The Emerging Fetish of Laying Alien Eggs Inside Yourself by Antarchomachus in NotTheOnion

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"Fans say the sensation of mushy extraterrestrial ovum slopping out of them is a real treat."

What's religious make up of Saidit? by disidentHR in whatever

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👍this one seems to be working

Man, 45, arrested for sex with underage doll by Antarchomachus in NotTheOnion

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Child porn I would not defend, real children are harmed in making that. People that abuse children should be in prison. I personally have no interest in a child sex doll, but if my neighbor wants to fuck a piece of plastic in the privacy of his own home, and doesn't hurt anyone while doing it, it's really not any of my business. My interest isn't in protecting the paedos, its from protecting individuals from people like you who would criminalize people that haven't hurt anyone, just because they go against your moral values. People like you are why we have had things like alcohol prohibition, censorship and the like. Society doesn't get to criminalize immorality, they get to criminalize harmful behavior where there is an actual victim

Man, 45, arrested for sex with underage doll by Antarchomachus in NotTheOnion

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I don't want to fuck any children, you clearly don't know how to read

Why You Were Wrong About Ukraine and Will Be Again by jet199 in WorldPolitics

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But there wasn't an invasion...those regions literally defected themselves and did not want to be part of Ukraine

Man, 45, arrested for sex with underage doll by Antarchomachus in NotTheOnion

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Everyone who wants to fuck kids should be killed.

Yeah those thought criminals! How dare they think thoughts I don't approve of!

If dude wants to fuck a piece of plastic, I don't much care what that piece of plastic looks like, or whether or not you approve of it. There is no such thing as a 'thought crime' or 'pre-crime', reserve your death sentences for people who commit actual crimes

Anyone defending this guys should also face the death penalty because they're obviously paedophiles too.

Everyone who isn't a tyrant wants to fuck children? No I don't think so.

Do we as Christians really believe in murdering non-believers? by SlumSparrow in Christianity

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I don't know what you Christians believe, but I've read the New Testament, and Jesus Christ certainly would not have advocated for anything like this.

Women should not be allowed to vote by yabbit in women

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Voting is stupid, it just gives the majority the right to force their values onto everyone else. The majority is very very stupid, and they shouldn't be allowed to decide things they have no knowledge about. .

What's a religious make up of Saidit? by [deleted] in whatever

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I'm not sure its working, I voted, and it says there is 1 total vote, but it looks like you did it as well, so there should be at least 2

Man arrested for masturbating at beach claims he wasn't pleasuring himself because he 'can move his penis in ways that most men can't without touching it' by Antarchomachus in NotTheOnion

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Mr Chilsolm objected to the term 'masturbating' because he has a 'talent' for moving his penis 'without touching it'.

'He says he can move his penis sideways and up and down in ways that most men can't without touching it,' Mr Maley said, according to the NT News.

'It's something that he has a talent [for, that] he has developed over the years through regular use.'

The court heard a 38-year-old man saw what he was doing and told him to stop, before an argument broke out and police were called.

The witness said that no one should be made to feel uncomfortable on a beach, and explained that the teenagers did not consent to the self-gratification.

What's your job? by yabbit in AskSaidIt

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I operate a series of toilet spycams and stream them online

Karnataka: 'Wearing hijab is my right and you can't take it away' by Tiwaking in India

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Dr. Fauci wants me to wear a hijab too

What's the last interesting thing you spent 2+ hours reading about? by SlumSparrow in AskSaidIt

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Trying to figure out what kind of catgender I am

Dad orders 4-year-old to shoot at police at McDonald’s drive-thru, cops say by Antarchomachus in news

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Appreciate the reply, its not often I get a chance to discuss race without dogmatism and strong feelings making it difficult.

Nobody shits on Japan for wanted to remain Japanese.

I get this, and I think there is a very strong case to be made for homogeneity of people making governing smoother. My counter question has more to do with how we are defining an 'ethnic' group. A state of Japanese people, to me is analogous to a state of German people, or Irish people, this a real 'ethnic' group. However, I would say something like white-nationalism is more akin to a state of 'all asians'. There is not as much of a cultural, genetic, or historical 'sameness' here, and I would also say that an Asian Ethno-State that didn't discriminate between Japanese and Korean would sound very strange to me in the same why white nationalism does. I guess what I am saying is, I am not so sure how to define an 'ethnic group' in terms of this ideology, it seems less than clear to me precisely how to draw this distinction.

