This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
16 submissions to SJWHate
5 submissions to politics
4 submissions to whatever
3 submissions to news
2 submissions to KotakuInAction
This user has so far shared a total of 29 links, started a total of 12 discussions and submitted a total of 262 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 5331 and downvoted 211 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 3893 and downvoted 168 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
Minneapolis councilwoman who doxxed constituents now claiming to be victim of social media harrassment, submitted: 12/31/2015 3:56:46 PM, 240 points (+240|-0)
Shortly after being elected, the first female Somali Muslim legislator has likely faked a hate crime, submitted: 12/23/2016 2:30:41 PM, 204 points (+211|-7)
Department of Labor website declares the wage gap to be real. Discrimination is the cause and other factors irrelevant. Sources broken links and feminist think tanks., submitted: 5/18/2016 2:25:27 PM, 147 points (+148|-1)
Apparently Standing Rock hired Strong Bad to make their logo, submitted: 2/4/2017 10:13:09 PM, 94 points (+94|-0)
TIL about Erin Pizzey. She founded the first domestic violence shelter, and was forced to flee Britain from violence threatening feminists., submitted: 7/30/2016 1:28:11 PM, 84 points (+85|-1)
5 lowest rated submissions:
Milo Yiannopoulos is pretty popular here. I watched this 3 hour Joe Rogan experience. Milo seems pretty cool overall, but thought it was odd that he is anti-net nuetrality and also AGW-denying. , submitted: 10/18/2015 1:53:09 AM, 0 points (+1|-1)
The Picobrew Zymatic. What is even the point of homebrewing with one of these things?, submitted: 6/3/2016 1:19:54 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)
My recommendation for an excellent Riff: Jurassic Park with Weird Al. Who knew Weird Al would be so good at this?, submitted: 6/11/2016 9:25:06 PM, 2 points (+3|-1)
Anti-gentrification artists move into 'diverse' neighborhood. Get vandalized and fail to swallow red pill., submitted: 2/10/2017 4:32:02 AM, 2 points (+3|-1)
On the topic of hate speech... It wasn't too long ago that uncomfortable politics were prosecuted as "obscene"., submitted: 6/12/2016 1:21:41 AM, 3 points (+3|-0)
3 highest rated comments:
Claudius 13 points 54 points 67 points (+67|-13) ago
A few complaints about this video: First, the speaker suggests that there is an organized propaganda front like that seen in the USSR. She says that elites are driving a narrative the way that Stalin and his party did. However, until she names these elites this sounds like nothing more than a conspiracy theory. We can name Stalin, we can name Trotsky, the citizens of the USSR knew who those elites were. Why can't the speaker name the leftist elites who control our present day media?
My second gripe is that the speaker is woefully blind to the failings of her own group. She claims that conservatives don't try to control thought. She even says the religion is a buffer against the state, religious institutions being one of the main protectors of individual thought. That is laughable. Religion has always tried (and succeeded) in homogenizing thought and behavior. The speaker says that one of the ways that the left enforces thought norms is by subjecting dissidents to personal isolation. Sound familiar? This is exactly what religious institutions have always done to blasphemers and nonbelievers. Excommunication is the classic example. Unfortunately, the speaker has taken a universal issue, denied the culpability of her own group, and sandwiched this into a left/right dichotomy that doesn't really exit.
Claudius 0 points 30 points 30 points (+30|-0) ago
Don't you know that if you put quotes around a word, it invalidates the word? See, they said "censorship" with quotes. That means it isn't censorship! Come on, guys. Get with it!
Claudius 0 points 29 points 29 points (+29|-0) ago
Banning behavior, not ideas. Remember that one? Lolololololol
3 lowest rated comments:
Claudius 2 points -2 points 0 points (+0|-2) ago
Guys...look at the logic here:
The IRS is prosecuting more right wing groups than left wing groups ==> the IRS is biased against right wing groups.
The police are arresting more black men than white/asian men ==> the police are racist against black men.
When people drop [Judeo-Christian religions], they don't stop yearning for religious certitude, so what they end up with is secular religious certitude, and they are at least as scary. submitted by Claudius to SJWHate
Claudius 2 points -2 points 0 points (+0|-2) ago
Okay, I'll bite. It seems to me that Judeo-Christianity is a way to refer to Abrahamic religions while excluding Islam. Islam introduces a whole host of militarism and cruelty that doesn't exist in either Judaism or Christianity. I won't pretend that Judaism or Christianity are great, honestly. Being Abrahamic, they are both orthodox and hegemonic. However, is it invalid to refer to Judeo-Christianity as a way to refer to Abrahamic religion with the exclusion of Islam?
Claudius 1 points -1 points 0 points (+0|-1) ago
False. In a completely free market, Comcast would be a natural monopoly.