Fortigurn wrote:Agreeing with you that the police didn't do their job properly is not trolling. Failing to be disappointed that the police didn't commit the brutalities you claimed, isn't trolling. Pointing out that you are deliberately misrepresenting police actions isn't trolling either.
Fortigurn wrote:I agree, and I sahre your disappointment that no such injuries appear to have been incurred, or children trampled.
Fortigurn wrote: But it appears you agree the police in Canada are indeed accountable, and it disappoints you.
I got your club right here
wikipedia wrote:The Posse Comitatus (from the Latin phrase meaning "force of the county") is a loosely organized far right social movement that opposes the United States federal government and believes in localism. There is no single national group, and local units are autonomous.
Posse charters were issued in 1969 in Portland, Oregon, by Henry Lamont Beach, "a retired dry cleaner and one-time member of the Silver Shirts, a Nazi-inspired organization that was established in America after Hitler rose to power in Germany".
Some Posse members embraced the anti-semitic and white supremacist beliefs of Christian Identity. Some believe that the U.S. Federal government is illegitimate and in the hands of "ZOG," an alleged Jewish conspiracy.
Guilt by (mis)association.
Trolling, start to finish.
Congratulations, sir. Your posts, together with your professed affinities, are together of a character that makes one ashamed to claim a Christian identity or influence in political discourse. Sam Harris, Christopher Hitchens, and Richard Dawkins try so hard to discredit religion in the public sphere, but you do so effortlessly. Well done.