I don't want to live in a black neighborhood, hearing gun shots every day, not being able to go out at night, not being able to safely leave a gate. I've lived in some ghetto ass areas and I pay a lot not to now. Is that racist?

No, definitely not. In my mind it becomes racism only if you prefer a neighborhood of poor white criminals to wealthy law-abiding blacks. I wouldn't say there is anything 'wrong' with this, people can prefer whatever they like, but I think it be quite stupid, and would qualify as 'racism'. If racism stopped here, I wouldn't really have a problem with it, but when ideologies are centered around beliefs like this, they seem to become harmful in ways that transcend self-segregation.

Would you go down a dark alleyway with a black guy there, just to prove you're not racist? Would you mind if your wife or daughter did? What percentage, what threshold of potential harm satisfies racial sensitivity. Or is the smart thing just not to walk down a dark alleyway at night. I think we just need to accept that black people are more prone to violence and act accordingly and not condemn what's common sense out of concern for people's feelings.

Here I actually agree with you, it makes sense to apply a probabilistic heuristic in this case. I would certainly avoid the alley with unknown black man in it, and make sure my family did too.

Also completely agree that the racial sensitivity is at an outrageous level, and by no means would I want to endorse any sort of wokism. I personally think there is a line where racism and wokism both go too far. I admit I'm not exactly sure where the lines are myself, but I appreciate being able to converse with someone objectively about this

Dad orders 4-year-old to shoot at police at McDonald’s drive-thru, cops say by Antarchomachus in news

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No, I wouldn't deny that Blacks are over represented in crime statistics, and I realize that you cannot account for all of it with economics and police discrimination.

I also realize you are not a bigot, but bigots use this logic to project the assumption of criminality onto ALL black people. It is a probabilistic argument, a heuristic if you will. I worry about this leading to the thinking of the debatealtwhite types, where their idea of a perfect society is all white people, because they statistically have more desirable traits (by their selection criteria). But this completely misses the fact that if we actually selected for the desirable traits rather than using a heuristic, the optimal society would exclude some unworthy whites, and include some worthy blacks, meaning the optimal society isn't racially based at all. This use of race as a heuristic seems to me to completely miss the point.

Personally, I am not sure it is even possible to talk about race in a constructive way, but I rarely talk to anyone about this that is capable of objectivity on this issue, so I am curious as to what your thoughts are on this.

What's your personal philosophy? by yabbit in Ask

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I am an egoist anarchist. I hate the government, capitalism, and democracy (rule of the majority). Decentralize all the power structures and base society on arrangements that are completely voluntary, and free from coercion and domination.

Dad orders 4-year-old to shoot at police at McDonald’s drive-thru, cops say by Antarchomachus in news

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I suppose, but there are also many socieoeconomically disadvantaged black people who never do anything like this, so I'm not sure attributing this crime to 'blackness' is completely fair either

Dad orders 4-year-old to shoot at police at McDonald’s drive-thru, cops say by Antarchomachus in news

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I'm not sure I would want the 4 year old to be charged with a crime here.

The father should be charged, but I'm not sure what they will charge him with, this is a rather unusual crime

Are mental illnesses a scam by yabbit in whatever

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Most of them are. Depression, anxiety, ADD, these are not 'illnesses' so much as symptom of a rotten society that is inconsistent with the social needs human evolution has given us.

One Woman Killed, Five Others Injured in Mass Shooting Involving Portland Antifa by [deleted] in news

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No, actually it is a bunch of white guys. They claim to be anarchists that are against fascism, but they attack people peacefully protesting government vaccine mandates, and don't even understand how ironic that is. Just white liberal extremists, the lefts version of the proud boys basically

One Woman Killed, Five Others Injured in Mass Shooting Involving Portland Antifa by [deleted] in news

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It could be, I know this has happened, but Antifa is attracting weird extremists of their own these days.

They have attacked vaccine protesters several times, which is fucking hilarious. Antifascist anarchists against nonviolent protest of government overreach? They don't even believe in their own ideology, they are just extremists looking to justify bad behavior.

Seattle does away with its "racist" bike helmet law. Minorities were getting more citations for biking without a helmet, equity compelled action: the Board of Health repealed the bike helmet law, ensuring that they'll get head injuries instead. by Chipit in news

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To those on the right, it's only nannying when they don't want the government interfering with or keeping an eye on whatever it is they want to do.

