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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Is_Yde_opN » Tue Mar 21, 2017 6:12 pm

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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

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Listen up gents!
Even cocksucker-gents seek to dominate and create the world a in their image of poop-dick, using their cocksucker-gents ways.

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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby barbarianhorde » Sun Mar 26, 2017 2:47 pm

Where Im from which is gayparade central you have faggots and transgenders that come out but guys who are gay but still want to seem male they dont come out ever. Everyone knows this friend of a friend is hyper gay....but he keeps getting girlfriends. But one day I decided to talk to him about gayness and he began trashing the bar and ran out and his friend said he has never seen him like this. He is gay.
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Is_Yde_opN » Sun Mar 26, 2017 3:44 pm

barbarianhorde wrote:Where Im from which is gayparade central you have faggots and transgenders that come out but guys who are gay but still want to seem male they dont come out ever. Everyone knows this friend of a friend is hyper gay....but he keeps getting girlfriends. But one day I decided to talk to him about gayness and he began trashing the bar and ran out and his friend said he has never seen him like this. He is gay.


Did you only talk to him about gayness or were you gay with him?
…Which made him violently reject your advances, starting to ’trash’ that bar.
LOL,
Just kidding,
... I guess...


When you are open about gayness, even open for gayness, then you will probably feel that there is nothing wrong with your homosexual practices and the mindset which accompanies that.
So when you come across somebody who disapproves of homosexual acts and all the faggot mindset surrounding it then you will probably have a more difficult time to relate to this.
“What could anybody find disgusting about homosexual practices?”, thinks such a person.

So, what’s great about the “closet homosexual who disapproves of homosexuals” narrative is that you find a convenient way to explain away what you can’t and/or won’t relate to. And more importantly, you get to be clever and put the other on the defensive. It’s the joys of a defiler.


As for the cases of something like hyper-masculinity - If somebody falls into the category of hyper-masculinity then I find it reasonable to assume that they are very self-conscious about their masculine appearance in a social setting and since the “closet homosexual” narrative is quite prevalent, at least in popular appearance, I suspect that most men who’d fall into the hyper-masculine category would play the “I’m so secure in my masculinity, I’d even perform homosexual acts as proof of my feeling secure as a man” angle.

I’m gonna refrain from making my “You know why people hate Nazis?” joke now.


But maybe you meant something else, who knows.
Thanks for raising this issue though.
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby barbarianhorde » Sun Mar 26, 2017 5:45 pm

Hi Ys de Open are you a postmodernist? I am not. So try to make real, bio-sense.

I would not stick it inside your shriveled wormhole, but that dont make me gay. It just makes me tasteful. And maybe it hurts you, but I am not a Democrat, I dont believe you are entitled to good feelings just because you are a woman, or black, or gay, or transgender, or just plain atrocious to look at.

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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Is_Yde_opN » Sun Mar 26, 2017 6:12 pm

barbarianhorde wrote:Hi Ys de Open are you a postmodernist?

I am not.

Maybe you prefer the New York Times over ILP they also called Trump gay because he fuck a a lot of pretty women and they dont like that as they are all either gay or ugly like you.


Hey don't hate the playa, hate the (((Nnnn..ew York Times))) who invented this upside-down social order where ugly faggots get all the girls.

What's next, are they gonna air a sitcom where ugly, effeminate doofuses get the girls, the good jobs and their plastic Star Trek toys?

You are a great sounding board. With your help we gonna turn this place NewYorkTimes-wise in a matter of hours.
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Is_Yde_opN » Sun Mar 26, 2017 6:35 pm

barbarianhorde wrote:Hi Ys de Open are you a postmodernist? I am not. So try to make real, bio-sense.

I would not stick it inside your shriveled wormhole, but that dont make me gay. It just makes me tasteful. And maybe it hurts you, but I am not a Democrat, I dont believe you are entitled to good feelings just because you are a woman, or black, or gay, or transgender, or just plain atrocious to look at.

Merit is the key, also to sex.


Don't edit your posts when I'm in the middle of my reply.

Merit...
That's that cohenservative talking point.
Are you a fellow cuckservative like me, J.?
Well then it's alright, Jack.
As long as the merit of being a merry faggot will suffice, I'm fine with your merit plea.

