- Apr 24, 2004
Hmnnn....I think some livers will be saved in the process....
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In case you missed it.... most "anti-vaxxers" like me probably don't drink..... it's you lot alcoholics that demand the jab so the lockdowns can end and you can carouse in public again.
Easy ? In what sense ?I'm thankful for the grabamint's idiocy, if we can keep the economy going (and the violence under control) this could end up the easiest country to live in.
Gays came out in the 70's / 80's
Black rights movements have had a foothold since about the 50's as I recall.
Communism / socialism is in disguise here, nothing more.
Politically easy, IF what's coming is what many suspect - global socialism.Easy ? In what sense ?
Petrol will go up next month. Already since January an extra R1K a month for my SO to travel to work and back.
That's R1K less to live on. R1K more for this ****erment to pissout.
Its background is far older. Also, as mentioned equality efforts and laws are already decades old.Remove thousands of years of human rights efforts.
Human rights, which btw are generally scoffed at or mentioned condescendingly by the more religious right -> far right, but immediately screamed about when they feel their rights to being absolute douches are being threatened, are really, as we know it today, at most 200 odd years old. And giving other people equal consideration is not taking other rights away, all it is taking away was the ability to bully those people for being different from "the norm".
Yeah, bad choice of words perhaps. I'm not anti-gay at all. Talking about the passive attitude of Millennials and similar, some deeper strength is needed to survive on this planet.Encourage "limp-wrist syndrome".
Limp wrist might have taken on another meaning to you, but in general this has been used to describe "tha gays", especially those considered to be "effeminate". And yes, the gays came out in the 70's, but let's be honest here, in SA that only ever happened in the late 80's. And the freedom to marry etc worldwide only became a thing in the 2000's.
We certainly agree about the abuses in the name of religion. I'm referring to anti-divine-concept communistic concepts, no consideration for freedom of choice, whether we believe in it or not.Destroy all faiths and any respect for them.
Nope. Not even close to destroyed. Jim Bakers $1000 magic blanky proves that.
Would I be sad to see religion fade away into obscurity one day? Nope. Would like it if that day can come sooner so that when we kill and exploit each other we at least are honest about why we do it. But until then I will be totally happy with letting you believe what you want. But I'd like it to not be "free of taxation" and I'd like it to be regulated so that we can avoid these absurd grifters that sell $1000 nonsense blankets or Silver solution or god knows what else.
It's very overdone, and confusing many. It's positives - I'm fine with that.Create gender confusion
Who is confused? We've known that people are on a sexual spectrum for a while now, that they are trying to label all possible points of it is for the next generation to sort out. As for those people who are featured in the media they represent the minority of an already minority. The media just blows it up because it gets "reads", "views" and "likes / dislikes". Engagement.
What I think you missed is I'm talking world politics, and in this covid context. There's a move to socialism which is destructive of individualism.Belittle individuality. ?
Have you seen some of these non-binary types? You cannot get more individualistic than that.
Co-opting businesses is to implement it is even worse than I would have imagined back then.More than a year ago, some of us here bemoaned the fact that our rights were being taken away. The majority consensus was to tell us to **** off, cause even if they are it doesn't affect us.
Now it's a clear and practical possibility.