is an argument analysis platform.

Negativity in the javascript community is becoming an issue

Calling criticism an issue is the real issue. Hate towards JS is often backed up with real arguments, like it's inconsistency (e.g. pointed out in Gary Bernhardt's Wat talk), inefficience when deploying large applications (having to minify the files or use webpack to minimize the size), and more

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Negativity within the JS community not negativity towards JS.

Rich countries must stop foreign aids to poor countries.

Some people have more than they need and could give to those in need.

Irrelevant Conclusion

We are talking about the risk/possibility of resources consumed excessively by making them as common goods when shared to poor countries, not whether by default resources are abundant in one place and lacking in the other places.

Cats are better than dogs

Haha, fair enough. You win on this point.

Irrelevant Conclusion

You are not giving any more evidence or another point, you are just stating an opinion.

Cats are better than dogs


Irrelevant Conclusion

A smiley face isn't an argument.

Rich countries must stop foreign aids to poor countries.

Helping the poor won't solve the problem of hunger. Even if the aid is in the form of helping countries increase their resource production (e.g. food), the central problem of ecology (i.e. excessive demand of resource) won't be solved. The central problem of hunger is overpopulation.

Irrelevant Conclusion

Helping the poor has nothing to do with overpopulation.

All people should live meaningful life.

At least you know what to do while spending time in this lame life. At least it's not going to be boring.

Pragmatic Fallacy

Might be a fallacy since the standard used to judge the concept "works" is a belief that it is going to make X (life) not Y (boring--which seems vague here).

All people should live meaningful life.

An effort to examine the construct is our action to find "the meaning".

Fallacy Of Irrelevant Purpose

Missing the point. It does not address the question.

In a democracy, voting should be limited to the intelligent, as assessed by a standardized intelligence test.

In a democracy, everyone should be able to vote.

Begging The Question

Should they? That is the entire contention of this question.

Feminism is not needed

It is.

Irrelevant Conclusion

It doesn't help the conversation at all, only agrees with the statement.