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posted ago by meowmeow85 ago by meowmeow85 +92 / -1

"How did it come to this?"

As was once said by King Theoden. I remember seeing those movies when I was a kid,17 or 18 I think. A simpler time, I loved going to movies. My pops would take my brothers and I almost every time my mother and sister were on the warpath from Aunt Flo visiting. Kek, can't even make that joke anymore. I sit here and think of simpler times and how much I fucked up.

When gamergate first started I didn't give a shit. Like "who fucking cares about some girl getting her ass censored?", I said freshly out of college (well plus a year moving back in with my parent from the collapse and Obama). Little did I know how slowly it starts.

I used to laugh at my dad despite him probably being my best friend, mentor, and guide now. He would bring up Hannity or Bill O'Reilly talking about the culture war. Even my mother back in the 90s warned me how the gay agenda was a real thing and once the slippery slope starts you can't stop it. Laughed at her too.

I'm 35 now. Got my daughters from their Baptist school since that's where we decided to send them during the Sweet and Sour Sickness. My wife, the most oblivious person in the world (with such great blonde classics as "its so sad that Ray Charles died before he got to see his movie"), even is saying "hey, these people are fucking lying" at the news.

In the past 10 years I don't think I have changed much. But a few months ago I saw a post from a friend of a friend saying "(username) is a fucking fash, i wish he would have died back when he was sick". This hit me for some reason even though I haven't spoken to said person in 5 years. Wasn't even close to begin with. At times I want to go all "SIR" on them. "You guys wanna see a fascist, I'll show you a fucking fascist".

That last part wasn't a joke. I don't trust anything I read anymore. I'm scared for my daughter's future. My wife's future. I can take care of myself, that has never been a problem, but when you have a family it just complicates things. I see this dystopian nightmare unfolding right before my eyes with the passport and the news lying to us constantly to get what they want. I feel lost. This is accelerating at such a pace with the news changing their opinions on the fly with the rona even average dumbasses see it. Like the hockey stick graph, where it spikes so large you can't ignore it. Still, the majority are swayed by fear.

Of course it all comes back to the culture war. I feel it's lost. Between the election upset and the rona it was the perfect storm for the communist left to go wild. Trannies teaching our children. Trannies and fags in their cartoons. Equity above all else. If you see something, say something.

I digress. This is why I don't like KiA1. This is so much more than just video games. Their sole focus on that will be their downfall. You know how "the political is personal" changed into "the personal is political" by the prog left? Your ENTIRE BEING is political to them. Everything you think, say, do, buy, support.

The fact that you all are here and the other dot win communities gives me hope. At least I feel like I'm not the only looking at his zombie friends, rehearsing talking points and consooming Fortnite, screaming "DO YOU NOT SEE SOMETHING IS WRONG?".

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AntonioOfVenice 47 points ago +48 / -1

Your ENTIRE BEING is political to them.

This all started with the old feminist slogan of 'the personal is political'. They believe that every aspect of life is ready to shove in their diseased ideology. There is no sphere of private life that they think they don't have a right to intrude into, as we saw with the Scottish law against 'hate speech'.

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Gizortnik 35 points ago +35 / -0

Even when I first heard it, my answer was: "The personal is political is the cry of the totalitarian."

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current_horror 30 points ago +30 / -0

It's yet another motte and bailey setup perpetrated by bad actors. Hey, let's have a talk about your favorite video game, and maybe just this once, let's use a feminist lens, eh? Fast forward five years and it's all leftist lenses all the time.

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Gizortnik 22 points ago +22 / -0

I wouldn't say that. During 2012-2014 they were very aggressive. They weren't just trying to have an "open discussion about feminism". It's one of the reasons there was blowback that formed GamerGate. They'd already been pushing well above their capabilities for years.

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current_horror 2 points ago +2 / -0

My bad, I got the years wrong because I’m a little older than most here. My university experience at a liberal arts college circa the late 1990s was that literary criticism was just starting to shift from “let’s try all these different lenses!” to “all radical leftism, all the time”. Now that I think about it, that timeline makes perfect sense; these liberal arts grads would have matriculated into video game journalism in the early 2000s and “bloomed” into total retards from the late 2000s to the early 2010s.

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Gizortnik 1 point ago +1 / -0

Okay, fair enough.

