Discussion in 'Current Affairs' started by Aether, Nov 12, 2021.
great argument, I receded my opinion
Who's job is it?
No i wont stop replying i value cns's opinion i like cns
cns as your friend I’m gonna tell you you’re making a tit of yourself on this thread
if you put your personal opinion of Kyle to the side he’s actually not broken any laws in reality
this is why there’s a jury
do you see any cops present in the vicinity of the shooting
didn't they defund those?
its obvious kyles gonna get off could have told you that from day one
he's a young white american he can do whatever he wants
he’ll probably get a stevens universe tattoo next
kyle rittenhouse is poc
I believe it is rather pointless to discuss political violence from the ‘objective’ or ‘neutral’ perspective of the law or whatever
i think this whole debacle is a particularly grim pointer of what is happening. In my opinion, I believe the point of the outrage around this whole affair is not so much something illegal having happened, (it didn’t), but rather that rittenhouse went home without any lead in him, whereas he departed home and succesfully achieved what he sought
the real question is, when’s the next incident like this?
friendly reminder that violence is only excusable if done by the state, unless its self-defense.
Yes, and by the nature of political violence it is uninterested in the state monopoly on legitimate violence. I don’t see what your point is. Do you think any of this would have happened if anyone there that night believed your statement?
Yes, because outrage over the outcome of a trial shouldn't be grounded in objective evidence and facts but assumptions of intent and reality.
If people feel angered that a 17 year old who was clearly defending himself given the circumstances didn't go home in a casket or get severely injured while ignoring all the facts of the trial then I think that speaks in great lengths to their character.
Don't know what you mean by "achieved what he sought" (as if to imply he left home wanting to kill people) - again another unfounded statement that throws the credibility of your argument completely out of the window. If you have evidence of this intent (which hasn't even been presented so far in the trial), then I'm sure Binger and co would love for you to share to save their failing and disastrous case.
I dont care about the trial, and I am not talking about the trial
if you're really asking what my point was, then i'd say my point is that somebody who defends themselves shouldn't be considered controversial in society.
me while i wait for the gears of due process to turn
old fucks talking about compression saying that changing the file name means the file is different
defence asking for a mistrial ffs
there should've been a mistrial for so long lol
the evidence for the prosecution appears miraculously when they need it and they withheld evidence for so long and failed to present the proper thing
also don't overlook the prosecution saying it's airdrop's fault that... you know... they gave a diff version
fucking retard prosecution not understanding compression, emailing themselves the video so its compressed