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Goon Acres / Re: The Beta Male Thread
« Last post by OMNIPRESENT CYBERFILTH on Today at 06:00:30 AM »
Assuming it's true, and it's not just the rest of this fat lardass's meal, why would you take a pic of that and post it? What a faggot.

Combination of being so desperate for attention that he'll post shit that's pathos-inspiring embarrassment for anyone else and an unconscious thought that some other chick will pity cuddle him for a free meal since he's advertising he's a sad schlub.
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I never cared one way or the other about what fags got up to in the privacy of their own homes but jesus this perpetual victim schtick makes me want to see them all enrolled in the Syrian Diving Challenge.

yeah pretty much.  we're having a postal vote on gay marriage soon in australia, and the progressive mainstream are ramming gay marriage down everyone's throats so hard i'm 100% certain they're turning people who wouldn't otherwise give a fuck and would vote for it just to get it off the political plate against the idea.  my uncle a year ago at christmas said sure give the homos marriage, they can be as unhappy as me.  now he says 'why the fuck should i?'

these people are fuckwits.  when someone is told to do something by someone you don't recognise as being superior on whatever is in question, there's an innate tendency to do the exact opposite.  and the way to make outgroup, marginalised members of society into part of the ingroup isn't to lecture everyone on how you're bad for not loving the outgroup and wanting to suck and fuck them and have your children marry or turn into one, but have the outgroup become like the ingroup in the ways most people feel are important, and over time people will be comfortable with them.  the actual drives of most of these people relate to their religion of progressivism and signalling of their faith more than they do the actual causes of the people they are advocating, of course, so their failure to address the root causes of division which separate their pet groups is tremendously unsurprising.

i'll still vote for it; i'm not religious, all the consequential shit (getting kids in some way, being treated as a significant other for relationship breakdown, etc) is already in place so it's mostly symbolic, i'm sick of having it there as a cudgel to be used against the conservative parties, and fuck, maybe having a monogamous institution will have a calming effect on the tremendous urge of gay dudes to fuck everything (hahaha probably not but laying out all the velleities).

theyre not even gonna get married LOL
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iirc in a series of experiments in a western european country using basic game setups the researchers tried REALLY HARD to get players to discriminate against people of other ethnicities, but all they could ever get was evidence of discrimination in favour of the person's in-group.
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i'll still vote for it; i'm not religious, all the consequential shit (getting kids in some way, being treated as a significant other for relationship breakdown, etc) is already in place so it's mostly symbolic, i'm sick of having it there as a cudgel to be used against the conservative parties, and fuck, maybe having a monogamous institution will have a calming effect on the tremendous urge of gay dudes to fuck everything (hahaha probably not but laying out all the velleities).

If you let them win this one they will immediate move on to the next step without missing a beat. Tranny rights, gay quotas, mandatory cakes, whatever. This has been the pattern in every single country after well-meaning people agreed that gay marriage was acceptable.

Vote no to keep them fighting this one battle. Vote no, not because you disagree with this particular proposition, but because you disagree with the ones that will follow.
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You don't have to actively despise another group to prefer being around your own. When people on the alt-right express sentiments along the lines of, "I genuinely love my people and my history, see that they're under attack, and want to do all that I can to save them. I'm kept up at night with concern for the well-being of my children," they're generally being very sincere. You've constructed things in such a way that that possibility is considered laughable.

Really good post, this is the key part.
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OK, fine, I'll address it in full. Yes, communism is as bad as nazism/fascism. Yes, it had a higher bodycount (it did last a lot longer). And yes, it is more socially accepted, and yes there has been a half century of anti-nazi propaganda by the victors. But that doesn't mean:

-The nazis were misunderstood and they are getting bad press unfairly
-The "victors" were just the jews. The victors were the entire Allies--the nations of USA, UK, France, and Russia, and yeah we ALL, our entire govts, including the White Anglo Saxon parts, did a major push to expose the nazis for what they were.
-I think one reason the USSR gets a pass is because it lasted longer. If it had fallen under Stalin, it would probably be seen as worse. By the 60s, going Communist was a "FUCK YOU DAD" response by hippies to be edgy. By the 80s, even after Reagan's "Evil Empire" speech, they became our friends. They softened up a lot under Gorbachev, and by the time they fell it was more a wistful "well there go our biggest rivals, there won't be another enemy as good as them" thing.

No, it's not right that communism gets a pass. That doesn't mean we should take another look at fascism as being a good possible form of govt.

