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Vinnie

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#21
Not really, countries are really really big, people are small (and even smaller minded)
 
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ummm... I guess if we talk about the world as a whole, yes there's a lot of hate going on, hate drives people insane.

but what is hate anyways? we might say hate is isis, hate is trump's wall, hate is that north korean dude having a party.... we might just say hate has to do with politics and rulers of the world. but hate is more than just what we see from famous people, hate is also me when watching a futbol game between Barcelona (bo Barca!) and real madrid and I offend not just the players on the screen but their fans around me at the bar. hate is also my neighbor being an ass and whooping a cat that just happened to look for refuge from the storm inside his backyard (btw i told him a nice way he'd die if he continued to do that, took the cat and found a home for it), hate is also the dude that refuses to give his bus seat to an old lady who is barely hanging not to fall down, hate is also the woman who tells all sorts of anger arguements about any man just cos he is a man. hate is everywhere. we just focus on what politicians and celebrities do or stop doing.

and then with hate there comes envy, attacks, and who knows what else. not being tolerant also. disrespect for other people's beliefs.

I was born and still live in a "third world country" (i think that's part of hate too, label a country just cos we dont really have or have had the smartest rulers) i think besides hate what is fokin us up is ignorance, fear, misinformation, and hope. yes, sometimes "hope" is a bad thing, when is false hope, blind hope, our amazing president just decided to take out the law that forces any investor, builder, etc to run an environmental check and analisys before bulding or tearing appart stuff. basically he removed the responsibility for everyone to think "is this that i'll do hurting the environment?", besides the fact he signed for china to build a interoceanic canal accross our country (to try to do the same Panama has), which will not just ruin out two big lakes, but will also pass THRU our biggest virgin jungle and forests, and if we add the fact he removed the law about environmental threats, then we are just foked. thats not the bad news, the bad news and sad news is that theres tons of blind people who think "well, there should be a good reason he is doing this, progress, make our country a more developed one" and so on. ignorance, stupidity, hate ? i guess it depends on the country's reality.
 

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I think there's a difference between hate and anger, I can be mad at something somebody did without hating the person who did it
anger is fleeting, and appropriate at times
hate goes all the way to the heart :sigh:
 

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i have to say...i agree to some extent...but like squirt..i dont believe all anger is hate...i have been angered my many over my years on this earth..i was angry at my parents for most of my life..but i didnt hate them..i disliked them..i did hate what they did to me..but i didnt hate them... to me my real hate came when i was hating myself...the details dont matter...but yes for many years i hated myself and my actions
we can dislike people but i dont think we can actually hate them ..at least i cant..but i can hate their actions
 

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Quote: President Trump was right, there's enough hate to go around all around! people are yelling at each other, they're calling each other names, and nobody's listening

Odd, that pig that is your president is one of the worst people, and someone that most people I know can't stand. There was less hate prior to him being elected.
 

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Anger IS fleeting. Trump has caused world wide hatred. Think Hitler only on a salesman level.
 

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Political hate, yes. We are all manipulated by distraction; religion being one of the biggest.
 

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Quote: President Trump was right, there's enough hate to go around all around! people are yelling at each other, they're calling each other names, and nobody's listening

Odd, that pig that is your president is one of the worst people, and someone that most people I know can't stand. There was less hate prior to him being elected.
President Trump didn't create the hate on the left, he revealed it
nothing he's said or done justifies somebody telling me to go take a plastic bag challenge simply because I support him
he's just the excuse they use for their bad behavior!
 

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So... It's blame Trump for everything again. Well, let me tell you, we have the equivalent of Obama up here. Illegal immigrants coming in in droves. Our country is reneging on promises with NATO.
President Trump lowers the taxes, Trudork (to quote one of our members) is hiking them to the max.

Quit whining about Trump. He's done more good in one year than the useless Obama did in 8 years.

It's easy to be the President of the United States when you go golfing every time there's a crisis. Kissing ass as Obama did for all this years is so easy. It also allows other countries to take advantage of yours.

Trump is trying very hard to bring American industries back in business. The Democrats did nothing to save them, therefore, just about everything got farmed out. That is also happening in my country, which is led by a pot-head, Mr. Selfie idiot.

The people who voted Mr. Trump in office are the hard working people of the U.S of A. Not the wimpy socialists who don't really care about their neighbours.
 

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How easy it is to forget the other Hitler... N. Korea's leader is just as mad as Hitler was. So is ISIS and all the other factions who want to destroy us.
Trump is trying to get America back on it's feet. All of the above want to destroy it.


By the way, Kim whatever his name is, has a whole nation of starving peasants while back in the Western world, someone is trying hard to bring back jobs to feed the people of his country.
 
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Hate... Let's see what it's all about.
It's mostly created by the lack of acknowledgement of different angles on points of view, different customs (applicable to people who don't live in the same continent) or down-right bigotry.

I have been the victim of all of the above. My mother-in-law didn't like me because I am a French Canadian. In France, I was treated like dirt because I was from Canada. Some ignorant Americans thought it was funny to say "Eh" when they spoke to me, even if I don't use that term.

