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Really no justification why. I just want it to happen. It's fun enough to watch The Battle Of Nations:
Yes. I have heard (and seen) that if you do not agree with someone you ban them. If you can't ban them you insult them. You also do these things if you cannot come up with any good points. Or if you are/have losing/lost an argument. You also try scare tactics like "You're going to hell". You try to scare people by saying that you drop the Ban-Hammer on everyone you don't agree with. You have done every one of these things in this debate (except the Ban-Hammer). You have done most of them to me.
That's ad hominem Saint. That is a pretty weak way to get your point across.
Also, where did you get the assumption that I was crazy? or a perv? Is it because I might be an atheist? and if so where did you get the assumption that I was one? I have never stated on my profile or a debate that I am an atheist.
The statement "There Is No God" is not deep on its own, granted. But the questions it opens up can be. And those questions are very fun to overthink and debate about.
This is like choosing to shot in the head or guillotined. Either way, It's going to be a shitty time.
But... if I had to choose, it would be Stalin.
Because he only killed so many because he was careless and sold off all of his grain.
He had a loose grip the general population as well. That combined with large land borders that are hard to defend (harder to keep people in) so it would be easier for me and the people a care about to sneak out to a better country. "Better" being used loosely because pretty much all nearby countries were screwed up post WW2.