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Wait. . . who?

I've never been happier with a President, and I can't even remember who was President before him. Shoot. . .. gay guy, right?
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:facepalm: I can't believe she went to the press with this.

Why wouldn't she win the NPC approved media outlets report this story as this?





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VICE News
‏Verified account @vicenews

Elizabeth Warren revealed the results of a DNA test Monday, bolstering both her claims to a Native American heritage — and the near-certainty that she’ll run for president in 2020

Sadly for her there are some press outlets that ARE actually free press and don't just copy past whatever their masters tell them



I would honestly say the Onion is more accurate than most media outlets at this point:

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The Onion
‏Verified account
Elizabeth Warren Disappointed After DNA Test Shows Zero Trace Of Presidential Material https://trib.al/k7LDljd


I just don't get it guys, can someone explain why people don't trust the media anymore???

It's like the left still thinks the internet doesn't exist and that because they have control over the msm that they are the only people who can spread a message or propaganda, etc.  This isn't even them being dumb, it's just pure delusion.  They are living in a world where they have their hands over their eyes and their fingers in their ears so that they don't notice that their level of control is all but dead. 

However even given the above, I still cannot fathom what would possibly make them think it would be a good idea to release her DNA test that showed what it has.  I've never seen a bigger foot in mouth scenario in politics.  It's a self own on a scale that is rarely ever seen and that is including actual suicides.

I've mentioned it in strugg, but it seriously seems like quite a bit of the left are still acting like it's February 2009, and they're still high on their initial hit of Obama-phoria.  It's even more pathetic when you consider that was almost a decade ago!   
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Free MPC Knockoff Forum / Re: Charlie Don't Meme
« Last post by As a white male I on Today at 01:04:51 PM »
The NPC meme is already spreading among the normies, or at least, outside political slapfighting. This popped up in a group for professional filmmakers today.


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That Affirmative Action case against Harvard is going before the Supreme Court.

You have Thots and transcreatrues sperging out how this is going to hurt the tech fields because women will be exiled in droves.


Good I say, good, let AA be burnt to the fucking ground like all those who spoke falsely that female ghostbusters were just as good as the originals.

Take away their right to vote as well!

A good path would be making all genders equally have to register for selective service to be able to vote. Then tell every female aged 19-35 they cannot vote because they did not apply within 1 year of their 18th birthday.

Best part about this is you could keep registration optional for women they just lose all gibs if they dont.
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:facepalm: I can't believe she went to the press with this.

Why wouldn't she win the NPC approved media outlets report this story as this?





Quote
VICE News
‏Verified account @vicenews

Elizabeth Warren revealed the results of a DNA test Monday, bolstering both her claims to a Native American heritage — and the near-certainty that she’ll run for president in 2020

Sadly for her there are some press outlets that ARE actually free press and don't just copy past whatever their masters tell them



I would honestly say the Onion is more accurate than most media outlets at this point:

Quote
The Onion
‏Verified account
Elizabeth Warren Disappointed After DNA Test Shows Zero Trace Of Presidential Material https://trib.al/k7LDljd


I just don't get it guys, can someone explain why people don't trust the media anymore???

It's like the left still thinks the internet doesn't exist and that because they have control over the msm that they are the only people who can spread a message or propaganda, etc.  This isn't even them being dumb, it's just pure delusion.  They are living in a world where they have their hands over their eyes and their fingers in their ears so that they don't notice that their level of control is all but dead. 

However even given the above, I still cannot fathom what would possibly make them think it would be a good idea to release her DNA test that showed what it has.  I've never seen a bigger foot in mouth scenario in politics.  It's a self own on a scale that is rarely ever seen and that is including actual suicides.


My favorite variation of this is the millineials amongst them who do know about the internet but think it is some secret back channel communication for cool liberal geeks that only they read. You often seem them drop the veil and talk openly and honestly about how their tactics on places like reddit and something awful. It is so bizarre to see someone argue liberal talking points with you then take 2 steps away from you and say loudly to their friend "I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT FAGGOT THINKS WE ACTUALLY CARE ABOUT RAPE OR RACISM".

They use mailing list online to organize what narratives to push while believing no one else can do the same. They push talking points brazenly and openly while ignoring the other people watching and commenting on them.
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"LOL at all the pearl clutching over "political disinformation" as if lies in politics is a new development..."

Yes, interesting, someone in strug mentioned a phenomenon that occurs when conversing with boomers I could relate to, from my experiences with my dad:

"theres been a few times i've been talking to boomers about planned parenthood, they'll be pretty deep into it so ill bring up the organ harvesting, and they shut down calling me crazy."

