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Hmmm .... difficult, difficult ....

Can I hate? I do not think so. Assuming that I want to erase everything I hate in the same breath, I don't think I have much to do with hatred. Certainly it happens often enough that I'm madly mad at something, but that goes by quickly. When I hear about things like R34 and Gore I have my own spell and it's called 'Ignoranzia Unseen'.
Should someone still get on my nerves with something like that, I can still take up the fight (and I have a lot of flywheel under my tank.
You can't forbid anyone to hate, after all, we are only human and hate cannot be suppressed forever. I didn't vote for either of the two because you can't forbid anyone to hate, on the other hand, you should keep your hates a bit within limits, but that doesn't just apply to Bronytum, but to the general public.
i have the feeling that we use different points of view to hate.
like swear words, they seem to lose meaning.
(27.03.2013) Andorius wrote: [->]i have the feeling that we use different points of view to hate.
like swear words, they seem to lose meaning.

I think this loss of meaning somehow shows up in a lot of things. Especially using the example of things like hatred or insults that you just mentioned. Especially when I listen a little in my circle of acquaintances, verbs like 'hate' are used quite often .. This hate inflation is probably really no longer nice somewhere .. But well, you can't do much about it without yourself despite everything to think about when the word hate is really dissuaded ..

Speaking of this hate inflation, maybe we should really think about what content we want to fill the term hate with at all.
What I find very interesting and quite well worded is probably the post from Dreadnought, which opens this page
(27.03.2013) Dreadnought wrote: [->]Assuming that I want to erase everything I hate in the same breath [...]
short and painless
Everyone is allowed to hate, but they should have a GOOD reason for it.
Not only you annoyed me 3 years ago I hate you: '- (
but bullies are allowed to be hated and when they start to beat up properly
Well I would say so. Because I doubt that everyone is now really echoing the motto L&T. I'm honest I didn't always echo it.
I walk a fine line:

If you always advocate L&T - no.
I took a really great picture once


I think it should be clear ... I hate all I want ... pretty little so but I hate!
Even the ponies on the series hate certain things.
It's always just a question of how much you define this hatred and let it spread.
As long as you don't hurt anyone, hating shouldn't be a problem.
Because it is one of our typical and normal emotions, hate also has a right to exist.
Remember that you can tolerate things you hate.
Likewise, everything in the world is to be loved, unrealistic and not human.
"Are Bronys allowed to hate?"
Are people allowed to hate? => Or should they not? (rhetorical question)
Since "hate" is a feeling, it is only human to hate at times.
I agree with Ezi ^^ you can hate but you should also have a reason for what blind hatred can do, you know. I do not adhere to L&T at certain points. For example, I could not have any tolerance for National Socialism, although it is an extreme example, you would violate what I mean. Just because that's a Brony motto we don't have to blindly follow it, it's just a quality we want for everyone, but unfortunately that's not the case, but we can convey it.
So I have already personally experienced twice that this resolution is not kept And that's still open, although the two users don't know each other
(May 18, 2013) Lakelight Sparkle wrote: [->]Even the ponies on the series hate certain things.
It's always just a question of how much you define this hatred and let it spread.
As long as you don't hurt anyone, hating shouldn't be a problem.
Because it is one of our typical and normal emotions, hate also has a right to exist.
Remember that you can tolerate things you hate.
Likewise, everything in the world is to be loved, unrealistic and not human.

I see it the same way. Hate is an emotion, a basic building block of human beings. To suppress this "reflex" is not healthy in the long run. You can hate everything, the only difference is whether I show it publicly or think my part. Also, in my opinion, there is a difference between hating and tolling. Just because you love it doesn't mean you have to like it. Nobody can forbid you whether you hate something or not, in my opinion that has nothing to do with the motto. Of course you also have to consider how the motto should be interpreted.

In case anyone is interested, I deliberately do not stick to the motto. That's why I call me unbrony, I don't care. I romp around everything by nature, but also give my opinion if I don't like something. This is a basic instinct, showing dissatisfaction. And nothing will change about that, which is why I am not changing anything.

So, done.
It's just ridiculous to assume that a Bronie should always be friendly and stick to the motto Love and Tolerate.
Hatred belongs to the human nature, someone who is not capable of it is in my eyes lost in this society. ^^
At a certain point, tolerance stops. Unfortunately, that's the way it is and from this point on, in my opinion, it can very quickly turn into negative emotions, if not even into hate.
So yes!
Bronies have a right to hate too.
What is much more relevant to me, what happens after that?
The important thing is to deal with such hatred. Addresses the topic (factually) and does not generalize it under any circumstances.

Example: You go to the disco, a foreign citizen comes up to you and hits you because he thinks you looked at his girlfriend stupidly.

This guy will probably never be sympathetic to you, but you should NOT say: "All foreigners are thugs!"
I think we Bronies just make up how we hate in that regard. We don't want it, but we are allowed if it happens and we try to work it off again afterwards, that's at least how I assess those bronies that I know (both from life and from "Bronies.de").

Regarding the motto: This cannot always be kept. A person cannot do this without extreme discipline, but we try!
That is far more than many others do.
Yes, you may, we are not saints but simply a "community" that show a little more tolerance than others. L&T really shouldn't be viewed too strictly.
I would say that bronys are allowed to hate because they are normal people and not machines like before being brony
Bronies are people. Hate is part of being human, so why shouldn't one be allowed to hate? The problem is not the emotions themselves, but what you do about them.
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