Showing posts with label Free Speech violations. Show all posts
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1/17/21

How Can one Answer the Question of What is the difference Between Last Summers Riots and The Capital Riots?

 According to Wikepedia 

Moral superiority

Moral superiority is the belief or attitude that one's position and actions are justified by having higher moral values than others.

It can refer to:

  • Morality, when two systems of morality are compared
  • Self-righteousness, when proclamations and posturing of moral superiority become a negative personal trait
  • Superiority complex, when the moral superiority is a psychological reaction to insecurity and self-doubt

A Question on Quora and how I answered it without trying to incite Violence or Drama 

What is the difference between last summer‘s riots and the capital riots?

I’m going to try to answer this in a non-political way. The protesters allegedly attack the capital allegedly because of alleged election fraud. They found this wrong. This conflicted with what they believed to be right, IF it was Trump supporters. BIG IF.  However many big rioters from BLM were again allegedly seen in this group as well. I don’t know the deep down truth of either matter. In the George Floyd case, why would a police officer kill a citizen over a 20$ bill charge? That seems a bit insane and almost set up.


Then after I bet every police force in the US went and retrained their forces on peaceful restraining methods , another police officer kill another guy in Georgia shortly there after? Seems insane right? To the American people it looks like the government is out of control and we need to fight them. To me it looks like a hell of a lot of Cheetos in prison for ten years to take the fall and then get silently out. That is my own conspiracy theory that I just made up to be clear as some humor is needed. Maybe they feel this way?



To many I think that many people thought they we’re maybe following a peaceful protest and got in the middle of basically a large moshpit at a concert.

in 2000 at OzzFest in Saratoga Springs, POP REVIEW; Ozzy Osbourne, Without the Birds and Bats (Published 2000)many were moshing along accordingly and it got out of control. I was a teen but saw it. A little bit of aggression turned into people getting hurt. These were just on a much bigger scale.

Allegedly, as I can’t get inside anyone’s mind, both rioted because of a perceived wrong occurring against a person or a group of people. I would say look at the similarities. Let’s look at dictionary supremacy is a term we may need a thesaurus for, thanks Webster take notes Synonyms for supremacy

Synonyms 

BLM was about racial injustice against violence against an ethic group or groups. Capitol riots targeted people for being part of a political group and allegedly tampering with election results. The government supremacy caused the public to act with supremacy and the above mentioned issues caused me to look up other ways to phrase this word๐Ÿ˜‚


Both riots allegedly occurred to send a message of what will happen if one does something perceived to be wrong or immoral. The message? Not my place to say. I also am just pointing out what I see as similarities in them.

The differences would be the same as the similarities in a way. The riots in the summer were for racial injustice awareness and what happens if you set off the masses. Same with the Capital riots.

We don’t know exactly the truth behind either issue. Was it one cop who killed a citizen? Was it a second cop who killed another citizen? Was Joe Biden messing with the election? We won’t know anything because these riots covered up what the issues were even over.

Both police brutality and election fraud are big no-nos. It would seem insane for someone to incite a riot however when they are working so hard to fight election fraud as Trump calls it, then cause a riot to discredit his cause? Does it make sense from any point of view?

We do not have the right to act violently against each other however. When getting involved with a cause, moral superiority can sometimes get in the way of the cause. Getting a moral supremist point of view happens at times and one can become the opposite and turn immoral when that occurs.

Someone can go into a peaceful protest with all the right ideas and points of view and end up slaughtering someone as a group mentality is intoxicating. Becoming obsessed with the cost of the point that you treat other people poorly it’s unhealthy.

Both riots caused people to act unlike themselves across the country. Words have a lot of power but it’s up to ourselves to control our own actions.

We are in a lot of turmoil and stopping the violence and getting our country back on the right track seems to be something we need to focus on. I look at people like my grandpa and I feel bad for him watching what this country is going to possibly be for his grandchildren. Politics is his life and always has been and my grandmother and he lost her in September.

healthy politics has always been a way of life at least as most of us have known it and lately it’s become extremely unhealthy. It’s become disgusting and scary.

We should be able to trust the police that guard us and protect and serve and trust that the elections will not be tampered with and there our vote as a citizen counts.

When both of those basic trusts are allegedly violated in the USA, people care deeply as we have basic constitutional rights that seem to be going out the window. Basically essentially on the surface, riots were both caused due to moral injustice and violation of our civil rights as citizens. That is the best way I can answer this as I’m just a regular citizen.

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