Merit, lol. Based on our faggot values of radical inclusiveness.
But hey, at least you are not a Democrat. Gives you brownshirt points with me...
No, it doesn't.,,,

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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Is_Yde_opN » Mon Apr 03, 2017 9:40 am

At the moment a very common attack on White Identitarians who oppose immigration is to say, "You just don't like the competition."
While what it actually means is, "You just don't like to be an atomised individual competing with an assembled collective opposing you."
You have to compete as an atomised individual with no group identity.

You demoralise your enemy by saying he should be an atomised individual and see himself without having a group or he should think on such a large scale, like humanity, to include the enemy in his own group.
Both have the same effect.
The reality is competing groups because assembling as a group provides advantages. Both angles of attack are designed to disrupt the opposing group.

Same line of attack is the "Us Vs Them" thinking.
It's about disrupting the opposition.

The cuckservative has internalised this virtue of group disassembly.

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We shouldn't expect any of those cuckservatives to come around about their suicide pact. They have been on that ideological trajectory for much too long.
Posterity will judge them as incredible dummies or as traitors, depending on their affiliations.
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby AutSider » Tue Apr 04, 2017 6:52 pm

Cuckservative arguing tactic:

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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Michael Jackson » Thu Apr 13, 2017 10:11 am

What's especially hilarious about this thread is the way alt-rightist Uccisore is lumping 'the Left' altogether in the exact same way he accuses 'the Left' of doing.

Almost like he has no self-awareness at all. But then, this is a person who previously argued that because these black people over here committed some crimes that it's ok for the police to shoot those black people over there who didn't commit any crime.

For what it's worth, I've seen a real schism since the Brexit/Trump votes between neoliberals (who are centrists, not leftists, but the alt-right calls them alternately 'liberals' and 'cultural Marxists' as though those two are one and the same) and socialists. Most socialists don't give a toss about identity politics, and see the damage it has done to the left. Most neoliberals have simply said 'OMG!!!!!!' on a loop because they were so blinkered they didn't realise this could happen.

But even that isn't as lame as the alt-right, a movement which is dying on its arse ever since its de facto leader (a gay Greek sociopath immigrant) outed himself as an apologist for paedophiles.

But please Ucci, tell me more about how the Right understands the reality of sex and gender. While giving their friends zero jail time for raping their 2 year old stepdaughter, and the like...
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Uccisore » Thu Apr 13, 2017 9:28 pm

Michael Jackson wrote:What's especially hilarious about this thread is the way alt-rightist Uccisore


Why aren't I just regular right? Why alt? I was on the right decades before the term even existed.

See, right off the bat you've just established that 'alt-right' is nothing more than a slur liberals use to denigrate and silence anybody they don't care for. This sets the stage for exactly what I'm talking about. If you want to consider any ideas that aren't liberal dogmatism, you're branded the worst kind of bigot. So if somebody was curious about my ideas,and all they had to go on was somebody like you, they'd Google 'alt-right', and suddenly,

thanks to you

They're reading about Richard Spencer instead of Russel Kirk. And that, I propose, is why the far right is on the rise.

That's the point of my thread here; by the actions you take in which you declare everybody to the left of Rawls is a nazi, you make it impossible for people to explore moderate and conservative ideas without conflating them with the far right.

is lumping 'the Left' altogether in the exact same way he accuses 'the Left' of doing.


So you do get it, then. The part that you're missing, though, since you didn't think about what I wrote or probably even read it is that if a liberal is lumped together with people he disagrees with, all he needs to do to sort it out is take any high school social studies course, attend any university, watch any news channel, visit any subreddit, or subscribe to any social media.



But then, this is a person who previously argued that because these black people over here committed some crimes that it's ok for the police to shoot those black people over there who didn't commit any crime.


Where?


Most socialists don't give a toss about identity politics,


Socialism is identity politics. It just assigns idenity by economic status instead of biology.

But please Ucci, tell me more about how the Right understands the reality of sex and gender.


But that's not what this thread is about. You seem to be somebody with a chip on his shoulder about some past conversation. COnsidering you have 7 posts in your history, I guess that makes you somebody that got banned once before, right?
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Is_Yde_opN » Thu Apr 13, 2017 9:43 pm

Once there was a clever wench, or so she thot at least.
She came to me and whispered in my ear.
“You are just like the thing you hate!”

I asked her then, “Who is it that I hate?”
“You hate your rivals, you hate those who you fight!”, she said with a grin on her face.

“Aye”, I said, trying to sound like a man from the hills in the North.
“Let them be strong like me and worthy of my hate.”
“Speak! Do you hate those who are like you?”

