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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #30 on: January 12, 2021, 05:51:41 PM »
You guys are so blinded by ideology spoonfed to you by memes on Instagram that you managed to completely miss the point and show how dumb you are, and I say this as someone who has many progressive views. Maybe you are all lil kids?

Don't worry, they're all white and it drives them mad. Probably pretty well off, too. Minorities they claim to love don't have the time to spend being "activists" on Twitter.

Pretty insane that I've always voted Soc Dem but online  that's never enough. These dipshits are the fucking worst.


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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #31 on: January 13, 2021, 02:04:49 AM »
Deep Thoughts with Jack Handy here:

What is the most benign conspiracy theory/dillusion someone could have?  Like if you had to pick one for yourself or a family member, what would it be?

Of the top of my head, Iíd say the one where you think that the whole world is on a really big turtleís shell.  Itís kind of a fun one and seems pretty harmless.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Turtle

This one deep reminds me of the Rick and Morty where they go inside the battery
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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #32 on: January 13, 2021, 02:15:18 AM »
Isn't Ben Canadian? Is the alt-right even a thing in
Canada?

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #33 on: January 13, 2021, 04:52:21 AM »
Isn't Ben Canadian? Is the alt-right even a thing in
Canada?

Yes. Unfortunately yes.

The ex-Vice doucharoo who stated the Proud Boys is Canadian, and we have our very own Briebart, Rebel News.

Canadians can be just as disgustingly racist as anyone else, if youíve ever read the comments section on news regarding Native issues.
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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #34 on: January 13, 2021, 05:20:59 AM »
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Isn't Ben Canadian? Is the alt-right even a thing in
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Yes. Unfortunately yes.

The ex-Vice doucharoo who stated the Proud Boys is Canadian, and we have our very own Briebart, Rebel News.

Canadians can be just as disgustingly racist as anyone else, if youíve ever read the comments section on news regarding Native issues.

Gavin?

Yeah, the guy is proto-hipster and total retard.

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #35 on: January 13, 2021, 05:31:47 AM »
I would expect this type of shit from Rad Rat but I'm a little disappointed by Ben.

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #36 on: January 13, 2021, 05:40:23 AM »
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Isn't Ben Canadian? Is the alt-right even a thing in
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Yes. Unfortunately yes.

The ex-Vice doucharoo who stated the Proud Boys is Canadian, and we have our very own Briebart, Rebel News.

Canadians can be just as disgustingly racist as anyone else, if youíve ever read the comments section on news regarding Native issues.

That sucks. I used to have to travel to Canada for work halfway often and I was always surprised how chill and level headed everyone was.

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #37 on: January 13, 2021, 06:08:26 AM »
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Yes. Unfortunately yes.

The ex-Vice doucharoo who stated the Proud Boys is Canadian, and we have our very own Briebart, Rebel News.

Canadians can be just as disgustingly racist as anyone else, if youíve ever read the comments section on news regarding Native issues.
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That sucks. I used to have to travel to Canada for work halfway often and I was always surprised how chill and level headed everyone was.

Itís like anywhere; some people are cool, some people are jerks.
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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #38 on: January 13, 2021, 06:15:37 AM »
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Isn't Ben Canadian? Is the alt-right even a thing in
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Yes. Unfortunately yes.

The ex-Vice doucharoo who stated the Proud Boys is Canadian, and we have our very own Briebart, Rebel News.

Canadians can be just as disgustingly racist as anyone else, if youíve ever read the comments section on news regarding Native issues.
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Gavin?

Yeah, the guy is proto-hipster and total retard.

He's also a Nazi, which is worse.
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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #39 on: January 13, 2021, 08:27:06 AM »
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Isn't Ben Canadian? Is the alt-right even a thing in
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Yes. Unfortunately yes.

The ex-Vice doucharoo who stated the Proud Boys is Canadian, and we have our very own Briebart, Rebel News.

Canadians can be just as disgustingly racist as anyone else, if youíve ever read the comments section on news regarding Native issues.
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Gavin?

Yeah, the guy is proto-hipster and total retard.
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He's also a Nazi, which is worse.

Yeah, he was dumb enough to quote facts on JR where Jamie pulled the "study" and, what do you know, look at the source.

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #40 on: January 13, 2021, 08:51:37 AM »
Of course Canada has the alt right.

hard right jay for instance.

Ask a medical expert about pre-teens and their bones, unless you are scared to.

