Profile overview for alele-opathic.
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This user has so far shared a total of 12 links, started a total of 11 discussions and submitted a total of 474 comments.

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Submissions: This user has upvoted 173 and downvoted 39 submissions.

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Remember when Joan Rivers said Obama is the first gay president and Michelle Obama is a tranny? Then she was killed a week later. submitted by hels to whatever

alele-opathic 1 points 37 points (+38|-1) ago

Also, the testimony of Obama's boyfriend Larry Sinclair (before his death too): (this is a full link - a short one is here)

This is a hard to find gif of Michael Obama's swinging nuts on the Ellen Degenerate show:

Also worth noting that Joan was just going in for a routine examination (with a doctor she was very familiar with) when she suddenly died. Lots of shady there.

EDIT: Fixed link. DOUBLE EDIT: Sinclair isn't dead.

Equality... submitted by Some_Guy_from_RI to gifs

alele-opathic 0 points 24 points (+24|-0) ago

That was his girlfriend. In another link I can't find now, supposedly she just asked to bum money off of him, and he told her that he had nothing, then proceeded to order a beer and food. She was pissed and this ensued.

Account Deleted By User submitted by staunchly to videos

alele-opathic 0 points 21 points (+21|-0) ago

To bad this fb and twitter generation will grow up thinking that whitey stole everything from blacks and blacks can't do no wrong

They won't though. This new generation seems to the most redpilled out of last 3. You would truly be impressed at how fast weaponized memes spread through social media. The new gen has no sense of privacy or identity, however, but one could argue that this applies to most of our populace regardless of generation.

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White people made this submitted by Reverse-Flash to videos

alele-opathic 5 points -5 points (+0|-5) ago

Something peculiar about your statement agrees 100% with mine.

> Implying that people living in the mountains make mountains beautiful

No, my statement does not, and can not, agree with yours. Even when you are being coy, you fail to make a valid point.

You seem to derive pleasure from pretending to know things about me.

That was a reach if I've ever seen one. Your lack of understanding is evidenced in your original statement - the mountainous ideas of small footprint, 'leave no trace', tiny housing, etc is all part of a cogent philosophy, a philosophy that does not agree with your premise, as key to mountain life is being invisible, essentially, so that others may enjoy nature unadulterated as well.

I've probably spent more time living in mountains than you. I think I grasp the appeal.

This is impossible to definitively verify over the internet, but read the above for a strong argument for why you're full of shit.

Protesters = people there to express 1st amendment rights :: Agitators = people bused in to riot submitted by Crensch to whatever

alele-opathic 4 points -4 points (+0|-4) ago

Although I am more of the opinion he was against us from the beginning, you may be correct, and if so, he wouldn't have had a choice.

While digging into Aaron Schwartz peculiar life right up until his heart attack in his 20s (he basically single-handedly stopped SOPA/PIPA, created RSA encryption, etc), I realized that (((they))) seem to offer any very high performing/dangerous goyim a choice. It basically boils down to join us, or die. When they offer you the choice to join them, it is usually very subtle. In Aaron's case, for example, MIT wanted to give him a free ride, intel agencies (along with other security firms) offered him jobs, etc. He refused, and had a heart attack soon after.

This is a common pattern.

Mexico Police caught stealing during a raid submitted by Obeastiality to videos

alele-opathic 3 points -3 points (+0|-3) ago

Late response, but:

You're comparing 3 American officers stealing to a bunch of spic officers stealing

Yes. The crime is the same -- the only difference is the scale. You're arguing the moral privation fallacy. Their officers are their problem. We have our own crooks in uniforms to deal with. The rest of your post is drivel.