I'd still be willing to allow that in academia as an actual practice of subversively testing different perspectives... but that means including all perspectives, including the white nationalist, national socialist, monarchist, and Zoroastrianist perspectives.

I'd argue that's an imperative part of academia. Additionally, identifying the value that each perspective brings to the table also happens to defeat the concept of post-modernism too.

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MaximumHonk 36 points ago +37 / -1

Sad honks in solidarity

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lTentacleMonsterl 31 points ago +31 / -0

I don't trust anything I read anymore

That's a good point, in fact it's one of the reasons why some democrat libs tend to support censorship and "reputable" sources, because the idea that not being able to trust what they read bothers them quite a bit. Which is understandable, you don't exactly grow up expecting for media to lie, nor are you necessarily told about it, but learn about it over time. However, this is hardly recent; you can find same criticism of media being made a century back or even further, since the "press" came to be, and since "free press" became a liberal ideal. Oswald Spengler in fact, wrote a book a century called "The Decline of the West" which is fairly on point, and along with The Hour of Decision, it's fairly prescient. There's a fairly decent quote from him, in fact (among many others);

You are dying. I see in you all the characteristic stigma of decay. I can prove to you that your great wealth and your great poverty, your capitalism and your socialism, your wars and your revolutions, your atheism and your ­pessimism and your cynicism, your immorality, your broken-down marriages, your birth-control, that is bleeding you from the bottom and killing you off at the top in your brains—I can prove to you that those were characteristic marks of the dying ages of ancient States—Alexandria and Greece and neurotic Rome.

As for "culture war," I'm skeptical of it being a thing to begin with. It's just a disagreement between people who were raised by a liberal system and people who are being raised by a system that's pushing end-product of liberalism. Most of it is top down, and there's no genuine opposition that exists against it. In fact, most of those liberals, like Lindsey for example, are considerably more opposed to genuine right and will work harder to prevent any such right from arising, then the left with whom they share many values and beliefs, but disagree with their approaches and solutions.

"the personal is political" by the prog left? Your ENTIRE BEING is political to them. Everything you think, say, do, buy, support.

They aren't wrong, being "apolitical" is just selling liberalism under guise of it, in the same way "anti-racism" sells leftism. None of it is neutral, and people fundamentally are shaped by other people; their choices; actions; beliefs; which itself shapes society at large and its future.

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NihilistCaregiver 30 points ago +32 / -2

You know what's really bitter? Think back to January 2020 and imagine what life would be like if Covid never happened.

Economy would still be decent, Fauci would be a name nobody cared for, and Trump might have won 2020.

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AntonioOfVenice 14 points ago +22 / -8

Trump would not have saved us, nor will Biden doom us.

In the end, it matters little who is in office. What we have to do is shape the culture.

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onetruephilosoraptor 38 points ago +40 / -2

Trump in power does slow them down.

There is a difference between the two.

Biden has accelerated the left's agenda drastically in just three months.

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meowmeow85 [S] 22 points ago +22 / -0

Exactly. Trump was inevitable. A stop gap measure. Whether him or somebody else would have showed up to voice the people's anger. Only thing is that's a force of nature, a response, like Godzilla. You don't get mad at Godzilla and Trump the same way you don't get mad at the hurricane or the earthquake. All it did was slow the left down.

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Knife-TotingRat 10 points ago +10 / -0

"Don't get angry at Godzilla. Get angry at that which made Godzilla appear."

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Spicy_maymay 6 points ago +6 / -0

Trump in power does slow them down.

This is the exact problem with conservatives. Conservatism is equivalent to progressivism going the speed limit. You don't want to stop progressivism, you are complacent with merely slowing it down. And you end up there anyway. If you just sit on the ground while they pull you, instead of pulling in the other direction, then you are okay knowing that society will continue going in that direction without ever stopping.

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NoGardE 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't like acceleration accelerationism, because there are things to do and people to save before this all comes down. Six months longer before the collapse is six months to save up hard money, to get more farmland, to raise your children in some degree of comfort before the hard times. We shouldn't accept slowing the process as ideal, but neither should we want to hasten the collapse of the building which were trying to evacuate.

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Gizortnik 25 points ago +25 / -0

I think Trump clearly disproved that. They would never have had to fight him so hard if he wouldn't have had an effect. I used to believe that the president didn't have any real effect on the economy, but now I see that that is just utter nonsense.

