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El Paso "Manifesto" interesting

#1 Post by AJMD429 » Sun Aug 04, 2019 8:04 am

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/0 ... ealthcare/

I'm sure the 'news' media will selectively twist it...
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I still wish some Texan redneck wearing a MAGA hat had shot him.

Of course now we have to deal with all of the idiots in the electorate who are so self-absorbed and arrogant that they feel like the most important thing now is to 'do something' so that they can feel good about themselves even if the thing that they do makes the problem worse instead of better. Virtue signaling by passing 'gun control' and defying the NRA is the act of fools who don't care about safe streets as much as they care about their own image.
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Re: El Paso "Manifesto" interesting

#2 Post by Bill in Oregon » Sun Aug 04, 2019 8:48 am

Here here!

My thought on the homicidal maniacs is that our society has taken some subtle but very wrong turns and created a culture that too easily marginalizes, isolates, devalues and infuriates people already on the fringe. It could be our crazy and growing income inequality, the nearly meaningless low-end jobs, meaningless digital relationships, meaningless and constant digital entertainment that dehumanizes and shrinks attention/gratification spans -- I don't know. But it seems these people get "mad as hell and won't take it anymore" and then have all these previous sociopaths to copy. This is all too complex and inconvenient for your liberal to process, so they look at the tool used and blame that.
It is a very difficult and heartbreaking problem, and the entertainment industry has played a huge role in desensitizing young minds for profit, but that industry is run by and for liberals.

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#3 Post by AJMD429 » Sun Aug 04, 2019 4:48 pm

Yeah...how ironic that Hollywood blames Trump, but they are the ones glorifying SENSELESS violence, and obscuring history in favor of their 'narrative'... :evil:
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Re: El Paso "Manifesto" interesting

#4 Post by BlaineG » Mon Aug 05, 2019 3:08 pm

Bill in Oregon wrote:
Sun Aug 04, 2019 8:48 am
Here here!

My thought on the homicidal maniacs is that our society has taken some subtle but very wrong turns and created a culture that too easily marginalizes, isolates, devalues and infuriates people already on the fringe. It could be our crazy and growing income inequality, the nearly meaningless low-end jobs, meaningless digital relationships, meaningless and constant digital entertainment that dehumanizes and shrinks attention/gratification spans -- I don't know. But it seems these people get "mad as hell and won't take it anymore" and then have all these previous sociopaths to copy. This is all too complex and inconvenient for your liberal to process, so they look at the tool used and blame that.
It is a very difficult and heartbreaking problem, and the entertainment industry has played a huge role in desensitizing young minds for profit, but that industry is run by and for liberals.
I think that giving excuses to the mentally ill does more harm than good. Mind-altering drugs, and shrinks are a huge part of it. The huge majority of mass murder before 1980 occured in Socialist/Communist countries. I see that trend in this country.
One more thing....When I was growing up in the 60s, Jim Crow was alive and well, and the non-White people in my area were hard working and determined to overthrow the yoke of labels. Now, with minorities/women being told, loudly, 24/7 that it's White Men that are the problem, they are believing it and the mentally ill ones are taking action based on what they are being told is true.
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#5 Post by Ysabel Kid » Tue Aug 06, 2019 8:03 pm

Media making all kinds of hay out of the El Paso shooter. Notice the relative quiet on the Dayton one.

Could it be because he was a demented leftist?
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