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Seventizz said:
VGPolyglot said:

Which Canada do you live in?

This one...

https://youtu.be/erPn9fRoMPw

Ah, the Canada where Rebel Media is considered to be a credible source of information I see.



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OTBWY said:
vivster said:

So what would Christian fundamentalists do with gay people? Straight Camp, aka psychological torture?

It's fine to be tolerant of religions. Why not defend moderate people who are not trying to kill you?

I actually completely agree with Vivster. Wow.

Ontopic: If there is a Islamophobia narrative, then there is absolutely an anti-muslim narrative. It's just the other side of the coin you don't want to see.

It's easy to agree with me when all I'm saying is based on facts and matters of simple common sense and basic human decency. You should try to find more of those things in my other posts and you will see yourself agreeing with me a lot more :)



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VGPolyglot said:
Seventizz said:

This one...

https://youtu.be/erPn9fRoMPw

Ah, the Canada where Rebel Media is considered to be a credible source of information I see.

What's inaccurate about the video I posted?



Seventizz said:
vivster said:

Weird, nothing in that article said that you will go to jail if you criticize Islam.

Well not really weird, it was clear from the beginning that your fear mongering has no basis in reality.

Google Bill M103.

"Condemn Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination" seems like a pretty moderate thing to do. I think some people forget that there is such a thing as context and moderation when it comes to rules, morals and laws.

There is a difference between running over a kitten by accident because it jumped in front of your car and boldly proclaiming on a public platform to start the kitten holocaust. Just because the latter person will go to jail doesn't mean the former will.

Context and intent. Those words are pretty important in law and general social behavior. If you look those up it might relieve your fears of persecution a bit.



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vivster said:
OTBWY said:

I actually completely agree with Vivster. Wow.

Ontopic: If there is a Islamophobia narrative, then there is absolutely an anti-muslim narrative. It's just the other side of the coin you don't want to see.

It's easy to agree with me when all I'm saying is based on facts and matters of simple common sense and basic human decency. You should try to find more of those things in my other posts and you will see yourself agreeing with me a lot more :)

With all respect Vivster, I think you're wrong on the games, with pretty much everything (except Xenoblade 2 I think). But that's neither here nor there, just a difference of opinion.

At least it's good to see that we can agree on some things, especially this subject. It IS basic human decency.



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OTBWY said:

At least it's good to see that we can agree on some things, especially this subject. It IS basic human decency.

That's just because I'm also a leftist communist by accident.



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vivster said:
Seventizz said:

Google Bill M103.

"Condemn Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination" seems like a pretty moderate thing to do. I think some people forget that there is such a thing as context and moderation when it comes to rules, morals and laws.

There is a difference between running over a kitten by accident because it jumped in front of your car and boldly proclaiming on a public platform to start the kitten holocaust. Just because the latter person will go to jail doesn't mean the former will.

Context and intent. Those words are pretty important in law and general social behavior. If you look those up it might relieve your fears of persecution a bit.

I’m going to assume you’re not a Canadian and this is the first time you’ve stumbled upon this bill and have put little thought into your reasoning.  You’re not alone - it’s what liberals do.



As long as both despise western values, both left and muslims are enamorating each other since both have a common enemy. But for different purposes: muslisms want to build a caliphate and the left want to build a stalinist utopia.



Seventizz said:
vivster said:

"Condemn Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination" seems like a pretty moderate thing to do. I think some people forget that there is such a thing as context and moderation when it comes to rules, morals and laws.

There is a difference between running over a kitten by accident because it jumped in front of your car and boldly proclaiming on a public platform to start the kitten holocaust. Just because the latter person will go to jail doesn't mean the former will.

Context and intent. Those words are pretty important in law and general social behavior. If you look those up it might relieve your fears of persecution a bit.

I’m going to assume you’re not a Canadian and this is the first time you’ve stumbled upon this bill and have put little thought into your reasoning.  You’re not alone - it’s what liberals do.

I live in Germany, which is one of the most liberal and leftist countries you can be in. Yes even more leftist than Canada. That bill is nothing compared to what is already law in Germany. I haven't seen anyone go to jail yet for simply stating an opinion. I've seen plenty of blatant racists being charged, though. So the laws work as intended.

You haven't yet explained yourself and just said I should google something instead of explaining your point. But don't worry, you're not alone - it's what right wing extremists do.



If you demand respect or gratitude for your volunteer work, you're doing volunteering wrong.

Doesn't really matter if fake news turns out to be fake or not the harm has already been done. And fake news is more interesting than fake news being fake. The only way stop fake news is to punish those who spread it.



Please excuse my (probally) poor grammar