Profile overview for EloquentOgre.
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This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

1 submissions to news

1 submissions to TIL

1 submissions to whatever

This user has so far shared a total of 2 links, started a total of 1 discussions and submitted a total of 563 comments.

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Submissions: This user has upvoted 761 and downvoted 83 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 6976 and downvoted 672 comments.

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3 highest rated comments:

"It's too late for Germany": German feminist SJW admits she got it wrong on immigration, plans to emigrate to Poland submitted by tendiesonfloor to news

EloquentOgre 0 points 73 points (+73|-0) ago

These people never repent. From the sounds of it, these activists are just looking to move to Poland under false pretenses to start their poisonous treachery again all over. Even if her words are true, she made her bed, let her sleep in it, or start actively trying to delouse it, because there are generations that will come after her, the selfish bitch.

Avoid All Honeypot Demonstrations/Protests...Remain Scattered & Focused. Like the Election Meme War, This Tactic is Soros' Worst Nightmare. submitted by River_Otter to politics

EloquentOgre 5 points 62 points (+67|-5) ago

And for Christ's sake, if you do rally, start waving the American Flag, not the flag of a nation hostile to it, or one that symbolizes separatism and things much worse to a large portion of the country. Show pride in your nation, and the flag that we must demand represent once again.

My brother has been told he's not allowed to speak on hardships since he's a white male even though he's been homeless and dealt with shitty situations. submitted by SOULESS to whatever

EloquentOgre 0 points 56 points (+56|-0) ago

Yeah, I've been there, too - at my worst point, using a walker to get around, barely (and I mean barely), in excruciating pain, due to a brain trauma, spinal cord injury and maimed leg, homeless, in a years long fight for disability, so zero income, watching others getting put up in motels for months and the like while the shelter in town gave me all sorts of shit because of my ambulatory difficulties and because I was "so articulate". That unto itself was an unspoken barrier in getting a lot of aid - if you're an intelligent, educated white male, at the DHS, Social Security office, and other local aid agencies, as soon as they see your face, and hear you speak in a clear manner, you are shut out. "I'm sorry, there's nothing available. Here's a form."

Yeah, thanks ma'am. I'll just head out here, and get a six figure job then, after I spend the next two days bed ridden, recovering from the agony tax this trip will incur thanks to my broken fucking back. I will an asset to wherever I work, as I do most of my work lying on my belly at home, typing about a page every hour, struggling to keep focus, forgetting who my coworkers are, and otherwise being the office sideshow. Maybe they can construct a gibbet cage for me to lay around in, in the middle of the cubicle farm, that I may be a spectacle as I earn my white privilege moneys.

Sorry guys, heh - I am seething with bitterness over the days back when I truly believed in the system, and that things were fair, that need was what mattered. I had to learn the worst way that gender, race and a lot of other discriminatory and identity politique factors poisoned the system, and that the people involved in the bureaucracy were the heart of the sickness.

3 lowest rated comments:

Trump Wiped Out $14 Billion In Energy Regulations With The Stroke Of A Pen submitted by Joker68 to politics

EloquentOgre 14 points -10 points (+4|-14) ago

Draining the swamp my arse. Those lobbyists buzzing and croaking from the murk and muck are doing so as loud as ever.

Trump Budget Requires Work for Food Stamps submitted by pcdude to politics

EloquentOgre 14 points -9 points (+5|-14) ago

That'll teach me for getting all crippled and fucked in the brain by that hit and run driver.

At this point in the fiscal year, more refugees have entered US in FY2017 than in any of the previous ten years submitted by sand_mann to politics

EloquentOgre 4 points -4 points (+0|-4) ago

No. The blame lies in Trump not standing by his action and challenging it all the way to the Supreme Court.