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Crazyhole

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I wonder what they think about themselves when they get home. Stole some stuff, burned down somebody else's business, maybe assaulted a cop. When they lay down to go to sleep, what do you think goes through their mind? Can a person completely numb themselves from shame and honestly be happy with hurting others?
 

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I wonder what they think about themselves when they get home. Stole some stuff, burned down somebody else's business, maybe assaulted a cop. When they lay down to go to sleep, what do you think goes through their mind? Can a person completely numb themselves from shame and honestly be happy with hurting others?
They don't think and don't care. They either still live with mommy or off the system and just want more free shit.
 
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Crazyhole

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That don't think and don't care. They either still live with mommy or off the system and just want more free shit.
So do you think that they are finding happiness in "having" stuff, or happiness in having taken it from someone else? I mean, at some level they have to justify it dont they? Does it just come down to the feeling that they deserve it? When they burn a business down, do they think the business owner doesn't deserve what they have? I just don't understand the psychology behind it.
 

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The next day, budding patriot John Adams wrote to his friend James Warren enthusiastically about the audacious stroke: “The Dye is cast: The People have passed the River and cutt away the Bridge: last Night Three Cargoes of Tea, were emptied into the Harbour. This is the grandest, Event, which has ever yet happened Since, the Controversy, with Britain, opened!” He added, “The Sublimity of it, charms me!”

“The People should never rise, without doing something to be remembered—something notable And striking.” he noted in his diary. “This Destruction of the Tea is so bold, so daring, so firm, intrepid and inflexible, and it must have so important Consequences, and so lasting, that I cant but consider it as an Epocha in History.” “The Question is whether the Destruction of this Tea was necessary?” he queried. “I apprehend it was absolutely and indispensably so.”
 

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These weak minded and mentally ill kids have been brought up by their single mothers and liberal feminist teachers and professors on the idea that America is a horrible, no good, dirty rotten racist patriarchical country that only cares about rich white men. They are told their whole lives this is a shit hole place run by greedy rich people and that LEOs gun down blacks in the street for fun. Im honestly surprised it took this long for them to try and burn our country to the ground.
 

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I wonder what they think about themselves when they get home. Stole some stuff, burned down somebody else's business, maybe assaulted a cop. When they lay down to go to sleep, what do you think goes through their mind? Can a person completely numb themselves from shame and honestly be happy with hurting others?
There probably the grandchildren of the Vietnam war protesters. Imo there looking for a purpose in life, they’ve been misled to believe democracy is bad and socialism is good. Now when you get to the hating of the police and start a war with them you become a anarchist wanting to over throw the government. I know I’ll get hammered on this point but hear goes, I think we are going on 4 plus generations that don’t go to church, God isn’t in there life and there for the Conscience / soul becomes hardened or dying. Again jmo not trying to convert anyone that’s between you and God or who. Every you worship
 

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The next day, budding patriot John Adams wrote to his friend James Warren enthusiastically about the audacious stroke: “The Dye is cast: The People have passed the River and cutt away the Bridge: last Night Three Cargoes of Tea, were emptied into the Harbour. This is the grandest, Event, which has ever yet happened Since, the Controversy, with Britain, opened!” He added, “The Sublimity of it, charms me!”

“The People should never rise, without doing something to be remembered—something notable And striking.” he noted in his diary. “This Destruction of the Tea is so bold, so daring, so firm, intrepid and inflexible, and it must have so important Consequences, and so lasting, that I cant but consider it as an Epocha in History.” “The Question is whether the Destruction of this Tea was necessary?” he queried. “I apprehend it was absolutely and indispensably so.”
False equivalency. I'm embarrassed for you.
 
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There probably the grandchildren of the Vietnam war protesters. Imo there looking for a purpose in life, they’ve been misled to believe democracy is bad and socialism is good. Now when you get to the hating of the police and start a war with them you become a anarchist wanting to over throw the government. I know I’ll get hammered on this point but hear goes, I think we are going on 4 plus generations that don’t go to church, God isn’t in there life and there for the Conscience / soul becomes hardened or dying. Again jmo not trying to convert anyone that’s between you and God or who. Every you worship
That's part of it, but religion is just a crutch for broken souls. Now that the crutch has been removed the scars of emotional pain are laid bare.
 

