两次发现车道上有钉子。

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你这是想说, 左派阴劣?哈哈

楼主是否跟邻居聊天说支持老川呢?

加拿大民调好像是80%喜欢拜登。
 

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你这是想说, 左派阴劣?哈哈
还有一个可能,楼主邻居都是川粉,楼主不表态支持,邻居生气了。
 

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还有一个可能,楼主邻居都是川粉,楼主不表态支持,邻居生气了。
艾玛,右派邻居也想要为街道除害:eek::zhichi::buttrock:
 

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估计邻居是修车的:)
 

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Is anyone archiving these Trump sycophants for when they try to downplay or deny their complicity in the future? I foresee decent probability of many deleted Tweets, writings, photos in the future</p>&mdash; Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) <a href="">November 6, 2020</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
 

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左派还真的干得出来.
 

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AOC & Co.’s loathsome plan to keep lists of pro-Trumpies​

By John Podhoretz
November 11, 2020 | 7:57pm


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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) wants to create a database of Trump supporters for blacklisting.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) wants to create a database of Trump supporters for blacklisting.AP

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In Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Mikado,” a man named Ko-Ko appointed to the job of Lord High Executioner tries to figure out whom he should have killed. “There will be,” he says, “no difficulty in finding plenty of people whose loss will be a distinct gain to society at large.” And then he reveals that he has “a little list” — a list “of society offenders . . . who never would be missed!”
Ko-Ko’s example is being followed exactly by a group of petty and loathsome enforcers of pious attitudinal orthodoxy who have appointed themselves to the collective post of Lord High Career Executioner in post-Trump America.
They literally talk about the “lists” they are making of people who have committed the grievous evil of working for the administration they hated, with the stated goal of ensuring such people don’t find employment afterward.
Last week, there arose something that calls itself the Trump Accountability Project. Its founding manifesto contains these words: “We should welcome in our fellow Americans with whom we differ politically. But those who took a paycheck from the Trump administration should not profit from their efforts to tear our democracy apart.”
Following the oxymoronic sophistry of these two contradictory sentences, the manifesto goes on to name three types who should be punished economically. First, those who elected Trump by working on his campaign. Second, those who staffed his government. And third, those who funded him.
That may not go far enough, though. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez thinks people need to collate information on anyone who might ever have said anything positive about Trump — lest such people scrub their records and try to pretend they were critical of Trump all along.
Ko-Ko Cortez is an elected official and deserving of public scrutiny for her words. I will not name others among the worst offenders, the list-makers who have begun their mischief trying to punish a law firm for the crime of having the Republican Party of Pennsylvania as a client and are already moving on to person after person.
I am not in the business of serving up people with whom I disagree in hopes they will then be burnt to a crisp by those on my side on social media. But I note how airily they seek and pursue the economic ruination of people who went into public service — even if it was public service for a president whose policies might be deemed contemptible.
I know many of the Trump staffers, too, and, yes, in some cases, I find their motivations dark and their views abhorrent.

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But I know many more who are genuinely committed to advancing policy goals they believe, and I believe, will benefit the American people and the world. They are not in it for the money or the power. Relatively speaking, you don’t make tons of money working for government.
Moreover, their very invisibility and their lack of public profile suggest they don’t have a lot of power. And their interest in highly specific and technical matters that help make the world go round while the rest of us do whatever it is we do is why we call it “public service” to begin with.
Meanwhile, some of these bullies who flatter themselves that they had only been motivated by their disgust at the conduct of the Big Orange Bully sit comfortably on their perches, their fortunes advanced by the legions of anti-Trumpers who have spent the past few years stuffing dollars in their garters like aroused businessmen at Scores — even as our heroes pay off the mortgages renegotiated at astonishingly low interest rates during the Trump administration while their 401(k)s grew handsomely.
Some version of this list-taking happens after every administration. Accomplished people found it difficult to find employment in DC after the first Bush administration came to an end, because Democrats were in charge of the legislative and executive branches, and they were considered right-wing handmaidens. But that was an informal partisan sorting, not a conscious and deliberate campaign.
In my youth, the blacklist of Hollywood Communists was almost universally considered to have been a moral calamity, even though the things those people believed and the causes they advanced were among the greatest evils the world has ever seen.
Welcome to the new blacklisters — same as the old blacklisters. Joseph Ocasio-McCarthy, your time is now. You’ve got a little list.
 

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法网民竟号召报复华人​

新闻来源: 欧洲时报 于2020-11-10 14:42:38

面对新冠疫情中出现的针对亚裔居民、尤其是华侨华人的歧视行为,法国政界开始有所警醒。11月9日,包括执政党“共和国前进党”(LREM)以及横跨左右阵营多个在野党在内的100多名法国议员,联名投书《解放报》(Libération),题为《病毒、种族主义和暴力的受害者,让我们共同支持亚裔同胞》,对亚裔群体表示声援。《欧洲时报》全文翻译如下: 多年来,我们都在集体层面倾向于低估针对亚裔人群的种族主义言论。在“正面”偏见的掩盖下,我们放任这种言论愈发司空见惯,如今演变成严重的语言和肢体暴力,甚至发展到私刑(lynchage)的地步,正如巴黎19区的年轻人凯文所遭受的粗暴对待那样,被高中生们一边喊着“肮脏的中国人”一边殴打。

从新冠疫情暴发起,针对亚裔人群(被一概称为“中国人”)的种族主义行为和言论,在法国大量涌现。健康危机催生出一种恶毒且直白的种族主义:不幸的是,相关例证层出不穷,有人散布所谓“穿山甲的故事”,有人对亚裔避之唯恐不及,或者相反,在公共交通上对他们大加指责。但是,他们对这场疫情并不负任何责任!

最近几天以来,有人在社交媒体上大量散布攻击“中国人”的号召,表明这种恶行更进了一步。这些信息中只有一小部分被删除,而它们所流露出的仇恨情绪,显示出(如果有必要来显示的话)在线平台的分量和责任问题。从广为传播的“肮脏的中国人,你们用冠状病毒干了一坨烂事”,到令人作呕的“希特勒本来应该杀中国人,而不是犹太人”,我们可以衡量出那些孱弱的头脑是何等轻易地将矛头指向亚裔居民或者亚洲公民。

和其他形式的种族主义一样,针对“反亚裔种族主义”的投诉很少见:我们必须集体克服这种普遍的逆来顺受。我们必须鼓励举报种族主义行为,并让我们的公民可以不必担惊受怕地说出来。在学校里,我们必须加强打击那种所谓“中国人”都有钱的偏见。我们同时也寄希望于法庭对事态有更明确的认识,并作出示范性的判罚。最后,就像针对纵容恐怖主义的信息一样,我们必须系统性地举报并删除在互联网上散布仇恨的内容。因为行为上的罪行,总是和言辞上的罪行接踵而来。

在第二波疫情背景下,当我们的亚裔同胞前所未有地被人指摘之际,我们和他们并肩站在一起,动员起来保护他们。为了打击那些威胁我们民族凝聚力的各种暴力行径,共和理念的一视同仁,必须始终成为我们的行事指南。
 

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警惕法裔。

圈儿哥, 你注意观察一下, 你住所附近是不是有法语人群。
 

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我更怕AOC.
 
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