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Thread: Why were 20 people shot dead and 24 injured in El Paso today, and what’s causing the recent trend since the 90s of mass shootings and massacres.

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    Default Re: Why were 20 people shot dead and 24 injured in El Paso today, and what’s causing the recent trend since the 90s of mass shootings and massacres.

    Given how terrorism in general has been on the rise and its right-wing segment is quite marginal among others, it is quite obvious that people that obsess with specifically right-wing violence do so not because they oppose terrorism or violence in general, but simply for partisan reasons.

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    Default Re: Why were 20 people shot dead and 24 injured in El Paso today, and what’s causing the recent trend since the 90s of mass shootings and massacres.

    Quote Originally Posted by Heathen Hammer View Post
    Given how terrorism in general has been on the rise and its right-wing segment is quite marginal among others, it is quite obvious that people that obsess with specifically right-wing violence do so not because they oppose terrorism or violence in general, but simply for partisan reasons.
    Only HH could describe the death of 20 people as 'marginal'.
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    Default Re: Why were 20 people shot dead and 24 injured in El Paso today, and what’s causing the recent trend since the 90s of mass shootings and massacres.

    Anyone who is guided by reason would conclude that mass shootings are marginal within general US statistics on violent deaths, let alone mortality overall. If we look at the whole planet in the last 30 years or so, then the ideology behind violence that killed the most would be various kinds of liberalism that were used to justify "spreading of democracy" in Middle East, North Africa, etc.

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    Default Re: Why were 20 people shot dead and 24 injured in El Paso today, and what’s causing the recent trend since the 90s of mass shootings and massacres.

    Quote Originally Posted by Heathen Hammer View Post
    If we look at the whole planet in the last 30 years or so, then the ideology behind violence that killed the most would be various kinds of liberalism that were used to justify "spreading of democracy" in Middle East, North Africa, etc.
    Translation: If we ignore WW1, WW2, the Chinese Civil war, and the Russian civil war and use my arbitrarily decided criteria, then we see that everything that is wrong with the world is all the fault of "da ebil libruls".

    Ahhh... The mental gymnastics are strong with this one...

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