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  1. Forum:Circlejerk

    Thread:DJarJar

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    ►►Re: DJarJar◄◄

    AT YOUR SERVICE, MY QUEEN
  2. Forum:General Discussion

    Thread:april fools idea

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    ►►Re: april fools idea◄◄

    Quote Originally Posted by FrankZappa View Post
    clear the entire ban list
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

    Rest in piss, bozo!!
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    ►►Re: Discourse on Inequality◄◄

    Quote Originally Posted by Stealthbomber16 View Post
    Why don't you be inequal to some bitches?
    For once, I actually agree with this islamophobe who wanted to bomb innoncent Muslim mosques.
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    ►►Re: Top 10 thinkers◄◄

    Quote Originally Posted by Oberon View Post
    Jordan Peterson
    Easiest way to tell everyone you have no credibility.

    Jordan Peterson is a tough academic who crushes their debate opposition that young, disenfranchised males look up to because they have no control in their lives. The world needs less of him and more better thinkers who have time to fix bigger challenges than bullying trans people because of their inherent biological gender.
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    ►►Re: Top 10 thinkers◄◄

    Aristotle
    Kant
    Sun Tze
    John Locke
    Adam Smith
    Rene Descartes
    Leonardo da Vinci
    Nikola Tesla
    Karl Marx
    John Stuart Mill
    Charles Darwin
    Hippocrates
    Alexander Fleming
    Fritz Haber and Carl Bosch
    Johann Friedrich Miescher
    Zacharias Janssen
  6. ►►Re: Russo-Ukrainian War. [From a pro-Putin perspective]◄◄

    Pro-Kremlin Russians and their sympathizers are better at whataboutism than my now ex-wife when I caught her cheating and spin-offs than the MCU.

    Those things were all failures, but it doesn't change how countries are trying to make things right now. If we were supposed to be consistent with failing, then we'd be letting Russia have their ways with Ukraine and other nearby countries he wants to add to his Slavic empire. What, is this guy suggesting that it's OK for Russia to invade Ukraine because the US invaded Iraq under false pretenses? That's absolutely ridiculous! Two wrongs never make a right.

    Putin should be respecting Ukrainian people's democratic will and self-determination. Instead, he made up a fake reason to invade and now can't handle the blowback when everyone warned him not to do so. Play stupid games and win stupid prizes.

    If anti-Kremlin Russians want to help, they can do other shit that doesn't involve them getting arrested like boycotting oligarch-owned businesses and donating whatever 20% foreign currencies they're allowed to have now to external causes to help Ukrainians just like the rest of us. But instead they're being more beta than I was in college talking about how they're powerless after watching their own get jailed for protesting without trying anything else.
  7. Forum:General Discussion

    Thread:you guys are idiots

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    Sorry, but this is by far the worst attempt of trolling I've seen in my history of using the internet.
  8. Forum:Circlejerk

    Thread:Favorite computer language

    Thread Author:OzyWho

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    My favourite computer languages are C++ and Python. I got A+ in those courses back in college. My least favourite computer language course was Machine Communication 305, which I barely passed and regret because the communication I have with my wife right now is not very good.
  9. Forum:Circlejerk

    Thread:I'm Being Censored

    Thread Author:HentaiManOfPeace

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    ►►Re: I'm Being Censored◄◄

    After years of masturbating, including in the afterlife here, I've found the best way is to grab a tissue. Then fold it multiple times until it's tight. Then rip a slit through it with a knife or your fingers if you don't have time to grab one. Slit in the opposite direction to create an X. Then go to town on it, pretending it was one of your few ex-GFs who hurt you badly and whom you just want back. Or pretending it's the asshole of the man who complimented you on your sharp thinking skills in a college group project 15 years ago and you were slightly excited and curious because you were still discovering yourself. Either way, you have deep regrets and just like how they've hurt you, you can throw away the issue after you're done with it just like how you wanted to all those years ago.

    You can also buy a cock sleeve or fleshlight too, but I find those quite high in maintenance: washing, rinsing, and powdering. By the time I beat my meat, I'm already ready to hit the hay.
  10. Forum:General Discussion

    Thread:Framing Narratives

    Thread Author:Helz

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    The majority of people need to stop watching the news, get off the internet, and just enjoy life.

    For the most part, if you get to know your neighbours and co-workers a bit more and look past their political affiliations, you'll find that they're decent people that you can have a beer with and even invite them to your BBQs.

    The problem is the internet, specifically social media, that is driving this vitriol and hate towards one another because suddenly a bunch of uninformed people and armchair experts suddenly have access to a giant megaphone for everyone to hear. And the problem has gotten worse in recent years because traditional media has amplified these people's messages by quoting social media for cheap reactions all in order to save on production costs (but that's another story for another time).

