Message from MadDimension in Charlottesville 2.0 #general_1
What a great business decision
"Let's only serve antifa, a bunch of broke hipsters that smell like shit"
So how will they know if someone is a WN?
Or muh trump supporter?
If you're white and dont look homeless
I am of the opinion that by physically dominating public space we do more than by cucking and just not showing up
I, and I hope the rest of the <@&324666407872757760> , am going to make an effort to visit every bar in Charlottesville
I doubt they will be able to enforce it. But I do like the idea of having our own thing instead of spending our money in those bars.
We took over millers last time
seems like they'd want our business we tip well
very white of us
how many of you would want one of these at the rally
@Skull If a riot breaks out in Charlottesville it will not be a result of us breaking windows, damaging property or otherwise using Antifa tactics.
I also highly recommend using defensive tactics because the police are against us just like in Berkeley.
But if we are forced into a street brawl... fight them with honor, stay within reasonable bounds of the law and whoop that Commie, anti-white ass all over God's green Earth.
Theres a discussion i want to have in persom
Holy shit dude that's word for word in the beginning! He didn't even bother changing anything up until halfway through.
I could sue his ass and if he keeps attacking the Alt-Right I just might
Makes you wonder if he may have stole from anyone when writing the new book he just released.
Many of the alt-light people are plagiarists. My buddy wrote an article for Cernovich on Carlos Slim and Cernovich put his own name in the headline
Sue him and milk him for every cent you can, put it into alt-right activism and a legal fund for yourself lol
is it grounds for law suit? Don't you lose copyrights if you put it on YouTube?
I'm not too familiar with how it works. I know with music, you can't use it and generate and revenue without permission of the owner
The legal repercussions of plagiarism can be quite serious. Copyright laws are absolute. One cannot use another person’s material without citation and reference. An author has the right to sue a plagiarist. Some plagiarism may also be deemed a criminal offense, possibly leading to a prison sentence. Those who write for a living, such as journalists or authors, are particularly susceptible to plagiarism issues. Those who write frequently must be ever-vigilant not to err. Writers are well-aware of copyright laws and ways to avoid plagiarism. As a professional writer, to plagiarize is a serious ethical and perhaps legal issue.
Many recent news reports and articles have exposed plagiarism by journalists, authors, public figures, and researchers. In the case where an author sues a plagiarist, the author may be granted monetary restitution. In the case where a journalist works for a magazine, newspaper or other publisher, or even if a student is found plagiarizing in school, the offending plagiarist could have to pay monetary penalties.
yo is this the mitch hoob discord
@everyone After refusing to speak at a Free Speech event with Richard Spencer and Nathan Damigo this Sunday in Washington DC Jack Posobiec has been exposed for plagiarizing my work.
Really activates the old almonds!
Give em hell.
How do we know you didn't time travel and steal his work after he wrote it
A future soldier would know all about time travel, huh
A Jew and their shill of taking from Whites something they didn't create is pretty much the only course of action they have.