posted on May, 18 2014 @ 07:39 PM
To all those who answered my reply.
I think his views are largely ludicrous, but the real point i was trying to make is that people jump to conclusions before they know the whole
It sounded like he was turned into the news because he has an armband with a swastika on it, not because someone who knew him thought he was having
thoughts of killing mass amounts of Jews, or anyone for that matter, but because some stranger got indignant over their perceptions. The guy said
himself he would not stand by and watch a Jew starve, I don't know the truth to that statement but I heard him say it, so for now i'll take his word
instead of jumping on the hate filled bandwagon.
I'd also like to point out that you can get a lot more flies with honey than you can with vinegar. Instead of ambushing and berating the guy, why are
people not sitting down with him over a cup of coffee trying to teach him the errors of his ways in a two way back and forth discussion?
He chose to wear it for socialism as someone stated, but it appears the people did not know that before they called in the news over it. Unless he is
actively seeking or is part of a group actively seeking to harm others than I see no problem.
As I stated, the witch hunts need to stop. This is the USA right? if we continue on this path our American Flag will be too offensive one day, no
more Jewish Star necklaces, no more Crosses, no more Muslim veils etc....
I mean no disrespect to anyone but that is not the America I want to live in, is that the one you all want? Or is it okay only when its something you
find personally repulsive. I'm repulsed by guys in skinny jeans, should I follow them around and berate them over it and demand they change? No,
because as someone else said....to each their own.