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#467 - Absolutely the same 12/15/2014 on Where do you want to see FJ... 0
#139 - It says "Use chalk". It's not sarcastic 11/14/2014 on oh well aint that just... 0
#177 - Ok you're going in circles now  [+] (1 new reply) 09/25/2014 on US's face when ISIS... 0
User avatar #179 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Well, we're just gonna have to agree to disagree. Nice talking with you mate.
#172 - I ******* said like twice I didn't say it as a fact you…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/25/2014 on US's face when ISIS... 0
User avatar #174 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Emotions lead them to the anger at other people. The subsection teaches them all that bullshit that makes them believe it's what god wants. It's like those people who get so angry at shit that's going on in the world, then do research and see what political perspective they can use to argue that it's fucked up. That's how you get stupid political extremists too. It's just that religion is a much stronger, and easily manipulable, so you can get people to do things they wouldn't normally consider doing (blowing themselves up).
#177 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Ok you're going in circles now
User avatar #179 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Well, we're just gonna have to agree to disagree. Nice talking with you mate.
#167 - Yeah I'm pretty sure that the terrorists are driven by their b…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/25/2014 on US's face when ISIS... 0
User avatar #170 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Yep, let's go off what we heard. I know plenty of friendly Muslims, it's not the religion as a whole but a subsection of Muslims much like how you'd relate Jehovah witness to other more traditional christians. Just like you heard that sack of shit Obama saying last night, islam teaches peace and tolerance, it's just that fucked up subsection of islam that twists the words to mean attack anyone who doesn't agree with you. This also happened to christians at one point, they moved past it (kind of).
#172 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
I fucking said like twice I didn't say it as a fact you ignorant bastard. And you just said it's emotions, not religion that drives them to terrorism? And yeah my point without derailing this is that fighting is better than waiting
User avatar #174 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Emotions lead them to the anger at other people. The subsection teaches them all that bullshit that makes them believe it's what god wants. It's like those people who get so angry at shit that's going on in the world, then do research and see what political perspective they can use to argue that it's fucked up. That's how you get stupid political extremists too. It's just that religion is a much stronger, and easily manipulable, so you can get people to do things they wouldn't normally consider doing (blowing themselves up).
#177 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Ok you're going in circles now
User avatar #179 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Well, we're just gonna have to agree to disagree. Nice talking with you mate.
#158 - Again with the significance of incidents? You can't really wor…  [+] (7 new replies) 09/25/2014 on US's face when ISIS... 0
User avatar #161 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
We just hold off an increasing population by constantly killing more. These extremists are driven by emotion and easily manipulated, when someone they love dies because of an anti-terrorism attack they just get angrier and new extremists form because of it. A son who was young when his dad got killed by an airstrike is a very likely going to go down the same path. Killing them doesn't do anything but create more in the long run, that's why terrorism has increased worldwide since 9/11.

I might be the odd person here, I've never been one to feel any emotion when seeing someone from my country being beheaded in a threat. I don't care about prisoners of war to be honest. I don't get enraged or emotional like some do so maybe I just look at things differently. But I'd rather end it, stop spending so much on anti-terrorism offense, reduce the number of american causalities by preventing terrorism IN America, and reduce the amount of retaliation America sees as a result.

