What if you live next to an elderly person and you fear that person may have been injured or died in their home, and you call an ambulance. Are they supposed ignore your call because they cant make a forced entry?But anyways, there is no reason at all that I can see that would make it ok for someone to break in to anyones property, unless its a cop with a warrant.
What if you live next to an elderly person and you fear that person may have been injured or died in their home, and you call an ambulance. Are they supposed ignore your call because they cant make a forced entry?
What if there's a fire somewhere and the access to the fire is restricted by locked doors or gates? We can make it more interesting by asking ourselves, what if a fireman (or any other civil servant for that matter) needs to make a forced entry into a house or apartment (for the purpuse of accessing a fire or treating a injured person) of a drug addict and is attacked by the occupants?
Define "right for life" ? I have no idea what thats supposed to mean.
But anyways, there is no reason at all that I can see that would make it ok for someone to break in to anyones property, unless its a cop with a warrant.
I wonder if you are even aware of the fact, that you alone are confirming all the negative impressions and prejudices one could have about Americans. Fortunately I happen to know that you are not representative -- and thank God for that, otherwise we'd have WWIII already, this time started by the USA.
It's typical that you always like to point out the violent past of other countries to justify the violent present of your own country (as if your country has no violent past at all). You really must have a deeply rooted inferiority complex, when you need to do that.
Why aren't you unable to compare the state of countries of today with each other? Why do you always have to dig into the past to justify your opinions and often crude and strange notions? Seems to me you are the prime example of someone who is stuck in the past and simply won't learn from it to create a better future.
I'm sorry that violence is part of your life so much, you really have my sympathy for that. But I cannot help thinking that mentalities like yours sooner or later will attract other people with the same mindset. That could explain, why you travel to Europe and promptly get into conflict with the law here.
You once more or less accused me of carrying a kind of "violence gene", because I'm German. I guess you have proven time and again in this forum, who really is the one with a tendency for violence.
Of course all that assuming you're really always telling the truth and aren't exaggerating or making things up.
So next time people from abroad are being unfair or biased towards your home country and think that most Americans are a bunch of thugs who sleep with their guns at night, look into the mirror before you complain, because you are part of the reason why.
Which leaves one question: Did you ever get off looking at pictures of firearms? I'm asking because the amount of pics of weapons you post here, leaves almost no other conclusion than you thinking guns are porn and lust after using them, looking for excuses to do it. And please don't insult my intelligence with saying you're only keeping them for "self defense".
You keep them, because you love them. Because they make you feel stronger, than you really are. Admit it.
the only things I can come up with is that the Germans who rallied to the Nazi cause were either stupid or had some sort of genetic defect that caused this behavior. Since we know that Germans are generally not stupid, it must be some sort of genetic issue. In which case, it could come back.
Care to share the DNA results of those 15 million Germans with a comparitive sample from America, Britain, France, Spain and Russia?
Bitterness from being blamed for WWI and the doucheishness of the treaty of Versailles, the Catholic church's official doctrine of antisemitism (which carried to the 1960s), group think, intense national pride, the list goes on. For there to be a specific set of genes that made them more prone to madness there would have to have been some sort of selective criteria that favored madness and prevented those without it from reproducing.
They didn't suffer as much as Germany from the treaty, then their people didn't lose faith in the government through events like the Hyper inflation and the great depression and most importantly they didn't have hitler.
Not anything like Germany did. Remember, one of the provisions was that they had to take FULL blame for the war. And among other things, Hitler used one of the greatest motivating forces imaginable: saying he was doing Gods work, and unlike most crazies that spout that stuff, the church kind of agreed
To counter that, they had clear warning in Mein Kampf, published in 1925 and 1926. Yet they voted for/supported him anyway.
I suspect this conversation may be greatly discomforting MacGuffin. Good.