Let’s try to be better to each other
People are bastard coated bastards with a chewy bastard filling
@Suicide Squad Sucks, -Dr. Cox and Dr. Kelso
Bold coming from a Viltrumite sent to Earth to conquer it, then beating his son a bloody pulp when he didn't want to
Youre not asking the right questions then. In my experience radicals justify radical political views by mindlessly repeating political slogans.
Examples: " Im pro-freedom of speech man i just think hate speech should be illegal."
Translation: Yes i want those who i disagree with punished for saying things I dont like.
Example: "Im pro affirmative action and reperations. I think thats the only way to fix systemic racism and bias in the system."
Translation: We should be giving advantages based on race and force people of one race to pay tribute to the people of the correct race, also I believe every white person is secretly racist and is actively conspiring against black people.
It takes alot of debating to drag the true beliefs of a person out in the open. Everyones the hero of their own story. No one believes theyre the villain. The nazis didnt think what they were doing was wrong. Niether did mao, or stalin.
@CocoasBro, nicely put 👏
@Hot Coffee, Its unfortunate how easy it is to manipulate people by framing evil deeds as good ones. If the goverment framed it right atleast 70% of democrates could be tricked into the mass execution of political dissenters.
@CocoasBro, saying it’s “Democrats” that are the problem isn’t helping your argument man. Both sides are littered with people who blindly follow their leaders.
@day man ahhhhh, not really. I can call out mindless Tribalism and also see one tribe to be more guilty than the other. Its not always equal dude.
@CocoasBro, agreed, Democrats are currently leading the charge of the Stupid Brigade, but Republicans are hit or miss. For now, anything is better than a blue D, but that’s only because the Dems hold political power currently. As long as people vote emotionally, stupid will rise to the top regardless of which party is in power.
I’m convinced that the best solution to our current political crisis is restricting voting to people 35 and older, with the possible exception of those in military service.
But you’re right about the rotten core of the Democrats. They might as well change their name to Communist with Chinese Characteristics.
@CocoasBro, this is very well put, but I think you’re only seeing half of the issue. While I do agree that the Democrats of today are an almost entirely corrupt organization that support and enable radical extremists who believe in racial superiority, authoritarian control, and thought policing, the republicans of today are not better.
Republicans of today also oppose free speech for anyone they disagree with, also believe in racial supremacy, as well as religiously minded tyranny that seeks to impose their moral code on the populace.
Left wing extremists want people arrested and unpersoned for not unreservedly supporting the trans agenda. Right wing extremists want women who get abortions to be charged with murder.
Both extremes are antithetical to a properly functioning free democracy.
@I Are Lebo, this guy gets it. Any argument that is fundamentally about who is more corrupt between Ds and Rs misses the underlying point that they are both doing awful jobs representing the populace and are corrupt beyond belief
@CocoasBro, it's crazy how aggressively you missed the point of this meme. Even though people hold opinions you disagree with they can still be a good person. I have a lot of friends and family that disagree with my politically but I still love them, you probably do to.
@Hot Coffee, Fair point just look at the conservative parties in europe.
Also people 35 years and up are just as prone to falling for that kind of bullsh!t as the young kids.
@I Are Lebo, Youre gonna have to point to some areas where the republicans are racial supremacists I just dont see it.
And as far as free speech goes. There are times they resort to censorship you are correct. Its just not as much of concerted effort on the republicans side as on the Dems. Like theyll see something and theyll go "Ree ban that thing think of the children." But Democrates got essentially control over the goddamb internet banning anything that disagrees with their worldview.
Not that I dont see republicans doing the same thing if they done the kind of infiltration that lefties had of these corporations but the fact remains they havent and are currently the side being censored resulting in them fighting back against the censorship. So I support them in hopes they can get a law passed to protect people from that crap.
@Lying Cat, That was my point though. How nobody thinks theyre evil even when they support evil actions. How easily good people can do evil deeds just because they bought into pretty words telling them that theyre side is good.
@CocoasBro, anti LGBT legislation comes pretty much exclusively from the Republican Party. Laws against gay marriage are not proposed by democrats. Laws against abortion and restricting medical access to people comes from Republicans. Groups like the Proud Boys are primarily based amongst the Reps constituents.
The Republicans are also still damaged by continued support of and bolstering of both Donald Trump and the conspiracy theories he peddles. They have a lot of members who oppose climate change, both in terms of long term environmental thinking and short term opposition on the grounds of ideology rather than science.