You are absolutely correct, although I would say the left often does the same thing. The left tends to like protecting people from themselves, and the right tends like to enforcing morality. I am not particularly fond of either

Seattle does away with its "racist" bike helmet law. Minorities were getting more citations for biking without a helmet, equity compelled action: the Board of Health repealed the bike helmet law, ensuring that they'll get head injuries instead. by Chipit in news

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Ok, guilty, that was bad faith use of the word fascist.

I should have said tyrant.

I have gotten on people's case for using communist in a similar way. Honestly appreciate you calling me out on this, I should be better

Seattle does away with its "racist" bike helmet law. Minorities were getting more citations for biking without a helmet, equity compelled action: the Board of Health repealed the bike helmet law, ensuring that they'll get head injuries instead. by Chipit in news

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Yeah I think this is true about the left on many issues, but the right has their own nanny state ideas as well. People on the right are the only ones against recreational marijuana laws, that sounds like nannying to me as well. The evangelical right is always decrying all manner of immorality they want to enforce on others. If you think either one of these cabals cares about 'freedom' you are sorely mistaken

Seattle does away with its "racist" bike helmet law. Minorities were getting more citations for biking without a helmet, equity compelled action: the Board of Health repealed the bike helmet law, ensuring that they'll get head injuries instead. by Chipit in news

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America is about personal choice, isn't it? Or only when it comes to vaccines and actions that do not target minorities?

Well said

Seattle does away with its "racist" bike helmet law. Minorities were getting more citations for biking without a helmet, equity compelled action: the Board of Health repealed the bike helmet law, ensuring that they'll get head injuries instead. by Chipit in news

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Good, it's none of societies business if a person doesn't want to wear a helmet, and if you think otherwise you are a fascist. They can't hurt anyone but themselves.

Tennessee woman accused of "raping" at least 9 students; community shaken by allegations: report by Antarchomachus in news

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Oh the humanity!

Does anyone know why Tamara Lich was arrested? by kiwiheretic in politics

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Sounds exactly like the kind of vague non-sensical sounding charges I was expecting

Does anyone know why Tamara Lich was arrested? by kiwiheretic in politics

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Was wondering this as well, the news sources aren't giving the charges.

Is it a crime in Canada to organise a peaceful protest?

It is not normally, but it seems like Trudeau's emergency declaration may make it one?

Bill Gates says Covid risks have 'dramatically reduced' but another pandemic is coming by Touchngo in corruption

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Can someone explain to me why anyone should care about what Bill Gates has to say about anything?

They shouldn't, but the reason they do is the billions of dollars of research money he controls through BGMF and other entities

California High School Caves After Students Stage Walkout Over Mask Mandate by Drewski in pushback

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Wow, amazing to see this from today's hyperwoke kids in hyperwoke California.

California High School Caves After Students Stage Walkout Over Mask Mandate by Drewski in pushback

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You are absolutely right. Oakland school district can't even enforce Gavin's vaccine mandate because 1/3 of their students are unvaxxed, and they would literally have to shut down from lack of funding.

Cop Downloads Child Porn onto His Phone, Shares it at Dept. Meeting as Fellow Cops 'Laugh and Joke' by Drewski in PoliceMisconduct

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Wtf

Louisville Jewish politician traumatized again by the release of his assailant by AXXA in news

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lol, it appears you did not read the article.

Yep, only briefly skimmed it to see what he was charged with the first time.

Brown, the suspect in the shooting of Louisville mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg, posted his $100,000 bail on Wednesday thanks to the Louisville chapter of BLM.

Damn...BLM is really shooting themselves in the foot lately

Anti-democracy fascists in Canada's House of Commons repeatedly demanding apologies for Trudeau appropriately calling them Nazi supporters by [deleted] in politics

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All three responses from you are forms of whataboutism and forms of attack, rather than points of discussion

Your entire post is a whataboutism. You are clearly sealioning, as I know you aren't stupid enough not to see how absurd these arguments are

NYPD Proudly Poses With Seized Diapers, Baby Shampoo by Antarchomachus in PoliceMisconduct

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You are absolutely right about that its organized groups stealing this shit and reselling it. I gotta say it was a pretty idiotic move to proudly post this seizure on social media though.

