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Bezotcovschina wrote

For me, it seems like you needlessly got offended by his perfectly neutral comment here. And then kept resorting to unprovoked personal attacks.

I won't make a point about ableism, but "you don't understand" seems pretty acceptable here. Maybe, someone with better understanding can clear this out.

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n_n OP wrote (edited )

LOL I will tell liberals to get the fuck off all what I want, more in an anticapitalist forum. If you are not going to talk about the ableism then what are you doing here? This forum is about the ToS. The "inability" to not understand is talking about my intelligence. I'm disable by the way and that user knows that. They are who are commenting my comments, they bring me to that and I will respond. u/Ziq are you gonna say something about these liberal bootlickers?

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ziq wrote

Im about to drive to work so I don't have time to read through all this. I only get a few minutes to check raddle before work.

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n_n OP wrote

Ok, I'm going to stop engaging here. This already bored me to death.

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Bezotcovschina wrote

I still fail to see where he was defending small businesses.

Honest question, how can I say a person they missing my point without being ableist?

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n_n OP wrote (edited )

By saying "you are missing the point". Inability means lack of ability or capacity.

I still fail to see where he was defending small businesses.

Edit: That's not relevant to this forum. But why they are talking "large bussines" and that the article is not "about mom and pop" stores if not to defend you know... the mom and pop business that I said that it should be robbed and burned. If you try to defend the private property of the petite bourgeois in a forum that is called "anticapital", you can't call yourself surprised when anticapitalists tell you that you should get fuck off. What they are were doing it's called sealioning, and it's not the first time that this user do that.

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n_n OP wrote

By saying "you are missing the point". Inability means lack of ability or capacity.

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