It depends how old and how open minded they are, and the distance from the new data they are hearing, and their perceived truths, but sure, we all arive at a world-view based on the accumulative data weve filterted and absorbed over the years.

When you are telling someone something new (provided it is rooted in fact) but this does not correspond with their wold-view, they are more likely to call you misinformed then to alter their world-view. People want to have their views confirmed, not challenged.


Related to this I saw a supposed doctor posting on reddit that said the idea of cancer cure being withheld is absurd because "it would make tons of money". It just blows my mind that seemingly educated people can be so narrow minded in their world view. Even excluding conspiracy theories unchecked cancer cure would cause population explosion. Withholding this makes selective offers of cure very powerful which is something more useful than money to people who already have more than enough bling.

Linking it to the planned parenthood views you can clearly see other possibilities like "the cure for cancer is half a baby worth of stem cells". I might even be looking at this backwards and stem cells are a cure all that is being applied to cancer. This also creates other perverse incentives for continued abortion as well as promiscuous unprotected sex.

The rich and powerful harvest every meaningful thing from the poor. Is it really that absurd they are harvesting fetus for life? How much of a human body can really be harvest for value beyond what we already know about organ donation? Look at Hillary she is fucking frankenstiens monster at this point!


If we provide models and sources designed to keep peoples world views intact, we create a pillow for their emotions, but it also makes it so that they are going to have a harder time dealing with dissent, alternative views, and reality in general, when it fails to succomb to their whims.

This is ultimately the problem with ideology, it loses the battle against biology, and therefore reaity.

It also severly lowers the chance that, over time,  these people will be able to admit they were wrong when confronted with facts that simply do not align with their perceived reality.

Modern day journalism thrives on this.

The Truth is not only the first conflict in war, but really in any conflict, regardless how minute and petty.

We are really only fighting over power with words, the ulltimate power, to power to establish perceived realities in each others heads, and we have cunning ways of doing so.

Red pills in meme form are powerful weapon exactly because they stick in the persons mind offering a "devil on the shoulder" alternative world view. They are literally word viruses that cannot be cured. It is great to send someone you hate down this path and watch their life spiral out of control as their false narrative collapses around them.

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Anything that causes sadbrains or self-awareness in democratic voters and makes them sit inside moping, getting high and binging netflix on election days is voter suppression.
Hello fellow #bluewave ReSisters! Do you suffer from anxiety about going out in public and interacting with others? Sure, who doesn't? Protip: smoke a bowl or two before heading to the polls to make voting a more bearable experience. See you on election day!
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Goon Acres / Re: D&D Funny Quotes Thread
« Last post by Hollywood Shabat Goy Yaro on Today at 12:37:18 PM »
I wonder if that goon who wants to destroy the wilderness has a hard on too for paving over American Indian tribal land to allow the filthy Global South to inhabit our wonderful country. 
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Jew York Times does an article explaining the NPC meme.

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The NPC meme fits neatly into this narrative and offers Mr. Trump’s online supporters an easy shorthand way to paint liberals as humorless prudes who say “Drumpf” because the HBO host John Oliver told them to, who march in protests and put on pink “pussyhats” because they’re the popular things to do, and whose views can’t withstand scrutiny.

(And then, when progressives object to a meme that portrays them as unthinking automatons, it becomes another piece of evidence: See? The left can’t take a joke.)

They were even kind enough to include a Q&A section at the end so all the NPCs out in reader land wouldn't be confused.

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Are these people actually trying to interfere in the election?

Probably not. Evidence suggests that these are mostly just attention-starved gamers looking to impress one another by “triggering the libs” with edgy memes. But not everyone gets the joke. State officials are already worried that voters will be fooled by deliberate social media campaigns that contain incorrect voting information. Similar types of disinformation spread on social media in 2016, which makes companies like Twitter nervous.

Are these Russian bots?

Probably not. (Although some of the NPC accounts may have been automated, there is no sign that Russia is involved in this.) Mostly, it appears to be a 4chan joke that spiraled into some mild voter suppression.

Aren’t you giving these trolls the attention they’re seeking by writing about them in The New York Times?

Yes, probably. But understanding how these things happen, and how easily joke memes can escape the internet’s seedy underbelly and morph into actual tools of influence, is part of understanding the mechanics of modern politics. As we’ve learned, ignoring trolls doesn’t always make them go away.


Back in the good olde days when some uberman doing great things bumped into or even trampled over some generic sheeple while doing great things no one cared.

Now if a tween post a meme it ruffles the FEATHERS OF A NATION!
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