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News Comments > Trump Calls Out Video Games
100. Re: Trump Calls Out Video Games Feb 23, 2018, 18:37 NicklePop
 
HoSpanky wrote on Feb 23, 2018, 15:40:
Again, pro-gun people hate the idea of ANY restrictions being put on their hobby/interest/obsession. They immediately act like ANY restriction means “no guns for anyone”. This is an idiotic argument, and used as a noise-making tactic. It’s being done to make any functional argument into an incomprehensible mess.

Given that 4 genocides in 20C were preceded by slowly encroaching gun laws .. it seems pretty reasonable.

Disarm the population -> the state enemy (citizens who want to limit the power of the state) are defenseless.

If you disagree, I suggest reading a book covering 4000 BCE -> 1999 CE

(or just pick any decade within those 5999 years)
 
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News Comments > Trump Calls Out Video Games
99. Re: Trump Calls Out Video Games Feb 23, 2018, 18:26 NicklePop
 
Problem isn't: inanimate objects

Problem is:

US children raised by single parents, exposed to violent imagery day-in-and-day-out, combined with opiates for emotion control.

The drug war was started by the same hysterical anti-analysis nonsense contained in this thread.


Are 300 people dying in 20 years enough to change the Constitution?

I wonder what argument you'll use to remove the 1st Amendment!


I've already heard arguments about it from the Democrat-Reddit crowd...

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News Comments > Trump Calls Out Video Games
98. Re: Trump Calls Out Video Games Feb 23, 2018, 18:24 NicklePop
 
Beamer wrote on Feb 23, 2018, 17:04:

Conspiracy theorist.

Historian?

No need to delineate, they are one and the same!

I can't imagine NOT being a conspiracy theorist, considering the historical record ...
 
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News Comments > Trump Calls Out Video Games
94. Re: Trump Calls Out Video Games Feb 23, 2018, 16:41 NicklePop
 
Outlaw:

- video games
- movies
- guns
- drugs
- driving
- knives
- parenting

All of these can cause harm in the wrong hands.

Once we empower the state to control our lives fully, then finally, we'll have peace.

One thing is for certain: freedom of choice/options is bad, because it can be abused.

Consider how many people die driving drunk every year, WAY MORE THAN school shootings.

The only solution is a total driving ban.

If you care about 300 dead in 20 years from school shooting, you should CARE way more about removing all other rights which can produce harm in the wrong hands.

If you're consistent.

 
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News Comments > Trump Calls Out Video Games
15. Re: Trump Calls Out Video Games Feb 22, 2018, 22:31 NicklePop
 
Single parents, "depression" *drugs* [Huxley eh?], violent obsession across entertainment media = broken humans willing to do violence.

Guns are no more a problem than knives when not in the hands of the post-Columbine generation (primarily).

Opiates kill FAR more people than a few hundred school shooting victims AND the majority of these psychos are on them.

- stop taking emotion drugs
- stop putting your own needs above your childrens
- stop letting children indoctrinate their minds with insanity promoting media

Problem gone!

All of it's tragic, but don't change the 2nd amendment in a fundamental sense; law through emotion is foolish.
 
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News Comments > R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax
58. Re: R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax Feb 22, 2018, 14:23 NicklePop
 
Beamer wrote on Feb 22, 2018, 13:48:

Yup, Australia and the UK, those Marxist nations.

You realize you're completely out of step with reality, right? You probably think Pizzagate was real.

Have you read Marx?

Regardless, repeating pattern: not an argument.

Ad hominem fallacy.
 
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News Comments > R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax
54. Re: R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax Feb 22, 2018, 12:53 NicklePop
 
PHJF wrote on Feb 22, 2018, 12:48:
1) Yes, guns IN THE HANDS OF SOLDIERS (you seem to respond to caps) protect us from fascist regimes.

The fact he thinks he is at risk of a fascist regime change speaks more to his lack of sanity (no doubt caused by Rush and whatshisface, that insane manic frogfucking guy). These people can't be reasoned with no matter how hard one tries, and for some reason we keep trying.

If Trump being elected didn't cause the rational and better part of our nation not to spark a violent regime change, nothing will. You know why it didn't? Do you know why the rational and better part of our country lets that giant orange fuckup continually diminish the US? Because of respect for constitutional democracy. Because I'm not some insane moron cowering with a horde of firearms expecting "the gubment" to come take my life and liberty away.

