User Profile: jesuswasasocialist

jesuswasasocialist

Member Since: May 20, 2013

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  • July 31, 2014 at 11:50am

    @georgiagirl50

    “People can’t help what color they are born into.”

    That’s true, but the problem I (and many others) have with blacks is “black culture” (or lack thereof), and the black crime rate (compared to other colours) rather than their skin colour. When a group of people are so disproportionately violent and crude (young black males in particular), it’s only natural that people will start to distrust, and eventually dislike this group.

    Yes, it’s unfortunate that the civilised blacks share a common physical trait with black thugs, but it’s better to be safe than sorry in my mind.

  • [-3] July 29, 2014 at 4:05pm

    @Jeninfl

    Read the second half of my reply to Red West.

  • [-8] July 29, 2014 at 4:03pm

    @Red West

    “The notion that they watched their friends dying beside them so that trolls like you could make asinine comments like that is truly a disgusting thought.”

    I’m not a troll; I simply just stated a fact. I don’t really care if that upsets you, or anyone else.

    As for your rant about my name, it’s merely my personal way of separating the smart/insightful people from the stupid/rash people, and I’m sorry to say this, but from what I’ve read from you so far, you most likely fall into the latter category.

    If you don’t understand why you’re in the latter category, then I’m 100% sure of it.

  • [-4] July 29, 2014 at 3:49pm

    @TeaPartier66

    “No it is a wormy little lieberal like you trolling the net to show what an ignorant piece of crap you are”

    I’m not sure what a “lieberal” is, but would you care to provide proof to back up your claim that I’m “a wormy little lieberal… trolling the net to show what an ignorant piece of crap [I am]“?

    I tell you what… I’ll settle for you conceding that your statement was simply an opinion with no factual basis.

  • [-6] July 29, 2014 at 3:43pm

    @ScubaDog

    “Goodness, you truly are without any clue whatsoever, aren’t you?”

    I’m without a clue when it comes to your comment.

    I mean… you took some words and put them in a sentence, but you didn’t really say anything.

    Chris Kyle was paid to murder people, was he not?

    “Your name, of course, tells me everything I need to know about you. I shouldn’t expect different.”

    Really? What does my name tell you about me? I’m eager to see if any of your assumptions are even close to the truth.

  • [7] July 29, 2014 at 3:21pm

    @YallComeBack

    “But the date of Sept 11 makes it clear there is INDEED a connection.”

    In your mind, yes.

    “How can you NOT associate the parts?”

    Maybe it’s because the September 11th attacks were not in Australia, and this movie is based on fictional characters.

  • [-5] July 29, 2014 at 3:08pm

    @IronPatriot1993

    So your idea of a hero is someone who murders people for money, and who bears false witness against others?

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  • July 29, 2014 at 6:56am

    “I am 6’4″. Other big guys do not mess with me. When someone does mess with me, you can bet that he is short.”

    It probably just seems that way because of your height.

    “I worked in college as a Doorman (bouncer). Nine times out of ten, if we had to get physical with a patron, he was shorter.”

    Again… I’ll say that’s probably because nine out of the ten people you came across were shorter than 6’4″.

    “I am not saying that ALL shorter men have something to prove.”

    I was bothered by how short I was when growing up (I was the smallest kid in my class from grade 2-7 and was often called “shrimp”), but I stopped caring once I realised that I had no control over it. I also realised that height doesn’t determine what kind of a person you are, or limit what you can achieve… that is unless you want to play professional basketball.

    On the bright side, at least I’m taller than my parents!

  • July 29, 2014 at 2:14am

    @American Soldier (Separated)

    “she could have landed head first into the ground floor, which would have been far more devistating.”

    Yep… I’ve seen videos of that sort of thing happening before. I lose my appetite after watching those kind of videos.

  • [1] July 24, 2014 at 9:52am

    “Is being Anti Israel Anti American (USA)?”

    Nope.

    It would be like saying “If you’re anti-Christian then you’re pro-Islam”. It’s simply a nonsensical non sequitur.

    Of course, I think Israel has a right to defend itself from terrorists, but what Howard Stern said is just stupid and wrong (what a shocker!).

  • [10] July 23, 2014 at 3:15am

    @amerigirl

    “It is not normal for boys or men to be interested in babysitting boys or girls.”

    I’m not “interested” in babysitting or raising kids, but I’ve helped to raise my siblings over the last 10 years or so, and as a result, I know how to look after kids.

    If someone needed me to babysit, I would be extremely reluctant due to the stigma against males. I would only ever babysit with a third party (preferably female) present at all times, and would make sure a video camera was set up just in case someone ever accused me of child abuse (since the accusation of child abuse is enough to ruin someone’s life).

  • [1] July 22, 2014 at 3:06am

    If you’re so insulted by the “special” parking bays, then why not just use one of the regular parking bays? Oh, it’s because you want to have your cake and eat it too, huh?

