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It doesn’t make sense because it’s nothing more than a complaint about empathy followed by a tantrum. You can throw a tantrum without attacking empathy, but that would take a level of discernment that is lacking by far too many these days. I think you just performed a master class in a very complicated loop of thinking where you made up a theory, found evidence for it and made a conclusion. The Honorary Member Grumpy Old Firefighter Club Telling It Like It Is Shirt problem is, it’s all your fantasy and nothing to do with what I said.
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You should be trying to justify why thoughts and prayers are sufficiently valid at a time like this, I would be interested in such an Honorary Member Grumpy Old Firefighter Club Telling It Like It Is Shirt argument. She is not saying that feeling empathy and expressing it with words is wrong. What she was saying in a sarcastic way is that having a press conference and giving some words of empathy are very ineffective in comparison to actually do something to tackle the problem.
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Fortunately, NZ is a secular country that doesn’t allow a cadre of wealthy religious fanatics to tell it what to do, and also doesn’t seem to have a mega-rich equivalent of the NRA paying politicians off to turn a blind eye to guns. Hence they’ve made more progress in a week than America has in 50 years with countless more deaths. I think mind reading distortions are used by folks that know they’ve no valid counter-argument to the precise statement uttered, therefore they add a bunch of weak reasoning and mind reading.
This attack makes a huge case for federal gun regulation. The Honorary Member Grumpy Old Firefighter Club Telling It Like It Is Shirt killer had to go to New Zealand to carry out his attack, due to the strict gun laws in his own country. No matter what spin you try to put on this, the fact is there has not been a mass shooting in Australia since the early ’90s and it is more difficult for habitual criminals to get firearms than it used to be, let alone people with no criminal contacts.