the ignorant bully(facist) is always shouting

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  1. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    urban density planning by alt-right capitalist psychopaths creating concrete jungles for poor children to grow up in...
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    intellectual & social isolationism with overt moral/religious dictatorship ...
     
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  3. TheFrogger Valued Senior Member

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    Those are not the only choices.

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    There is also creationism: by this I mean you CREATE your own world.
     
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  5. ForrestDean Registered Senior Member

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    Yeah, I don't recognize right or left, conservative or liberal. It's all the same to me. I'm not interested in religions or morals either. I do agree capitalism is destroying our world, but that was our choice. There are no victims here. The entire collective global society is sociopathic, so alt-right, alt-left, up or down, capitalist, socialist, communist, whatever-ist, everyone's a contributor.
     
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  7. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    ... sociopothy, entropy of human society...

    the 1st thing people are brain washed to do when there is more than one or two in a room is to pick someone and declare that single person to have power of life or death over the others(there must be a leader brainwashing).
    its the brainwashed Antidisestablishmentarianism as a knee jerk reaction that is used to undermine collective liberty that i find infuriating.

    don't waste time thinking, quickly first pick a side(while surrendering your own liberty) !

    if you want a perfect world you will need to learn how to build a planet 1st
     
  8. Jeeves Valued Senior Member

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    Hiking, you can do in total isolation from a human community. Kayaking, too, probably - if you've figured out how to build one. Meanwhile, of course, you must also find ways to feed yourself and prevent losing digits to frost-bite.
    Jet-skis and airplanes, however, are the products of advanced industrial civilization, which can only function with intricate political organization. How that organization works affects every member of a society; determines what they can and can't do; can and can't say; where they can go, what work they do, what they can learn, how secure or anxious they feel; what associations and liberties and rights they can exercise.
    You don't have to think about all this, but refusing to think about it is no particular virtue.
     
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  9. TheFrogger Valued Senior Member

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    Wise, Jeeves.

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  10. ForrestDean Registered Senior Member

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    That's cool. I still have absolutely no interest in it.
     
  11. Jeeves Valued Senior Member

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    That's fine. But why brag on it?
     
  12. ForrestDean Registered Senior Member

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    Hmmm, well I didn't know I was, but why not?
     
  13. Jeeves Valued Senior Member

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    Nobody makes an effort without a reason.
    I genuinely wonder why you felt it was - which: necessary? important? worthwhile? fun? - to communicate your disdain.
    Most people, when something doesn't interest them, don't take part in a discussion on that subject, or perhaps make one idle remark just to be noticed and then move on to something that does interest them. They don't usually come back, several times, to reiterate a non-contribution.
    It seems you want to make sure we believe that you don't care.
    It sounds like "protesting too much"; as if perhaps there were some ulterior motive.
     
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  14. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    i get a feeling of a desire to help. which is nice.

    it is quite a position of privilege to be able to not have to care about politics.
    both the very rich & the very poor are equally focused on politics around how much tax they have to pay and what type of services they get provided with.
    generically... upper middle class(read middle class) who have solid incomes backed by a certain amount of asset worth tend to avoid politics as much as possible because of the right wing sycophants who donate to political social engineering proponents and the money chasers who sell their soul to climb up the financial ladder, using anyone or anything to stand on.

    the ability to let go of all that greed and overt dictatorship power & control lust is quite liberating.
    a kin to a religious experience per-say

    thats why the alt-right power & control freaks are hesitant at attacking the liberal arts field because middle class liberals(moral liberal[read modern secular] not political American liberal whom are conservative scammers)they pay big money for culture and those greedy back stabbers will always chase the money.
     
  15. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    psychological anthropology
     
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  16. ForrestDean Registered Senior Member

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    I know right? Whoops, I mean IKR? People are so disdainy these days. You see, I think it's because the Earth is going through some sort of cosmic magnetic field and it's making people go crazy. It's probably why "ignorant bullying" is on the rise.

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  17. ForrestDean Registered Senior Member

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    Yep. And the ability to let go of everything is even more liberating.
     
  18. Jeeves Valued Senior Member

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    Thanks for that clarification. Now I can put it to rest oafa.
     
  19. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    a critiquing semi rhetorical comment on modern society's inability to substantiate an emotional value of human rights for an individual

    how many feelings does it cost to pay for an emotion ?

    no such thing as a free hug
     
  20. Jeeves Valued Senior Member

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    Just as well. There is far too much hugging and and slugging, instead of thinking and planning.
    Maybe, as with energy generation, if you make the convenient fuel, and hugs, less cost-effective than the smart fuel and problem-solving, the ubermonaterized societies will eventually convert.
    eventually being the sinkhole
     
  21. pluto2 Registered Senior Member

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    The Internet is full of bullies and liars and gangsters.

    This is why I dislike the people on the Internet so much. Many people on the Internet are very superficial people.

    I know this because I've been abused on the Internet countless times before.
     
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  22. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Since all you see on the internet is the surface that people want to see, you can't really judge that these people are superficial, only that what they show you is superficial.

    Which is, of course, a truism. To get to know someone more than superficially, you need to interact with them directly.

    Have you ruled out your own culpability in how you are treated?
     

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