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Don't feed the Trolls

Dorset

Dorset

The Voice Of Reason
Founding Member
Oh no, there are racists on the internet - who knew? It's all over the news today that Marcus Rashford has been racially abused on social media, it was a big deal on Match of the Day. Why the fuck is such a big deal being made of feeding these trolls? It's what they want, I can imagine the disgusting little retards wetting their panties in excitement at being talked about all over the media.

There are 3.725 BILLION social media users, that is 3,725,000,000 (I think, I can't get my head round such big numbers),so of course there are some fucking retarded racists who will think it's funny and clever to racially abuse folks, or attack people for their religion, sexuality, gender, looks - whatever. Banging on and on and on about this minuscule minority gives them the air they breathe, just report the cunts and get them banned from the anti-social media platforms, ignore their moronic comments and move on.
 
Havocc

Havocc

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
If you stop teaching people they will grow up in the world facing unfair challenges due to the race Or gender. Then they stop blaming every failure on others and become responsible for their own actions.

if you stop highlighting when something different happens I.e. a women referees a men’s football match it will be treated with more normality.

if you censor everything and try to cancel the past. Then we will never start important conversations.

if you continue to allow social media to be anonymous, then this issues with trolls will never go away
 
Dave

Dave

Player in Training.
Oh no, there are racists on the internet - who knew? It's all over the news today that Marcus Rashford has been racially abused on social media, it was a big deal on Match of the Day. Why the fuck is such a big deal being made of feeding these trolls? It's what they want, I can imagine the disgusting little retards wetting their panties in excitement at being talked about all over the media.

There are 3.725 BILLION social media users, that is 3,725,000,000 (I think, I can't get my head round such big numbers),so of course there are some fucking retarded racists who will think it's funny and clever to racially abuse folks, or attack people for their religion, sexuality, gender, looks - whatever. Banging on and on and on about this minuscule minority gives them the air they breathe, just report the cunts and get them banned from the anti-social media platforms, ignore their moronic comments and move on.
It's one of those things that does need to be dealt with, but not advertised. They love all that. Unfortunately, there are small minded racist, sexist, arseholes out there who discriminate simply because their own lives are so empty and sad. They have no friends and no future. So they take it out on anybody they can, so they can, for a brief moment feel better about themselves. The mighty keyboard warriors of modern day society...the definition of the word "Coward".
 
J.spurs

J.spurs

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
If you stop teaching people they will grow up in the world facing unfair challenges due to the race Or gender. Then they stop blaming every failure on others and become responsible for their own actions.

if you stop highlighting when something different happens I.e. a women referees a men’s football match it will be treated with more normality.

if you censor everything and try to cancel the past. Then we will never start important conversations.

if you continue to allow social media to be anonymous, then this issues with trolls will never go away
People do, in fact, face unfair challenges due to their race and/or gender.
 
Havocc

Havocc

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
People do, in fact, face unfair challenges due to their race and/or gender.
Yes, we all do. We all face challenges, but if we blame everything on others all the time and not ourselves when we should. We will always find it easier to be the victim when we should be making better life decisions.

For example, when we miss out on a promotion. Do we blame prejudice and favouritism first, or look at the improvements we should be making.
 
J.spurs

J.spurs

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Yes, we all do. We all face challenges, but if we blame everything on others all the time and not ourselves when we should. We will always find it easier to be the victim when we should be making better life decisions.

For example, when we miss out on a promotion. Do we blame prejudice and favouritism first, or look at the improvements we should be making.
So just don't point out prejudice, and it will go away, then?
 
Havocc

Havocc

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
So just don't point out prejudice, and it will go away, then?
Point it out when it happens, don’t tell them it will be responsible for every bad thing that is going to happened and why their life will be harder than others (of the same and different race/gender)

we have girls growing up being told they live in a tyrannical patriarchy, we cannot tell jokes against certain demographics, old cartoons have warnings in front of them.

If I taught my daughter she will never be a CEO because men will always be ahead of her, it will completely destroy her chance of any successful relationships ( unless she ends up with a weak man). It will resolve her of any responsibility when things don’t go her way.

Teaching anyone that an certain ideology will control their life is damaging.
 
Dorset

Dorset

The Voice Of Reason
Founding Member
Yes, we all do. We all face challenges, but if we blame everything on others all the time and not ourselves when we should. We will always find it easier to be the victim when we should be making better life decisions.

For example, when we miss out on a promotion. Do we blame prejudice and favouritism first, or look at the improvements we should be making.



Point it out when it happens, don’t tell them it will be responsible for every bad thing that is going to happened and why their life will be harder than others (of the same and different race/gender)

we have girls growing up being told they live in a tyrannical patriarchy, we cannot tell jokes against certain demographics, old cartoons have warnings in front of them.

If I taught my daughter she will never be a CEO because men will always be ahead of her, it will completely destroy her chance of any successful relationships ( unless she ends up with a weak man). It will resolve her of any responsibility when things don’t go her way.

What the fuck are you talking about? Are you seriously suggesting that people who are victims of racism are blaming everything that goes wrong in their lives on that racism and they use that as an excuse for failure?

Telling girls they live in a tyrannical patriarchy is telling them the truth, pointing out why that is wrong and preparing them to fight against that seems sensible to me. Black people ARE victims of racism, they WILL have to fight that all their lives, they be denied promotion because of their colour, they will be discriminated against in nearly all aspects of their lives - so what fucking 'better life decisions' do you think they should make?

Maybe you think that parents of black children in the USA should not warn their children about running away from Police because they might be executed is wrong? Maybe you think they can make 'better life decisions' like not being black?

I am very glad we cannot tell jokes against 'certain demographics', do you pine for the good old days when you could be as racist, homophobic, sexist as you liked by covering that mental sickness in a blanket of humour? Maybe you haven't noticed that it is now the 21st Century, not good old 1970 where you could 'call a spade a spade'. Those days are gone and I am very glad. Do you think gay people found queer jokes funny, black people laughed their heads off at insulting sick 'humour' or N word jokes, Irish people though it so amusing to be labelled as thickos? How about kids with learning difficulties I expect they really enjoyed being victims of sick abuse that was just a 'bit of a laugh'.
 
Yid

Yid

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
You're all talking shit, shudup.

We should feed trolls, all the time...!

We should feed them human faeces and bullets through the back of their skulls...

Feed them up like fat kids...!

Consequences for your actions is the only way to solve the problem. Be those cyber infractions banning restricting Internet access as a punishment. Or real world consequences that give you a criminal record or fiscal punishment.
 
Don Diaz

Don Diaz

Zero tolerance of Numpty's
Founding Member
I suspect most people of this type of mentality hide behind their anonymity. Out them in their communities and put them to compulsory work in the Charity sector.
 
Yid

Yid

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
I suspect most people of this type of mentality hide behind their anonymity. Out them in their communities and put them to compulsory work in the Charity sector.
Of use their corpses as fertiliser... your call.
 
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