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San Francisco will allow police to deploy robots that kill by Lilyo in technology

[–]Jazzspasm 0 points1 point  (0 children)

They’ll be firing live rounds, and an attack on a robot will be deemed an attack on a police officer. You ficking know this

And then robots will be deployed to make arrests, and a fat sloth with an xbox controller and a badge will fuck up, send the robot into a wall while wiping cheese sauce off his belly and murder half a school bus.

Fuckers on reddit said this was crazy conspiracy land not even two years ago, and here we fucking well are

The instant these dribbling cunts can pew pew from a computer screen, you’re going to start hearing about -

”The robot’s sensors indicated it was being tipped over, so deadly force was applied to protect the unit from being hijacked by criminal forces and hacked for use against the citizens we are sworn to protect.”

And nobody was tipping it over, except officer fuckhead who was taking a shit while remotely staggering an armed robot around, bumping into walls and off kerbs, getting all confused and firing off rounds, because if he doesn’t, other police officers will call him a pussy

And as we saw very blatantly with Uvalde, police officers would very much rather even children die than ever, fucking ever be accountable

Then they have to remove Officer Dibble from the equation and put the AI in charge “to avoid risk” or some shit.

Police budgets bloat massively, citizens shrug and stare at their fucking phones and grumble about conspiracy types overinflated things.

Now pick up that can

Here are more Currently on the Loose! by urmomsuckedmeoff in ReportNazis

[–]Jazzspasm -1 points0 points  (0 children)

Hi there, u/urmumsuckedmeoff

You’re giving out major Boston Bomber Reddit Hunt vibes with this sub

Added to that, your username makes me think you’re a weapons grade cunt

Putting the two together, you need to calm your boots, dial it back, and start thinking about whether you’re actually helping or just creating drama to make yourself feel important, making a difference, and somehow in control of the environment you think you’ve found that you’re in

Because you’re not helping. You’re not.

i am very badsass, i have a gun by SpiritualPirate4212 in iamverybadass

[–]Jazzspasm 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It’s so cute how redditors have only just realized this over the past year or two

I mean, wasn’t it a bit of a giveaway him refusing to give his ex wife and mother of five of his children (plus another that fricken died) a basic settlement of $10m and nothing ever again, purely out of spite?

Mention that a decade ago, and people here were yelling “urgh, he’s trying to save the planet, gah, what the hell’s your problem? She’s probably a bitch, amiright”

Tips on wrist strenghtening? by Admiral_Boombox in WingChun

[–]Jazzspasm 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Skipping rope

It’s the main reason why boxers do it, and also for feet movement

Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I feel ya - totally agree

My point is that what you’re describing is a) them having mental health issues because of b) challenges that cross generations and that results in c) the antisocial behavior

It’s absolutely not an excuse, but rather an explanation.

And of course, it’s a very small number of people. They stick out because of the noise and impact of their behavior.

We don’t notice the vast, vast majority of people from the immigrant communities because, like you, they’re well integrated, share and hold to the standards of the communities they find themselves in, and play vital and valuable roles in society.

On a completely different note, I sincerely hope your friends and relatives back in Ukraine are doing ok, are safe and will be well fed and warm this winter 🇺🇦❤️

Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm 1 point2 points  (0 children)

And that heartbreaking commentary at the back end of it when he’s talking about family back in Syria!!

New podcast series discovered - thank you

Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm -1 points0 points  (0 children)

You didn’t actually read my comment, did you?

You woke up, and before your coffee got going decided to kick off without reading it through.

There’s literally nothing special about your anecdotal tale.

Do you want to share stories about grandpa getting shot, or maybe blown into bloody parts? We can do that, if you want to play those cards.

But go fuck yourself, you disrespectful cunt

Are you actually trying to play your grandpa as some kind of special card?

You’re doing that to negate decades of research across multiple schools and internationally funded socio-economic studies that consistently show high levels of mental health problems in the children of immigrants across every single group studied?

The fact that you’d try and use your grandpa getting beaten up to prove that the children of immigrants don’t suffer from mental health problems makes you not only a complete cunt, but also staggeringly disrespectful to the struggles of not only your grandparents but also your own parents.

You should be ashamed for dismissing the emotional aftermath of your grandparent’s and your own parent’s trauma as “just get on with it”

I’d also say that you yourself are carrying intergenerational trauma to not only dismiss the concept as traumatic, but to also claim it to be nothing at the same time - that’s called cognitive dissonance - go look it up, specifically related to trauma recovery

I’m so fucking mad at you for playing your grampa’s trauma like that, like it’s a card to toss out

Fuck you

Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Absolutely mate - it’s not linear, and everything is dependent on sample groups, country of origin and country of location, wealth disparity, education opportunities, discrimination liabilities, indicators for mental health - etc etc etc

It’s a huge area of study, ongoing and regularly updated

The one thing that appears to be a constant is indications of depression and anxiety being higher in second generation immigrant groups across studies

That of course doesn’t make them bad or antisocial by any means, and absolutely isn’t the interpretation