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  • [4] July 22, 2014 at 2:31am

    With the 140 character limit (IIRC), Twitter is possibly the worst social media tool to use if you like to use proper spelling, grammar, and explaining things in detail.

    The average Twitter post looks something like this:

    “OMG ! #stupidmeme sum1 4got 2 tell me @someloser supports #politicalparty & #stupidcause …#boycotsomething”

  • [2] July 22, 2014 at 1:50am

    @Al J Zira

    That sounds like a win for freedom of speech to me.

    It shouldn’t be illegal to wear or say anything, unless you intend to defraud people or commit other crimes through deception.

  • July 22, 2014 at 1:45am

    @AdmiralAmerica

    “It’s men and women serving in those uniforms that have given you the right to get on a page like this and puke the garbage that comes out of your skunk mouth”

    LOL! You couldn’t be more wrong.

    I feel sorry for people like you, because you actually believe that Obama (the Commander in Chief) is the source of your rights and freedoms.

    “Punks like you have been so spoiled by the freedoms that you have enjoyed that you don’t have a clue how good you have it and WHY you have it so good.”

    Let me guess… we have it so good because a bunch guys/girls who are paid to take orders went to other countries and killed a bunch of people who were little to no threat to us?

  • July 18, 2014 at 8:41pm

    @RadicalforCapitalism

    “I don’t use Facebook, except when I’m forced to by a technically-challenged relative.”

    I have never, and will never create a Facebook account.

    I remember, maybe a decade ago, people (at least the ones I knew) used to be very suspicious about putting any of their personal details anywhere on the internet. Now they willingly expose themselves and their personal details on websites like Facebook under the assumption that it’s “safe because it’s on the computer”. I think it would come as no surprise that many of these people commonly fall for phishing links and various other scams too.

  • July 18, 2014 at 8:27pm

    @Blest

    Couldn’t have said it better myself.

    I’ve been in enough debates (in real life and on the internet) to know that when someone starts losing, they will do one of two things: Digress until the original topic is forgotten, or start throwing out ad hominems.

    Some may see it as disingenouous or devious, but during my time on the internet I have pretended to be what I’m not, in order to prevent someone shutting the debate down with ad hominems (like the woman in that video a week ago claiming “no uterus no right to speak about it”).

    Funnily enough thatt’s actually part of the reason for the name I chose to use here. I had been reading articles and comments here long before I created an account. I have noticed many times, people have replied to me to say that “JESUS WAS NOT A SOCIALIST!”, or they have stated/implied that my argument is invalid because I believe Jesus was a socialist.

    The main goal behind my name is not to troll… rather it’s to separate the wheat (credible/intellectual commenters) from the chaff (assumptive/short sighted/short fused commenters), so that I know who to take seriously, and who is worth responding to.

  • [16] July 18, 2014 at 8:03pm

    @SeedyNotions

    Two guys being manly is stupid!? Grrrr! This is what real men do! If you don’t think this is the manliest and greatest thing since sleeveless shirts, then you’re Un-American!

    Them hugging afterwards made me want to cry some manly tears, but then I remembered that tough guys don’t cry… although I’m sure exceptions can be made for sports, or things related to sports, right?

  • [7] July 12, 2014 at 6:23pm

    @Believe-Receive

    I agree, with the exception that prison should only be hell on earth for certain kinds of criminals.

    Pedophiles, rapists, murderers, and other violent criminals should only be given the basics (bread and water, toilet paper, etc), and should be forced to do manual labour, or other menial tasks for the duration of their stay.

    People in jail for non-violent crimes should be kept separate from the violent types, and should also only receive basic needs. If they wish to have luxury items, then they would have to work for them. If a criminal who is in jail for a non-violent offence commits a violent offence while in the non-violent section, they would be stripped of their luxuries. If it happens a second time, they would be put in the violent offenders section.

    I think while prison needs to serve as a punishment, we need to remember that not all prisoners are there because they commited heinous crimes. Does an 18-year-old kid who is serving 6 months for petty crime deserve to be beaten and raped by thugs (who may have AIDS) who are serving life sentences? I don’t think so.

  • July 12, 2014 at 5:52pm

    @WorriedNVMom

    I normally don’t agree with Glenn Beck, but he was right when he said:

    “We can’t get away with, ‘just show us the flag.’ We don’t know what any of that stuff means anymore. That was some — that was some marketing campaign. That was something to stir us up. It’s a good sign that we’re no longer stirred up by those images. It’s a good sign that we’re no longer stirred up by that music, because when you can be stirred up by music or art or a play or something like that, it’s a very easy step to go from that to fascism.”

    I’m not saying that you personally fall into this category, but there are many people who put their country, its laws, and its symbols above God and his laws (according to the Bible). Many people have been brainwashed (from decades of propaganda) into thinking that America and its symbols represent not only “good”, but God’s idea of “good”.

    This is why I’ve always been dubious when it comes to the mixing of “church and state” so to speak. The rulers of the world’s “greatest” nations knew that this was the key to power and domestic stability.

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