Message from @Danimal876
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i always quote it
cause it's a very good show
@YourFundamentalTheorum there are many based scenes. I like his first homily to the cardinals ("the small door")
i like his little speech about tourists
i can't find it on goytube rn
That's awesome. I mean, yeah, it lends Prager some undue legitimacy, but Tucker still nets the greater benefit.
I actually saw a pretty interesting take yesterday that essentially indicated that one of the primary contributing factors to the English Civil War was the decision of the Monarchy to restrict usury practices, so Cromwell was supported by the "money changers" in order to resist said initiative...
Incidentally the only statue without random foreigners (other than me) poking around
Tucker on Prager U hahahaha 😂 👌
Rise and grind Idvntvtaevavs
We wuz kangz
We wuz kangz confirmed.
Man. I took a look at the comments section under the Axios birthright citizenship EO video, and despite its being a a hostile platform, we're still holding our own down there: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0d21nQBY8o
Stefan going all DR3 in this.
Yeah, I'm starting to ease off on the anti-DR3/Diamond 'n Silk/Candace Owens/Kanye bit. Obviously, the red line has to be the Republican Party losing sight of who their base is, but there's definitely a strong case to be made for the idea that, even if just a few percentage points of blacks can be torn away from the Democratic Party, with nothing more than a PR effort, and no substantive policy change, then it would seem to be a strategically sound move, though obviously also a hazardous one, given the pseudo-religious desire of conservative Whites to find that one BASED black guy, and use that as a false justification for jettisoning the implicit demographic aspect of their platform.
Worth keeping in mind is that the Republicans don't necessarily have to win over blacks. They can also just muddy the waters and make blacks feel less impassioned against them, lowering turnout for the Dems.
Just now realized that VDare's doing their own video digest, similar to Mr. Taylor's videos for AmRen, but with more of a rough-around-the-edges, conservative-friendly Daily Caller vibe: https://www.youtube.com/user/VDAREVideo/videos
They really need to do something with that green screen, though. Must still be finding their stride.
Eh. On second thought, probably best only to share their stuff with socks. Still slightly too edgy for normie accounts (use of the word "mongrelized" to describe the current state of Brazil).
@Bjorn - MD If the GOP wants to appeal to blacks by taking advantage of their hatred of Hispanic immigrants, that's great, but DR3 only serves to reinforce the morality of the left
@Danimal876 I have been doing door knocking and I'm seeing that a lot of independents are totally demoralized and won't vote. They don't have the brainpower to vote for Trump but they don't like what the Dems are doing with their extreme messages and tactics.
A few years ago voter turnout was low because the sides were not different. Now it is being decreased because the sides are too different. Dumb people disenfranchised and btfoooo
@TMatthews (...though, I think, if we were to consult Martin Sellner, he wouldn't even balk at DR3, because he sees "racism" as a word that can't and shouldn't be sanitized. He would join in condemning racism on one hand, with the caveat of defining it himself as engaging in slander or the initiation of force on the basis of identity-related enmity, or demonstrating a chauvinistic desire to govern those not of one's nation, while speaking of the need to emphasize and preserve the nation's ethno-cultural identity on the other.)
I'm a fan of that approach. The word "racism" is too widespread and will never go away. We have to bend it to our will.
Bahahaha! Was just listening to Mark Dice's latest video on Brian Stelter at CNN, and he described MSNBC as MSHIV 😂
@Bjorn - MD I'm not saying we identify with the word racist. I'm saying that we should reject the entire moral paradigm of it. The left has overused that term to the point where many conservatives no longer believe them when they say it. It's also very easy to show that "anti-racists" are anti-white
At a minimum, we should push for a narrower definition of it, rather than expanding it to include things like expecting blacks to vote democrat
Controversial opinion, Gab being de-platformed might not be a bad thing, necessarily. While to a degree I support Alt-tech, Gab's lax views on censorship have turned it into a bit of a cesspit.
That will continue to produce psychos like Bowers. I had a similiar opinion when the Daily Stormer was de-platformed. At the end of the day, sites like these are disturbing to the masses and off putting to the capable people we are trying to reach out to.
People tend to forget, that outside of IE and a few other sites and figures, the movement has a very large number of dysfunctional people who are a part of it. The less of a voice these people have the better of we'll all be. Corporate censorship maybe a blessing in disguise because so many fugures in the broader movement refuse to censor and control their followers.
@Virgil If Twitter hadn't deplatformed the right the way it has, there would be plenty of leftists pushing back on the right wing crazies. The fact that Gab is a right wing echo chamber is because of deplatforming and censorship.
Or at least they "could" push back against the crazies if they were still on the same platform.
@TMatthews I agree with ultimately wanting to get beyond the paradigm. It'd be nice if that word just glanced off, and was no longer even taken seriously, and things are heading in that direction, but in the meantime, we have to find ways to maneuver within the pocket we have right now.
Hopefully Gab getting censored helps the cause of free speech regulation online. I never used it. Echo chambers are useless. The reason to be on normie social media is to reach people who don't have ban-able opinions (yet)
@Bjorn - MD I do agree that we won't get beyond the word anytime soon, but it is so easy to dismiss it among conservatives by attacking the source as illegitimate. They hate the SPLC almost as much as we do
@Virgil I hear where you're coming from in terms of Gab being an optics liability at the moment, but that's just because Twitter has yet to finally jump the shark. If and when that where to happen, and assuming Torba were to manage to keep it up, Gab would instantly fill out with better-adjusted people, who would fairly quickly acclimatize themselves to the freedom of the platform, simply muting the more egregious of the spergs, but the notion that the company should be responsible for curating anything beyond unambiguous, credible threats of violence is something that we should absolutely reject.