik_Palmgren/status/1157813928694620161

    Henrik Palmgren
    🐗
    🇸🇪
    🇺🇸
    ‏ @Henrik_Palmgren

    Why is #BetoORourke laughing while he is trying to compose himself, to get into character, so he can look serious as he address the #elpasoshooter #ElPasoStrong #walmartshooting

  12. It most likely is a coincidence. A country the size of America is likely to have many people named the same.

    https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-usa-shooting-names/im-not-him-namesakes-of-texas-ohio-shooters-attacked-online-idUKKCN1UV27Q

  13. As soon as a Lefty does something wrong excuses are quick to follow and they either try to blame their action on the Right or go into full denial. A Lefty murdered people and supported other Lefties who have equally unsavoury views. Disgraceful.

  14. Mark, this is what the El Paso explicitly explained were his reasons for murdering 22 men, women & children, many of whom were Hispanic:

    This attack is a response to the Hispanic invasion of Texas. They are the instigators, not me. I am simply defending my country from cultural and ethnic replacement brought on by an invasion.

    (Not the language which is pretty frequent among some commentators on ATW).

    Now, what we know about the Ohio shooter is some things taken from his social media accounts and a specualative extrapolation of his motives from these images. All it is is the Trump fan base closing ranks and scraping the barrel as ‘yeah, but what about….?’ Y

    You see the difference is this, the El Paso shooter specifically gave white supemicist reasons for his orgy of murder. If you accept the premise that the Ohio shooter was influenced by things from his social media account doesn’t the same standard apply to the El Paso shooter and his Trump likings?

    Let me ask you this question, do you think that the El Paso shooter would agree that ‘the Squad’ of four Congresswoman should ‘go back to the countries that they came from?’

    I also notice that you haven’t commented on the murder of 22 innocents by an extreme right white supremicist. Are those murders not worthy of comment?

  15. https://nypost.com/2019/08/06/dayton-shooter-may-be-antifas-first-mass-killer/

  16. //While the attacks are similar, the response from liberals and leftists has been anything but.//

    zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    He killed only blacks because he was a leftie, right?

  17. He didn’t kill only blacks

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/dayton-shooting-victims-what-we-know-about-injured-and-killed-ohio-mass-shooting-2019-08-05/

  18. He had a gun and shooting fetish. He appears to have also bought into a significant amount of far left rhetoric. The most disturbing aspect is his easy access to guns, whether he was far right, far left or center.

  19. The NYP is owned by Rupert Murdoch, the same guy who owns Fox News right? Good to see them sensationally wheel out the ‘antifa’ bogeymen again.

    Betts frequently flung the label “Nazi” at those with whom he disagreed online.

    Something deeply ironic about that comment.

  20. Paul

    You seem very sensitive to any criticism of antifa violent bums however slight

    Any reason why this is so?

  21. Mahons, on August 5th, 2019 at 7:26 PM Said:
    Even Trump denounced white supremacists in the wake of the shootings (though not his own comments). The problem we have with shootings is not limited to white supremacists. It is the shooters easy access to guns that is the problem.

    Ok what do you propose change that Mahons?

  22. by the way good to see you Nack Mahons…. you were missed… not by me, but you were missed.

  23. see you back

  24. Where is harri

    Hello from Kentucky

  25. Any reason why this is so?

    Yes, because it’s used by people like you and Rupert Murdoch as a convenient sensationalist catch all bogeyman tag akin to the ‘establishment’ and ‘globalists’

    While the attacks are similar, the response from liberals and leftists has been anything but

    Similar????

    Some white supremicist kills 22 people, men, women and children and explicitly states:

    This attack is a response to the Hispanic invasion, (familiar language there), of Texas

    Some ‘antifa’ (he must be because he liked and commented on his social media account) kills his sister and eight night club goers in Ohio

    And they’re similar?

    That should tell you all you need to know about the trashy article.

  26. https://www.chicagotribune.com/columns/john-kass/ct-trump-shootings-politics-chicago-kass-20190807-vjr664o3hrer5nx226d7uocgsa-story.html

    Those angry loner white boys with guns, this time in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, have again erupted on the body politic.

