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#34 - To a point, but the idea that humanity can be whipped into com…  [+] (2 replies) 06/06/2015 on Story time FJ 0
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#35 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Not saying anything about the entirety of humanity.
Just saying that everyone needs to be treated differently.

Some people stop doing something when they are told to stop.
Others run.
Others fight.
Others don't stop.
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#37 - jesuscumjuice (06/06/2015) [-]
Just carrot/stick them into society. People can be trained, just the same dogs.
#32 - My point still stands. Europeans like to claim moral superiori…  [+] (4 replies) 06/06/2015 on Story time FJ 0
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#33 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Heh. Not me.
What's effective is effective.

Sure, morality does have its place, but too much of it is just as bad as none of it.
#34 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
To a point, but the idea that humanity can be whipped into compliance is ridiculous, it rarely works and its just not the inherently good, and if we ever want as a species to move beyond this earth, the kind of behavior that you suggest is exactly what we need to get rid of.
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#35 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Not saying anything about the entirety of humanity.
Just saying that everyone needs to be treated differently.

Some people stop doing something when they are told to stop.
Others run.
Others fight.
Others don't stop.
User avatar
#37 - jesuscumjuice (06/06/2015) [-]
Just carrot/stick them into society. People can be trained, just the same dogs.
#30 - Yeah especially if your going to say that you maintain the mor…  [+] (6 replies) 06/06/2015 on Story time FJ 0
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#31 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Lithuanian here.
#32 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
My point still stands. Europeans like to claim moral superiority as much as Americans.
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#33 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Heh. Not me.
What's effective is effective.

Sure, morality does have its place, but too much of it is just as bad as none of it.
#34 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
To a point, but the idea that humanity can be whipped into compliance is ridiculous, it rarely works and its just not the inherently good, and if we ever want as a species to move beyond this earth, the kind of behavior that you suggest is exactly what we need to get rid of.
User avatar
#35 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Not saying anything about the entirety of humanity.
Just saying that everyone needs to be treated differently.

Some people stop doing something when they are told to stop.
Others run.
Others fight.
Others don't stop.
User avatar
#37 - jesuscumjuice (06/06/2015) [-]
Just carrot/stick them into society. People can be trained, just the same dogs.
#28 - Yeah, but thats not a reason to sink to that level. The correc…  [+] (8 replies) 06/06/2015 on Story time FJ 0
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#29 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
So taking a pretty risky and long-winded chance as opposed to doing it primitively but effectively?
#30 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
Yeah especially if your going to say that you maintain the moral highground like most americans say that we do. If your really the superior culture you need to act like it.
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#31 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Lithuanian here.
#32 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
My point still stands. Europeans like to claim moral superiority as much as Americans.
User avatar
#33 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Heh. Not me.
What's effective is effective.

Sure, morality does have its place, but too much of it is just as bad as none of it.
#34 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
To a point, but the idea that humanity can be whipped into compliance is ridiculous, it rarely works and its just not the inherently good, and if we ever want as a species to move beyond this earth, the kind of behavior that you suggest is exactly what we need to get rid of.
User avatar
#35 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Not saying anything about the entirety of humanity.
Just saying that everyone needs to be treated differently.

Some people stop doing something when they are told to stop.
Others run.
Others fight.
Others don't stop.
User avatar
#37 - jesuscumjuice (06/06/2015) [-]
Just carrot/stick them into society. People can be trained, just the same dogs.
#23 - Yeah but its not that effective. What proof is there those fel…  [+] (10 replies) 06/06/2015 on Story time FJ 0
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#25 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Political correctness doesn't have a place with those people.

And yes, I said THOSE people, because they really are different.

Hell, most of them still believe in capital/corporal punishment.

Not to mention that to have a court system you need a working police force as well, which most of those countries don't have. And to actually implement that police force will take decades. Even then, there's still only a chance that it will actually be a successful police force.
#28 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
Yeah, but thats not a reason to sink to that level. The correct course of action is to try and reform the society, not through force but the exvhange of ideas
User avatar
#29 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
So taking a pretty risky and long-winded chance as opposed to doing it primitively but effectively?
#30 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
Yeah especially if your going to say that you maintain the moral highground like most americans say that we do. If your really the superior culture you need to act like it.
User avatar
#31 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Lithuanian here.
#32 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
My point still stands. Europeans like to claim moral superiority as much as Americans.
User avatar
#33 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Heh. Not me.
What's effective is effective.

Sure, morality does have its place, but too much of it is just as bad as none of it.
#34 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
To a point, but the idea that humanity can be whipped into compliance is ridiculous, it rarely works and its just not the inherently good, and if we ever want as a species to move beyond this earth, the kind of behavior that you suggest is exactly what we need to get rid of.
User avatar
#35 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Not saying anything about the entirety of humanity.
Just saying that everyone needs to be treated differently.

Some people stop doing something when they are told to stop.
Others run.
Others fight.
Others don't stop.
User avatar
#37 - jesuscumjuice (06/06/2015) [-]
Just carrot/stick them into society. People can be trained, just the same dogs.
#21 - Well yeah. thats not exactly the best way to do things.  [+] (12 replies) 06/06/2015 on Story time FJ 0
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#22 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
It's damn effective, though.
People living in the first world activists/politicals mainly think that people who live in third world countries understand peace, prosperity and all that.

