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Car break-ins are pretty common during religious services, but armed robbery?
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reaperx- wrote:
Eliminating prejudice... if only this was a perfect world where that was possible.


Heh, indeed. However, we can have our small discussion and gain some wisdom for just ourselves.


Cero_of_Clouds wrote:
Also, there's is no way to eliminate prejudice itself. Would you be willing to fight for a child molester? That's a label, right? See? Context matters over ideas, in my opinion.


Oh? Prejudice means prejudging someone without facts. If we have the fact that someone molested a child, then we're not prejudging them, we're just judging them, which is perfectly fine. What's not fine is prejudging, say, priests as child molesters. The scandals published on the news don't mean every priest is a child molester. What's also not fine is prejudging, say, child molesters as inhuman or immediately threatening. It's still irresponsible not to call them an ambulance if they're dying of a heart attack. Hope that clears things up.
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maxgale wrote:

Liberals desperately trying to spin the robber as a victim.

Wow have you no shame?


Okay genuinely curious. What on earth are you talking about. It was a muslim optometrist who was attacked outside of a mosque. At what point in this thread did anyone express sympathy for the robbers or try to spin them as the victims here.

You did actually read the article before offering your two cents right?
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vanguard1234523 wrote:


maxgale wrote:

Liberals desperately trying to spin the robber as a victim.

Wow have you no shame?


Okay genuinely curious. What on earth are you talking about. It was a muslim optometrist who was attacked outside of a mosque. At what point in this thread did anyone express sympathy for the robbers or try to spin them as the victims here.

You did actually read the article before offering your two cents right?




I was curious as well but given who said it I decided it was much better to just ignore it and move on. Was really hoping nobody else would comment on it too but oh well. Good luck with that one lol
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