    And those with eyes to see are reminded that the American culture is ill.

    But what of the mass shootings in Chicago, the 55 people shot over the weekend, with seven hit near a park and then eight more not far away?

    You might think these are “mass shootings” too, but, in political/media terms, they’re not treated as such. The victims, and in all likelihood the shooters, are black. And Democratic politicians find no political advantage in weaponizing the victims of everyday street violence in a Democratic town. So Chicago’s dead are stepped over by national media and national Democrats on the way to 2020.

  27. Paul

    He openly supported antifa and democratic socialist of America in writing

    Yes his views are all over the place So are the views of many fanatics. And on some things, The radical left and right meet ( anti Jewish, anti Israel, trutherism, food fetish/GMO things )

    You’d have to be a bit sick in the head to be antifa in the first place

    Why not condemn all political and other violence Against innocent people? Without any exception?

  28. the crazy are crazy….. trying to make sense of a crazy persons actions is never black and white.

  29. The crazy are crazy, the evil are evil, and the fanatics are as bad as either one of them

  30. He openly supported antifa and democratic socialist of America in writing

    Say he liked a pop group like the BeeGees or a rock band like Led Zepplin. Would they be responsible for the shooting?

    You’d have to be a bit sick in the head to be antifa in the first place

    Yeah, maybe…..

    https://i1.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/001/220/685/112.jpg

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DBpz19LU0AAXY6Y.jpg:large

    https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/ppvan7/bob-crown-brigade-interview

    Why not condemn all political and other violence Against innocent people? Without any exception?

    I have always condemned violence, political or otherwise, against innocents and always will but the article you link to isn’t about that. It’s about trying to draw some kind of apples and oranges comparitive equvilence between the Ohio and Texas shootings for political purposes.

  31. Phantom, on August 7th, 2019 at 2:25 PM Said:
    The crazy are crazy, the evil are evil, and the fanatics are as bad as either one of them

    But Phantom….. you’re the Fanatic

  32. “No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms.”
    – Thomas Jefferson, Virginia Constitution, Draft 1, 1776

    “I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery.”
    – Thomas Jefferson, letter to James Madison, January 30, 1787

    “What country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance. Let them take arms.”
    – Thomas Jefferson, letter to James Madison, December 20, 1787

    “The laws that forbid the carrying of arms are laws of such a nature. They disarm only those who are neither inclined nor determined to commit crimes…. Such laws make things worse for the assaulted and better for the assailants; they serve rather to encourage than to prevent homicides, for an unarmed man may be attacked with greater confidence than an armed man.”
    – Thomas Jefferson, Commonplace Book (quoting 18th century criminologist Cesare Beccaria), 1774-1776

  33. The slaveholder Is allowed to have his opinion, which is as good as anyone else’s

    No one who counts is talking about outlawing arms in America

  34. I don’t think that Jeff allowed his slaves to own too many guns

  35. Pat, I do think anyone here is trying to ‘debar’ anyone from owning weapons, merely limiting the kind of weapons available.

    Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News Tucker Carlson has said white supremacy is an invented myth.

    https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/fox-new-s-tucker-carlson-white-supremacy-a-made-up-hoax-1.7648018

  36. * Don’t think.

  37. Wanting to limit legal or illegal immigration is not supremacy

  38. Phantom, on August 7th, 2019 at 3:01 PM Said:
    The slaveholder Is allowed to have his opinion, which is as good as anyone else’s

    No one who counts is talking about outlawing arms in America

    The Democrat candidates for President are.

    yeah the kind they want to ban are ALL except muskets.

  39. Kamala Harris Says She’s Willing To Have Police Forcibly Take “Banned” Guns From Your Home

    They’re not coming for your guns, we’re told.

    No, they are, and at least California Senator Kamala Harris is fully willing to send police to your home to take your guns from you.

    According to the Washington Examiner, when asked if Harris would send law enforcement to homes to seize banned firearms, Harris answered in the affirmative:

    When asked by the Washington Examiner if her plan would include legal gun owner databases or gun confiscation via law enforcement visits to residents who own banned firearms, she replied, “I’m actually prepared to take executive action to put in place rules that improve this situation.”