And while the Democrats are not innocent of science denial (specifically when it comes to trans athletes), the Republicans are far more guilty of it. There are even republicans who push for creationism to be taught in school alongside or instead of evolution.
There are TONS of problems with the modern Republican Party in the USA.
@I Are Lebo, they’re just different flavours of awful
@I Are Lebo, Ok I asked about racial supremacy and you gave me answers regarding the LGBT community.
@CocoasBro, curious that same person who Fought so valiantly for white people using the N-Word, or is the same guy that is typically the first person to scream about the “evil Middle East” is the person pushing the same person fighting against affirmative action.
@Thone09, Who are you quoting there man?
@CocoasBro, I’m quoting you. Back during the guy getting hit by the Twisted Tea controversy you were a proud supporter of White should be able to use the N-Word and it’s not that hard to find examples of every time the Middle East was brought up of you typically being ignored, but talking about how “evil” Middle East is.
@CocoasBro, I'm pretty sure the pic doesn't mean radicals, as radicals are generally in the minority. I think it just means blacks and whites don't actually hate eachother. Dems and repubs don't actually hate eachother etc. Just the radicals, but news channels make bank off of division and controversy so they peddle that sh!t
@Hot Coffee, 35 and older voting wouldn't fix anything imo, and would also be a sh!tty thing to do. Adults have the right to vote, you can't change laws just because you don't like how they vote.
@CocoasBro, fair enough, I got sidetracked. How about the Charlottesville ‘protest’? How about all the republicans that like to fly Confederate flags?
There are active klu klux klan members among the republicans of 2021.
@Mantis Tobaggan, I think things are getting worse nowadays precisely because an increasing number of republicans have taken the default position of hating democrats and vice versa. The radical fringe are given so much more attention by the media (on both sides) and social media that they’re allowed to grow much larger and exert more influence than they would have otherwise.
@I Are Lebo, thats also true. 24 hour "news" networks have done more damage to this nation's political atmosphere than almost anything else.
@CocoasBro, were you going to address the rest of my argument or just hyperfocus on one aspect of it to make it more easily dismissible?
The point is that turning to the republicans to be the opposing force to the corrupt, unaccountable, self serving democrats is foolishness because the republicans are just as corrupt, unaccountable, and self serving.
South Park put it best. It’s a choice between a giant douche and a turd sandwich.
@Mantis Tobaggan, I genuinely believe that future history books will mark the advent of social media as the beginning of the collapse of our current age of civilization. It definitely caused the transition from the ‘information age’ to the ‘misinformation age’.
The best evidence for the harm social media does to society is the fairly recent growth of the flat earth and anti vaxxer movements. It has never been easier in all of human history to find ‘facts’ that support whatever preconceived notion you may hold.
@Thone09, ahh so youre a stalker and a liar. I never said " evil middle east." If youre gonna lie about me to my face do a better job.
1. Freedom of speech includes speech you dont like ya authoritarian fvckwit.
2. My criticism on the religion of islam is always accurate and valid.
@I Are Lebo, I mean Charlottesville was years ago. It wasnt full exclusively of right wing racists and it was roundly condemned by everyone.
As far as the confederate flags go that means nothing to me. Its a symbol of the south it doesnt necessarily stand for racism if you dont want it to.
And name the republicans that are active or former members of the Ku Klux Klan. Ill wait.
@Mantis Tobaggan, I wish they were in the minority.
@CocoasBro, wish granted! They already are!
@CocoasBro, there are only two reasons for flying the confederate flag.
1. A celebration of the confederacy as an organization that was founded specifically and explicitly for the oppression of black people, who waged war against their own country in a treasonous attempt to force the continuation of the institution of slavery.
The Confederacy existed for four years. It’s no one’s heritage, and is entirely based on a tradition borne wholly from racism. Those who fly it without hatred are still supporting racism when they do.
It would be no different for a German today to fly the Swastika flag and claim that it’s not because they hate Jews, they’re just supporting their heritage.
I can’t name any of the Republican Party, period. Not accepting the claim as fact is reasonable. Not realizing the truth of the statement given the history of many Republican states is not. The Republicans don’t get to be the righteous pillars of community you claim them to be simply because
you don’t want to accept it.
I’d recommend you do your own research rather than relying on arguments from strangers over the internet.
@Mantis Tobaggan, no the overton window has shifted far to the left. What the normal Democrat believes is absolutely insane.
@I Are Lebo, 1. Yeah symbols change man. They mean whatever you want it to mean. The swastika wasnt always a symbol of the nazi party and to many a Buddhists, and hindus it still isnt.
