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@moltoelegante has been timed out until late June.  Let me take this opportunity to remind you that racist slurs are not going to be tolerated, even in CE.  Thanks,

 

Fok.

 

Since when is a foreign currency a racial slur !? I mentioned that currency because it is currently the weakest currency in the world.

 

Anyway, nice to be back.

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Those damn Krugerrands!
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The answer is called socialism. Socialist politicians have a serious white man complex.

Survival is racist.
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

You seem to think we share a culture and that some of us aren't fighting for it, what culture is it exactly?
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I wonder if there's any connection between the dechristianization of Europe, particularly in the post-war era, and their unwillingness to fight this invasion and threat of radical Islam.
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im pretty sure there is, 2 generations with no recollection of any war also played a part im sure
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The answer is called socialism. Socialist politicians have a serious white man complex.

I can't speak for anyone else, but Christianity is part of how I would define American culture. I am not a practicing Christian. I was raised Catholic and even though I don't go to church or practice in any meaningful way, I can't say I regret being raised that way. Christianity has its pitfalls but we know what the alternatives look whether it's another major religion like Islam, or a post-Christian enlightened era where traditional values are seen as barriers to "progress." Given those two options, I'll stick with being surrounded by Jesus freaks.

There is probably something to be said for market economies/societies and their connection to western countries that were predominantly Christian.
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I can't speak for anyone else, but Christianity is part of how I would define American culture. I am not a practicing Christian. I was raised Catholic and even though I don't go to church or practice in any meaningful way, I can't say I regret being raised that way. Christianity has its pitfalls but we know what the alternatives look whether it's another major religion like Islam, or a post-Christian enlightened era where traditional values are seen as barriers to "progress." Given those two options, I'll stick with being surrounded by Jesus freaks.

There is probably something to be said for market economies/societies and their connection to western countries that were predominantly Christian.

Christianity is how I would describe the various Latin American countries, not the US. The US outside the bible belt? Not so much
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I can't speak for anyone else, but Christianity is part of how I would define American culture. I am not a practicing Christian. I was raised Catholic and even though I don't go to church or practice in any meaningful way, I can't say I regret being raised that way. Christianity has its pitfalls but we know what the alternatives look whether it's another major religion like Islam, or a post-Christian enlightened era where traditional values are seen as barriers to "progress." Given those two options, I'll stick with being surrounded by Jesus freaks.

There is probably something to be said for market economies/societies and their connection to western countries that were predominantly Christian.


There's growing number of secular people/classic liberals who are not cucked in the same manner as far-left progressives you are sometimes too eager to associate with.
Try youtubers like Sargon of Akkad, Gad Saad, Dave Rubin, Atheism-is-Unstoppable, Chris Ray Gun, Kraut and Tea, Voltaire's Ghost, Armoured Skeptic, Thunderf00t, Dave Rubin - all very harsh on identity politics/marxism on the far left, feminism, islam. They see past progressive bullshit and often point out race baiting/racism in BLM etc etc Combined they have following in hundred thousands subscribers

Large part "post-Christian enlightened era" is far from being cucked, ifound them because in most cases i tend to agree with them especially on this pathetic softness and lack of standing up for liberal values among liberals.

so there is hope
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There's growing number of secular people/classic liberals who are not cucked in the same manner as far-left progressives you are sometimes too eager to associate with.
Try youtubers like Sargon of Akkad, Gad Saad, Dave Rubin, Atheism-is-Unstoppable, Chris Ray Gun, Kraut and Tea, Voltaire's Ghost, Armoured Skeptic, Thunderf00t, Dave Rubin - all very harsh on identity politics/marxism on the far left, feminism, islam. They see past progressive bullshit and often point out race baiting/racism in BLM etc etc
Large part "post-Christian enlightened era" is far from being cucked
so there is hope

I'll take a look, but my concern is who's in government, not who has a online presence. A considerable chunk of the left sees "right wing" Christianity as a bigger threat than Islam. People in government have openly voiced that opinion. Not only is it ridiculous on its face, but they're equating flying planes into towers and killing 3,000 innocent people with someone who, for example, might have vowed to defend his 2nd Amendment rights if the government breaks his door down. We cannot draw a moral equivalency between detonating a suicide vest in a coffee shop and the Bundy Ranch fiasco.
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Christianity is how I would describe the various Latin American countries, not the US. The US outside the bible belt? Not so much

