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[–] ignorantoptimist 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I think most of us can realize that. However is it not good to know who's pushing the agenda on both sides? We know who it is for the most part. How do you step completely outside of the dialectic? I think the natural course is support those who are in your in group. White males need to wake up and stop being worried about being called racist or white supremacists. It's obvious to us that Q doesn't represent that mindset, he represents a civic nationalist mindset. Trump with his Israel love doesn't at least openly support our mindset either.

We need to go out and make white babies, teach them how to be real men and reject the bullshit society is spewing at them. I guess the true way to leave the dialectic is to turn off the t.v. the computer and live a life based on the principles America was founded on, not worrying about what anyone else says.

[–] DawnPendraig 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

As a mom of a white male you give me hope. I am doing my best he is an independent thinker and homeschooled but also very sensitive. The world will wreck him.

He loves everyone and couldn't imagine someone deciding he is racist or whatever.

As a kid in the 80s I saw far less hatred and racism than I do now. Everyone is so myopic and divisive.