The wench replied, “I am a flower like none other. I am beyond reproach! None shall have power over me with their words!”

Then I grabbed her face with my palm and pushed her away and laughed at her.




Moral of the story - Don’t take people seriously when they say you are just like your enemy, just like your political opponent, just like your rival, whatever. Just a silly attempt at basic bitch manipulation.
I am like my enemies? I hope not, let’s hope I am like my enemy times 10 to make my victory count.

Another parlour trick is the “I’m not this and not that, I defy all labels” BS.
Broken people who have given up and try to play it cheap, that’s all.


Btw. this Michael Jackson imitation reminds me of the Colonel from the Kentucky Fried Chicken buckets.
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Is_Yde_opN » Thu Apr 13, 2017 9:49 pm

Huh, so my enemies are authoritative and have a vision for society.
I guess I have to cuck out and not stand up to them, else I might end up being just like them.
Checkmate for me there.

How did this happen? :(
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby AutSider » Thu Apr 13, 2017 9:52 pm

Michael Jackson, Uccisore isn't alt-right he is at best alt-light. Milo Yiannopolous, the flamboyant race-mixing faggot the leader of the alt-right? You're a fucking retard. And Trump isn't anywhere near being alt-right.

I am alt-right. Alt-right is: Gas the kikes. Race war now, kill all niggers. Hitler did nothing wrong. I'm not a holocaust denier, I'm a holocaust wisher - I wish holocaust happened. THAT IS ALT-RIGHT.

If Milo was alt-right he wouldn't be a fag sucking nigger dick, would he? And if Trump was alt-right he would have gassed the kikes and exterminated niggers already, or at least started both of these processes, wouldn't he? But he didn't, so fuck off.

Trump is just another neocuck. Milo is a liberal, obviously. You can't be all this and claim to be alt-right, or even a basic conservative:

Sodomy
Race mixing
Sexual promiscuity
Materialism
Narcissism
Drug use
Pedophile apologetics
Probable member of a secret society (does Illuminati hand signs and did the bathing in fake blood thing)

Yep, every single one of your conservative values represented, goy


That's liberalism. Milo is a liberal.
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Michael Jackson » Fri Apr 14, 2017 10:17 am

I'M RIGHT WING AND ANGRY!!!!!!!!


BUT IT'S THOSE LIBERALS WHO LET THEMSELVES BE RULED BY EMOTIONS RATHER THAN FACTS!!!!!



God, you alt right snowflakes are so easy to provoke. I didn't even have to try...
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Michael Jackson » Fri Apr 14, 2017 10:21 am

AutSider wrote:If Milo was alt-right he wouldn't be a fag sucking nigger dick, would he?


I'm sure the people running ILP are proud that this is now the level of political discussion you've engendered by putting a bigoted, nasty, sexually frustrated loser in charge of the politics forum. But I've had my fun, so I'm leaving now. Just thought I'd check in and see if things had descended to an even lower level than the last time I popped in here, and they have.

Seriously, I'd just shut this place down if it were up to me. It's become just another cesspool where underemployed white guys who can't get laid blame homosexuality, feminism and the Left for their personal failings in life. Admittedly, that's about 30% of the internet at this point in time, but there's no good reason to give these people a platform under the banner of philosophy...
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Is_Yde_opN » Fri Apr 14, 2017 10:47 am

Sexual abuse at a young age is a very common factor among homosexuals.
Some would argue that someone like Milo who got abused has coped with it by telling himself that he didn't really get abused but that he was a willing participant.
This also falls in line with someone who is obsessed about victimhood. Not necessarily in the sense of proclaiming to be a victim, he could also be never a victim. Whatever happens, he was in control and wanted it to happen anyway. And if only other people were to learn and simply enjoy whatever is happening to them, that would be so much better.
No 'self-victimising', please.

The cuck phenomenon comes to mind.
Cucks want others to be cucks as well. They have learned to enjoy it and others should too, in particular because this gives them the feedback from fellow cucks, the message that it's good to be a cuck.

Michael Jackson and his upbringing...makes for a fitting choice for a name.
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby AutSider » Fri Apr 14, 2017 2:36 pm

You're leaving already? B-but I was just heating up the ovens.

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This could have been you, this could have been... US.

I reserve serious treatment for people and ideas that are worth it. I've had decent serious discussions in this very thread. You're only good for this:

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The day of the rope is coming, Mikey. Whatcha gonna do when they come for you?



