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Gilda, Gallus, and Camp!
"@Background Pony #0A0F":/forums/generals/topics/tartarus?post_id=5033202#post_5033202

Perhaps it is due to:

* horrible politicians (like Trump, Pence, homophobic and racist blokes, "those":https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/feb/18/rick-perry-texans-endure-blackouts-keep-government-out "two":https://www.cbsnews.com/news/tim-boyd-texas-mayor-colorado-city-resigns-power-outages/ [spoiler]bastards[/spoiler] in Texas, and the politicians who do little to improve the "impoverished":https://www.kron4.com/news/bay-area/feces-on-streets-increasing-in-san-francisco/ parts of California) who make people more suspicious about "the other side"
* activism -- whether by leftists to push for equality and social justice by being as rude and shocking against the White majority, or by rightists who also want to be shocking and violent to fight back against "political correctness" and "big government".

These nasty attitudes might had soured during the Obama and Trump administrations. While Obama ruled, right-wingers accused him of communism and denounced him for not being White.

Trump seemed to worsen the left-right division. In the left, more people cut away right-wingers as they accused Trump supporters of supporting his administration's policies and his supporters' hatred against marginalised people. In the right, Trump's anti-establishment and politically-incorrect rhetoric, along with growing support for social justice and LGBTQ movements in the mass media, encouraged people to support right-wing militants and White supremacist groups to fight back against what they considered as "attacks against the family/the church".
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Edited by HorsesandMuchMOAR
HorsesandMuchMOAR
Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
A Really Classy Artist - 250+ images under their artist tag
An Artist Who Rocks - 100+ images under their artist tag
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger
Magnificent Metadata Maniac - #1 Assistant
Artist -
Speaking Fancy - For help with translations

Gilda, Gallus, and Camp!
"@Background Pony #0A0F":/forums/generals/topics/tartarus?post_id=5033202#post_5033202

Perhaps it is due to:

* horrible politicians (like Trump, Pence, homophobic and racist blokes, and the politicians who do little to improve the "impoverished":https://www.kron4.com/news/bay-area/feces-on-streets-increasing-in-san-francisco/ parts of California) who make people more suspicious about "the other side"
* activism -- whether by leftists to push for equality and social justice by being as rude and shocking against the White majority, or by rightists who also want to be shocking and violent to fight back against "political correctness" and "big government".

These nasty attitudes might had soured during the Obama and Trump administrations. While Obama ruled, right-wingers accused him of communism and denounced him for not being White.

Trump seemed to worsen the left-right division. In the left, more people are suspicioust awithay the right-wingers as they accused Trump supporters of supporting his administration's policies and his supporters' hatred against marginalised people. In the right, Trump's anti-establishment and politically-incorrect rhetoric, along with growing support for social justice and LGBTQ movements in the mass media, encouraged people to support right-wing militants and White supremacist groups to fight back against what they considered as "attacks against the family/the church".
No reason given
Edited by HorsesandMuchMOAR
HorsesandMuchMOAR
Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
A Really Classy Artist - 250+ images under their artist tag
An Artist Who Rocks - 100+ images under their artist tag
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger
Magnificent Metadata Maniac - #1 Assistant
Artist -
Speaking Fancy - For help with translations

Gilda, Gallus, and Camp!
"@Background Pony #0A0F":/forums/generals/topics/tartarus?post_id=5033202#post_5033202

Perhaps it is due to:

* horrible politicians (like Trump, Pence, homophobic and racist blokes, and the politicians who do little to improve the "impoverished":https://www.kron4.com/news/bay-area/feces-on-streets-increasing-in-san-francisco/ parts of California) who make people more suspicious about "the other side"
* activism -- whether by leftists to push for equality and social justice by being as rude and shocking against the White majority, or by rightists who also want to be shocking and violent to fight back against "political correctness" and "big government".

These nasty attitudes might had soured during the Obama and Trump administrations. While Obama ruled, right-wingers accused him of communism and denounced him for not being White.