    Naturally, it's absolutely entertaining watching Americans, and everyone else learning from Americans, tear each other apart with the advent of the social media. Everything is so hyper-politicized these days that even shit like CRT, which has traditionally only been taught in law schools, is making rounds in the public social media consciousness - this forum dedicated to a niche minigame included.

    I strongly believe that people, who are not experts in the field they're talking about, need to focus on shutting the fuck up and just let the experts do the talking. To think otherwise is a dangerous mixture of arrogance, narcissism, and consequential dangers. The only way societies are going to survive this tsunami of culture wars will unfortunately be time over generations. People and their old ideas will have to die out so that the new ideas will take over. The alternative will be a totalitarian government.
  11. Forum:Circlejerk

    Thread:I'm Being Censored

    Thread Author:HentaiManOfPeace

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helz View Post
    When I was a teenager breaking into cars I understood something very basic. People see what they expect to see. So I dressed up as a church boy wearing kakis and a polo wearing a Jesus cross when I went out to rob peoples cars. It got me out of some shit.

    I think you could consider your name and avatar while you look at bias against you. You have presented yourself in a pretty socially offensive way which probably means people will assume the worst in your posts and see you as a troll as opposed to a genuine member. That just draws from human nature.

    But I think these words are waisted because I think your trolling with them and you know exactly what your doing.
    Which begs the question- Am I censoring you by saying so because I dislike your justified beliefs, am I falling to the fallacy that comes with assumptions from people presenting themselves as a troll, or do I have some bias against you that justifies you presenting yourself as a victim?
    No Necroing Threads
    If you post in a thread whose last post has been at least 2 weeks ago, you must be adding something relevant to the discussion. Otherwise you will be infracted.

    Possible Infractions: Board Rules Violation - 2 points, Being an Asshat - 4 points

    https://www.sc2mafia.com/forum/showt...l=1#post341944
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  12. Forum:Site Discussion

    Thread:Retirement

    Thread Author:Voss

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    ►►Re: Retirement◄◄

    Quote Originally Posted by theoneceko View Post
    uwu
    idk u. but, GOOD RIRDDANCE LMAO!!!!
    ​​​     
  13. ►►Re: Bitcoin is fucking dumb and useless◄◄

    Quote Originally Posted by oops_ur_dead View Post
    NFTs are also fucking stupid btw, actually they're even worse than bitcoin and anyone who is unironically into NFTs is a massive GOOF and they are GOOFY as fuck.

    I am honestly considering starting an NFT-based grift because I think people who are so GOOFY that they believe that NFTs are good deserve to get scammed for all their money.
    To answer your thread, the people who buy into it are the people who want it to succeed. So the only people you'll find vouching for this stuff are going to be the BTC and altcoin owners. This is no different than owning super expensive artwork. If you hype up the work of a dead artist's work that you own a lot of already, then when you sell you will gain incredible wealth. This is no different.

    Originally, the purpose of this coin was to be run on home PCs so that anyone can own the decentralized currency, especially in places of political volatility. But the bitcoin creators didn't have the foresight to: (1) create the proof-of-stake model first to avoid the wastefulness of cryto solving by high energy intensive ASICs and GPUs, and (2) see that big mining farms and big corporations were going to exploit it for more financial gain.

    By the way, I have to mention how disgusting your language is. This is very offensive to Canadians when you use the G-word.
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    ►►Re: Purpose of neopronouns?◄◄

    BRUH y u talking to urself?

    Honestly, I think this pronoun stuff is overblown. Trans people deserve to be treated equally as everyone else (to prevent them from mental illnesses and putting them at risk of substance addiction in the future), but this pronoun culture being adopted everywhere is over-represented and creates a superficial environment. I don't see why 80% of society has to adapt to the vocal minorities of the < 1%; same mentaliy applies to all social issues.

    I don't remember trans people asking everyone to set pronouns on their internet handles and white knighting these minorities that aren't even asking for this kind of help. No different from Kony2012, the Paris flag filters during the Paris attacks, or local landmarks changing their RGB lighting in some foreign countries whenever tragedy happens. It's all pointless virtue signalling. There are better ways to help these people like volunteer counseling and monetary donations to grassroots organizations and research that specifically aid these people.
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    ►►Re: How can one be against philosophy◄◄

    Quote Originally Posted by Marshmallow Marshall View Post
    Oh, so that is your theme song then

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BDC4j_wCu4 for those who can't click the red box
    Great suggestion. Let me refuse to do work if it's unethical and the company will terminate me without cause and hire another guy or gal to replace me. Big thumbs up to your big brain.

    https://c.tenor.com/uBcbvnuP3K0AAAAC...chty-drake.gif
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    ►►Re: How can one be against philosophy◄◄

    Quote Originally Posted by Marshmallow Marshall View Post
    Well obviously, philosophy isn't exactly useful for technical matters. But when it comes to "should we build this thing here considering the impacts on the environment, on people around, etc.?", it's needed. It's also a good idea to think about stuff like, you know... the goal you are pursuing in life.
    That's not my job, that's the business execs and lawyers' problems to deal with.

