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obligatoryidiot21 wrote

perfect summarization of my views on nazis

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RedEmmaSpeaks wrote

Agreed. I have a rule: even if you are claiming more noble, more enlightened reasons for charging with a raging, stinking mob full of assholes, you're still charging with a raging, stinking mob full of assholes.

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Fomqadeer_da_Bomber wrote

They have human bodies

What is really funny (to me at least) is imagining some1 like Richard Spencer wiping his butt after taking a shit... haha xD Like we all do that but when I picture a guy who advocates ethnic cleansing wadding up a piece of TP and reaching back to clean his asshole... fuckin' lol

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

I think it might be funny because supremacists of all types are often imagining themselves as godlike, so when we're reminded that they have human bodies with basic human functions it dispels all that.

Reminds me of a cool book I read once, called The Denial of Death.

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selver wrote

Same thing with politicians and other sensationalized figures. If you go see them somewhere irl not on a tv, it's like, wait this is it?

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Thereunto wrote

Who do we call inhuman "Nazis"? Anyone we hate

Who guides us to whom to hate? People with simular hatred that we endow our trust in

Hatred is like holding a hot ember with the intent of throwing it at someone else. You are the one being burned.

Look at what it is doing to you.

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

Yes, it's anyone we hate and their grandmothers. Also we spend a lot of time just feeling hateful about it, it consumes our minds and our lives and also is the reason why pluto is no longer a planet.

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Thereunto wrote

Dehumanizing anyone is a potent interpersonal poison. The irony of reducing someone to a label to justify violence against them is that this is exactly what the Nazis did to anyone they didn't like.

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timeout wrote

Honestly I'm quite horrified by the rhethoric here, you're absolutely correct.

Invalidating a person and deprive them of the right to live on principle is wrong no matter who is the subject; there's no justification that is not morally defensible.