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Extremely-Far-Right
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4/28/2011 11:31:25 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 4/27/2011 1:25:26 PM, PervRat wrote:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com...

I read the page, and I would really like to know what relation this news has to do with "Christian love and tolerance" as you said.
Ore_Ele
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4/28/2011 12:16:23 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
Ah, another case of broad brushing and generalization. The most common logically fallacy (other than insults).
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4/29/2011 2:59:37 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 4/27/2011 6:42:15 PM, juvanya wrote:
At 4/27/2011 1:25:26 PM, PervRat wrote:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com...

How do you know it was Christians?

This is america, who else would write things like "***s are freaks" and "burn in hell" on there? The Jews are kinda iffy about the concept of hell, not plentiful, and wouldn't be in an Ohio barn, the Muslims definitely wouldn't be in an Ohio barn and are less plentiful yet....
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4/29/2011 7:18:24 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 4/29/2011 2:59:37 AM, Ragnar_Rahl wrote:
At 4/27/2011 6:42:15 PM, juvanya wrote:
At 4/27/2011 1:25:26 PM, PervRat wrote:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com...

How do you know it was Christians?

This is america, who else would write things like "***s are freaks" and "burn in hell" on there? The Jews are kinda iffy about the concept of hell, not plentiful, and wouldn't be in an Ohio barn, the Muslims definitely wouldn't be in an Ohio barn and are less plentiful yet....

I'm sorry, but just because you see the following phrases "***s are freaks" and "burn in hell" written on the doors of the barn, doesn't mean that this crime was committed by Christians.

One could come under the conclusion that this was most likely perpetrated by Christians and/or Christian extremists, but for one to come under the definite conclusion that it was Christians who indeed committed this crime wouldn't be accurate and/or a realistic accusation.

Just because you see phrases that some typical extremist Christians use, doesn't mean that this was a crime that was automatically committed by Christians. It could have very well been committed by an anti-Christian group. Or it could have been caused by any group with the notion that doing this crime would cause anti-Christian hate, because they figured that people would automatically assume this to be a crime committed by Christians and/or Christian extremists.

For example, lets say that there is an African American that is getting annoyed about a local KKK division in his community and/or county, and he wants to due something that will drive them away. He figures that drawing the word "nigger" on a Martin Luther King memorial should convince many that this was perpetuated by the KKK.

Since everyone already knows that the KKK is a racist organization and/or group, and they notice the word "nigger" written as graffiti on a memorial, they are most likely going to believe that the KKK committed this crime. And they are right in believing so, that the KKK committed this crime. On the other hand, just because the KKK is known for being associated with racist violence in the past, doesn't mean that the KKK committed this crime. This scenario speaks in great reference to what supposedly could have happened in this crime that was "supposedly" caused by Christians.

Now, if you find any new information that certainly links this crime to Christians and/or to Christian extremists, then please disregard all the information above. But until that happens (if it ever happens), please consider this information.
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4/29/2011 8:58:07 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 4/29/2011 7:18:24 AM, Extremely-Far-Right wrote:
At 4/29/2011 2:59:37 AM, Ragnar_Rahl wrote:
At 4/27/2011 6:42:15 PM, juvanya wrote:
At 4/27/2011 1:25:26 PM, PervRat wrote:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com...

How do you know it was Christians?

This is america, who else would write things like "***s are freaks" and "burn in hell" on there? The Jews are kinda iffy about the concept of hell, not plentiful, and wouldn't be in an Ohio barn, the Muslims definitely wouldn't be in an Ohio barn and are less plentiful yet....

I'm sorry, but just because you see the following phrases "***s are freaks" and "burn in hell" written on the doors of the barn, doesn't mean that this crime was committed by Christians.

One could come under the conclusion that this was most likely perpetrated by Christians and/or Christian extremists, but for one to come under the definite conclusion that it was Christians who indeed committed this crime wouldn't be accurate and/or a realistic accusation.

