|Chris Hu said:
Definitely agree. Though, it's ridiculous that the government basically forced their way into it, instead of staying how it used to be with communities helping each other out. Now, we barely know our neighbors and the first sign of trouble we turn to the government. It just gives them too much power and money. Money that doesn't always get put to good use.
Also, no wackos on the left? Guess he is completely oblivious to his own side, which is dangerous. Guess the guy who tried to murder a bunch of Republicans at a baseball game doesn't count. Or some of the nut jobs in BLM shouting about roasting cops. Or those in the Black Panthers talking about killing white babies. And when you have mainstream Democrats talking with extreme rhetoric, that their actions prove that they don't believe themselves, about how Republicans are murdering people and the earth with their policies, it's no wonder there are so many extremists on that side.
You are talking about fringe movements on the left. Anyway the fringe on the right is far worse since it includes the KKK the alt right and various other hate groups.
Uh huh. The kkk isn't political based and is not a part of the right or left. The alt right doesn't hold any power nor do they have any shot at it. They are shunned by everyone.
The extreme left or alt left isn't condemned by most of the left and they hold positions of power where have a shot at implementing their ideas. They are also good at recruiting. There's a lot of teachers that are far left and who trying to persuade kids and young adults to become socialists or activists of some kind. Take that BAMN leader for example or that bike lock professor.
Which sounds more realistically dangerous to people?