I really couldn't care less about some tragedies Isis is committing in that area, I don't care about child murders or rapes there. I don't see how it's my tax dollars responsibility to free them or help them from that fate. Let the surrounding countries deal with it because I know damn well that if Chicago were to become a war zone for extremists tomorrow the rest of the world would hardly help at all.
#167 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Yeah I'm pretty sure that the terrorists are driven by their blind religion and what their superiors are telling them to do. Like I don't really go deep into their society, but I heard of rumors that if they do something not according to their religion they have to get punished, and that is bombing countries that don't support their religion. I don't know if that's true, but even if it isn't, it isn't some emotions that drive them to terrorism, it's their religion. That's why a lot of people call arabian(or idk brown people) terrorists muslim.
User avatar #170 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Yep, let's go off what we heard. I know plenty of friendly Muslims, it's not the religion as a whole but a subsection of Muslims much like how you'd relate Jehovah witness to other more traditional christians. Just like you heard that sack of shit Obama saying last night, islam teaches peace and tolerance, it's just that fucked up subsection of islam that twists the words to mean attack anyone who doesn't agree with you. This also happened to christians at one point, they moved past it (kind of).
#172 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
I fucking said like twice I didn't say it as a fact you ignorant bastard. And you just said it's emotions, not religion that drives them to terrorism? And yeah my point without derailing this is that fighting is better than waiting
User avatar #174 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Emotions lead them to the anger at other people. The subsection teaches them all that bullshit that makes them believe it's what god wants. It's like those people who get so angry at shit that's going on in the world, then do research and see what political perspective they can use to argue that it's fucked up. That's how you get stupid political extremists too. It's just that religion is a much stronger, and easily manipulable, so you can get people to do things they wouldn't normally consider doing (blowing themselves up).
#177 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Ok you're going in circles now
User avatar #179 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Well, we're just gonna have to agree to disagree. Nice talking with you mate.
#141 - Mm ok, US-40th? Norway, UK are above. Every terrorist incident…  [+] (9 new replies) 09/25/2014 on US's face when ISIS... 0
User avatar #150 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
The US is 40th because of the water barrier. Western European nations are easily accessible. You'll see that those nations who offer assistance to the US in terms of military force against the middle east get more attacks. Every other nations who gets attacks not only receives less conflict, they save money in military spending by not intervening.

Muslim extremists aren't something you can rid the world of. The more violence you cause, the more hate will result. We need to focus more on anti-terrorism defense than offense. If you think a few people being killed with with videos online is tragic, go look at the amount of murders around the US from gang related activity. The only difference is it's not meant to be a statement. Those beheadings are not worth noting.
#158 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Again with the significance of incidents? You can't really work out a problem with just defending. With offense you decrease their numbers/aggression or whatever you name it. If nobody did anything but sit tight and wait for them to do some bombs, we would get more of them
User avatar #161 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
We just hold off an increasing population by constantly killing more. These extremists are driven by emotion and easily manipulated, when someone they love dies because of an anti-terrorism attack they just get angrier and new extremists form because of it. A son who was young when his dad got killed by an airstrike is a very likely going to go down the same path. Killing them doesn't do anything but create more in the long run, that's why terrorism has increased worldwide since 9/11.

I might be the odd person here, I've never been one to feel any emotion when seeing someone from my country being beheaded in a threat. I don't care about prisoners of war to be honest. I don't get enraged or emotional like some do so maybe I just look at things differently. But I'd rather end it, stop spending so much on anti-terrorism offense, reduce the number of american causalities by preventing terrorism IN America, and reduce the amount of retaliation America sees as a result.