Oh yeah, let's not forget how hard it was to get information from an obliviously newcomer in my country at the airport.

It's also about some religious brain-washed misled sheep who want to kill us because we don't belong to their kind.

My avatar says it all. It's a harsh reminder of hatred committed by haters.

And it goes on and on.
 
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London’s first Muslim mayor has been under increasing pressure in recent months as his city has been rocked by terrorist attacks and a wave of violent crime, and he has increasingly retreated into pronouncements on international affairs which fall far outside his remit.
Despite claims by Khan in March 2017 that London is “the safest global city in the world, and one of the safest cities in the world,” the latest crime statistics show youth homicides are up by an astonishing 70 per cent.
Total homicides are up by 27.1 per cent, serious youth violence 19 per cent, robbery 33.4 per cent, and burglaries 18.7 per cent, among a host of other double-digit rises.
Figures like these are thanks in no small part to Khan diverting resources into controversial projects such as his online hate crime hub, and his determination to “do everything in my power to cut stop and search” by police — which he considered problematic due to its supposedly disproportionate use against ethnic minorities.
He is now changing course on stop and search and seeking to increase its use “significantly”, following a surge in knife crime and London being crowned the world’s acid attack capital.
The mayor also recently admitted that around 200 former Islamic State fighters are at large in London, and that most are not being monitored.
 

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BRITISH COPS PROVE ONCE AGAIN, THE REAL PRIORITY IS TO ENFORCE POLITICAL CORRECTNESS AT THE EXPENSE OF THEIR OWN PEOPLE ......
"Northumbria Police in Britain warned online users that anyone who posts “offensive” and “potentially criminal” comments about grooming gangs will be tracked down and prosecuted. The police force launched an investigation on Facebook comments posted to its Facebook page in response to stories about the Operation Shelter scandal. During the scandal, white British girls were groomed and sexually abused by gangs made up of mostly Muslim Pakistani men in Newcastle. 18 men were convicted over the sex crimes."
O.K. PCs (amazing that is also the acronym for Politically correct!) Come arrest me!
 

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London’s first Muslim mayor has been under increasing pressure in recent months as his city has been rocked by terrorist attacks and a wave of violent crime, and he has increasingly retreated into pronouncements on international affairs which fall far outside his remit.
Despite claims by Khan in March 2017 that London is “the safest global city in the world, and one of the safest cities in the world,” the latest crime statistics show youth homicides are up by an astonishing 70 per cent.
Total homicides are up by 27.1 per cent, serious youth violence 19 per cent, robbery 33.4 per cent, and burglaries 18.7 per cent, among a host of other double-digit rises.
Figures like these are thanks in no small part to Khan diverting resources into controversial projects such as his online hate crime hub, and his determination to “do everything in my power to cut stop and search” by police — which he considered problematic due to its supposedly disproportionate use against ethnic minorities.
He is now changing course on stop and search and seeking to increase its use “significantly”, following a surge in knife crime and London being crowned the world’s acid attack capital.
The mayor also recently admitted that around 200 former Islamic State fighters are at large in London, and that most are not being monitored.
WTF has the mayor's religion got to do with these statistics? He could be a bloody Klingon and they wouldn't change.

You may be interested to know the actual full crime statistics as published by the Metropolitan Police, including detection rates. With the constant reduction in police funding imposed by government (something the mayor has no control over) I'm surprised the crime rate isn't rising at an astronomical rate. The control of crime is down to the dedication and commitment of our police continuing to do more than is required of them despite the restraints placed upon them by chronic underfunding.

Met. crime statistics 2015/16, 2016/17

And the homicide rate is still only 10% that of New York.

First cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye.
 

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BRITISH COPS PROVE ONCE AGAIN, THE REAL PRIORITY IS TO ENFORCE POLITICAL CORRECTNESS AT THE EXPENSE OF THEIR OWN PEOPLE ......
"Northumbria Police in Britain warned online users that anyone who posts “offensive” and “potentially criminal” comments about grooming gangs will be tracked down and prosecuted. The police force launched an investigation on Facebook comments posted to its Facebook page in response to stories about the Operation Shelter scandal. During the scandal, white British girls were groomed and sexually abused by gangs made up of mostly Muslim Pakistani men in Newcastle. 18 men were convicted over the sex crimes."
O.K. PCs (amazing that is also the acronym for Politically correct!) Come arrest me!
Exaggerated reporting in the name of sensationalism again. The Northumbrian Police spokesman actually said: “We would like to make it clear that we will not tolerate the posting of offensive remarks and we will take all reasonable steps to remove them and take appropriate action.

“We would also like to take this opportunity to remind people using social media that they should do so responsibly and ensure they do not post anything which could be considered offensive.”

The police found that two Facebook comments were racially aggravated public order offences for which the offenders voluntarily attended police interviews and a further 8 comments by four individuals were removed, with the posters being visited and offered advice on future conduct by the police. No-one was arrested. No-one was charged. Warnings were given and accepted by the transgressors. “All expressed their remorse and stated that the intention of their comments was not to cause concern or to be offensive and have acknowledged the words of advice provided.”

Stop reading sensationalist drivel; it'll improve your blood pressure no end.