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The Presumed Innocence Of White Terrorism

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The last day of Netroots Nation 2017 featured a rather remarkable presentation that was directly relevant to events taking place not that far away in Charlottesville, Virginia.

That panel was called “The white face of domestic terrorism: How Islamophobia distorts the reality of terrorist violence in America.”

As with many panels and sessions that took place during the conference, you can watch the live stream of it by clicking on the above link. The panel included former Homeland Security analyst Daryl Johnson, who wrote the original 2008 bulletin warning about the rise of right-wing extremism; David Neiwert, a consultant with the Southern Poverty Law Center; and Rabiah Ahmed of the Muslim Public Affairs Council.

The point of the panel was to point out and highlight the fact that terrorism committed by white nationalists and right-wing groups is in fact a far greater danger to the average American than any presented by either Islamic or left-wing terror groups. But for decades—not just since the rise of Trump—our national focus has been exactly opposite to the factual reality on the ground.

The presumed 'innocence' of white terrorism
 

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Yes, they were bad in Charlottesville...

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Oops, that's antifa
 

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The last day of Netroots Nation 2017 featured a rather remarkable presentation that was directly relevant to events taking place not that far away in Charlottesville, Virginia.

That panel was called “The white face of domestic terrorism: How Islamophobia distorts the reality of terrorist violence in America.”

As with many panels and sessions that took place during the conference, you can watch the live stream of it by clicking on the above link. The panel included former Homeland Security analyst Daryl Johnson, who wrote the original 2008 bulletin warning about the rise of right-wing extremism; David Neiwert, a consultant with the Southern Poverty Law Center; and Rabiah Ahmed of the Muslim Public Affairs Council.

The point of the panel was to point out and highlight the fact that terrorism committed by white nationalists and right-wing groups is in fact a far greater danger to the average American than any presented by either Islamic or left-wing terror groups. But for decades—not just since the rise of Trump—our national focus has been exactly opposite to the factual reality on the ground.

The presumed 'innocence' of white terrorism

The point of the panel was to point out and highlight the fact that terrorism committed by white nationalists and right-wing groups is in fact a far greater danger to the average American than any presented by either Islamic or left-wing terror groups.

So it was a bullshit panel.
 
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The last day of Netroots Nation 2017 featured a rather remarkable presentation that was directly relevant to events taking place not that far away in Charlottesville, Virginia.

That panel was called “The white face of domestic terrorism: How Islamophobia distorts the reality of terrorist violence in America.”

As with many panels and sessions that took place during the conference, you can watch the live stream of it by clicking on the above link. The panel included former Homeland Security analyst Daryl Johnson, who wrote the original 2008 bulletin warning about the rise of right-wing extremism; David Neiwert, a consultant with the Southern Poverty Law Center; and Rabiah Ahmed of the Muslim Public Affairs Council.

The point of the panel was to point out and highlight the fact that terrorism committed by white nationalists and right-wing groups is in fact a far greater danger to the average American than any presented by either Islamic or left-wing terror groups. But for decades—not just since the rise of Trump—our national focus has been exactly opposite to the factual reality on the ground.

The presumed 'innocence' of white terrorism

The point of the panel was to point out and highlight the fact that terrorism committed by white nationalists and right-wing groups is in fact a far greater danger to the average American than any presented by either Islamic or left-wing terror groups.

So it was a bullshit panel.
Actually it was a well put together report from a panel that dealt with only facts based upon available statistics from actual events. Which means an idiot like you was in no danger of comprehending any of it.
 
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Yes, they were bad in Charlottesville...

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Oops, that's antifa
You mean the people with the actual balls to run a bunch of pussy wannabe soldiers out of town with their tales tucked between their legs with their great victory of killing a girl walking across the street only later to be seen crying like little bitches on the internet hiding from the police? Looks like you're right.
 

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The last day of Netroots Nation 2017 featured a rather remarkable presentation that was directly relevant to events taking place not that far away in Charlottesville, Virginia.

That panel was called “The white face of domestic terrorism: How Islamophobia distorts the reality of terrorist violence in America.”

As with many panels and sessions that took place during the conference, you can watch the live stream of it by clicking on the above link. The panel included former Homeland Security analyst Daryl Johnson, who wrote the original 2008 bulletin warning about the rise of right-wing extremism; David Neiwert, a consultant with the Southern Poverty Law Center; and Rabiah Ahmed of the Muslim Public Affairs Council.

The point of the panel was to point out and highlight the fact that terrorism committed by white nationalists and right-wing groups is in fact a far greater danger to the average American than any presented by either Islamic or left-wing terror groups. But for decades—not just since the rise of Trump—our national focus has been exactly opposite to the factual reality on the ground.