2. You cant name a single republican thats even a former member of the Ku Klux Klan let alone an active one because they dont exist. Its none of them. The republican party to this day does not support race based policy while the democrats are very proud and open about their race based policies.
@CocoasBro, lol, sure thing man
@Mantis Tobaggan, Ill keep that in mind the next a lefty screeches at me about systemic racism.
@CocoasBro, the majority wouldn't, so, good to go.
@I Are Lebo, Dude telling people to do their own research is a cop out and you know it. Dont make a claim if you cant substantiate it.
@CocoasBro, first of all, I specified the Swastika flag. Referencing Buddhism or Hinduism in regard to that is a dishonest moving of the goalposts rather than an actual addressing of the argument.
What I said was that I can’t name a member of the Republican Party, period. Ted Cruz, I guess. My inability to name specific members of the party, let alone ones with either hidden or open secret connections to the KKK is proof of literally nothing. It also doesn’t change the fact that with connections to religiously minded conservative groups often comes connections to more extreme factions within those communities.
To say that there are Republican members with ties to the KKK is like saying there are Democrats with ties to Antifa. Entirely unsurprising when you actually have any understanding of local history and culture.
Your consistent attempts to hyperfocus on specific details while ignoring the larger point betrays your unwillingness to approach this topic honestly.
@I Are Lebo, Youre accusing me of being dishonest? Dude you just lied about Ted Cruz being a member of the Klu Klux Klan. But youre gonna accuse me of being dishonest. Okay were done here.
@CocoasBro, please point out where I said that Ted Cruz is a member of the KKK. Because either you’re being dishonest, or you have the reading comprehension skills of a four year old. I named Ted as a member of THE REPUBLICANS, not as a member of the KKK
As for evidence, a two second google search shows a 2018 report by The Washington Post which revealed 11 governors, 16 senators, and as many as 75 congressmen all active with the KKK and the numbers were evenly split between Democrats and Republicans.
You are doing the very thing you call out leftists for doing. Being so stuck in your ideological bubble that you react with hostility and dismissiveness towards any information that contradicts your already held beliefs.
That’s why I call you dishonest. It is quite clear you are more interested in being right than in actually coming to any understanding. That’s why you take things out of context, ignore the larger point to split hairs, and fail to engage with any actual arguments
@CocoasBro, he did not say Ted Cruz was a member of the KKK. He said that was the only member of the Republican Party that he knew the name of.
It’s a shame because your initial point I agreed with but as the debate went on you either started trolling or stopped reading what he was saying to you.
@I Are Lebo, I know you’re only one person but seeing someone else realize all of that gives me hope for humanity.
@CocoasBro, also, I just want to point out, the people involved in Charlottesville didn’t poof out of existence afterwards, nor did their beliefs just go away. Not sure how you can honestly dismiss hundreds of people who believe so strongly in their own supremacy that they bought Tiki torches to mark the occasion.
@JoeJoestar, I appreciate that sentiment more than I can adequately convey.
I fear I’ve run out of faith for humanity a long time ago.
Also, just tossing this out there for the record, but I can probably name less than three democrats off the top of my head, so it’s not like me not being able to point fingers at anyone on either side mattered the least in this discussion.
@CocoasBro, yeah, but slightly less likely, and I think the voting age should be 55, but 35 is already shocking enough to most people, but after a number of conversations, I’ve found 35 is less jarring, so that’s what I go with.
@Mantis Tobaggan, actually, that’s how democracy works. If you don’t like a law you and you convince more than half the voting public the law is bad, it gets changed. You’re making a strong argument for my point as you don’t seem to understand how democracy works.
@Hot Coffee, haha! I mean, if the majority vote for it then it works ofc. I know full well how democracy works. You don't have a good point, even if I didn't know how democracy worked. Not enough people would vote for what you say because it's absolutely ridiculous, and morally wrong. And you'd rather it be 55? Asinine. I think everything should either be 18 or 21, voting, smoking, drinking, military, etc, preferably 21. Why should people that won't be around as long have exclusive voting rights? That makes no sense.
@I Are Lebo, the only major politician I know with ties to the KKK is Hilary Clinton. Plenty of photos of her and Robert Byrd.
Sure Rep. Steve King, a Republican from Iowa, said some overtly racist things, but he got primaried in the election a few months later. And if you want to bring history into this, which party was Lincoln a member of? Until LBJ the south was bluer than the rust belt. It was Democrats that wrote the Jim Crow laws.
