When Is Speech Violence? – The New York Times, a major war crime publication wonders is language can kill. Yes, it certainly can! Of course, the New York Times is blaming everyone but themselves and their allies and buddies of talking violence. Hell’s bells, the left including the NYT celebrates not just talking about killing Trump and his family but praise people who enact this on stage in New York Central Park! They think this sort of violent junk is ‘art’ and therefore, good. But talking back at liberals is a crime, using words liberals don’t like is evil and those people should be punished.
Imagine that a bully threatens to punch you in the face. A week later, he walks up to you and breaks your nose with his fist. Which is more harmful: the punch or the threat?
Each one is different. One can be arrested for making a threat but the punishment is much more severe if one uses force. This is why ANTIFA should be disbanded and eliminated. They are very, very violent.
The answer might seem obvious: Physical violence is physically damaging; verbal statements aren’t. “Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”
Oh, words do hurt a lot! But the cure is to LAUGH at the words. Ahem. Not kill the person saying stuff. Thin skinned people don’t belong in politics. For example, I really loved my alternative name in NYC: The Housewife from Hell. The media giants and politicians who called me that were horrified when I was totally happy with that new name and still, today, love it. I hope it is engraved on my gravestone.
On the other hand, if someone is easily hurt when people talk wrong, they should live in a safe home with doors shut and windows covered. Or they can grow up and learn how to take control of words tossed at oneself.
But scientifically speaking, it’s not that simple. Words can have a powerful effect on your nervous system. Certain types of adversity, even those involving no physical contact, can make you sick, alter your brain — even kill neurons — and shorten your life.
I once got involved in a case where one drunk said to another drunk in the street, ‘I’ll kill you dead’ to which the other said, ‘I will kill you deader.’ One of them we arrested. Not because of the words but because the ‘kill deader’ one stabbed the other in the chest, killing him nearly instantly.
Your body’s immune system includes little proteins called proinflammatory cytokines that cause inflammation when you’re physically injured. Under certain conditions, however, these cytokines themselves can cause physical illness. What are those conditions? One of them is chronic stress.
Lisa Feldman Barrett, a professor of psychology at Northeastern University, is the author of “How Emotions Are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain.”
So, she does the ‘psychology’ thing. Obviously, this pampered protected female never fought with weapons or bare hands, she never jumped criminals or played medieval war games while wearing armor.
The words I used when fighting were, ‘You are under arrest!’ It used to work but thanks to stupid liberals, criminals now fight off cops and anyone else as much as possible, they don’t surrender easily anymore. Now, naked force has to be used, and then liberals complain when major force is used. They want us all to talk nice except virtually no liberal talks nice at all, they issue orders and can be as obscene or cruel as possible and we are to stay silent and obey them with no objections.
Silly geese. Life is all about fighting. This female writing this editorial is teaching young people with little life experience, how to think. Rats. They will be as worthless as she in examining what ‘reality’ really is. She is going to learn the hard way that violence is ten thousand times worse than mere words.
The words, ‘I am going to kill you deader’ don’t kill, it is prelude to the knife being plunged into the chest. Dummy.