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I wonder what they think about themselves when they get home. Stole some stuff, burned down somebody else's business, maybe assaulted a cop. When they lay down to go to sleep, what do you think goes through their mind? Can a person completely numb themselves from shame and honestly be happy with hurting others?
They think they collected their reparations for the day. They wouldn't do it in the first place if they actually felt any guilt. They rationalize that insurance will pay for repairing and replacing everything.
 

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I wonder what they think about themselves when they get home. Stole some stuff, burned down somebody else's business, maybe assaulted a cop. When they lay down to go to sleep, what do you think goes through their mind? Can a person completely numb themselves from shame and honestly be happy with hurting others?



TBH I could care less what they think, I wonder what their mothers think. GBA/GBR.
 

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Been to many 3rd World countries. Americans have absolutly no idea of how well off they are. I lived in Eritria for 2 yrs when the 40 year war with Ethiopia ended. The young local cashier won the lottery for a Green Card and we took her to dinner the night before she left. Try to imagine trying to explain what to expect in NYC after living in a country where the tallest building was 3 stories (a hotel ) and donkey carts were were still popular. GBA/GBR
 

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I wonder what they think about themselves when they get home. Stole some stuff, burned down somebody else's business, maybe assaulted a cop. When they lay down to go to sleep, what do you think goes through their mind? Can a person completely numb themselves from shame and honestly be happy with hurting others?
Proud. They called it reparations on camera
 
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Been to many 3rd World countries. Americans have absolutly no idea of how well off they are. I lived in Eritria for 2 yrs when the 40 year war with Ethiopia ended. The young local cashier won the lottery for a Green Card and we took her to dinner the night before she left. Try to imagine trying to explain what to expect in NYC after living in a country where the tallest building was 3 stories (a hotel ) and donkey carts were were still popular. GBA/GBR
We have a college in my town that brings in a pretty good number of people from countries like that. My oldest brother used to bring them out to the farm and those kids were amazed by things like combines and tractors, and how much corn could actually be grown. It was really cool, but kind of sad at the same time.
 

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Been to many 3rd World countries. Americans have absolutly no idea of how well off they are. I lived in Eritria for 2 yrs when the 40 year war with Ethiopia ended. The young local cashier won the lottery for a Green Card and we took her to dinner the night before she left. Try to imagine trying to explain what to expect in NYC after living in a country where the tallest building was 3 stories (a hotel ) and donkey carts were were still popular. GBA/GBR
Thank you. Go to a 3rd world country and see how good you have it in this country snowflakes. Quit your bitching.
 

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I wonder what they think about themselves when they get home. Stole some stuff, burned down somebody else's business, maybe assaulted a cop. When they lay down to go to sleep, what do you think goes through their mind? Can a person completely numb themselves from shame and honestly be happy with hurting others?
I think they would say "The ends justify the means".. think that runs true with the whole liberal world..
 

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Been to many 3rd World countries. Americans have absolutly no idea of how well off they are. I lived in Eritria for 2 yrs when the 40 year war with Ethiopia ended. The young local cashier won the lottery for a Green Card and we took her to dinner the night before she left. Try to imagine trying to explain what to expect in NYC after living in a country where the tallest building was 3 stories (a hotel ) and donkey carts were were still popular. GBA/GBR
Yeah, Europe is cool to visit, but they want to be the United States. Their chain restaurants and businesses are copying trends of states companies.

Someone here said something posted about the call to prayer. Hated that shit. I saw people beaten because they didn't react quick enough to grab their mat and praise.

****ing speakers all over the place. The muslims I had to deal with stunk and were arrogant. I was a barbarian, and they couldn't wash their ass. Ha,ha.