The Democrat Party is the party of racism. Welfare laws that destroyed black families, planned parenthood that murders black babies, critical race theory that is thinly veiled white supremacy. The fact that they use LGBT issues as a moral shield is pathetic, and frankly cynical. The Democrat party personifies the idea that the ends justifies the means.
@Mantis Tobaggan, young people are stupid and easily duped, and while older people are just as stupid, they’re slightly less easily duped.
Actually, this will be lost on you, but you are exhibit A of evidence that proves the validity of my opinion, so thanks for that!
@Hot Coffee, ok, so since they are slightly more likely to be duped, according to you, theh should lose their right to vote? Ridiculous. If I am exhibit A for something you don't like I'm probably doing something right. BTW I'm old enough that either way I could vote with your idea, I just know it's wrong amd dumb.
I have 2 questions:
1. Why shouldn't young people have a say in the fate of their country? If being easily duped is enough of a reason nobody should vote.
2. You do know the largest percentage of voters are people over 50? Do you think they've done a bang up job? So most voters are already the age you want, has that done well for this country lately.
Young people may be more easily duped, but they are also more open minded, and like it or not, are the future. They should definitely get a vote imo. If there is a minimum age, outside of being a legal adult, then there should be a maximum right?
@Hot Coffee, nothing you said is lost on me, I just think your idea is idiotic.
@I Are Lebo, you have the balls to accuse me of arguing in bad faith. To discussing in bad faith when all I asked you to do was substantiate an audacious claim you made. Like do you honestly expect me to take something like that at face value and not question it? Especially when I addressed the other point that you had made before hand.
Oh and as far as how I can dismiss what was it a thousand racists that showed up in Charlottesville. They got roundly condemned by the republican party and they dont hold political office. Thats how I ignore them theyre not important.
Youre a manipulative piece of crap I dont know why i tried to have a conversation with you in the first place.
I looked for this article the only mention of it I could find was on wikipedia. All it said was the washington post made a claim like that. As far as I can tell it was an unsubstantiated claim thrown in to the ether for propaganda purposes that later got pulled down.
@JoeJoestar, Imagine asking someone to substantiate a claim. Lol Trolling.
@Hot Coffee, and the Republican Party engages in Jerrymandering and voter restrictions that in practice remove voting opportunities to poor black communities.
Don’t pretend that racism is something unique to one side. You may as well act like virtue is something unique to one side. Or compassion. Honor. Any human attribute, including bigotry, is going to be present in any group of people.
As for the republicans specifically, I’d recommend you actually pay attention to the wrongdoings of republicans rather than make assumptions based on historical figures.
@CocoasBro, I’m a manipulative piece of shït? Really? Why, because I disagree with you about the character content of the republicans? Because you hyperfocus on one claim out of several and demand proof rather than investigate the claim to verify it’s validity?
The claim is a rumour, but it’s one that is fairly easy to verify if one actually cares about the truth of their beliefs. You clearly do not, and would prefer to subscribe to the idea that the democrats are the bad guys and the republicans are the good guys.
You’re naive, and what’s more, you’re also either stupid or dishonest, depending on whether your tactics are intentional or not.
A great example of what I’m talking about is when I draw attention to the Republican party’s abuse of the LGBT community, opposing basic human rights for both gay and trans people. You did not so much as acknowledge this point, instead diverting back to the claim about racism.
Racism isn’t the only type of discrimination that matters.
@CocoasBro, Awwww your stupidity never ceases to amuse me. Like a fine wine it gets better with each passing year and is always delectable seeing your moronic ramblings in the comment section. Makes my day every time.
You are an absolute cutting blind hypocrite and it's amazing. Keep being the idiotic mouth piece you are. ✌
Whatz that conniving, passive aggressive, antiphrasis garbage your always spouting? Be well? Yea I think that's it. Be well my dude and never change your stupidity. It makes me happy ^-^
@I Are Lebo, Dude the claim that a dozen senators and several senators are active members of the Ku Klux Klan are verifiably false. There is no evidence for such a radical claim period.
Youre right i did miss the points about the LGBT community but I addressed almost all of your other points so you pretending like im ignoring your points is manipulative and wrong, and i think you know what youre doing.
You pretend like youre trying to be fair but youre reaction to me simply asking for evidence for a claim is telling of your bias.
@LaDarkProphet, coming from a dude like you? Means nothing keep on with your meaningless ad-hominem attacks just proves me right.
@CocoasBro, See? The hypocrisy is baffling and hilariously obvious! It amuses me greatly ^-^
Be well! 🍻
@CocoasBro, you’re really going to call someone else out on using ad hominem attacks? Hypocritical much?