Is your argument "you can trust state power"?

Given the history of man, how can you make that claim?

Are you aware that conspiracy moves history?

Reichstag, burning of Rome, Bay of Pigs, Vietnam, "yellow cake", as examples *most* people are aware of.

Democrat-Redditors seem incapable of having a discussion about reality without ad hominem fallacy.

"I'm not going to address your argument, it's wrong because you're dumb"

Mind blowing! Very creepy about what this portends.

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News Comments > R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax
51. Re: R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax Feb 22, 2018, 12:38 NicklePop
 
Saboth wrote on Feb 22, 2018, 12:37:
NicklePop wrote on Feb 22, 2018, 12:35:
Fear anyone who wants to repeal the right to defend yourself.

They are the agents of the coming genocide.

A pattern well established in the 1900s.

Have there been many genocides in other first world nations since they banned guns? How do these people defend themselves?

The pattern initiates with economic / social collapse; we're on the verge.

What happened in the Marx-influenced nations will happen here within ~30 years.

(deducing from the data-set, no set "rules", just patterns)

The "state power as the solution" crowd currently represented by the Democrat-Redditor worldview is gaining traction.

The new Leninists.

The Pattern
 
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News Comments > R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax
49. Re: R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax Feb 22, 2018, 12:35 NicklePop
 
Fear anyone who wants to repeal the right to defend yourself.

They are the agents of the coming genocide.

A pattern well established in the 1900s.

Atheism + gun control = genocide; to reject this formula is to reject logic, reason, and the data-set pattern well established.
 
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News Comments > R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax
47. Re: R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax Feb 22, 2018, 12:13 NicklePop
 
Muscular Beaver wrote on Feb 22, 2018, 12:07:
They defend you from fascist regimes, exactly like your constitution states.

His worldview and knowledge of history must begin in 1960 whereby the state is the savior, and anyone who questions it is a "conspiracy theorist".

Incredible really, given that the history of man is the history of abuse by the state.

The Democrat-redditor mindset is that individualism and free exchanges between people are the problem, and a large and empowered state is the solution.

(he also seems to think I'm an anti-semite for mentioning that Karl Marx fully explained this mechanism [of the socialist worldview being oppositional to Judaism and Christianity] in his writing)

Failure to interpret I guess. By-product of a single parent who let him have violent video games?
 
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News Comments > R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax
45. Re: R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax Feb 22, 2018, 11:59 NicklePop
 
Beamer wrote on Feb 22, 2018, 11:38:

Oh, right, you're the guy that thinks Jesus cures everything.

And we're done. Conspiracy theorist, anti-semite, and jesus freak all wrapped into one.

Precisely the response I predicted

Actually regarding the Jewish people, I'm arguing that it's the "Democrat" [left, state power] influenced by Karl Marx (read "On the Jewish Question", by Marx, free online) which generates the genocidal move by the state. (the Jews being the primary target -- but Christians fall under the chopping block as well | French Revolution, Leninists, Maoists, etc)

Did you even read my argument? Or was that just the algo-response you've been trained for?

Any comment on the argument which can be summed up as "garbage in garbage out" is the primary mechanism for *why* violent imagery is obviously training children to have violent responses? (school shootings on the rise since violent video games became common-place, as the extreme example [single parent households too, as a primary driver])

"logic and reason" until your worldview is challenged directly eh?

Then it becomes "ad hominem fallacy". Redditor-democrats ... incredible irony.


 
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News Comments > R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax
43. Re: R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax Feb 22, 2018, 11:22 NicklePop
 
Beamer wrote on Feb 22, 2018, 11:11:
NicklePop wrote on Feb 22, 2018, 11:09:
Democrats argument that "nothing influences a child" is comical at best.

Explains their worldview and it's outcome though.

Who argues that nothing influences a child?

Democrats (the redditor-progressive-socialist form at least)

Drugs, sex, violence - all are acceptable at any age, because the state will make up for the detriment of a population inundated by their negative consequences.

Multiple posts in this thread arguing that inundation with graphic violence at a young age has "no effect" on the outcome of the mind being indoctrinated by them.

Hence: "take the rights of adults to own guns away rather than address the fundamental proposition young minds are being raised by", and if you address the philosophical instruction provided by violent media's effect "you're dumb" becomes the argument.

