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[–] VoatsNewfag 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago 

Welcome. I find it a bit ironic that you made such a wall of text given your username.

This is anti-productive in all regards, unless the desired product is social division.

I sometimes wonder if some of the hardcore SJW politicians, mods or journalists are ex-liberals that eventually became redpilled and now intentionally act the way they do to create resistance by taking liberal beliefs to their logical extremes. Almost like reverse psychology.

Though chances are that the liberal elites are simply well aware of voting patterns - white men tend to vote for limited right leaning governments, women (especially non-white women), muslims, blacks and hispanics on the hand tend to vote for left leaning authoritarian governments.

And surprisingly the groups that statistically vote left are portrayed as well meaning people that if they ever do anything wrong did so because they didn't meant to, didn't know better or because white people structurally oppressed them; whereas groups that vote right tend to be demonized for every minor thing they do (like the way they sit in the bus #manspreading) and get made responsible for every bad thing in the world. They don't even care that these groups shouldn't be able to coexist (feminists and muslims, for example).

I bet that if muslims and blacks would start to vote right the left would be the first to send them into concentration camps / gulags.


[–] Apollo821 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

A phrase I like to remind myself of when I want to absolutely strangle someone is "Everyone is the hero in their own life story"

Nobody is ever the bad guy in their own mind, so pointing out to them that they are is problematic, because they'll obviously become defensive. It takes a lot to get someone to realize they're actually the asshole.


[–] VoatsNewfag 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

A phrase I like to remind myself of when I want to absolutely strangle someone is "Everyone is the hero in their own life story"

Nobody is ever the bad guy in their own mind

That's true for many people, perhaps even most people, but it's not true for everyone, the columbine shooters for example were to my knowledge not disillusioned about what they were doing but intentionally wanted to cause harm and suffering. That's an extreme case, but it happens regularly on a much smaller scale.

Now, I don't think it's fair to assume sinister intentions behind people, so instead I find it useful to figure out if there is an individual freedom that they argue against that should be widely accepted and then ask them if people should have that freedom. I'll give an example;

I've overheard a discussion in which a girl viciously condemned a friend because he said that he wanted to have a girlfriend who stays at home and does housework and he didn't seem to know how to react to that. So I asked her if a man should have the right to decide for himself with whom he wants to spent his life with, as that is the basic freedom she is arguing against. She was noticeably uncomfortable with that question and gave non-answers, so I kept repeating that question and she didn't even gave excuses or justifications, not even a "yes but..." or a "so you want them to have the right to marry 8 year olds", instead she always tried to change the topic.

Which to me suggests that she didn't want men to have the right to decide with whom they spent their lives with and that she was very well aware that this was not a noble position to take.

If you ask the right questions people can reveal very twisted beliefs.


[–] Schreiber 2 points 0 points (+2|-2) ago  (edited ago)

All I can say is fuck democracy.

Far right authoritarian government is the only solution.

Democracy might work in some countries but not all. It doesn't work in America with today's demographics (I mean literally the voter base consist of mexican NATIONALS aka illegal foreigners lmao).

American democracy is like the biggest joke of the century.


[–] daxs_dick 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

democracy is the worst form of government, except for all the others

not that i disagree an 'empire' would solve a lot of issues if the emperor was wise, god-fearing, and benevolent. but the position would be coveted and ultimately abused after his death (most likely assassination), or there will be a group conspiring to overthrow him if they don't get their way.