Hate has caused many problems, but it has yet to solve one yet.
When you become upset because people believe something that you don’t believe, what makes you different from the orlando shooter?
Saying all muslims are like the shooter is like saying all white people are privileged racists, or all minorities are criminals. And saying all religious people are like that guy is even more ignorant.
How can someone use one hate crime to justify more hate?
I have no problem with atheists and what they choose to believe or not believe, but I do have a problem with some of them trying to force their perspective, and even worse using a tragedy like this to do it.
Most Helpful Girl
Well the difference is he shot over 100 people... Most people keep it only to hatred thoughts and words. (Still not okay, but that's the difference)0
Most Helpful Guy
When you hold onto an idea or belief strongly enough you will use anything to validate it. Hold onto it tightly enough and you will use anything even something that would be reprehensible normally to justify it. You hate things that don't prove your belief because it makes you question it so you latch onto those things that do prove it and spew it out as means to validate it. Thats why you will see this behavior for any ideology from people who hold on to it to tightly.1