I really couldn't care less about some tragedies Isis is committing in that area, I don't care about child murders or rapes there. I don't see how it's my tax dollars responsibility to free them or help them from that fate. Let the surrounding countries deal with it because I know damn well that if Chicago were to become a war zone for extremists tomorrow the rest of the world would hardly help at all.
#167 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Yeah I'm pretty sure that the terrorists are driven by their blind religion and what their superiors are telling them to do. Like I don't really go deep into their society, but I heard of rumors that if they do something not according to their religion they have to get punished, and that is bombing countries that don't support their religion. I don't know if that's true, but even if it isn't, it isn't some emotions that drive them to terrorism, it's their religion. That's why a lot of people call arabian(or idk brown people) terrorists muslim.
User avatar #170 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Yep, let's go off what we heard. I know plenty of friendly Muslims, it's not the religion as a whole but a subsection of Muslims much like how you'd relate Jehovah witness to other more traditional christians. Just like you heard that sack of shit Obama saying last night, islam teaches peace and tolerance, it's just that fucked up subsection of islam that twists the words to mean attack anyone who doesn't agree with you. This also happened to christians at one point, they moved past it (kind of).
#172 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
I fucking said like twice I didn't say it as a fact you ignorant bastard. And you just said it's emotions, not religion that drives them to terrorism? And yeah my point without derailing this is that fighting is better than waiting
User avatar #174 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Emotions lead them to the anger at other people. The subsection teaches them all that bullshit that makes them believe it's what god wants. It's like those people who get so angry at shit that's going on in the world, then do research and see what political perspective they can use to argue that it's fucked up. That's how you get stupid political extremists too. It's just that religion is a much stronger, and easily manipulable, so you can get people to do things they wouldn't normally consider doing (blowing themselves up).
#177 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Ok you're going in circles now
User avatar #179 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Well, we're just gonna have to agree to disagree. Nice talking with you mate.
#133 - Well maybe not just as much, but a ******* lot, yeah. I…  [+] (11 new replies) 09/25/2014 on US's face when ISIS... 0
User avatar #135 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Go look up the global terrorism index man. Isolated incidents like beheading journalists are insignificant and shouldn't even be a concern. Suicide bombings in big buildings and actual terrorist attacks are the problem. Beheadings are petty in comparison.
#141 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Mm ok, US-40th? Norway, UK are above. Every terrorist incident should be a fucking concern. And they will happen in wherever the terrorists want to. America of course is a big target, cause it's AMERICA. But not intervening would make terrorism way worse, which the original argument was about
User avatar #150 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
The US is 40th because of the water barrier. Western European nations are easily accessible. You'll see that those nations who offer assistance to the US in terms of military force against the middle east get more attacks. Every other nations who gets attacks not only receives less conflict, they save money in military spending by not intervening.

Muslim extremists aren't something you can rid the world of. The more violence you cause, the more hate will result. We need to focus more on anti-terrorism defense than offense. If you think a few people being killed with with videos online is tragic, go look at the amount of murders around the US from gang related activity. The only difference is it's not meant to be a statement. Those beheadings are not worth noting.
#158 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Again with the significance of incidents? You can't really work out a problem with just defending. With offense you decrease their numbers/aggression or whatever you name it. If nobody did anything but sit tight and wait for them to do some bombs, we would get more of them
User avatar #161 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
We just hold off an increasing population by constantly killing more. These extremists are driven by emotion and easily manipulated, when someone they love dies because of an anti-terrorism attack they just get angrier and new extremists form because of it. A son who was young when his dad got killed by an airstrike is a very likely going to go down the same path. Killing them doesn't do anything but create more in the long run, that's why terrorism has increased worldwide since 9/11.

I might be the odd person here, I've never been one to feel any emotion when seeing someone from my country being beheaded in a threat. I don't care about prisoners of war to be honest. I don't get enraged or emotional like some do so maybe I just look at things differently. But I'd rather end it, stop spending so much on anti-terrorism offense, reduce the number of american causalities by preventing terrorism IN America, and reduce the amount of retaliation America sees as a result.

