Do sexists, racists, and other people who discriminate against certain people based on their race, gender, height, age, religion, sexuality, etc deserve to rot in hell?

Posted by: Foodiesoul

I'm not goofing around! This is a serious question I have!

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Yes, people who discriminate against anyone of any kind deserve to rot in hell!

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No, people who discriminate may be stupid and ignorant but that doesn't mean they should rot in hell!

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PetersSmith says2016-06-23T05:39:32.5728644Z
Lol...
Black-Jesus says2016-06-23T05:44:16.5366214Z
Well... Maybe for a little bit: but no one deserves to burn in hell for all eternity.
Foodiesoul says2016-06-23T05:47:47.9830876Z
@Black-Jesus What if the person raped/murdered innocent people?
TheWorldIsComplicated says2016-06-23T10:00:07.2801007Z
@Black-Jesus Well, Genghis Khan and the nazis do
triangle.128k says2016-06-23T15:20:01.6743409Z
What the hell is with you and your obsession with stereotypes?
face1995 says2016-06-23T16:54:40.8684157Z
@triangle.128k what is so wrong with questioning society? I do see that he is questioning too much about sexism. I did too, but I wanted to question more about speciesism and animal cruelty. However, I didn't because I didn't know what to ask because I did not think about putting any on DDO because a ton of people view slaughterhouses centers as non cruel areas and put the animals on their plate at a greater importance than letting them live their full lifespan. So questioning about it would have virtually gotten me all controversial answers, like any vegan and animal right thinker and advocator thinks like, in the real all right accepting and demanding form. Not that I am conceited, but in the very least the thinking on animal rights is ignored by most people and some people consider vegans and animal rights believers, especially those who view animals equal to humans psycho, weird, etc. In fact, some people want the government to ban veganism to act against those who pressure others to go vegan. They are able to pressure but they're unable to force others to go vegan. Veganism is a choice, and anything is a choice. One thing is that all choices come with consequences. Even if there was no law enforcement or polices, there would still be consequences. That separates consequences by law and by nature into lawful consequences being human made consequences, and the consequences of nature which might happen outside the control of anyone of course is natural consequences.
UtherPenguin says2016-06-23T22:03:42.0613821Z
Third option, no human has the right to prescribe damnation on anyone, that's a right only to God.
triangle.128k says2016-06-23T22:20:57.6584205Z
@face1995 Oh my god, I never said anything about animal cruelty and veganism. You just wrote a whole useless rant for nothing.
Foodiesoul says2016-06-24T03:24:45.2065694Z
@UtherPenguin You're right! I'm so sorry but I was pretty angry when I made this poll, angry at the fact that there's so much prejudice in this wicked world! I got extremely carried away with this poll and now, it just looks like it's just too extreme!
maslow says2016-06-24T19:27:24.5708382Z
There is no hell
Foodiesoul says2016-07-18T22:55:44.3347590Z
@SegBeg Whoa! Why do you think all of us deserve to burn in hell? Not everyone is evil or wicked!
SegBeg says2016-07-19T10:28:10.9165896Z
@Foodiesoul, Actually, we are all sinners and sinners deserve to burn in hell. The only reason we have not done so is because God loves us too much to let that happen so we have a chance to follow him or go our own way.
BaxterDebate says2016-07-26T13:57:12.2382214Z
There will be (Former) Sexist, Raciest, and discriminatory people in heaven, just as there will be the most politically correct, Green, Eco-Friendly, vegins burning in hell. The determining factor is a single choice to accept Gods mercy, or reject it.

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