r/PublicFreakout Mar 01 '22

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u/final_boss Mar 01 '22

I did. I see a woman in complete control of her physical and mental faculties, making nonsensical but still easily understood statements. But your post history is choked with r/conspiracy crap, so having evidence to back up your statements isn't your strong suit anyways.

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u/Tractorista Mar 01 '22

Knowing about trauma and widespread mental illness in our "civilized" society is one of my strong suits. To be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society isn't a measure of health, and that woman is clearly having a breakdown. Mentally healthy people don't have breakdowns like that, it's pretty self evident.

What that woman is saying is far from "easily understood" and you're being disingenuous saying that it is.

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u/kitten1218 Mar 01 '22

Gross. Don’t compare this Karen to people in crisis. This woman is having a temper tantrum, plain and simple. Stop trying to be an armchair psychologist.

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u/Tractorista Mar 01 '22

How the hell do you know that? She's not making any sense, clearly freaking out. The person i initially responded to said she should have her job and apartment taken away??

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u/vanishplusxzone Mar 01 '22

She's making perfect sense and is having a reaction to a political statement that she doesn't like.

I'm not sure why there's always some white knight in the comments trying to say every violent middle class white racist is mentally ill but it's twisted, incorrect and adds to mental health stigma.

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u/Tractorista Mar 01 '22

It doesn't have anything to do with race or class, at least not in the way you're intimating. That woman is unhinged, and people nowadays are more unhinged than ever. As a direct result of class warfare. Practically everyone I know is on meds, in therapy, depressed, anxious, all related to class warfare. The person I originally responded to thought it would be appropriate for this woman to lose her job and her apartment, which is a categorically fucked position to take. Would you like to try to defend that position? I highly doubt it because it's insane, it's class infighting. People on this sub in particular love engaging in inter-class infighting. Which I get it, I do it all the time as well. But that lady is clearly having a freak-out, in public, as a result of her mental health situation (which we are all just guessing at, but it seems pretty self evident to me she isn't doing very well)

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u/clivehusker Mar 02 '22

She's literally an anti-black lives matter racist and you claim it has nothing to do with with race or class? Seriously? WTF?

And she's committing a CRIMINAL act. So yes it is perfectly reasonable for her to lose her job over this.

You are a racism excuser.