    She continued, “I also have as part of my background and experience working on this issue, when I was attorney general [of California], and we put resources into allowing law enforcement to actually knock on the doors of people who were on two lists — a list where they had been found by a court to be a danger to themselves and others.

    “They were on a list where they were precluded and prohibited from owning a gun because of a conviction that prohibited that ownership. Those lists were combined and then we sent law enforcement out to take those guns, because, listen, we have to deal with this on all levels, but we have to do this with a sense of urgency,” Harris added.

  40. Machine guns are illegal and have been illegal Since I think the 1930s

    No sane person would disagree with that ban

    Banning a particular weapon favored by mass murderers is not “banning guns”

  41. At one time machine guns were not illegal

    Then they became illegal

    Was that the restriction of any proper gun rights?

    I don’t think so kemosabee

  42. Do you think that it is proper to completely ban any type of weapon from use by the general public?

    If so, what weapons Should be so banned

  43. Wanting to limit legal or illegal immigration is not supremacy

    Straw man alert.

    You and Tucker have never heard of the KKK then? I understand at one time they were pretty prominant in your country.

  44. Law enforcement to homes to seize banned firearms

    If I have a Heckler & Koch military grade G3 at home is it reasonable to send the cops to seize it?

  45. I don’t think Harris, Biden, Warren, O’Rourke, Booker, Sanders or Gillibrand have called for a ban on all guns. It is simply untrue to claim that. There appear to be an inordinate number of anti-gun control people willing to lie otherwise, and an inordinate number stupid enough to believe the lie.

  46. Yes Mahons, the gun fanatics tend to conflate reasonable limitations on gun ownership with ‘seize all weapons’ in order to cloud the issue.

    I’ve yet to here any logical argument as to why anyone needs a military style semi auto long barrel at home.

  47. Justification for phallic symbols are rarely spoken out loud.

  48. “There appear to be an inordinate number of anti-gun control people willing to lie otherwise, and an inordinate number stupid enough to believe the lie.”

    Considering the knots they are tying themselves in to condemn Joaquin Castro for releasing publicly available information it isn’t surprising.

  49. Yes Mahons, the gun fanatics tend to conflate reasonable limitations on gun ownership with ‘seize all weapons’ in order to cloud the issue.

    It probably is about seizing all weapons. Many have said so over the years. It’s understandable that gun owners don’t trust their opponents.

    “It’s just a few cells” became abortion right up to birth, and now demands for post-birth abortion (or murder, as it’s known).

    Limited welfare for the most needy became a society soaked in it.

    Accepting refugees and limited immigrants became demands for no borders.

    Gun owners know that there’s no inch with their opponents, only the mile. Their opponents want it all. They want the population entirely disarmed. They know that once the principle of a ban is conceded it will never stop.

    That’s why they won’t concede. They know their opponents want total victory and not compromise.

  50. It probably is about seizing all weapons.

    No Pete, I don’t think it’s probably about that at all.

    Can you explain to me as to why anyone needs a military style semi auto long barrel at home?

  51. Yes Paul, many gun grabbers have admitted it.

    I’m not sure what you mean by “military style”. Maybe free Americans don’t want to end up having to sneak them into the country, like the IRA.

  52. Yes Paul, many gun grabbers have admitted it

    Have they? I doubt you’d be able to give me ten separate examples of the ‘many’ where those in positions of sufficient authority to forward this proposition advocate such a thing.

    So, you can’t give me an explanation as to why anyone needs a military style semi auto long barrel at home then?

  53. Patrick, Pete

    Should any weapons at all be banned

    Machine guns and flamethrowers should be allowed, on open carry basis too?

  54. I’m gonna get me one of thse bad boys for home protection.

    https://images.app.goo.gl/G7jgUhQzNN1B1psUA

  55. Notice how they go silent

    They really want no limits at all, A world where idiots carry loaded rifles in to the supermarket When they’re buying the groceries

    They want to create a world that no one would want to live in, Living in a world of pure fanatic theory