Things have changed, that's for sure.
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Originally Posted by wojt View Post

There's growing number of secular people/classic liberals who are not cucked in the same manner as far-left progressives you are sometimes too eager to associate with.
Try youtubers like Sargon of Akkad, Gad Saad, Dave Rubin, Atheism-is-Unstoppable, Chris Ray Gun, Kraut and Tea, Voltaire's Ghost, Armoured Skeptic, Thunderf00t, Dave Rubin - all very harsh on identity politics/marxism on the far left, feminism, islam. They see past progressive bullshit and often point out race baiting/racism in BLM etc etc Combined they have following in hundred thousands subscribers

Large part "post-Christian enlightened era" is far from being cucked, ifound them because in most cases i tend to agree with them especially on this pathetic softness and lack of standing up for liberal values among liberals.

so there is hope

My god, you're a red-piller? I'm sorry for anyone having to go through your logorrhea of (sexual) defeat in real life.

ps: cultural Marxism doesn't exist, if you want I can recommend some traditional conservative or right wing authors who aren't complete morons like the people you have just listed.
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ps: cultural Marxism doesn't exist

That is a difficult statement to defend in 2016 without some serious semantic gymnastics.

For at least 50 years cultural marxism has been understood to mean the subordination of individual political rights to class/gender/racial goals.

Just taking this within the narrow slice of speech on campus, there is a very vocal movement that sees political advocacy as a zero-sum game between oppressed and oppressor groups, why they use to justify shouting down opposing viewpoints.

If you want to label that behavior as cultural Maoism, I'll concede the point. Otherwise..
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My god, you're a red-piller? I'm sorry for anyone having to go through your logorrhea of (sexual) defeat in real life.

ps: cultural Marxism doesn't exist, if you want I can recommend some traditional conservative or right wing authors who aren't complete morons like the people you have just listed.

Majority of these guys are classical liberals, and fall more on the left than right, all are anti-feminist, all are anti-SJW that's basically where I fall as well. None of them are conservatives.

I don't see how listing these people made me a red-piller, none of these guys really cover this topic. Anyway since you've touched the subject i'd like to point redpillers range from MGTOW to PUA so coming up stuff like 'sexual defeat' you're pretty much showing you're ignorant of who is a red piller and who is not.
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Red-piller? Have not heard that term. Something to do with track and field?
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Red-piller? Have not heard that term. Something to do with track and field?

loosely used to term to define someone who is aware of male/female differences between man and women sexuality and mate selection, in most cases based or loosely based on evolutionary psychology, social sciencies like sociology etc- name is from movie matrix when you realize when the world is not what it seems but something different; for example that women don't like you for you but because you exhibit certain character traits that evolutionary majority of women find attractive in a mate etc etc

branches out into you have 3 main groups;

MGTOW - men going their own way, they feel the system is stacked against men(marriage.alimony etc) they don't want to compete for what they see as bad deal and basically strive to live without women/marriage and pursue their personal goals instead.

PUA - pick up artists, use skill and evo-psych knowledge to have lots of casual sex and find highest value(hotttest) woman they can get for a relationship if they plan to settle

MRAs - advocates of men rights, partly reactionary movement to feminism, strive to advocate for mens rights in fields where they feel they are lacking(for example rights to take care of children after divorce in many countries). They often suggest that system became too gynocentric because of feminism and men have it harder now and have very little incentive to marry, be a breadwinner etc. They often suggest old system brought more stability to family and incentivised men more to earn more and take care of kids.

i could have botched some details but thats the genral gist of it
Edited by wojt - 6/22/16 at 5:04pm
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There is some insightful stuff in that sphere, but they spill a lot of ink telling kids essentially "don't be a pussy."
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Catholics are not Christians, they worship the Pope. Garbage people following a socialist.
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Hoping for a "Leave" vote in the Brexit referendum today, but not optimistic. I think the Stay vote will win by a narrow margin.

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