Is it? Yes. Should it? No.
Just because it's popular, it doesn't mean it's correct.
and guess what BLM, and ANTIFA are just as evil as the white supremacist,
Your thinking, in my mind, is very flawed.
thats because your liberal and ignorant, Antifa have assaulted many people, burned cars and buildings and are quite violent, and so have BLM, but I guess you liberals are only against violence when its the extreme right that does it, but A ok with violence when the extremist left (antifa and BLM) are the perps
Nope. I speak out against violence often. I am all about peaceful protest.
Burning a building or pushing over a car is not the murder and maiming of those you believe to be inferior, because of their race and or religion.
Carla, It doesn't matter if people are killing or maiming people in the name of claiming their victims are inferior, or if they are killing and maiming in the name of them being entitled to because someone told them they have a right to do so because of something that happened hundreds of years ago.
Anyone who justifies or promotes this kind of violence, on either side, is part of the problem, not part of the solution.
Jim, i agree.
Violence is not the way.
yeah well antifa and BLM are anything but peaceful.
they literally have ASSAULTED people, what rock have you been in the past few years?????????
violence is violence period. you are a hypocrite if you are against what the extremists did last week, but ok with what antifa do and BLM.
more appropriate for today he he he
It depends on the horrific act
For example, if it's a slave rebellion supported by the slave population, it's justified because slavery itself is unjust
So I guess what I'm trying to say is, if the horrific act opposes injustice (in certain circumstances, though)
No, that would be justifying a mob mentality. That was horrible in the past and is horrible today.
never justified if it is horrific.