Also about public and means-69When i go out without a mask and l make eye contact with vulnerable old people i feel bad until i think how since day one "they" have made my susceptible friend with asthma work a non essential job ( but made him work because they arbitrarily deemed it essential....so if you see some one without a mask and feel uncomfortable by that it means you shouldbt be in public in the first place, amirite?
Also about means and threat+197Flinching isn't bad, it's a reflex to avoid getting hit. If you fake punch someone and they flinch, that just means they accept you as a real threat, it doesn't mean you will win in an actual fight. Likewise, not flinching means they don't think you're a threat, not that you aren't one. amirite?
Also about public, terrorism, and threat+287Using public fear and the threat of terrorism to get people to do what you want is itself a form of terrorism, amirite?
Also about Law-20Technically no boy is a virgin because they were inside a woman in the womb, amirite?
Also about definition, means, terrorism, and coercion+95By definition Terrorism is the systematic use of terror, especially as a means of coercion, deliberately target or disregard the safety of non-combatants/civilians. It's used when direct force seems to costly or undesirable and is a cowardly attempt to push the opposing force into submission by killing mass amounts of innocent people. And the most devastating act of terrorism ever done was the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. amirite?
Also about definition, means, terrorism, and coercion+2By definition Terrorism is the systematic use of terror, especially as a means of coercion. So technically Jehovah's Witness are terrorist for telling people if they don't become Christians they will burn in hell. amirite?
Also by Maze+7Here's my theory on what's going on in the US right now with Trump and his opposition. What do you think, Amirite? More
Also about public and means+32The issue of who politics concern has come to overshadow the issue of what politics concern. This sensationalist treatment of politics in our modern culture is symptomatic of a broken electoral system. It's quite sad that there's no practical and peaceful means to take our governance into our own hands, elevate political platforms themselves above the private interests of the politicians who leverage them, and dispel the insidious perpetual illusion that the public interest is fractured into mutually exclusive "parties." If there were any such means, it would be a true path to world peace. amirite?