So I managed to drive you away with only 1 post. I'm getting really good at making leftist liberals and cuck trolls fuck off. This is why we're winning :wink:
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Magnus Anderson » Fri Apr 14, 2017 3:15 pm

He's Michael Jackson, his solution to every problem is to just beat it.

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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Pandora » Fri Apr 14, 2017 6:32 pm

Is_Yde_opN wrote:Sexual abuse at a young age is a very common factor among homosexuals.
Was watching some rather depressing docs on Pakistan and sometimes, tradition (paired with poverty) can lead to child abuse (boy rape/prostitution) and homosexual behavior as well. I would place most of the blame on poverty, but the strict traditional segregation of the sexes and accompanying mentality is also indirectly responsible for existence of such terrible things. In the case of Pakistan, I don't think one can argue that it is liberalism that is responsible for such social ills. If anything, tradition has a very big play in it. When you start making strict rules, someone is bound to get the short end of the stick, and often, it's women and children.

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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Is_Yde_opN » Fri Apr 14, 2017 8:14 pm

Pandora wrote:
Is_Yde_opN wrote:Sexual abuse at a young age is a very common factor among homosexuals.
Was watching some rather depressing docs on Pakistan and sometimes, tradition (paired with poverty) can lead to child abuse (boy rape/prostitution) and homosexual behavior as well. I would place most of the blame on poverty, but the strict traditional segregation of the sexes and accompanying mentality is also indirectly responsible for existence of such terrible things. In the case of Pakistan, I don't think one can argue that it is liberalism that is responsible for such social ills. If anything, tradition has a very big play in it. When you start making strict rules, someone is bound to get the short end of the stick, and often, it's women and children.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMp2wm0VMUs

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Are you related with the chosen tribe?
Genetically, I mean of course.

Ideologies, traditions, culture, is an expression of a people, an expression of biology, of genetics.
A mentally ill person was usually born with a certain sets of genes which eventually express themselves in mental illness.
Same with all kinds of behaviours and sexualities.
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Pandora » Sat Apr 15, 2017 7:29 am

Is_Yde_opN wrote:Are you related with the chosen tribe?
Genetically, I mean of course.
Chosen tribe? Are you talking about the jews? No, I am not associated with jews, genetically or otherwise (but of course, both you and I know that you will not just take my word for it, right?). For you guys, whoever presents a position that is interpreted to potentially weaken your own position is either a kike or is brainwashed by kikes; there is no other option. What's ironic is that you're the one who's obsessed by the status of jews and inadvertently pass it on. Your question is proof of that. If a child drops down to the floor in a supermarket and starts screaming and yelling in order to draw attention to itself, do you spend the rest of your life obsessing about it? Because that's what you're doing.

By the way, Al Jazeera is not owned by jews, nor does it pursue jewish agenda (just so you know).

Ideologies, traditions, culture, is an expression of a people, an expression of biology, of genetics.
I don't think it's that straightforward and simple. Traditions also result from interaction with environments as well as interactions between peoples.
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Is_Yde_opN » Sat Apr 15, 2017 9:28 am

The most reasonable and most likely origin of the term kike is the one proposed by Leo Rosten, according to whom:

The word kike was born on Ellis Island when there were Jewish migrants who were also illiterate (or could not use Latin alphabet letters). When asked to sign the entry-forms with the customary "X", the Jewish immigrants would refuse, because they associated an X with the cross of Christianity. Instead, they drew a circle as the signature on the entry-forms. The Yiddish word for "circle" is kikel (pronounced ky-kul), and for "little circle", kikeleh (pronounced ky-kul-uh). Before long the immigration inspectors were calling anyone who signed with an "O" in place of an "X" a kikel or kikeleh or kikee or, finally and succinctly, kike.


You certainly are ‘brainwashed’ by the Jews. Pretty much everybody is because of the dominance of Jewish thinking in the modern West.
Hence why pissing on Christ is art. And this is not about an opposition towards Christianity, it is a ressentiment towards Christianity. It’s not very difficult to connect the dots to the Circle-people’s dominance in the media and academia.


Those Pakistanis raping the boys and girls in the UK will continue raping no matter how much money you throw at them. It’s not money that makes you stop from indulging in your desires. Or why do you think that they do it?