I really couldn't care less about some tragedies Isis is committing in that area, I don't care about child murders or rapes there. I don't see how it's my tax dollars responsibility to free them or help them from that fate. Let the surrounding countries deal with it because I know damn well that if Chicago were to become a war zone for extremists tomorrow the rest of the world would hardly help at all.
#167 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Yeah I'm pretty sure that the terrorists are driven by their blind religion and what their superiors are telling them to do. Like I don't really go deep into their society, but I heard of rumors that if they do something not according to their religion they have to get punished, and that is bombing countries that don't support their religion. I don't know if that's true, but even if it isn't, it isn't some emotions that drive them to terrorism, it's their religion. That's why a lot of people call arabian(or idk brown people) terrorists muslim.
User avatar #170 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Yep, let's go off what we heard. I know plenty of friendly Muslims, it's not the religion as a whole but a subsection of Muslims much like how you'd relate Jehovah witness to other more traditional christians. Just like you heard that sack of shit Obama saying last night, islam teaches peace and tolerance, it's just that fucked up subsection of islam that twists the words to mean attack anyone who doesn't agree with you. This also happened to christians at one point, they moved past it (kind of).
#172 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
I fucking said like twice I didn't say it as a fact you ignorant bastard. And you just said it's emotions, not religion that drives them to terrorism? And yeah my point without derailing this is that fighting is better than waiting
User avatar #174 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Emotions lead them to the anger at other people. The subsection teaches them all that bullshit that makes them believe it's what god wants. It's like those people who get so angry at shit that's going on in the world, then do research and see what political perspective they can use to argue that it's fucked up. That's how you get stupid political extremists too. It's just that religion is a much stronger, and easily manipulable, so you can get people to do things they wouldn't normally consider doing (blowing themselves up).
#177 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Ok you're going in circles now
User avatar #179 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Well, we're just gonna have to agree to disagree. Nice talking with you mate.
#127 - They ******* hate you because they hate everyone that i…  [+] (13 new replies) 09/25/2014 on US's face when ISIS... 0
User avatar #129 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Yeah that's why nations who don't attack them and try to control them see just as much hate as the West from them right?
#133 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Well maybe not just as much, but a fucking lot, yeah. I may be wrong in this but didn't ISIS kill a french dude recently
User avatar #135 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Go look up the global terrorism index man. Isolated incidents like beheading journalists are insignificant and shouldn't even be a concern. Suicide bombings in big buildings and actual terrorist attacks are the problem. Beheadings are petty in comparison.
#141 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Mm ok, US-40th? Norway, UK are above. Every terrorist incident should be a fucking concern. And they will happen in wherever the terrorists want to. America of course is a big target, cause it's AMERICA. But not intervening would make terrorism way worse, which the original argument was about
User avatar #150 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
The US is 40th because of the water barrier. Western European nations are easily accessible. You'll see that those nations who offer assistance to the US in terms of military force against the middle east get more attacks. Every other nations who gets attacks not only receives less conflict, they save money in military spending by not intervening.

Muslim extremists aren't something you can rid the world of. The more violence you cause, the more hate will result. We need to focus more on anti-terrorism defense than offense. If you think a few people being killed with with videos online is tragic, go look at the amount of murders around the US from gang related activity. The only difference is it's not meant to be a statement. Those beheadings are not worth noting.
#158 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Again with the significance of incidents? You can't really work out a problem with just defending. With offense you decrease their numbers/aggression or whatever you name it. If nobody did anything but sit tight and wait for them to do some bombs, we would get more of them
User avatar #161 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
We just hold off an increasing population by constantly killing more. These extremists are driven by emotion and easily manipulated, when someone they love dies because of an anti-terrorism attack they just get angrier and new extremists form because of it. A son who was young when his dad got killed by an airstrike is a very likely going to go down the same path. Killing them doesn't do anything but create more in the long run, that's why terrorism has increased worldwide since 9/11.

I might be the odd person here, I've never been one to feel any emotion when seeing someone from my country being beheaded in a threat. I don't care about prisoners of war to be honest. I don't get enraged or emotional like some do so maybe I just look at things differently. But I'd rather end it, stop spending so much on anti-terrorism offense, reduce the number of american causalities by preventing terrorism IN America, and reduce the amount of retaliation America sees as a result.

