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Offline Lana Reverse

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Re: Not-Good Things People Say on the Internet
« Reply #1440 on: June 18, 2018, 11:23:42 pm »
https://allmalesocialistsociety.tumblr.com

Yeah, no satire involved at all in that blog.

I didn't know what the source was.
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« Reply #1441 on: June 19, 2018, 12:13:16 am »
To be fair Elliot Rodger did say exactly the same thing in his manifesto so I can understand mistaking it for serious.

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« Reply #1442 on: June 23, 2018, 05:14:30 pm »
Found in a thread discussing overpopulation:

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The problem is that Aryan founded civilized nations (Slavs and Asians do not do this) view the sub-Saharan blacks as equals/victims/inferiors-who-need-'help.' This artificially grows the population, but never improves their 'civilization' because they naturally keep having offspring until resources run out and then there is starvation ect… that requires more 'help' that further balloons their population, while shrinking the Aryan population as these resources are not going to Aryans who require a higher-standard of living i.e. more resources for each child. The 'help' also now means directly importing feral black males into Aryan homelands… who can we thank for this 'enrichment' lol

The fantasy example would be Elves (the stupid elf meme is equivalent to the holyjew dumb blonde meme) feeling sorry for the orcs/trolls being stupid, ugly, and aggressive and giving them everything they have including their females, till their are no more Elves to care for the greatly increased numbers of orcs/trolls and they go back to fighting over what is left, and nature once again rules.

Pathological altruism is embedded in the western mind via the devolutionary mind virus of Christianity, Communism, and now 'Social Justice'… interestingly enough all these anti-nature dogmas are creations of Jews.

If you really wanted to help the Blacks (I don't know why you should care if you are not Black) the answer is to institute a one child policy for black women, and sterilize black males. This would gradually make an improved hybridized version of their race, while still retaining the main characteristics as black genetics are dominant. A good example of this is Somalia, where Arabs have raped their black sex slaves for millennia. More recent examples include Chinese men in Africa impregnating black women… the result is the Blasian, AMxBF is an example of good hybridization. In contrast BMxWF produces basically just more blacks. Genetically a coal-burner's offspring will be Black.  The Coal-burner will have more in common genetically with a random white person than her own children.
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« Reply #1443 on: June 23, 2018, 05:40:08 pm »
Sorry but....I guess Genghis Khan's empire doesn't count.

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« Reply #1444 on: June 26, 2018, 04:03:59 am »
Being altruistic is a bad thing now.

Thanks alt-right.

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« Reply #1445 on: June 26, 2018, 04:09:35 am »
That was always a cornerstone of the Nazis horrid still born corpse of a political thought - altruism means you put someone before yourself, which equals weakness in their eyes. Because anyone not out for themselves is "doing it just to look good to others", or "is too weak to rely on strength and crush the weak".

It is from top to bottom a social darwinist ideology.
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« Reply #1446 on: June 26, 2018, 09:43:49 am »
Being altruistic is a bad thing now.

Thanks alt-right.

That's been a thing since long before the alt-right was a lecherous gleam in the Tea Party's eyes.  Ever read Sutter Kane Ayn Rand?
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Re: Not-Good Things People Say on the Internet
« Reply #1447 on: June 27, 2018, 09:35:32 pm »


All the salt over this game - from both sides of the aisle - is absolutely hilarious. But I'd say the far-right's complaints are even more hysterical, considering how hilariously wrong they are. If the game's supposed to be anti-white propaganda, why are the bad guys as racially diverse as they are?
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« Reply #1448 on: June 28, 2018, 12:04:59 am »
Because obviously all rural white people are weird Scientology-esque cultists.
Or something.

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Re: Not-Good Things People Say on the Internet
« Reply #1449 on: June 28, 2018, 12:51:13 am »
All of the butthurt is especially funny because the game tries so hard not to offend any one group in the first place. It features a racially diverse and all-inclusive Christian fundamentalist cult that never once throughout the entire game mentions God or Jesus and uses generic mind control drugs instead of an actual ideology to keep its people in line. You can practically hear Ubisoft's collective vertebrae creaking under the strain of bending so far over backwards to not offend anyone specific.

That said, these are the "this game was made by a diverse team of all different races and religions who all love each other so very very much" guys, so I suppose it's to be expected.
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« Reply #1450 on: June 28, 2018, 03:01:33 am »
a) We already talked about that when the trailer came out and then again when the game came out.

b) The "heroes" of the game are also conservative right-wingers who stockpile guns for a revolution against the government, torture and execute unarmed enemies, murder people for the sake of preventing them from voting, and in general would be perfectly at home as the main character of a Tom Clancy novel.

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https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2018/06/27/milo-wants-vigilantes-start-killing-journalists-and-hes-not-being-ironic

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“I can’t wait for the vigilante squads to start gunning journalists down on sight,”

...Says Milo.

Some much for the calls for civility and the peaceful-Right.

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Andrew Anglin, the neo-Nazi editor of the Daily Stormer, was especially pleased. He wrote that “killing journalists is an awesome position to promote,” and that doing so might successfully rebrand Yiannopoulos: “Now that is a sentiment I can get behind.”

...Yeah, I'm sure that the Nazis are the ones who deserve sympathy. /s
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« Reply #1451 on: June 28, 2018, 08:53:40 am »
Ya know, if they're flinging shit about something this laughable and inoffensive, it makes me wonder what a fuckstorm we'd have had if Ubisoft had spine and decided to show what fundamentalist doomsday cults actually look like, demographically.  SPOILER ALART: They tend to be about as monochromatic as a sheet of blank printer paper.
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« Reply #1452 on: June 28, 2018, 10:48:45 am »
Well, considering the political climate, I don't blame them for wanting to avoid controversy.
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« Reply #1453 on: June 28, 2018, 04:59:13 pm »
Funny, since they'd probably have made more money with it than without.  Giving it even more media attention than it already got would've sent sales even further into the realms of utter madness.  Let's not forget that, despite the fact it was a completely mediocre and forgettable game, Hatred was one of Steam's best sellers, outpacing the likes of fucking Grand Theft Auto V, CS:GO, and The Witcher 3.  Hatred sold fucking gangbusters.  If Ubisoft weren't so dedicated to their course with Far Cry 5, they could've basically been given a money printer and told to go hog wild with it.
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Re: Not-Good Things People Say on the Internet
« Reply #1454 on: July 07, 2018, 11:24:34 pm »


Damn Nazis, always encouraging free thought and open dissent.
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