    Mental gymnastics can be fun training and sometimes food for thought for more serious attempts to think about something, so I wouldn't even say that's cringe (unless you are actually just boasting your amazing intellectual skills without actually thinking, in which case it's pointless lol, but that isn't so common).

    As for the definition of evil, it's pretty important if you want to live a good life, to avoid evil and to manage it around you, so... nope
    Right, asking the hard hitting philosophical questions like if debating if Hitler was truly evil and shining a spotlight on some more unruly community members you have like Paopan, an antisemite.

    Tune in next week on SC2 Mafia Philosophy Serious Debate & Discussion where we ask more life-changing questions and moral dilemmas of similar nature like:

    1. Should the government be given the rights to force people to take the COVID-19 vaccine?
    2. Should people prioritize profits over the environment?
    3. Who has more worth: fat or old people?
    4. Is bottled water better and safer than tap?
    5. Were the old days better than now?
    6. How come the primarily American admins are so proficient at making Canadians like HMOP feel uncomfortable by enabling the use of the g-word slur and "toxic" infractions like calling people "damn donut", but do a non-vigilante job of moderating n-word slurs in SC2 Mafia Arcade player reports that are more disgusting and more offensive in their own country? Talk about priorities.
    7. Is keto the most effective diets for losing weight?
    8. Does moving your pp back and forth using your hand until milk comes out before marriage prevent you from entering heaven?
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    Quote Originally Posted by oops_ur_dead View Post
    Arguing if Hitler was evil because of the philosophical definition of "evil" is cringe as fuck and a massive waste of time.
    PREACH, BROTHA/SISTA

    Seriously, big fucking waste of time. It's fucking astrology for people who want to think they're smart. Almost as bad as those Myers-Briggs people who advertise their 4 letter characters as if 7.5 billion people can be organized into 16 neat personalities.
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    Work as an engineer. Never used philosophy in my entire life to build infrastructure or delivery water or energy to your house. Your philosophy is only useful for pseudo-intellectuals who love to overanalyze things and boost your egos.
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    ►►Re: Who was the most evil person?◄◄

    Quote Originally Posted by aamirus View Post
    i'm bridging to a government leader, who essentially volunteers to put themselves in many repeated trolly-ish scenarios. If, given all the info I have, I genuinely believe my choice will harm the fewest number of people, am I evil? Even if in later hindsight you can see that a different choice would have harmed fewer?
    Then just ask about government leaders directly instead of all this philosophical nonsense.

    If a government leader gets off of causing suffering of people, whether they're in the majority or minority, then they're evil. Again, you need to incorporate the main ethical viewpoints (utilitarianism, Aristotle, Kant, etc.), along others, and come to a holistic ethical solution that seems to be the best among the other options. And even then, the sole onus on one politician being evil shouldn't be the case if you have a proper democracy with several checks and balances to ensure the executive branch does not control the legislative and judicial branches and their respective quasi-legislative / quasi-judicial committees and counterparts. If they do, you're in a totalitarian government and then you could make the case for the leader calling the shots to be evil.

    Let's say theoretically that Nazi Germany did come out of their hyperinflated economy from seizing 20% of the country's wealth and genociding 1% of their population for being Jewish. Even though the majority of Aryans are quite happy with this policy, it comes at the great expense of the others through marginalization and war crimes that makes committing to this action evil. That is why you don't straight into violence and genocide. Instead, simply tax everyone making significantly more income higher like any sane politician would do today.

    And no, you cannot be faulted for making the best decision at the time even if it turned out to be wrong years later. However, if you deliberately ignore valid and legitimate info that would lead to a better scenario, then there lies some fault there in your reasoning and your inability to come to the best decision you can make.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aamirus View Post
    Ok, what if you volunteered to be the person standing at the lever? You still didn't put the people on the tracks or start the trolley but you chose to be the decision maker. Still not evil as long as you always kill the smaller number of people?
    Why the fuck would you volunteer to stand at the lever? What - is this like an office potluck party or some shit? "Oh, Dale said he'd bring in chicken pot pie, Ahmed for shawarmas, and Samantha will make cheesecake! Lastly, Cindy volunteered to be the person who decides the lives of the best cook or the remaining subpar cooks!"

    If you were forced against your will, the onus of evil is the person who created the scenario in the first place. Go watch Squid Game if you haven't already; this is the exact same scenario the main character finds himself in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aamirus View Post
    Trolley problem
    This is an easy problem. Save the most lives always even if that 1 or 10 people you kill are your family and friends.

    There's also options C and D, which is to divert the track so that 1 or 10 people die and either:
    • Option C: kill yourself as atonement for having to make this choice. So I'd flick the switch and lay down with the other or 9 other people to be killed. If this cannot be physically done, I'd kill myself afterwards.
    • Option D: survive and fulfill on the wishes of the person(s) who did die so that you will earn their posthumous forgiveness and to find salvation for one's self.