I really couldn't care less about some tragedies Isis is committing in that area, I don't care about child murders or rapes there. I don't see how it's my tax dollars responsibility to free them or help them from that fate. Let the surrounding countries deal with it because I know damn well that if Chicago were to become a war zone for extremists tomorrow the rest of the world would hardly help at all.
#167 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Yeah I'm pretty sure that the terrorists are driven by their blind religion and what their superiors are telling them to do. Like I don't really go deep into their society, but I heard of rumors that if they do something not according to their religion they have to get punished, and that is bombing countries that don't support their religion. I don't know if that's true, but even if it isn't, it isn't some emotions that drive them to terrorism, it's their religion. That's why a lot of people call arabian(or idk brown people) terrorists muslim.
User avatar #170 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Yep, let's go off what we heard. I know plenty of friendly Muslims, it's not the religion as a whole but a subsection of Muslims much like how you'd relate Jehovah witness to other more traditional christians. Just like you heard that sack of shit Obama saying last night, islam teaches peace and tolerance, it's just that fucked up subsection of islam that twists the words to mean attack anyone who doesn't agree with you. This also happened to christians at one point, they moved past it (kind of).
#172 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
I fucking said like twice I didn't say it as a fact you ignorant bastard. And you just said it's emotions, not religion that drives them to terrorism? And yeah my point without derailing this is that fighting is better than waiting
User avatar #174 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Emotions lead them to the anger at other people. The subsection teaches them all that bullshit that makes them believe it's what god wants. It's like those people who get so angry at shit that's going on in the world, then do research and see what political perspective they can use to argue that it's fucked up. That's how you get stupid political extremists too. It's just that religion is a much stronger, and easily manipulable, so you can get people to do things they wouldn't normally consider doing (blowing themselves up).
#177 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Ok you're going in circles now
User avatar #179 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Well, we're just gonna have to agree to disagree. Nice talking with you mate.
#122 - How about you ******* think why those hardcore muslims …  [+] (15 new replies) 09/25/2014 on US's face when ISIS... 0
User avatar #126 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
How about you think about why they fucking hate western nations. Maybe it's because we try to control their fucking lives with bomb threats. Boy, I wonder what kind of feelings you'd have if some superpower of a country started bombing your country because of some shit that was none of their business and had barely any effect on them.

That's why we get terrorism threats. Like they fucking hate us because we're free, ha.
#127 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
They fucking hate you because they hate everyone that isn't hardcore muslim, ha
User avatar #129 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Yeah that's why nations who don't attack them and try to control them see just as much hate as the West from them right?
#133 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Well maybe not just as much, but a fucking lot, yeah. I may be wrong in this but didn't ISIS kill a french dude recently
User avatar #135 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Go look up the global terrorism index man. Isolated incidents like beheading journalists are insignificant and shouldn't even be a concern. Suicide bombings in big buildings and actual terrorist attacks are the problem. Beheadings are petty in comparison.
#141 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Mm ok, US-40th? Norway, UK are above. Every terrorist incident should be a fucking concern. And they will happen in wherever the terrorists want to. America of course is a big target, cause it's AMERICA. But not intervening would make terrorism way worse, which the original argument was about
User avatar #150 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
The US is 40th because of the water barrier. Western European nations are easily accessible. You'll see that those nations who offer assistance to the US in terms of military force against the middle east get more attacks. Every other nations who gets attacks not only receives less conflict, they save money in military spending by not intervening.

Muslim extremists aren't something you can rid the world of. The more violence you cause, the more hate will result. We need to focus more on anti-terrorism defense than offense. If you think a few people being killed with with videos online is tragic, go look at the amount of murders around the US from gang related activity. The only difference is it's not meant to be a statement. Those beheadings are not worth noting.
#158 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Again with the significance of incidents? You can't really work out a problem with just defending. With offense you decrease their numbers/aggression or whatever you name it. If nobody did anything but sit tight and wait for them to do some bombs, we would get more of them
User avatar #161 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
We just hold off an increasing population by constantly killing more. These extremists are driven by emotion and easily manipulated, when someone they love dies because of an anti-terrorism attack they just get angrier and new extremists form because of it. A son who was young when his dad got killed by an airstrike is a very likely going to go down the same path. Killing them doesn't do anything but create more in the long run, that's why terrorism has increased worldwide since 9/11.

