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Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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Power of Positive Puppeh Pondering salutations on this nippy Saturday morning, Wheelizens! (Crikey…can we even use the word “nippy” anymore or has it been relegated to the vocabulary ban-pile as “niggardly” has?)

Hope that Kyle Rittenhouse, his family and his friends get to enjoy a little relief from the enormous weight they’ve been carrying for 15 months. (Since I recall the George Zimmerman imbroglio, it’s gonna be a while before the media and the commies -- but I repeat myself -- move on to other Objects of Hate.)

I’d love to see real consequences for Binger and “Sgt. Schultz” but expect they won’t get anything close to what they deserve for their shameful shenanigans re this -- IMHO -- completely political prosecution.

While Judge Schroeder didn’t exactly cover himself in glory, he was a damned sight better than Lance Ito.

Also wasn’t dazzled by the defense team, but somehow they achieved what I believe to be a just verdict.

Further, good on the jury for -- under surely immense strain -- delivering a fair verdict based on the facts. I wish them the best in the aftermath of this whole sordid mess which the state created and then dumped into their laps to sort-out.

Lastly, I wish great ills upon my fellow citizens who pushed their various narratives throughout the course of this case…especially the rat-bastard race-baiters (who are legion).

For many reasons, America is ripe for a rebellion; I think we’re in for an ugly ride for the next several years…or longer.

I am not happy about this.

“Fatwa, what is best in life?”

“To be left the hell alone.”

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Because it’s Caturday:

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dv8
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dv8
16 days ago

I hope Kyle sues everyone that libeled him. That kid Sandeman has been encouraging him to do so since before the verdict dropped.

Paddy O'Furnijur, Village Souse
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Paddy O'Furnijur, Village Souse
16 days ago

Happy Caturday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa!

Fatwa -- I completely agree with your statements.

Got to run out to TJ’s for supplies for the week and for Thanksgiving, while Mrs. Paddy runs to Stater Bros. for the rest of the supplies. After that, it’s time to disassemble and thoroughly clean the fountain. What a wonderful thing to do on a cool, cloudy day!

Good morning, dv8 (and Harper!). I see you snuck in while I was RabBiT typing.

Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
16 days ago

Good morning Fatwa, Dv8, and Paddy.

I don’t know if there are real cases for libel and slander available to Kyle Rittenhouse -- if I remember correctly, George Zimmerman went down that path and came up empty. If he does, I think his best shots are going to be for statements made after the verdict that continue to misrepresent or lie about actual facts in the case like “crossing state lines with an illegal gun” type of thing.

And speaking of Zimmerman, I hope Rittenhouse doesn’t implode as he did after he was found not guilty. I wish this young man a long, happy, and productive life.

One thing I’m not clear on is if Rittenhouse ever made a statement to the police after he was arrested. Since no evidence was ever introduced during the trial of that, I guess not? But if he didn’t, that lends credence to to the advice of after a shooting demand a lawyer and say nothing.

Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
16 days ago

Best reaction to verdict.

Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
15 days ago

Picking through some of the post-verdict coverage and seeing the white racist spin from the left and how if Kyle was black it would have been a completely different outcome. The BLM and leftist focus is all about race/privilege and completely overlooks the fact the organizations are corrupt against everyone, not just their pet classifications. If these activists dropped the “black” lives matter and embraced “all” lives matter, then they might find allies. Instead, they gotta stick to that systemic racism bullshit.

Paddy O'Furnijur, Village Souse
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Paddy O'Furnijur, Village Souse
15 days ago
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The media seems to be awfully quiet about the black man in Florida who was acquitted just yesterday of 2nd degree murder and attempted murder of a police officer during a SWAT raid on his home. The only news I can find is local. I wonder why that is?

Last edited 15 days ago by Paddy O'Furnijur, Village Souse
dv8
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dv8
15 days ago

Tim Pool talked about it.

Also Salty Cracker and other independent guys did.

dv8
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dv8
15 days ago
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But mainstream people… not so much.