@I Are Lebo, I read that as you saying Ted Cruz was a member of the KKK from the Republican party, so you clearly need to rephrase it, or as you did clarify it. Don't get so defensive, and blame reading comprehension. You wrote poorly.
@thatoneguymaybe, thanks for the downvote spree, jackass. Maybe put forward an argument as to why you think I’m wrong rather than blame me for your piss poor reading skills.
@I Are Lebo, What voter restrictions are you referring to? I'm curious to see.
Will you name an of the those Republican KKK members any day now?
Racism isn't unique to any one side, but there is one that is actively far more racist, not only in members, but in policies.
You avoided the KKK point, to bring up LGBT(moving the goalposts) than have the gall to accuse him of moving the goalposts. Shame on you.
What "basic human rights" are opposed by Republicans for Gay and Trans people?
@thatoneguymaybe, “What I said was that I can’t name a member of the Republican Party, period. Ted Cruz, I guess.” If you read that as “Ted Cruz is a member of the KKK”, then you’re an idiot.
I never said anything about voter restrictions, you’re mixing up who you’re responding to.
Like I’ve said three times now, I can’t name any members of the Republican Party, let alone specific members affiliated with the KKK. But membership of the KKK has been an integral part of politics in many red (and several blue) states for generations now. I would be far more shocked if there weren’t a dozen members with ties in places like Georgia or Alabama.
I didn’t avoid the KKK point, in fact I freely admitted it was based in rumour. Like the other moron before you, you fail to realize I made several claims about the Republicans, all of which boil down to “they’re not the good guys”. Their anti LGBT stances are a part of that argument. It’s not moving the goalposts to bring up immoral or unethical
things they do when the point of the argument is that they do unethical and immoral things. What is moving the goalposts is hyperfocusing on a single aspect of an argument and then treating anything outside of that narrow scope as if it’s changing the topic. It’s not. Shame on yourself.
As for what basic human rights for gay and trans people are opposed by republicans? MARRIAGE. Gay marriage and the opposition of it has been a staple of the Republican Party for decades. They oppose gay marriage, they oppose gay parents adopting children, they oppose the very validity of trans people, including blocking trans people from receiving proper health care.
They also oppose reproductive rights for women, they oppose proper sexual education for children, and that’s saying nothing about the significant amount of republicans still supporting Trump and his insane conspiracy theories.
Republicans also support anti mask and anti vaccine positions, directly contributing to the continuation of the
pandemic, which has now killed almost 800,000 Americans.
Is that enough, or do you need more to see how far up your ass your head is?
@I Are Lebo, You have this problem with reading, and writing comprehension.
You claimed that Republicans members were KKK members, then when asked to name them, claimed you couldn't name any Republican members of the party.
When cocoa responds saying that you can't name a Rep KKK, nor even an active Rep member, you misunderstood that, and then responded incorrectly.
You also poorly worded your response to him, which then sparked further disconnect.
The disconnect started with you, then you made it worse.
I'm not going to argue that all Republicans are good guys, not even going to bother, because it's not true.
When you are on a topic, and you change it, that's moving the goalposts.
You may want to equate it, but you need to stick on topic, or you can't complain.
You hyperfocused yourself, which is part of the problem, you started that. He asked for proof of racial surpremecy by Republicans. You went off on a tangent about LGBT.
Shame on you double.
@I Are Lebo, Marriage is not a basic human right. Marriage is actually something that came from religion, if you will.
It was designed for a man and a woman. It's just that simple.
What you are speaking of with adoption, and "validity of trans people" are severe mis-characterizations of Republican arguments, and reasonings.
Thats a whole other conversation.
But it relates to caring about the children, and the people.
I'd be curious to know what "proper" Healthcare is being blocked by Reps.
They don't oppose reproductive rights for woman, other mis-characterization.
They oppose killing babies.
What on earth is "proper sexual education" for children.
Yes, yes, we know you don't like Trump, and certain things that people believe.
That's quite clear. You are just so much smarter than all those people, I understand.
Sure, Republicans support something you don't agree with, so they are evil!
There is no actual data to support your claim that is contributed to the deaths of people.
@I Are Lebo, We have seen evidence that the policies in Red lead states have done far better, than Blue lead states. So your claims fall short.
16 comments above this one, you made the claim about voter restrictions, so please learn to read.
In a better format, we could discuss the background of all of this information, this chat section is horrible for sharing info, and for at length discussions.