I might be the odd person here, I've never been one to feel any emotion when seeing someone from my country being beheaded in a threat. I don't care about prisoners of war to be honest. I don't get enraged or emotional like some do so maybe I just look at things differently. But I'd rather end it, stop spending so much on anti-terrorism offense, reduce the number of american causalities by preventing terrorism IN America, and reduce the amount of retaliation America sees as a result.

I really couldn't care less about some tragedies Isis is committing in that area, I don't care about child murders or rapes there. I don't see how it's my tax dollars responsibility to free them or help them from that fate. Let the surrounding countries deal with it because I know damn well that if Chicago were to become a war zone for extremists tomorrow the rest of the world would hardly help at all.
#167 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Yeah I'm pretty sure that the terrorists are driven by their blind religion and what their superiors are telling them to do. Like I don't really go deep into their society, but I heard of rumors that if they do something not according to their religion they have to get punished, and that is bombing countries that don't support their religion. I don't know if that's true, but even if it isn't, it isn't some emotions that drive them to terrorism, it's their religion. That's why a lot of people call arabian(or idk brown people) terrorists muslim.
User avatar #170 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Yep, let's go off what we heard. I know plenty of friendly Muslims, it's not the religion as a whole but a subsection of Muslims much like how you'd relate Jehovah witness to other more traditional christians. Just like you heard that sack of shit Obama saying last night, islam teaches peace and tolerance, it's just that fucked up subsection of islam that twists the words to mean attack anyone who doesn't agree with you. This also happened to christians at one point, they moved past it (kind of).
#172 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
I fucking said like twice I didn't say it as a fact you ignorant bastard. And you just said it's emotions, not religion that drives them to terrorism? And yeah my point without derailing this is that fighting is better than waiting
User avatar #174 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Emotions lead them to the anger at other people. The subsection teaches them all that bullshit that makes them believe it's what god wants. It's like those people who get so angry at shit that's going on in the world, then do research and see what political perspective they can use to argue that it's fucked up. That's how you get stupid political extremists too. It's just that religion is a much stronger, and easily manipulable, so you can get people to do things they wouldn't normally consider doing (blowing themselves up).
#177 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Ok you're going in circles now
User avatar #179 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Well, we're just gonna have to agree to disagree. Nice talking with you mate.
#118 - Probably because the conflicts could grow and be a huge potent…  [+] (19 new replies) 09/25/2014 on US's face when ISIS... +1
User avatar #119 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Yeah because us intervening in the middle east for the past few decades has worked out so fucking well for us, and totally stopped terrorism....
User avatar #143 - Kanoah (09/25/2014) [-]
Funny thing, that. It actually HAS worked out well for us, considering that it could have ended up significantly worse than it did. But you, of course, have no idea, maybe because you might not be old enough to remember when all this shit started.
User avatar #166 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Yep, let's use our imagination to figure out how the apocalypse could have happened if we didn't go and spend trillions trying to defeat the boogie man. Then we can appreciate what a good job we did and how well it turned out. Fuckin smart.
#122 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
How about you fucking think why those hardcore muslims aren't EVOLVING into a bigger threat, not why it hasn't stopped. You're a guy who sees a half empty glass aren't you
User avatar #126 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
How about you think about why they fucking hate western nations. Maybe it's because we try to control their fucking lives with bomb threats. Boy, I wonder what kind of feelings you'd have if some superpower of a country started bombing your country because of some shit that was none of their business and had barely any effect on them.

