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AntonioOfVenice [S] 39 points ago +40 / -1

No, no, they're not groomers.

But if you say that groomers should be beaten up, that's inciting violence against "trans people".

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FuckGenderPolitics 35 points ago +35 / -0

So they're admitting that troons groom children. Inciting violence against troons is a good thing because violently resisting evil is always good.

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almond_activator 25 points ago +25 / -0

Violent resistance against aggressive force is always morally permissible.

The key question to answer: When is it a moral imperative?

For many people, though, the answer is: "In defense of my children."

They could have taken the win and walked away without needing to hide in the shadows for fear of being institutionalized. Instead, they have attempted to make child rape an unassailable institution.

A settling of accounts is inevitable.

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playdomjothuman 8 points ago +8 / -0

For many people, though, the answer is: "In defense of my children."

Well, they say it is anyways.

I'm a firm believer in the concept that only action demonstrates real principles. Not talking, not Tweeting, not memeing, not speaking out in public, not signing petitions, not making YouTube videos, none of that. Loud displays of broadcasting how mad you are mean precisely jack shit. You demonstrate what you truly believe by what you're actually willing to do.

It's one of the reasons why I don't take the Right very seriously on abortion. They say they really truly believe it's murder. Ok. Well if you were walking down the street and looked into a window and saw an adult poised over an infant with an axe in his or her hand ready to murder the infant, how many on the Right would charge in with their concealed pistol and shoot, feeling totally justified in doing so? How much backlash would they receive from others on the Right if they did so? And yet, despite saying that they believe abortion is absolutely identical to that scenario morally, how many have responded the same with abortion clinics? None in the last several decades. You have to go back to the 90s to find examples of people actually using lethal force against abortionists to stop their in-progress murders of infants. Now all the Right does is complain and get mad online about it, but their actions don't demonstrate that they really believe it deep down. Or, they don't believe it as much as they want to keep their own heads down and keep living their comfortable free middle class lives. Getting mad online feels almost as good as actually fighting back, and carries none of the risks, so the Right chooses to get mad online instead of actually fighting.

It's the same with using force to defend their children from sexual abuse. Gary Plauche put his money where his mouth is. He didn't just write a letter to the editor of get on a talk show to rant about how mad he is about the injustice. He actually acted. The modern Right doesn't really act. We get mad and make big displays of how mad we are at school board meetings or on Facebook videos, but the real depth of commitment isn't there. That real visceral "oh my god my child is being abused!" gut instinct animal reaction to defend their young with teeth and claws isn't really being activated. They don't really mean it, at least not enough to do anything about it. Just seeming to be mad enough to get the catharsis one feels from expressing anger safely in a meeting room or behind a screen is enough.

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LibertyPrimeWasRight 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think you’re absolutely correct in a lot of ways. The two defenses I will give to the right, however, are this:

  1. perceived social power. The right believes (correctly, I think, in most cases), that any act such as you are describing against an abortion clinic would be ultimately futile, and wielded as a potent propaganda weapon. If you stop a baby from being axe murdered, you’re a hero. If you stop a baby from getting aborted, your life is over, the woman simply goes to another clinic, and your act becomes a cudgel for your enemies. Thus, action will only occur in direct defense of one’s own family, and/or if a large-scale movement backing such action exists.

The right’s simultaneous hope hope/fear is that things will get bad enough that a blatant time for uprising comes... whether that is a rationalization or a truth remains to be seen.

  1. A belief that most leftists aren’t evil. The right views abortion as murder. But they/we don’t view the average woman getting an abortion, the average abortion activist, as seeing it that way. It is easy to resolve to kill the axe murderer. It is much harder to resolve to kill the person pushing the button that kills someone, when they don’t even know that that’s what the button does and bear no malice in pushing it. Especially if you believe—as the right does—that they are pushing the button due to overwhelming and universal propaganda saying “press it!”
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current_horror 26 points ago +27 / -1

“I oppose globalism and central banking”

“Cool it with the anti-Semitism”

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MagnumRabbits 22 points ago +22 / -0

"We aren't child groomers! That term doesn't describe us!"

"Good then you won't mind when I say that child groomers will get fucked up if they try to sexualize my child, since you aren't a child groomer"

"Omfg why do you want to kill trannys?!"

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You_Are_Based 13 points ago +13 / -0

Imagine thinking it's a win to retort to complaints about pedos and groomers by saying it 's tranSpHoBiC lmao. They are right that it is not a friendly sentiment from the perspective of a "trans" man or woman... but that's not a win.

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yuru_yuri_is_okay 6 points ago +6 / -0

It's always shut people up in the past, and it's their only trick. Gonna beat that dead horse till the bitter end

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Unknownsailor 12 points ago +13 / -1

"they are literally calling for violence against trans people"

Damned right we are. Its time those freaks were reminded of their place in the social pecking order.

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FuckGenderPolitics 8 points ago +9 / -1

You mean remind them of their place. Which is in a mass grave.

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TentElephant 10 points ago +10 / -0

Yes

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GeneralBoobs 8 points ago +8 / -0

Well, until the faggot at the end, (and of course, Candice Doxxer), I was with this video. Groomers are the problem and tranny groomers are the worst.

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Kweebecker 4 points ago +4 / -0

Honesty through taking offense:

"You can't make a law to stop the harming of children, that's mean to trans people!"

"You can't invent a violent and irrational ugly monster species in your fiction, that's mean to black people!"

"You can't oppose violent lockdowns and/or the incoming police state, that's hostile to the Left wing parties of the world!"

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realerfunction 4 points ago +4 / -0

people?

and yes, i am. at this point, the only way out is ovens.

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TakenusernameA 2 points ago +2 / -0

There is no way to oven them all in such a short amount of time.

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alucard13mmfmj 4 points ago +5 / -1

Prison convicts beat up or kill pedos.. seems like prison convivts are more human than a lefty.

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TakenusernameA 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yes, I am.

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freespeechsquid 3 points ago +3 / -0

Nice trick, conflating the 'everyone homosexual should be charged with a crime and executed' with the people saying 'people who push sexual knowledge on kindergarten kids normally would, and should, be beaten up'.

And by 'nice' I mean 'tired, intellectually bankrupt and dishonest as fuck'. Because when you're a victim you don't have to take responsibility for your actions.