    In such a scenario, I'd go with Option C or D depending on the guilt of this action and based on the wishes of the victims' surviving family (or friends) who knew them best.

    If you were forced in such a scenario, you would not be evil because again you have no intention to kill these people originally.

    Again, this same logic applies to the Hitler-Mao-Stalin order. Mao didn't want to cause a famine and kill his people, but unfortunately he stopped it too late - 1959-1961 were some of the worst famines (not to mention the 550k people who disagreed with him about this plan that he ordered killed) and that's what makes him evil. Because he didn't feel immediate remorse or the need to correct his mistakes quickly in pursuit of his grander plan and prolonging this suffering.

    Stalin is lower than Mao for lower deaths, but similar situation based on the ambiguity of reception. However, he tried to stop journalists and other foreign powers from discovering this famine and rejected foreign food aid. Again, trying to pursue his plans of industrialization at the cost of human suffering and lives makes him evil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HentaiManOfPeacesGhost View Post
    You do realize Hamas launched rockets at Israel first? Every year since 2006? And that these activities are sanctioned by Gaza's government because they're ruled by Hamas? I don't see anything wrong with retaliation in self-defence, though there are probably better diplomatic ways to go about this conflict. But again, I'm not an expert and it seems you need to have a team of democratically elected politicians, academic experts, and the best diplomats in the world to solve this conflict.

    Yeah, because India and Bangalesh didn't have kill-on-sight border rules. Or have a border 1.8x longer separated by a literal desert between the two for your example of Egypt and Sudan.
    LOL VOSS: "removed toxic speech"

    I can't tell conservative snowflake extremists they have a shitty opinion or that they're a damn donut? This is tame shit compared to what the volatile leftists and even the original vets (if they were alive) would use for a Hitler sympathizer. Yet you guys clearly use "goofy" all the time here to rouse anti-Canadianisms against me?

    Quote Originally Posted by aamirus View Post
    A full-grown adult presses a button, having no clue what the button does. The button push causes millions of people to die. Is this person evil?
    No because you cannot be faulted for something you did NOT intend to do! Have we lost our minds and lost sense of what an "accident" is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NotPaopan View Post
    Yeah sure, blame the British. India & Bangladesh OR Egypt & Sudan borders caused a lot of confusion because of the British. But they didn't grab lands and shoot rockets to each other like those land-grabbers backed by the US Iron Dome.
    You do realize Hamas launched rockets at Israel first? Every year since 2006? And that these activities are sanctioned by Gaza's government because they're ruled by Hamas? I don't see anything wrong with retaliation in self-defence, though there are probably better diplomatic ways to go about this conflict. But again, I'm not an expert and it seems you need to have a team of democratically elected politicians, academic experts, and the best diplomats in the world to solve this conflict.

    Yeah, because India and Bangalesh didn't have kill-on-sight border rules. Or have a border 1.8x longer separated by a literal desert between the two for your example of Egypt and Sudan.
  24. ►►Re: What if every team was named after the most abundantly populated animal in their geographical ar◄◄

    You know what would be a better idea? Naming teams based on that cities' most searched keyword on PornHub.

    NSFW: https://cs.phncdn.com/insights-stati...e-searches.png

    AL EAST

    Tampa Bay Trumpers (Trump #1)

    Boston Students (College)

    New York Footjobbers (Footjob #1)

    Toronto Lesbians

    Baltimore Backshots (Cumbacks)

    AL CENTRAL

    Chicago THOTs

    Cleveland Cougars (Cougars #1)

    Detroit Facesitters (Facesitting)

    Kansas City Chubbies (Chubby)

    Minnesota POVs

    AL WEST

    Houston Sexmex (Sexmex #1)

    Seattle DPers (Double Penetration)

    Oakland Swaggers (Swag #1)

    Los Angeles Hatefuckers (Swag #2)

    Texas Latina Princesses (Sexmex #2)

    NL EAST

    Atlanta Ticklers (Tickling)

    Philadelphia Fat Asses (Fat Ass #1)

    New York Feet Appreciators (Footjob #2)

    Miami Trumpers (Trump #2)

    Washington Voters

    NL CENTRAL

    Milwaukee Bondages

    St. Louis Unplanned Parents (Accidental Creampie)

    Cincinnati Cougars (Cougars #2)

    Chicago THOTs

    Pittsburgh Big Booties (Fat Ass #2)

    NL WEST

    San Francisco Brutal Lovers (Swag #3)

    Los Angeles Roughriders (Swag #4)

    San Diego Conquistadors (Swag #5)

    Colorado Anus Lovers (Tushy)

    Arizona Navajos
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loldebite View Post
    Wait, let me read that again.
    unwarranted : not having a good reason and therefore annoying or unfair
    Okay, what the fuck ?
    LMAO, what a piece of fucking work. 20-30 yo Chinese man living in a Western country enjoying Japanese power rape fantasy cartoons and justifying antisemitism through current events of a very complex geopolitical situation in the Middle East originally caused by British border divides. You quenched from that 4chan /pol/ kool-aid, Paopan?

