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Justice 4 Jimmy

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The far rights champion is actually how I pictured him tbf.

What a combo. This murdering little girl beater and Don ‘grab ‘em by the pussy Trump.

if you could only see yourselves as we see you.

truly pathetic.
 

Peace

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Kyle Rittenhouse took a socialist handout to commit a felony straw purchase and play cop in another city some months after he beat up a girl at school.

Dat freedom fighter.


What a tragic waste of a young life. In the end he failed to reduce chaos and crime.
I was unaware Rittenhouse had battery of a female on his criminal record, probably because he doesn't. Do you speak the same way about George Floyd?

In the end he killed two people causing chaos and crime, so you are incorrect there.
 

Justice 4 Jimmy

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I was unaware Rittenhouse had battery of a female on his criminal record, probably because he doesn't. Do you speak the same way about George Floyd?

In the end he killed two people causing chaos and crime, so you are incorrect there.
what about the guy that did...

and that’s why Kyle can do...

doesn‘t really make sense when you think about it does it?
 

Splinty

Shake 'em off
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I was unaware Rittenhouse had battery of a female on his criminal record, probably because he doesn't.
Do I need to point out the fallacy that a criminal records must exist for an act to have happened?

Do you speak the same way about George Floyd?

What about...
No. I also don't want anyone to kneel on Kyles neck for 8 minutes just because he hits girls and commits a felony (allegedly) with his socialist pay day.
 

Peace

Formerly @Papi Chingon
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Do I need to point out the fallacy that a criminal records must exist for an act to have happened?




What about...
No. I also don't want anyone to kneel on Kyles neck for 8 minutes just because he hits girls and commits a felony (allegedly) with his socialist pay day.
You were the one that brought in previous allegations into the argument, as if it has relevancy in allegations that are unrelated.
 

Qat

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Großkreutz is a German name meaning one of his ancestors had broad shoulders or a broad back. Nothing religious about it at all. But you cultists will take whatever.

You were the one that brought in previous allegations into the argument, as if it has relevancy in allegations that are unrelated.
The Rittenhouse nut hugger's are constantly bringing previous unrelated allegations of his victims into it.
Holy hypocrisy.
 

Peace

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The Rittenhouse nut hugger's are constantly bringing previous unrelated allegations of his victims into it.
Holy hypocrisy.
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I didn't do that, but Splinty @Splinty did in the opposite direction. Hypocrisy you say? Not by me. I just said they deserved to die.
 

Peace

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I didn't do that, but Splinty @Splinty did in the opposite direction. Hypocrisy you say? Not by me. I just said they deserved to die.
Maybe but that is probably why he did it.
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So you attempted to shame the behavior on one side, but back it in the other direction? It's either ok across the board or it's not. Pick an opinion, and live by it.
 

RaginCajun

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Großkreutz is a German name meaning one of his ancestors had broad shoulders or a broad back. Nothing religious about it at all. But you cultists will take whatever.


The Rittenhouse nut hugger's are constantly bringing previous unrelated allegations of his victims into it.
Holy hypocrisy.
I heard from a very reliable source that one of the guys saint Kyle killed was the second gunman on the grassy knoll that really killed Kennedy.

 

Qat

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So you attempted to shame the behavior on one side, but back it in the other direction? It's either ok across the board or it's not. Pick an opinion, and live by it.
No, I accused you of doing what you are accusing me of now. Hehe.
But seems you get it, so it's all good.
 

The Pendulum

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Großkreutz is a German name meaning one of his ancestors had broad shoulders or a broad back. Nothing religious about it at all. But you cultists will take whatever.


The Rittenhouse nut hugger's are constantly bringing previous unrelated allegations of his victims into it.
Holy hypocrisy.
IF that fella was German. He isn't.

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Qat

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Ugh, you know all those whities running around in the US had ancestors from elsewhere? And it just so happens that many took their name with em.

Translations don't change the fact that the word Kreutz (or now Kreuz) is also used for a part of the spine or even the spine as a whole. And in this case, the name has that meaning.

But some guys are gonna believe what they want to be there anyway.
 

The Pendulum

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Ugh, you know all those whities running around in the US had ancestors from elsewhere? And it just so happens that many took their name with em.

Translations don't change the fact that the word Kreutz (or now Kreuz) is also used for a part of the spine or even the spine as a whole. And in this case, the name has that meaning.

But some guys are gonna believe what they want to be there anyway.



You can pick lesser used definitions if you like, but doesn't change the fact you're acting like people who think "renegade" is more akin to "maverick".
 

The Pendulum

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Tried to teach you something, but you are too far gone sadly.

Good luck in your cult.
I acknowledged it's a definition.

Like I said, your comparison is like "Renegade" being more akin to "Maverick", than "Traitor."

I'd be willing to bet the way kreuz was adopted to back, or spine, would have been as a simile to standing strong under the cross.

Maybe you could fact check that bit.

It's also an adoption of crux, from Latin. Ill let you guess the definition of that one.