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Angry Snowflakes Taking Fighting Lessons Is The Lamest Video You’ll Ever Watch

You know it’s bad when they have to put ‘this is not a parody’ right on the video. But it gets even worse.

They are motivated. Because ‘stronger people are harder to kill’.

Everyone is welcome except police and people affiliated with right-wing groups. (As though anyon from either category would be caught dead flopping around on the ground like a fish with those [email protected])

On the other hand, their rejection of such groups is good news for any muggers out there.

At least muggers will know who to rob, since — apparently — these dopes won’t call the police and the butter-soft pasty-faced idiot obviously couldn’t fight his way out of a wet paper bag.

Won’t be long before someone comes along and snatches the poor guy’s purse.

ANTIFA are terrorists

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Posted by Project Republic on Thursday, June 29, 2017

That’s worse than sad. It’s embarrassing. I’d say they need boot camp, but it might actually kill them.

They desperately need this book and the life lessons in it. As a side benefit, they’d have no need for throwing around those Leftist buzzwords like marginalized and nazi.

The Effeminization Of The American Male
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