    I find it hilarious that if you read the literature, 1% of the German population were Jewish and they had a high-range estimated wealth of 1.6% of the entire country. Real fucking smart on Hitler's behalf, even though he campaigned hard as fuck to scapegoat them. You do realize most of his policies for the nation were good because he privatized many of their national companies, high investment in public infrastructure, and stopped paying their burdenous reparations, right?

    Again, I have to give admins credit here again for deleting such disgusting vitriol and nonsense. You should be ashamed of yourself, Paopan.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marshmallow Marshall View Post
    According to Hitler, the "inferior races" were not innocent, though. The part about the Jews is an obvious counterexample. Past that, correct me if I'm wrong (and I well may be), but the "inferiors" were "corrupting" mankind and causing its downfall, being a nuisance to the naturally "better" people. That + something about strong defeating the weak being natural perhaps? It seems accurate to say that to him, being anything but good-willed towards non-Aryans was not evil, because those people were not worthy of any good will, just like how insects that are a nuisance to agriculture do not seem worthy of good will to us. Now yes, that is a terribly torn and horrible mindset, but it's one many people adopted...

    So again, it brings us back to the definition of evil. Evil against who? All living beings? Human beings? Conscious beings, which may include more than just human beings?
    Yeah, and he was wrong from an ethical standpoint. It doesn't matter if what Hitler believed (or convinced himself through self-reinforcement), it violates Aristotelian ethics. That is that people should strive to achieve a virtuous character. Again, any sort of benefits their society benefited from (1.6% of the country's Jewish wealth) is completely negated or grossly overcompensated by the horrific war crimes and acts they performed on this vulnerable population based solely on genetics - something in most cases NO ONE has any control over.

    Also, sorry if you felt like I was attacking you, that was not my intention. I'm just pointing out that you're taking your own definition for granted, and it is not proven in any way that your definition is the right one. Defining evil is a hard task, so it's perfectly fine not to have a perfect definition lol. To further my point against your definition: what if a child who has no idea what he's doing presses a button that launches 1000 nuclear warheads towards big cities (assuming such a button exists, which it probably doesn't)? The severity of the action and of the consequences is huge, but would you call that evil? Or does the intent totally nullify the evil in this case? If it does, then what about Hitler if we assume he was 100 % good-willed?
    You guys are overthinking this bullshit and that's why this topic is taking so long and hard to discuss. It's also not helped by other trolls and devil's advocates. This definition is based on my ethics class of theoretical and tacit knowledge considering the ethics of utilitarianism, Aristotle ethics, Kant's ethics, good will (intention), impact, and fairness. You're welcome to create your own criteria for measuring evilness if you think there's a better one out there. But I am confident in my criteria.

    A child is developing their identity and their viewpoints of life. Therefore, until they're in their late teens (16-17), I'd discount whatever things they say or actions they take because they're not fully conscious of their actions. In your example, a child that launches 1000 nuclear warheads, while causing massive damage and casualties, therefore cannot be held responsible to the same degree a fully developed adult. Yeah, throw them in juvie or rehab to reform them into proper citizens, but no they would not be considered evil to me unless they were like 16-17 and they were completely aware of the consequences of their actions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshmallow Marshall View Post
    This is eluding the necessary question of the definition of evil, though. In the Stalin part, you seem to be giving a lot of importance to intent, but you also put Hitler as the worst without addressing the absolutely possible reality of him being good-willed. And what about the serial killer killing for "pleasure" that was mentioned earlier in the thread?
    No, it doesn't because I already defined earlier that evil is based on action severity, consequence severity, intention, and remorse.

    Your inherent assumption is that Hitler was good-willed, but that was for German Aryans only. The measure of good will should be looked at from a whole to ensure that those intentions are holistically good-willed. Does his Aryan utopia justifiably achieved through the extermination of an entire race that is innocent counteract each other? No, it doesn't!

    What about serial killers? A serial killer, although they've killed dozens of people and defiled their bodies (order doesn't matter), their consequence severity doesn't come close to causing millions of deaths. And even then, a sociopathic serial killer is slightly better than a psychopathic killer because a psychopathic killer is aware that what they're doing is wrong, but choose to do it anyway whereas sociopathic serial killers do not understand that feeling.

    You know, for an admin obsessed with returning to the main topic, you sure have missed a lot of the good points I've already discussed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshmallow Marshall View Post
    This thread was once great and got derailed by posts that half-relate to the concept of "evil" but that are incredibly incoherent. Can you please reply to the thread's topic guys lol
    No one has put forward any sort of response to my definitive answer to this thread so far.