Trump wouldn't have saved us from anything, but it would have shit all over the plans to implement a digital currency. Without Trump, what's going to happen is that the violent over-reaction by authoritarians is going to be far more severe.

If Trump were in office, where would be a collapse and we would recover, but many institutions would be mauled or die. Without Trump there will be a collapse, there will be tyranny, and a lot of innocent people are going to be killed... but, the end result is actually still the same: we will be victorious. There will just be more fires to put out when we win.

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current_horror 29 points ago +29 / -0

Before Trump, I wanted Trump.

I'm ready to vote for someone much more serious now.

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Gizortnik 17 points ago +17 / -0

Someone more genuinely right-wing would be nice, but I don't think the establishment is weak enough to allow that. Further progress in the states is nice, though.

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Intra 2 points ago +2 / -0

I used to believe that the president didn't have any real effect on the economy, but now I see that that is just utter nonsense.

It's more that he followed business principles, and actually tried to follow through on his promises, because he wasn't actually owned by interests. They've spent half a decade trying to find dirt on him, and he's cleaner than they could have ever expected.

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Gizortnik 1 point ago +1 / -0

But that's actually my point. It's not that the president doesn't have an impact on economics. It's that that's the only amount of impact that a the president was being allowed to make. Minimal changes that everyone else had to wait 10 years for while Investment banks wouldn't have to wait 30 seconds.

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current_horror 24 points ago +24 / -0

Trump being in office and running his mouth on Twitter triggered the complete destruction of the unified overton window. For everything he failed to do, he was still the greatest president we've had in, what, a century? That's not nothing.

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Piroko 20 points ago +20 / -0

Trump would not have saved us

Trump would have successfully reformed the Republican image.

To millennials, Republicans are Bush. Warmongering globalist morons who hate abortion and take money from the NRA. To millennials, the GOP was responsible for 2008 (even when really it was Greenspan).

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Megascandal 12 points ago +12 / -0

Pretty sure he did, too bad a good number of politicians in the gop still resent him doing to reforming.

Walkaway and the demofascists becoming openly an not really hyperbolically fascist cut their numbers of real voters hard.

I think the max real votes the dementia patient got was under 55 million, whereas Trump might have reached the absurd 85+ million if not for dominion.

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Piroko 12 points ago +12 / -0

Partially.

Reelection would have completed it.

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NihilistCaregiver 19 points ago +20 / -1

Yes true. I just get very irritated when I think about how much the global economy tanked over a viral pandemic with a 97%+ survival rate.

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BewareTheSuperman 21 points ago +21 / -0

Also think about all the wealth that was further consolidated into the hands of a select few.

I don't like to punish economic success, but few Billionaires reach their level of wealth without at least some degree of government cronyism.

And more than a few of those same people are pushing for mandates of misery on the general populace, and are doing worrying things with their wealth, like buying up prime farm land.

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SparkMandrill83 20 points ago +20 / -0

Bezos is the prime example. His Washington Post pushed for lockdowns hard, and lo and behold, Amazon made record profits last year. Doesnt take a genius to see the correlation there.

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current_horror 18 points ago +19 / -1

99.8%.

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realerfunction 8 points ago +8 / -0

all because the fucking chicoms have driven their country into the ground.

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Knowbody 2 points ago +2 / -0

Think back to January 2020 and imagine what life would be like if Covid never happened.

Well, if China didn't release covid, the Democrats wouldn't have been able to cheat with mass mail-in ballots.

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thepalagoon 25 points ago +25 / -0

I see the same things, brother. It sounds like I'm a little younger than you, but I have my wife and we're hoping to start a family soon.

She's from a third world country, but she pulled her ass UP and got her phD and made it to America (without any help from me!) - she's just happy to be here, though. It's still the land of opportunity to her.

To me, I see what you see. I'm scared for me, I'm scared for her, and I'm scared for my future family. I don't trust ANYTHING the government says anymore -- I trust Trump because he's a blowhard but he isn't super good at just lying straight to your face like other politicians (he may get stuff wrong or exaggerate, but... you get my point and let's not make this about him).

That's why we have to fight. I have the belief there are more of us than there are of them. I believe in people - take the time to get outside of the liberal bubbles and you'll start to believe in people again.

I think I might go back to school -- even though I left almost a decade ago because academia is full of liberal idiots -- I'm more tempered now and ready to fight it from inside. Gonna look into getting involved in local politics and volunteering to help children in need (fatherless boys!) too. Anything.