Who is saying that the nazis were "misunderstood"? The events leading up to World War 2 are largely misunderstood, and that is the problem. There is no good guys vs bad guys in history. There are only allies and enemies. Countries don't have principles, they have interests.

So I ask again, are you an open-minded person who is able to look at multiple sources of information and challenge beliefs which are generally held to be true? Will you watch the documentary?
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For religious reasons, I think that everyone has a certain amount of value and rights, even the dumbest "cure cow's constipation by licking anus" sub-Saharan. For that reason, I think pogroms, lynching, slavery, ethnic cleansing, and laws that depend on the race of who they're being enforced against are abhorrent. I'm fine with de facto segregation that results purely from voluntary movement of people according to their preferences and/or disparate outcomes due to genetics or cultural practices; I'm not fine with de jure segregation, or trying to enforce de facto with violence or threats.

I know that I'm a Nazi in the eyes of Antifa, and I do own a nice Hugo Boss jacket, but that doesn't mean I don't think people calling Dylan Roof a hero are fucking morons who I want nothing to do with.
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The citizens of liberal California voted "no" on gay marriage, and then it was taken to the US Supreme Court and made law nationwide because the evil bigots chose wrong. Don't assume a "no" vote will make it go away.

Interesting case in my little country. The previous government introduced so-called civil partnerships (gay marriage in disguise) despite overwhelming opposition from the public. Then the president ratified the law within hours, which is highly unusual as well. But our laws need a set of additional acts which describe how it will be carried out in reality (all the practical stuff), and those haven't been ratified or even agreed upon because some of the more right-leaning parties pussied out.

So we're stuck in a situation where by law you can get married if you are a gay couple but then no one can actually do it because the required judicial framework is missing.  :tuss:
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I never cared one way or the other about what fags got up to in the privacy of their own homes but jesus this perpetual victim schtick makes me want to see them all enrolled in the Syrian Diving Challenge.

yeah pretty much.  we're having a postal vote on gay marriage soon in australia, and the progressive mainstream are ramming gay marriage down everyone's throats so hard i'm 100% certain they're turning people who wouldn't otherwise give a fuck and would vote for it just to get it off the political plate against the idea.  my uncle a year ago at christmas said sure give the homos marriage, they can be as unhappy as me.  now he says 'why the fuck should i?'

these people are fuckwits.  when someone is told to do something by someone you don't recognise as being superior on whatever is in question, there's an innate tendency to do the exact opposite.  and the way to make outgroup, marginalised members of society into part of the ingroup isn't to lecture everyone on how you're bad for not loving the outgroup and wanting to suck and fuck them and have your children marry or turn into one, but have the outgroup become like the ingroup in the ways most people feel are important, and over time people will be comfortable with them.  the actual drives of most of these people relate to their religion of progressivism and signalling of their faith more than they do the actual causes of the people they are advocating, of course, so their failure to address the root causes of division which separate their pet groups is tremendously unsurprising.

i'll still vote for it; i'm not religious, all the consequential shit (getting kids in some way, being treated as a significant other for relationship breakdown, etc) is already in place so it's mostly symbolic, i'm sick of having it there as a cudgel to be used against the conservative parties, and fuck, maybe having a monogamous institution will have a calming effect on the tremendous urge of gay dudes to fuck everything (hahaha probably not but laying out all the velleities).

The citizens of liberal California voted "no" on gay marriage, and then it was taken to the US Supreme Court and made law nationwide because the evil bigots chose wrong. Don't assume a "no" vote will make it go away.

a 'no' vote won't.  it's a 'yes' vote that will make it go away, and that's why the majority of the country, who just haven't cared, would vote for it.  but the moral bullying and hectoring of the left is putting that at risk.  it's also a non-compulsory vote (australia and luxembourg are the only western countries that enforce compulsory voting - in our case for everything above local council elections - belgium has the law on their books but they haven't enforced it for a while), which will probably skew it towards no because young people are lazy worthless shits.  the argument was actually run 'this is biased because many millennials won't know how to post a letter'.

the reason it will make it go away, i think, is that rights are 'sticky' - it's much easier to give them than to take them away, and it won't be intruding into the average person's day-to-day life to justify devoting energy to changing the new status quo.  the results are going to be interesting.
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I'd like to remind everybody reading this thread that the media called Mitt Romney a Nazi when he ran for president. Mitt Romney.
Shit, Democrats were doing it too.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/09/05/third-democratic-party-official-reportedly-likens-republicans-to-nazis-at.html
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