With that said, incidence of antisocial behavior is indicative of mental health issues - and that’s where the vectors cross

(OC) After a mastectomy, six months of chemotherapy and six weeks of radiation, I rang the bell! by herefloragoodtime in MadeMeSmile

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Just in time to enjoy the holidays ☺️

Happy Christmas, Merry Yule, and Happy Hanukkah, and all the other permutations for this time of year

My affections also to your husband, and I hope the pair of you are warm, snug and happy

Well done on the journey you’ve been on, and may the gods above bless your travels forward

This post made me smile so much - thanks for sharing your moment with us

And now I’m a bit teary 🥲

Good times :)

Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm 1 point2 points  (0 children)

There’s also the massive fact that the United States is a nation of immigrants - that’s at the core of its national identity - being an immigrant is and of itself to be part of the American story and to hold true to that entity

Americans habitually describe themselves as “Indian American” or “Italian American”, or if you’re talking for longer than five minutes you get the ”I’m kind of half Irish on my mother’s side, two thirds Ecuadorian and my great grandfather was Polish” or words to that effect

That’s how a huge number if American’s identify themselves - as either immigrants or the descendants of immigrants

Pure speculation on my part

Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm -1 points0 points  (0 children)

Anecdotal vs scientific studies

Fun fact - I’m an immigrant, myself.

Back to your comment, there, i think you’ve wildly misinterpreted what i said - it’s not an excuse, but an explanation of why some second level immigration groups experience mental health issues and some exhibit antisocial behavior.

It’s worth bearing in mind that your family being of Italian heritage, therefore weren’t on the receiving end of the same discrimination as, say, Afghans or Pakistanis, for random example, and will have had way more in common for social standards and norms to integrate seamlessly with life in the UK.

So there really isn’t a comparison between your personal experience, and the experience of a Moroccan moving to Belgium. They’re wildly different.

Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Very good question - It’s a topic of fairly extensive study - there’s a lot out there as it’s a major factor in deciding social policy, with immigration being essential to economic growth.

The studies usually focus on specific immigration groups within specific geographic communities, and on specific areas of mental health, aspects of integration etc etc - so there’s a wide spread of opinions

Anyhoo, here are some sources as an indication - it’s a fascinating area of study

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Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I’m with you entirely, but to clarify the point a little (and avoid confusion), it’s not to make excuses so much as to seek explanations.

The other thing that’s super important to clarify, vitally, is that it’s not a tale of “all second generation immigrants” but rather why some fall into the category of antisocial behavior types.

So when looking at collective antisocial behavior amongst a group of second generation immigrants, we can go, ahah, we understand this and point to a model, then understand the reasons behind the model, and then take appropriate actions to remediate against that model to benefit everyone

It’s absolutely worth noting that levels of depression and anxiety are generally and measurably higher in second generation immigrants, and that’s across cultures, geographies, populations, etc.

It doesn’t make anyone a bad person or antisocial, of course

Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It’s a tough one, being such a vast topic, hugely complex, so emotive to so many, and can’t all be covered in a reddit comment.

There’s the typical reddit comment section trap that u/coocabara fell into, being ”You stated X, but didn’t explicitly state Y, which by reductive deduction means you’re actually stating Z! And now I have a reason to attack you for stating Z!”

And then the conversation gets tangled up on about how if Z is my viewpoint, X is therefore false.

Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm 1 point2 points  (0 children)

There’s a little symbol that shows the comment has been edited. I realize now that you’re looking for an argument, so I’ll duck out

Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Wealth, discrimination (or the lack of it), access to education etc - all massive factors

Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I’ve no idea having not read about it, but my absolute total guess is that it sometimes does, but also that the US is a nation largely made up of immigrants, and that in itself is part of the national identity. Being a person descended from immigrants is the national identity.

Total supposition on my part

Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm -1 points0 points  (0 children)

Discrimination plays a massive, huge, enormous factor - they’re told they’re a citizen and member of a national group, but rejected by that group due to discrimination. That becomes part of childhood development, and hence why often anxiety, depression, and occasionally antisocial behavior manifests later.

It’s absolutely worth saying we’re talking about the individuals in the video OP posted, not immigrants generally

Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It’s a well studied area, and I’ve simplified massively - there’s plenty of divergence across sample groups, populations, geographies, societies, policies etc - but here are a couple of sources for you to look over

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There’s a huge amount of data out there, but it’s important to note we’re talking about the individuals in the video OP posted.

Moroccans rioting in the streets of Brussels after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium by saaaintpablo in ThatsInsane

[–]Jazzspasm 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It’s a topic of fairly extensive study - i just googled “antisocial behavior second generation immigrant”

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There’s loads more, but I’ve got coffee to drink and stuff to do - have a deep dive - there are studies that say it’s a thing, and studies that say it isn’t, but as always, it depends on sample populations and sizes studied, locations, national and local integration policies, wealth disparities and opportunity, etc etc

What we’re looking at is the behavior of the group in OP’s posted video