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[–] badruns 1 points 6 points (+7|-1) ago 

Up to a certain point, people are largely the same. What makes up many of the differences between ideologies is what information they've been exposed to and how it was presented to them. Most of society's ills could be solved by people actively searching for information instead of just digesting whatever is given them with whatever spin was added.

I'm sure she truly believed diversity is strength because she and others aren't told about the problems that come along for the ride. Because she isn't told, she doesn't even consider the alternatives.

I can't say I don't sympathize with her. Most people get red pilled through life experiences eventually. This is one hell of a black pill she had to swallow. It showed everything she's been told up to this point is a lie - and there's the rape on top. If she didn't have anyone to rely on (thanks feminism), she probably didn't have another way to cope.

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[–] tarnished_spoons 1 points 3 points (+4|-1) ago 

Most of society's ills could be solved by people actively searching for information instead of just digesting whatever is given them with whatever spin was added.

Essentially, public school has brought about the downfall of the west.

Most people get red pilled through life experiences eventually. This is one hell of a black pill she had to swallow.

There is no "black pill". Stop using that term. It disposes the original metaphor (blue pill is the lies society has constructed around you, red pill is seeing the lies) in favor of identifying ideologies with colors. Of course, my ideology is the blackest, just like my heart.

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[–] badruns 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

What does red food coloring look like when it's in its bottle? Black. It's the same thing, just more concentrated.

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[–] OneRedShoe 2 points 1 points (+3|-2) ago 

Trying to bring peace should not deserve rape.