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An autistic anti-totalitarian mixture of democratic socialist and left libertarian, culturally moderate, a compulsively outspoken nonconformist, and a dedicated vegetarian. Please listen to Russell Brand via YouTube or Luminary. It is the best news channel that I have found for leftists who are tired of being lied to and manipulated, but everybody are welcome there. Russell is very against hatred and division. Also, please watch the following video with fact-based evidence regarding who really control most of this world: https://youtu.be/N9RAzCn469E

Recent Comments

  1. 3 days ago on Non Sequitur

    You know yourself that the topic of conversation between the characters extremely strongly tried to make that argument. It is very hard to be wilfully blind to that.

  2. 3 days ago on Non Sequitur

    They were talking about a very distorted version of the replacement theory that many Republicans believe in, as I mentioned above.

    That said, as far as I am aware, the Democrats were the party of slavery and Democrats founded the KKK, so I suppose that it would make better historical sense with the reverse perspective.

  3. 3 days ago on Non Sequitur

    Very few Republicans have had genuine Nazis, klansmen, and other ethnic supremacists stand right next to them, especially without reacting very negatively, and again, they are not being informed about these types of individuals via their media.

    Also, the “replacement theory” that a large part of Republicans seem to believe in is not motivated by ethnic paranoia. They simply think that the U.S. borders have been left wide open because there are several video clips of Democrat leaders stating outright that all of the tens of millions of low-educated immigrants that they will let in will automatically vote for the outwardly more working class party, regardless that it will become a massive ongoing strain to financially support by nationwide taxpayer money. Meaning, it isn’t an ethnic replacement theory, it is a Republican replacement theory.

    Of course, the Democrats are largely just as financially far right as the Republicans, and it is very questionable if said plan will work, given that most of the immigrants in question come from far more culturally conservative countries than the U.S., and as such will be diametrically ideologically opposed to postmodernism, intersectionality, gender studies, critical race theory, radical feminism/misandrism, and self-hating oikophobia, but nevertheless, it seems to be a self-admitted plan of approach going by the video clips that I have seen.

    Then again, as I stated above, the financial elites are actively playing divide and conquer with the working class via their control over all forms of media, so almost no matter who we listen to, the perspective will always be slanted and manipulated, so who knows?

  4. 3 days ago on Non Sequitur

    Well, going by your tone, I assumed that you are a regular viewer of MSNBC and similar media. My apologies if I was mistaken.

  5. 4 days ago on Non Sequitur

    The other Trump supporters are almost uniformly not aware of those people, as their media does not report it.

    Much like the media that you consume does not report the filmed extreme looting, burning, vandalism, and violence performed by certain BLM and Antifa supporters.

    Each “side” of the culture war does not get informed about the misconduct by their most extreme members reported by their own preferred media.

    As I have said elsewhere, the media is owned by the global financial elites, and they are systematically ordering their propagandist lackeys to play divide and conquer with the working class.

  6. 4 days ago on Non Sequitur

    The point is that literally portraying Republicans in general as Nazis and KKK members is an act of extreme dehumanisation. It is labelling them as legitimate targets for all-encompassing war and slaughter, and that kind of rhetorics qualify as deliberate incitement and slur-using hate-speech, which makes those who resort to it, including Wiley, either genuinely evil human beings, brainwashed blindsided extremists, or both in combination.

    It is not the way that anybody who believes in the principles of democracy should remotely behave towards other people who simply disagree with themselves. It is active massive escalation.

  7. 4 days ago on Non Sequitur

    Okay. That is likely my limit.

    Wiley seems to increasingly have turned into a dogmatic systematically indoctrinated hate-spewing partisan zealot, who consistently communicates via divisive twisted funhouse mirror straw man propaganda, and cannot possibly be reasoned with, as he isn’t interested in any compromises or middle-ground, just in demonisation and complete dead earth destruction of anybody who disagree with him in the slightest, much like far too many others.

    Some of his recent comic strips have entered hate-speech territory, and I am far more interested in holistic social healing, balance, and civil conversation to find constructive solutions.

  8. 4 days ago on Garfield

    No problem.

  9. 4 days ago on Garfield

    Yes, that’s the point.

  10. 5 days ago on Over the Hedge

    Ouch.