I'm one of those users you don't hear about and never will. I take long breaks from this site, but eventually, I always end up back on here. I spend a lot of time talking about social issues, especially LGBT things. I'm probably kind of a stereotype.
A brief history of my life.
first generation immigrant but i came here when i was very young.
My favourite books, TV, music, movies and food.
all neil gaiman books, asoiaf/got, hannibal, oitnb, steven universe, other shows i can't think of. i have trash music taste but i've accepted that.
In my free time I like to...
think about all the responsibilities i'm neglecting
Sexual Orientation: Gay/Lesbian
Education: In College
Religious Views: Atheist
Political Views: Progressive
I'm not talking about all Christians Just many of the Right wing And the ones that commit genocide But you claim that's only a minority of the group (hmm) And the link I gave shows the genocide that's occurring in the present
*still refuses to acknowledge the oppression and violence that Christians have caused and yet wants everyone to acknowledge how Christians are oppressed despite having the most power in one of the most powerful countries in the world* "CHECKMATE ATHEISTS" Also, that shit is happening in primarily Muslim theocratic countries, which have laws against "apostasy" in EVERY form. Atheists are being executed in those places too, just for blogging about being atheists. It's not just Christian oppression, it's oppression of all "apostates".
It's only a select few that I've noticed. Some people just don't understand that freedom of speech goes both ways. Then sometimes, when I disagree with someone, they'll just go on this weird, irrelevant rant about how Muslims/atheists/liberals/gay people are trying to take over America and implement a communist dictatorship. I've actually had that happen before. But don't think all conservatives do this (most are reasonable, it's just the bad eggs stand out). It's certainly not unique to conservatives. On the News and Politics section on Sodahead (before Fef kicked everyone out), pretty much everyone, liberal or conservative, was at least a little bit crazy there.
They actually were. The fact that some Muslims did a bad thing for their religion doesn't mean all Muslims did it and deserve to suffer for it. If that kind of mentality made any sense then Christians should be long gone.
It's okay if you're not aware of American history but there was this president named George Bush who got elected in 2000 who said he prayed to god before attacking Middle Eastern countries needlessly. It's kind of a long story but I'm sure you can look it up if you want.
"Obama wants to destroy the second amendment". Calm down. There's a difference between placing restrictions so that not anyone could get a gun and shoot it at anytime and taking whiteout to the constitution. Just because he doesn't get a hard on with weapons like you, it doesn't necessarily mean he's going to take your gun. Amirite?
The point of the phrase "people hate people" was to show that hatred is not specific to one group. It's universal. In a discussion about religious groups and how they feel about each other talking about people who weren't even Muslim yet makes no sense. Yes, people hated people before Christianity and Islam existed- that should be common sense- but there's no reason to bring that up when we're talking about Christianity and Islam. Your interpretation was not the point of what I said and I'm sure everyone can see that. If you can't understand the basic concept behind what I said I quit
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