Just because you see phrases that some typical extremist Christians use, doesn't mean that this was a crime that was automatically committed by Christians. It could have very well been committed by an anti-Christian group. Or it could have been caused by any group with the notion that doing this crime would cause anti-Christian hate, because they figured that people would automatically assume this to be a crime committed by Christians and/or Christian extremists.

For example, lets say that there is an African American that is getting annoyed about a local KKK division in his community and/or county, and he wants to due something that will drive them away. He figures that drawing the word "nigger" on a Martin Luther King memorial should convince many that this was perpetuated by the KKK.

Since everyone already knows that the KKK is a racist organization and/or group, and they notice the word "nigger" written as graffiti on a memorial, they are most likely going to believe that the KKK committed this crime. And they are right in believing so, that the KKK committed this crime. On the other hand, just because the KKK is known for being associated with racist violence in the past, doesn't mean that the KKK committed this crime. This scenario speaks in great reference to what supposedly could have happened in this crime that was "supposedly" caused by Christians.

Now, if you find any new information that certainly links this crime to Christians and/or to Christian extremists, then please disregard all the information above. But until that happens (if it ever happens), please consider this information.

It quacks like a duck. It could be a set-up... But there's a certain minimal culpability Christians have for even being able to be implicated in this hate.
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4/29/2011 10:38:46 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 4/29/2011 8:58:07 AM, Rob1_Billion wrote:
At 4/29/2011 7:18:24 AM, Extremely-Far-Right wrote:
At 4/29/2011 2:59:37 AM, Ragnar_Rahl wrote:
At 4/27/2011 6:42:15 PM, juvanya wrote:
At 4/27/2011 1:25:26 PM, PervRat wrote:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com...

How do you know it was Christians?

This is america, who else would write things like "***s are freaks" and "burn in hell" on there? The Jews are kinda iffy about the concept of hell, not plentiful, and wouldn't be in an Ohio barn, the Muslims definitely wouldn't be in an Ohio barn and are less plentiful yet....

I'm sorry, but just because you see the following phrases "***s are freaks" and "burn in hell" written on the doors of the barn, doesn't mean that this crime was committed by Christians.

One could come under the conclusion that this was most likely perpetrated by Christians and/or Christian extremists, but for one to come under the definite conclusion that it was Christians who indeed committed this crime wouldn't be accurate and/or a realistic accusation.

Just because you see phrases that some typical extremist Christians use, doesn't mean that this was a crime that was automatically committed by Christians. It could have very well been committed by an anti-Christian group. Or it could have been caused by any group with the notion that doing this crime would cause anti-Christian hate, because they figured that people would automatically assume this to be a crime committed by Christians and/or Christian extremists.

For example, lets say that there is an African American that is getting annoyed about a local KKK division in his community and/or county, and he wants to due something that will drive them away. He figures that drawing the word "nigger" on a Martin Luther King memorial should convince many that this was perpetuated by the KKK.

Since everyone already knows that the KKK is a racist organization and/or group, and they notice the word "nigger" written as graffiti on a memorial, they are most likely going to believe that the KKK committed this crime. And they are right in believing so, that the KKK committed this crime. On the other hand, just because the KKK is known for being associated with racist violence in the past, doesn't mean that the KKK committed this crime. This scenario speaks in great reference to what supposedly could have happened in this crime that was "supposedly" caused by Christians.

Now, if you find any new information that certainly links this crime to Christians and/or to Christian extremists, then please disregard all the information above. But until that happens (if it ever happens), please consider this information.

It quacks like a duck. It could be a set-up... But there's a certain minimal culpability Christians have for even being able to be implicated in this hate.

yes, because if it is a fake setup, meant to blaim christians, then it is still the christians' faults, even when it is not. Makes total sense.
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4/29/2011 11:23:12 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
If Christians act so bad that hatred and bigotry,murder and arson is assumed to be on them....clearly they aren't -just- a loving little group of people that's accepting of everything....js.
I'm pretty sure that's the point.
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