Man arrested for having sex with goat ‘in broad daylight’ by Antarchomachus in NotTheOnion

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Lmaoo, thanks Canbot, I laughed even harder at this than the headline

Louisville Jewish politician traumatized again by the release of his assailant by AXXA in news

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This isn't what the Democrats sold us, but I keep seeing it. They said they were going to stop bail for petty non-violent drug offenses, not release people accused of violent crimes

Anti-democracy fascists in Canada's House of Commons repeatedly demanding apologies for Trudeau appropriately calling them Nazi supporters by [deleted] in politics

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This is ridiculous socks. This is the same broad stroke painting that racists do. Saying vaccine mandate protesters are white supremacists, and anyone who supports them is a neo-nazi, is no different than saying Black people are stupid, or Jews are greedy.

do not believe they can be criticized for supporting hate groups.

No, Jews can be criticized for supporting hate groups, but its insane to accuse them of supporting anti-Jewish hate groups. These two individual Jews support protesting vaccine mandates.

Anti-democracy fascists in Canada's House of Commons repeatedly demanding apologies for Trudeau appropriately calling them Nazi supporters by [deleted] in politics

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Uh.. socks you know he called a couple Jewish people Nazi supporters right?

Russia opens investigation against Nike for using exclusively non-White models to advertise its wares (in Russia). by JuliusCaesar225 in debatealtright

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Doesn't seem like a winning business strategy in Russia

Louisiana teacher pleads guilty to lacing students' cupcakes with ex-husband's sperm, other child sex crimes by [deleted] in news

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A little extra protein is good for growing children

Did Hitler ever invoke emergency powers? by kiwiheretic in history

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Looked up the history of this particular arrangement, it goes back a long ways.

"The need for powers that exceed ordinary limits emerged along with the concept of limited republican, or constitutional, government in ancient Rome. When confronted with a direct threat to the constitutional system itself, the Roman Senate could decide to appoint a dictator for a period of no more than six months. During that time, however, the dictator exercised unrestrained power, limited only by that individual’s own commitment to the republic itself."

This provision was revived in the modern era first by Niccolò Machiavelli, who defended the assignment of extraordinary power to a ruler to make it possible to save a society as well as its political institutions.

The conviction that a constitutional system required the ability to cope with unexpected and immediate threats was embraced by John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau.

This practice was particularly essential in the constitution of Weimar Germany, which came into effect after World War I. The emergency provisions in the Weimar constitution were invoked more than 200 times, initially to combat violent insurrection and direct threats to the maintenance of the constitutional system itself. In the early 1930s, however, these provisions were invoked with increasing frequency to combat a wide range of social and domestic problems, including economic failure. Although these provisions probably allowed Weimar Germany to survive, ultimately, these provisions also allowed Adolf Hitler to seize and consolidate his power, formally exercising the constitution’s emergency powers as chancellor in 1933. Hitler’s exercise of power found intellectual support in the writing of the jurist Carl Schmitt, who insisted that no constitution can possibly provide for all contingencies and that the executive must be able to act beyond the limits of ordinary law if liberal democracy itself is to survive.

https://www.britannica.com/topic/emergency-powers

Thank god Twitter is finally putting a stop to malicious disinformation against billion dollar corporations. Good thing the economy is a system that is so well understood that we can just know for sure what is or isn’t the root cause of “soaring” US inflation. by Chipit in censorship

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Thing is, we do know what caused the inflation, and it isn't the corporations, even if they are taking advantage of it.

The supply chain problems reduced the supply of goods, and then Biden flushed the economy with borrowed cash increasing the demand for goods that were already scarce, causing prices to spike. This is Macroeconomics 101. These corporations simply take advantage of the already existing inflation to increase profit, they can't cause it on their own without a supply chain crisis and irresponsible cash printing

Did Hitler ever invoke emergency powers? by kiwiheretic in history

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I think after the burning of the Reichstag (The national congress building in Germany) he invoked the emergency powers that basically made him dictator for life.

Interesting, but I guess not surprising that the legacy of using 'Emergency Powers' for tyrannical purposes goes back this far.

New to saidit by kiwiheretic in SaidIt

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The pyramid rules are almost never enforced. You will see people engage in ad hominem and name calling all the time. You would really have to be intentionally looking to cause trouble to get banned for something like this, and that doesn't appear to be your motivation. I wouldn't worry too much about this

New to saidit by kiwiheretic in SaidIt

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Yeah you should be fine here. You won't be banned for asking questions or having controversial opinions. Don't threaten anyone with violence, try to sell anything illegal, or post pornography and you should be fine. There are some other rules, but they are vague and not really enforced unless you are outrageously out of line

Bob Saget's family try to stop details about his death made public by Antarchomachus in news

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Have had similar suspicions about this