Trump seemed to worsen the left-right division. In the left, more people are suspicious with the right as they accused Trump supporters of supporting his administration's policies and his supporters' hatred against marginalised people. In the right, Trump's anti-establishment and politically-incorrect rhetoric, along with growing support for social justice and LGBTQ movements, encouraged people to support right-wing militants and White supremacist groups to fight back against what they considered as "attacks against the family/the church".
No reason given
Edited by HorsesandMuchMOAR
HorsesandMuchMOAR
Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
A Really Classy Artist - 250+ images under their artist tag
An Artist Who Rocks - 100+ images under their artist tag
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger
Magnificent Metadata Maniac - #1 Assistant
Artist -
Speaking Fancy - For help with translations

Gilda, Gallus, and Camp!
"@Background Pony #0A0F":/forums/generals/topics/tartarus?post_id=5033202#post_5033202

Perhaps it is due to:

* horrible politicians (like Trump, Pence, homophobic and racist blokes, and the politicians who do little to improve the "impoverished":https://www.kron4.com/news/bay-area/feces-on-streets-increasing-in-san-francisco/ parts of California) who make people more suspicious about "the other side"
* activism -- whether by leftists to push for equality and social justice by being as rude and shocking against the White majority, or by rightists who also want to be shocking and violent to fight back against "political correctness" and "big government".

These nasty attitudes might had soured during the Obama and Trump administrations. While Obama ruled, right-wingers accused him of communism and denounced him for not being White.

Trump seemed to worsen the left-right division:. iIn the left, more people are suspicious with the right as they accused Trump supporters of supporting his administration's policies and his supporters' hatred against marginalised people;. while Trump's anti-establishment and politically-incorrect rhetoric, along with growing support for social justice and LGBTQ movements, encouraged people to support right-wing militants and White supremacist groups to fight back against what they considered as "attacks against the family/the church".
No reason given
Edited by HorsesandMuchMOAR
HorsesandMuchMOAR
Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
A Really Classy Artist - 250+ images under their artist tag
An Artist Who Rocks - 100+ images under their artist tag
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger
Magnificent Metadata Maniac - #1 Assistant
Artist -
Speaking Fancy - For help with translations

Gilda, Gallus, and Camp!
"@Background Pony #0A0F":/forums/generals/topics/tartarus?post_id=5033202#post_5033202

Perhaps it is due to:

* horrible politicians (like Trump, Pence, and homophobic and racist blokes, and the politicians who do little to improve the "impoverished":https://www.kron4.com/news/bay-area/feces-on-streets-increasing-in-san-francisco/ parts of California) who make people more suspicious about "the other side"
* activism -- whether by leftists to push for equality and social justice by being as rude and shocking against the White majority, or by rightists who also want to be shocking and violent to fight back against "political correctness" and "big government".

These nasty attitudes might had soured during the Obama and Trump administrations. While Obama ruled, right-wingers accused him of communism and denounced him for not being White.

Trump seemed to worsen tohe left-right division: in the left, more people are suspicious with the right as they accused Trump supporters of supporting his administtration's polickies and his supporters' hatred against marginalised people; while Trump's anti-establishment and politically-incorrect rhetoric encouraged people to support right-wing militants and White supremacist groups.
No reason given
Edited by HorsesandMuchMOAR
HorsesandMuchMOAR
Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
A Really Classy Artist - 250+ images under their artist tag
An Artist Who Rocks - 100+ images under their artist tag
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger
Magnificent Metadata Maniac - #1 Assistant
Artist -
Speaking Fancy - For help with translations

Gilda, Gallus, and Camp!
"@Background Pony #0A0F":/forums/generals/topics/tartarus?post_id=5033202#post_5033202

Perhaps it is due to:

* horrible politicians (like Trump, Pence, and homophobic and racist blokes) who make people more suspicious about "the other side"
* activism -- whether by leftists to push for equality and social justice by being as rude and shocking against the White majority, or by rightists who also want to be shocking and violent to fight back against "political correctness" and "big government".

These nasty attitudes might had soured during the Obama and Trump administrations. While Obama ruled, right-wingers accused him of communism and denounced him for not being White. Trump seemed to worsen to left-right division: in the left, more people are suspicious with the right as they accused Trump supporters of attacking marginalised people; while Trump's anti-establishment and politically-incorrect rhetoric encouraged people to support right-wing militants and White supremacist groups.
No reason given
Edited by HorsesandMuchMOAR