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #41 on: January 13, 2021, 09:16:42 AM »
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Isn't Ben Canadian? Is the alt-right even a thing in
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Yes. Unfortunately yes.

The ex-Vice doucharoo who stated the Proud Boys is Canadian, and we have our very own Briebart, Rebel News.

Canadians can be just as disgustingly racist as anyone else, if youíve ever read the comments section on news regarding Native issues.

The irony is the ex-Vice guy's parents were recent immigrants to Canada and he's an immigrant in America. I guess that's okay though because they're the right skin color. In my experience, places like Canada, the Midwest, Japan, where people are super polite, are the same as anywhere else in terms of bigotry. They just suppress it more in day-to-day interactions. But we all know what happens when you suppress thoughts/emotions: They find their way out someway or another, whether that's through being passive aggressive or a racist online.

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #42 on: January 13, 2021, 11:28:52 AM »
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Yes. Unfortunately yes.

The ex-Vice doucharoo who stated the Proud Boys is Canadian, and we have our very own Briebart, Rebel News.

Canadians can be just as disgustingly racist as anyone else, if youíve ever read the comments section on news regarding Native issues.
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The irony is the ex-Vice guy's parents were recent immigrants to Canada and he's an immigrant in America. I guess that's okay though because they're the right skin color. In my experience, places like Canada, the Midwest, Japan, where people are super polite, are the same as anywhere else in terms of bigotry. They just suppress it more in day-to-day interactions. But we all know what happens when you suppress thoughts/emotions: They find their way out someway or another, whether that's through being passive aggressive or a racist online.

Yeah, literally every country is full of racists/bigots. Some countries hide it through "politeness", but nobody should be fooled into thinking the US is unique in its racism. It's very out in the open in the US, which is good and bad. It might make some racists even more racist, but at least we acknowledge it and (some of us) try to do something about it.

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #43 on: January 13, 2021, 06:22:17 PM »
Aryan fest used to be in Canada in the early 90s.

There's fucking assholes everywhere.
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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #44 on: January 13, 2021, 06:53:34 PM »
Based on a true story

https://youtu.be/W_u3Cabv25I
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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #45 on: January 13, 2021, 07:39:54 PM »
Deep Thoughts with Jack Handy here:

What is the most benign conspiracy theory/dillusion someone could have?  Like if you had to pick one for yourself or a family member, what would it be?

Of the top of my head, Iíd say the one where you think that the whole world is on a really big turtleís shell.  Itís kind of a fun one and seems pretty harmless.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Turtle
my aunt years ago told me that shoes disconnected you from being physically one with the earth and that when they were invented hundreds or thousands of years ago was the real beginning of the downfall of the human race thatís why she wears crocs so she can feel the occasional blade of grass peeking through but she is a good lady and came out at like 50 so sheís been on a trip

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #46 on: January 13, 2021, 07:57:11 PM »
Sometimes I feel so out of step.

I can't handle anymore frickin violence but I know it's always in the mail.

I'm a product on violence. I almost don't feel like a human anymore I'm so out of touch with this endless shit.

I want to save lives.

All these people talk. When the speak they confess their thought sins. They say so and so wants to make you a slave. She is trying to control you rn.

Those are her thoughts. Her father taught her all that frickin shit.

Think for yourself

Know why I'll always back ben. He told little of his expression strength and hopes to the young kids who wanna copy us.

Be a positive force for change.

I'm started smoking weed again. I'm dyslexic af.

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #47 on: January 13, 2021, 08:36:27 PM »
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Deep Thoughts with Jack Handy here:

What is the most benign conspiracy theory/dillusion someone could have?  Like if you had to pick one for yourself or a family member, what would it be?

Of the top of my head, Iíd say the one where you think that the whole world is on a really big turtleís shell.  Itís kind of a fun one and seems pretty harmless.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Turtle
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my aunt years ago told me that shoes disconnected you from being physically one with the earth and that when they were invented hundreds or thousands of years ago was the real beginning of the downfall of the human race thatís why she wears crocs so she can feel the occasional blade of grass peeking through but she is a good lady and came out at like 50 so sheís been on a trip
Rick Rubin thinks the same thing as your aunt. There is some truth in it if you ask me. Itís nice to connect with the earth.

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #48 on: January 13, 2021, 08:58:11 PM »
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Isn't Ben Canadian? Is the alt-right even a thing in
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Yes. Unfortunately yes.