We cannot give up. That's what they want.

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acp_k2win 21 points ago +22 / -1

If you are white (or asian), and have a family, IMMEDIATELY start making preparations to move to a deep red county in a solid red state in an area that is at least 45 minutes or more drive away from major city, the further the better.

Whatever price you have to pay to make that happen just pay it. If the country doesn't fall apart then you will have just greatly improved your quality of life. If it does then the possibilities of what can happen if you are in the wrong area are too horrible to contemplate.

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meowmeow85 [S] 17 points ago +17 / -0

All solid advice. I live in the outskirts of Tampa in the suburban part. Only thing is, the way Texans always talk about Californians invading? We got our own problem with people coming from New York and Jersey. I have often wondered how long this state has.

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M1919A2 9 points ago +9 / -0

2028 was what the big data gurus were showing back in 2018. Texas would fall then too, but with COVID and a bunch of Cali companies moving to Texas it's more likely to fall in 2024.

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MLGS 7 points ago +7 / -0

Make sure that you're equipped to live as self sufficiently as possible too. Buy a gun and learn how to shoot it. Learn how to grow a garden and how to fix a riding mower and what to do when the power goes out.

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xleb2 20 points ago +21 / -1

Hunker down, I think it will get worse from here.

Trust your instincts, protect your family, keep your opinions to yourself in public, stay out of debt, and keep your nose in the air sniffing which way the wind blows. These are dangerous times and you're in the thick of it.

Love your friends and family and neighbors, 'Kitchen table culture' is the best way forward. You can do this.

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Dereliction 18 points ago +19 / -1

It's too late to think this will just blow past if you keep your head down.

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SparkMandrill83 14 points ago +14 / -0

No need to put a target on your back, either. Best course of action is to build realtionships with like-minded people, and there are a lot of us, but do it in relative secret.

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MLGS 12 points ago +12 / -0

If you're already in the trench, you don't need to stick your head out to look around.

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Norenia 15 points ago +15 / -0

Why ARE we here? Two bases in a boxed canyon! We have our base because they have their base, and they have their base because we have our base. In a boxed canyon.

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Gizortnik 14 points ago +14 / -0

I do not accept black pills, I see that as the weak accepting defeat to maintain their sense of cohesion, rather than fueling you for an opportunity to absolutely prove yourself and become the heroic character of legends that haven't been written.

Stop being scared for your wife's future or your daughter's future. You decide their future with your work. Build your castle, build your community, build your family, build your future.

We are fighting incompetence, low-time preference, bio-lenninst, entitled, thieves. We are threatened by the worst of any enemies we could face, and I see no reason back down from the likes of that.

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meowmeow85 [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

I do not accept black pills, I see that as the weak accepting defeat to maintain their sense of cohesion, rather than fueling you for an opportunity to absolutely prove yourself and become the heroic character of legends that haven't been written.

Completely agree brother. I'm not trying to spread blackpills, just have grown tired and vented frustrations in a place where I can.

Stop being scared for your wife's future or your daughter's future. You decide their future with your work. Build your castle, build your community, build your family, build your future.

Easier said than done. Ultimately their souls are left in the hands of the Almighty. But if anyone thinks for one second I will lay down in this fight for their lives, well then they better not miss. Like I said, I fear where they will be without me.

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Gizortnik 7 points ago +7 / -0

It's not easy at all. It's the challenge of a life time. In fact, it's the challenge of your lifetime.

But if anyone thinks for one second I will lay down in this fight for their lives, well then they better not miss.

But see, I think you miss the critical point.

Any idiot can die for cause. It takes real work to live for one. Now that shouldn't be an ideology. It should be building a community that your family and friends will be proud of. That's the real challenge of manhood. Fear, will simply not do.

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Smith1980 13 points ago +13 / -0

Agree. I remember thinking back in 2012 that this stuff was just dumb college kids.

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M1919A2 18 points ago +18 / -0

I remember my wife saying back then of "oh they'll get into the real world and get over it". Then they took over the HR department and it entered the corporate board room.

