Violence does solve problems

Updated on February 26, 2015 in Laws and Regulations
9 on February 12, 2015

Ever been punched in the face for being an idiot? or offending someone? Did that knuckle sandwich solve the problem or are you too liberal to accept that violence is necessary to right the ship from time to time?

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0 on February 17, 2015

Violence does sometimes solve problems, but it has been known to create others.

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0 on February 17, 2015

I would also point out that almost NOBODY who claims to have been sucker punched actually was. In almost EVERY case, the person that got punched knows EXACTLY why they got punched – whether or not they want to acknowledge it.

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0 on February 19, 2015

Haha…I can’t argue a technicality. However, one could also say that violence causes more problems…or that violence itself is a problem…or that violence shadows over an original problem and presents as the new problem.

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0 on February 19, 2015

Violence has been solving world problems since before man. However according to the mother of chicken snow…..http://libtarded.com/youtards/2014/10/queen-libtard-of-the-decade-the-mother-of-chicken-snow/456575

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0 on February 24, 2015

If ones goals are rational, one need not violence.  It’s only dealing with irrational brutes, looters and moochers (those who openly advocate and approve of violence) i.e. those that have nothing of value to offer, that one needs violence.  If they were capable of producing products and services of value, be rational, dignified and graceful, you wouldn’t need force.  They’d cooperate willingly.

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3 on February 25, 2015

The truly ridiculous issue here is that in this society, which has been developed based on coercion through force and violence, people have been raised in an environment of violence and each generation perpetuates another one where violence is a natural solution. NOT using violence would be like trying to reason with Hitler. Did violence solve THAT problem? Um, yes.

You have to approach an issue on IT’S terms and perspectives, NOT yours. That’s what strategy is all about. Mastershake, you are wrong.

on February 25, 2015

Did you vote for Obummer both times or just the first time?

on February 26, 2015

Sorry to disappoint, neither. I’m all red. Hate the fact that you make presumptions and try to use that to belittle someone who disagrees. I’d much rather read a persuasive argument from you. Your response was a letdown.

If you think everyone should turn the other cheek, you’re insane. You’ll be dominated and subjugated. You’ll get so sick of being screwed over, that one day all that anger at being treated unfairly will come raging to the surface. We’re in the scariest of all times right now, when we plant our kids in front of violent video games and constant violent content, while conversely preaching a message of non-violence. And then everybody wonders why all these teenagers are shooting schools and move theatres full of people. YOU produced that, not me.

A healthy solution is a response of the same level of force as that imposed on you. It’s called BALANCE.

on February 26, 2015

The war in Iraq has solved which problems and for whom? Bullying? JFK assassination? Dr. King assassination? Bullying? ISIS? John Lennon assassination? Hate crimes? Serial killers? What problems have any of these acts of violence solved?

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