That's why we get terrorism threats. Like they fucking hate us because we're free, ha.
#127 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
They fucking hate you because they hate everyone that isn't hardcore muslim, ha
User avatar #129 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Yeah that's why nations who don't attack them and try to control them see just as much hate as the West from them right?
#133 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Well maybe not just as much, but a fucking lot, yeah. I may be wrong in this but didn't ISIS kill a french dude recently
User avatar #135 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Go look up the global terrorism index man. Isolated incidents like beheading journalists are insignificant and shouldn't even be a concern. Suicide bombings in big buildings and actual terrorist attacks are the problem. Beheadings are petty in comparison.
#141 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Mm ok, US-40th? Norway, UK are above. Every terrorist incident should be a fucking concern. And they will happen in wherever the terrorists want to. America of course is a big target, cause it's AMERICA. But not intervening would make terrorism way worse, which the original argument was about
User avatar #150 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
The US is 40th because of the water barrier. Western European nations are easily accessible. You'll see that those nations who offer assistance to the US in terms of military force against the middle east get more attacks. Every other nations who gets attacks not only receives less conflict, they save money in military spending by not intervening.

Muslim extremists aren't something you can rid the world of. The more violence you cause, the more hate will result. We need to focus more on anti-terrorism defense than offense. If you think a few people being killed with with videos online is tragic, go look at the amount of murders around the US from gang related activity. The only difference is it's not meant to be a statement. Those beheadings are not worth noting.
#158 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Again with the significance of incidents? You can't really work out a problem with just defending. With offense you decrease their numbers/aggression or whatever you name it. If nobody did anything but sit tight and wait for them to do some bombs, we would get more of them
User avatar #161 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
We just hold off an increasing population by constantly killing more. These extremists are driven by emotion and easily manipulated, when someone they love dies because of an anti-terrorism attack they just get angrier and new extremists form because of it. A son who was young when his dad got killed by an airstrike is a very likely going to go down the same path. Killing them doesn't do anything but create more in the long run, that's why terrorism has increased worldwide since 9/11.

I might be the odd person here, I've never been one to feel any emotion when seeing someone from my country being beheaded in a threat. I don't care about prisoners of war to be honest. I don't get enraged or emotional like some do so maybe I just look at things differently. But I'd rather end it, stop spending so much on anti-terrorism offense, reduce the number of american causalities by preventing terrorism IN America, and reduce the amount of retaliation America sees as a result.

I really couldn't care less about some tragedies Isis is committing in that area, I don't care about child murders or rapes there. I don't see how it's my tax dollars responsibility to free them or help them from that fate. Let the surrounding countries deal with it because I know damn well that if Chicago were to become a war zone for extremists tomorrow the rest of the world would hardly help at all.
#167 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Yeah I'm pretty sure that the terrorists are driven by their blind religion and what their superiors are telling them to do. Like I don't really go deep into their society, but I heard of rumors that if they do something not according to their religion they have to get punished, and that is bombing countries that don't support their religion. I don't know if that's true, but even if it isn't, it isn't some emotions that drive them to terrorism, it's their religion. That's why a lot of people call arabian(or idk brown people) terrorists muslim.
User avatar #170 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Yep, let's go off what we heard. I know plenty of friendly Muslims, it's not the religion as a whole but a subsection of Muslims much like how you'd relate Jehovah witness to other more traditional christians. Just like you heard that sack of shit Obama saying last night, islam teaches peace and tolerance, it's just that fucked up subsection of islam that twists the words to mean attack anyone who doesn't agree with you. This also happened to christians at one point, they moved past it (kind of).
#172 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
I fucking said like twice I didn't say it as a fact you ignorant bastard. And you just said it's emotions, not religion that drives them to terrorism? And yeah my point without derailing this is that fighting is better than waiting
User avatar #174 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Emotions lead them to the anger at other people. The subsection teaches them all that bullshit that makes them believe it's what god wants. It's like those people who get so angry at shit that's going on in the world, then do research and see what political perspective they can use to argue that it's fucked up. That's how you get stupid political extremists too. It's just that religion is a much stronger, and easily manipulable, so you can get people to do things they wouldn't normally consider doing (blowing themselves up).
#177 - bernixas (09/25/2014) [-]
Ok you're going in circles now
User avatar #179 - ecowolfrb (09/25/2014) [-]
Well, we're just gonna have to agree to disagree. Nice talking with you mate.
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