The presumed 'innocence' of white terrorism

The point of the panel was to point out and highlight the fact that terrorism committed by white nationalists and right-wing groups is in fact a far greater danger to the average American than any presented by either Islamic or left-wing terror groups.

So it was a bullshit panel.
Actually it was a well put together report from a panel that dealt with only facts based upon available statistics from actual events. Which means an idiot like you was in no danger of comprehending any of it.

Actually it was a well put together report from a panel that dealt with only facts based upon available statistics


Yes, the liberal BS bad math was amusing.
 

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Yes, they were bad in Charlottesville...

th



Oops, that's antifa
You mean the people with the actual balls to run a bunch of pussy wannabe soldiers out of town with their tales tucked between their legs with their great victory of killing a girl walking across the street only later to be seen crying like little bitches on the internet hiding from the police? Looks like you're right.


You've been reading too much science fiction.
 
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The last day of Netroots Nation 2017 featured a rather remarkable presentation that was directly relevant to events taking place not that far away in Charlottesville, Virginia.

That panel was called “The white face of domestic terrorism: How Islamophobia distorts the reality of terrorist violence in America.”

As with many panels and sessions that took place during the conference, you can watch the live stream of it by clicking on the above link. The panel included former Homeland Security analyst Daryl Johnson, who wrote the original 2008 bulletin warning about the rise of right-wing extremism; David Neiwert, a consultant with the Southern Poverty Law Center; and Rabiah Ahmed of the Muslim Public Affairs Council.

The point of the panel was to point out and highlight the fact that terrorism committed by white nationalists and right-wing groups is in fact a far greater danger to the average American than any presented by either Islamic or left-wing terror groups. But for decades—not just since the rise of Trump—our national focus has been exactly opposite to the factual reality on the ground.

The presumed 'innocence' of white terrorism

The point of the panel was to point out and highlight the fact that terrorism committed by white nationalists and right-wing groups is in fact a far greater danger to the average American than any presented by either Islamic or left-wing terror groups.

So it was a bullshit panel.
Actually it was a well put together report from a panel that dealt with only facts based upon available statistics from actual events. Which means an idiot like you was in no danger of comprehending any of it.

Actually it was a well put together report from a panel that dealt with only facts based upon available statistics


Yes, the liberal BS bad math was amusing.
Just curious. How does it feel to be on the losing end of an issue with the majority of the country and the world totally against you?
 

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Last time I checked all men were innocent until proven guilty in the united states
 

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The last day of Netroots Nation 2017 featured a rather remarkable presentation that was directly relevant to events taking place not that far away in Charlottesville, Virginia.

That panel was called “The white face of domestic terrorism: How Islamophobia distorts the reality of terrorist violence in America.”

As with many panels and sessions that took place during the conference, you can watch the live stream of it by clicking on the above link. The panel included former Homeland Security analyst Daryl Johnson, who wrote the original 2008 bulletin warning about the rise of right-wing extremism; David Neiwert, a consultant with the Southern Poverty Law Center; and Rabiah Ahmed of the Muslim Public Affairs Council.

The point of the panel was to point out and highlight the fact that terrorism committed by white nationalists and right-wing groups is in fact a far greater danger to the average American than any presented by either Islamic or left-wing terror groups. But for decades—not just since the rise of Trump—our national focus has been exactly opposite to the factual reality on the ground.

The presumed 'innocence' of white terrorism

The point of the panel was to point out and highlight the fact that terrorism committed by white nationalists and right-wing groups is in fact a far greater danger to the average American than any presented by either Islamic or left-wing terror groups.

So it was a bullshit panel.
Actually it was a well put together report from a panel that dealt with only facts based upon available statistics from actual events. Which means an idiot like you was in no danger of comprehending any of it.

Actually it was a well put together report from a panel that dealt with only facts based upon available statistics


Yes, the liberal BS bad math was amusing.
Just curious. How does it feel to be on the losing end of an issue with the majority of the country and the world totally against you?

How does it feel to be on the losing end of an issue with the majority of the country and the world totally against you?


Based on liberal bad math, I suspect you don't know what majority means. DERP!
 
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When there are people who still think Trump won a majority of votes, had the biggest inauguration turnout ever, and the world is 6000 years old I have a hard time shitting on liberal's math.
 

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Daily Kook gobbly gook
Didn't read the article huh? That explains your usual response of a mental midget. I've come to expect that from you.

No I didn't and wont read Daily KOS. Biased nonsense by biased moon bats.

Hint: It's why you're viewed as a biased moonbat
Anybody that dismisses facts as biased is a mental midget. Never be concerned with what a mental midget thinks.
Never be concerned with what a mental midget thinks.

I'm not

I generally laugh at you, ah, them.
 

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