People extrapolate from themselves when trying to empathise with (to understand) others. So what would a good(well)-intentioned liberally minded person think when confronted with a Pakistani rapist?
“I don’t like to rape boys and girls, so why does the Pakistani? I should not be bigoted and think that he is very different from me. (Thanks Jews, for telling me about my bigotry.) He is just like me, just with a different skin colour. He must be very upset about something, very frustrated. It must be because he is being oppressed, living in an oppressive society. Poor Pakistani, if only he wasn’t oppressed he wouldn’t rape. The Western patriarchy made him do it, at least indirectly, muh colonialism.
My friend the poor oppressed Pakistani. I feel kind of a kinship with him, because just like him I fight oppression.”


There are two things to take away from this -
Yes, many Europeans are cow like, not only in their stature but also their disposition.
And you can even lower their natural defenses and make them walk calmly into the slaughterhouse by telling them all sorts of fairytales and shame them from realising what is happening.
Thankjew for your attention.
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Pandora » Sat Apr 15, 2017 8:59 pm

Is_Yde_opN wrote:The most reasonable and most likely origin of the term kike is the one proposed by Leo Rosten, according to whom:

The word kike was born on Ellis Island when there were Jewish migrants who were also illiterate (or could not use Latin alphabet letters). When asked to sign the entry-forms with the customary "X", the Jewish immigrants would refuse, because they associated an X with the cross of Christianity. Instead, they drew a circle as the signature on the entry-forms. The Yiddish word for "circle" is kikel (pronounced ky-kul), and for "little circle", kikeleh (pronounced ky-kul-uh). Before long the immigration inspectors were calling anyone who signed with an "O" in place of an "X" a kikel or kikeleh or kikee or, finally and succinctly, kike.

Okay, do I really need to know this? This is what I was talking about. I feel like if I spend more time with people like you, I'd become an expert in jewish culture and history. You could be quoting torah or translating yiddish. For all I know, you could be jewish yourself, because you know so much more about it. What is happening, I think, is that you're acting as a proxy carrier for jewish culture. The irony of all of it is that before I came across anti-semites, I thought of jews as just another minority ethnic group, like any other. Yes, they may have been mistreated, but so were many other minority ethic groups. It's only through anti-semitism that I learned that jews were special and not like the others. Were it not for anti-semites (who, ironically, are often very well versed in jewish culture) I would not even give them a second thought and know only my own. Who cares about jewish culture? So, why not just focus on your own culture and strengths and stop wasting your energy on others? Because what you end up doing is inadvertently passing on jewish culture. This is also what I meant by the subconscious not understanding negatives in that flyer thread that was posted a few months back. Positive propaganda vs. negative propaganda. When you obsess about some negative aspect the mind puts the same importance value on it, so, in essence, jewish culture is just as if not more important to you than your own culture because you choose to spend so much energy on it (yes, even if it's done in a negative way).

You certainly are ‘brainwashed’ by the Jews. Pretty much everybody is because of the dominance of Jewish thinking in the modern West.
And how are you not brain washed when you're teaching me about jewish history? I just learned about the history of the world kike, which is part of jewish history. Thanks to you. I could have learned something about my own culture instead...

Thankjew for your attention.
And I will say, thank you anti-semites for teaching me about jewish history, culture, fashion, language, behavior, music, etc., because were it not for you, I wouldn't even care if they even existed.

Those Pakistanis raping the boys and girls in the UK will continue raping no matter how much money you throw at them.
So you think pedophilia is a genetic predisposition? I would actually consider it a possibility, but only from some of my own observations (not because I would automatically want to assume a position contrary to liberals). Not aware of any actual specific pedophilia-predisposition genes, though.
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Re: Generation, Tradition, and the rise of the Far Right

Postby Ultimate Philosophy 1001 » Sat Apr 15, 2017 9:22 pm

Oversimplifications are lazy. Pedophilia is not a genetic predisposition for many pedophile Americans. That doesn't mean that it will be the same way for Pakis. I don't know any Pakis or much about their society, so I can't comment on whether or not they are genetic pedophiles. All I can say is most American pedophiles are not usually born that way and it is not usually a genetic condition.

As for the Jews, I am afraid if I criticize the Jews, liberal society will hate me, so I will not comment other than simply listing statistics.
(These stats do not add up to 100% because some Hispanics are half-white or white hispanics.)
3% of American population are Jews.
72% are White.
2% are half-black half-white.
13% are black.
17% are hispanic.
1% are native american.
5% are Asian.

But in Hollywood,
60% of Hollywood are Jew.
6% are hispanic.
Only 7 percent of films had a cast whose balance of race and ethnicity reflected the country's diversity.

Also, I must agree that whites are very similar to cows.
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