She does have an interesting take on this though. Much of what is driving reaction from Fortune 500's is that for many decades marketing craved feedback. It is extremely hard to get good feedback. The successful people I've known in marketing over the years were the ones had a head on their shoulders and could determine what was garbage data and what was real data. Or the more realistic answer was always: "I waste half my marketing budget, but I can't figure out which half". Well enter social media and marketing departments suddenly could get all the feedback they could ever desire. Problem is no one stepped back and has asked whether or not what they get from social media is "good data". And the answer increasingly is no, especially from Twitter. It's to the point now that they have to remind their PR people that their policy is not to engage with people, especially if they say something negative. It sounds counter intuitive but if they don't engage complaints usually get buried. If they engage it can get things trending and seen by more people. And the smart people in marketing now are questioning the "feedback" they get from social media sources.

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Steampunk_Moustache 11 points ago +11 / -0

"How did it come to this" is a question that can have you can have you digging and digging, ever deeper into the past, to look for the source of the problem.

Do you want to go back to when you first started really noticing that something bad was happening? It's Obama's fault.

Do you want to go back to when your parents' generation noticed it? It's Al Sharpton and Gloria Steinem!

Do you want to listen to Yuri Bezmenov? It's the irreversible ideological subversion of our institutions, started by the Soviet KGB!

Back further? It's Antonio Gramsci!

Further? The Frankfurt school!

Further? Marx!

Further? The French Revolution and the Paris Commune!

Further? The enlightnment and subsequent erosion of the divine right of kings!

Further? The Roman senate's inability to address damn near the exact same problems, the better part of 2000 years ago!

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Knife-TotingRat 5 points ago +5 / -0

Cult of Wokeism - see: Dwight York

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Steampunk_Moustache 1 point ago +1 / -0

For a moment I thought you were talking about Dwight Yorke, and got incredible confused.

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overtherainbow 11 points ago +12 / -1

I don’t get to say this much, but you seem like maybe you’ll actually read what I’m about to write and you might appreciate thinking about it.

“Conspiracy Theory” - this has never fit quite right with me. The history of the word conspiracy is a small group of people conspiring to do evil. So any of us that believe in “conspiracy theories” must think that there is some super-secret meeting by a small group of people who are deliberately doing evil.

I don’t think this is true. I don’t think there is some group of people that have conspired some evil plan. Maybe there is, but it is irrelevant to me if there actually is.

You see, I think that the real machinations behind “conspiracy theories” are really just a large group of disjoint people doing whatever is best for themselves. I am not sure if this is better or worse for us all.

As an example, in the late 90s and early 2000s when I had my first kids (I’m a bit older than you), I observed most of the parents around me being helicopter parents. It was odd. Lots of different parents, different groups, all acting in very similar ways. Little things all working together. Helmets for anyone riding a bike or scooter, no unattended children at playgrounds, all playgrounds rebuilt for safety, “play groups” instead of hanging out with your friends, anti-bully campaigns pushed hard in schools from kindergarten on. All of it was well-meaning, parents taking care of their kids, some type of backlash from my childhood in the 70s/80s, I’m sure. Cancel culture, I think, can be traced from helicopter parents and anti-bully campaigns.

So, with this different perspective on everything, covid is quite different to me than what everyone else seems to say it is. I do think that China might have deliberately pushed a hoax on us. They at least pushed the over-the-top hysteria. No matter what they did, though, the actual damage to the world, to society and all of our communities, schools, churches, businesses, etc. was done, for the most part, by almost everyone. By almost everyone, I mean 95-99% of everyone. This is the saddest part of all of this to me. When I go in the store over a year later than this covid bullshit started and I still don’t see anyone, besides me, not wearing a mask, then it is clear, that all of my neighbors have actively participated in creating (and destroying) what the world is today.

This perspective can be overwhelming, also. It seems to me that there is no single act or event that will magically make everything better. We are all on a glacier together, moving slowly, steadily towards wherever it is headed. I don’t like where it is headed. I don’t like where it has been headed. But, I don’t have the power to change its course. I can take care of myself and my family. And, I wish you the best in taking care of yours.

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Knife-TotingRat 9 points ago +9 / -0

"Conspiracy" simply means two or more people planning to do a thing. It doesn't even have to be "evil". As in, "Later on, we'll conspire, as we dream, around the fire, to face unafraid the plans that we made, yada yada".

Anything that is done by more than one person with any kind of plan at all, is a "conspiracy". But "conspiracy theory" has come to mean "false idea" in the popular mind, and that's NOT what it means at all.

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meowmeow85 [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

I did read it and thank you for your insight.

