Hypothetically, if I were defending those who participated in a protest but did not denounce the straight-up evil, violent ones, then I would appear sympathetic to the violent protesters. Glad you take your online battles so seriously, @RamsayBolton!
Also you might want to read up about the motte and bailey argument style, you leave yourself wide open to attack if you lack humility. Fortunately for you I am too much of a gentleman to take advantage of it!
@lafillefrancaise You may be proud of your heritage, but that doesn't change the fact that you've chosen a factually inaccurate user name. Not a great start. I'm defending PEOPLE from baseless accusations, completely different from defending the actions of convicted criminals. There's this thing called innocent until proven guilty, would you rather people be summarily executed? I don't know or care what David Duke said, I saw an opportunity to poke fun at the French and I took it. I guess you must be guilty by association of everything you haven't denounced, or don't even know about?
@MikeSF I agree, however, I think we can take comfort in the fact that the overwhelming majority of people are disgusted by the displays of white nationalism and white supremacy. These people are a tiny minority. Cultural libertarianism has exposed the toxicity of the regressive left, and it can and will do the same for the regressive right.
It's really sickening that this is happening on American soil