All these folks who ridicule 'victimhood' as some sort of liberal or democrat boo hoo cry baby weakness ARE outraged over the fact that baby hands fat ass New York puff ball can't take a punch. Presidential harassment..oh the outrage oh the horror oh the hypocrisy. Sour grapes, sore heads, you just don't want to admit you supported a demented fabulist who insists on being the center of attention 24/7 and his only motivation is revenge, obliteration and payback upon anyone who doesn't worship at the flame of lamp of bullshit, his wisdom, bask in his glory with reverence and gratitude. Or in other words, you folks are cult members......try not to drink the kool-aid, it will. not be good for you. Nobody wants you to perish.
As a result, people who seek compensation may develop strategies to discover their own victimization in order to gain entitlements.
These people are exploited by people that are willing to ignore them after they gain power. Almost every Democratic administration has proven that, and quite a few Republican ones.
People that buy into the most outrageous examples suffer from manufactured guilt and believe propaganda with communist overtones that complete control by the government can somehow save these "victims". It would only make things worse, which is their endgame anyway.
E.g. if by robbing the rich and giving to the poor, Robin Hood stimulates an economic system that systematically destroys Sherwood Forest and fuels further economic patterns of subjugation/exploitation; then where is the justice in redistributing the spoils of the bad economy?
livinglava wrote:E.g. if by robbing the rich and giving to the poor, Robin Hood stimulates an economic system that systematically destroys Sherwood Forest and fuels further economic patterns of subjugation/exploitation; then where is the justice in redistributing the spoils of the bad economy?
My understanding of the Robin Hood story was that he stole back the unjust taxes that crippled the working and the poor. He gave back what was rightfully theirs, not redistributing a bad economy.
No, I do not get what you're trying to say.
In the fable, justice is served by returning assets back to the people from which they were stolen. This allows a free market where people can choose to spend or save for the future. It helps to restore a good economy, not strengthen a bad one.
You're the one whose analogy is wrong.
I.e. where is the justice in redistributing the spoils of a bad economy?
Quote:It's been proven in communist countries, that it doesn't work. Most in this world live in capitalistic ones; even Russia and China are changing to private ownership of business. https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2017/09/29/russia-has-the-fastest-growing-number-of-millionaires-in-the-world-a59113I.e. where is the justice in redistributing the spoils of a bad economy?
Mostly because it has nothing to do with the topic of the thread.
And also it's because I think you're bat **** crazy. You argue just to argue. You think you're being so very esoteric and it's comical how you think that some one is going to agree with your bat **** crazy diatribe.
Again, wrong thread.
Is that not something you can comprehend?
Sure, engage in honest communication. But you want to turn a thread about media into something else. I don't believe you have a sound argument, therefore I will not engage in your bat **** crazy diatribe.
the valid point that I made about pursuing equality within a bad economy