The ex-Vice doucharoo who stated the Proud Boys is Canadian, and we have our very own Briebart, Rebel News.

Canadians can be just as disgustingly racist as anyone else, if youíve ever read the comments section on news regarding Native issues.
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Gavin?

Yeah, the guy is proto-hipster and total retard.
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He's also a Nazi, which is worse.
you guys are pretty fast and loose w/ the other 'n word'. not a gavin fan but he's got mixed race children. either you're wrong in your assumption or nazis are a lot more open than history gives them credit for.

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #49 on: January 13, 2021, 10:23:38 PM »
Terms mean nothing anymore

My home town was pretty beat up by actual Nazis:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Leningrad

..to the point of reported cannibalism... Then again, the communists killed about as many.

Hence, I fucking hate your hero, be that Vaush, Richard Spencer, Hasan, Fuentes, Contrapoint or any other larping retard.

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #50 on: January 13, 2021, 11:22:50 PM »
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Isn't Ben Canadian? Is the alt-right even a thing in
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Yes. Unfortunately yes.

The ex-Vice doucharoo who stated the Proud Boys is Canadian, and we have our very own Briebart, Rebel News.

Canadians can be just as disgustingly racist as anyone else, if youíve ever read the comments section on news regarding Native issues.
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Gavin?

Yeah, the guy is proto-hipster and total retard.
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He's also a Nazi, which is worse.
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you guys are pretty fast and loose w/ the other 'n word'. not a gavin fan but he's got mixed race children. either you're wrong in your assumption or nazis are a lot more open than history gives them credit for.

Many slave owners had mixed race children.

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #51 on: January 13, 2021, 11:51:52 PM »
yes sur the proud boy posterboy is certainly not a nazi, why would anyone think that

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #52 on: January 14, 2021, 06:32:49 AM »
you guys are pretty fast and loose w/ the other 'n word'. not a gavin fan but he's got mixed race children. either you're wrong in your assumption or nazis are a lot more open than history gives them credit for.

Although the Nazis wanted to "purify" their "national community" by removing/exterminating all non-Aryans from their gene pool, doing that in practice was less straightforward. So they developed a very convoluted way of deciding who is Aryan and who isn't, as you can see from this chart: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c7/Nuremberg_laws_Racial_Chart.jpg

Also, Jewish spouses of non-Jewish Germans were considered "Aryan Jews" and were not deported to camps, although they were stripped of all rights.

And if you actually read about McInnes's worldview and your reaction is "well, actually, he's not exactly a Nazi" or some variation thereof, then you're either powerfully stupid or full of shit, or both.

Finally, fuck you for equating "Nazi" with the n-word (which are so similar that you could only spell out one of them).

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #53 on: January 14, 2021, 07:28:56 AM »
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Isn't Ben Canadian? Is the alt-right even a thing in
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Yes. Unfortunately yes.

The ex-Vice doucharoo who stated the Proud Boys is Canadian, and we have our very own Briebart, Rebel News.

Canadians can be just as disgustingly racist as anyone else, if youíve ever read the comments section on news regarding Native issues.
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Gavin?

Yeah, the guy is proto-hipster and total retard.
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He's also a Nazi, which is worse.
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you guys are pretty fast and loose w/ the other 'n word'. not a gavin fan but he's got mixed race children. either you're wrong in your assumption or nazis are a lot more open than history gives them credit for.

Nazis are hypocritical as shit.
Boi... Sinner really is making the US look like some sort of bandana republic.

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Re: Ben Degros is into the alt-right and conspiracy theories
« Reply #54 on: January 14, 2021, 10:11:25 AM »
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you guys are pretty fast and loose w/ the other 'n word'. not a gavin fan but he's got mixed race children. either you're wrong in your assumption or nazis are a lot more open than history gives them credit for.
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Although the Nazis wanted to "purify" their "national community" by removing/exterminating all non-Aryans from their gene pool, doing that in practice was less straightforward. So they developed a very convoluted way of deciding who is Aryan and who isn't, as you can see from this chart: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c7/Nuremberg_laws_Racial_Chart.jpg

Also, Jewish spouses of non-Jewish Germans were considered "Aryan Jews" and were not deported to camps, although they were stripped of all rights.

And if you actually read about McInnes's worldview and your reaction is "well, actually, he's not exactly a Nazi" or some variation thereof, then you're either powerfully stupid or full of shit, or both.

Finally, fuck you for equating "Nazi" with the n-word (which are so similar that you could only spell out one of them).