• @John_McMurray
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    3 months ago

    I quit respecting people who’s whole idea of political intellectualism iswhatever makes them feel good (usually couched in fancy talk and circular logic, with a side of disguising selfishness in false altruism) regardless of anything else, when i started to see the consequences of that philosophy. Anyways, for some reason he wanted to pretend things that fall right are left for some reason.

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      -13 months ago

      If you ever, ever want to have any rational discussions you have to understand the opposition. You can’t just base the opposite view in childish one sided ass demonisations

      • @John_McMurray
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        13 months ago

        Didn’t I just say I’ve come to understand them?

        • @[email protected]
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          03 months ago

          No, you again just vomited your bias over us. Nobody takes anything you say to heart because all it is is vile expressions of how little you actually have learned and to offer to the debate

          It feels like you probably somewhere understand this and I’m trying to help you understand why your approach is met with such disgust

          Behind the statements and arguments is usually some intention

          But all you do is expose utterly insane delusions lodged in your own internal battlefield. Nobody wants to engage with because it’s just nonsense.

          I’m just trying to offer some explanation should you ever wish to be met with more respect

          Try to have ideas then qualify them, instead of having lodged traumas and forming ideas from that. It’s a backward feedback system that happens beyond certain horizons of delusion and it’s very very sad to read

          Sometimes we are so hurt that we dehumanise others to make sense of the world. Nobody is a stranger to this and that is why it is so transparent when you offer these opinions