Dodoid wrote:Mr. Fox,
I don't think supporting a raid on an organization or business simply because their views are opposed to yours is really the right way to go. You definitely don't have to agree with them or support their existence, and you're not alone if you don't, but that is not justification for a police raid. It's not illegal to disagree with you.
I normally would not go to this extreme except they are harboring people that are domestic terrorists, they know they are and won't turn them out on the streets like any company normally would and they are actively encouraging that use of their systems through flying the flag of the red/black star.
I have a strong feeling about this because my family comes from Spain and Portugal where in the post WWII era while Germany was floundering under the Weimar and Italy was turning to the black shirts (That's fascists for those who aren't familiar with them) we were getting our nations torn apart by civil war due to communist and left-wing anarchist forces trying to carve up our countries. Then finally in Portugal we got a man in power who quashed the rebellions, punished those responsible and restored people's love and devotion to Portugal while pulling us out of the depression the country was in.
I have strong feelings about this because I had family who lived through this period and told me when I was but a boy of the horrors of the anarchist revolutions.
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