Message from Jeremy in Athens #piraeus_politics_news


2019-09-09 06:47:44 UTC  

No I did not

2019-09-09 06:48:01 UTC  

No, there are variations in how different groups behave, based on what behaviors are normalized and reinforced among the groups. Here in the U.S., for example, we have the issue of black kids being bullied by their peers (fellow blacks) for participation at school, which is obviously counter to logic as they'll have less economic mobility by proliferating such norms throughout their culture by associating it with their music, films, etc.

2019-09-09 06:48:04 UTC  

you're saying cunt child's race should have ocurred to me when dealing with it.

2019-09-09 06:48:50 UTC  

Many groups will also rebel against the predominant norms associated with the majority group, even if it harms their own interests. It's a very common behavior.

2019-09-09 06:49:21 UTC  

A) noticing that a cunt is of a certain race
B) noticing that a race does cunt things
See the difference?

2019-09-09 06:49:31 UTC  

You say I did B, but I did not

2019-09-09 06:49:33 UTC  

I did A

2019-09-09 06:50:23 UTC  

then why should specific attention be paid to their race when the more important detail is they're being a cunt

2019-09-09 06:50:40 UTC  

People's brains instinctively pick up on it

2019-09-09 06:50:41 UTC  

Because those behaviors are reinforced among peers.

2019-09-09 06:50:45 UTC  

not an answer

2019-09-09 06:50:54 UTC  

But that is all I said

2019-09-09 06:50:56 UTC  

why should I have taken cunt's race into account

2019-09-09 06:51:03 UTC  

I only said it's normal to pick up on these differences

2019-09-09 06:51:15 UTC  

you said I should have taken it into account

2019-09-09 06:51:21 UTC  

I said you should've noticed it

2019-09-09 06:51:27 UTC  

Because it's normal to notice it

2019-09-09 06:51:40 UTC  

you're such a fucking weasel

2019-09-09 06:51:43 UTC  

I'm not

2019-09-09 06:52:34 UTC  

This a phenomenon in psychology

2019-09-09 06:52:57 UTC  

It is the greatest contributing factor to how an identity group behaves, as people within the group have greater influence on one another than those perceived to be on the outside. Ascribed status, such as race and gender top the hierarchy in this regard.

2019-09-09 06:53:08 UTC  

For example, my dad used to beat me. As time progressed, I learned to fear men who had similar looks as him. From his facial features to the way he dressed to details in his mannerisms.

2019-09-09 06:53:16 UTC  

If I noticed similar things, I avoided those men

2019-09-09 06:53:20 UTC  

That's instinct

2019-09-09 06:53:27 UTC  

Of course.

2019-09-09 06:53:31 UTC  

As you should.

2019-09-09 06:53:34 UTC  

Correct

2019-09-09 06:53:42 UTC  

versus a single cunty classmate

2019-09-09 06:53:51 UTC  

Kids can't make the distinction that these things don't mean anything *neccessarily*

2019-09-09 06:53:54 UTC  

in fucking grade school

2019-09-09 06:53:59 UTC  

So they broadly profile people just to be safe

2019-09-09 06:54:10 UTC  

This is a perfectly normal thing to do

2019-09-09 06:54:48 UTC  

Everyone does it.

2019-09-09 06:54:57 UTC  

no, according to you its the comparatively "strong" thing to do

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/613769782461857813/620512448792887297/069aaee532e5aea3698a55e86d9c8928.png

2019-09-09 06:55:19 UTC  

Yes, as I just explained. You can't protect yourself from something that you can't notice.

2019-09-09 06:55:34 UTC  

protect myself from a whinging little shit kid classmate?

2019-09-09 06:55:37 UTC  

oh perish the thought

2019-09-09 06:55:41 UTC  

For example

2019-09-09 06:56:23 UTC  

The conclusion may be different. Maybe you respond only to that one bully, but maybe you also look for patterns.

2019-09-09 06:56:42 UTC  

My brain looked for obvious patterns, for example in the case of my dad.

2019-09-09 06:56:45 UTC  

wasn't even a bully, he just wouldn't shut the fuck up and leave me alone