Be glad you were born in the United States. Bahrain is cool tho.
 

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Most are doing it because they know looting and rioting is a vaccine for Covid.
I’d say most are getting paid, look at most of them how they dress, there sure not a bunch of slobs, how to they eat or live or move from city to city. This is a well coordinated effort, not just a bunch of people decided to burn down a business of loot it or both. The feds need to follow the money trail
 

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I would be concerned about a country that doesn’t rise up if some of its citizens were being murdered in the street by those with authority and not being given the opportunity for due process.
Which events would you say they were not given due process?
 

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Someone here said something posted about the call to prayer. Hated that shit. I saw people beaten because they didn't react quick enough to grab their mat and praise.

****ing speakers all over the place. The muslims I had to deal with stunk and were arrogant. I was a barbarian, and they couldn't wash their ass. Ha,ha.

Be glad you were born in the United States. Bahrain is cool tho.
The call to prayer was interesting but when I was in Istanbul I made the mistake of getting a hotel near the Blue Mosque and that early and late call was a bit much. I proposed a new pillar of Islam be naps and texting instead of a call...
 
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I would be concerned about a country that doesn’t rise up if some of its citizens were being murdered in the street by those with authority and not being given the opportunity for due process.
You are beyond dense. With rare exception, every person put themselves in a position to meet deadly force from the police. That is their job. Public Safety. It's a depraved society that thinks the police are to blame for this mess. They are the first Responders when Society is breaking down if people are robbing and doing violence against their own Neighbors. What do you seriously think is going to happen? I will never understand how people like you think because you don't
 

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I wonder what they think about themselves when they get home. Stole some stuff, burned down somebody else's business, maybe assaulted a cop. When they lay down to go to sleep, what do you think goes through their mind? Can a person completely numb themselves from shame and honestly be happy with hurting others?
I think you've got a lot of poor, desperate, morally bankrupt people who are brainwashed to think the system is rigged and this is a chance to get some Payback. It's so short-sighted. For example when they burned down that liquor store after robbing it in Minneapolis, 40 people in a neighborhood lost their jobs. What a bunch of morons. End of rant.
 

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These weak minded and mentally ill kids have been brought up by their single mothers and liberal feminist teachers and professors on the idea that America is a horrible, no good, dirty rotten racist patriarchical country that only cares about rich white men. They are told their whole lives this is a shit hole place run by greedy rich people and that LEOs gun down blacks in the street for fun. Im honestly surprised it took this long for them to try and burn our country to the ground.
This literally happened...in America...to veterans. It's called The Red Summer. If you haven't heard of it, then you don't know your own country's history.

"White sailors recently home from the war had been on a days-long drunken rampage, assaulting, and in some cases lynching, black people on the capitol’s streets. The relentless onslaught proved contagious, escalating in dozens of cities across the U.S. in what would become known as the The Red Summer.

The racist attacks in 1919 were widespread, and often indiscriminate, but in many places, they were initiated by white servicemen and centered upon the 380,000 black veterans who had just returned from the war. “Because of their military service, black veterans were seen as a particular threat to Jim Crow and racial subordination,”

It's weird those depictions never show them taking turns burning down each others' homes and businesses.

Certainly they must have.
Here's some depictions:



 

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This literally happened...in America...to veterans. It's called The Red Summer. If you haven't heard of it, then you don't know your own country's history.

"White sailors recently home from the war had been on a days-long drunken rampage, assaulting, and in some cases lynching, black people on the capitol’s streets. The relentless onslaught proved contagious, escalating in dozens of cities across the U.S. in what would become known as the The Red Summer.

The racist attacks in 1919 were widespread, and often indiscriminate, but in many places, they were initiated by white servicemen and centered upon the 380,000 black veterans who had just returned from the war. “Because of their military service, black veterans were seen as a particular threat to Jim Crow and racial subordination,”



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And I will note that the Klan had their roots in the Democrat party. So are you saying that looting and burning businesses today is justified by something that happened 75 years ago? :rolleyes:
 
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