    Hitler is the most evil because his passionate hate led to directly bullying, seizing private property, enslavement, famine, torture, and mass killings.

    Mao is next because his kill count is the greatest even though killing the sparrows had good intentions (they were suspected of eating their grains and fruits; Mao wanted to maximize agricultural yields for his agrarian utopia), the unintentional byproduct was a mass famine.

    Stalin is last and could be moved to #2 if it's been proven the Holodomor was intentional. However, because of its ambiguity, can only assume it was unintentional and therefore this is why he's #3 because less people died in the Holodomor compared to the disastrous policies and later the culling of Mao's Cultural Revolution.

    And no, I don't think it's fair to say that dumb saying where hate is another form of love and is better than indifference. I'd rather be with my family and starve together than be forcefully separated, never learning of what happened to them, working 16 hours of hard labour a day, and slowly succumb to death by exhaustion and hunger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NotPaopan View Post
    Iz all in the past
    Tell all your friends and co-workers you like that show for a one-way trip to social suicide.

    I like how many troll answers there are in this thread, but only Helz harassed me about posting something serious to contribute here. Another sign of biasedness against yours truly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rumox View Post
    Nah what the fuck start a "Does 1+1=2?" thread right now we are debating.
    I read this in my head like seven times and I'm convinced you're having a stroke.

    People start this 1+1=2 bullshit when they're 100% convinced they're right and apply a fucking kindergarten math equation to a sociologically complex issue as if they're Einsteins of that field. It's fucking ridiculous because anyone who's completed a proper post-secondary education knows how complicated the world is and the dangers of oversimplifying views and analyses to supergeneralize conclusions to major issues.

    That being said, the admins should definitely move to SUPPORT topics instead of HIJACKING other people's threads. For example, I've created many threads on wanting to ban ZZOrange, but I repeatedly got ask how stuff like eugenics was related and got my topics locked. A moderator's job is to facilitate discussion, not keep discussions limited to only the OP and lock threads whenever they don't like the direction it's going in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NotPaopan View Post
    I mean...
    "Redo of healer" is the best selling Anime Blu-ray in Germany.

    And there's going to be a SEASON 2!!!

    If you haven't heard about it. Watch the first 2 episodes of it. It's an Anime.

    Personally, it's disturbing, at the same time it is entertaining and relieving. The plot is also good.
    This 20 or 30 yo Chinese man enjoys a power sex fantasy of rape and revenge of a Japanese cartoon whose ancestors did the same thing to his great-uncle and aunts.

    CRINGE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Exeter350 View Post
    Your evaluation is based on modern ethics. However, the morality and thought process at the time may have been different.

    Slavery - Slave rebellions were a problem for Ancient Rome and other civilizations, and slavery-related issues continues to be a concern up to this day, so I think we can safely say slavery is an evil act.

    Treatment of women - This may have been a "fact of life" at the time, rather than any intentional ill-will. How about husbands who treat their wives well even though they see their wives as property (i.e. similar to a dog owner treating his dog well)? Keep in mind the norm at the time - the idea of gender equality probably never crossed their minds. These husbands were as good intentioned as the times allowed, are they still evil?

    Religious persecution - The Crusaders and Jihadists believed they were fighting for righteous causes.

    Pre-marital sex, Revealing clothing, Nudity, Divorce - We say that it is OK now, but in the past people were more conservative and uptight about it. Can we say they were objectively wrong?

    Tribes who kill on sight - The tribe I linked lives in voluntary isolation and have a history of defending their isolation by force. They killed a trespassing Christian missionary in 2018 who meant no harm. However, I don't see this is necessarily evil. The tribe, living in isolation, do not subscribe to modern ethics as we do.

    Cannibals - We find it repulsive, but they don't, and I don't think disease is a good metric for morality in this case. If they don't eat infected human brains, does that mean cannibalism's OK?
    Yes of course it's based on modern ethics because Helz is asking about who is the most evil in human history. Moral relativism, which you're advocating for, should not apply here when we are discussing what or who is the most evilest of them all because if it did, then almost none of those things you mentioned were evil at the time. Plus, I don't even know how we got from brutal dictatorships to small minor stuff like divorces and nudity.

    Women were born equally as men regardless of how objectified they were in the past. It takes two to tango - a man and woman both had to work together to create other people that has led to modern civilization today. Men should be frequently awared that they came from their mothers' vaginas and the burden it took on their mind and bodies. Yeah, if men pressured women to be homemakers and stuff back then, that was a product of their time and therefore not clearly evil. But if there involved any verbally and physically abusing, manipulation, gaslighting, etc. their wives into always getting their way are acts of evil.

    Religious persecution - they're BOTH evil. Both religions condemn violence, so I don't see why these extremists get a free pass. There is never a good justification for war and violence in almost any scenario unless it's to avoid even more bloodshed than had war not been declared.