When you grow up, maybe we can discuss reality, and you can learn to cut the insults, learn to read, and even write.
You may even find out that we agree on some things. Perhaps, I know it's crazy, but maybe you may even learn something? I know, it's kind of scary.
@I Are Lebo, are you really gonna call me hypocritical with the way youve been acting? Unbelievable.
I called you manipulative because thats what youve been doing. I called you out for it you have no moral high ground here.
absolutely zero self awareness.
@CocoasBro, You know, after years on here, I think Lebo is actually a troll. Because trolls contradict themselves, make things up, get mad at you for pointing out things they do, and expecting them to respond appropriately, and to the point you make.
With more even, I think Lebo is simply a troll.
@I Are Lebo, stop picking on them! It's not their fault they can't read!
@CocoasBro, the irony is palpable.
@thatoneguymaybe, the institution of marriage predates Christianity. You’re simply wrong.
Marriage IS a human right, and there isn’t a single valid argument against gay marriage. It’s that simple. Supporting equal rights for all regardless of sexual orientation or identity is morally good. Opposing it is morally bad.
You’re welcome to try to argue otherwise.
@thatoneguymaybe, of course you think I’m a troll. That’s to be expected from people like you.
@Mantis Tobaggan, yeah, I’m done here. Nothing productive will come from this.
@I Are Lebo, Yeah it really is. Its a shame your blind to it.
@thatoneguymaybe, Lmao dude thinks marraige is a human right. Clearly has no idea what a human right is.
Dude just mindlessly throws out insane rumors like several governors and a dozen+ senators are active KKK members and expects not to be questioned on it? Ya did a good job calling him out on his bullsh!t.
@I Are Lebo, I know what you are now. Ill remember it.
@Mantis Tobaggan, I pointed out his inability to not just read his own comment, but that he didn't write it well.
Come on Mantis.
@I Are Lebo, I never said Christianity, don't put words in my mouth.
How is it a human right?
I support equal rights for all. You just try to pretend I don't by making up rights.
@I Are Lebo, You have shown it by your actions kid, not much I can do.
@thatoneguymaybe, tbh I didn't read your guys convo, I just love that quote from big daddy
@Mantis Tobaggan, I appreciate the humour, but could you maybe pick a better time to chime in, or maybe make that known?
Just asking, I do appreciate you trying to add some leavity.
@thatoneguymaybe, lol, fair enough it did get pretty heated in here
@Mantis Tobaggan, *insert it's fine dog meme* Heated? Nah it's fine
@I Are Lebo, I don’t like Republicans. Both parties Jerrymander when they have control. Pointing out the staggering hypocrisy of the democrats isn’t a defense of republicans. The biggest wrongdoings of Republicans is failing to act. They’re the do nothing party.
Your last statement is confusing, could you clarify?
@Hot Coffee, are you referring to my remark about gay marriage?
@I Are Lebo, no, it wasn’t about gay marriage, sorry for not referring to the topic of confusion in my comment, and I can’t find the comment now, at least it’s too early in the morning to hunt it down, this is a longish for pre-coffee me to wade through
@Hot Coffee, well, I’m happy to address whatever point, I just need to know which point I’m addressing
I dare someone to post this on Twitter, screenshot it, and post it to r/whitepeopletwitter.
We should just have another civil war already. NONE of our lives are important and existing any longer is a plight, a cancer, on this otherwise perfect storm of a planet: The universe will not miss us. F Society
Why are there downvotes, seriously..
@shorty32, because people disagree, as simple as that. Both sides are atrocious and do the same things, in different ways. Both try to censor. Both manipulate. Etc etc. To say one is better than the other speaks exactly to devisive thinking.
@TheMonkeyGod, I respect that response.
@TheMonkeyGod, I find there are two reasons to compare corruption. One is to excuse one’s allegiance to their particular side over the other, as if to say “I can’t be the bad guy because they’re worse!”
The other is just to obfuscate whatever issue is being discussed by getting lost in the proverbial weeds.
Both approaches are dishonest wastes of time.
@I Are Lebo, I have to find this post hilarious after reading you and Cocoa go back in forth. You did what you claim are dishonest wastes of time, above.
Thats a self own, ouch!
@thatoneguymaybe, uh huh. Rrrrriiiiight.
Go fück yourself with a dremel.
@I Are Lebo, The gift just keeps on giving. You know that digging a hole for yourself would be more efficient if you didn't use a dremel.
Just how long has he been trying to get the boy killed?
Not the advice I expected from him but good advice
A person can be nice. People are assholes