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Comment by C.J !?? on July 22, 2011 at 7:22pm
(A) (E)
Comment by Exodia Tuskade on January 22, 2011 at 10:10pm
fuck the reform
Comment by DJ TRoLL on October 4, 2010 at 10:49am
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Comment by kaci on June 29, 2010 at 8:56pm
hi im new on here any crusties from az?
Comment by sean harper on June 18, 2010 at 2:33pm
Thank you for that good sir, I seen a book on mob mentality last week at a thrift store, I shoulda got it
Your answer makes quite a bit o' sense, I appreciate the answer
Comment by Venom on June 18, 2010 at 1:24pm
Ah, yes, the eternal question, eh? I could go on about this for days, but alas, I don't have much time to answer, so I'll keep it short. It is my belief that it is in fact the mob mentality that drives the mob as well as destroys it. It is because the people are not ready for what is actually coming (meaning, they thought they wanted to be in a mob, but didn't realize the consequences), they don't know what else to do because they lack leadership now that they are a dumb mob, and the fact that they all stand around thinking someone else should do something, and they won't move until someone else does. It could be just one, or any combination, of these. These are just some basics, which is all i can go into right now. Sociology and psychology have been studying this for a long, long time. In psychology there are terms for some of this: The Bystander Effect causes people in groups to think "Someone else should do something," or "Maybe I'll help if others do." Its this principal that you see in effect when someone is begging for help, and people just keep walking, and it is why we are taught to single people out to ask for help in a crowded place. You can also see it in effect at many concerts, where when one person starts to mosh or skank, others join in. Often you can even see people look around to see if anyone else is doing it before they join in. Fucking pathetic if you ask me. Something else that social psychology has found is called Diffusion of Responsibility. This accounts for people in groups not considering themselves responsible for things that happen while in said group. Such as when a woman gets gang raped, and none of the individuals responsible feels guilt because they were in a group. Most of these theories were founded after the collapse of the Nazi regime, as many experiments were conducted to explain why and how the Nazi soldiers/guards were capable of doing the things they did to innocent people. Most blamed it on just following orders (Bystander Effect), and didn't feel guilt because there were others doing it (Diffusion of Responsibility). I would love to rant and rave on about this, but I believe I've typed enough. Hopefully this can start you down your path of reasoning and logic about this subject. A tip I can give you: I would definitely have verbal debates (NOT arguments) about this and other topics, both with yourself and other people, as this helps greatly to lead you to a sound state of thought. It will help you question your beliefs, and strengthen them. Mary thinking!
Comment by sean harper on June 18, 2010 at 7:44am
Question: I'm asking completely detatched, for different opinions and points of view.
In riots, why don't rioters even the odds, don guns, base ball bats, tasers, etc.
Also, mob mentality, why is it in the majority of riot and protest videos I've seen, extremely large groups of protesters will scurry away at the cite of a few police cars, that together they could easily overturn like ants overturn centipedes?
Thousands of angry passionate people against a couple hundred badly paid police? Is it guns? Those aren't that hard to get. Is it the violence? Or just the refusal to join a group effort? This i don't understand. Though I know the ideas of 'anarchism' if you will, are nearly opposite to that of military and being a soldier, why wouldn't the effort of unity against the 'fash' be worth it? I remember a french guy saying something like "for now we need it to win this battle but after the war's over we'll need to get rid of it" about the anarchist flag.
I dunno maybe I'm sleep deprived and not thinking straight, but does this make sense to any of you?
Where's the group effort? Every once and awhile I'll see a guy being hauled off by police like its a fucking football game, and the "rioters" just watch and yell pointless bollux, police aren't paid to listen to 'criminals', they're paid to haul them away, so why do people just say "facist facist facist pig wah', are they trying to hurt there feelings? Why not collectively bum rush the cops and rip the captive back?

Please, answer this someone(s), and I mean this in a simple way, I'm not looking for anyone starting an argument, this is just something I don't understand
Thanks for whoever read my ranting^
Comment by Venom on May 20, 2010 at 6:38pm
I like it. You also might think about making one with the same history of hemp, and then speak about how the oil companies bought out anyone who was developing ulterior resources that would threaten their profiteering. I'm sure you catch the drift.
Comment by sean harper on May 20, 2010 at 6:02am
oh and here's this one i just made, jello biafra inspired me

and aye, i agree about what ye said bout the A
Comment by Eric on May 11, 2010 at 9:55am
The 'A' of Act might be the A of Anarchy.
 

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