    Pre-marital sex, Revealing clothing, Nudity, Divorce - yes. This is all linked to the rise of feminism. Giving women more choices on how to live their lives is ultimately a moral and alturistic good even though social conservatives will wag their fingers at them. Throughout mankind, even until modern times, men have been celebrated if they had multiple partners or slept around a lot. Yet if women are supposed to be treated as equals, why are they not celebrated for sleeping around a lot, even though this lifestyle for both genders both contribute to the plague and stigmas of STIs?

    Regarding nudity, men have primarily dominated positions of high power and thus, had their sexual fantasy wills imposed on women. They were encouraged to dress in more provocative clothing, but had no say. This is why music videos produced by women with skimpy clothing and nudity is empowerment for them because women now have the choice to make this decision for themselves.

    Again, I've already touched on divorce. They're not bad things, they're good because now women can leave unhappy marriages that could've caused more harm than if they stayed in them. Giving women the power to leave a relationship they regret is not evil. And as long as men can also obtain similar privileges, then it's also equal though there are many biases against men regarding equal guardianship of children.

    Tribes who kill on sight - that is a flawed concept because the act of killing someone is evil not only because it requires one to abandon their humanity to commit the act, but is also unjustified unless it's in self-defence. No one has the legal or ethical right to take away one's life unless it was consented such as in euthanasia. These beasts are uncivilized and should be taught how that it's wrong, but unfortunately those unethical anthropologists are using them as case studies of human isolationism and because they no immunities to modern diseases either. Therefore, while these tribes are evil, we'd probably be even more evil trying to make contact with them and killing off half their tribe.

    Cannibals - no, even then it's not OK for these uncivilized beasts. There is no justification for cannibalism unless in the cases of mass starvation and you need to eat an already dead corpse to stay alive or unless that dead person agreed to be eaten in these extreme scenarios.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stealthbomber16 View Post
    Wtf you aren't even a good troll
    I was never a troll. I'm 100% serious, you islamophobe. You think I forgot that you named yourself after wanting to bomb mosques, you human piece of shit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Exeter350 View Post
    I think morality differs across cultures and time periods, and there's no absolute answer to what constitutes evil / immorality.

    Things that were once accepted may no longer be accepted:
    • Slavery
    • Treatment of women as property with no rights or education
    • Religious persecution
    • Racial discrimination
    • Blackface in entertainment
    • Usage of the N word, see Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None"
    • Usage of "fag" to refer to cigarettes


    Things that weren't tolerated may now be tolerated:
    • Pre-marital sex
    • Revealing clothing
    • Nudity in media / Porn
    • Divorce



    I don't think there's much purpose to put a label on practices of the past, or practices done by different cultures.
    People who do so usually just view things through their personal lens, and try to impose their personal beliefs on others.
    But personal beliefs are subjective, and are not reflective of the absolute right and wrong of this world (a concept that I do not believe exists).

    An example of time-based differences is Agatha Christie's novel "Ten Little N*****s", based on the nursery rhyme of the same name.
    It was published in UK where the N word didn't have negative connotations at the time.
    This title continued to be published in UK up until 1977.
    After which I suppose the "N word is bad" spread across the globe, and the novel is published exclusively under its US title "And Then There Were None".

    An example of culture-based differences in morality is the opposing values between Asian cultures and Western cultures.
    As much as people on Western platforms criticize Chinese values, can we really say they're evil, immoral, etc?
    In 2021, China's population comprises 18% of global population, whereas US + Europe comprises 14%.
    If we use "majority wins" as basis, then China's morals are the "correct" one, and Western countries should start their own Operation Qinglang, mass surveillance and social credit system.

    I think at the end of the day, our morals and "right and wrong" are what we deem it to be on an individual level, and largely influenced by our environment and upbringing.

    In obscure communities, you will probably find wildly different norms.
    For instance, tribes who kill on sight - They might see it as rightfully defending their territory against trespassers, we may see it as unwarranted violence and straight up murder.
    Same with cannibal tribes, they do not see cannibalism as immoral or repulsive.
    Wouldn't be surprised if there are rape cults where rape is considered a norm too.
    C'mon man. If you use intention (i.e., context), you can clearly classify what is evil and what isn't.

    Slavery = paying African warlords for free human labour to work farms and [sexual] servants to people? EVIL!
    Treatment of women as property with no rights or education = treating another human being unequally? EVIL!
    Religious persecution = persecuting peaceful religious people? EVIL!
    Racial discrimination = discriminating against people based on the colour of their skin? EVIL!
    Blackface in entertainment = mocking people of an underprivileged group in offensive ways? EVIL!
    Usage of the N word, see Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None" = using a word that was commonly used at that time to refer to black people inoffensively? NOT EVIL!
    Usage of "fag" to refer to cigarettes = using a word that was commonly used at that time to refer to cigarettes and not homosexuals? NOT EVIL!


