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Millennials, some of the baby boomers, and the Internet?
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By TKDBTKDB 187 Pts
https://gentwenty.com/ways-the-internet-has-impacted-millennials-lives/

A question, are some Millinials and some of the baby boomers, using the existence of the internet, to try to coax, persuade, or influence, the other internet users into trying to get others to see things their way, via their individual ways of thinking?

Religion, along with (God & Jesus) seems to be a popular indulgence of conversation?

The Democrats, and the Socialists Democrats, and how apparently want to change society, for the individual benefits of their followers, and or fan bases, and for themselves as well, seems to be a popular indulgence of conversation?

Some food for thought on the Democrats, and the Socialists Democrats:

https://mobile.twitter.com/FrankLuntz/status/1114365734061137920?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^tweet

From Mr. Frank Lutz via Twitter:

“38% of Democrats said they weren’t willing to vote for a socialist, and 73% of Republicans said the same.”

The non race on race crimes, and race on race crimes conversations, seem to be an occasional conversation of indulgence, whenever a situation presents itself, and some of the local news media outlets point out those crimes via their individual news coverages?

Here's a term that I came across because of the above occurrences:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Same-race_discrimination

"One form of racism is same-race discrimination, wherein the perpetrator and the object of the discrimination are of the same racial group."

Could the above, be a reason for why some of the non race on race, and the race on race crimes have occurred?

Because of same race discrimination?

(Another popular conversation of indulgence, see the below.)

Or when there are some of the illegal aliens, or immigrants coming into the U.S. illegally, might that be another form of discrimination towards the rest of the U.S. citizens who aren't pro illegal alien, or immigrant oriented?

Because there are apparently some U.S. citizens, who are maybe more focused, or concerned over their own bottom dollar, instead of how the illegal aliens, or immigrants might be affecting the overall csafety of the U.S. public?

I wonder if the above could be viewed as financial discrimination?



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  • MayCaesarMayCaesar 1702 Pts
    Your question implies that some arbitrary group that you call "Millennials" or "baby boomers" features a collective consciousness and tries to persuade humanity of something as a group. I fail to see how this is the case: there are as many opinions as there are people.

    There is no "Millennial" ideology. There could be ideologies very popular among "Millennials", but there is no one-to-one correspondence here.

    Ideologies are a different matter. You mentioned "socialists", for example. Those people have been trying to rewrite the history and reshape the world in the image of their monstrous system for well over a century, and when you say the word "socialists", you imply a very particular group of people having a very particular mindset that is, indeed, both in an organised and chaotic matter promoted on the Internet.
    Same goes for various religious groups, which you also mentioned in this post. Jenovah Witnesses, for example, are a very ancient group, and their narrative has not changed significantly over time, maybe slightly drifting towards being focused on gaining new followers over "illuminating" the present ones.

    I do not know a single viewpoint that could be attributed to "Millennials". I am, by definition, a Millennial, but I hardly share 90% of the ideas most other Millennials do. There are also Millennials that agree with you on everything and do not match a single pattern you described in this thread. 
    There are no Socialists or Jenovah Witnesses, however, who do not approve of socialism and do not believe in god respectively, because the very definition of those groups implies that they do. But the word "Millennials" refers purely to the timeline one's birth date is within and does not have any other meaning.
    Zombieguy1987Plaffelvohfen
  • TKDBTKDB 187 Pts
    @Zombieguy1987

    Are you a Millinial? 
    Zombieguy1987
  • TKDBTKDB 187 Pts
    edited April 7
    @MayCaesar


    Sure there is a such thing as Millinial/ Democratic Socialists ideology.

    And here are some of the representatives:

    Cory Booker, AOC, and Kamala Harris? 

    The baby boomers, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Bernie Sanders, the Clintons, Jerry Nadler? 
    Zombieguy1987
  • TKDBTKDB 187 Pts
    edited April 7
    @MayCaesar

    What anti religious group, are you a part of?

    Are you maybe, a baby boomer, or a millinial? 

    A question, are some Millinials and some of the baby boomers, using the existence of the internet, to try to coax, persuade, or influence, the other internet users into trying to get others to see things their way, via their individual ways of thinking?

    Religion, along with (God & Jesus) seems to be a popular indulgence of conversation? 
    Zombieguy1987
  • MayCaesarMayCaesar 1702 Pts
    edited April 7
    @TKDB

    Sanders was born in 1941, and Peloci in 1940, so they are hardly baby boomers. As for some of the others you mentioned, they are socialists or state capitalists. The fact that some of them happen to have been become adults in the 21st century has absolutely no relevance to their ideological views.

    I am not a part of any group, and I have not taken religion seriously ever since at the age of 6 I learned what it is. One does not need to be a part of some group to know that elves, orcs and other similar constructs, including god, are all a fiction. One just needs to not take for granted everything they are told and think to themselves some.

    Yes, *some* Millennials and *some* baby-boomers, using the existence of the Internet, try to coax, persuade or influence, the other Internet users into trying to get others to see things their way, via their individual ways of thinking. And *some* do not. What of it?

