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New waste laws planned. Do you agree? (SNP)   The Newsy You: News of Today

Started Aug-25 by Showtalk; 12234 views.
Showtalk said:

Why would someone go to that much trouble to trick someone they don’t know into doing something they would never do?

Because there are people out there who get pleasure finding something to be offended by. They are horse's anus openings in personality.

I noticed in the article that the news folks tracked down the dude who started it, who had deleted his account once the story went public and probably a huge fecal matter storm began to blow his direction.

Sooner or later, someone who does stuff like that will end up recreating the moment that Lee Harvey Oswald met Jack Ruby.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YUHAVa-kMI

And bang bang bang - and down he goes - it's just a job I do ...

(have that album on vinyl somewhere)

WALTER784

From: WALTER784 

Sep-3

$1,661.87 in cats (ROCKETMAN_S) said...

I think people who do that kind of cancel culture should be treated like domestic terrorists..

There are similarities...

$1,661.87 in cats (ROCKETMAN_S) said...

I'm also really surprised that so few cases have not spilled into deadly violence. If someone lost everything and reached the point of perceiving they had nothing to lose, I could easily picture such a person taking a weapon, tracking down the person who set the whole destructive thing in motion, and just killing him or her in cold blood - a revenge killing.

I believe that is what they're attempting to provoke... civil unrest!

FWIW

Thing is, they are creating the most dangerous situation possible along the way. An animal that is cornered and has nothing left to lose is the most dangerous of all. So - causing someone to lose an entire livelihood and career is going to make that person incredibly angry.

And it's just a statistical probability that at least one of them is going to devote the rest of his life to make the other person pay. Even the way of extracting that payment is to "go postal". Even if it means sacrificing his own life in a hail of bullets when the SWAT team finally arrives - at least he took the "sum'bich" with him.

So the cancel culture crowd is playing with fire. I am genuinely surprised that there haven't been some headline grabbing cases of deadly vengeance being wreaked as someone who lost everything chooses to go out in a final blaze of glory and act as judge, jury, and executioner.

Surely this kind of thing would push someone off the deep end, past the point of no return. While there have been a few documented suicides over this kind of stuff, it really is a testament as to just how few people are easily pushed into a homicidal rage, from the lack of revenge killings administered to some of the cancel culture ringleaders.

But maybe someone, somewhere, is plotting an Oklahoma City style of revenge as we speak, or quietly stalking a target to redress the wrong.

However, most of the people who actually go on a murderous rampage are what psychologists call "injustice accumulators". Every perceived slight, every time they don't get their way, they just seethe and fume and vow to even the score. And then some day they just snap, and the call goes out for an "active shooter". And when law enforcement and the press talk to the perp's relatives and co-workers, almost universally, they say "he had an anger management problem" or "I said he was gonna go off some day"

And that's a tiny fraction of the population - well into the fraction of a percent of a percent. And cancel culture indiscriminately hits random people, so that the odds of hitting someone already on a hair trigger ready to go off are vanishingly small.

Thus those hit by cancel culture are more like the innocent victims of a culture gone crazy, hit by the random shrapnel of an unguided missile created by the self-righteous twitterverse.

As for that poor fellow who was confronted by that driver - hindsight is 20/20 - he should have called 911 and reported the other driver as harassing him. and turn the tables.

WALTER784

From: WALTER784 

Sep-3

Cancel culture are antagonists... and they're looking to cause anarchy!

And I too am surprised at the relative "no news" of such blowing up incidents... maybe they're greater than we're lead to believe though? You know... liberal news media not covering the story. Twitter, Facebook and others banning and deleting any mention of it?

And if you attempt to stop them... they'll seek their Antifa partners on you.

It looks like a loose loose situation for all unless some kind of miracle happens!

FWIW

WALTER784 said:

And I too am surprised at the relative "no news" of such blowing up incidents... maybe they're greater than we're lead to believe though?

It's possible. I don't have any real empathy for someone who engages in cancel culture and then loses their own life or property in retaliation. Because technically they are enemy combatants, domestic terrorists.

And they need to take a few more casualties - enough to start making them think twice before starting some crap with others.

General George S Patton said you don't win a war by dying for your country (cause). You win by making the others die for their country (cause). Until the victims of cancel culture mount an effective counterattack and start inflicting meaningful casualties on the enemy, the enemy will continue to be emboldened and mount new attacks.

We should treat the cancel culture mob like we did the masterminds behind the 9/11 attacks. Go after them with an iron fist and destroy their ability to continue to wage war.

Of course we wimped out on the 9/11 thing. There are Taliban still alive, and like a chemotherapy and surgery that missed some cancer cells, now it's back and the patient is terminal, but that's another issue entirely

WALTER784

From: WALTER784 

Sep-3

$1,661.87 in cats (ROCKETMAN_S) said...

I don't have any real empathy for someone who engages in cancel culture and then loses their own life or property in retaliation. Because technically they are enemy combatants, domestic terrorists.

And they need to take a few more casualties - enough to start making them think twice before starting some crap with others.

I don't know yet whether this is just a one off... or whether it will expand into something you mentioned about standing up... but it's a first for sure:

Florida restaurant turns away Biden supporters

FWIW

 

They probably are targeting the wrong perps, as the worst cancel culture are the ones on Fakebook and Twitter, and strewn all around the nation. What is necessary is to do enough detective work to dox the ones doing the canceling and take that battle to the enemy.

WALTER784

From: WALTER784 

Sep-4

$1,661.87 in cats (ROCKETMAN_S) said...

They probably are targeting the wrong perps, as the worst cancel culture are the ones on Fakebook and Twitter, and strewn all around the nation. What is necessary is to do enough detective work to dox the ones doing the canceling and take that battle to the enemy.

I think they wanted to stand up and make a statement more than target any particular individual. But then if you go back to 2017 I think it was... when Maxine Waters stood up and said "you go up and chase them out of the restaurants"... and many actually did that.

At least this is a bit more civil and not calling to run them out... it's just turning them away at the door!

FWIW

Fortunately the twitterverse hasn't started taking pages from the Symbionese Liberation Army and blowing people up and robbing banks and stuff after kidnapping newspaper heiresses.

Showtalk
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From: Showtalk 

Sep-4

Unless they had another motive for tricking him and he was not selected at random.

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