    Pre-marital sex = OK as long as it's monogamous - NOT EVIL!
    Revealing clothing = varies depending on the occasion - NOT NECESSARILY EVIL!
    Nudity in media / Porn = is used as a way to express vulnerability - NOT EVIL!
    Divorce = THESE ARE NOT EVIL! Divorces mean the end of an UNHAPPY marriage, not a HAPPY one!

    Saying the n-word is fine if it's used in a quoting or academic context. Again, it's all about intention.

    The majority deciding what is and isn't evil is simply foolish because then the whole world would be subject to the majority's tyranny. If 60% of the world was male and they all support the objectification of women, does that make it ethical to do just because it's the majority?

    Tribes who kill on sight - varies! Again as you said, they're doing it for self-preservation, but if they kill an innocent person then they are in fact evil based on consequence severity.

    Cannibals - evil! Eating people is NOT OK and not only that those uncivilized peoples should've known by now the concept of kuru and how it spreads by eating human brains, plain and simple.

    Y'all need to take a ethics class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helz View Post
    There is an issue in the community you are talking about. Might be worth making a separate thread on if you want to have a conversation about ethical moderation or the considerations that should govern decisions. I feel like making that 'this' is just going to destroy a topic that means quite a bit to me and entangle it with video game politic nonsense I do care about but needs to be handled separate from this subject.
    I don't know why there's such a need to get so philosophical regarding this and to overthink it.

    Here, I'll objectively tell you what constitutes evil: action severity, consequence severity, intention behind actions, and whether they feel remorse for it. These are all looked at in courts. Using this criteria, you can also give sociopaths (1/30 people) some slack too because sometimes sympathy and remorse is foreign to them so they're not inherently evil.

    Take for example the case of killing of Ken McElroy, a town bully. The vigilante who killed him did an evil action, but because they wanted to remove such a unredeemable character from their town and people's lives significantly improved after his death, the overall evillness of this crime is quite low compared to pedophiles getting into positions of power and raping children knowing full well it's taboo.

    Therefore, based on this criteria:

    Hitler (17M) > Mao (49-78M) > Stalin (23M)

    Reason being that unlike Mao and Stalin's policies, Hitler actively advocated for the genocide of entire groups of people and was transparent about his grand vision of genetic superiority of Aryans. Whereas Mao and Stalin's economic policies created famines as a byproduct (killing birds and ambiguity of Stalin's industrialization for the country OR if it was planned starvation to crush the people's spirit for opposition), but they were less evil than Hitler even though they felt somewhat indifferent when they learned of the famine.
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    ►►Re: MM's dream girlfriend be like..◄◄

    MM's girlfriend:

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    Oops, sorry that was an actual picture of Voss and his "girlfriend". Here's MM's dream girlfriend:

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    I nominate the admins.

    Seriously, "goofy" is a legitimate slur and the Canadian sources you're asking are denying it to troll me and the admins so they can make some faux pas in Canada when they visit.

    You'd think having some college-level educated admins and from learning about actual evils that stopping discrimination is the very first action to take against marginalizing vulnerable minorities such as myself. But instead they look the other way and actually enable it just because they're not from the country where it is a slur.

    It's a joke honestly considering how Nazis have started with enabling hate against Jewish people, actively harassing them, seized their properties, forced them into ghettos, and then sent them to concentration camps to work, starve, and/or die. And these same human evils have been repeated in many years before and after that, such as the Holodomor by USSR's Stalin, the Rwandan Genocide by Hutus, and recently the genocide of Muslims in Burma by Aung San Suu Kyi and her violent buddhists.

    What's next? Are the admins going to invade Canada and seize my properties like the evil communists they are?
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    Yes if you choose to retain your citizenship.
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    (i got myself into an orgy with 10 different people including some transexuals, overdosed on v14gr4, and am now posting this from the afterlife)

    For once, I'm very pleased that this LOSER got banned! I give credit when it's due and it's pretty obvious here that sometimes broken clocks (the admins) can still be right two times a day.

    Also might want to get your head checked by a shrink, Oberon. You seem like the type of outstanding member of society to stalk and kill a woman you were interested in and then get psychopathic when she told you she had a boyfriend. Or maybe berate a fast food worker just if they made a small mistake.

    LOL! As I said before, this community needs to do a better job thinning out the undesirable filth like Oberon from this community. A "man" who doesn't even lift and has more anger issues than my drunk father having a bad day at work.

    BTW can we also get rid of Helz? He's a sick being trying to normalize his fetishes subtly in all his posts. See here:

    Quote Originally Posted by Helz
    I have done lots of things with my meat
    https://www.sc2mafia.com/forum/showt...l=1#post948531

    BTW thanks aamirus for sending in the infraction report so I can copy and paste my original message everywhere without Voss censoring me.
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