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 No.2968

What's your 'worst', or least politically-correct, opinion? What opinion have you lost people for? What opinion has gotten you ostracized, or has been constantly attack?
Why do you continue to hold this opinion? What do you see in it that no on, or few others, can?

 No.2969

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Alternatively, do you just not give any shits about politics?

 No.2970

>>2969
I don't agree with the current 2 party system in America. It all seems too artificially black & white, if that makes any sense. If you aren't a Democrat then you have to be a Republican, if you're pro-gun laws then you must be a Russian sympathizer and a commie, etc. etc.

 No.2971

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I'm very anti-capitalist. And I live in the US.

 No.2972

>>2970
It does.
I'm pretty sure it's meant to be like that. As in, it's meant to polarize voters when it comes to social issues that shouldn't even be considered that big of a deal while collectively screwing them when it comes to things that should.

Really, it would make a lot more sense to have more parties but it costs more to buy off more than two candidates so I don't know how likely you are to see it.

 No.2973

I think that being patriotic just because, rather than being proud of your country for its' accomplishments is silly. I have been shunned several times for pointing out flaws or mistakes of my country.

 No.2974

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>>2969
Yeah, it's not that I don't give a shit or that I'm complacent with the current state of the world, it's just pretty much the least pleasant thing to talk about and it breeds internet arguments. I'm honestly having a hard time believing that setting /wild/ to this topic wasn't a massive troll designed to set Uboachan aflame.

 No.2975

>>2974

Well, good thing that nothing seems to be happening then. I guess we really are as apathetic as /n/ would suggest…

 No.2976

Genocide of my country would be a good thing.

 No.2977

Machines are the only ones fit to run the justice system, the law is just the programing.

 No.2978

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>>2977
I almost agree with this, but then I remember that there's a good side to subjective judgment as well: forgiveness.

Both the person who pointlessly slaughters an innocent child, and the person who kills to avenge something horrible done to them or their loved ones technically committed the same crime—but in my opinion, the sentence should be more lenient for the latter, who had a more justified motive, or at least an understandable reason to do what they did.

I think there are probably clearer, more poignant examples, and even actual cases, but I can't be bothered to think of them right now. What I'm saying is, there should be some flexibility in sentences, and machines would be ill-fit to know when using it would be appropriate.

 No.2979

>>2974
With the current state of the world, not attempting to learn why it is as it is and doing what you can to do it is pretty irresponsible and dumb. Who cares if it starts internet arguments? it's something genuinely worth arguing over, especially if you can have an actual debate. Besides, this is an anonymous board, it's not like there's much personal pressure and anxiety involved in an argument unless you attach a name to it and get overbearingly emotional.

 No.2980

>>2978
There's also the question of whether computers would even care about human freedom or any other value we hold dear. It seems more likely to me that it would just run society as peak efficiency, and the only way to do that would be to run everybody like hamsters in wheels in positions they can't escape.

If you had a government that was as sophisticated as a super-computer, it would be capable of doing what governments now can't hope to do thanks to human incompetence: create an all-powerful, all-seeing ruling apparatus capable of effectively controlling all human action. Fuck that.

 No.2981

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>Using computers to run the justice system
>Which are actually programmed by humans
>Hence, prone to commit the same errors
>Can't be flexible, and given a case where they have no information about because nobody input'd 'em with the correct data, it leaves a whole hole in the system for criminals to use as they please.
>Can be bugged
>Can be completely fucked up by H0xrrs

Yeah, right…

 No.2982

Bluepill errewher

 No.2983

>>2981
Where do you get these crackle cradle fanart holy shit.

 No.2984

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>>2983
あれはひ・み・つ。

 No.2985

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>>2971
I know this feel

 No.2986

>>2984
the fuck am i looking at



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