They don't. They've been living simple lives and getting pushed around by years and years of either Soviet occupation, other types of wars or just crime in general. Their mindset is completely different. They wouldn't fare well in the first world and yet the first world is bringing itself to them.

Being grown up in a rough climate gives you a rough outlook, it's that simple. For gypsies and etc., stealing and scamming is just survival to them, nothing more.
#23 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
Yeah but its not that effective. What proof is there those fellows were the actual perpetrators of the crime? There is a reason for court systems and all that. I agree that many things these days are too soft, but that doesnt mean we go the exact opposite way. We should strive to find a solution that is both moral and effective.
User avatar
#25 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Political correctness doesn't have a place with those people.

And yes, I said THOSE people, because they really are different.

Hell, most of them still believe in capital/corporal punishment.

Not to mention that to have a court system you need a working police force as well, which most of those countries don't have. And to actually implement that police force will take decades. Even then, there's still only a chance that it will actually be a successful police force.
#28 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
Yeah, but thats not a reason to sink to that level. The correct course of action is to try and reform the society, not through force but the exvhange of ideas
User avatar
#29 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
So taking a pretty risky and long-winded chance as opposed to doing it primitively but effectively?
#30 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
Yeah especially if your going to say that you maintain the moral highground like most americans say that we do. If your really the superior culture you need to act like it.
User avatar
#31 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Lithuanian here.
#32 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
My point still stands. Europeans like to claim moral superiority as much as Americans.
User avatar
#33 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Heh. Not me.
What's effective is effective.

Sure, morality does have its place, but too much of it is just as bad as none of it.
#34 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
To a point, but the idea that humanity can be whipped into compliance is ridiculous, it rarely works and its just not the inherently good, and if we ever want as a species to move beyond this earth, the kind of behavior that you suggest is exactly what we need to get rid of.
User avatar
#35 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Not saying anything about the entirety of humanity.
Just saying that everyone needs to be treated differently.

Some people stop doing something when they are told to stop.
Others run.
Others fight.
Others don't stop.
User avatar
#37 - jesuscumjuice (06/06/2015) [-]
Just carrot/stick them into society. People can be trained, just the same dogs.
#19 - Posse comatatus. Its like you people dont know what America is…  [+] (14 replies) 06/06/2015 on Story time FJ 0
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#20 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
I mean the entire world in general.
Sure, Russia can still get away with some stuff similar to the content.
Other smaller countries, too.
But not anymore.
#21 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
Well yeah. thats not exactly the best way to do things.
User avatar
#22 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
It's damn effective, though.
People living in the first world activists/politicals mainly think that people who live in third world countries understand peace, prosperity and all that.

They don't. They've been living simple lives and getting pushed around by years and years of either Soviet occupation, other types of wars or just crime in general. Their mindset is completely different. They wouldn't fare well in the first world and yet the first world is bringing itself to them.

Being grown up in a rough climate gives you a rough outlook, it's that simple. For gypsies and etc., stealing and scamming is just survival to them, nothing more.
#23 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
Yeah but its not that effective. What proof is there those fellows were the actual perpetrators of the crime? There is a reason for court systems and all that. I agree that many things these days are too soft, but that doesnt mean we go the exact opposite way. We should strive to find a solution that is both moral and effective.
User avatar
#25 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Political correctness doesn't have a place with those people.

And yes, I said THOSE people, because they really are different.

Hell, most of them still believe in capital/corporal punishment.

Not to mention that to have a court system you need a working police force as well, which most of those countries don't have. And to actually implement that police force will take decades. Even then, there's still only a chance that it will actually be a successful police force.
#28 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
Yeah, but thats not a reason to sink to that level. The correct course of action is to try and reform the society, not through force but the exvhange of ideas
User avatar
#29 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
So taking a pretty risky and long-winded chance as opposed to doing it primitively but effectively?
#30 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
Yeah especially if your going to say that you maintain the moral highground like most americans say that we do. If your really the superior culture you need to act like it.
User avatar
#31 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Lithuanian here.
#32 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
My point still stands. Europeans like to claim moral superiority as much as Americans.
User avatar
#33 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Heh. Not me.
What's effective is effective.

Sure, morality does have its place, but too much of it is just as bad as none of it.
#34 - asasinmonkey (06/06/2015) [-]
To a point, but the idea that humanity can be whipped into compliance is ridiculous, it rarely works and its just not the inherently good, and if we ever want as a species to move beyond this earth, the kind of behavior that you suggest is exactly what we need to get rid of.
User avatar
#35 - electronicbacon (06/06/2015) [-]
Not saying anything about the entirety of humanity.
Just saying that everyone needs to be treated differently.

Some people stop doing something when they are told to stop.
Others run.
Others fight.
Others don't stop.
User avatar
#37 - jesuscumjuice (06/06/2015) [-]
Just carrot/stick them into society. People can be trained, just the same dogs.