    You always ask countless questions, but fail to address any of the answers, so I am not exactly sure what your mission on a debate website is. On a debate website, you are supposed to debate things, not ask rhetorical question without bothering to read the answers.
    For example, you do not seem to have acknowledged anything of what I wrote, because you asked exactly the same questions as in the original post, as if my response never happened.
    Zombieguy1987
  • TKDBTKDB 187 Pts
    edited April 7
    @MayCaesar

    I ask questions, because the majority of anti religious rhetoric pushers, and their followers, like to use the internet to their advantage, to verbally judge God, Jesus, and Religion in general, because they apparently dont have the same nerve as they do on the internet, to protest God, Jesus, or Religion, at any Religious building, and face Religion, with some reality based integrity, and get the truth about Religion from it's very own source, any religious individual, inside or outside of a religious building for that matter?

    "mickyg," expressed that he might get "fictionally shot," if he were to do that? 
    He has a vivid imagination for being an anti religious protester.

    "You always ask countless questions, but fail to address any of the answers, so I am not exactly sure what your mission on a debate website is. On a debate website, you are supposed to debate things, not ask rhetorical question without bothering to read the answers.
    For example, you do not seem to have acknowledged anything of what I wrote, because you asked exactly the same questions as in the original post, as if my response never happened."

    I've asked you and he both, where is your shared evidence, that God, or Jesus, or Religion, in general was ever found guilty, along with a criminal, or an offender, for the crimes, or murder, rape, sexual assault, mass shootings, drive by shootings, abduction, kidnapping, carjackings, domestic violence, and abuse, and so on?

    Along with the same criminals, and offenders, in a Court of Law, by a Judge, and a Jury od their piers?

    And neither of you have provided, one bit of legitimate evidence to that conversation, now have you? 

    So again, why continue to judge God, Jesus, or Religion, over the crimes that humans have been committing against their innocent victims for years now?


    Zombieguy1987
  • MayCaesarMayCaesar 1702 Pts
    edited April 7
    @TKDB

    I have already responded to each of these questions, multiple times, in the past. That you do not wish to acknowledge those responses is your fault alone. I am going to repeat myself once more.

    Like I said, I do not "judge" anyone or look for who is "guilty". My argument does not deal with these arbitrary concepts. Neither does the court. The court considers the individual action based on the merit of that action alone, rather than on the mindset that may have caused it (with the exception of the vague concept of "intent", which, again, only applies to the motivation before the action itself, rather than the general ideological justification of it).

    You keep shooting off the questions that, first, are not even related to the argument I am making, and second, have already been addressed multiple times. 

    How about you respond to the actual substance of someone's argument, for once? It seems to me that I write in plain English, and my sentences should not be overly difficult to parse into logical pieces.
    Zombieguy1987
  • TKDBTKDB 187 Pts
    edited April 8
    @MayCaesar

     "How about you respond to the actual substance of someone's argument, for once? It seems to me that I write in plain English, and my sentences should not be overly difficult to parse into logical pieces."

    No, you write with plainly stated biases, and unequal points of view? 

    And reiterating this previous point of view from you as well.

    This is the concluding statement from you:

    "I am not sure if it is your lack of reading skills, or a very deep intellectual dishonesty, but so far you have hardly responded to any actual argument people make. Instead, you keep attacking the same simplified claims you yourself conjured."

    I'm debating from both sides of the debate conversation, IE, from the Religion side, and from humanities side.

    I haven't conjured up anything, just telling the truth.

    The fellow (mickyg) knows how to engage in a one sided conversation, to self platform his individual, anti religious philosophy, and his above response, speaks directly to that blurred perception that does not speak to a transparent, equal, or a fair debate.

    And judging Religion in the face of humans murdering humans, and humans engaging in abortions, is a, tragically sad double standard.

    I would call it a hypocrisy of one's own common sense? 

    The above response to you, seems doubly important, that's why I reshared it with you.


    Zombieguy1987
  • TKDB said:
    @Zombieguy1987

    Are you a Millinial? 

    No, i'm not a Millinial 

    https://www.google.com/search?q=victims+of+religion&safe=active&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=x&ved=0ahukewihu9jugorfahwkmeakhbtib00q_auidigb&biw=1920&bih=963&safe=active

    Blues and Raptors handed two very toxic teams embarrassing losses, 95% of the sports world is rejoicing in the news

    Repealing the Second Amendment is the first step to Totalitarianism, and it needs to be prevented to protect our freedom 

    http://www.atheistrepublic.com/
  • RS_masterRS_master 23 Pts
    MayCaesar said:
    @TKDB

    Sanders was born in 1941, and Peloci in 1940, so they are hardly baby boomers. As for some of the others you mentioned, they are socialists or state capitalists. The fact that some of them happen to have been become adults in the 21st century has absolutely no relevance to their ideological views.

    I am not a part of any group, and I have not taken religion seriously ever since at the age of 6 I learned what it is. One does not need to be a part of some group to know that elves, orcs and other similar constructs, including god, are all a fiction. One just needs to not take for granted everything they are told and think to themselves some.

    Yes, *some* Millennials and *some* baby-boomers, using the existence of the Internet, try to coax, persuade or influence, the other Internet users into trying to get others to see things their way, via their individual ways of thinking. And *some* do not. What of it?

    You always ask countless questions, but fail to address any of the answers, so I am not exactly sure what your mission on a debate website is. On a debate website, you are supposed to debate things, not ask rhetorical question without bothering to read the answers.
    For example, you do not seem to have acknowledged anything of what I wrote, because you asked exactly the same questions as in the original post, as if my response never happened.
    I believe baby boomers were born in the 40s to the 70s. Millenials 80s to 90s. My generation 0s to N/A.
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