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Thread: Ah Germany, clearly the VIDEO is the issue

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    Default Ah Germany, clearly the VIDEO is the issue

    https://twitter.com/Polizei_WH/statu...97570111459330

    Google Translated:

    "We have realizations that videos of the execution of the crime circulate on the net.
    Discontinue the retransmission - we will consistently initiate criminal proceedings against EVERY one who posts / publishes / publishes a video for violence (§ 131 StGB)!"

    Google translate. Basically a man (I'll let you guess which culture group he's from) brutally murders a woman with his vehicle and an ax. If you live in a country that still has freedom you can locate the video on-line, its seen from a distance so it isn't visually nauseating but conceptually its fucking awful. And of course the German police top priorities is to make sure no one can see the video because than people might start thinking incorrectly.

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    You're just a weird little fucker, aren't you? I understand that this sort of thing makes your willy go ping, but the victim of a brutal crime should not be used as some sort of snuff fapping fuel for creeps like you. Watch normal porn like normal people. Don't watch videos of women getting axe-murdered. Don't watch videos of nazis gunning down people in a mosque or at a synagogue. Stop trying to dig up murder-videos to fap to, or, if you can't do that, then at least have the good sense not to post a "look at what I found while browsing through goat-porn" thread while you're still soiled and spent, you utter tit.
    Last edited by Aimless; 10-27-2019 at 07:18 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewkowski View Post
    And of course the German police top priorities is to make sure no one can see the video because than people might start thinking incorrectly.

    Or maybe it's only there to incite sick fucks like you. Jesus, man. Get some help.

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    It's just a steaming pile of horseshit. Contrast his creepy post about this with his reactions to the series of filmed & streamed white supremacist murders of immigrants that we've seen this year. Fap fap fap.
    Last edited by Aimless; 10-28-2019 at 03:12 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aimless View Post
    You're just a weird little fucker, aren't you? I understand that this sort of thing makes your willy go ping, but the victim of a brutal crime should not be used as some sort of snuff fapping fuel for creeps like you. Watch normal porn like normal people. Don't watch videos of women getting axe-murdered. Don't watch videos of nazis gunning down people in a mosque or at a synagogue. Stop trying to dig up murder-videos to fap to, or, if you can't do that, then at least have the good sense not to post a "look at what I found while browsing through goat-porn" thread while you're still soiled and spent, you utter tit.
    Ah the pro censorship side of the community speaks. Crazy how you think the German police should spend more time going after people uploading videos than they are in making sure more women aren't beheaded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewkowski View Post
    of course the German police top priorities is to make sure no one can see the video
    Quote Originally Posted by Lewkowski View Post
    the German police should spend more time going after people uploading videos than they are in making sure more women aren't beheaded.
    How fucking stupid do you have to be to believe the entire country only has one police department that can only handle one issue at a time?
    "In a field where an overlooked bug could cost millions, you want people who will speak their minds, even if they’re sometimes obnoxious about it."

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    ... and where is it reported that this is a 'top priority' for the German police?

    Or did you make it up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewkowski View Post
    https://twitter.com/Polizei_WH/statu...97570111459330

    Google Translated:

    "We have realizations that videos of the execution of the crime circulate on the net.
    Discontinue the retransmission - we will consistently initiate criminal proceedings against EVERY one who posts / publishes / publishes a video for violence (§ 131 StGB)!"

    Google translate. Basically a man (I'll let you guess which culture group he's from) brutally murders a woman with his vehicle and an ax. If you live in a country that still has freedom you can locate the video on-line, its seen from a distance so it isn't visually nauseating but conceptually its fucking awful. And of course the German police top priorities is to make sure no one can see the video because than people might start thinking incorrectly.
    You realize the same rules apply to videos of violent, far right crimes, right?
    Hope is the denial of reality

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    And let's not forget the privacy of the victims here , since you claim to care about victims. Or that these kind of videos are also used as inspiration and for propaganda purposes by other potential terrorists, so I guess it is a priority of the police..
    Keep on keepin' the beat alive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flixy View Post
    since you claim to care about victims
    NARRATOR: he did not care about the victims
    I'll lend you my essence for your rusted throne, and you could bring back the light to the last home of civilisation without which I'm gone
    So take this godsoul to bring forth a new dawn, I'll forgive the death you've earned, the cities you've burned, the lessons we've learned
    For all that remains, just sacrifice me. I'll hide away in a castle on the sea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
    You realize the same rules apply to videos of violent, far right crimes, right?
    I'm aware that Germany loves their censorship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flixy View Post
    And let's not forget the privacy of the victims here , since you claim to care about victims. Or that these kind of videos are also used as inspiration and for propaganda purposes by other potential terrorists, so I guess it is a priority of the police..
    Should we have not broadcast 9/11 footage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewkowski View Post
    Should we have not broadcast 9/11 footage?
    When did this conversation become about America? A moment ago I thought we were talking about Germany.


    ...wait, you're deflecting again aren't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmperorNorton View Post
    When did this conversation become about America? A moment ago I thought we were talking about Germany.


    ...wait, you're deflecting again aren't you?
    I'm asking a question to clarify someone's position about showing footage of crimes.

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    If you live in a country that still has freedom you can locate the video on-line, its seen from a distance so it isn't visually nauseating but conceptually its fucking awful.
    Lewk Jr. will probably figure out how to view Lewk's fucking awful video-viewing archive. oops?

    And of course the German police top priorities is to make sure no one can see the video because than people might start thinking incorrectly.
    FREEEDOM means you have to watch a lot of snuff porn before you can condemn it?

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