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mharmless 3 points ago +3 / -0

I took a trip down south and it was invigorating to simply be in a grocery store and say hello to another human being whos face I could actually see.

I have to get out of this liberal state.

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MLGS 9 points ago +9 / -0

In the past 10 years I don't think I have changed much. But a few months ago I saw a post from a friend of a friend saying "(username) is a fucking fash, i wish he would have died back when he was sick". This hit me for some reason even though I haven't spoken to said person in 5 years. Wasn't even close to begin with. At times I want to go all "SIR" on them. "You guys wanna see a fascist, I'll show you a fucking fascist".

Every single person who posts here experienced the same kind of thing. We all had at least one formerly close friend who went down the road of laughing at Bush jokes -> Obama fan -> Bernie fan -> psychotic communist. The lucky ones among us are the ones who haven't been doxxed or added to the blacklists of Nazi chuds that communists pass around yet.

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cccpneveragain 8 points ago +8 / -0

I get the need to vent for sure. I would say for myself it's frustration more than fear. Sometimes, I want to just throw in the towel and become a good little citizen. I don't, because well for one, as part of the process I'd essentially be giving up the will to live. It's like the Anakin becomes Vader thing, for me to become an obedient sheep, who I am now must be destroyed.

So, I do as I've always done and push forward. The sad part right now is the walls are closing in. Last year was easier, I never really had any leftist friends and only limited family, so it wasn't much to lose. This year, I watch as all the semi-conservatives quietly fall in line. They may not fully accept all of it, but they take the easy route. I'm pretty sure this year is where I'm going to have to figure out exactly where I draw the line in the sand, knowing that if I stay on my side I'm giving up at leave some friend/family relationships survived the year of nothing fear. I'd almost rather just rip the entire band-aid off at once and disappear, but that's not something that comes from a position of sanity.

In the end, I just keep trying to be tough and not let them beat me down with their psychological warfare.

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DexterM1776 8 points ago +8 / -0

You are NOT alone.

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barwhack 7 points ago +7 / -0

Family drives us, it's certain.

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Galean 7 points ago +7 / -0

I am in a similar position as you. My oldest is going to start school soon and I am scared, I truly am. We are in a point in time that I fear being white and as luck would have it all my kids are white, blond with blue/grey/green eyes.

They are going to be taught that they are evil by being white, that if they have anxiety they are trans, that being trans is something to be celebrated.

I am a bit drunk at the moment but I would not mind another world war, something to put out priorities straight.

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mharmless 5 points ago +5 / -0

Education is even worse than you think, I guarantee it personally.

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Knowbody 4 points ago +4 / -0

When gamergate first started I didn't give a shit. Like "who fucking cares about some girl getting her ass censored?", I said freshly out of college (well plus a year moving back in with my parent from the collapse and Obama). Little did I know how slowly it starts.

First they came for the X, and I didn't speak up about it because I wasn't an X

Then they came for the Y, and I didn't speak up about it because I wasn't an Y

You know the drill.

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ZodShael 4 points ago +4 / -0

Just remember that you're not alone. There's at least 70+ million people in America alone that agree with you. I would go so far as saying the majority of the world agrees with you, but the commies own all the propaganda machines, and the banks, and all the government.

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glow-operator-2-0 4 points ago +4 / -0

Did Bismark win the kulturkampf?

If he did it, certainly we can too 🤔

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bobrobinson 3 points ago +3 / -0

just to suffer?

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Tourgen -23 points ago +3 / -26

No where in your rambling screed and self-absorbed blog post did I see a single coherent theory to explain why we are here.

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Tourgen -23 points ago +2 / -25

P.S. I actually have a theory. You know what a theory is, right? You were taught the scientific method, I presume, since you are throwing the word around? I'm curious to hear what a 35 year old NPC has rattling around in their head that resemebles a theory.

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meowmeow85 [S] 13 points ago +14 / -1

You want a theory? Ok I got one. The horsemen are ready and a lot of us see it. No it's not scientific and I don't care. Nobody knows the day or the hour, could be tomorrow, could be in 100 years. With the rapid increase in speed and technology, why wouldn't the apocalypse be near? We all need Christ because things will get worse before they are better. And back in 2012 this was all about anime tiddies or at least it was sold to me as such. There's my dissertation.

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BandageBandolier 5 points ago +6 / -1

There's something funny about how you also forgot to offer your actual theory after all that reeee.