The Civil War started on Facebook. It started when people began hating people they knew in real life after finding out not everyone shares the same views on the issues of the day.
- Reminder: The Internet is not real life.
Hate is not a strong word for how people feel about one another. Long-time friends hate others because they don’t happen to have the same views on gay marriage, trannies (or trans or whatever the media says people must be called), policing, blacks, and a bunch of other issues.
I have long warned people what happens when you silence those you disagree with. People do not change their minds. They instead seek out echo chambers, where they talk to others who think as they do. This creates zealots.
If you want a better world, grow up. Not everyone is going to agree with you on social issues.
In fact, I think people who support Hillary are brain-damaged and incapable of rational thought. I’ll still remain friendly with Hillary supporters, because I’m not a child who cries when finding out the world doesn’t meet my ego’s every expectation and entitlement.
There will be more killings in the streets, and America now faces the threat of both ISIS and homegrown terrorism. How can you stop the hate?
Reality check – Your opinions are not yours.
(The same is true of mine.)
Where did your beliefs come from? Did you climb a mountain, fast for 30 days, and convene with God?
Chances are your views of the world come from culture, the media, and your teachers.
If you think your ideas are yours alone, then think back. Today transgender rights is a huge deal. If you don’t immediately call Bruce Jenner Caitlyn, then you’re a bigot!
Were you talking about trans people in the military 10 years ago?
Why not? These are YOUR ideas, right? You’ve been talking about them forever.
Of course you know it’s silly. You talk about what the media calls attention to.
We form our opinions based on what morons on TV say.
Even I’m trapped in this Matrix. The media says something stupid, and then I’m responding to it.
We are all locked in this cage together.
Confession – I don’t hate Obummer.
Run some searches. My opinion on Obummer is that he doesn’t care much for America, but you’ll never see me call him a Muslim terrorist. Obummer has been bad for America, but so was George W. Bush.
I would never end a friendship because someone voted for Obummer or Bush.
Why? It’s not because I’m some holy man who tolerates dissent in a state of blissful Zen. It’s because I’m practical.
If we’re talking to each other, then we aren’t killing each other.
Once people stop debating, they start killing each other.
Domestic terrorism is here to stay, and gun control isn’t going to end it.
The only way to end terrorism is to end censorship.
More talking, less killing. And if you get angry because people disagree with you, no biggie. Read Gorilla Mindset and you’ll never feel angry again.