Is Srom1883 like Hitler if he thinks gays should not have rights?
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Dude, you've already insulted gays on this site and told us that you feel it's wrong.
Hitler felt the same about Jews.
You can replace "gay" or "atheist" with "jew" and you are basically Hitler, minus the killing.
If you could though, you would support another global flood or an apocalypse that would kill them gays though, right? Jews are sinners to Hitler, gays are sinners to you, and between you and Hitler, both are not worthy of life, right?
Are you serious? Hitler wanted to kill certain groups of people. He hated them. It was far more than a rights issue. Acting out of hate is so much different than this case.
This assertion is extremely insensitive and I think an apology is in order. You need to straighten things out here.
Cuaroc and Hitler are very similar, they are both humans. Cuaroc and Hitler are very similar, they both lived on Earth. The connections are so weak it's not even funny.
Dude, almost everyone on the fucking planet holds some sort of prejudice towards some group. You hold prejudice towards Christians it would appear, and Srom.
But the connection is so weak, that the comparison becomes worthless.
Grow up, and stop name calling.
Personally speaking stop despising Srom. I mean, he may be insensible, but still, he's not supposed to be a victim of cyberbullying. Even small derogatory comments causes unwanted hurt in the long run. Anyway, it doesn't hurt having some life in a debate. Besides, I have no life, so I need someone like him to make things more lively:D
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no hes like a typical christian, but if christians would think, they would realize, hey those people are people too and probably dont like being told they are going to hell which, if the christians knew their own faith instead of what the priests just say, they would show compassion
You're right a typical Christians is much worse than Hitler
This is just so wrong. Honestly, do you really believe this? Tell me what makes you think so. I'm really interested because something this offensive is going to need some exceptional evidence to be taken seriously.
Otherwise, you're just making a wicked generalization that is horribly wrong, while in the process insulting millions of people.
So support your claim. I'd love to hear how typical Christians are much worse than Hitler.
Saying things like "a typical Christian" is just as ignorant in my opinion. While I agree that Srom is not the most intelligent user on the site, he's just a kid. And he was brought up in a home that he had no control over. Instead of categorizing him as just a "typical Christian" why don't you talk to him and try to reasonably debate with him.
And there are some pretty amazing Christians out there who focus on the love of Christianity and not just the big guy in the sky.
Srom is not anything like Hitler. He's just a kid who has a different set of beliefs to you, he's one of the nicest people on the site (a little frustrating at times though), and would never make this debate about you.
Just leave him alone and stop slandering his name.
What is it with all the invocation of Godwin's law on this website recently?
Reasons Srom is like hitler:
(1) He is a Christian.
(2) He is not in support of Gay rights.
Well that just about sums up a substantial percentage to the worlds population, it would seem by your logic that millions of people are like Hitler.
Now Reasons I am like Hitler.
(1) He supported Darwinian thinking.
(2) He loved music.
(3) He was generous to the people close to him.
And that's just three, so I'm now like Hitler is some respect and so is another substantial portion of society.
Why don't you leave this guy alone, having a laugh in a debate is one thing, but taking personal digs at another debater by setting up a debate is ridiculous and shows your true colours.
You're a really sick person. Honestly, what is your problem? Srom is living in accordance with the Bible, meaning he has different beliefs then you. Christians do not hate homosexuals. Christians believe that homosexual activity is a sin. What's so hard to understand about that? To oppose gay marriage is so far off from Hitler's atrocities that it's laughable you're actually trying to make this comparison.
This debate actually proves my point about people here slandering Srom. I specifically made a debate about this, if you are interested in explaining why you feel the need for this childish insulting, please visit my debate.
Clearly, the majority is against you here, and rightly so.