Comedy.

This is why left-leaning nation-states eventually devolve into genocide, because the state identifies the problem as external to the mind, and targets the "enemy" (Jews, Capitalists, etc)

It's worth reading Karl Marx' "On the Jewish Question", it's illuminating; the subtext provides an understanding of the directionality of the Democrat-left-socialist operating in the US and running the media-conglomerates.
 
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News Comments > R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax
41. Re: R.I. Proposes Violent Game Tax Feb 22, 2018, 11:09 NicklePop
 
Democrats argument that "nothing influences a child" is comical at best.

Explains their worldview and it's outcome though.
 
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News Comments > Sunday Safety Dance
26. Re: Sunday Safety Dance Feb 19, 2018, 01:23 NicklePop
 
If you trust popular media opinion you're IQ.

No other option.
 
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News Comments > Sunday Metaverse
5. Re: Sunday Metaverse Feb 19, 2018, 01:19 NicklePop
 
Whatever you think of Trump -- at least it's not Hillary in office!

War hawk, sociopath, created the private prison complex.

Neocon.

Trump is Lincoln in comparison
 
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News Comments > Evening Legal Briefs
39. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Feb 17, 2018, 21:30 NicklePop
 
NicklePop wrote on Feb 17, 2018, 12:48:

Conservatives and Christians are running all three branches of the federal government currently, and most governments in most states. They've had more than a year to "fix" things and the only thing they did was cut taxes without cutting spending, which will result in a massive deficit that we'll all end up having to pay for later. With interest.

The argument isn't "the GOP is the solution" -- government and those it employs will always be the problem, no matter the stripe.

Conservatives and Christians (who our current definition of represents the scientific-democratic revolution coming out of Europe - limited power state + moral families + Jewish ontology = free society) are the solution; go back to what created the philosophical expression of the constitution basically.

The empowered state is the problem, Democrat and Republican.

The Christian-Conservative-European-Enlightenment arguments are the solution. (Locke, Hobbes, Adams, Jefferson, Franklin, Paine, etc)

The new "left" are making the Marxist argument from 19C, which is basically "empower the state, remove Christianity, and reduce the individual to produce 'fairness'"

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News Comments > Evening Legal Briefs
25. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Feb 17, 2018, 12:48 NicklePop
 
The real comedy here is the McCarthy-era Democrats and fear of the Russian boogey man...

And conservatives are ignorant?

Real conservatives would fix the *actual* problem in the USA: broken families producing terrible selfish people.

But since Conservatives and Christians are perceived as the enemy, the solution will be the same proposed in Socialist / Communist leaning nations: empower the state and squash dissent and individualism for "fairness" and "equality"

Too funny. People aren't reading anymore I guess... so the lessons are lost.

The next US president will be a Redditor-mindset socialist.

Which means genocide coming to the USA within 30 - 50 years; the pattern, well established in history.
 
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
3. Re: Morning Tech Bits Jan 24, 2018, 16:40 NicklePop
 
The media are insane.

Ignoring it all will triple your mental health.
 
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News Comments > Star Citizen Alpha 3.1 in March
22. Re: Star Citizen Alpha 3.1 in March Jan 6, 2018, 17:51 NicklePop
 
Kxmode wrote on Jan 6, 2018, 17:38:
NicklePop wrote on Jan 6, 2018, 16:57:
White knights defend the nebulous.

Nebulous; "a hazy form." Perfect choice of word to describe Star Citizen and its endless supply of release dates and promises (many broken).

"timelines" mean nothing.

3.0 is a focusing shadow of the promise.

It's happening.gif

I get that the internet is about bashing things ... so have fun.

You'll be playing Star Citizen in the future.

You'll sheepishly apologize to the internet at that time!
 
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News Comments > Star Citizen Alpha 3.1 in March
20. Re: Star Citizen Alpha 3.1 in March Jan 6, 2018, 16:57 NicklePop
 
Kxmode wrote on Jan 6, 2018, 16:06:
NicklePop wrote on Jan 6, 2018, 15:56:
*also, most of you are completely insane.

Enjoy your misery chumps

It's not wise to say you're a white knight backer. We don't take kindly to such ones around these parts.

White knights defend the nebulous.

I've played Star Citizen 3.0 for a few hours with a friend.

If you don't like this game you're insane
 
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